TITLE

LEGISLATIVE REPORT

PUB. DATE
April 1984
SOURCE
Education Week;4/18/1984, Vol. 3 Issue 30, p12
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents a report on the developments of legislation under the U.S. Senate and the House as of April 12, 1984. First Concurrent Budget Resolution for fiscal 1985 was already approved by the House on April 5 and hearings underway in the Senate. A supplemental appropriations for the fiscal 1985 has passed the House on March 6 and April 5 on the Senate. Hearings for the Appropriations for the Department of Agriculture for fiscal 1985 are still underway for both Senate and the House.
ACCESSION #
20893668

 

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