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Rep. Sutton, Austria, Discuss Ohio’s Stimulus Dollars

Thursday, February 26, 2009 at 11:59 AM

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State officials are sifting through more than 7,000 proposals that range from building new windfarms, to the hiring of more police, to building a new bridge. These are all things that could get a boost when Ohio gets its share of the federal stimulus -- more than $8 billion.

State officials are sifting through more than 7,000 proposals that range from building new windfarms, to the hiring of more police, to building a new bridge.  These are all things that could get a boost when Ohio gets its share of the federal stimulus—more than $8 billion.

Democrat Betty Sutton represents the Akron area and Republican Steve Austria represents Dayton in Congress. They have very different ideas about the federal stimulus package.

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U.S. Rep Steve Austria (R-Dayton)

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