Republican U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger, of Charlotte, N.C., is vice chairman of a congressional task force created to investigate terrorism financing worldwide. The task force on Tuesday released a lengthy report, calling on Congress and the incoming Trump administration to develop a unified strategy aimed at curbing revenue streams used by terrorist organizations.
Republican U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger, of Charlotte, N.C., is vice chairman of a congressional task force created to investigate terrorism financing worldwide. The task force on Tuesday released a lengthy report, calling on Congress and the incoming Trump administration to develop a unified strategy aimed at curbing revenue streams used by terrorist organizations. Michael Probst AP File
Republican U.S. Rep. Robert Pittenger, of Charlotte, N.C., is vice chairman of a congressional task force created to investigate terrorism financing worldwide. The task force on Tuesday released a lengthy report, calling on Congress and the incoming Trump administration to develop a unified strategy aimed at curbing revenue streams used by terrorist organizations. Michael Probst AP File

NC’s Rep. Pittenger leads call for broader U.S. anti-terrorism financing strategy

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