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Israel boycott requirement struck from Harvey grant program

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DICKINSON, Texas (AP) - A Houston suburb has removed a requirement from a hurricane repair grant program that homeowners must agree to not boycott Israel as a condition of receiving money. The Galveston County Daily News reports that the Dickinson City Council on Tuesday voted to remove the requirement from the application of the city's Hurricane Harvey repair grant program. Dickinson had initially included the boycott requirement to comply with a new state.

 

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