The parameters by which Congress considers tax and spending legislation are predetermined by a set of specific procedures delineated in the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 as amended.
What does CBA stand for?
CBA stands for Congressional Budget Act
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As required by House Rules and the Congressional Budget Act, the Committee is required to report its Views and Estimates--which is a document incorporating the Committee's approval and/or proposed changes to the administration's proposed SBA budget--by this Friday, March 18.
Some might say not spending the full budget constitutes impoundment per the Congressional Budget act of 1974.
Rules governing the federal budget process have evolved continually since the passage of the Congressional Budget Act in 1974.
If this scenario plays itself out, it would mark only the second time (the first was in 1998) that Congress has failed to produce a budget resolution since the federal budget process was established by the 1974 Congressional Budget Act (PL 93-344).
Section 605 authorizes the appropriation to the Defense Vessels Transfer Program Account such funds as may be necessary to cover the costs (as defined in Section 502, Congressional Budget Act of 1974, 2 U.
This year, which marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Congressional Budget Act, is a good time to review how the budget process has evolved over the past twenty-five years and to assess how well it has worked.
It would repeal the Full Employment and Balanced Growth Act of 1978 (the "Humphrey-Hawkins Act") and certain related provisions in the Employment Act of 1946 and the Congressional Budget Act of 1974.