Fiscal Year 1992 Budget Review: Hearings Before the Committee on Environment and Public Works, United States Senate, One Hundred Second Congress, First Session, March 5 and 7, 1991
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1991 - 388 páginas
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action activities additional Administration Administration's Agency allow ANSWER appropriate areas assessment assistance authority balance believe bill bridges budget Building Chairman changes Clean Air Act Committee communities compliance concerns congestion Congress considered construction continue cost dollars effective efforts energy enforcement environment environmental estimate existing facilities Federal financing fiscal year 1992 flexibility fuel going Government grants highway implement important improve increase initiative Interstate investment issue lead legislation look major mass meet ment million obligations Office operating percent planning pollution President's prevention priority problems projects proposal QUESTION reduce Region Reilly request requirements responsibility result risk roads safety Secretary Senator share significant specific spending standards statement strategy studies Thank tion transit transportation Trust Fund urban violations waste
Página 234 - Human experience teaches that those who expect public dissemination of their remarks may well temper candor with a concern for appearances and for their own interests to the detriment of the decisionmaking process.
Página 222 - Food and kindred products Tobacco manufacturers Textile mill products Apparel and other textile products Lumber and wood products Furniture and fixtures Paper and allied products Printing and publishing Chemicals and allied products Petroleum and coal products Rubber and...
Página 234 - The expectation of a President to the confidentiality of his conversations and correspondence, like the claim of confidentiality of judicial deliberations, for example, has all the values to which we accord deference for the privacy of all citizens and added to those values the necessity for protection of the public interest in candid, objective, and even blunt or harsh opinions in Presidential decision-making.
Página 76 - Drivers (RID) . Such citizen activist groups have created an environment favorable to the enactment and vigorous enforcement of new State traffic safety laws. The highway safety...
Página 74 - TMA is required to develop a congestion management system that provides for effective management of new and existing transportation facilities through the use of travel demand reduction and operational management strategies in accordance with requirements established by the US DOT.
Página 175 - Richard L. Hembra Director Environmental Protection Issues Resources, Community and Economic Development Division US General Accounting Office Washington, DC 20548 Dear Mr.
Página 222 - Stone, Clay, and Glass Products Primary Metal industries Fabricated Metal Products industrial Machinery and Equipment Electronic and Other Electric Equipment . Transportation Equipment instruments and Related Products...
Página 77 - I look forward to working with you and the other members of the committee to try to accomplish this very worthy but difficult task that lays before us.
Página 236 - NPS is fundamentally a local problem that is most amenable to local solutions. Since much of the nation's nonpoint source pollution is from agriculture, the 1990 farm bill authorized, and the President requested, substantial sums to implement conservation plans, the Conservation Reserve Program, and other cost-sharing programs to reduce NPS pollution. The Soil Conservation Service and Extension Service are putting greater emphasis on providing technical assistance to control NPS pollution. The Federal...
Página 234 - formal and . . . written]" responses thereto; in any case, section 112(rX6XS) requires the Board annually to provide congress with such recommendations and the agencies' responses thereto. Both these provision impermissibly impair the integrity of the Executive Branch's deliberations by requiring the publication of interagency consultations. They would thereby run counter to the President's authority as head of the unitary Executive Branch to "take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed,