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Page 280 - realization as soon as feasible of the goal of a decent home and a suitable living environment for every American family". The Congress reaffirms this national housing goal and determines that it can be substantially achieved within the next decade by the construction or rehabilitation of twenty-six million housing units, six million of these for low and moderate income families.
Page 53 - That in the case of mines, oil and gas wells, discovered by the taxpayer, on or after March 1, 1913, and not acquired as the result of purchase of a proven tract or lease, where the fair market value of the property is materially disproportionate to the cost...
Page 338 - ... (3) Certain tax-free transactions. If the basis of property in the hands of a transferee Is determined by reference to its basis in the hands of the transferor by reason of the application of section 332...
Page 271 - ... the importance and the impact the proposed legislation affecting the administration of public lands may have on the Western States, we feel that additional information should be developed and field hearings held in the Western States. Again, I wish to thank the chairman and members of this committee for the privilege of appearing before you today on behalf of the Nevada Wool Growers Association.
Page 128 - Mr. Chairman, I wish to thank you and the members of this committee for...
Page 325 - ... small investors can secure advantages normally available only to those with larger resources. These advantages include the spreading of the risk of loss by the greater diversification of investment which can be secured through the pooling arrangements; the opportunity to secure the benefits of expert investment counsel ; and the means of collectively financing projects which the investors could not undertake singly.
Page 101 - One may not be subjected to greater burdens upon his taxable property solely because he owns some that is free. No device or form of words can deprive him of the exemption for which he has lawfully contracted.
Page 366 - Congress to provide for fair and impartial regulation of all modes of transportation subject to the provisions of the act, so administered as to recognize and preserve the inherent advantages of each...
Page 211 - We are relieved, as we ought to be, from clashing sovereignty; from interfering powers; from a repugnancy between a right in one government to pull down what there is an acknowledged right in another to build up; from the incompatibility of 3 right in one government to destroy what there is a right in another to preserve.
Page 90 - These loans are made for the purpose of financing the improvement, expansion, construction, acquisition, and operation of telephone lines, facilities, or systems to furnish or improve telephone service in rural areas.

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