Bush Signs Bioterror Plans; Dems Call It Lacking

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President Bush has signed a classified directive governing how the U.S. should defend itself against biological attacks. Yesterday the administration issued an unclassified version that laid out some responsibilities of federal agencies, reports the Washington Post. Agencies have spent billions of dollars and started new programs to counter bioterrorism since Sept. 11, 2001, but those
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