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Child Support Enforcement Program Incentive Payments: Background and Policy
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CRS RL34203, summary. October 5, 2007. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; TANF; financial; noncustodial parents; welfare; CSE; P.L. 105-200, Child Support Performance and Incentive Act of 1998; paternity; past-due; data quality standards; P.L. 109-171; Deficit Reduction Act of 2005; fathers; mothers
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, TANF, financial, noncustodial parents, welfare, CSE, P.L. 105-200, Child Support Performance and Incentive Act of 1998, paternity, past-due, data
Last Viewed: September, 12, 2019 at 2:41 AM.
Total Views: 770

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CRS RL34203. Dated October 5, 2007. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; TANF; financial; noncustodial parents; welfare; CSE; P.L. 105-200, Child Support Performance and Incentive Act of 1998; paternity; past-due; data quality standards; P.L. 109-171; Deficit Reduction Act of 2005; fathers; mothers
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, TANF, financial, noncustodial parents, welfare, CSE, P.L. 105-200, Child Support Performance and Incentive Act of 1998, paternity, past-due, data
Last Viewed: September, 17, 2019 at 4:45 AM.
Total Views: 1,135

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CRS RS22753. November 8, 2007. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; TANF; financial; noncustodial parents; welfare; CSE; CSE program enacted in 1975 (P.L. 93-647); P.L. 105-200, Child Support Performance and Incentive Act of 1998; paternity; P.L. 109-171; Deficit Reduction Act of 2005; fathers; mothers
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, TANF, financial, noncustodial parents, welfare, CSE, CSE program enacted in 1975 (P.L. 93-647), P.L. 105-200, Child Support Performance and
Last Viewed: September, 12, 2019 at 11:27 AM.
Total Views: 1,007

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October 19, 2007. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; Higher Education Act of 1965; P.L. 89-329; Title IV; U.S. Department of Education; postsecondary education; low-income; Higher Education Amendments of 1998; P.L. 105-244; Second Higher Education Extension Act of 2007; P.L. 110-51
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, Higher Education Act of 1965, P.L. 89-329, Title IV, U.S. Department of Education, postsecondary education, low-income, Higher Education Amendments
Last Viewed: September, 17, 2019 at 2:46 PM.
Total Views: 1,075

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October 19, 2007. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; Higher Education Act of 1965; P.L. 89-329; Title IV; U.S. Department of Education; postsecondary education; low-income; Higher Education Amendments of 1998; P.L. 105-244; Second Higher Education Extension Act of 2007; P.L. 110-51
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, Higher Education Act of 1965, P.L. 89-329, Title IV, U.S. Department of Education, postsecondary education, low-income, Higher Education Amendments
Last Viewed: September, 14, 2019 at 10:55 AM.
Total Views: 1,085

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June 25, 2004. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current CRS report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; Ethics Reform Act of 1989; Employment Cost Index; ECI; pay rate adjustments for the General Schedule; GS; P.L. 107-296; Senior Executive Service; SES; President; Vice-President; Speaker; Majority Leader; Minority Leader
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, Ethics Reform Act of 1989, Employment Cost Index, ECI, pay rate adjustments for the General Schedule, GS, P.L. 107-296, Senior Executive Service,
Last Viewed: September, 16, 2019 at 11:52 PM.
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April 17, 2000. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current CRS report may be available and was expected for 2004. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; presidential election process: pre-nomination; primaries; caucuses; delegates; national nominating conventions; general election; members of the electoral college
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, presidential election process pre-nomination, primaries, caucuses, delegates, national nominating conventions, general election, members of the
Last Viewed: September, 15, 2019 at 9:16 PM.
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CRS RL30804. January 21, 2001. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current CRS report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; presidential election process: general election; members of the electoral college; electors; deadlock; decennial census; presidential succession; Constitutional Convention of 1787; president; vice-president
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, presidential election process general election, members of the electoral college, electors, deadlock, decennial census, presidential succession,
Last Viewed: September, 16, 2019 at 2:39 PM.
Total Views: 1,307

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CRS RS20273. Dated September 8, 2003. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current CRS report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; presidential election process: general election; members of the electoral college; electors; deadlock; decennial census; presidential succession; Constitutional Convention of 1787; president; vice-president
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, presidential election process general election, members of the electoral college, electors, deadlock, decennial census, presidential succession,
Last Viewed: September, 17, 2019 at 4:33 PM.
Total Views: 1,001

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Dated July 14, 2004. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current CRS report may be available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; presidential election process; presidential electors; general election; state elections; Supreme Court; 17th Amendment; Senate; House of Representatives; delegate power; delegate authority
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, presidential election process, presidential electors, general election, state elections, Supreme Court, 17th Amendment, Senate, House of
Last Viewed: September, 12, 2019 at 10:02 PM.
Total Views: 880

