President"s third special impoundment message for 1998

communication from the Acting Comptroller General, the General Accounting Office, transmitting a review of the President"s third special impoundment message for fiscal year 1998, pursuant to 2 U.S.C. 685.
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ContributionsUnited States. President (1993- : Clinton), United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations.
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President's third special impoundment message for communication from the Acting Comptroller General, the General Accounting Office, transmitting a review of the President's third special impoundment message for fiscal yearpursuant to 2 U.S.C.

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Publication date Topics genealogy Publisher New York: Bureau of national literature, inc. Impoundment occurs when the President delays or refuses to spend money appropriated by Congress.

Thomas Jefferson set precedent for impoundment in when he suspended the purchase of 15 gunboats.7 In his Third Annual Message to Congress, President Jefferson stated, “The favorable and peaceable turn of affairs on the Mississippi rendered an.

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[United States. General Accounting Office. government, Presidents have developed and refined this awesome power. From a President's perspective, impoundment is pre­ ferable to vetoing for a number of reasons.

Lacking a line item veto, a President must often sign bills, which, from his standpoint contain some objectionable features, in order to secure the desired portions of the bill. : A Compilation of Messages and Letters of the Presidents: John Quincy Adams (): Richardson, James D.: BooksFormat: Paperback.

President Roosevelt’s impoundments were relatively extensive and, like many of his New Deal policies, controversial. They occurred during World War II, when the national budget rose sharply from nine billion dollars in to thirteen billion in to a high of billion in “Policy” impoundments were to be reported to Congress by the President as permanent rescissions and, perhaps, as temporary deferrals.

Rescissions are merely recommendations or proposals of the President and must be authorized by a bill or joint resolution, or, after 45 days from the presidential message, the funds must be made available. Executive Impoundment of Congressionally Appropriated Funds, 24 U. FLA.

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REv.() (more funds are being impounded today than at any previous time). 3 President Jefferson was the first president to refuse to spend appropriated funds. For a period of time he refused to spend $50, appropriated for gunboats.

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