Seven months after President Bush asked them to develop homeland defense programs, states have responded in a range of ways. Some have set aside money to begin planning; many others are awaiting further guidance from the federal government, which plans to distribute $3.5 billion in security funding beginning in October. A look at what the states have done toward setting up homeland defense programs with their own money. Full Story
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