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Bush signs port security, Internet bill

President Bush signed a bill Friday to help prevent terrorists from sneaking a nuclear, chemical or germ weapon into the United States inside one of the 11 million shipping containers that enter the nation each year — many without inspection. “We’re going to protect our ports. We’re going to defend this homeland, and we’re going to win this war on terror,” Bush said. He noted that the SAFE Port Act authorizes the development of high-tech inspection equipment so customs agents can check cargo containers for dangerous materials without having to open them. It requires radiation-detection technology at 22 of the nation’s busiest ports by the end of next year. Full Story

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