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View by Bill » Energy and Water » Corps of Engineers » Operation & Maintenance

View earmark details Earmark Description: Albeni Falls Dam

House Requesting Member None
Senate Requesting Member None
Request Notes

This is an earmark where the Senate divided Energy and Water Operations and Maintenance funding into individual projects, instead of distributing the money to 21 individual regions, as the president proposed in his budget. This provision was not disclosed as a congressional earmark.

 
Final Amount $1,517,000
Budget Request $0
House Request $0
Senate Request $1,614,000
Pre-reduction Amount $1,517,000
 
Fiscal Year 2008
Appropriations Bill Energy and Water
Bill Section Corps of Engineers
Bill Subsection Operation & Maintenance
 
Location Idaho
Notes Senate describes O&M earmarks as Presidential earmarks, but they were not in the 2008 budget..

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