Chicago: Feds Owe $3 Million for Anti-terror Costs

Print More Chicago may have found a solution to the problem of paying for extra security during a terror alert: bill the federal government. The Chicago Sun-Times says the city has asked the U.S. Homeland Security Department to cover the $3 million cost of protecting Chicago during the 31-day orange alert that extended through the Iraq
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