Sen. Johnson backs Indian Country stimulus
Sen. Tim Johnson (D-South Dakota) said $2.8 billion in the nation's economic stimulus package will help Indian Country.

"It goes a long way to improve our conditions for our Native Americans in South Dakota," said Johnson, the Associated Press reported.

Johnson and other members of the Senate Indian Affairs Committee sought $3.58 billion in the bill but the request was reduced by the Senate Appropriations Committee. The House has passed its version of the stimulus but the Senate has not acted.

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Johnson: Stimulus money should help Native Americans (AP 2/3)

American Recovery and Reinvestment Act:
House Version [latest version] | Summary of House Version | H.R.1 | S.1

Relevant Documents:
Opinion: Indian Country stimulus a good start (1/30)
Press Release: Senate Appropriations Committee | Press Release: Senate Indian Affairs Committee | Press Release: House Appropriations Committee

Related Stories:
Stimulus for Indian Country heads to Senate floor (1/28)
Jodi Rave: Senate bill includes $2.8B for tribes (1/28)

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