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Class Seven -- Thursday, February 20th
Today we will conclude our discussion of Congressional budget procedures and take up the “Starve the Beast” strategy explored in Fiscal Challenges: Chapter Seven: Jonathan Baron & Edward McCaffery, Starving the Beast. You should also look over the allocated briefing papers, as assigned.
  • 1 Allocated Briefing Papers for Thursday, February 20th

    Our primary focus in this class will be on the Starve the Beast Chapter, but you should also look over the allocated briefing papers, as assigned.

    Please read one of these allocated briefing papers based on the first letter of your given name:

     

    Mark Champoux & Dan Sullivan, “Authorizations and Appropriations: A Distinction Without Difference?” (May 10, 2006) (Briefing Paper No. 15) (http://www.law.harvard.edu/faculty/hjackson/auth_appro_15.pdf)

     

    William Fay & Michelle Rogers, "Appropriations for Mandatory Expenditures" (Updated March 30, 2008) (Briefing Paper No. 17) (http://www.law.harvard.edu/faculty/hjackson/MandatorySpending_17%28rev%29.pdf)

     

    Derek Lindblom, “The Budget Reconciliation Process” (May 11, 2008) (Briefing Paper No. 35) (http://www.law.harvard.edu/faculty/hjackson/ReconciliationByrd_35.pdf)

     

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