Departments of Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development and Independent Agencies Appropriations for Fiscal Year 1996: Corporation for National and Community Service

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Page 409 - This project will be completed in January of 1995 at a cost to the hospital of $6.5 million. In addition, Sacred Heart has to date expended $1.25 million to expand primary care services. We also plan to invest another $1 million in the Center for Primary Health and Family Practice Development. We are very proud of what we have been able to accomplish to date. However, the need for expanded health services is growing rapidly and we know that we must do more in the near future. Sacred Heart continues...
Page 446 - Perhaps the most basic principle of all Indian law, supported by a host of decisions hereinafter analyzed, is the principle that those powers which are lawfully vested in an Indian tribe are not, in general, delegated powers granted by express acts of Congress, but rather inherent powers of a limited sovereignty which has never been extinguished.
Page 354 - Attainment of these standards requires effective and equitable distribution of pollution controls that cannot be determined without a major study of this issue. According to EPA and the California Air Resources Board, existing research data show that air quality caused by the...
Page 87 - GAP report and testimony is free. Additional copies are $2 each. Orders should be sent to the following address, accompanied by a check or money order made out to the Superintendent of Documents, when necessary. Orders for 100 or more copies to be mailed to a single address are discounted 25 percent.
Page 354 - Air Quality Study. The San Joaquin Valley of California and surrounding regions exceed both state and federal clean air standards for small paniculate matter, designated PM-10/PM-2.5.
Page 354 - PM-10 are better addressed and understood, many industries will suffer due to production and transportation problems, diminishing natural resources, and increasing costs of fighting a problem that begs for a soundly researched solution. PM-10 problems stem from a variety of industry and other sources, and they are a significant problem in the areas that are characteristic of much of California. Typical PM-10 sources are dust stirred up by vehicles on unpaved roads, and dirt loosened and carried by...
Page 354 - PM-10 sources are dust stirred up by vehicles on unpaved roads, and dirt loosened and carried by wind during cultivation of agricultural land. Soil erosion through wind and other agents also leads to aggravation of PM-10 air pollution problems.
Page 456 - Act to establish a means for effective coordination of Federal research and activities in noise control, to authorize the establishment of Federal noise emission standards for products distributed in commerce, and to provide information to the public respecting the noise emission and noise reduction characteristics of such products. DEFINITIONS SEC. 3. For purposes of this Act : (1) The term "Administrator" means the Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.
Page 134 - Corporation would rely increasingly on partnerships with well-capitalized, sophisticated financial institutions, including Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the Federal Home Loan Banks, private mortgage insurance companies, state and local housing finance agencies, and community-based organizations, to design a variety of products that meet market needs and share risk. Performance goals would be set to ensure the new...
Page 323 - Chairman of the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians in Wisconsin.

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