Anti-terror grants rile 9/11 targets

Anti-terror grants rile 9/11 targets

New York and Washington will get less in federal anti-terror money this year, while other areas will see increases in their funding. Under one program, New York still gets the largest grant but it is $83 million down on last year, while the capital’s funding is cut by $31 million. “Somehow this administration thinks that Georgia peanut farmers are more at risk than the Empire State Building,” said N.Y. Sen. Charles Schumer, referring to a 40 percent rise in Georgia’s grant.

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