H.R. 4506 (103rd): Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 1995

May 26, 1994 (103rd Congress, 1993–1994)
Signed by the President
Slip Law:
This bill became Pub.L. 103-316.
Tom Bevill
Representative for Alabama's 4th congressional district
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Last Updated
Aug 11, 1994
17 pages
Related Bills
H.Res. 449 (rule)

Agreed To (Simple Resolution)
Jun 14, 1994


This bill was enacted after being signed by the President on August 26, 1994.

Referred to Committee Feb 07, 1994
Introduced May 26, 1994
Reported by Committee May 26, 1994
Passed House Jun 14, 1994
Passed Senate with Changes Jun 30, 1994
Conference Report Agreed to by House Aug 10, 1994
Conference Report Agreed to by Senate Aug 11, 1994
Senate Agreed to Changes Aug 11, 1994
Signed by the President Aug 26, 1994
Full Title

Making appropriations for energy and water development for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1995, and for other purposes.


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Jun 14, 1994 3:12 p.m.
Failed 188/241
Jun 14, 1994 4:34 p.m.
Passed 393/29
Jun 30, 1994 6:38 p.m.
Bill Passed 91/8
On the Conference Report
Aug 10, 1994 1:01 p.m.
Passed 393/34


House Appropriations

Energy and Water Development, and Related Agencies

Senate Appropriations

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8/10/1994--House receded and concurred with amendment.
Title I - Department of Defense-Civil Title II: Department of the Interior Title III: Department of Energy Title IV: Independent Agencies Title V: General Provisions Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 1995
Title I - Department of Defense-Civil
Makes appropriations for FY 1995 for:
(1) authorized civil functions of the Department of the Army relating to rivers and harbors, flood control, beach erosion, and related purposes;
(2) expenses necessary for the collection and study of information related to such purposes;
(3) the prosecution of authorized water development and related projects;
(4) certain flood control projects on the Mississippi River and its related tributaries;
(5) water development projects operation and maintenance;
(6) regulatory programs;
(7) flood control and coastal emergencies;
(8) oil spill research; and
(9) general expenses.
Reduces certain amounts previously available for obligation in FY 1995.
Prohibits the Secretary of the Army from collecting fees at boat launching ramps located in undeveloped or lightly developed shorelands with minimum security and illumination.
Title II - Department of the Interior
Makes FY 1995 appropriations for:
(1) carrying out the Central Utah Project Completion Act;
(2) the Bureau of Reclamation;
(3) general investigation of proposed Federal reclamation projects;
(4) project construction and rehabilitation;
(5) project operation and maintenance;
(6) Bureau of Reclamation Loans Program Account;
(7) the Central Valley Project Restoration Fund; and
(8) general, special, and emergency funds.
Cancels specified amounts from the offsetting collections credited to the Working Capital Fund due to:
(1) reduced rental charges; and
(2) efficiencies in the procurement process.
Title III - Department of Energy
Makes appropriations to the Department of Energy (DOE) for FY 1995 for:
(1) energy supply, research, and development activities (authorizing certain previously appropriated sums to be transferred into the Isotope Production and Distribution Program Fund);
(2) uranium supply and enrichment activities;
(3) the Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and Decommissioning Fund;
(4) general DOE science and research activities (making specified funds available as a one-time contribution to complete certain partially completed facilities at the Superconducting Super Collider project);
(5) the Nuclear Waste Disposal Fund;
(6) atomic energy defense weapons activities;
(7) defense environmental restoration and waste management;
(8) DOE materials support and other DOE defense programs;
(9) defense nuclear waste disposal;
(10) DOE administration expenses;
(11) Office of the Inspector General;
(12) operation, maintenance, construction, rehabilitation, and funding expenses of the various geographical power administrations of DOE; and
(13) salaries and expenses of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Title IV - Independent Agencies
Makes appropriations for FY 1995 for: (1) the Appalachian Regional Commission; (2) the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board; (3) the Delaware River Basin Commission; (4) the Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin; (5) the Nuclear Regulatory Commission; (6) the Office of the Inspector General; (7) the Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board and the Nuclear Waste Negotiator; (8) the Susquehanna River Basin Commission; and (9) the Tennessee Valley Authority.
Title V - General Provisions
Expresses the sense of the Congress that, to the greatest extent practicable, all equipment and products purchased with funds made available in this Act should be American-made. Requires the head of each Federal agency to notify any entity receiving financial assistance or entering into any contract under this Act of this policy.

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