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New York metro area to get $200 million in homeland security funds

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December 9, 2009
Homeland Security News
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“The feds handed New York City a nice, fat pot of homeland security cash Tuesday.

But they also upped future competition for that money by putting three more cities alongside New York atop the terror-risk list.

Of $2.7 billion in security funds being spread around the country, the New York metro area will get some $200 million – including $152 million from a pool of money dedicated to the handful of cities deemed most likely to be targeted by terrorists. “

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