Bush Seeks Antiterror Aid Rise, State-Local Cuts

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The White House wants a 10 percent increase in spending for the year-old Department of Homeland Security. The New York Times reports that the proposal drew criticism from Democrats for sharp cuts in grants to state and local law enforcement agencies. The proposed budget for the department, which consolidated 22 federal agencies into a single
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