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

View earmark details Airdropped Earmarks

The term 'airdropped' is used to describe an earmark that is not included in the original legislation as approved by either the House or Senate but is later mysteriously inserted into the conference committee reports, which combine both chambers' versions of the bill.

Earmark Details Year Description (Bill) Amount

(asc)

Sponsors Locations Receiving Organization
View earmark details 2009 Research and Development
(Energy and Water)
$26,572,000 President
Sen. Thad Cochran (-MS)
Various Locations
View earmark details 2009 Unit Maintenance Facilities
(Military Construction)
$27,000,000 President
Sen. Saxby Chambliss (-GA)
Sen. Johnny Isakson (-GA)
Fort Benning, Georgia
View earmark details 2009 Sonoita Station, Arizona - border security
(Homeland Security)
$27,000,000 President (solo) Sonoita, Arizona
View earmark details 2009 Powertrain Transmission Repair Facility
(Military Construction)
$27,000,000 President
Sen. Jeff Sessions (-AL)
Sen. Richard Shelby (-AL)
Anniston Army Depot, Alabama
View earmark details 2009 Fuel System/Corrosion Control Hangar
(Military Construction)
$27,000,000 Sen. Robert Byrd (-WV) Yeager AP, Charleston, West Virginia
View earmark details 2009 Southeast Region Research Initiative, TN
(Homeland Security)
$27,000,000 Sen. Lamar Alexander (-TN)
Sen. Thad Cochran (-MS)
Sen. Roger Wicker (-MS)
...more
Tennessee
View earmark details 2009 Family Housing Replacement
(Military Construction)
$27,000,000 President (solo) Wiesbaden, Germany
View earmark details 2009 Lewis and Clark Rural Water System
(Energy and Water)
$27,000,000 Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (-SD)
Rep. Steve King (-IA)
Rep. Tim Walz (-MN)
...more
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
View earmark details 2009 Battalion Complex
(Military Construction)
$27,000,000 President
Sen. Dan Inouye (-HI)
Schofield Barracks, Hawaii
View earmark details 2009 Child Development Center
(Military Construction)
$27,000,000 President
Sen. Patty Murray (-WA)
Fort Lewis, Washington
View earmark details 2009 McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System, AR
(Energy and Water)
$27,275,000 Rep. Marion Berry (-AR)
Rep. Vic Snyder (-AR)
Sen. Blanche Lincoln (-AR)
...more
Arkansas
View earmark details 2009 Illinois Waterway, Lockport Lock and Dam, IL (Replacement)
(Energy and Water)
$27,369,000 President (solo) Illinois
View earmark details 2009 C-130 Maintenance Hangar
(Military Construction)
$27,400,000 President (solo) Bagram AB, Afghanistan
View earmark details 2009 Student Quarters-TBS (Phase 3)
(Military Construction)
$27,530,000 President
Sen. John William Warner (-VA)
Sen. Jim Webb (-VA)
Quantico, Virginia
View earmark details 2009 Replace Fuel Pipeline
(Military Construction)
$27,700,000 President
Sen. Dan Inouye (-HI)
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
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