2010 Pig Book: Earmark Central

With a defecit nearing $1.5 trillion, and earmarks at the cost of $16.5 billion, the Congressional Pig Book shows a decrease in earmarks both in numbers and dollars. The Pig Book is put out by CAGW, Citizens Against Government Waste, and is their annual summary of the pork-barrel projects in the federal budget.

Search the 9,129 pork-barrel projects in the 2010 Congressional Pig Book HERE.

To read the entire 2010 Congressional Pig Book Summary, download the pdf HERE.

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