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The Congress is considering over a hundred proposals that would limit the growth of federal spending or revenues, prohibit federal budget deficits, or both. Some of the proposals are in the form of amendments to the U.S. Constitution while others are in the form of legislation. One of these, S.J. Res. 58, has already passed the U.S. Senate. All of the proposals presume that the current budgetary procedures are incapable of overcoming a perceived bias in favor of ever greater levels of federal expenditures and persistent deficits. This study, prepared at the request of the Senate Committee on the Budget and the House ...
Senator Tom Seymour from Minot, North Dakota -- Professor, Minot State University -- Board of Directors, SRT Communications, INC LETTER OPINION 2010-L-11 June 28, 2010 The Honorable Robert R. Peterson State Auditor 600 East Boulevard Avenue, Dept. 117 Bismarck, ND 58505 Dear Mr. Peterson: Thank you for your letter asking several questions regarding the performance audit of capital projects of the North Dakota University System (University System).1 Your questions specifically involve North Dakota State University’s College of Business building, Richard H. Barry Hall (Barry Hall),2 ... Read More
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EXPENDITURE WITHOUT STATUTORY AUTHORITY
JCCC Board of Trustees Meeting 4-15-09
Senate Session 2010-03-26 (11:38:58-12 ...