economic stimulus bill
The Columbia Journalism Review "Audit" section (which reports on the business press) has created a guide to information about big federal spending programs. It has lots of links and explanations of what you can find. This is a great starting point for tracking down information on the Bailout and Stimulus.
- BAILOUT! STIMULUS!—YOUR ESSENTIAL GUIDE, Columbia Journalism Review, "The Audit."
In a specially commissioned study, The Audit here takes a look at online resources tracking the bailout and stimulus money, from government web sites to independently run operations. It’s not comprehensive, but it’s pretty good.
Just about at the first full month of the Obama regime. Interesting how there is still no official version of the economic stimulus bill available yet. The best we can do, it seems, is the text in the Congressional Record of the conference report.
Looks like we are going to need to do better if this administration promises to follow-up with other blockbuster proposals. Don't get me wrong, I understand fully that the publishing of the public laws is really a joint effort between the legislative and executive branches, with GPO and NARA holding the first chairs of responsibility. And I also understand that prior to the Senate vote they were still going off hand written changes to the conference report.
I'm just saying....
See you Day 30..