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LA GRANDE — The Oregon House passed a record $10.2 billion budget for K-12 schools at the end of June, which includes $2.5 million allocated to the installment of silent panic alarm systems.

Proponents of the system say silent panic alarm system technology can be used for medical and other emergencies, and urge rural communities to take advantage of state funding once the application process begins.

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