In. Gives Cheap Gas Masks To 2nd-Tier Responders

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Thousands of substandard gas masks that Indiana bought after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks will be provided to workers who face lesser risks in emergencies than first responders, reports the Associated Press. Local officials question why the state used $650,000 in federal money to buy 16,000 masks that are considered inadequate for first-line protection
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