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Governments reviewing security at buildings

A day after a New York City councilman was shot to death in City Hall by a man he had escorted past metal detectors, officials around the country said Thursday that they were rethinking security procedures at government buildings. From Boston to Denver, officials said Wednesday’s shootout that left two men dead, including Councilman James Davis, could lead to tighter security that requires all officials to pass through metal detectors. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg passed through a metal detector Thursday to enter City Hall. Before Wednesday’s shootings, the mayor and City Council members were allowed to bypass the machines along with their guests. Full Story

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