Federal spending in Alaska has leveled off, report says
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Federal spending in Alaska has leveled off, report says

Kansas City : MO : USA | May 20, 2012 at 5:25 AM PDT
Source: Kansas City Star
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The explosive growth of federal spending in Alaska has flattened, according to a new analysis, but the state's per-capita haul is still more than 40 percent above the national average, even with legendary spender Ted Stevens gone from the Senate.

The flat funding is a big difference from the...

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