Conn. reimburses towns in Sandy Hook aftermath

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May 25, 2013, 6:07 pm
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(NECN) – The state of Connecticut will reimburse cities and towns for school safety and security upgrades  in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook school shooting tragedy.
The state will make $5 million dollars available to cities and towns.

At least two more $5 million dollar rounds are expected next year.

The federal government is providing the Newtown, Conn., public schools with $1.3 million to help them recover from the shooting.

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