Mixed Notices for the Fighting 94th

January 1976
Time;1/5/1976, Vol. 107 Issue 1, p38
The article discusses the conflicts between U.S. President Gerald R. Ford and the U.S. Congress. It states that Congress asserts its equal authority with the executive branch of the government. It says that Congress rejected the requests of President Ford including one for the lift of Turkey arms embargo and one for South Vietnam military aid. It alleges that the legislative oversight of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) hampered CIA efficiency. It mentions that the House Democrats failed to cope with major issues including federal criminal code revision, gun regulation, and tax code reform, because of the body's unsuccessful leadership. It adds that the President and legislators have conflicts on the major issues that affect the economy which resulted to the rejection of 16 bills.


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