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Lawmakers want billions in government spending on unusual pet projects, Fox News finds

Earmark requests from both parties top $6B in value

By Remy Numa

Fox News

EXCLUSIVE: $1,750,000 to spruce up the Japanese Garden in Portland. $436,100 for a “meditation and restorative yoga” program in New Jersey. And $250,000 to expand the Michelle Obama Library in California.

These are just some of the controversial Community Funding Project requests filed by federal lawmakers as earmarks make a return in Congress.

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