Palin bill seeks $461 million in stimulus projects

Feb 24, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Anchorage Daily News

Gov. Sarah Palin submitted a spending bill to lawmakers on Tuesday asking that they authorize $461 million from the federal stimulus package for infrastructure projects in Alaska.

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blue_zinc

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The stimulus plan is to be indebted to the bail-out by the money-hungry and heartless to collapse the earth, treasures, mining, the life and spirit of Alaska, Chief.
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Bail-out Bonus: sin tax, feeding the rich and starving the poor.

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