The U.S. Department of Labor will be investing a little more than $4 billion from the Recovery Act (aka the stimulus plan) for to help Americans who are out of work find and keep jobs, and to support them while they're unemployed.
How will those funds be distributed by state?
If you're not exactly sure what all these programs are (i.e., what's a "WIA Dislocated Worker" program?), you can check out DOL's page on the Workforce Investment Act. To be sure, it doesn't offer the most clear, straightforward explanation of programs - the "plain English" explanation of the bill might help.