Miller, Matthew
October 1995
New Republic;10/2/95, Vol. 213 Issue 14, p12
Assesses the implications of the lack of enacted appropriations bills needed to fund U.S. federal programs that starts October 1, 1995. Speculation about the repercussions of the possibility that President Bill Clinton will veto domestic spending cuts proposed by Congress; Comment on the use of continuing resolutions in funding administrative agencies in the absence of appropriations bills; Significance of the creation of a real budgetary process to fund federal programs.


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