While national homeland security officials have identified 250 sites across the nation as potentially at higher risk for terrorist activities, Missouri’s Homeland Security Advisor Tim Daniel says there are several places being watched in this state. But Daniel could not go into specifics of where those sites are because he does not want to tip security’s hand as to what’s under tighter scrutiny. Daniel did criticize federal officials for not coming up with adequate money to cover the state’s homeland security needs. He says Missouri needs about $80-Million to $100-Million over the next four years to do the job adequately. The feds have promised only about 20 percent of that.
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