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Nader, Ralph:

Proposed Substitute for S. 373.---
Proposed Amendment to the Antideficiency Act...
Proposed standing statute ----

Letter of Feb. 12, 1973.--.
National Association of State Foresters, Kenneth B. Pomeroy, Washington

Representative, letter of February 15, 1973. ---------
National Limestone Institute, "Resolution on Impoundment".---
Nebraska, State of, Thomas D. Doyle, Director-State Engineer:

Telegram of February 6, 1973....

Letter of February 9, 1973, with attachments... Nelson, Hon. Gaylord, a U.S. Senator from the State of Wisconsin, statement concerning the introduction of the “Impoundment Procedures

Bill”, Congressional Record, January 16, 1973Office of Economic Opportunity:

“Termination of Section 221 Funding'', release of January 29, 1973.. Office of Management and Budget:

"Amounts Withheld From Obligation, by Agency and Account

(February, 1971)”, list, March 26, 1971.-
Answer to question concerning impoundment of Emergency School

Assistance Act funds.----
Answer to question concerning impoundment of Indian Education

funds.-----
Answer to question concerning dismantling of regional medical

programs service of HEW...
List of Impounded Funds, March 1972.---
“Budgetary Reserves for Routine Financial Administration, June 30,

1972", list-----
“Reserves for Reasons Other Than Routine Financial Administra-

tion, June 30, 1972'', list.--
Answer to question concerning impoundment of funds appropriated

for the Federal Trade Commission for fiscal year 1972.-----------
Ash, Hon. Roy L., Director-Designate:

Letter of January 31, 1973-------

Additional comments concerning regulatory agencies ----
"Budgetary Reserves as of January 29, 1973", report submitted to

Honorable Spiro T. Agnew, President of the Senate, pursuant to
Title IV of Public Law 92-599, with accompanying letter from

Roy L. Ash, Director, February 5, 1973.----
“Responsibilities of the Office of Management and Budget”, excerpt

from Office of Management and Budget Manual, section 200.-----
"Reserves for 'Other Developments' Under the Antideficiency Act".
Statement concerning OMB clearance for agency replys to cong-

gressional requests for comments on proposed legislation ---Ohio Conference of Community Development, Inc., Columbus, Ohio, Gloria M. Snider, President:

Letter of February 7, 1973.--

Resolution, January 25, 1973.-
Ohio Department of Transportation, J. Phillip Richley, Director, letter

to Hendrik E. Stafseth, Executive Director, American Association of

State Highway Officials, January 23, 1973. ---
Oklahoma, State of, Department of Highways, C. D. Payne, Chairman,

and R. A. Ward, Director, letter of February 2, 1973.-
Pickle, Hon. J. J., U.S. Representative from the Tenth Congressional
District of the State of Texas:
General Explanation of Impoundment's Effects on the 10th Dis-

trict".
“Office of Management and Budget: 'Sound Fiscal Management' or

Frozen Fund Fiasco?'', remarks in the House of Representatives,

July 26, 1972 (special order).----
President of United States, extract from “Transcript of the President's

News Conference on Foreign and Domestic Matters," New York Times,

Feb. 1, 1973.------
Randolph, Hon. Jennings, a U.S. Senator from the State of West Virginia;

Chairman, Senate Public Works Committee, "Impounded Highway
Funds Delay Safety Improvements”, American Road Builder, August
1972..

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Rehnquist, William H., Assistant Attorney General, Office of Legal Coun-
sel, Department of Justice:
"Presidential Authority to Impound Funds Appropriated for Assist-

ance to Federally Impacted Schools”, memorandum to Hon.
Edward L. Morgan, Deputy Counsel to the President, December 1, Page

1969. ---Presidential Authority to Impound Funds Appropriated for Office

of Education Programs”, memorandum to Hon. Edward L. Mor

gan, Deputy Counsel to the President, December 19, 1969.------- 580a Reid, Hon. Ogden, U.S. Representative from the Twenty-sixth Congressional District of the State of New York:

News release, Jan. 16, 1973-----
“The Congressional Oversight Act of 1973”, a bill to implement the

constitutional prerogatives and responsibilities of the legislative

branch (draft bill, H.R. 2403)---
"The Congressional Oversight Act of 1973, Section-by-section

Analysis”.-
Saint Paul, Minnesota, City of, Housing and Redevelopment Authority,

news release, January 31, 1973.---
San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, Robert L. Rumsey, Executive

Director, letter to Hon. Alan Cranston, U.S. Senator from the State of

California, January 17, 1973---San Antonio, Texas, City of, John Gatti, Mayor, telegram to The President of the United States, January 23, 1973.-

794 South Carolina, State of:

West, Hon. John G., Governor, letter of February 6, 1973.--
"Draft Statement on Effect of Withholding Federal-aid Highway
Funds”.

