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Review of CBOäó»s Activities in 2012 Under the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act
Amy Petz (au)
The federal government, through laws and regulations, sometimes imposes requirements äóî known as federal mandates äóî on state, local, and tribal governments and entities in the private sector in order to achieve national goals. In 1995, lawmakers enacted the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act (UMRA) in part to ensure that, during the legislative process, the Congress receives information about the potential effects of mandates as it considers proposed legislation. To that end, UMRA requires the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), at certain points in the legislative process, to assess the cost of mandates that would apply to state, local, and tribal governments or to the private sector. This report, which is part of an annual series that began in 1997, summarizes CBOäó»s activities in 2012 under UMRA. This is a print on demand report.
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