All but 12 of the nation’s states have at least one phantom ZIP receiving stimulus money. California tops the nation with 22 invented codes. Ohio, however, tops the nation in cost. The Buckeye State’s Office of Budget and Management sent $220 million to improve infrastructure in the 43233 ZIP code, which does not exist according to the USPS ZIP Code locator.
Care to comment, Pari Sabety?
She would have been fired long ago back when her budget estimates were delayed and almost $2 billion off, but Ted Strickland would rather not alienate the lesbian pirate vote.