98th Congress > Senate > Vote 474

Date: 1984-05-18

Result: 42-34

Vote Subject Matter: Government Management / Budget General Interest

Description: TO AGREE TO H. CON. RES. 280, A MEASURE SETTING FORTH THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET FOR THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEARS 1985, 1986, AND 1987, AND REVISING THE CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET FOR THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1984. THIS MEASURE PROVIDES $743.8 BILLION, $810.8 BILLION AND $882.8 BILLION IN REVENUES FOR FISCAL YEARS 1985, 1986, AND 1987, RESPECTIVELY; IT PROVIDES $1.013 TRILLION, $1.106 TRILLION AND $$1.210 TRILLION IN BUDGET AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEARS 1985, 1986, AND 1987, RESPECTIVELY; IT PROVIDES FOR $925.5 BILLION, $998.0 BILLION, AND $1.086 TRILLIION IN BUDGET OUTLAYS FOR FISCAL YEARS 1985, 1986, AND 1987, RESPECTIVELY. THE PROJECTED DEFICITS ARE $181.7 BILLION, $187.2 BILLIION AND $204 (CONTINUED) BILLION IN FISCAL YEARS 1985, 1986, AND 1987, RESPECTIVELY. (MOTION PASSED)

Original source documents: Digest of the Congressional Record vol. 66, p. 6032;

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