The U.S. House of Representatives approved legislation that would formalize homeland security cooperation with Israel and four other allies. The bill, passed Tuesday night, establishes an office in the Homeland Security Department that would foster legal and research cooperation with Israel, Britain, Australia, Singapore and Canada. The office will be funded at $25 million a year for three years.
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