Report: Many states still fall short in emergency preparedness

HealthDay/Washington Post, December 19, 2007

A new report compiled by the Trust for America's Health says that while many states have made progress in preparing for a potential public health disaster, much more needs to be done. In addition, representatives from the nonpartisan advocacy group say that cuts in federal funding for state and local preparedness programs "threaten the nation's safety."


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