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Where are this year's earmarks
Fiscal Year(s)

View earmark details Earmark Spending in North Carolina

* Earmarks requested by the president are not included in the member and state rankings to better reflect political power. This follows the methodology used by Taxpayers for Common Sense.
Fiscal Year(s) 2008-2010 No Total Amount
Congressional earmarks 644 $722,443,480
All earmarks 801* $3,418,476,480*
Earmark Details Year

(desc)

Description (Bill) Amount Sponsors Locations Receiving Organization
View earmark details 2010 Gallium Nitride (GaN) Power Technology
(Defense)
$1,600,000 Rep. Howard Coble (-NC) Greensboro, North Carolina RF Micro Devices Inc.
View earmark details 2010 High Performance Computing in Biomedical Engineering and Health Sciences
(Defense)
$1,200,000 Rep. Mel Watt (-NC) Greensboro, North Carolina North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
View earmark details 2010 North Carolina A&T State University, Greensboro, NC, for the development of nurse training programs
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$125,000 Rep. Mel Watt (-NC)
Sen. Kay Hagan (-NC)
Greensboro, North Carolina North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
View earmark details 2010 University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC for the ON TRACK mathematics enrichment program
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$165,000 Rep. Howard Coble (-NC)
Rep. Brad Miller (-NC)
Greensboro, North Carolina University of North Carolina at Greensboro
View earmark details 2010 University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, for telespeech initiative including purchase of equipment
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$300,000 Rep. Howard Coble (-NC)
Rep. Brad Miller (-NC)
Sen. Richard Burr (-NC)
...more
Greensboro, North Carolina University of North Carolina at Greensboro
View earmark details 2010 10th St. Connector-To extend 10th Street from Dickinson Avenue to Stantonsburg Road, Greenville, NC
(Transportation-Housing and Urban Development)
$500,000 Rep. Walter B. Jones (-NC)
Sen. Richard Burr (-NC)
Greenville, North Carolina
View earmark details 2010 East Carolina University, Greenville, NC for a program to reduce health disparities through chronic disease management
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$400,000 Rep. G.K. Butterfield (-NC)
Sen. Richard Burr (-NC)
Sen. Kay Hagan (-NC)
...more
Greenville, North Carolina East Carolina University
View earmark details 2010 East Carolina University, Greenville, NC for facilities and equipment
(Labor-HHS-Education)
$222,000 Rep. G.K. Butterfield (-NC)
Rep. Walter B. Jones (-NC)
Sen. Richard Burr (-NC)
...more
Greenville, North Carolina East Carolina University
View earmark details 2010 Emergency Operations Center, City of Greenville, NC
(Homeland Security)
$600,000 Rep. G.K. Butterfield (-NC) Greenville, North Carolina City of Greenville, N.C.
View earmark details 2010 Law Enforcement Technology Improvement Project
(Commerce, Justice and Science)
$250,000 Rep. G.K. Butterfield (-NC)
Sen. Richard Burr (-NC)
Sen. Kay Hagan (-NC)
...more
Greenville, North Carolina City of Greenville, N.C.
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