Published in Physician Law Weekly, June 30th, 2004
Pitt officials and U.S. Representative John Murtha, D-Pa., hope the National Center of Excellence for First Responder Technologies, announced June 7, 2004, will tap into the projected $98 billion that the Council on Foreign Relations estimates the nation must spend to prepare for potential attacks. That doesn't count millions more that local first responders will spend on communications equipment and other devices so they can join any national response to...
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