Feds Give Cities $675 Million In Antiterror Aid

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The Bush administration is handing out $675 million more to help metropolitan areas prepare for terrorist attacks. Several New York lawmakers promptly called their share inadequate. The New York Times says the money is part of a $725 million aid package that Congress approved to help places considered most vulnerable to attack. The pot for
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