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Clinton Pushes Bush for More Local Security Funding

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Senator Hillary Clinton responded yesterday to a report in the New York Times that said the White House has conceded that the counter terror budget for homeland security is inadequate. Clinton asked in November that $3.5 billion dollars from the Homeland Security bill be reallocated to lower level law enforcement agencies and first responders. So far, she says, no money has funneled down to the local level to pay for things like counter-terrorism equipment and training.

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