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A Review of CBO's Activities in 2013 Under the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act


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    CBO analyzes proposed legislation and enacted laws to identify federal mandates, which are requirements imposed on state, local, and tribal governments or on entities in the private sector. Relatively few pieces of legislation that CBO reviewed in 2013 contained mandates: Of the 437 bills analyzed, 39 contained intergovernmental mandates and 53 contained private-sector mandates. Of the 72 public laws enacted in 2013, 3 contain intergovernmental mandates and 8 contain private-sector mandates.

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    Paper provided by Congressional Budget Office in its series Reports with number 45209.

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    Date of creation: 27 Mar 2014
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    Handle: RePEc:cbo:report:45209

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