Proposed Improvements in the Congressional Budget Act of 1974: Hearings Before the Committee on the Budget, United States Senate, Ninety-seventh Congress, Second Session, September 14, 16, 21, and 23, 1982
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Page 806 - ... is to be effective for any fiscal year only to such extent or in such amounts as are provided in appropriation Acts.
Page 148 - OF CHARLES A. BOWSHER COMPTROLLER GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ON THE BALANCED BUDGET AND EMERGENCY DEFICIT CONTROL ACT OF 1985 Mr.
Page 394 - US 186, 217 (1962), the doctrine incorporates three inquiries: (i) Does the issue involve resolution of questions committed by the text of the Constitution to a coordinate branch of Government? (ii) Would resolution of the question demand that a court move beyond areas of judicial expertise? (iii) Do prudential considerations counsel against judicial intervention?
Page 146 - Congress to control the budget in both the short term and the long term. There is no magic formula for making this tradeoff. It requires constant long-range planning, monitoring of socioeconomic trends, oversight, monitoring and evaluation of Federal programs and activities, and other "good administrative controls" to support the analysis and decisionmaking on budget priorities for both the short and long terms.
Page 721 - Committees and joint committees submit reports to Budget Committees. April 1 Congressional Budget Office submits report to Budget Committees. April 15 Budget Committees report first concurrent resolution on the budget to their Houses. May 15 Committees report bills and resolutions authorizing new budget authority. May 15 Congress completes action on first concurrent resolution on the budget. 7th day after Labor Day. Congress completes action on bills and resolutions providing new budget authority...
Page 396 - a plain, direct and adequate interest in maintaining the effectiveness of their votes," Coleman v. Miller, 307 US, at 438, not merely a claim of "the right, possessed by every citizen, to require that the Government be administered according to law ... .
Page 221 - STATEMENT OF HON. LAWTON CHILES, A US SENATOR FROM THE STATE OF FLORIDA Senator Chiles. Thank you, sir.
Page 109 - System, the Secretary of the Treasury, the Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, and the economic assistant to the President meet for an informal discussion of economic trends and developments.
Page 394 - (i) Does the issue involve resolution of questions committed by the text of the Constitution to a coordinate branch of government? (ii) Would resolution of the question demand that a court move beyond areas of judicial expertise? (iii) Do prudential considerations counsel against judicial intervention?