Rail Security Rules Issued; Money Shortage Cited

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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security issued its first anti-terror directive for commuter rail and subway systems yesterday, calling for checks of unattended bags, bombproof trash receptacles, and the use of explosive-sniffing dogs, says the Washington Post. The regulations are to go into effect on Sunday, but operators said they had not been issued copies.
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