Cities Resist Trump Plan to Cut Anti-Terror Grants

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The proposed White House budget would cut cash for the program from $605 million to nearly $449 million for the fiscal year beginning Oct. 1 and require cities such as New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas to pay 25 percent of the grants. Cities successfully denied attempts by Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama to cut the same grants . . .

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