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Ad Drive Targets Terror Threat

Stepping up efforts to prepare the nation for possible terrorism, the federal government unveiled an advertising campaign Wednesday that urges people to gather emergency supplies, keep gasoline tanks at least half full and develop a plan for contacting family members in case of attack. The public relations effort, called the Ready Campaign, has been in the works for nearly a year. But it came as many Americans were in a state of heightened anxiety from the government’s announcement nearly two weeks ago that the nation was at “high risk” for a terrorist attack. Stores from Washington, D.C., to New York reported runs on duct tape, bottled water and other items last week after the Homeland Security Department divulged a list of emergency supplies that it said should be in every home. Full Story

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