Scoring is vital in budget game

Francis, David R.
January 1995
Christian Science Monitor;1/6/95, Vol. 87 Issue 29, p9
Reports on the proposed joint hearing on `dynamic scoring,' by two congressional budget committees at the Capitol Hill. Objectives of dynamic hearing; Congress rules on tax or budget cuts; Views of analysts on the issue of dynamic scoring.


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