Franc, Mike
October 2005
Human Events;10/24/2005, Vol. 61 Issue 36, p18
This section presents information on legislative proposed in the U.S. Congress in 2005. The Setting Priorities in Spending Act which would repeal 14 federal education programs that studies show are inefficient, duplicative, or simply unnecessary. The House has already voted to zero out $246 million in funding for these programs, but the Senate persists in keeping them on life support.


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