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View by Bill » Energy and Water » Corps of Engineers » Continuing Authorities Program; Project Modifications for Improvement of the Environment (Section 1135)

View earmark details Earmark Description: Smokes Creek

House Requesting Member
    Senate Requesting Members
       
      Final Amount $0
      Budget Request $0
      House Request $0
      Senate Request $0
      Pre-reduction Amount $0
       
      Fiscal Year 2008
      Appropriations Bill Energy and Water
      Bill Section Corps of Engineers
      Bill Subsection Continuing Authorities Program; Project Modifications for Improvement of the Environment (Section 1135)
       
      Location New York
      Notes $10,661,000 out of $30,000,000 allocated for this program was earmarked to specific projects; projects with unspecified funding levels are second priority for remaining funds. Senate included projects without specific funding level in its bill.

      Information provided by Taxpayers for Common Sense ( http://www.taxpayer.net/ )