Tracking States’ Stimulus Sites
States are promising transparency as they attempt to plow through their stimulus money. How well are they doing? We’ve updated our Tracking States' Spending Sites chart, so you can see which states are sticking to that promise.
Since we last checked in, many states have stepped up their reporting game, but a few – we’re looking at you, Kentucky and Michigan – still have a ways to go.
We’ve included links to states’ recovery and transparency Web sites (well, those that exist), and will continue to update as sites change.
Officials have struggled to spend the nearly $800 billion stimulus package quickly and effectively.
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