The federal government is sending the state a $6-Million grant to beef up anti-terrorism efforts. The State Emergency Management Agency will distribute the money to 21 communities across the state. Agency spokesperson Susie Stonner says the money will go to community officials to let them decide what equipment and training they need. Stonner says the cities were chosen to cover the state on a regional basis, covering 90 percent of the population. She says it will also help areas deal with the more common natural disasters that strike.
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