Economic Issues Affecting Small Business: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on General Oversight and the Economy of the Committee on Small Business, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, First Session, Washington, DC, June 25, 1985; and Frederick, MD, September 16, 1985

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Page 1 - Rayburn House Office Building, Hon. Nicholas Mavroules [chairman of the subcommittee] presiding. OPENING STATEMENT OF HON. NICHOLAS MAVROULES, A REPRESENTATIVE FROM MASSACHUSETTS, CHAIRMAN, INVESTIGATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE Mr. MAVROULES. The hearing will now come to order.
Page 255 - Secretary determines necessary in order to assure an adequate supply of pure and wholesome milk to meet current needs, reflect changes in the cost of production, and assure a level of farm income adequate to maintain productive needs.
Page 229 - American Mining Congress American Public Power Association Arizona Electric Power Cooperative, Inc. Arizona Public Service Co.
Page 17 - Ohio, Wisconsin Region VI Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas Region VII Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska Region VIII Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming Region IX Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada...
Page 186 - Those recommendations were made to the House Ways and Means Committee, and to the Senate Finance Committee.
Page 42 - I am not qualified to speak on the military assistance program, because all I know about it is what I read in the newspapers.
Page 88 - Committed to the Committee of tbe Whole House on the State of the Union and ordered to be printed Mr.
Page 141 - Would you just give your impression of where you see us in this discussion 5 years from now, 10 years from now, 20 years from now, in terms of developing technology and where we want the law to be?
Page 89 - The rates ofjob creation, productivity and innovation slow after independent companies are absorbed . . . the national interest may better be served by strengthening the role of independent businesses in the economy, as they are the most productive, the most innovative and the most prolific jobgenerating sector. Nationals Stifle Localities When not siphoned off from a town or city's economy, locally spent dollars can recirculate through local businesses and banks many times before leaving the area....
Page 176 - It is the income available to persons for spending or saving. Personal tax and nontax payments are tax payments (net of refunds) by persons (except personal contributions for social insurance) that are not chargeable to business expense, and certain personal payments to general government that are treated...

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