Earmarks requested by Rep. Patrick J. Murphy

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

AmountEarmark DescriptionIntended Recipient
$5,600,000 for M291/M295 Skin Decontamination Rohm and Haas Company
$4,000,000 for Vectored Thrust Ducted Propeller (VTDP) Compound Helicopter Advanced Technology Demonstration
$2,494,000 for Neshaminy Creek Waterhed Project
$2,400,000 for Pure Hydrogen Supply from Logistic Fuels Power + Energy, Inc.
$1,960,000 for Hybrid-Electric Bus Acquisition (SEPTA)
$1,600,000 for Enhanced Smart Triple Ejector Rack EDO Mtech
$1,600,000 for High Speed Power Node Switching and Control Center SPD Electrical Systems
$1,600,000 for Molecular Switch Vaccines for Biodefense and Cancer Johns Hopkins University; Immunocytometry Systems; Cerus Corporation; Johns Hopkins University; Cerus Corporation
$1,440,000 for Strategic Bioterror Response for Battlefield Survival Insitute for Hepatitis and Virus Research
$1,000,000 for Delaware Valley Continuing Education Initiative for National Guard and Reserve Collegiate Consortium for Workforce and Economic Development
$800,000 for Deep Extended Echo Ranging (DEER) Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation
$686,000 for Pennsylvania Turnpike/ I-95 Connection
$492,000 for Yardley, Yardley Borough Sewer Authority for Wastewater Infrastructure
$490,000 for SEPTA Hybrid Fuel Buses
$490,000 for Stoopville Road Improvements, PA
$414,000 for St. Luke's Quakertown Hospital, Quakertown, PA for facilities and equipment
$400,000 for Specialized Compact Automated Mechanical Clearance Platform (SCAMP) Humanistic Robotics Inc.
$352,500 for Lower Makefield, PA Police Department, Bucks County Security Threat Group
$285,000 for Delaware RVR Comp, NY, NJ, PA, & DE (Watershed Fld. Management)
$282,000 for Community College of Philadelphia, Northeast Regional Center for Small Business Development
$274,400 for Yardley Borough for acquisition and installation of equipment to improve stormwater systems as part of a redevelopment plan
$250,000 for Yardley Borough
$246,000 for Bucks County, Pennsylvania
$235,000 for Bucks County, PA Law Enforcement Interoperability
$188,000 for Bucks County, PA Truant Youth Counseling
$123,000 for SouthEastern Pennsylvania Consortium for Higher Education, for the Institute of Mathematics and Science to provide professional development to K-12 teachers
$121,000 for Neighborhood First Program, Inc., Bristol, PA for services for at-risk youth
$117,500 for Neighborhood First Program, Inc. At-risk Youth Assistance, Bristol, PA
$98,000 for Bucks County Community College for design and construction of a training facility
$97,000 for James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, PA for equipment, salaries and supplies
$97,000 for St. Mary Medical Center Foundation, Langhorne, PA for facilities and equipment
$97,000 for American Red Cross, Lower Bucks County Chapter, Levittown, PA to provide mental health counseling and case management services, along with related services
$94,000 for Bristol, PA Law Enforcement Equipment
$0 for Southampton Creek, Bucks County, PA