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More than two years after the terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington, DC, and despite $1.8 appropriated by Congress to revitalize the country’s public health system, some progress has been made, but not nearly enough, according to a report prepared by Trust for America’s Health.

Public health system still is not ready for terrorist attacks