http://www.stateline.org/story.do?storyId=321483 A coalition of city governments will start an Internet-based homeland security initiative in Kansas City to help emergency workers better respond to terrorism or natural disasters. The computer system, operated by the Mid-American Regional Council (MARC) of governments, will connect more than 100 government agencies across eight counties and two states in the Kansas City metropolitan area, reports Stateline.org. The system, expected to launch early next year, will allow emergency personnel from different cities in Kansas and . . .
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