Bioterror: U.S. Called “Woefully” Unprepared

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The U.S. remains woefully unprepared to protect the public against terrorists wielding biological agents despite dramatic increases in biodefense spending by the Bush administration and progress on many fronts, the Washington Post reports. Officials are more alarmed than they have signaled publicly. “There’s no area of homeland security in which the administration has made more
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