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An earmark is (Points : 1) an item used as a placeholder during a debate in the Senate. an item that a representative has recommended for legislative veto. an item placed into
the budget that targets House members districts or Senators states. an item placed in the budget for the purposes of balancing it.
Earmark is an item placed into the budget that targets House members’ districts or Senators’ states.
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An earmark is a legislative (especially congressional) provision that directs approved funds to be spent on specific projects, or that directs specific exemptions from taxes or mandated fees.

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