How Can the Federal Government Better Assist State and Local government's in Preparing for a Biological, Chemical, or Nuclear Attack?

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The House Committee on Government Reform conducted an investigation into the preparedness of state and local government's to handle a biological, chemical, or nuclear terrorist attack. The committee held 11 oversight hearings to explore this capability. The committee found that state and local government's lack communication, health, and information infrastructure required to adequately response to these attacks.
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