Cities Say They Get Little Homeland Security Aid

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Most U.S. cities have received little or none of the money the federal government has allocated for handling potential terrorism because states are ill-equipped to pass it on to the cities, a survey of mayors has found. The Baltimore Sun says a report by the U.S. Conference of Mayors found that more than three-fourths of
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