Politics & Government

April 10, 2011

Remember the 'bridge to nowhere'? We're still paying for it

Alaska legislators have signed off on another $1.4 million in federal money to pay planners of the controversial Knik Arm bridge, which would connect Anchorage to mostly undeveloped land. Supporters estimate the bridge will cost about $700 million. Critics ridiculed it as a "bridge to nowhere" when Congress provided initial money to help pay for it.

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