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

Controversy Over Federal Anti-Crime Money

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One top-rated group that was denied funding is the Vista Community Clinic's REACH (Recreation; Employment readiness; Academic achievement; Communication skills; Healthy lifestyles) Program for troubled teens in the San Diego area. A former DOJ staffer says the program was denied a grant because the head of the juvenile justice agency didn't like that REACH provides condoms and sexual education to teens. The head of the agency denies that was the reason for the program not receiving funding. (ABC News)
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