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Public silent on S.C.’s terror response plan

No one attends 2 sessions explaining emergency health rules; last hearing is tonight. The state is airing its plans to respond to a widespread act of terrorism, bioterrorism or pandemic disease — but the public is not paying attention. The new regulations for enacting the 2002 Emergency Health Powers Act give the Department of Health and Environmental Control and other state agents broad powers to act. Full Story

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