New 9/11 Study Gives Feds Mixed Grades

October 6, 2008 | City Safe

A new study headed by the chairs of the 9/11 Commission has given the federal government a “D” for its efforts in preventing the spread of weapons and protecting the homeland. The same report awarded a B minus, its highest mark, for government efforts to combat chemical weapons. Prof. Joseph King explains the discrepancy. “I credit that panel — it’s a bipartisan commission — and they have come up with any number of recommendations, most of which the government hasn’t adopted yet.”
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