House rejects sunsetting unfunded mandates bill

February 1995
Human Events;2/17/95, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p22
Reports on the US House of Representatives' rejection on the addition of a five-year sunset amendment to the Mandate Reform Bill on February 1, 1995. Expiration of the provision which inhibits Congress' ability to pass the costs of its programs and regulations on to lower levels of government; Reasons why amendments should be sunset.


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