Clinton Pledges Funds to Add Police to Schools Violence: President also earmarks money for child-counseling programs. GOP critics say youth problems should be addressed at home. April 16, 2000|LAWRENCE L. KNUTSON | ASSOCIATED PRESS WASHINGTON Marking the first anniversary of the shooting deaths at Columbine High School, President Clinton announced $120 million in new federal grants Saturday to place more police officers in schools and help even the youngest kids cope with their problems. "In our national struggle against youth violence we must not fail our children; our future depends on it," the president said in his weekly radio address. .... Clinton Pledges Funds to Add Police to Schools - Los Angeles Times Who knew Bill Clinton and the NRA agreed?