The 1960s saw the creation of Medicaid, a shared state-federal program, and in the '70s, general revenue sharing provided unrestricted federal financial assistance to states and localities.
What does GRS stand for?
GRS stands for General Revenue Sharing
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We have 177 other meanings of GRS in our Acronym Attic
- Gamma Ray Spectrometer
- Gamma Remote Sensing Spectrometer
- Gamma Rho Sigma (fraternity)
- Gas Reservoir Suspension (automotive)
- Gaseous Radwaste System
- Gemeentelijk Ruimtelijk Structuurplan (Dutch: Municipal Spatial Structure; Belgium)
- Gender Reassignment Surgery
- General Railway Signal (now part of ALSTOM Transport; railway signaling equipment supplier)
- General Reconnaissance School
- General Records Schedules
- Generale de Rehabilitation Services
- Generalized Reed-Solomon (coding scheme)
- Generic Recording System
- Genital Reconstruction Surgery
- Geodetic Reference System (datum)
- Geometric Radiating Surface
- Geoscience and Remote Sensing (Symposium)
- Geosynthetic-Reinforced Soil
- Geriatrics Review Syllabus
- German Radar Symposium
Samples in periodicals archive:
In 1972, the General Revenue Sharing program was enacted.
WET"), has entered into a General Revenue Sharing Agreement with Coale's Environmental Systems, Inc.
Epitomized by President Richard Nixon's general revenue sharing program of the 1970s, general purpose grants come with few, if any, limitations on how they are to be spent.
7 million in the year-ago quarter primarily due to an increase in UTP plan revenue sharing and the introduction of the NASDAQ General Revenue Sharing Program in the first quarter 2004.
Slater helped secure the enactment and re-enactment of the General Revenue Sharing program, the passage of the Community Development Block Grant and Urban Development Action Grant programs, and was actively involved in all other domestic legislation affecting cities.
GENERAL REVENUE SHARING President Richard Nixon made general revenue sharing a centerpiece of his New Federalism initiative.
He talked about President Nixon's "new federalism" which included general revenue sharing and model cities.