http://www.youthtoday.org/youthtoday/nose.html The Bush administration has cut off most federal funding from a coalition that for more than 20 years has represented state governments on juvenile delinquency policy in Washington. The monthly Youth Today reports that the Justice Department decided it was inappropriate for an agency to give nearly $670,000 per year to a group that was advising it. To avoid the supposed conflict, the Justice Department is asking governors to name representatives to a new advisory panel that would assume the functions . . .
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