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(Port-au-Prince: Anderson Cooper) CNN's start of a series "Stimulus Project" on how the stimulus money is being spent introduced.
(Port-au-Prince: Ali Velshi) CNN attempts to investigate a stimulus project in which a Knoxville, Tennessee, company got millions to remediate contaminated soil & a factory in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, that got a four million dollar loan to build & hire 75 workers outlined.
(Port-au-Prince: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Boston: Drew Griffin) The story of the Boston Big Dig project that has been plagued by problems linked to shoddy construction updated; details given about Aggregate Industries that made a fraud settlement after supplying defective concrete to the project & is now getting stimulus money as per the legal settlement agreement. [Massachusetts department of transportation Luisa PAIEWONSKY- says as a public official she has to follow the law.] [Company spokesperson Nancy STERLING- says there is a new ethics policy in place.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Velshi, Ali;
- Griffin, Drew
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