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State, locality, nonprofit, or other organization receiving the earmark. When a nine-digit number in parentheses follows the recipient/beneficiary it represents the Dun&Bradstreet Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS).
Recipient State
Title
Brief description of earmark.
Sponsor Last Name
Sponsors as identified by Congress. Sponsors are listed by state for Senators and by state then congressional district for House members.
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