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Eye on Security (Homeland Security Funding) #841952

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 20, 2006
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Map shown of the spending by the Department of Homeland Security per capita by state.

(Bozeman, Montana: Armen Keteyian) How security tax dollars are being spent in Montana featured; scenes shown of life in the streets of Bozeman, doomsday drills & 400,000 dollar haz/mat trailers. [Firefighter Capt. Jason SHRAUGER†- talks about training to respond to a terrorist attack.] [9/11 commission chairman Tom KEAN - calls it "craziness"; says the priority of money should go to the greatest threat.] [Montana disaster & emergency services Dan McGOWAN†, fire Chief Chuck WINN†- say you cannot predict where the next {terrorism} strike will be.]

Couric, Katie;
Keteyian, Armen

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