Economic Stabilization--1974: Hearings, Ninety-third Congress, Second Session on H.R. 13206 ...
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974 - 764 pages
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action additional adjustments Administration allowed amend American annual Association authority AVERAGE bargaining base believe bill bill to amend Board capacity capital caused Chairman changes Committee Congress consumer continue Cost of Living Court decision decontrol demand dollar domestic Dunlop Economic Stabilization Act Economic Stabilization Program effect equipment ESTIMATED exempt export extend fact February Federal going higher hospital impact important improve industry inflation inflationary interest investment January labor legislation less levels limited Living Council major MANUFACTURING MARGIN materials million nursing homes operating past percent period petroleum Phase Phase IV present President price controls price increases problems profit proposed question reasonable record reduce regulations Representative result retail rise SALES sector Senator shortages SOURCE statement steel supply tion United wage and price
Page 388 - ... based on the constitutionality of this title or the validity of action taken by any agency under this title) raised in any proceeding before such court. If in any such proceeding an issue by way of defense is raised based on the constitutionality of this title or the validity of agency action under this title, the cases shall be subject to removal by either party to a district court of the United States in accordance with the applicable provisions of chapter 89 of title 28, United States Code.
Page 299 - The President shall be entitled, while this Act is in effect and for a period of two years thereafter, by regulation, subpena, or otherwise, to obtain such information from, require such reports and the keeping of such records by, make such inspection of the books, records, and other writings, premises or property of, and take the sworn testimony of, and administer oaths and affirmations to...
Page 172 - The parties to collective bargaining agreements should address themselves both to short-term and longer run structural problems which they confront in their industries, localities and particular economic environments. Collective bargaining is pre-eminently a method of problem solving through negotiations. No single standard or wage settlement can be equally applicable at one time to all parties in an economy so large, decentralized and dynamic.
Page 431 - Suits for damages or other relief (a) Any person suffering legal wrong because of any act or practice arising out of this title, or any order or regulation issued pursuant thereto, may bring an action in a district court of the United States, without regard to the amount in controversy, for appropriate relief, including an action for a declaratory judgment, writ of injunction (subject to the limitations in section 211), and/or damages.
Page 388 - ... additional evidence so taken, and he shall file such modified or new findings, and his recommendation, if any, for the modification or setting aside of his original order, with the return of such additional evidence.
Page 264 - A 142 (5) Senator Bartlett July 14, 1973 (6) Senator Jackson July 16, 1973 (7) Senator Bartlett July 31, 1973 (8) Senator Bartlett August 1, 1973 Amendment (as amended by Senator Jackson) to S. 1081, Alaskan Pipeline, to exempt certain oil sales from price controls, Ie, the first sale of crude oil and natural gas liquids produced from "stripper wells" from price controls under the ESA and from allocation programs.
Page 387 - ... be responsible to or subject to the supervision or direction of any officer, employee, or agent engaged in the performance of investigative or prosecuting functions for any agency.
Page 176 - Committee may-continue to approve adjustment necessary to maintain or provide reasonable fringe benefits. In the ordinary circumstances fringe benefits are to be considered a part of the package settlement. The Committee intends to explore more specific standards in this area. (e) The Committee may continue to approve adjustments in agreements with low wages and fringes taking into account the area and branch of the industry. 3. No agreement is automatically entitled to an economic adjustment. The...
Page 196 - ... inflationary sector in the American economy. For this reason, and for the unusual market characteristics which caused health care's inflationary performance to operate somewhat independent of the rest of the economy, the health industry has been treated as a special problem and subject to regulations somewhat different from those governing other sectors of the economy. Impact of the Economic Stabilization Program After two years of controls, the indices of inflation show significant improvement....