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Earmarking

Earmarking Definition

Earmarking refers to funds that are reserved for specific projects. If the term is used in a congressional setting, it means specific legislation. The U.S. Congress directs money to projects either through legislation, known as "hard earmarks," or through committee reports, called "soft earmarks." Other terms for this process are "flagging", or "marking".





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