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AZ Department of Public Safety welcoming new recruits

TUCSON- In the next few months the Arizona Department of Public Safety will welcome some new recruits, thanks to easing budget constraints. The money freed up from positions that were left vacant starting back in 2008. Full story

Greenfield wants new safety complex

The Greenfield Public Safety Commission is meeting Wednesday night to discuss proposals for a new public safety facility. Full story

Ore. Legislature OKs bill to help timber counties

The Oregon Legislature on Monday passed a bill to allow struggling timber counties to use measures other than voter-approved property taxes to pay for public safety. Full story

Were Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s Miranda rights read too soon?

   NBC News Counterterrorism expert Michael Leiter reports on the latest in the Boston bomber investigation and the qualms expressed by some that the suspect’s Miranda rights were read too soon.

Should the Boston bombing suspect be read his Miranda Rights?

   Anthony Romero, the Executive Director of the ACLU, joins The Daily Rundown's Chuck Todd to talk about the issues surrounding not giving the Boston bombing suspect his Miranda Rights before he gets questioned by a special interrogation team.

What’s next in legal aspects of Boston bombing case

   Former federal prosecutor Kendall Coffey talks about how the Boston bombing suspect’s Miranda rights were waived and what is next in the case’s legal proceedings.

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  Expert: FBI has strong case against bombers

Even if suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev does not speak to investigators before being read his Miranda rights, the FBI still has a strong case. TODAY’s Matt Lauer interviews NBC news national security analyst Michael Leiter.

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