Few Cities Change Security After NY Council Death

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http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2003-07-24-security-usat_x.htm The fatal shooting of a New York City councilman in City Hall by a man he had escorted past metal detectors, had officials around the country rethinking security at government buildings, USA Today says. But early indications were that many cities would not changed procedures. Boston reversed a policy that started Wednesday to allow city workers with a valid picture ID to avoid the metal detectors. Since the start of the Iraq . . .

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