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March 06, 2009
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N.J. departments get $47 mil from stimulus

By Leslie Kwoh and Alexi Friedman
Star-Ledger

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NEWARK, N.J. — Police departments throughout New Jersey are getting an additional boost in funds this year as part of the federal stimulus package.

The state's law enforcement agencies are expected to receive a record-high $47.7 million out of $2 billion being distributed nationally, according to the Department of Justice. The money will be carved out of a $787 billion stimulus package President Obama signed into law last month.

Full story: N.J. departments get $47 mil from stimulus






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