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By The Associated Press

State-by-state breakdown of proposed spending on some key areas included in the stimulus plan considered by the House. The Senate is considering its own version.

CONNECTICUT

Highways and Bridges: $391.4 million

Mass Transit: $68.1 million

Wastewater Treatment and Sewers: $71.1 million

Heat Aid: $20.4 million

Schools Modernization: $175.6 million

Pell Grants: $170.9 million

MASSACHUSETTS

Highways and Bridges: $506.4 million

Mass Transit: $193.6 million

Wastewater Treatment and Sewers: $197.1 million

Heat Aid: $40.8 million

Schools Modernization: $381.8 million

Pell Grants: $363.6 million

NEW JERSEY

Highways and Bridges: $777.8 million

Mass Transit: $334 million

Wastewater Treatment and Sewers: $237.2 million

Heat Aid: $37.9 million

Schools Modernization: $419.7 million

Pell Grants: $502.8 million

NEW YORK

Highways and Bridges: $1.4 billion

Mass Transit: $856.8 million

Wastewater Treatment and Sewers: $640.7 million

Heat Aid: $123.6 million

Schools Modernization: $1.6 billion

Pell Grants: $1.7 billion

OHIO

Highways and Bridges: $1 billion

Mass Transit: $150.9 million

Wastewater Treatment and Sewers: $326.8 million

Heat Aid: $49.9 million

Schools Modernization: $740 million

Pell Grants: $969.1 million

PENNSYLVANIA

Highways and Bridges: $1.3 billion

Mass Transit: $245.4 million

Wastewater Treatment and Sewers: $229.9 million

Heat Aid: $66.4 million

Schools Modernization: $821.8 million

Pell Grants: $878.8 million

RHODE ISLAND

Highways and Bridges: $154.3 million

Mass Transit: $16 million

Wastewater Treatment and Sewers: $39 million

Heat Aid: $6.7 million

Schools Modernization: $85.3 million

Pell Grants: $97.5 million



Sources: House Appropriations Committee and House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, based on figures supplied by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office.

AP-ES-01-28-09 1440EST


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