To Establish an Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations: Hearings Before the United States Senate Committee on Government Operations, and House Committee on Government Operations, Subcommittee on Intergovernmental Relations, Eighty-Sixth Congress, First Session, on June 16, 17, 19, 22, 1959
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1959 - 206 pages
Considers (86) H.R. 6904, (86) H.R. 6905, (86) S. 2026.
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Page 5 - Commission and shall be entitled to reimbursement for travel, subsistence, and other necessary expenses incurred by them in the performance of their duties as members of the Commission.
Page 185 - Amendments of 1962 indicate that the term "safe" has reference to health of man, nowhere do they define safety. Discussing this ubject before the Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations of the House of Representatives,' the Commissioner of FDA pointed out that no effective drug can be absolutely safe.
Page 4 - Subject to such rules and regulations as may be adopted by the Commission, the Chairman, without regard to the civil service laws and the Classification Act of 1949...
Page 172 - Leave to private initiative all the functions that citizens can perform privately; use the level of government closest to the community for all public functions it can handle...
Page 95 - Each department, agency, and instrumentality of the executive branch of the Government, including independent agencies, is authorized and directed to furnish to the Commission, upon request made by the Chairman or Vice Chairman, such information as the Commission deems necessary to carry out its functions under this joint resolution.
Page 205 - The Commission is authorized to request from any department, agency, or independent instrumentality of the Government any information it deems necessary to carry out its functions under this Act ; and each such department, agency, or independent instrumentality...
Page 95 - Commission, or any subcommittee or member thereof. (b) Each department, agency, and instrumentality of the executive branch of the Government, including independent agencies, is authorized and directed to furnish to the Commission, upon request made by the Chairman or Vice Chairman, such information as the Commission deems necessary to carry out its functions under this Act.
Page 134 - Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I appreciate very much the opportunity to appear before the committee...
Page 112 - Commerce between the States having grown up like Topsy, the Congress meanwhile not having undertaken to regulate taxation of it, and the States having understandably persisted in their efforts to get some return for the substantial benefits they have afforded it, there is little wonder that there has been no end of cases testing out state tax levies.
Page 113 - ... 497 (1954). invalidating school segregation in the District of Columbia, is often cited for this proposition, the Court was careful not to imply that all of the specific restraints imposed by the equal protection clause necessarily apply with equal force to the federal government.