Battleground State Woe: Candidate Security Costs

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Michigan’s cities have paid an estimated $250,000 so far, mostly in police overtime, for protecting presidential candidates or their emissaries during their campaign stops in the state, reports the Detroit News. The trips have cost Michigan communities more than a quarter of a million dollars in the past year, and the cost will rise during
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