797 Taylor, Clair E., Old Town, Maine, letter to Senator Edmund Muskie --- 160 Thornburgh, Jolin, Chairman, Maryland Coalition of National Priorities,

"Impounding Clean Water”, letter to the editor, The Evening Star and Daily News, Washington, D.C., January 29, 1973.----

1049 Thurow, Lester C., Professor of Economics and Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, letter to Hon. Michael Harrington, January 5, 1973.-----

680 United States Senate, Committee on Appropriations, "Budget estimates of

new budget (obligational) authority and budget outlays for fiscal 1974",

February 1, 1973.-----------
Williams, J. D., Director, Hinckley Institute of Politics, The University

of Utah, “The Impounding of Funds by the Bureau of the Budget”,
Inter-University Case Program #28; with accompanying letter of
February 13, 1973...

TABLES AND COMPILATIONS “Amounts Withheld From Obligation by Agency and Account (February,

1971)”, list, Office of Management and Budget.-List of Impounded Funds”, statement by Hon. Sam J. Ervin, Jr., with

list, 118 Congressional Record, No. 37, Š 3845, March 13, 1972... “Budgetary Reserves for Routine Financial Administration", Office of

Management and Budget, Table, June 30, 1972.--Reserves for Reasons Other Than Routine Financial Administration”,

Office of Management and Budget, table, June 30, 1972.------“Chairman Evins Releases Partial Listing of Impoundment by Office of

Management and Budget of Funds Appropriated by Congress," Representative Joe L. Evins (D-Tenn.), a member of the Committee on Appropriations and Chairman of the Subcommittee on Public Works and Atomic Energy Commission Appropriations, press release with list,

January 15, 1973.----“Budgetary Reserves as of January 29, 1973," Office of Management and

Budget, list, with accompanying letter, Roy L. Ash, Director, to Honor-
able Spiro T. Agnew, President of the Senate, February 5, 1973.------

LITIGATION
Robert S. Burns v. John A. Volpe as Secretary of Transportation of the U.S.

Department of Transportation, et al, in the U.S. District Court for the
District of Maryland.----

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The Canal Authority of the State of Florida v. Stanley R. Resor, individually

and as Secretary of the Army, et al, in the U.S. District Court, Middle

District of Florida, No. 71-92-Civ-J...
Campaign Clean Water, Inc. v. William D. Ruckelshaus, Administrator,

Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. District Court, Eastern

District of Virginia, Richmond Division.-----
Augusto Guadamuz, et al, v. Roy L. Ash, Director, Office of Management and

Budget, et al, in the Ú.S. District Court for the District of Columbia,

Civil Action No. 73----
The Minnesota Chippewa Tribe, et al v. Frank C. Carlucci, Individually and as

Acting Secretary of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, et al,
in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, Civil Action No.

175-73---
The City of New York v. William D. Ruckelshaus, as Administrator of the
United States Environmental Protection Agency, in the U.S. District

Court, for the District of Columbia---
State Highway Commission of Missouri v. John A. Volpe, Secretary of Trans-

portation, and Caspar W. Weinberger, Director, Office of Management and
Budget, in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri,

Central Division, Civil Action No. 72–1516------
George E. Brown, Jr. V. William D. Ruckelshaus, as Administrator of the

United States Environmental Protection Agency, in the U.S. District Court,

Central District of California --
South Carolina State Highway Department v. John A. Volpe, Secretary of

Transportation, and Caspar W. Weinberger, Director, Office of Management
and Budget, in the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina,
Columbia Division, Civil Action No. 72-940...

