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TO AMEND THE OXLEY AMENDMENT TO H.R. 5541 WITH AN AMENDMENT IN THE NATURE OF A SUBSTITUTE. H.R. 5541 AMENDS THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1934 IN ORDER TO EXTEND CERTAIN AUTHORIZATIONS OF APPROPRIATIONS CONTAINED IN SUCH ACT. THE OXLEY AMENDMENT REDUCES THE AUTHORIZED FUNDING FOR THE PUBLIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS FACILITY PROGRAM TO $14 MILION FOR FISCAL YEAR 1985, $16 MILLION FOR FISCAL YEAR 1986, AND $18 MILLION FOR FISCAL YEAR 1987; AND IT REDUCES THE AUTHORIZED FUNDING FOR THE CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING TO $186 MILLION FOR FISCAL YEAR 1987; $214 MILLION FOR FISCAL YEAR 1988, AND $246 MILLION FOR FISCAL YEAR 1989. THE DANNEMEYER SUBSTITUTE REDUCES THE AUTHORIZED FUNDING FOR THE CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING TO $130 MILLION FOR EACH OF THE FISCAL YEARS 1987, 1988, AND 1989. (MOTION FAILED).

This vote was related to a bill introduced by Sen. Timothy Wirth [D-CO, 1987-1992] on April 26, 1984, H.R. 5541 (98th): Public Broadcasting Amendments Act of 1984.

Congress
98th Congress
Date
Jul 21, 1984
Chamber
House
Number
#775
Result:
unknown

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  Yea 95
 
 
22%
19 76
  Nay 298
 
 
69%
221 77
Not Voting 40
 
 
9%
27 13
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