New York's City Hall Tightens Security After Shooting

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New York City officials vow tougher security at City Hall after Councilman James Davis is shot to death in the council chamber by a political rival Wednesday. Mayor Michael Bloomberg calls the shooting an "attack on democracy" and says all visitors to the building — including council members — will now be required to pass through metal detectors. Hear Beth Fertig of WNYC.



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