Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and related agencies appropriations for fiscal year 1987: hearings before a subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, Ninety-ninth Congress, second session, on H.R. 5233 ....
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1987
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Page 864 - June 28, the hearings were concluded and the subcommittee was recessed, to reconvene at the call of the Chair.] LIST OF WITNESSES, COMMUNICATIONS, AND PREPARED STATEMENTS Pip Barry, Hon.
Page 150 - Hawaiian descent and are elected by eligible voters who must also be of Native Hawaiian ancestry. As a result, the OHA trustees are directly accountable to their beneficiaries, the Native Hawaiian people. OHA was created In 1978 by an amendment to the Hawaii State Constitution. The basis for its establishment, however, dates back to our State Admission Act of 19S9.
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Page 356 - Our justification for higher funding levels stems from the purpose for which the money is spent — the prevention of an incalculable waste of human potential — a purpose on which no price tag can be placed. Whether the cost is hundreds of millions or hundreds of thousands, there is no other human service program whose funds are spent in such a cost effective fashion to help people to live more self-sufficient and productive lives.
Page 627 - X to prevent pregnancy more than pay for themselves in savings in public health care and social service costs. Unfortunately, despite the Presidential call for total access to family planning services by 1975, federal, state, and local financial support for family planning has never reached a level commensurate with need. Since the early 1970's, the number of medically indigent family planning clients has grown more than 60 percent, yet federal funding for family planning has not increased in real...
Page 279 - On behalf of the Officers, Executive Committee, and members of the National Association of Retail Druggists, we thank you for the opportunity to appear and continue to participate in the formulation of Medicare Part B outpatient prescription drug coverage . Mr.
Page 120 - We inform our children that today roughly 4 to 5 million young persons are dependent on alcohol or are problem drinkers. We underscore for parents that children of alcoholics have a four times greater risk of developing alcoholism than do children of nonalcoholics. Finally, we...
Page 530 - My name is Eileen D. Cooke. I am Associate Executive Director of the American Library Association and Director of its Washington Office.
Page 355 - Of this number, 223,730 were placed in competitive employment. Despite this expenditure, there still are not sufficient funds to serve all those eligible, disabled people who have the potential and desire to work and who need rehabilitation and training services to obtain employment and self-sufficiency.