Critics Urge More Protection for Chemical Plants Congress sends President Bush a nearly $80-billion supplemental spending bill, most of which would pay for the war in Iraq and the fight against terrorism. While $4 billion is provided for domestic security, some critics charge that more needs to be done to protect chemical plants from possible terrorist attacks. Hear NPR's Daniel Zwerdling.
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Critics Urge More Protection for Chemical Plants

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Critics Urge More Protection for Chemical Plants

Critics Urge More Protection for Chemical Plants

Critics Urge More Protection for Chemical Plants

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Congress sends President Bush a nearly $80-billion supplemental spending bill, most of which would pay for the war in Iraq and the fight against terrorism. While $4 billion is provided for domestic security, some critics charge that more needs to be done to protect chemical plants from possible terrorist attacks. Hear NPR's Daniel Zwerdling.