Airports Won't Get $120 Million of Security Funds

Sanchez, Humberto
August 2002
Bond Buyer;8/14/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31449, p4
Trade Publication
Reports the disapproval of the proposed security funds for the airports in the U.S. Priority of military and homeland protection; Need for airport security.


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