A Closer Look At What Stimulus Would Mean For MA

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Now that Congress has agreed to a plan to inject almost $800 billion to stimulate the U.S. economy, state officials are anticipating a flow of funds.

For Massachusetts, that could mean about $11 billion over two years. Gov. Deval Patrick this week appointed a new "Stimulus Czar," and outlined a long list of projects that are ready for the shovel and a share of the cash infusion.

WBUR's David Boeri takes us on a tour of some less obvious places where federal dollars might land.

This program aired on February 13, 2009. The audio for this program is not available.

David Boeri Twitter Senior Reporter
Now retired, David Boeri was a senior reporter at WBUR.