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Slicing Up the Economic Stimulus Bill

House bill (estimated $820 billion) Slicing up the economic stimulus bill Spending $637.3 Tax cuts $182.3 The Congressional Budget Office estimates that the bulk of the spending in the House-approved $820 billion stimulus bill would be allocated to health, labor and education. The tax portion of the bill would account for roughly 22 percent. Spending of at least $100 million annually through fiscal years TOTAL INDIRECT SPENDING DIRECT SPENDING TO INDIVIDUALS 2010, YEAR WITH MOST SPENDING 2010 .... . ...... 2011 Medicaid 89.7 State fiscal stabilization fund 79.0 2012 Health insurance 40.8 2013 and health information technology 20.2 2014 2015 Other 35.8 2016 Transportation, Interior and housing and human Energy development 62.3 and water environment, clean water and drinking 2017 Labor, health and human Assistance to 48.9 water 14.3 unemployed workers and 2018 services, education $91.3 Agriculture, nutrition and rural development 26.9 Tax provisions 82.1 struggling families 45.7 2019 Width shows spendings * Includes from bigger to smaller: Commerce, Justice and Science; federal facilities; military construction and Veterans Affairs; Defense; Homeland Security, State Department SOURCE: Congressional Budget Office D. Morris, N. Rapp - AP

Slicing Up the Economic Stimulus Bill

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The Congressional Budget Office believes the majority of the $820 billion dollar stimulus bill will go to education, labor and heath. Twenty-two percent of this would be the tax portion of the bill. T...


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