NEWS ARTICLES
Alsop, Joseph, "Is Congress Just Huffing and Puffing?”, The Washington
Post, January 29, 1973.--

-------Amsterdam (New York) Recorder, The

"Release of Federal Development Funds Urged by Gomulka”,

January 19, 1973.----
"High Rise Interwoven with City's Future”, editorial January 22,

1973...
Anchorage Alaska News, "Election Fund?'', March 29, 1972
Andelman, David A., "Pollution-Less Money for the Big Cleanup",

The New York Times, December 4, 1972.---
Asbury, Edith Evans, "U.S. Freeze Casts Doubt on Future of 120 Proj-

ects", The New York Times, February 4, 1973_-
Averill, John H., “Democrats to Fight Nixon on Priorities But Leadership

Votes to Hold to His Budget Limit”, Los Angeles Times, January 31,

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Benson, Miles, "Ervin Plans Challenge to Impounding”, Anchorage

Alaska News, January 28, 1973.---
Braestrup, Peter, “White House Halves Clean-Water Funds,” The Wash-

ington Post, November 29, 1972-----
Broder, David S.: "Senators Gird to Battle Nixon on Impoundment”, The

Washington Post, January 31, 1973.---
“Ash Clarifies Stand on Impoundments”, The Washington Post, Feb-

ruary 2, 1973.------
Broder, David S. and Mary Russell, “Rural Aid Revival Is Voted, House

Fights Nixon Freeze In 251-142 Test”, The Washington Post, February

8, 1973... Californian, The, Bakersfield, California, “Quotes in the News”, February

1, 1973.--. Cannon, Lou, "Nixon Defends Funds Impoundment”, The Washington

Post, February 1, 1973.-Cincinnati Enquirer:

“FHA Subsidy Halt Affects 3,000 Units”, January 10, 1973--------

"Fund Freeze Disturbs Local Groups", January 28, 1973. Clancy, Paul, “Congress 'Gave Up Meekly', HHH, Others Decry Loss of

Powers”, Miami Herald, January 31, 1973----

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Cohn, Lee M., The Evening Star and Daily News, Washington, D.C.:

"Spending Cuts Would Exceed $6.9 Billion”, October 5, 1972.---
“Nixon Vetoes $29.3 Billion Labor, HEW Appropriation”, October 27,
1972...

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“Nixon Cuts Programs $6.5 Billion", January 29, 1973-
Crenshaw, Albert B., "Albert Raps Nixon Cutbacks”, The Evening Star

and Daily News, Washington, D.C., February 12, 1973.-------Dale, Edwin L. Jr., “Wide Spending Reforms Urged in Congress Study

Annual Ceiling Is Proposed", The New York Times, February 7, 1973.-
Daniel, Clifton, “Nixon and Spending: President Sees Victory", The New

York Times, February 5, 1973 ---
Denver Post, “Nader: Put 'Tough Rein On Nixon”, January 31, 1973. ---
Dietsch, Robert, “Spending Battle Between Nixon, Congress Heats

Up", Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colorado, February 1, 1973.---
Egan, Richard, "A Twist on the Purse-String Battle”, National Observer,

New York, February 17, 1973. -----
Elder, Shirley, The Evening Star and Daily News, Washington, D.C.:

"Mr. Constitution: It's All Up to Him”, January 30, 1973.
"Impoundments Unconstitutional, Rehnquist Told Nixon”, Febru-

ary 7, 1973.----
“Nixon Defied on Farm Funds”, February 8, 1973..

“The War Over Impounded Funds", February 11, 1973 ----Elsasser, Glen, “Congress, Nader Upset: Furor Increases Over Nixon

Fiscal Stand”, Chicago Tribune, February 5, 1973.-----
Evening Capitól, “Colorful Ervin Attracts Controversy”, Annapolis,
Maryland, February 19, 1973----

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Evening Star and Daily News, The, Washington, D.C.:
"Key Nixon Officials Link Tax Lid to Spending Ceiling”, October 3,

1972.--------------- -“Woodcock Hits Nixon's Policy on Environment", November 29,

1972.-----------------------------------“Water Cleanup Delay”, editorial, December 4, 1972 “Evins Says Nixon Impounded Funds Totaling $12 Billion”, Jan

uary 16, 1973---... And the State of the Opposition", editorial, January 21, 1973.. “Budget Confrontation", editorial, January 24, 1973.... “Ash Says U.S. to Aid Viets At Cost of Domestic Needs”, February 11,

“A Tough Line On Domestic Spending”, editorial, February 11, 1973 Federal Times, “Amtrak for Arkansas--Fulbright Seeking Foreign Aid

Cuts”, February 21, 1973---
Fialka, John, “Environmentalists On Hill Hit Nixon Fund Impounding",

The Evening Star and Daily News, Washington, D.C., November 29,
Finney, John W., "Congress-Challenge To the Lawmakers", The New

York Times, December 3, 1972.---
Greensboro Daily News, “The 'Impoundment Flap”, editorial, Greensboro,

N.C., February 9, 1973.---.
Hamilton, Martha, "Broyhill, Hogan Act To Save Impact Aid”, The

Washington Post, February 10, 1973
Heffner, Linda J., "Nixon Budget Sets Stage for Battle; Congress Fires

Opening Salvos”, Philadelphia Bulletin, February 2, 1973..
Hendron, Ron, “Bare Bones Budget: Story of Bombs vs. Books”, Washing-

ton Weekly, volumn II, No. 31 (1972) ---
Hill, Don, "They're Trying To Open the Money Tap", The Virginian-

Pilot, Norfolk, Va., February 4, 1973-
Horner, Garnett D., “Nixon Says Right to Impound Based on U.S.

