Description: H.Amdt.1319 — 104th Congress (1995-1996)
Amendment originally sought to provide $20 million for counterterrorism technology. \ As amended by the Rogers substitute amendment (A008), the above was replaced with language that provides $10 million for counterterrorism technology with such funds coming from technology programs under the local law enforcement block grant program.
An amendment to provide $20 million for anti-terrorism technology, such as bomb detections and communication devices, to help fight both domestic and international terrorism.
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