Ridge Details Homeland Security Improvements

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Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge says he is making changes in the agency that could provide thousands of additional federal air marshals and improve security at the nation's borders. The changes involve reshuffling some of the department's 180,000 employees and working more closely with state and local governments. Hear NPR's Pam Fessler.

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