DiNapoli breaks down how NYS has spent stimulus funds - so far

April 2009
Hudson Valley Business Journal;4/20/2009, Vol. 19 Issue 16, p13
The article reports on the announcement made by New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli that the $1.8 billion in federal stimulus fund have been spent in the state. DiNapoli noted that the money needs to be spent as required by the federal government so that the state will not be forfeited in its share. It is revealed that $1.7 billion was used for Medicaid costs while another $73 million was spent for extended unemployment insurance and to assist dislocated workers.


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