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CQ Roll Call Survey: Congressional Staff Feel Safe on the Hill

December 17, 2015, Roll Call

Holly Fechner is quoted in a Roll Call article discussing a recent congressional staff survey measuring how safe people feel at the Capitol in light of the Paris and San Bernardino terrorist attacks. According to Fechner, better security and planning after the 9/11 and anthrax attacks have made the Capitol less open. “People today would find it incredible how free people were to move around the Capitol complex.”

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