Omnibus Spending Bill Has More for Transportation

Sanchez, Humberto; Vadum, Matthew
November 2004
Bond Buyer;11/23/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32016, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that the Congress approved a multibillion dollar fiscal 2005 omnibus spending bill in the United States. Removal of a provision that would have allowed Congress' appropriations committees to inspect individuals' tax returns; Budget for the wastewater state revolving loan fund program; Need for the Congress to clearly define the nation's passenger rail strategy; Budget allocated for the public housing capital fund.


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