Mont. governor says stimulus could fund $3.1B in infrastructure projects

01/8/2009 | MSNBC

Federal stimulus money could help fund $3.1 billion in Montana infrastructure projects, according to Gov. Brian Schweitzer's office. A list of projects created by the governor's office includes $54 million for the Two Medicine River bridge east of Glacier National Park and $58 million for a wastewater treatment plant in Bozeman. If approved, the almost 800 projects on the list could require up to 100,000 workers.

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