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Alaska and West Virginia Score Big

Why it’s nice to have Ted Stevens or Robert C. Byrd as your Senator.

As every conservative knows, federal spending is out of control . . . way out of control.

One of the biggest problems is the persistence of earmarks in appropriations bills. These earmarks are the work of Representatives and Senators who like to score goodies, paid for by the federal government (a.k.a American taxpayers), for their home states and, thereby, home state voters. Two of the Senate’s biggest offenders are Senators Ted Stevens (R.-Alaska) and Robert Byrd (D.-W.Va.), the chairman and ranking member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, respectively.

According to Taxpayers for Common Sense, Alaska and West Virginia rank in the top 10 states in their value of earmarks in this year’s Omnibus Appropriations Bill, which passed the Senate last night, 65-28, and is on its way to the President who will sign it. West Virginia comes in 8th and Alaska ranks 3rd — outdone only by California and New York.

If you lived in Alaska or West Virginia, here’s a list of the pork, compiled by the Taxpayers for Common Sense, you would get to enjoy in this voluminous spending bill, courtesy of the taxpayers of the United States.

Alaska: $495,810,758

  • $1,000,000–Ferry Planning and Design, Akutan
  • $3,000,000–Cooperative Research – North Pacific Research Board, Anchorage
  • $2,000,000–Municipality of Anchorage, AK for response to illegal drug and alcohol use for homeless veterans, Anchorage
  • $499,000–Yukon River Drainage Fisheries Association, Anchorage
  • $4,000,000–Cook Inlet Tribal Council Inc., Anchorage
  • $1,000,000–Municipality of Anchorage/Cook Inlet Tribal Council/Anchorage Women’s Commission, Anchorage
  • $1,000,000–Anchorage Museum, Anchorage
  • $900,000–Cook Inlet Tribal Council Inc., Anchorage
  • $500,000–Municipality of Anchorage, Anchorage
  • $500,000–Anchorage School District, Anchorage
  • $500,000–Anchorage School District, Anchorage
  • $500,000–Parents, Inc., Anchorage
  • $475,000–Alaska Education Services, Anchorage
  • $425,000–University of Alaska at Anchorage, Anchorage
  • $300,000–Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh, Anchorage
  • $300,000–Alaska Pacific University, Anchorage
  • $250,000–Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum, Anchorage
  • $250,000–YWCA of Anchorage, Anchorage
  • $250,000–United Way of Anchorage, Anchorage
  • $200,000–Akeela, Inc., Anchorage
  • $200,000–Stone Soup Group, Anchorage
  • $200,000–Anchorage Museum of History and Art, Anchorage
  • $200,000–Alaska Center for Independent Living, Anchorage
  • $150,000–Anchorage Economic Development Corporation, Anchorage
  • $100,000–Alaska Hospitality Alliance, Anchorage
  • $100,000–University of Alaska, Anchorage
  • $50,000–Alaska Humanities Forum, Anchorage
  • $50,000–Alaska Moving Image Preservation Association, Anchorage
  • $50,000–Imaginarium Science Center, Anchorage
  • $10,000,000–Anchorage Museum, Anchorage
  • $2,000,000–Anchorage Ship Creek Intermodal Facility, Anchorage
  • $1,500,000–Port of Anchorage Intermodal Facility, Anchorage
  • $1,000,000–C Street corridor grade crossing, Anchorage
  • $2,000,000–Anchorage, Alaska
  • $2,000,000–water and sewer upgrades, Anchorage
  • $300,000–North Slope Borough School District Barrow
  • $2,000,000–Ferries and Ferry Facilities, Coffman Cove/Wrangall/Petersburg
  • $500,000–Prince William Sound Science Cente (Now/Forecast), Cordova
