CalWatchdog Morning Read – June 30

by CalWatchdog Staff | June 30, 2016 9:41 am

Good morning! 

The attack in Istanbul on Tuesday that left at least 42 people dead and another 239 injured “exposed the vulnerability of public areas of airports outside screening checkpoints,” writes The San Bernardino County Sun.

“And Southern California airports, gearing up for a potentially record-setting Fourth of July weekend, responded quickly to meet the threat by saturating terminal entrances with uniformed police officers and bomb-sniffing dogs.”

The Sun[1] has more. 

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