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News Brief

April 2, 2004
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A bill providing federal funds for security at Jewish and other non-profit institution sites was introduced in Congress. The High-Risk Non-Profit Security Enhancement Act of 2004, introduced Thursday in both houses of Congress, would provide $100 million for the Homeland Security Department to aid non-profit groups at risk of terrorist attacks, such as synagogues and Jewish day schools, as well as hospitals and community centers.

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