Postal Service Will Seek Funds For Ricin Detection

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Mail bound for federal offices in Washington is shipped daily to New Jersey, where the letters are blasted with electron beams to kill any bacteria that might be inside, the Washington Post reports. The Postal Service started the time-consuming and costly irradiation procedure after the anthrax attacks of 2001. The discovery of ricin in a
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