D.C. Urges Spending $25,000 In Surplus Victim Aid

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Washington, D.C., officials want to use nearly $25 million in an unspent crime victims aid fund to provide a comprehensive network for victims of violent crime, reports the Washington Post. The plan calls for increasing emergency housing, improving counseling, instituting a 24-hour multilingual hotline, and establishing a single office where services can be accessed. The
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