AUSTIN, Texas — Seeing heightened security around the Texas State Capitol ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration has been a common sight for the last several weeks.
The same goes for the U.S. Capitol, as the mob that stormed the building is fresh in the minds of security officials.
"And I think that's probably a wake-up call for other establishments, federal, state establishments, that what happened on Jan. 6 could possibly happen other places. So, it certainly has put the security professionals on high alert," said Brian Lynch, the executive director of safety and security at the Risk Assistance Network + Exchange (RANE).
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