  • $1,000,000–City of Cordova, Cordova
  • $1,000,000–Delta Greely School District, Delta Junction
  • $750,000–Delta Greely School District, Delta Junction
  • $50,000–Perseverance Theatre, Douglas
  • $180,000–Seafood Waste, Fairbanks
  • $4,000,000–Kasitsna Bay Laboratory, Fairbanks
  • $500,000–LOVE Social Services in Fairbanks
  • $500,000–Criminal Justice Data Sharing, Fairbanks
  • $1,500,000–University of Alaska at Fairbanks, Fairbanks
  • $1,200,000–Fairbanks Memorial Hospital, Fairbanks
  • $1,000,000–University of Alaska, Fairbanks
  • $1,000,000–University of Alaska at Fairbanks, Fairbanks
  • $750,000–JP Jones Community Development Center, Fairbanks
  • $700,000–Fairbanks Community Initiative for Chronic Inebriates, Fairbanks
  • $650,000–Fairbanks Community Clinic, Fairbanks
  • $500,000–Fairbanks North Star Borough, Fairbanks
  • $400,000–Love, Inc., Fairbanks
  • $400,000–University of Alaska Fairbanks INPSYCH program, Fairbanks
  • $300,000–Fairbanks North Star Borough School District, Fairbanks
  • $250,000–University of Alaska, Fairbanks
  • $250,000–University of Alaska, Fairbanks
  • $150,000–University of Alaska Museum, Fairbanks
  • $1,000,000–Fairbanks International Airport, Fairbanks
  • $1,500,000–water system upgrades, Fairbanks
  • $2,000,000–Navigation Lighting at False Pass, False Pass
  • $250,000–Yukon Flats School District, Fort Yukon
  • $600,000–Galena School District, Galena
  • $500,000–Galena School District, Galena
  • $2,000,000–Alaska Department of Education, Juneau
  • $1,000,000–State of Alaska Department of Health and social services obesity prevention, Juneau
  • $400,000–Catholic Community Services, Juneau
  • $200,000–Southeast Alaska Independent Living (SAIL), Juneau
  • $150,000–City of Juneau, Juneau
  • $750,000–Kenai Peninsula Borough, Kenai
  • $200,000–Cook Inlet Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Kenai
  • $3,000,000–Williamsport/Pile Bay Road, Kenai
  • $600,000–Challenger School, Kenai
  • $500,000–Kenai River Center, Kenai
  • $1,000,000–Tongass Coast Aquarium, Ketchikan
  • $1,000,000–Port of Ketchikan Ferry Facility, Ketchikan
  • $500,000–Ketchikan International Airport, Ketchikan
  • $100,000 Alutiiq Museum, Kodiak
  • $1,000,000–Completion of the dust and persistent particulate abatement research, Kotzebue
  • $500,000–Bering Straits Native Corporation, Nome
  • $200,000–City of North Pole, North Pole
  • $1,000,000–water and sewer improvements, North Pole
  • $200,000–Two staff positions in Palmer, Palmer
  • $30,000–City of Palmer, Palmer
  • $985,000–water main, Palmer
  • $50,000–Point Hope Daycare Center, Point Hope
  • $2,300,000–Kenai Fjords national Park Resurrection Bay Trail and Parking improvements, Seward
  • $500,000–City of Sitka, Sitka
  • $150,000–Sheldon-Jackson College, Sitka
  • $768,000–Japonski Island water supply improvements, Sitka
  • $400,000–Alaska Christian College, Soldotna
  • $150,000–Alaska Christian College, Soldotna
  • $100,000–After the Bell Program, Soldotna
  • $500,000–Valdez Senior Center, Valdez
  • $1,000,000–Lucille Street and Mack Drive Improvements, Wasilla
  • $250,000–Ghostnet – High Seas Driftnet Detection, Wasilla
  • $925,000–water and sewer improvements, Wasilla
  • $100,000–City of Wrangell, Wrangell
  • $28,000,000–Rural and native villages in Alaska
  • $1,575,000–7 U.S.C. 3242 noncompetitive grants
  • $1,500,000–Cooperative agreement with soil and water conservation district
  • $1,250,000–Demonstration housing program for processing workers in the states of AK, MS, UT, and WI.
