White House, Hill Spar over Homeland Security Funds The Bush administration and Congress clash over how to disburse billions of dollars in homeland security funds. The administration and some lawmakers say most of the federal money should go to areas that are at a high risk of attack. Representatives of states that stand to receive less money oppose that formula.
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White House, Hill Spar over Homeland Security Funds

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White House, Hill Spar over Homeland Security Funds

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White House, Hill Spar over Homeland Security Funds

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The Bush administration and Congress clash over how to disburse billions of dollars in homeland security funds. The administration and some lawmakers say most of the federal money should go to areas that are at a high risk of attack. Representatives of states that stand to receive less money oppose that formula.