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Earmarks requested by Rep. Steve Pearce

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

AmountEarmark DescriptionIntended Recipient
$6,500,000 for Magdalena Ridge Observatory (MRO) New Mexico Institute for Mining and Technology
$4,000,000 for UAV Systems and Operations Validation Program New Mexico State University
$3,600,000 for Holloman High Speed Test Track
$1,010,500 for New Mexico Rural Meth Enforcement Initiative
$984,000 for High Efficiency Cascade Solar Cells (NM)
$900,000 for Arrowhead Center at New Mexico State University
$500,000 for Adelante Development Center
$470,400 for Para-Transit Van Replacement
$331,000 for New Mexico State University, to continue a program to transition high school students into technical careers
$195,000 for Adelante Development Center, Albuquerque, NM for employment and training services
$146,000 for Eddy County, for a regional substance abuse treament facility, incluidng faciltities and equipment
$98,000 for Zuni Pueblo Mission
$98,000 for Town of Tatum for demolition and rebuilding of housing for the elderly and low-middle-income families
$89,300 for New Mexico Department of Public Safety, Santa Fe, NM, for equipment to combat meth
$49,000 for Pueblo of Acoma for the Acoma Community Center and Wellness facility
$49,000 for Luna County for renovation to Sunshine School to house a drug treatment program

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