States should spend stimulus funds in depressed cities, LaHood says

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has urged states to spend economic-stimulus funds in areas that have high unemployment rates. Cities that are economically stable have received a large share of the funds because they have a backlog of infrastructure projects. However, bids for some projects have come in lower than expected, and LaHood said state officials should direct those savings to areas that are economically depressed.

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