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Critics: Congressional spending requests less open

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In the more than two years since earmarks were banned to make congressional spending more transparent, lawmakers have fallen back on an age-old practice of writing letters to request money from agencies for projects back home. And that, critics charge, has made the process less transparent — though the letters seem to be having minimal influence with agencies.

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