Homeland Security Aid Goes To Lock a Wa. City Hall

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U.S. homeland security money has found its way into the coffers of cities throughout King County, Wa., targeted for everything from new locks on a city hall to a bomb-handling robot to waterproof digital cameras, says the Seattle Times. Some have raised questions about whether the dollars are going where they are most needed. The
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