Mock Terrorism Response Shows U.S. Not Ready Congress learns from a mock response to a so-called "dirty bomb" that there are too few labs to perform the necessary tests to determine exposure if an American city is contaminated.
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Mock Terrorism Response Shows U.S. Not Ready

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Mock Terrorism Response Shows U.S. Not Ready

Mock Terrorism Response Shows U.S. Not Ready

Mock Terrorism Response Shows U.S. Not Ready

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Congress learns from a mock response to a so-called "dirty bomb" that there are too few labs to perform the necessary tests to determine exposure if an American city is contaminated. Rep. Brad Miller, a Democrat from North Carolina, discusses the matter with Steve Inskeep.