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Earmarks requested by Rep. Brian N. Baird

Data from Fiscal Year 2008 appropriations bills supplied by Taxpayers for Common Sense.

AmountEarmark DescriptionIntended Recipient
$19,688,000 for Olympic National Park
$14,820,000 for Columbia River at the Mouth
$14,760,000 for Columbia River Channel Improvements, OR & WA
$9,247,000 for Mt. St. Helens Sediment Control
$4,000,000 for Limb Tissue Regeneration after Battlefield Injuries using Bone Marrow Stem Cells
$2,952,000 for Puget Sound and Adjacent Waters Restoration
$2,400,000 for Low-Signature Modular Weapon Platform
$2,000,000 for Future Medical Shelter System (FMSS) Mobile Medical International Corp.
$1,870,000 for US Agricultural Research Service Laboratory, Pullman, WA
$1,784,000 for Mount Rainer National Park
$1,600,000 for Systems Biology Biomarker Molecular Toxicology Initiative Institute of Systems Biology
$1,600,000 for U.S. Army Extended Cold Weather Clothing SyStem (ECWCS) Hand Protection System Outdoor Research
$1,410,000 for Washington State Methamphetamine Initiative
$1,372,000 for West Vancouver Freight access Project
$1,000,000 for Northwest Manufacturing Initiative Manufacturing 21 Coalition
$1,000,000 for Madigan Army Medical Center Trauma Assistance Program Tacoma Trauma Trust
$984,000 for Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, Bridal Veil
$837,000 for Fort Vancouver National Historic Site
$686,000 for I-5/I-205 Salmon Creek Interchange Project
$608,000 for Columbia River at Baker Bay
$563,000 for Aquaculture, ID, WA
$536,000 for Ocean Beach Hospital, Ilwaco, WA for a telepharmacy program
$517,000 for Washington State University Methamphetamine Research
$500,000 for Competitiveness of Agriculture Products, WA Washington State University
$492,000 for The City of Longview for a water treatment facility
$394,800 for Pierce County Alliance, Takoma, WA, for Statewide meth initiative
$367,500 for Discovery Trail- Long Beach to Port of Ilwaco
$343,000 for Intercity Transit Multimodal Facility
$327,000 for Small Fruit Research, ID, OR, WA
$243,000 for Community Home and Health & Hospice home health telemonitoring system
$233,000 for Columbia River Between Chinook and Sand Island
$196,000 for Ferry in Wahkiakum County
$147,000 for Washington Technology Center for construction, renovation, and build out of a technology center
$87,000 for Thurston-Mason County Medical Society, Olympia, WA for a demonstration project to increase care for non-English speaking patients

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