Palin's Small Alaska Town Secured Big Federal Funds | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Palin's Small Alaska Town Secured Big Federal Funds

There was $500,000 for a youth shelter, $1.9 million for a transportation hub, $900,000 for sewer repairs, and $15 million for a rail project -- all intended to benefit Palin's town, Wasilla, located about 45 miles north of Anchorage.

In introducing Palin as his running mate on Friday, Sen. John McCain cast her as a compatriot in his battle against wasteful federal spending.

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