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Follow the Stimulus Money

Road construction crews work on a widening project in Florida. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images)Piggybacking off my colleague Christopher Weaver's post on state Web sites tracking the stimulus, here are the projects lists released by states and federal agencies. From highways to health centers and education to explosives detection, the data provides the clearest picture yet of how officials are spending the stimulus. Oddly enough, some of the lists aren't on the state sites, or even Recovery.gov.

States

Arkansas  Colorado  Delaware  Idaho  Indiana  Louisiana  Maryland  Michigan  Minnesota  Mississippi  Missouri  New Hampshire  New York  North Carolina  Oregon  Rhode Island  South Carolina  Tennessee  Texas  Washington  West Virginia  Wisconsin

Criminal Justice

Education

Health

Housing

Transportation

If you see a list that's not posted here, e-mail us.

Low wages for laboring class — Root cause of market crash.

Since 1980 wages for the 70% laboring class, those without college, has not kept pace with inflation. Comes now bailouts for Republicians and the wealthy, nothing for workers, and unless we organize against it the extreem right neo-conservitives will have a revolt to their glory and wealth.

So motivate us to action, keep us informed of who is earing a living wage.

I wonder what happened to this Senate report page?

http://dpc.senate.gov/dpc-new.cfm?doc_name=fs-111-1-24

It listed .pdf documents detailing, state-by-state, the estimated benefits of the stimulus package. Now, it’s gone.

This article is part of an ongoing investigation:
Eye on the Stimulus

Eye on the Stimulus

Officials have struggled to spend the nearly $800 billion stimulus package quickly and effectively.

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