Crime

Biden: Here's a Billion Bucks; Now Hire Cops

The Office of the Vice President just announced how it would divvy up a billion dollars in grant money for the hiring of cops. Broward and Palm Beach cities listed below:

Boynton Beach: Eight officers for $1,948,352
Delray Beach: Six officers for $1,360,164
Fort Lauderdale: Twelve officers for $3,243,444
Hallandale Beach: Five officers for $1,307,135
Hollywood: Four officers for $1,132,096
Lantana: Two officers for $413,118
Lauderhill: Five officers for $1,283,085
Miramar: Nine officers for $2,389,599
Riviera Beach: Six officers for $1,283,556
West Palm Beach: Eight officers for $1,785,456
If you live in a city that didn't win a grant, watch out for looters!

Here's how the feds decided who deserved some grant money.

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Thomas Francis