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White House, Congress urged to step up efforts to prevent nuclear attack

Government security experts said Tuesday the United States remains too vulnerable to a nuclear or dirty bomb attack and called on Congress and the White House to increase federal efforts aimed at preventing the smuggling of such dangerous materials. “In short, we still do not have a maximum effort against what everybody agrees is the most urgent threat to the American people,” said former New Jersey Republican Gov. Thomas Kean, a co-chairman of the commission that investigated the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Full Story

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