December 20, 2014
Last night in the first part of our special report "Who's More Secure," Nevada lawmakers are critical of the way homeland security dollars are distributed.
Tonight, we'll look at some of the equipment being bought...which is raising the eyebrows of even some congressional leaders.
Critics say federal dollars are being spent, not on items you would associate with homeland security, but on "pet projects."
We should point out...we have not been able to find any misuse of spending here in Nevada.
But, nationally...take a look at some things paid for by local governments with anti-terrorism dollars.
A jobs program, leather jackets, office security system, custom made fire boat, and janitorial services.
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