Small States Get Big Share Of U.S. Antiterror Aid

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Alaska is trying to determine how to spend $2 million in federal homeland security aid. The New York Times says the Department of Homeland Security rejected Alaska’s proposal to buy a jet, but indicated it would be “happy to entertain” further proposals for the money. Alaska is flush with domestic security grants, on a per-resident
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