Here are a few of the items we found in the omnibus spending bill earmarked for the districts of House leaders.
House Speaker Dennis Hastert (R.-Ill.)
$523,000 for St. Charles, Ill., Police Department, for law enforcement technologies.
$3,200,000 Association for Individual Development, Aurora, Ill.
$4,000,000 Provena Mercy Center, Aurora, Ill.
$700,000 DeKalb, Ill., for building rehabilitation, streetscape improvements and beautification on East Lincoln Highway.
House Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R.-Tex.)
$6,000,000 State Highway 332 at Brazos River, Brazoria County, Texas.
$1,000,000 Greater Harris County Texas, for in-car police technologies.
$500,000 Brazos River Authority for water infrastructure improvements in West Fort Bend County, Texas.
$3,600,000 Sugar Land regional airport expansion.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D.-Calif.)
$100,000 International Museum of Women, San Francisco.
$500,000 Grant for the Womens Initiative for Self Employment in San Francisco.
$9,000,000 San Francisco, Calif., Muni Third Street Light Rail Project.
$4,000,000 KIPP Foundation, San Francisco, Calif. for KIPP School Leadership Program.
House Minority Whip Steny Hoyer (D.-Md.)
$150,000 for Charles County, Md. for the La Plata Community Center.
$1,000,000 Real Time Transit Passenger Information System for the Prince Georges County Dept. of Public Works, Md.
$200,000 St. Marys College, Md. for the River and Lands Institute.