Congress Still Has No Plan for Terror Attacks

Thirteen years after Sept. 11, lawmakers haven't bothered to ensure continuity of government.
The Sept. 11 attacks didn't make Congress less complacent about the line of succession.

Norm Ornstein reminds us again that 13 years after the Sept. 11 attacks, Congress still hasn’t bothered to undertake basic planning for continuity of government to respond to a horrific terrorist attack or anything else that suddenly incapacitates any or all branches of the U.S. government.

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