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[Commonwealth of Kentucky]
Kentucky Benefits from Legislator in Powerful Position
Posted: 4-Feb-2002 8:16PM CST

U.S. Representative Hal Rogers was the co-chairman of the conference committee that wrote the final transportation spending plan and his guidance helped bring more transportation spending to the Commonwealth. For many years, Kentucky's citizens paid more in federal fuel taxes that in received back from the federal government in the form of transportation spending; however, for Fiscal Year 2002 spending, Kentucky is set to receive more money back than was paid in. The Courier-Journal has this article [Outside Link] with more details on transportation spending.

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