Some States Resist Move to 'Code Orange'

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The Homeland Security Department expects the nation to remain at Code Orange or high alert for at least a few more days, and most states have adopted the federal color-coded warning system. But at least four states remain at lower alert levels — including a state cited as an example for others. NPR's Howard Berkes reports.

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