North Dakota Gets $7M in FEMA Grants

July 30, 2014

North Dakota is getting more than $7 million in grants from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to bolster safety and emergency preparedness programs.

The state’s congressional delegation says the FEMA grants are for local, state and tribal government and law enforcement agencies.

The goal is to help them better address threats to public safety ranging from terrorism to weather events.

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