Transportation

TAXPAYER GROUP SIGHS RELIEF AT SHUSTER’S RETIREMENT

For Immediate Release Contact:  Sean Rushton or Melissa Naudin

January 4, 2001

(202) 467-5300

 

CAGW’s Pork PatrolSM takes a closer look at fiscal 2001 transportation pork

The House and Senate transportation bills for fiscal 2001 allocate money to usual transportation issues such as airport renovations.  But also included in the bill are several non-transportation items, obvious earmarks made by appropriators.  Citizens Against Government Waste has identified more than $750 million in pork projects within the transportation bill.  The proposed budget is currently in conference.  A few examples of transportation bacon are:

TAXPAYER WATCHDOG GROUP CALLS FOR REPEAL OF CLINTON GAS TAX

For Immediate Release Contact:  Jim Campi or Aaron Taylor
March 22, 2000 (202) 467-5300

 

CAGW’s Pork PatrolSM takes a closer look at fiscal 2000 transportation pork

Transportation pork is always on the griddle for hungry appropriators flush with cash.  The fiscal 2000 transportation spending bill brings taxpayers some truly outlandish pork on wheels.  Here are just a few morsels in the bill, signed into law by the President on Oct. 9, 1999:

TAXPAYER WATCHDOG GROUP URGES CONFEREES TO CUT THE FAT FROM TRANSPORTATION SPENDING

For Immediate Release Contact: Jim Campi or Aaron Taylor
September 17, 1999 (202) 467-5300

 

The Council for Citizens Against Government Waste identities

TAXPAYER WATCHDOG GROUP URGES CONFEREES TO CUT THE FAT FROM TRANSPORTATION SPENDING

For Immediate Release    Contact:  Jim Campi or Aaron Taylor
September 17, 1999 (202) 467-5300

 

The Council for Citizens Against Government Waste identifies

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CAGW Names Rep. Mike Rogers November 2018 Porker of the Month

Rep. Hoyer is CAGW's Porker of the Month for his support for being a leading proponent of a wasteful sixth military branch called the Space Force.