2 edition of response of State highway expenditures and revenues to Federal grants-in-aid found in the catalog.
response of State highway expenditures and revenues to Federal grants-in-aid
Enns, John H.
Bibliography: p. 61-64.
|Statement||J. H. Inns.|
|Series||[Report] - Rand Corporation ; R-1233-FF|
|LC Classifications||AS36 .R3 R-1233, HE355 .R3 R-1233|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||76352894|
Define grant-in-aid. grant-in-aid synonyms, grant-in-aid pronunciation, grant-in-aid translation, English dictionary definition of grant-in-aid. n. pl. grants-in-aid 1. A giving of federal funds to a state or local government to subsidize a public project. The Federal Aid Highway Act of provided $ billion over 3 years for postwar highway improvements and designated the National System of Interstate Highways and the Federal-Aid Secondary System (FAS). The Federal Aid Highway Act of was arguably the most important transportation legislation ever passed in the United States.
5% to 8% of general and highway fund expenditures. This contribution will bring the fund balance to approximately % of general and highway fund expenditures which is at the upper end of the range. 2. A portion of the equipment acquisitions are funded with cash rather than bonds to minimize future debt service costs. A. That both federal and State aid be based to a greater extent on equalization grants-in-aid rather than stimulative grants or shared taxes, and that grants be given only for those specific purposes of particularly strong nation-wide or state-wide interest. (92, 93, 96) B.
State and Local Government Revenues and Expenditures from Economic Report of the President, STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCE - BUDGET AND ACTUAL PARK GRANT AND DEDICATED REVENUE SPECIAL REVENUE FUND For the Year Ended Decem ORIGINAL FINAL BUDGET BUDGET ACTUAL VARIANCE REVENUES State Government Environmental Grant $ 12, $ 12, $ - $ .
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Get this from a library. The response of State highway expenditures and revenues to Federal grants-in-aid. [John H Enns; Ford Foundation.; Rand Corporation.]. Federal Grants-in-Aid: A Bulwark of State Governments by GEORGE E.
BIGGE* T HE grant-in-aid is probably one of the most widely used and least understood activities or devices of government today. In the past 10 or 15 years, many studies have been undertaken and many volumes have been written about grants-in.
Revenues used by States for local roads and streets: SF Receipts and expenditures for highways by Federal agencies-summary revised: FA-5R: Summary receipts and expenditures for highways: FA Excel: PDF: Selected data used in apportionments for Fiscal Year FA-4E: Federal-aid highway.
Grant-In-Aid: A grant-in-aid is the transfer of money from the federal government to a state government, local government or individual person for the purposes of funding a Author: Julia Kagan. Federal aid as a percentage of state and local expenditures is the most volatile of all of the aid depicted.
How would you explain this. In s federal grants were on the rise as the federal government assumed a large role in funding programs in the states. A) is the difference between federal government revenues and expenditures in a given year.
B) has increased due to the budget deficit caused by the difference between revenues and expenditures. C) was eliminated due to George W. Bushʹs efforts to balance the budget. D) consists of the interest that government must pay on the budget deficit.
Federal grants-in-aid are transfers of governmental revenues from the national to state and local governments. There are a variety of types of federal grants.
Categorical grants entail funds given to the state and local level for the accomplishment of specific purposes specified in federal statute and enumerated in considerable detail in Author: Christopher A.
Simon, Brent S. Steel, Nicholas P. Lovrich. Federal Hwy Aid Real per capita federal highway obligation to states Highway Statistics Local Hwy Aid Real per ca pita lo cal hig hway tr. Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations Historical Trends of Federal Grants-in-Aid, Few grants account for majority of spending National vs.
state expenditures varies widely. Rise and Fall of Federal Assistance Source: U.S. Office of Management and Budget, Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal. Formula grants allocate federal dollars to states based on formulas set in law and linked to factors such as the number of highway lane miles, school-aged children, or low-income families.
A prime example is the federal-state Medicaid program, which provides subsidized health insurance to low-income households. As a result, governments often increase revenues on the sly, by lotteries, cigarette and alcohol taxes, toll roads, and sales taxes falling mostly on nonresidents (like hotel taxes or surcharges on car rentals).
Glenn R. Beamer, Creative Politics: Taxes and Public Goods in a Federal System (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, ), chap. Federal grants to state and local governments help finance critical programs and services across the country.
These grants provide roughly 31 percent of state budgets and 23 percent of state and local budgets combined, according to the most recent data. They support health care, public education, housing, community development, child care, job.
The main reason for this is the overpowering growth of Federal grants-in-aid programs during the past few decades. He proposed to solve the problem in "a single, bold stroke" by returning "some $47 billion in Federal programs to State and local government, together with the means to finance them" over a year period.
Federal Grants to State and Local Governments Summary In fiscal yearthe federal government provided $ billion in grants to state and local governments.
Those funds accounted for 17 percent of federal outlays, 4 percent of gross domestic product (GDP), and a quar-ter of spending by state and local governments that year. 1File Size: KB.
Grants to state and local governments have long been an important way in which the federal government supports and administers programs efficiently. The new budget, however, continues to significantly erode those grants. This leaves states and localities the option of either curtailing services or increasing their own taxes to compensate for declining federal funds.
Texans sent the federal government $ billion in taxes inand the state government received $ billion in grants in return, or about 15 percent of our total federal tax tab. Those grants were the state’s second-largest revenue source, providing more than a third of its net revenue in that year.
(State taxes, by contrast, supplied. Federal income tax is the primary source of the nation’s income. The use of federal tax revenues to fund grants-in-aid has been called a redistributive system, meaning taxes are collected at the national level and redistributed to states, local governments, and individual citizens through a variety of grant-based programs.
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The state funds which were advanced to the districts impacted by Hurd were rolled over every year between and Pursuant to Chapter 53 of the Laws ofadvances to the districts were reduced by 50% a year and phased out in In addition, the state has provided these districts with grants since FEDERAL GRANTS TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS MARCH 5 Health and Nonhealth Grants.
Infederal grants to state and local governments were $ billion, of which $ billion (roughl y 48 percent) was for health programs and $ billion (roughly 52 percent) was for other Size: KB. Federal Grants-in-Aid Administration: A Primer Congressional Research Service 1 Introduction Congressional authorization of federal assistance to state and local governments can be traced back to the Continental Congress and its approval of the granting of nationally owned land to states formed out of the Northwest Size: KB.The State of State (and Local) Tax Policy What types of federal grants are made to state and local governments and how do they work?
Data Sources Office of Management and Budget. Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year Analytical Perspectives. Table “Estimates of Total Income Tax Expenditures for Fiscal Years Operating Revenues. Investment Income. Other. Federal Funds-Operations.
Federal Funds-Capital. Capital Reimbursements. Bond Proceeds. MdTA Transfer. Reversion-Encumbrances. Total Department. County and Municipality Funds. Total Source ofFunds. Less: Projected Expenditures. Increase/Decrease(-). Fund Balance at July Fund.