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standing marketable obligations of the United States with remaining periods to maturity comparable to the anticipated period during which the advance will be outstanding

and shall be compounded annually.


(1) GENERAL RULE.—Any claim filed against the Superfund may be paid only out of the Superfund.

(2) COORDINATION WITH OTHER PROVISIONS.—Nothing in CERCLA or the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (or in any amendment made by either of such Acts) shall authorize the payment by the United States Government of any amount'with respect to any such claim out of any source other than the Superfund.

(3) ORDER IN WHICH UNPAID CLAIMS ARE TO BE PAID.-If at any time the Superfund has insufficient funds to pay all of the claims payable out of the Superfund at such time, such claims shall, to the extent permitted under paragraph (1), be paid in full in the order in which they were finally determined.

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SECTION 517(b) OF SARA OF 1986

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(b) AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS.—There is authorized to be appropriated, out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the Hazardous Substance Superfund for fiscal year

(1) 1987, $250,000,000,
(2) 1988, $250,000,000,
(3) 1989, $250,000,000,
(4) 1990, $250,000,000,
(5) 1991, $250,000,000,
(6) 1992, $250,000,000,
(7) 1993, $250,000,000
(8) 1994, $250,000,000, and

(9) 1995, $250,000,000.[,]
plus for each fiscal year an amount equal to so much of the aggre-
gate amount authorized to be appropriated under this subsection
(and paragraph (2) of section 221(b) of the Hazardous Substance
Response Act of 1980, as in effect before its repeal) as has not been
appropriated before the beginning of the fiscal year involved.

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