Politics & Government

April 1, 2009

Are governors serious about refusing stimulus? We'll see

White House Budget Director Peter Orszag says state legislatures can't apply for funds from a key pot of education money from President Barack Obama's $787 billion economic stimulus plan if the state's governor fails to do so. That means governors such as South Carolina's Mark Sanford who reject the money really will be costing their states school funds.

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