Municipal bond and state and local finance legislative status report
- Legislative status report. // Bond Buyer;10/07/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30246, p4
Presents updates on the status of public finance-related legislation in Washington, D.C., as of October 7, 1997. Includes provisions of the 1997 Taxpayer Relief Act; Balanced Budget Act; 1998 Appropriations Bill.
- A taxing autumn reading list. // CPA Journal;Sep93, Vol. 63 Issue 9, p9
Presents reading materials that can facilitate the understanding of the implications of the Revenue Reconciliation Act of 1993. Featured article in the October 1993 issue of The CPA Journal; Documents offered by the Commerce Clearing House; Contact information.
- A hopeful ratio. Doherty, Brian // Reason;Aug/Sep96, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p12
Reports on the decline in ratio of spending-increase bills to spending-cut bills from 1991 to 1995. Less willingness of members of Congress to sponsor costly bills.
- Statement on Signing the Departments of Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development, and Independent Agencies Appropriations Act, 2002. Bush, George W. // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;12/3/2001, Vol. 37 Issue 48, p1714
Presents the text of a statement given by United States President George W. Bush on November 26, 2001, which deals with the signing of the Departments of Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development and Independent Agencies Appropriations Act, 2002.
- The grim truth about Gramm-Rudman. Mitchell, Daniel J. // Policy Review;Spring90, Issue 52, p76
Focuses on the Gramm-Rudman Act. Viewed success; Spending control mechanism; Impact on the deficit.
- Financial management legislation update. // Armed Forces Comptroller;Fall94, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p7
Presents a synopsis of the Government Management Reform Act, P.L. 103-56, also denoted as the Federal Financial Management Act of 1994. Requirement that all federal agencies under the Chief Financial Officers (CFO) Act submit annual audited financial statements; Financial management provisions:...
- Senate increases spending cuts to $1.8 billion. // Human Events;4/14/94, Vol. 51 Issue 14, p23
Reports on the Senate's approval of a bill to increase the amount of rescinded spending to $1.8 billion. Arguments for and against the proposal; List of Senators who voted for and against the bill.
- Slaying the deficit. // Newsweek;11/11/85, Vol. 106 Issue 20, p22
The Gramm-Rudman bill, which has already taken the Senate by storm and would force Congress to produce a balance budget by the end of the decade, or else, was countered by a somewhat modified Democratic alternative last week. House Speaker Thomas P. (Tip) O'Neill kept his normally fractious...
- Gramm-Rudman affects 1986 budget. // Newsweek;1/13/86, Vol. 107 Issue 2, p30
House Democrats wanted to make certain the Gramm-Rudman deficit targets would pinch before the Congressional elections, and they succeeded. The compromise bill that passed Congress last month included an immediate trimming of an additional $11.7 billion from the already approved 1986 budget.