January 20, 1998 in Nation/World

Show Me The Money


States are appropriating a record $305 million to support the arts this year, the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies reported Monday. Congress is making an additional $98 million available for the year. City and local governments also provide money for the arts.

It was the first time since 1990 that funding by the states topped the $292 million record of that year, the organization said. It put appropriations for 1997 at $272 million.

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