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A bipartisan group of legislators are proposing setting aside $5 million in the upcoming state bond package to help the congregants of Connecticut synagogues, mosques and churches.  Faith leaders joined the lawmakers, including Danbury Senator Julie Kushner, in calling for the money to help worshippers remain more secure from domestic hate groups by installing various security measures such as remote door entry systems, video monitoring systems, and shatter-proof windows.  This is the same type of improvements the state offered public schools in the wake of the shootings at Sandy Hook School.

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