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View earmark details Earmark Description: National Textile Center (NTC): Funding to continue and enhance research currently conducted at a multi-university consortium that links the textile and fiber-based materials industry sector to leading research and education programs

House Requesting Members
Senate Requesting Members
     
    Final Amount $4,700,000
    Budget Request $0
    House Request $0
    Senate Request $13,000,000
    Pre-reduction Amount $0
     
    Fiscal Year 2008
    Appropriations Bill Commerce, Justice and Science
    Bill Section Department of Commerce
    Bill Subsection International Trade Administration
    Receiving Organization National Textile Center
     
    Locations California; Georgia; Massachusetts; North Carolina; New York; Pennsylvania; South Carolina

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