States receive millions in federal recovery funds; New York and California among biggest recipients

Townes, Glenn
April 2009
New York Amsterdam News;4/16/2009, Vol. 100 Issue 16, p4
The article reports on the federal aid given by the government to states in the U.S. under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) signed by President Barack Obama. The federal aid is aimed at supporting working families, prevent disease and protect the environment. California will get $302 million followed by Michigan that will receive about $110 million and Florida with the amount ranging from $94 to $100 million.


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