Uncle Sam, Registering Wine in Moldova

Thumbnail Image
Serial Number
Levin Center Identifier
Document Date
Report Length
1 page
Policy Agendas Project Major Code
Additional, Minority, Dissenting Views
Found Using Methodology
Idependent Author(s)
Brief Executive Summary
From the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, the Senate Subcommittee on Federal Spending Oversight and Emergency Management led by Senator Rand Paul issued a weekly waste report focused on a program that will spend approximately $500,000 on the wine industry in Moldova to help identify and sign grape growers into the "Wine and Vine Registry." The report takes issue with U.S. taxpayer dollars being used to develop a foreign country's wine industry in a program that may not even work.
Press Releases and Contextual Information
Related Hearings
Authors–Congress Members
Authors–Staff Members
Authors–Ex Officio Members
Authors–Additional, Minority, Dissenting Views