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Mass. Governor Criticizes Flow of Terror Information

The Republican governor of Massachusetts expressed frustration Monday with the way the federal government tells states about possible terrorism threats. During a speech at a conference on domestic security preparedness, Gov. Mitt Romney described how rumors and a lack of coordination appear to hamper the flow of essential information from Washington to local governments across America. Romney’s criticisms came with a week left in a presidential campaign that has focused heavily on the war in Iraq and domestic security issues. President Bush, a Republican, has made his leadership in the war on terror central to his reelection campaign. Full Story

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