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COMMITTEE ON THE BUDGET
EDMUND S. MUSKIE, Maine, Chairman WARREN G. MAGNUSON, Washington HENRY BELLMON, Oklahoma FRANK E. MOSS, Utah
ROBERT DOLE, Kansas WALTER F. MONDALE, Minnesota
J. GLENN BEALL, JR., Maryland ERNEST F. HOLLINGS, South Carolina JAMES L. BUCKLEY, New York ALAN CRANSTON, California
JAMES A. MCCLURE, Idaho LAWTON CHILES, Florida
PETE V. DOMENICI, New Mexico JAMES ABOUREZK, South Dakota JOSEPH R. BIDEN, JR., Delaware SAM NUNN, Georgia
DOUGLAS J. BENNET, JR., Staff Director
JOHN T. McEvoy, Chief Counsel
A. The problem..
C. Basic approaches and decisions.
II. Growth: How fast?..
III. The "direct response" of the Federal budget to unemployment:
A. A variety of instruments ----
B. Enhanced employability and incentives -
C. Income maintenance for the employable-
D. Direct employment.--
Charts and graphs:
Distribution of the civilian labor force and recession-induced unem-
ployment among age groups.
FEDERAL ASSISTANCE TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
I. Introduction and summary--
II. Current programs and the President's proposals ...
III. Objectives of Federal assistance-----
IV. Fiscal year 1977 budget issues and options:
A. General revenue sharing-
B. Anti-recession assistance.--
C. Law enforcement assistance..
D. Exclusion from Federal income taxes of interest on municipal
E. The President's proposals for categorical grants.
Federal grants to State and local governments (outlays)
ments, fiscal years 1967 and 1976.--.
Federal grants-in-aid outlays by function.
Comparison of anti-recession programs.--
Comparison of President's policy for block grants proposals ---