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Weekly Security Digest - March 15, 2020

Trump declares national emergency to combat coronavirus, authorizes waiving of laws and regulations

President Donald Trump on Friday announced a new series of measures to combat the coronavirus and treat those who are affected.

Feds arrest over 600 alleged Mexican cartel members

The Department of Justice (DOJ) and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced Wednesday that more than 600 arrests have been made as a result of an interagency operation cracking down on Mexican cartel activity.

U.S. Supreme Court Allows 'Remain In Mexico' Program To Continue

President Trump ordered a Chinese company to sell its ownership of StayNTouch Inc., saying its 2018 purchase of the hotel property management software firm poses a national security risk.

China, pushing conspiracy theory, accuses US Army of bringing coronavirus to Wuhan

A spokesman for the Chinese government on Thursday promoted a conspiracy theory that the coronavirus was brought to the city of Wuhan by the U.S. military.

U.S. to Ban Travel From Europe for 30 Days Due to Coronavirus

President Trump announced a 30-day ban on some travel from Europe into the U.S. and said he would act to offer financial assistance to those affected by the coronavirus pandemic rapidly spreading across the country and around the world.


Thank you to Leslie Burrell for submitting Russell Poff to be featured as Secure America Now's Veteran of the Week!

"He was a WW2 vet and served in England and the United States as an MP of German prisoners. He had 2 other brothers that served at the same time. One did not come back. He served 3 years and injured his knee, which is still messed up but he walks on it every day at 96 years old"

Thank you, Russell, for your service!

To submit your own veteran to be featured: https://www.secureamericanow.org/submit_a_veteran