appropriation bill

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a legislative act proposing to authorize the expenditure of public funds for a specified purpose

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Fattah spearheaded the efforts to establish a National Brain Observatory in the FY 15 CJS Appropriations Bill.
The Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies appropriations bill provides $17.
Between the Commerce, Justice, and Science appropriations bill and the Homeland Security appropriations bill passed by the House last month, state and local public safety agencies stand to lose over $2 billion in federal funding.
The THUD appropriations bill will be considered by the Senate s full Appropriations Committee.
The FY 2010 Interior Appropriations bill was passed in the House by a vote of 247-178 and in the Senate by a vote of 72-28.
Constitution requires all government Appropriations bills to originate in the U.
Under the appropriations bill, the Department of Energy Office of Fusion Energy Sciences will receive $286.
The agricultural appropriations bill that passed the House has that amount earmarked for the RMA's data-mining efforts; the funding bill is now in the hands of the Senate Appropriations Committee.
based watchdog group Taxpayers for Common Sense found that the 1980 federal defense appropriations bill had 62 ``earmark'' projects - a number that soared to 2,671 last year.
At the behest of church lobbyists, Republican Senator Robert Bennett, chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, quietly inserted an amendment to the agriculture appropriations bill that was signed into law on November 10.
6 billion Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations bill funds a variety of programs and services administered by the Department of Defense, the VA and other federal agencies.
BUT WHEN AN IRAQ APPROPRIATIONS BILL CONTAINED A LINE FORBIDDING TORTURE:
One of the bills, the Department of Defense's Fiscal Year 2006 appropriations bill, includes hurricane-related aid: $750 million for public and private schools that were directly affected by hurricanes and $645 million for public and private schools that have enrolled displaced students (in increments of $6,000 for general education students and $7,500 for special education students).
The appropriations bill must be passed prior to the end of each fiscal year--September 30th--or operations must cease, as happened briefly in 1995.
Another CR will be passed by 18 Nov 05 for the appropriations that remain unfinished, including the FY06 Defense Appropriations bill.