By Ramsey Cox
The Senate passed a bill Monday that extends the time limit for constructing the National Law Enforcement Museum.
The House passed the measure last month in a 384-0 vote, meaning the bill now heads to President Obama’s desk for his signature.
In 2000, Congress authorized the establishment of a National Law Enforcement Museum to be built in Washington, D.C., and construction has taken longer than originally expected. This bill will allow enough time for the completion of the project.