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LISTEN: Non-profit organization provides resources to underfunded law enforcement agencies

By Afternoon News Wrap

Aaron Negherbon talks about the non-profit organization that provides equipment and resources to underfunded law enforcement agencies across the country, and why a program like this is necessary.

Negherbon also addresses the "war on police" happening coast to coast, as well as the organization's sister non-profit organization, "Troops Direct," which gives troops overseas needed supplies.

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