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Stimulus Spending Update: Nearly 41% of Funds Out the Door

Roughly $327 billion in stimulus money has now entered the economy, according to the latest figures on Recovery.gov. That's just under 41 percent of the nearly $800 billion total in the Recovery Act package.

Floxy Gold looks for jobs on a computer at the South Los Angeles WorkSource Center.  In January, Commerce Secretary Gary Locke went to the center to announce a $7.5 million Recovery Act grant that will upgrade and expand 188 computer centers in Los Angeles to provide the public with free broadband access. (David McNew/Getty Images)Stimulus spending has reached roughly $327 billion, according to the latest numbers from Recovery.gov, released on March 26. That number includes $208 billion in spending and an estimated $119 billion in tax cuts. Overall, just under 41 percent of the roughly $800 billion stimulus package has entered the economy.

You can track stimulus spending by agency on our interactive Stimulus Progress Bar. You can also see how fast that money is moving out the door, by checking out our Stimulus Speed Chart.

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