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A Scramble to Toughen Security Steps, if Possible

The Bush administration’s decision to raise the terror-alert code on Friday to orange from yellow, signifying a higher possibility of attack, sent local officials scrambling to find ways to tighten security in their communities. For many, there was little more to do. In one of the more tangible changes, airport officials were instructed to reduce the number of parking spaces and to resume inspection of vehicles. Yet, with the nation already on edge over the possibility of war with Iraq and terrorist retribution for American military action, many law enforcement agencies said they had been expanding and fine-tuning their security plans every week, if not every day, since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Full Story

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