  • $1,200,000–Natural resource inventory development
  • $1,073,000–Seafood harvesting, processing and marketing
  • $1,000,000–Denali Commission
  • $630,000–Rural development
  • $568,000–Alternative salmon products
  • $555,091–Wood utilization
  • $450,000–Greenhouse research
  • $450,000–New crop opportunities
  • $405,000–Food product development
  • $360,000–Seed research
  • $315,000–Food quality
  • $315,000–Obtain and evaluation materials for cold region seeds of plants with Alaska Division of Agriculture
  • $315,000–Native Plant Materials (evaluating and developing)
  • $300,000–Plant Materials Center – planning and design of new storage facility
  • $270,000–Ethnobotany research
  • $270,000–Food preparation and marketing
  • $180,000–Berry Research
  • $135,000–Salmon quality standards
  • $100,000–Rural Business and Cooperative Development Programs – Alaska earmark
  • $10,000,000–Alaska Fisheries Marketing Board – Sec. 208
  • $8,500,000–Barrow Arctic Research Center (Phase I)
  • $7,250,000–Magnuson-Stevens Implementation off Alaska
  • $6,000,000–Alaska Sea Life Center – for Steller Sea Lions
  • $6,000,000–Fisheries Management (North Pacific Council)
  • $3,500,000–Arctic Yukon-Kuskokwin Sustainable Salmon initiative
  • $3,500,000–Restore salmon fisheries in Anchorage at Ship Creek, Chester Creek, and Campbell Creek
  • $3,368,000–Fairbanks hatchery facilities
  • $3,200,000–Alaska Fisheries Information Network (AKFIN)
  • $2,500,000–Alaska Criminal Justice Information System to integrate federal, state, and local criminal records along with social service and other records
  • $2,500,000–Land Mobile Radio project in Alaska
  • $2,500,000–Kenai Peninsula, AK, Borough Emergency Operations Center
  • $2,500,000–Gulf of Alaska Hydrographic Surveys
  • $2,087,000–NMFS Activities – Alaska Groundfish Monitoring
  • $2,000,000–Alaska Child Abuse Investigation Program
  • $2,000,000–State of Alaska
  • $2,000,000–State of Alaska for Steller Sea Lions
  • $2,000,000–Tsunami Warning & Environmental Observation for AK (TWEAK)
  • $2,000,000–Kenai River
  • $2,000,000–Anchorage Sexual Response Assault Team to investigate and prosecute rapes
  • $1,500,000–Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation
  • $1,500,000–Alaska Current & Tide Data
  • $1,500,000–Alaska Data Buoys
  • $1,500,000–City of Adak for marine related infrastructure
  • $1,500,000–Restore salmon runs in Resurrection Bay at Alaska SeaLife Center
  • $1,340,000–State of Alaska – Chinook Salmon
  • $1,300,000–National Invasive Species Act – Alaska – Ocean & Coastal Partnership Programs
  • $1,200,000–FMP Extended Jurisdiction, State of Alaska
  • $1,100,000–Alcohol interdiction program designed
  • $1,000,000–Alaska SeaLife Center
  • $1,000,000–SeaLife Center
  • $1,000,000–State of Alaska – Harbor Seals
  • $1,000,000–Alaska Fisheries Foundation
  • $1,000,000–University of Alaska Gulf Apex Predator – Stellar Sea Lions
  • $1,000,000–Winter Food Limitation Research (Prince William Sound Science Center)
  • $1,000,000–Alaska Near Shore Fisheries State of Alaska
  • $1,000,000–Western Alaska Salmon Failure – Bering Sea Fisherman’s Association
  • $1,000,000–Cook Inlet Fishing Community Assistance Program
  • $1,000,000–Scientific fisheries systems riverine sonar
  • $1,000,000–Mitigate albatross-fish interactions
  • $1,000,000–Russian River
  • $1,000,000–Alaska Native Justice center
  • $932,000–Coastal Protection and Restoration Project
  • $900,000–Bering Sea Crab (State of Alaska)
  • $800,000–Winter Pollock Survey – Alaska Groundfish Monitoring
  • $795,000–Alaska InvestNet/Technology Venture Center and Tech Ranch in Montana – Sec. 621
  • $750,000–Alaska Mentoring Demonstration Project
  • $750,000–Gulf of Alaska Ecosystem Monitoring
