Amid a spike in hate crimes nationwide, New Hampshire's Democratic congressional delegation announced Friday that seven houses of worship in the state are getting funding to help bolster security. The $150,000 in grants will go to four churches, two temples and a chabad. The delegation also announced the state was getting more than $4 million from the State Homeland Security Program to support terrorism prevention and preparedness efforts. "As domestic and foreign terrorists alike target places of worship, malls, and other gathering places, it's sadly more important than ever that community organizations have the resources they need to mitigate the impact of an attack — and that local and state law enforcement have robust infrastructure to prevent...
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N.H. Gets Grants to Secure Houses of Worship