More Stimulus, Less Stimulus, and Where Stimulus

September 17, 2010 at 1:18 pm Leave a comment

Obama’s recent infrastructure proposals are snagged in a pre-election stall. But that doesn’t stop the infrastructure-osphere from debating–at length.

The Infrastructurist is a great source for news and discussion on the subject, including this roundup of media yeas and nays.

And the White House is set to release a report today highlighting some more stories of stimulus success.

Meanwhile, closer to home:

  • The Wall Street Journal writes that the stimulus “has meant big business” for federal contractors in the D.C. area, including some in Maryland’s 8th.
  • The Post registers Pepco’s plans for stimulus-funded smart meters in D.C., comparing them to efforts in Maryland.
  • And Libertarian and not-birther Adam Bitely is underwhelmed by ARRA’s impact in Maryland.

UPDATE: The abovementioned White House report was just released, PDF here.


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