The Associated Press reports:
The Capitol Police are stepping up security at Washington-area transportation hubs and taking other steps to safeguard traveling lawmakers as Congress continues to react to this month’s deadly assault on the Capitol.
Capitol Police will be stationed at area airports and Washington’s Union Station railway hub on busy travel days, the House’s chief law enforcement officer wrote in an email obtained Friday by The Associated Press.
Timothy P. Blodgett, the acting sergeant at arms, wrote that officials were setting up an online portal so lawmakers can notify them of travel plans and urged legislators to report threats and suspicious activity.
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The Capitol Police are boosting security at Washington-area transportation hubs and taking other steps to fortify travel security for lawmakers in response to the fallout from the Capitol riots. https://t.co/sODdMTo9Yl
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The moves come as Congress continues to react to this month’s deadly assault on the Capitol. https://t.co/0jKFfIt35C
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