Antiterror Aid Unspent Or Going To Dubious Uses

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Two years after Congress approved $324 million to help gird the Washington, D.C., area against terrorism, much of the money is unspent or is funding projects with questionable connections to homeland security, says the Washington Post. In the aftermath of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks lawmakers gave out money quickly, with vague guidelines. Cash-strapped local
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