This week, the House will vote on its first full bill containing earmarks, the Invest in America Act, which has 1,473 of them tucked into it. In total 214
Democrats in Congress are using earmarks to federally fund millions of dollars of “woke” pet projects in their districts — in an attempt to use taxpayer dollars to advance a diversity-focused agenda.
Senate Republicans on Wednesday will discuss whether to bring back earmarks — setting up a battle between fiscal hawks who decry them as “wasteful” spending and others who believe earmarks could help
The debate over earmarks has caused a divide among GOP senators as they prepare to vote on restoring the controversial tactic next week, but Montana Republican Sen. Steve Daines has suggestions
Earmarks, also known as The House Appropriation Committee unveiled a plan to bring back earmarks Friday, rebranding them as “community project funding.” Earmarks are avenues for lawmakers to direct funding