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Serial No. 104-51: State Service Donations in Budgetary Shutdown, Hearing Before the Committee on Resources, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth Congress, First Session on H.R. 2677 a Bill to Require the Secretary of the Interior to Accept from a State Donations of Services of State Employees to Perform, in a Period of Government Budgetary Shutdown, Otherwise Authorized Functions in Any Unit of the National Wildlife Refuge System or the National Park System and H.R. 2706 a Bill to Authorize the Secretary of the Interior to Accept a State Donations of Services of State Employees to Perform Hunting Management Functions in a National Wildlife Refuge in a Period of Government Budgetary Shutdown, December 8, 1995   [open pdf - 92MB]

This is the December 8, 1995 hearing titled "State Service Donations in Budgetary Shutdown," held before the House Committee on Resources. From the opening statement of J.D. Hayworth: "Today's hearing is on two bills from both sides of the aisle, which would allow States to help keep parks and refuges open. H.R. 2677, introduced by Chairman Young, and which I am proud to cosponsor, would allow State employees to perform all authorized functions within the entire National Park System and National Refuge System during government shutdowns. H.R. 2706, introduced by Representative Blanche Lambert Lincoln of Arkansas, is very similar to Chairman Young's bill. However, it is limited to hunting activities within the National Refuge System." Statements, letters, and materials submitted for the record include those of the following: William J. Chandler, George T. Frampton Jr., Bruce O'Connell, and Fife Symington.

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Serial No. 104-51
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1996
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