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The state paid a Philadelphia-based nonprofit $125,000 to compile the list as part of the state Homeland Security's federally mandated mission to protect public infrastructure. The list included a Washington County meeting that Rendell attended to discuss Marcellus shale gas drilling, a screening of a documentary on the industry, a rally supporting Rendell's education budget and anti-tax protesters who took an inflatable pig to Harrisburg.
The state will not renew its one-year contract with the Institute of Terrorism Research and Response when it expires in October, Rendell said.
Originally posted by maybereal11
reply to post by logicalthinking
Infowars is an unreliable source.
Institute of Terrorism Research and Response the folks that included the guy with the giant inflatable pig in the potential terrorist threat list..
edit on 15-9-2010 by maybereal11 because: content