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108TH CONGRESS 1ST SESSION

H. RES. 148

Providing for the expenses of certain committees of the House of Representatives in the One Hundred Eighth Congress.

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Mr. NEY MARCH 18, 2003 submitted the following resolution; which was referred to the Committee on House Administration

RESOLUTION
Providing for the expenses of certain committees of the House of Representatives in the One Hundred Eighth Congress. 1 2 3 4 Resolved,
SECTION 1. COMMITTEE EXPENSES FOR THE ONE HUNDRED EIGHTH CONGRESS.

(a) IN GENERAL.—With respect to the One Hundred

5 Eighth Congress, there shall be paid out of the applicable 6 accounts of the House of Representatives, in accordance 7 with this primary expense resolution, not more than the 8 amount specified in subsection (b) for the expenses (in9 cluding the expenses of all staff salaries) of each com10 mittee named in subsection.

2 1 (b) COMMITTEES
AND

AMOUNTS.—The committees

2 and amounts referred to in subsection (a) are: Committee 3 on Agriculture, $10,623,640; Committee on Armed Serv4 ices, $12,377,680; Committee on the Budget,

5 $11,869,572; Committee on Education and the Workforce, 6 $14,922,183; Committee on Energy and Commerce, 7 $19,117,623; 8 $16,995,487; 9 $20,400,000; 10 $11,028,787; Committee Committee Committee Committee on on on on Financial Government Homeland House Services, Reform, Security,

Administration,

11 $10,374,974; Permanent Select Committee on Intel12 ligence, $7,809,730; Committee on International Rela13 tions, $16,037,995; Committee on the Judiciary,

14 $17,248,067; Committee on Resources, $14,910,527; 15 Committee on Rules, $5,669,311; Committee on Science, 16 $12,301,690; Committee on Small Business, $6,372,008; 17 Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, $3,443,150; 18 Committee 19 $17,682,505; on Transportation Committee on and Infrastructure, Affairs,

Veterans’

20 $6,776,617; and Committee on Ways and Means, 21 $16,521,319. 22 23
SEC. 2. FIRST SESSION LIMITATIONS.

(a) IN GENERAL.—Of the amount provided for in

24 section 1 for each committee named in subsection (b), not 25 more than the amount specified in such subsection shall
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3 1 be available for expenses incurred during the period begin2 ning at noon on January 3, 2003, and ending immediately 3 before noon on January 3, 2004. 4 (b) COMMITTEES
AND

AMOUNTS.—The committees

5 and amounts referred to in subsection (a) are: Committee 6 on Agriculture, $5,292,225; Committee on Armed Serv7 ices, $5,943,675; Committee on the Budget, $5,894,018; 8 Committee on Education and the Workforce, $7,398,237; 9 Committee on Energy and Commerce, $9,385,902; Com10 mittee on Financial Services, $8,144,280; Committee on 11 Government Reform, $10,000,000; Committee on Home12 land Security, $5,657,656; Committee on House Adminis13 tration, $5,028,573; Permanent Select Committee on In14 telligence, $3,773,567; Committee on International Rela15 tions, $7,693,249; Committee on the Judiciary,

16 $8,422,720; Committee on Resources, $7,360,564; Com17 mittee on Rules, $2,816,332; Committee on Science, 18 $6,072,465; Committee on Small Business, $3,080,591; 19 Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, $1,636,825; 20 Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure,

21 $8,722,428; Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, $3,225,344; 22 and Committee on Ways and Means, $8,063,151. 23 24
SEC. 3. SECOND SESSION LIMITATIONS.

(a) IN GENERAL.—Of the amount provided for in

25 section 1 for each committee named in subsection (b), not
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4 1 more than the amount specified in such subsection shall 2 be available for expenses incurred during the period begin3 ning at noon on January 3, 2004, and ending immediately 4 before noon on January 3, 2005. 5 (b) COMMITTEES
AND

AMOUNTS.—The committees

6 and amounts referred to in subsection (a) are: Committee 7 on Agriculture, $5,331,415; Committee on Armed Serv8 ices, $6,434,005; Committee on the Budget, $5,975,554; 9 Committee on Education and the Workforce, $7,523,946; 10 Committee on Energy and Commerce, $9,731,721; Com11 mittee on Financial Services, $8,851,207; Committee on 12 Government Reform, $10,400,000; Committee on Home13 land Security, $5,371,131; Committee on House Adminis14 tration, $5,346,401; Permanent Select Committee on In15 telligence, $4,036,163; Committee on International Rela16 tions, $8,344,746; Committee on the Judiciary,

17 $8,825,346; Committee on Resources, $7,549,963; Com18 mittee on Rules, $2,852,979; Committee on Science, 19 $6,229,225; Committee on Small Business, $3,291,417; 20 Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, $1,806,325; 21 Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure,

22 $8,960,077; Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, $3,551,273; 23 and Committee on Ways and Means, $8,458,168.

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SEC. 4. VOUCHERS.

Payments under this resolution shall be made on

3 vouchers authorized by the committee involved, signed by 4 the chairman of such committee, and approved in the 5 manner directed by the Committee on House Administra6 tion. 7 8
SEC. 5. REGULATIONS.

Amounts made available under this resolution shall

9 be expended in accordance with regulations prescribed by 10 the Committee on House Administration. 11 12
SEC. 6. ADJUSTMENT AUTHORITY.

The Committee on House Administration shall have

13 authority to make adjustments in amounts under section 14 1, if necessary to comply with an order of the President 15 issued under section 254 of the Balanced Budget and 16 Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 or to conform to 17 any reduction in appropriations for the purposes of such 18 section 1.

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Description: 108th Congress H.Res. 148 (ih): Providing for the expenses of certain committees of the House of Representatives in the One Hundred Eighth Congress. [Introduced in House] 2003-2004