Homeland Security - Part II

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NPR's Daniel Zwerdling has the second of two reports on reducing the risk that chemical plants will be targeted for acts of terrorism. Most of those plants are private, and the companies that own them are resistant to government regulation. The chemical industry blocked a bill by New Jersey Sen. John Corzine that would have required corporate executives to make their chemical plants safer.



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