U.S. Representative Ron Estes said he has numerous questions about tests planned by Homeland Security on the Kansas/Oklahoma border.
U.S. Representative Ron Estes said he has numerous questions about tests planned by Homeland Security on the Kansas/Oklahoma border. Jaime Green File/The Wichita Eagle
U.S. Representative Ron Estes said he has numerous questions about tests planned by Homeland Security on the Kansas/Oklahoma border. Jaime Green File/The Wichita Eagle

Homeland Security plans inert chemical tests near Kansas border

November 09, 2017 09:28 PM

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