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- The time for public option has now come. Woolsey, Lynn // Hill;7/14/2010, Vol. 17 Issue 81, p30
The article reports on a proposed robust public option bill that was passed by two House committees and focuses on decreasing deficit and saving the U.S. government 110 billion dollars.
- Debt Reform in N.Y. Faces More Legislative Roadblocks. McKaig, Ryan // Bond Buyer;2/6/2002, Vol. 339 Issue 31319, p5
Reports on the prospects of debt reform bills in the New York State legislative assembly. Necessity for constitutional amendment for debt in the state; Attitude of the assembly leadership on the issue; Efforts of the U.S. Senate for constitutional amendment on debt in New York; Role of the...
- FDCPA. Goch, David // Commercial Law Bulletin;Nov/Dec99, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p29
Focuses on the legislation of the FDCPA bill in the United States Congress. Language contained in Section 625 of the bill; Elimination of bad checks from the definition of debts; Contents of the H.R. 2544 bill derived from the FDCPA bill.
- VIRGINIA: More Bond Disclosure Eyed. Temple-West, Patrick // Bond Buyer;2/4/2010, Vol. 371 Issue 33261, p7
The article reports that the Virginia General Assembly considers legislation introduced in the House of Delegates on disclosure from local issuers on the issued bonds, in which it also considers authorization of 4 billion dollar on general obligation bonds for transportation projects.
- Change to bill would scrap 7% payment on muni debt. // Hungary A.M.;06/27/2013, p5
The article reports that Hungarian National Economy Minister MihÃ¡ly Varga has proposed a change to a bill that would scrap a planned 7% payment on municipal debt.
- Maryland Lawmakers Pass $740M Capital Budget at Last Minute. Newman, Emily // Bond Buyer;4/9/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31611, p3
The General Assembly passed a $740 million capital budget calling for the issuance of general obligation bonds for a variety of public projects at the end of Maryland's legislative session on April 7, 2003. The legislature approved the debt to help fund school construction, housing, education,...
- A Review of the "Revenue Act of 1921" Curtis, Charles // Congressional Digest;May22, Vol. 1 Issue 8, p17
The Revenue Act of 1921 is designed to cover not only all the ordinary expenditures of the U.S. government but to provide in addition $272,000,000 to be used through the sinking fund for the reduction of the public debt. This Act permits an additional exemption of $500 by increasing the...
- Should The Public Debt Limit Be Raised At This Time? PRO. Byrnes, John W. // Congressional Digest;Oct53, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p250
The article presents views of the author on the bill H.R. 6672, in the U.S. House for raising the public debt limit. There is only one reason for increasing this ceiling, and that is to provide a margin of safety in the day-to-day fiscal operations. The general trend of expenditures is down. The...
- Should The Public Debt Limit Be Raised At This Time? PRO. Coldwater, Barry S. // Congressional Digest;Oct53, Vol. 32 Issue 10, p239
The article presents views of the author on a bill for raising the public debt limit in the U.S. House. The sum of $272 billion as debt is a lot of money. The gross national income this year will be only slightly in excess of that amount, probably in the neighborhood of $340 billion. Dangers...