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Businesses see bonanza in homeland security

The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the United States have created a wave of government spending reminiscent of the space program in the 1960s or the savings and loan bailout of the 1980s. New federal outlays for homeland defense are expected to hit $57.2 billion by next year, and President Bush has made it clear the investment will continue for years to come. In a faltering economy, it`s one of the few things growing. Full Story

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