Democratic Convention Means High Security in Boston

Security will be tight at next month's Democratic National Convention. Congress has set aside $25 million for security at the convention and last week, the Senate voted to add $25 million more. But in addition to enhancing safety, the measures will cause inconveniences for people living and working in Boston. Monica Brady-Myerov reports.

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