Senate Likely to Save COPS; House Panel Wants U.S. Prison Study

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Repeating a scenario from a year ago, the U.S. Senate seems likely to save the nearly two-decade-old federal Community Oriented Policing Services program (COPS). After the Republican-led House subcommittee that funds the Justice Department last week voted to zero out COPS for the federal spending year that starts October 1, its Democrat-led Senate counterpart voted
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