  • $750,000–Alaska’s Community in Schools Mentoring Program
  • $750,000–Alaska Youth Community Policing Initiative
  • $700,000–State of Alaska – Yukon River Chinook Salmon
  • $650,000–Alaska Public Safety Academy
  • $600,000–Alaska Children’s Trust
  • $500,000–Matanuska Susitna, AK, Borough Emergency Response Radio Network
  • $500,000–Marine Debris Removal – Alaska
  • $500,000–Yukon River Drainage Association
  • $499,000–National Standards 4 and 8 State of Alaska – American Fisheries Act
  • $497,000–Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission
  • $497,000–Upper Cook Inlet Tidal Research
  • $473,000–Crab Research NMFS – Alaska Groundfish Monitoring
  • $441,000–NMFS Activities – Alaska Groundfish Surveys
  • $425,000–Gulf of Alaska Coastal Communities Coalition
  • $400,000–Alaska Native Harbor Seal Commission
  • $340,000–NMFS Rockfish Survey – Alaska Groundfish Monitoring
  • $300,000–NMFS Field Fishery Monitoring – Alaska Groundfish Monitoring
  • $300,000–Chinook Salmon Research in Auke Bay
  • $250,000–State of Alaska to participate in discussions regarding the Columbine River hydro system management
  • $250,000–Partners for Downtown Progress in Alaska
  • $240,000–Calibration Studies – Alaskan Groundfish Surveys
  • $225,000–Beluga Whale Committee
  • $210,000–Alaska DARE Coordinator
  • $200,000–Restore Craig watershed
  • $175,000–Bering Sea Fisherman’s Association Community Development Quota – Alaska Groundfish Monitoring
  • $150,000–Cook Inlet Beluga
  • $150,000–Southeast Revitalization Association for its fleet stabilization program
  • $149,000–Alaska Harbor Seals
  • $125,000–Aleut Marine Resources Observers
  • $100,000–City of Wrangell, AK, Youth Court
  • $100,000–Participation of AEWC in International Whaling Commission Meeting
  • $100,000–State Participation – Driftnet Act Implementation – AK/WA
  • $100,000–United Fisherman of Alaska’s subsistence program – Pacific Coastal Salmon Recovery
  • $50,000–Bristol Bay Native Association
  • $35,000,000–Denali Commission
  • $33,500,000–Alaska Native Educational Equity Program
  • $5,500,000–Native Alaskan Institutions
  • $2,000,000–Healthy Families/Better Beginnings
  • $2,000,000–Denali Commission
  • $1,750,000–Alaska Native Serving Institutions and Native Hawaiian Serving Institutions
  • $500,000–Alaska Native Health Board
  • $500,000–Alaska Family Practice Residency Program
  • $500,000–State of Alaska Department of Health and social services obesity prevention
  • $300,000–Alaska Children’s Services of Anchorage
  • $250,000–Allergy/Asthma Foundation of Alaska and the Alaska Lung Association
  • $1,750,000–Army Corps of Engineers
  • $1,250,000–Army Corps of Engineers
  • $25,000,000–Alaska Railroad
  • $10,000,000–Donlin Creek Road
  • $8,000,000–Statewide Airfield Lighting
  • $6,666,667–TEA-21 set-asides
  • $6,000,000–Knik Arm Bridge Causeway
  • $5,700,000–Ft. Wainwright Alternative Access and Chena River Crossing
  • $5,148,000–Hawaii and Alaska Ferry Boats
  • $5,000,000–Funny River Bridge
  • $3,000,000–Port of Anchorage Intermodal Facility
  • $3,000,000–Glacier Creek/Nome Bypass
  • $3,000,000–False Pass, Alaska Causeway and road to the terminus of the south arm breakwater project
  • $3,000,000–Fairbanks Transit Bus Replacement
  • $3,000,000–Matanuska-Susitna Roads Improvement
  • $3,000,000–North Slope Borough Road Improvements
  • $3,000,000–Yakataga River Bridge
  • $3,000,000–Alaska statewide airports
  • $2,100,000–Chignik Road Improvements
  • $2,000,000–Sawmill Creek Intermodal Facility
  • $2,000,000–Craig SPB
  • $2,000,000–Shotgun Cove Road
  • $2,000,000–Bypass Road in Nome
  • $2,000,000–C street Railroad bypass
  • $2,000,000–Hydaburg Road Improvements
  • $2,000,000–Ferry Planning and Design
