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appropriate surplus for the fiscal year, the sum of

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such estimated deficit and appropriate surplus.

3 For purposes of paragraph (2), the estimated deficit or sur

4 plus for a fiscal year shall be based on the outlays and esti

5 mate of the aggregate revenues of the United States for the

6 fiscal year set forth in the concurrent resolution described

7 in subsection (a) (1), and the appropriate deficit or surplus 8 is the amount of the deficit or surplus determined to be appro

9 priate for the fiscal year in such resolution.

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(c) SUBSTITUTION OF OTHER REVENUE MEASURES.

11 If, in the case of a bill or resolution being prepared for con12 sideration in the House of Representatives, the Committee 13 on Ways and Means determines it to be appropriate, or, if, in 14 the case of a bill or resolution being prepared for considera15 tion in the Senate, the Committee on Finance determines it

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to be appropriate, another tax measure which, for the 12

17 month period which begins on the January 1 which occurs

18 in the fiscal year in question, will raise an amount of revenue

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approximately equal to that required to be raised by subsec

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tion (b) (2) shall be treated as a qualified surtax for purposes

21 of the consideration of that bill or resolution in that House.

22 (d) DE MINIMIS EXCEPTION.—This section shall not 23 apply if the percentage required to be imposed by sub24 section (b) (1) is less than 1.

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(a) REQUIREMENTS.-During the consideration in

5 either House of any concurrent resolution on the budget 6 (within the meaning of section 125 (d)), an amendment

7 shall not be in order unless

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(1) it increases or decreases specific amounts set

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forth in the concurrent resolution,

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(2) it is consistent, and

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(3) it meets the requirements of subsections (e)

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and (f).

13 (b) CONSISTENCY REQUIREMENT FOR AMENDMENT 14 INCREASING BUDGET OUTLAYS.-For purposes of subsec15 tion (a), an amendment increasing the amount of any 16 budget outlay shall be deemed to be consistent only if

(1) it provides for a decrease in specific amounts

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set forth in the concurrent resolution for one or more

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other items of budget outlay arising out of new budget authority for the fiscal year, and

(2) to the extent the increase is not fully offset under paragraph (1), it provides for an increase in

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the ceiling on budget outlays.
(c) CONSISTENCY REQUIREMENT FOR AMENDMENT

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25 INCREASING New BUDGET AUTHORITY.--For purposes of

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1 subsection (a), an amount increasing the amount of any new 2 budget authority shall be deemed to be consistent only if

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(1) it provides for a decrease in specific amounts

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set forth in the concurrent resolution for one or more

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(2) to the extent it involves an increase in the

amount of any budget outlay, it provides for a decrease

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in specific amounts set forth in the concurrent resolution

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for one or more other items of budget outlay arising out of other new budget authority for the fiscal year, and

(3) to the extent any increase is not fully offset under paragraph (1) or (2), as the case may be, it

provides for an increase in the ceiling on new budget authority, or an increase in the ceiling on budget outlays, as

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the case may be.

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(d) CONSISTENCY REQUIREMENT FOR AMENDMENTS

17 DECREASING CEILINGS OR AMOUNTS.-For purposes of sub

18 section (a)

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(1) an amendment decreasing the ceiling on new budget authority or budget outlays, or both, shall be

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deemed consistent only if it also makes decreases in one

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or more allocations of new budget authority or budget

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outlays, as the case may be, in an equal amount, and

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(2) an amendment decreasing any allocation of new budget authority or budget outlays shall be deemed

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consistent only if it also decreases the ceiling on new

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budget authority or budget outlays, as the case may be, in

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an equal amount.

(e) REQUIREMENT OF ADVANCE PRINTING AND

5 ANALYSIS.-An amendment meets the requirements of this

6 subsection only if, at least one day before the floor considera

7 tion of such amendment, there has been printed in the Con

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(2) an analysis prepared by the Legislative Budget Director which sets forth the effect (if any) which such amendment would have on both budget outlays and new

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budget authority.

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(1) AMENDMENT PROPOSING INCREASE IN CEILING

15 ON BUDGET OUTLAYS MUST ALSO PROPOSE INCREASE IN

16 REVENUES OR IN PUBLIC DEBT.-For purposes of this

17 section, whenever any amendment proposes an increase in

18 the ceiling on budget outlays, there shall also be proposed an 19 amendment proposing a corresponding increase in the over

20 all level of revenues or in the public debt limit, or a combina

21 tion thereof.

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(g) SERIES OF AMENDMENTS TO BE VOTED ON EN

23 BLOC.-For purposes of this section, all amendments con

24 tained in a series of amendments shall be treated as a single

25 amendment and shall be voted on en bloc.

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No bill or resolution, and no amendment to any bill or

5 resolution, dealing with any matter which is within the

6 jurisdiction of the Committee on the Budget of either House

7 shall be considered in that House unless it is a concurrent

8 resolution on the budget (within the meaning of section 125 9 (d)) which has been reported by the Committee on the 10 Budget of that House (or from the consideration of which 11 such committee has been discharged) or unless it is an amend

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It shall not be in order in either the House of Repre

18 sentatives or the Senate to consider any bill or resolution 19 (or amendment thereto) which provides20

(1) new budget authority for a fiscal year, 21

(2) an increase or decrease in revenues to become

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(3) an increase or decrease in the public debt limit

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to become effective during a fiscal year,

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