Wyoming Explains Why It Needs U.S. Antiterror Aid

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Two men were stopped by a state trooper in February on Interstate 80 near Cheyenne, Wyo. The men, thought to be white supremacists, had nine pipe bombs in the rented trailer attached to their rented truck. Officials disposed of the bombs using a robot bought with a federal antiterrorism grant. That part of the program
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