"Bit of pork but not in a congressional bill" Crossword Clue

Author: Mathew Cooper
Last Updated: 11 Oct 2023

"Bit of pork but not in a congressional bill" NYT crossword answer is:

ANDOUILLE (9 letters length)

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The crossword clue "Bit of pork but not in a congressional bill" from the New York Times (October 11 2023) refers to a legislative earmark, which is a provision in a bill that allocates money for a specific purpose or project. Earmarks are often used to direct funds to a particular district or constituency, and are often criticized for being wasteful or corrupt. However, due to increased scrutiny in recent years, earmarks are no longer allowed in congressional bills.

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