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1960 Washington Report 1 (1960)

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No.   1-i96o                        Washington 5, D. C.      January 4., 1960
IMflNENT SPEMNG ISSUES BEYOND BOUNDS OF BUDGET PROPOSALS
Early in the session of Congress mhich begins this week, the lawmakers
will be faced with spending issues outside the scope of budgeted programs.
Several highly controversial measures of this character received atten-
tion in the first session of the present Eighty-sixth Congress, and have
progressed part way through the legislative process.
These issues include the following:
Passed by both Houses and awaiting adjustments in conference:
Amendments broadening the present program of GRANTS TO MUNICIPAIITIES
FOR YASTE TREATMENT FACILITIES.
Passed by Senate and reported by a House committee:
AREA REDEVELOPMENT BILL, reported by House Committee on Banking and
Currency and awaiting House Rules Committee clearance.
Passed by Senate and pending in House committees:
EDUCAIONAL TELEVISION BILL, pending in House Committee on Inter-
state and Foreign Commerce.
YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPS BILL, before House Committee on Education
and Labor.
Reported by a committee in each House but not passed in eithert
FEDERAL AID FOR EDUCATION BILLS, reported by House Committee on Ed-
ucation and Labor and Senate Committee on Labor and Public Y elfare.
Approved by a House subcommittee after hearings:
COMMUNITY FACILITIES BILL, for loans to accelerate local public wrrks,
approved by a subcommittee of the House Committee on Banking and Currency,
and also pending before Senate Committee on Banking and Currency.
Although not as far advanced as some of the other measures mentioned,
the issue posed by the aid to education legislation (see page 5) may be
the first to arise during this new session, Statements attributed to the
Senate leadership have indicated that the school aid legislation reported
last year in the Senate may be the first major legislation in that body.

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