Antigang Funding Restored By U.S. House Panel

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A House appropriations subcommittee has restored more than $100 million in funds for gang prevention programs nationwide and added $18 million to pay for additional federal agents and to launch a National Gang Intelligence Center, the Washington Post reports. The White House had targeted nearly $60 million in Juvenile Accountability Block Grants for elimination. panel
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