Earmarks For Crime Projects In Federal Money Bill

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There are thousands of “earmarks” in the pending $328 billion federal spending bill, says the Washington Post: specific projects written into the measure by lawmakers in both parties. Lawmakers argue that they are better able than federal bureaucrats to evaluate the merits of local funding requests. Critics say the projects represent “pork barrel” spending, spending
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