First Responders, FBI Gain In D.C. Budget Votes

Print More Key members of Congress gave initial approval yesterday to funding increases for local emergency agencies and the FBI, the Associated Press reports. State and local first responders would get about $4.4 billion, nearly $900 million more than President Bush proposed, from a $28.5 billion measure for the Department of Homeland Security approved by a
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