Protecting worshippers

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It's the first public meeting by a newly-formed committee

WASHINGTON (WDVM) — The Acting Homeland Security Secretary traveled to Mississippi to discuss increased security at places of worship that, in light of recent attacks against synagogues, churches, temples, and mosques in the US and around the world.

Jessi Turnure reports it’s the first public meeting by a newly-formed committee geared to prevent targeted violence against faith-based communities.

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