Ridge Unveils 'Ready Campaign' to Combat Terrorism

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Tom Ridge, secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, outlines steps he hopes Americans will take to be ready for possible terrorist attacks. At a Cincinnati Red Cross facility, Ridge introduces the national "Ready Campaign." Ann Thompson of member station WVXU reports.



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