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The government is prepared to quickly move drugs and medical supplies in the event of a terrorist attack, but it will be up to the states to get those supplies to the people who need them—and many aren’t yet up to the task, according to health officials.
The General Accounting Office has decided not to challenge a judge’s decision to dismiss the watchdog agency’s lawsuit against Vice President Dick Cheney's energy task force.
Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said on Friday that federal agencies will take “specific protective measures” to comply with an elevated terrorist threat level.
The devil is in the details of the administration’s plan for senior executive pay reform.