To win the long war against terrorism, America must adapt to ever-changing threats. Congress and the Administration must provide continued support for terrorism-fighting tools, increase information sharing and collective security efforts, and expand vital law enforcement partnerships with local and state law enforcement and cooperation with other countries.
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