Citizens Against Government Waste, a fiscal watchdog group, will release their annual “Pig Book” Wednesday detailing alleged pork-barrel spending in this year’s federal budget.
Citizens Against Government Waste, a fiscal watchdog group, will release their annual “Pig Book” Wednesday detailing alleged pork-barrel spending in this year’s federal budget. Maurizio Gambarini AP
Citizens Against Government Waste, a fiscal watchdog group, will release their annual “Pig Book” Wednesday detailing alleged pork-barrel spending in this year’s federal budget. Maurizio Gambarini AP

Earmarks never really went away as D.C. lawmakers keep dishing out pork

July 19, 2017 9:00 AM