- A Guide to the Gimmicks. Baumann, David // Government Executive;Oct99, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p14
Discusses the various methods used by United States legislators and presidents to go around U.S. budget cap laws as of October 1999. Emergency spending; Directed scoring; Low-funding programs; Advanced funding.
- Politics at the summit. Novak, Robert // Indianapolis Business Journal;1/15/96, Vol. 16 Issue 44, p5B
Opinion. Comments on the 1996 budget talks in the United States between members of the US Congress and President Bill Clinton. Views of House Democratic Leader Richard Gephardt on the adjustment of the Consumer Price Index; Description of sessions.
- Shutting down government: Budget crises in the American political system. Williams, Robert; Jubb, Esther // Parliamentary Affairs;Jul96, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p471
Explains the budget crises and government shutdown in the United States in late 1995 and early 1996. Reasons for the shutdown; Theory and practice of budgeting in the American federal government; Problems in the budget process; Techniques and strategies employed to make the budget process work.
- Did you know? // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley;4/26/2002, Issue 322921, p40
Provides information about politics in the U.S. Efforts of the federal government to allocate a budget for educational purposes; Reduction of the sizes of houses in Monterey County; Benefits of the Cal Grant Program.
- Government shutdown is cause for deep thinking. Sowell, Thomas // Headway;Feb96, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p20
Comments on the government shutdown in the United States. Background on the negotiations concerning the federal budget; Budget balancing policies proposed by the Republicans in Congress.
- Budget cuts too deep. Farr, Sam // State Government News;Oct95, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p24
Discusses the impact of the on-going political reform in the United States Congress. Efforts by the Republicans in constructing a plan to redefine the federal government's role; Lack of reasoned debate; Negative effect of the reforms on the people; Reductions of important federal education and...
- House, Senate leaders war with each other over tax cuts. Hopkins, Kara // Human Events;08/14/98, Vol. 54 Issue 31, p5
Reports that during a meeting between the United States House and Senate Republicans on July 22, 1998, the Republicans disapproved of tax reforms proposed by the House. Why the Republicans oppose the tax reform plan proposed by the House; Information on the Republican budget agenda; Comments...
- Senate nixes plan to sunset tax code. // Human Events;08/14/98, Vol. 54 Issue 31, p26
Reports that on July 28, 1998, the United States Senate refused a motion to relinquish the Budget Act with regards to an amendment to abolish the tax code by December 31, 2002. Who proposed the amendment; How the amendment was voted; Why the proposed amendment was rejected by the Senate.
- Does Clinton really care about poor black children? // Human Events;3/8/96, Vol. 52 Issue 9, p1
Comments on the impact of the budget stalemate between the Republicans and the Administration of President Bill Clinton. Democrats' efforts to hold up congressional passage of the District of Columbia's annual federal appropriation; Republican-initiated school voucher pilot project.