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by KXNews (Bismarck, N.D.) on 12/19/2014

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View earmark details Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (-Texas) - Earmarks Requested
Retired
Alternate Names: Kay Bailey, Kathyrn Ann Hutchison, Kathyrn Ann Bailey, Kathryn Ann Bailey Hutchison

 
AllSoloWith Other Members
* Numbers other than "All Sponsored Earmarks" do not include earmarks requested by the president to better reflect political power. This follows the methodology used by Taxpayers for Common Sense.
Fiscal Year(s) 2008-2010 Number Cost
Solo Earmarks                     131 $116,173,400
With Other Members          267 $548,189,850
All Congressional                398 $664,363,250
All Sponsored Earmarks      516* $3,557,461,711*
Earmark Details Year Description (Bill) Amount

(asc)

Additional Sponsors Locations Receiving Organization
View earmark details 2008 Sabine-Neches Waterway
(Energy and Water)
$177,000 Rep. Kevin Brady (-TX)
Rep. Chet Edwards (-TX)
Rep. Ted Poe (-TX)
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Texas
View earmark details 2009 Arlington Chamber of Commerce, for completion of the establishment of The Center for Innovation at Arlington
(Transportation-Housing and Urban Development)
$190,000 Rep. Joe Barton (-TX) Arlington, Texas Arlington (Texas) Chamber of Commerce
View earmark details 2009 University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX for renovation and equipment
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$190,000 No additional sponsors indicated Houston, Texas University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
View earmark details 2009 Houston Community College, Houston, TX, for curriculum development and purchase of equipment for the Accelerated Nursing Proficiency Center
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$190,000 No additional sponsors indicated Houston, Texas Houston (Texas) Community College
View earmark details 2009 Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, for renovation and equipment
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$190,000 No additional sponsors indicated College Station, Texas Texas A&M University (College Station)
View earmark details 2009 Texas Health Institute, Austin, TX, for renovation and equipment
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$190,000 No additional sponsors indicated Austin, Texas Texas Health Institute
View earmark details 2009 City of Hillsboro, for streetscape improvements
(Transportation-Housing and Urban Development)
$190,000 No additional sponsors indicated Hillsboro, Texas City of Hillsboro, Texas
View earmark details 2009 City of Beaumont, TX for streetscaping improvements in downtown Beaumont
(Transportation-Housing and Urban Development)
$190,000 Rep. Ted Poe (-TX) Beaumont, Texas City of Beaumont, Texas
View earmark details 2009 City of Midland, for downtown redevelopment
(Transportation-Housing and Urban Development)
$190,000 Rep. Mike Conaway (-TX) Midland, Texas City of Midland, Texas
View earmark details 2008 University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, for equipment.
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$192,000 Rep. Gene Green (-TX) Galveston, Texas University of Texas Medical Branch
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