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Washington Locks Down for Inauguration

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Washington Locks Down for Inauguration

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Washington Locks Down for Inauguration

Washington Locks Down for Inauguration

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About 6,000 law enforcement officials are on duty in Washington, D.C. for the presidential inauguration. So, too, are special canine units, hazardous material teams and sensors to detect possible chemical, biological or radiological weapons.

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