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Where the Stimulus Money Went: New Buildings, Clean Energy and Infrastructure Projects

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Nov 08, 2012 01:07 AM
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by Mark Boyer last modified Nov 07, 2012



When it comes to President Obama’s domestic policy, healthcare reform gets all the attention while Obama’s other main achievement, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act — better known as “the stimulus” — is often dismissed by the president’s opponents and supporters alike. Although as much as $150 billion of the $831 billion stimulus was expected to be [...]




 

 

Alcatraz, solar panels, San Francisco, solar energy, Alcatraz Island

When it comes to President Obama’s domestic policy, healthcare reform gets all the attention while Obama’s other main achievement, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act — better known as “the stimulus” — is often dismissed by the president’s opponents and supporters alike. Although as much as $150 billion of the $831 billion stimulus was expected to be spent on infrastructure improvements, most people have no idea where the stimulus money went. In a recent photo essay, photographer Chad Ress followed the money to shed some light on those public works. Many of the stimulus projects helped to provide construction jobs while adhering to high environmental and energy-efficiency standards.

Cedar Gateway, San Diego, Silber Architects, affordable housing, stimulus, ARRD Alcatraz, solar panels, San Francisco, solar energy, Alcatraz Island Cedar Gateway, San Diego, Silber Architects, affordable housing, stimulus, ARRD


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