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Font Resize State spending dips as stimulus money dries up By Elaine S. Povich, Stateline Posted: 11/22/2013 01:55:47 PM MST Updated: 11/22/2013 01:55:50 PM MST State spending dips as stimulus money dries up Construction workers await the arrival
The Cuyahoga Land Bank was the lead applicant and program manager for a consortium that included the city of Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, and .
Erin Cox The Baltimore Sun Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger on Thursday joined the chorus of lawmakers criticizing Baltimore City schools for spending stimulus money and dollars designated for poor children on $99-per-person fried chicken dinners, a
City planners and state transportation officials scrambled to identify virtually every "shovel ready" project they could think of, in hopes of bringing their blueprints to life through the federal stimulus package that the new home-state commander in
The airport received $14.5 million in stimulus funds to improve runways and taxiways, which was completed in 2010. But the inspector general said in a report earlier this month that $2.1 million was used for unauthorized construction...It is the
W.Va. (AP) Two years ago, West Virginia officials spent $1.7 million in federal stimulus money on 77 pricy, high-speed Internet routers for State Police . Today, only the one in the Logan detachment is fully functional. An investigation by The
Tribune file photo) Democrat Jay Seegmiller is his party's nominee in the 2nd Congressional District, facing Republican Chris Stewart in the Nov. 6 general election. Seegmiller says Stewart's millions in federal contracts is hypocrisy' 2nd District »
Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan, a fiscal conservative and critic of federal handouts, has sought for his constituents in Wisconsin an expansion of food stamps, stimulus money, federally guaranteed business loans, grants to invest in
“Dear Jack, Don’t buy one vote more than necessary. I’ll be damned if I’ll pay for a landslide.” - Telegram JFK humorously claimed he received from “my very generous father”
The Republic azcentral.com Arizona's economy is far from healed after the beating it took from the Great Recession, but it soon will have to give up the crutch of the federal stimulus act, because most of that money has been spent.