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Effort in 3 US cities to combat extremism off to slow start
by Philip Marcelo
A federally funded effort in Boston, Los Angeles and Minneapolis to combat extremist recruitment has been slow to start since it was announced a year and a half ago.
Few local programs have been directly created by the "Countering Violent Extremism" pilot initiative, with officials in those cities just starting to distribute more than $500,000 in Department of Justice grant money to jumpstart new local efforts.
Minneapolis appears to be further along, but Boston and Los Angeles are months away from distributing their share of the money — if at all.
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