Ohioans in Congress add earmarks to $410 billion spending bill

Feb 26, 2009 Full story: blog.cleveland.com

Ohioans in Congress from both political parties have been busily carving out millions of dollars in pet projects for their districts, even while some Republican leaders would prefer to ban the practice.

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james Hickey

London, KY

#1 Mar 8, 2009
Until the mess that this country is in, to which Congress has contributed greatly, is turned around. The only earmarks that should get any consideration are absolute NECESSITIES. Can the WISH list and appropriate for NEEDS ONLY. Maybe Congress should look up the definition of NEED.

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