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Adding Security Along Marathons Would Be Herculean Task

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Marathons are among the most open sporting events. Crowds can press right up against the route as runners wind there way through city streets. But two explosions at the Boston Marathon have raised questions about whether that openness can last.

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