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Cederberg, Hon. Elford A., a Representative in Congress from the State Page of Michigan, statement.
110 Davis, Hon. Glenn R., a Representative in Congress from the State of Wisconsin, statement.
123 Gunter, Hon. Bill, a Representative in Congress from the State of Florida, statement
347 Harrington, Hon. Michael J., a Representative in Congress from the State of Mosschusetts. statement..
297 llis, Hon. Elwood H., a Representative in Congress from the State of Indiana, statement.
BUDGET CONTROL ACT OF 1973
THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1973
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
Washington, 'D.c. The committee met at 10:15 a.m., pursuant to notice, in room H-313, the Capitol, Hon. Ray J. Madden (chairman of the committee) presiding.
The CHAIRMAN. The Rules Committee today begins consideration of H.R. 7130, a bill to improve congressional control over budgetary outlay and receipt totals. Without objection a copy of H.R. 7130 as introduced, will be included in the record at this point.
H. R. 7130
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
APRIL 18. 1973
BROYHILL of North Carolina, Mr. Manox, Mr. BURKE of Massachusetts,
Senate to improve congressional control over budgetary
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa
2 tives of the United States of America in Congress assembled,
3 SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE; TABLE OF CONTENTS.
(a) SHORT TITLE.—This Act may be cited as the
TITLE I-CHANGES IN RULES OF HOUSE AND SENATE
PART 2 CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET Sec. 121. Adoption of congressional budget. Sec. 122. Revision of congressional budget. Sec. 123. Timetable for first concurrent resolution on the budget for the
Sec. 124. Congress must adopt final concurrent resolution on the budget
before adjourning. Sec. 125. Consideration of concurrent resolutions to be expedited.
PART 3-Tax SURCHARGE Sec. 131. Tax surcharge required where budget deficit will be greater, or
surplus will be smaller, than that determined to be appropriate.
PART 4 COMPLIANCE WITH RESPECT TO CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET Sec. 141. Amendments to concurrent resolutions. Sec. 142. Legislation dealing with congressional budget must be handled
by budget committees. Sec. 143. Concurrent resolution on budget must be adopted before appro
priations, and changes in revenues and public debt limit, are
made. Sec. 144. Requirements for legislation and amendments providing new
budget authority. Sec. 145. Budget authority legislation may be required to contain outlay
PART 5–-IMPROVEMENTS IN FISCAL PROCEDURES Sec. 151. Limitations on new permanent budget authority. Sec. 152. Limitations on new spending authority. Sec. 153. Requirement of authorizations by legislative committees before
beginning of fiscal year. Sec. 154. Jurisdiction to consider and report legislation rescinding budget
Part 6–TECHNICAL AND CONFORMING AMENDMENTS Sec. 161. Amendments to House Rules. Sec. 162. Amendments to Standing Rules of the Senate. Sec. 163. Amendments to Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946. Sec. 164. Amendments to Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970. Part 7_RULEMAKING POWER OF HOUSE AND SENATE; EFFECTIVE DATE Sec. 171. Rulemaking power of the House and Senate. Sec. 172. Two-thirds vote required to waive rules or overrule decisions
sustaining points of order. Sec. 173. Effective date.
TITLE II-LEGISLATIVE BUDGET DIRECTOR AND STAFF
puters and other techniques.