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Pennsylvania / Homeland Security Contract / Rendell Interview #974597

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 15, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The controversy in Pennsylvania about a homeland security contract with the Inst. of Terrorism and Research examined; details given from bulletins about groups targeted: animal rights activists, a gay pride march etc.. [In interview, Governor Ed RENDELL - reacts to the embarrassment; explains what security matters should have been investigated: credible threats to critical infrastructure; explains when he heard about the matter and decided to terminate the contract.] A column by "Philadelphia Inquirer"'s Daniel Rubin about the security issue quoted.
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