Fed. Aid To Local Anticrime Plans Get Budget Cut

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More money for antiterrorism projects, less for policing and juvenile-crime prevention. Those priorities were evident in the federal budget request that President Bush sent to Congress this week for the year starting October 1. Counterterrorism and counterintelligence were big winners in the Justice Department budget proposal, with $371 million additional sought for next year. Department
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