Constitution", The Evening Star and Daily News, Washington, D.C.,
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Houston Post, “Pickle Pushing Bill To Cut Back President's Power”,

February 1, 1973.
Humphries, Bill, “Farm Program Dropped”, The News and Observer,

Raleigh, N. C., December 27, 1972.---
Journal, “Impounding Funds”, Providence, R.I., November 1, 1972.-----
Kennedy, John, “HUD Ruling Halts Delaware Housing”, State News

(Dover, Del.), January 10, 1973.---
Kraft, Joseph, "Budget Battle, Round One", The Washington Post,

February 11, 1973..
La Course, Richard, “Nixon Administration Slashes BIA Budget”, The

Cherokee One Feather, Cherokee, N.C., October 4, 1972...
Large, Arlen, and Norman Miller, "Back to Battle", Wall Street Journal,

January 2, 1973------
Lawrence, David, “Can Deficits Be Congress-Proof?”, The Evening Star

and Daily News, Washington, D.C., October 16, 1972
Long Island Press, “Congress vs. the President”, editorial, Long Island,

N.Y., February 7, 1973.-----
Lyons, Richard L., and Spencer Rich "Senate Defies President for OMB

Voice", The Washington Post, February 6, 1973.---
Mathews, Jay, “3-Year Wait Seen in Plan For Potomac”, The Washington

Post, January 25, 1973-------------------------------------------
Miami News, "Is Great Society on Way Out?'', January 27, 1973. ----
Milius, Peter, “Nixon Defends Budget Cuts”, The Washington Post,

Washington, D.C., January 29, 1973..
Miller, Norman and' Arlen Large, “Back to Battle”, Wall Street Journal,

January 2, 1973.--
Minneapolis' Tribune, The, "Loan Freeze Chills Hope for Home Repairs”,

February 2, 1973-
Morgan Guaranty Survey, The Morgan Guaranty Trust Company, New

York, "Getting a Grip on the Federal Purse”, January 1973.--
Morning Globe, “Mr. Nixon Takes His Stand", Boston, Massachusetts,

February 2, 1973..----
Murray, David, Chicago Sun-Times:

"Nader Suggests a Bill to Curb Impounding", January 31, 1973.--
“Sam Ervin Gets the Congress Crusade Rolling”', Chicago Sun-Times,

February 4, 1973.---
Naughton, James M. The New York Times:

"Ervin Assuming Leadership in Effort to Reassert the Authority of

Congress”, February 4, 1973.---
“Wide Spending Reforms Urged in Congress Study_Official Upholds

Nixon", February 7, 1973. ---
“House Votes Bill To Require Nixon To Release Fund”, February

8, 1973.-----
“Nixon's Challenge-Struggle Over the Power of The Purse”, Feb-

ruary 11, 1973...

"Funds Release Pushed In Senate”, February 12, 1973. ----News and Observer, The, Raleigh, N.C.:

"Highway Fund Suit Pondered", Sept. 9, 1972.-

“Ervin Mulls Stiffer Impoundment Statute”, February 12, 1973New York Post, The, "Nixon Aide Says Curbs on Spending Are Legal", February 6, 1973---

-----New York Times, The:

"Power of the Purse", October 27, 1972..
Randal, Judith, “Fund Freeze on Wastes Hit”, The Evening Star and

Daily News, Washington, D.C., December 1, 1972..
Rich, Spencer and Mary Russell, “Hill Strikes At Budget on Three

Fronts", The Washington Post, February 2, 1973..
Rich, Spencer and Richard L. Lyons, "Senate Defies President for OMB

Voice", The Washington Post, February 6, 1973.------
Ritter, Dick, Federal Times, February 21, 1973:
"Power Struggle and the Pawn”.

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"Nixon Aides Back Impoundment”-----------------
"The Capitol Circuit"...
“Senate Seeks Way To Block Nixon Funds Impoundment"..

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