The Chairman of the Joint Committee on Terrorism, Bioterrorism, and Homeland Security says he was looking for specifics from Public Safety officials in how they would handle a large-scale disaster, either natural or manmade. But Representative Jack Jackson says what he got was more of what he’s heard from them for too long … talk, not much action. Jackson says it’s not too late for the Legislature to give Public Safety the resources it might need this year. But he says the officials had better hurry up and tell him their needs before the legislative session runs out.
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