  • $2,000,000–Seward Road Improvements
  • $2,000,000–Univ. of Alaska Transportation Research Center
  • $2,000,000–Walden Point Road
  • $1,500,000–Arctic Winter Games buses and bus facilities, AK
  • $1,500,000–Coffman-Cove Inner Island Ferry / Bus Terminal, AK
  • $1,500,000–Keystone Drive and Related Improvements
  • $1,500,000–Sitka Road Improvements
  • $1,500,000–Atka Airport
  • $1,500,000–Egegik Airport
  • $1,500,000–False Pass Airport
  • $1,000,000–Port McKenzie Intermodal Facility
  • $1,000,000–Girdwood Transportation Center, AK
  • $1,000,000–Craig Road Improvements
  • $1,000,000–Girdwood Project
  • $1,000,000–Ship Creek Improvements
  • $1,000,000–Winner Creek Trail Improvements
  • $1,000,000–Cold Bay Airport
  • $1,000,000–Juneau Harbor Seaplane Base
  • $1,000,000–Kodiak Airport
  • $1,000,000–Sand Point Airport
  • $1,000,000–St Paul Island Airport
  • $1,000,000–Arctic Winter games Transportation Improvements
  • $1,000,000–Circumpolar Infrastructure Task Force, Artic Council and Northern Forum
  • $950,000–North Pole Roads Lighting
  • $900,000–Alaskan NAS Interfacility Communications System
  • $900,000–Kincaid Park Trail Connection
  • $850,000–Chenega Road System
  • $800,000–Volcano Monitoring
  • $675,000–Rock Island Parkway Project
  • $600,000–Sitka Community RIDE
  • $500,000–Alaska Mobility Coalition Bus Replacement
  • $500,000–Iditarod Historic National Trail Project
  • $500,000–Southeast Alaska Sea trails
  • $500,000–Barlett Access Intersection Safety Improvements
  • $500,000–Mobility Coalition
  • $500,000–Big Lake to Wasilla Pedestrian Trails
  • $450,000–Alaska Statehood Celebration
  • $200,000–McCarthy Creek Tram
  • $200,000–MASCOT Matanuska-Susitna Valley JARC Project
  • $200,000–Seward Transit Service JARC program
  • $125,000–Seward Airport
  • $100,000—Unalaska Airport
  • $75,000–North Pole Transit System JARC Program
  • $50,000–Craig Transit Service JARC program
  • $3,500,000–State of Alaska
  • $3,000,000–University of Alaska
  • $1,000,000–State of Alaska
  • $500,000–University of Alaska-Sitka Small Public Water System Technology Center

West Virginia: $378,250,591

  • $90,000–Appalachian Pasture-Based Beef Systems, Beaver
  • $1,500,000–City of Beckley, Beckley
  • $500,000–Appalachian Bible College, Beckley
  • $175,000–Mountaineer Community Health and Senior Center, Berkeley Springs
  • $2,500,000–Marshall University, Bridgeport
  • $80,000–City of Charles Town, Charles Town
  • $225,000–Jefferson County Development Authority, Charles Town
  • $4,300,000–University of Charleston, Charleston
  • $129,000–Appalachian Pain Foundation, Charleston
  • $67,000–YMCA of Western Stark County, Elkins
  • $2,800,000–CIP Single Point of Failure, Fairmont
  • $3,500,000–Institute for scientific research, Fairmont
  • $15,000,000–Institute for Scientific Research, Inc., Fairmont
  • $1,170,000–Glenville State College, Glenville
  • $750,000–Harrisville, West Virginia, Harrisville
  • $40,587,000–Hazelton, WV – Activation funding, Hazelton
  • $3,300,000–Marshall’s University’s Forensics Science Program, Huntington
  • $1,000,000–Huntington Area Development Council, Huntington
  • $1,000,000–Technology and Employment Center, Huntington
  • $360,000–St. Mary’s Medical Center, Huntington
  • $1,800,000–Appalachian Fruit Laboratory, Kearneysville
  • $180,000–Appalachian Fruit Research Station, Kearneysville
  • $450,000–Trout Genome Mapping, Leetown
  • $85,000–Lewisburg Comprehensive Transportation Plan, Lewisburg
  • $750,000–Greenbrier Valley Economic Development Corporation, Lewsiburg
  • $100,000–Shepherd Community and Technical College, Martinsburg
  • $75,000–Hardy County Committee on Aging, Moorefield
  • $200,000–Moorefield Streetscaping, Moorefield
