It's Your Money, Gov't Anti-Crime Grants

Controversy Over Federal Anti-Crime Money

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Earl Dunlap runs a program to train guards that work in juvenile correctional facilities. His program was ranked number two by DOJ staffers, but was denied funding. "Initially, I was angry," Dunlap told ABC News. "Then I think I was just stunned by the whole process." (ABC News)
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