GOP Signals Shift in Distribution of Anti-Terrorism Funding

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In a significant shift, leading Republicans in Congress are seeking to overhaul the way the federal government distributes antiterrorism aid, with an eye toward establishing a system that gives more money to New York City and other localities considered at higher risk of terrorist attack, reports the New York Times. The changes being contemplated seek
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