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1789-2006. CRS 97-1011 GOV. October 31, 2005. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; Senate; House of Representatives; automatic annual adjustment; stand-alone legislation; quadrennial salary commission; Commission on Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Salaries; P.L. 90-206; Ethics Reform Act of 1989; P.L. 101-194); P.L. 94-82; Employment Cost Index; salary history
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, Senate, House of Representatives, automatic annual adjustment, stand-alone legislation, quadrennial salary commission, Commission on Executive,
Last Viewed: September, 13, 2019 at 2:36 AM.
Total Views: 1,110

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Dated January 26, 2004. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; Senate; House of Representatives; Speaker; Vice President; outside earned income; honoraria; retirement benefits; office expenses; officers and officials; Senate Select Committee on Ethics; House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct; living expenses; Federal Employees Health Benefits; Group Life Insurance Program
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, Senate, House of Representatives, Speaker, Vice President, outside earned income, honoraria, retirement benefits, office expenses, officers and
Last Viewed: September, 17, 2019 at 2:46 AM.
Total Views: 1,229

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Process for Adjusting Pay and Current Salaries. CRS RL33245. Dated January 23, 2006. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; Senate; House of Representatives; Speaker; Vice President; Executive Schedule; Senior Executive Service; senior-level; SL; scientific and professional; ST; Employment Cost Index; ECI; federal justices and judges; General Schedule Grade GS-15
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, Senate, House of Representatives, Speaker, Vice President, Executive Schedule, Senior Executive Service, senior-level, SL, scientific and
Last Viewed: September, 13, 2019 at 1:46 AM.
Total Views: 1,211

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CRS RL34076. Dated November 23, 2007. A more current report may be available. Congress. Congressional Research Service. From the report: This legislation provides discretionary funds for three major federal departments and 14 related agencies. The report, which will be updated, summarizes L-HHS-ED discretionary funding issues but not authorization or entitlement issues.
Last Viewed: September, 15, 2019 at 2:21 AM.
Total Views: 987

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CRS RL33387. April 20, 2006. The report may be updated every two years. Congressional Research Service; baby boom generation; retirees; Social Security; personal savings; elderly; racially and ethnically diverse; pensions; personal savings; income; Labor Force Participation Rates; employment rates; men; women; marital status; educational attainment; annual income; household; life expectancy
Keywords: CongressionalResearchReport
Last Viewed: September, 17, 2019 at 9:33 PM.
Total Views: 880

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Dated November 20, 2007. From the report: This report will be updated if circumstances warrant a revision. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; Honest Leadership and Open Government Act, 2007; S. 1; P.L. 110-81; unanimous consent agreements; filibusters; secret or anonymous holds; Notice of Objecting to Proceeding
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, Honest Leadership and Open Government Act, 2007, S. 1, P.L. 110-81, unanimous consent agreements, filibusters, secret or anonymous holds, Notice of
Last Viewed: September, 14, 2019 at 3:27 PM.
Total Views: 889

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Dated September 7, 2007. Explains changes to lobby and ethics rules. CRS regularly issues new reports on key issues, so a more current report may be available. From the report: Significant changes were made by Congress to the current lobbying laws, and to internal House and Senate rules on ethics and procedures, by the passage of S. 1, 110th Congress, and the adoption of H.Res. 6, 110th Congress.
Last Viewed: September, 16, 2019 at 4:12 PM.
Total Views: 1,220

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Dated September 17, 2007. A more current report may be made available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development; OECD; price and quantity; cancer; AIDS; obesity; lifestyles; doctor visits; hospital utilization, medical technologies; invasive procedures; bypasses; life expectancy; mortality rates; wait times; surgery; physician; pharmaceuticals
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, OECD, price and quantity, cancer, AIDS, obesity, lifestyles, doctor visits, hospital
Last Viewed: September, 15, 2019 at 11:39 AM.
Total Views: 844

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CRS RL33784. Dated January 8, 2007. A more current report may be made available. Keywords: Congressional Research Service; federal minimum wage; hourly wage; poverty; men; women; white; black; Hispanics; spouses; married-couple families; single parents; teenagers; Current Population Survey; Bureau of Labor Statistics; part-time; high school degree; nativity; foreign-born
Keywords: Congressional Research Service, federal minimum wage, hourly wage, poverty, men, women, white, black, Hispanics, spouses, married-couple families, single parents, teenagers,
Last Viewed: September, 16, 2019 at 6:25 PM.
Total Views: 1,088

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obesity; Department of State Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator; OGAC; NCIPC; DIPR; Statistic Problems; Fraud; Morale Office ; Thomas R. Harkin Global Communications Center; Arlen Specter Headquarters and Emergency Operations Center; light shows; Porn Stars; Prostitute Tips; Transgender Beauty Contests; AIDS; HIV; syphilis; guns; Drag Contest; plasma televisions; misuse funds; bonuses
Keywords: obesity, Department of State Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator, OGAC, NCIPC, DIPR, Statistic Problems, Fraud, Morale Office , Thomas R. Harkin Global Communications Center,
Last Viewed: September, 18, 2019 at 7:29 AM.
Total Views: 1,077
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