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From Capitol Hill to state capitals around the U.S., tensions over ISIS are running high. On Tuesday, governors from several states were briefed by the White House about the screening process for Syrian refugees to allay fears and calls to halt the flow of refugees. NBC’s Peter Alexander reports for TODAY and former Pennsylvania Governor Tom Ridge also weighs in on recent ISIS attacks.