Indy To Start “Frenzy” Of Anti-Terror Spending

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Indianapolis will receive more than $12 million in federal funds this year for anti-terrorism projects after a near-drought since 2001, says the Indianapolis Star. The money from the federal Department of Homeland Security will mean increased security measures at the City-County Building and enhanced communication among law enforcement agencies. One project will be a terrorism
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