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  • "I believe the addition of federal funds to these projects would maximize the stimulative effect of these projects on the local economy," he wrote.

    Stimulus foes see value in seeking cash →

  • "It is absurd to require Utah taxpayers to foot their portion of the bill associated with stimulus spending and then ask them to forgo competing for those funds without the input of their congressional representatives," said Bennett spokeswoman Tara Hendershott DiJulio.

    Stimulus foes see value in seeking cash →

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