Compromise Agreement

January 1982
Congressional Digest;Jan1982, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p2
Focuses on issues of foreign aid and social welfare programs in the U.S. Submission of an agreement by conferees from the House and Senate to the Office of Management and Budget; Announcement of the president to House and Senate leadership on the rejection of the agreement sent by conferees from the House and Senate; Acceptance of a last minute compromise by the House followed by the Senate.


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