Legislative Branch: FY2014 Appropriations
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The legislative branch appropriations bill provides funding for the Senate House of Representatives Joint Items Capitol Police Office of Compliance Congressional Budget Office CBO Architect of the Capitol AOC Library of Congress LOC, including the Congressional Research Service CRS Government Printing Office GPO Government Accountability Office GAO and Open World Leadership Center. The legislative branch FY2014 budget request of 4.512 billion was submitted on April 10, 2013. By law, the President includes the requests submitted from the legislative branch in the annual budget without change. The House and Senate Appropriations Committees Legislative Branch Subcommittees held hearings to consider the FY2014 legislative branch requests. The House subcommittee held its markup on July 9, 2013, and the full committee held a markup on July 18. Seven amendments were offered in the full committee, and four were agreed to by voice vote or accepted. The bill, which would provide 3.233 billion not including Senate items, was reported on July 23 H.R. 2792, H.Rept. 113-173. The Senate Appropriations Committee held a markup on July 11 S. 1283, S.Rept. 113-70. It would provide 2.978 billion not including House items. No amendments were offered in the Senate markup.
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