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Eye On America (Assessing Threats: Food) Part II #652194

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 06, 2001
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Boone, Iowa: Cynthia Bowers) Concerns that America's food supply may be at risk of an agri-terrorism attack examined. [Iowa farmer Dave PEPPER - says security has become a major concern.] [Michigan State University Edward MATHER - says nobody knows what could happen.] [Majority leader Senator Thomas DASCHLE - says agri-terrorism could be the most devastating of attacks.] [Plant pathologist Mark GLEASON - says many agri-terrorist attempts could easily fail.] [Iowa State University Veterinary College Norman CHEVILLE - says he thinks America is ready for agri-terror threats.] [Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Patty JUDGE - says agri-terrorism could shut down a lot of Iowa's agriculture.]

Bowers, Cynthia;
Rather, Dan

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