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History of us government shutdowns estimated the cost of the two government shutdowns of 1995 to 1996 at more than $14 billion americans' confidence in their government if history is. Federal laws, policy & regulations the resources on this page include information on federal records management laws and regulations that must be followed when managing government records. The federal water pollution control act of 1948 was the first major us law to address water pollution as amended in 1972, the law became commonly known as the clean water act (cwa) history of the clean water act | laws & regulations | us epa.
The federal government shut down for a total of 26 days the longest shutdown the country has experienced was from december 15, 1995, to january 6, 1996 the shutdown ended with an agreement on a seven year budget plan. How did the federal government get the land the history of federal land ownership has been largely one of divestiture and public use, not acquisition why the government owns so much land in. 1 appropriation less enacted rescission/s 2 in 1976, the federal government changed the beginning of the fiscal year from july 1 to october 1, hence the 1976 transition (t) quarter 3 excludes $50m provided by the american recovery and reinvestment act of 2009 4 appropriation less enacted.
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