Implementation of Noise Regulation Acts at Miami International Airport: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on International Operations of the Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives, Ninety-eighth Congress, Second Session, October 4, 1984

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Page 66 - Chairman, Subcommittee on International Operations, Committee on Foreign Affairs, House of Representatives. DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN: I am pleased to respond to your recent letter raising various questions regarding statutory interpretation, in particular where "earmarks" in authorization legislation are higher than amounts actually appropriated.
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Page 80 - ... program to solve this problem — including the recommendation of all necessary legislative and administrative actions, and Whereas, the problem of aircraft noise has been recognized by the Congress, and numerous bills proposing solutions have been introduced : Now, therefore, be it RESOLVED by the Members of the Airport Operators Council International, in meeting assembled, That 1. Aircraft noise is a national problem affecting the national air transportation system and Interstate commerce of...
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Page 80 - Adopted at the general membership business meeting of the Airport Operators Council International on October 6, 1974.
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Page 66 - Budget to or from uny member of the Domestic Policy Staff or the White House Office, but would not prohibit such communications with the Office of Science and Technology Policy or the National Security Council. This interpretation, developed by the Counsel to the President, the Vice President's Counsel and the General Counsel of the Office of Management and Budget, has the approval of each of the entities in the Executive Office of the President. We do not believe that any action is required by your...
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