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Statement of Administration Policy: S. 1146 - Appropriation Authorizations for United States Customs Service, United States Trade Representative, and International Trade Commission

June 18, 1985

STATEMENT OF ADMINISTRATION POLICY

(Senate)
(Packwood (R) Oregon)

The Administration opposes enactment of S. 1146, because the bill would authorize appropriations for 1986 for the Customs Service ($754,242 million) and the United States Trade Representative ($13,582 million) at levels in excess of the 1986 Budget request ($699,527 million and $11,431 million, respectively). The Administration would support enactment of S. 1146 if it were amended to (1) be consistent with the 1986 Budget request and (2) delete other substantive Customs-related amendments.

APP Note: Original document provided by Samuel Kernell, UC San Diego.

Ronald Reagan, Statement of Administration Policy: S. 1146 - Appropriation Authorizations for United States Customs Service, United States Trade Representative, and International Trade Commission Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/326831