Obama's budget last week detailed plans for spending $3.8 trillion in 2011, and a lot of that is going to states for infrastructure and education.
On the surface it looks like California and New York and other big states are getting the most. But when you look on a per capita basis, you see a group of smaller states doing exceptionally well.
And that's at the expense of the 40 others.
The Obama administration released its budget for 2011 and it has tons of new spending for infrastructure included. Some states are getting a ton of jobs-producing cash. Alaska is getting over $1100 per person. Washington DC will get... Read Post
President Obama's 2011 budget comes out today, and the big story is the big numbers:--$3.8 trillion overall spending. --$1.55 trillion deficit in 2010. --$1.27 trillion deficit in 2011.I'll be blogging my way through the budget's pa... Read Post
Said budget has managed to annoy both Democrats and Republicans (Washington Post) President Obama plans Wednesday to unveil a $3.77 trillion spending plan that proposes modest new investments in infrastructure and education, major n... Read Post