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Virginia asks citizens for stimulus ideas on web

Stimulus.virginia.gov.

The Commonwealth has developed a website for citizens, groups, localities, and others to use to share project proposals for potential funding from the expected federal stimulus package. As the stimulus package becomes finalized, more information and details will be made available on this site.

…These suggestions will be posted on the Virginia Stimulus webpage and shared with state government officials. All the information will be public.

It has a page of proposals and is making the data available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.

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