  • $2,000,000–West Virginia University, Morgantown
  • $1,000,000–National Corrections and Law Enforcement Training and Technology Center in Moundsville, Moundsville
  • $200,000–Strand Theatre preservation Society, Moundsville
  • $380,000–Moundsville Sanitary Department, Moundsville
  • $1,050,000–4-county economic development corporation, Oak Hill
  • $5,000,000–Parkersburg, West Virginia, Perkersburg
  • $129,000–Moorefield Wellness Project, Petersburg
  • $671,000–Petersburg, West Virginia, Petersburg
  • $824,000–Philippi, West Virginia, Philippi
  • $2,000,000–Sun Valley Public Service District, Sun Valley
  • $200,000–Weston Streetscape Renewal, Weston
  • $25,000–Putnam County Commissioners, Winfield
  • $4,337,000–GIS Center of Excellence at West Virginia University
  • $1,000,000–West Virginia State College
  • $1,000,000–West Virginia State College
  • $860,000–Appalachian Small Farmer Outreach Program
  • $770,000–Design / implementation natural stream restoration initiatives
  • $675,000–Aquaculture product and marketing development
  • $621,000–Agriculture Waste Utilization
  • $555,091–Wood utilization
  • $540,000–Water pollutants
  • $300,000–Potomac and Ohio River Basin Soil Nutrient Program
  • $180,000–Wetland plants
  • $180,000–Soil survey geographic database in Mid-Atlantic Highlands
  • $160,000–Poultry Litter Composting
  • $144,000–Feed efficiency
  • $41,600,000–FCI Glenville, West Virginia
  • $41,000,000–FCI Beckley, West Virginia
  • $40,300,000–Mid Atlantic, West Virginia – New Construction, modernization, and repair
  • $7,925,000–WV – Archive, Access, Assessment
  • $4,272,000–Aquatic Ecosystems – Canaan Valley Institute – Ocean & Coastal Partnership Programs
  • $4,000,000–West Virginia University’s Forensic Identification Program
  • $2,500,000–Data storage facility in West Virginia
  • $1,200,000–Grant to MountainMade Foundation
  • $11,500,000–Marshall University
  • $4,250,000–Vandalia Heritage Foundation, Inc.
  • $4,000,000–County Commission of Raleigh County
  • $3,600,000–Wheeling Jesuit University
  • $3,200,000–West Virginia High Technology Consortium Foundation, Inc.
  • $1,000,000–National Technology Transfer Center
  • $750,000–Vandalia heritage Foundation, Inc.
  • $400,000–Monongalia County Schools Foundation, Inc.
  • $150,000–Business and Industrial Development Corporation
  • $1,500,000–Southern West Virginia Environmental Infrastructure
  • $20,000,000–Appalachian Development Highway System- West Virginia Corridor H
  • $11,000,000–Route 9
  • $10,000,000–Route 10
  • $8,000,000–Canvas Bridge
  • $8,000,000–West Virginia Statewide Airports
  • $5,977,500–US 35
  • $5,600,000–Fairmont Gateway Connector system
  • $4,000,000–West Virginia Statewide Buses and bus facilities
  • $2,250,000–Morgantown Intermodal Facilities
  • $1,400,000–West Virginia University
  • $1,000,000–Marshall University
  • $1,000,000–Jefferson Road Connector
  • $1,000,000–Beckley VA Medical Center Access Road
  • $1,000,000–West Virginia Statewide JARC
  • $660,000–Upshur County Airport
  • $500,000–US 33 Road Improvements
  • $350,000–City of Charles Town-Gateway Revitalization Project
  • $250,000–West Virginia University
  • $200,000–Fairmont Pedestrian Bridge
  • $2,500,000–Institute for Scientific Research, Inc.
  • $2,000,000–Canaan Valley Institute
  • $2,000,000–National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium
  • $2,000,000–Wheeling Jesuit University
  • $1,700,000–Cannan Valley Institute
  • $1,617,000–Gilmer County Public Service District
  • $1,000,000–Canaan Valley Institute
  • $875,000–Marshall County Sewerage District
  • $800,000–Polymer Alliance Zone
  • $750,000–Mineral County Commission
  • $200,000–Wheeling Jesuit University
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