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Bill Ties Anti-Terror Funds to Danger

The House approved a measure Thursday that would steer more anti-terrorism money to communities experts said faced the greatest attack risks, a change sparked by complaints from large states — including California — that the current system short changed them. The measure, approved by a 409-10 vote, calls for distributing funds — an estimated $2 billion next year — to firefighters, police and other first responders based on an evaluation of threats and vulnerabilities. Full Story

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