Compiles 250 specific policy options for reducing federal spending or increasing revenues in a wide variety of programs. It is intended to help policymakers maintain budgetary discipline and accomplish related policy goals. Part One includes more than 200 options for reducing spending, organized by the functional categories of the budget. Part Two presents more than 50 options for generating revenues. The report concludes with an appendix listing the scorekeeping guidelines used to enforce the discretionary spending limits and pay-as-you-go requirement of the Budget Enforcement Act of 1990 (as amended). Charts and tables.Under the Clean Air Act, the EPA sets national standards for ambient air quality and is directed to review those standards every five years. In 1997, the EPA completed its review of the standards, finalized standards for fine particulate matter, and revised those for ozone and coarse ... Under the EPAa#39;s current timetable, states would begin to submit plans for controlling fine PM for EPA approval in 2005.
|Title||:||Maintaining Budgetary Discipline|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1999-08-01|