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finance committee

Definitions

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  • noun a committee appointed to consider financial issues

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Examples

  • Bill Ritter's package of tax-credit and exemption changes straight to the appropriations committee, bypassing testimony in the finance committee, which is usually the first stop for such bills.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Bill Ritter's package of tax-credit and exemption changes straight to the appropriations committee, bypassing testimony in the finance committee, which is usually the first stop for such bills.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • Mr. Enrile confirmed that Senator Edgardo J. Angara will head the finance committee, which is currently discussing the proposed P1. 417-trillion budget for 2009.

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  • Council Member Domenic Recchia , chairman of the finance committee, said that in addition to the cuts to the elderly he ' s also concerned about reductions to child-welfare staff and nighttime closures of firehouses.

    Council Aims to Reverse Budget Cuts

  • "I think, by and large, everybody thinks we're working around the same ballpark reality," said State Senator Liz Krueger, a Democrat from Manhattan who is vice chair of the finance committee.

    A State of Dysfunction

  • "I think, by and large, everybody thinks we're working around the same ballpark reality," said State Senator Liz Krueger, a Democrat from Manhattan who is vice chair of the finance committee.

    A State of Dysfunction

  • The proposal adopted in the finance committee says it will be 20 cents.

    Where Metro is going on fares

  • "It's clear it's the right thing to do for middle-income Americans," said Sen. Max Baucus D-Mont., chairman of the chamber's finance committee.

    Tax Cuts For Rich Move Forward In Senate

  • "Everyone lamented he wasn't channeled in the right direction," says John H. Chichester, the retired GOP chairman of the finance committee.

    Va. Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli: The rise of the confounding conservative

  • "Everyone lamented he wasn't channeled in the right direction," says John H. Chichester, the retired GOP chairman of the finance committee.

    Va. Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli: The rise of the confounding conservative

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