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Stimulus Gives State Law Enforcement $26M

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OKLAHOMA CITY -- President Obama announced Friday that state and local law enforcement agencies will be getting billions of dollars in funding from the stimulus package.

Oklahoma will receive more than $26 million, with Oklahoma City and Tulsa getting the largest portions at more than $2.5 million each.

The money can be used for a wide variety of issues like hiring and support for law enforcement officers and crime prevention.

Click here to see how much money your city's law enforcement agency is getting.

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