HR.48 - No Fly For Foreign Fighters Act

[congressional bills 114th congress]
[from the u.s. government printing office]
[h.r. 48 introduced in house (ih)]

114th congress
  1st session
                                 h. r. 48

  to require a review of the completeness of the terrorist screening 
 database (tsdb) maintained by the federal bureau of investigation and 
   the derivative terrorist watchlist utilized by the transportation 
            security administration, and for other purposes.


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                    in the house of representatives

                            january 6, 2015

 ms. jackson lee introduced the following bill; which was referred to 
                     the committee on the judiciary

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                                 a bill


 
  to require a review of the completeness of the terrorist screening 
 database (tsdb) maintained by the federal bureau of investigation and 
   the derivative terrorist watchlist utilized by the transportation 
            security administration, and for other purposes.

    be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the 
united states of america in congress assembled,

section 1. short title.

    this act may be cited as the ``no fly for foreign fighters act''.

sec. 2. review of the completeness of the terrorist screening database 
              (tsdb) maintained by the federal bureau of investigation 
              and the derivative terrorist watchlist utilized by the 
              transportation security administration.

    (a) in general.--not later than 90 days after the date of the 
enactment of this act, the attorney general, acting through the 
director of the terrorist screening center, shall complete a review, in 
coordination with appropriate representatives from the department of 
homeland security and all other relevant federal agencies, of the 
completeness of the terrorist screening database (tsdb) and the 
terrorist watchlist utilized by the administrator of the transportation 
security administration to determine if an individual who may seek to 
board a united states-bound flight or a domestic flight and who poses a 
threat to aviation or national security or a threat of terrorism and 
who is known or suspected of being a member of a foreign terrorist 
organization is included in such database and on such watchlist.
    (b) report.--not later than ten days after the completion of the 
review under subsection (a), the director of the terrorist screening 
center shall submit to the committee on homeland security of the house 
of representatives and the committee on homeland security and 
governmental affairs of the senate a report on the findings of such 
review.
                                 
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