Senators Fight Cuts In Federal Anticrime Funding

Nearly half of the U.S. Senate is trying to save a politically popular law-enforcement program from deep Bush administration cuts. At issue are so-called Byrne grants, a $500 million annual program named for a slain New York City policeman. The Sacramento Bee reports that 48 senators from both parties support a continued high level of
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