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Homeland Security Part III
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Homeland Security Part III

Homeland Security Part III

Homeland Security Part III
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In the last of three reports on how local, state and federal governments are dealing with post-Sept. 11 security, Joshua Levs focuses on how local officials in Florida are looking to New York City as an example of how to deal with disaster. Florida has many potential targets — but it also has one of the nation's more ambitious homeland defense programs. (8:22). See the expanded coverage on our Web site.

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