Senator Christopher Bond wants to see uniformity in the way in which the Capitol Hill anthrax clean-up is handled. He wonders how much confidence the public can have in agencies dealing with anthrax if they don’t have a single standard for cleaning up the mess, based on solid scientific and medical practices. He says the clean-up of Senate office buildings in Washington should set the standard for clean-ups elsewhere. But he says different standards seem to be in use in the two contaminated buildings in Washington. Bond says public hysteria, spread by concerns about contamination, could be worse than the toxic material, itself.