Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Earmarks Likely to Continue, but With Details - New York Times

Earmarks are spending items that an individual congressperson puts into an appropriations bill for a specific purpose. We will be discussing them more when we talk about the budget process, but this article is a good introduction to some of the controversies surrounding them.
Earmarks Likely to Continue, but With Details - New York Times

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