Ky.’s Rogers Touts Antiterror Units In His State

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Reflecting his belief that rural areas need homeland security protection, U.S. Rep. Hal Rogers has announced the creation of two anti-terrorism centers in his home state of Kentucky with $4 million for university research, the Louisville Courier-Journal reports. The National Institute for Hometown Security, based at the Center for Rural Development in Somerset, will focus
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