Radio Plan Formed After 9/11 Needs More State Input, Walden SaysEric Engleman
States need a larger role in forming a U.S. emergency-services radio network authorized by Congress after communication breakdowns among police and firefighters during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, U.S. lawmakers said.
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