House Panel Favors Most Federal Anticrime Projects

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Federal spending on Department of Justice anticrime programs is holding its own in the appropriations process this year, despite some concern among criminal justice watchers that it would drop after Republicans took control of the White House and both houses of Congress.

Yesterday, the House Appropriations Committee approved its bill to fund the Justice Department in the year beginning October 1. For the most part, key crime items . . .

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