D.C. appropriations bill facing another delay in Congress
- Despite a Congressional order. Goodrich, Lawrence J.; MacLachlan, Suzanne L. // Christian Science Monitor;3/6/95, Vol. 87 Issue 68, p2
Provides the details of the budget plans of Washington Mayor Barry.
- Symposium. Norton, Eleanor Holmes; Taylor, Charles // Insight on the News;07/06/98, Vol. 14 Issue 25, p28
Presents opposing views on the decision of the United States Congress to allow the District of Columbia to control its own budget. Political party expected to lead the fight against the budget provision; Major mistakes made by the control board in working with the Congress for the financial...
- The House was expected to pass a bill yesterday. Mutch, David; Nordahl, Peter E. // Christian Science Monitor;4/4/95, Vol. 87 Issue 89, p2
Reports that the House was expected to pass a bill in the House on April 3, 1995, which was to create a financial oversight board for the District of Columbia.
- House passes D.C. bill with vouchers. // Human Events;10/24/97, Vol. 53 Issue 40, p27
Focuses on the Fiscal 1998 D.C. Appropriations bill which includes a school-voucher program for the District of Columbia. Budget authority for the district; Vote for the institution of the voucher program for low-income students.
- Senate passes $3.5 D.C. budget. // Human Events;11/11/94, Vol. 50 Issue 43, p23
Reports on the Senates's passing of the $3.5-billion fiscal year 1995 appropriations bill for the District of Columbia. Provisions and restrictions; Comments from supporters and opponents; Voting statistics.
- Senate refuses to consider D.C. spending bill. // Human Events;3/15/96, Vol. 52 Issue 10, p22
Reports on the US Senate's failure to pass an appropriation bill for Washington, D.C. Results of a rollcall vote on the bill; Key provisions of the bill.
- House passes D.C. appropriations bill. // Human Events;11/13/93, Vol. 53 Issue 46, p23
Reports on the passage in the House of Representatives of the District of Columbia Appropriations bill (HR2492). Amount authorized for the district to be spent in locally raised funds. Supporter; Opponent; Roll-call vote.
- Surplus, clean audit for 1997 move D.C. toward a recovery. Resnick, Amy B. // Bond Buyer;02/10/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30328, p1
Focuses on the results of a financial audit for the government of Washington D.C. in 1997. Production of a budget surplus; Areas of spending where the government generated savings according to KMPG Peat Marwick.
- Slow pay, low pay, no pay. Berkman, Leslie // AHA News;1/22/96, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p2
Reports on District of Columbia health care officials' protest against Mayor Marion Barry's proposal to pare back the district's 1996 budget by red pencilling funds to pay old Medicaid bills. Defense offered by Rodney Palmer, Barry's director of policy.