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A look at proposed stimulus spending for Utah

A look at proposed stimulus spending for Utah



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Here is some of the spending proposed for Utah in an economic stimulus package being considered by the House of Representatives. The Senate is considering a separate stimulus bill. The money would be for this year and the 2009-10 fiscal year.

  • Highways and bridges: $221.3 million
  • Mass transit: $53.6 million
  • Other rail: $4.5 million
  • Wastewater treatment: $30.5 million
  • Low-income energy assistance: $7.2 million
  • Head Start: $4.3 million
  • School modernization: $134.3 million
  • Education technology grants: $4.8 million
  • State budget aid: $617 million

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Source: The numbers are based on tables released by the House Appropriations Committee and the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.

(Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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