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Table V-4

Federal Funding of District of Columbia Programs: Expected Impact of Statehood,

Department of Human Services (Arthounts in Thousands of Dollars)

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Program and Authority Alcohol & Drug Block Grant 42 U.S.C. 300, (HHS)

These are all Health and Human Services Formula Grant programs available to the States and the District of Columbia.

2,614

2,467

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Statehood should not affect any of these programs because at the present the District is funded as if it were a state.

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Revenue budget.

Estimated budget. Source: Prepared by Brimmer & Company, Inc.

Data from FY 1987 Budget Schedule, Volume 1 and the 1986 Catalog.

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level. The Air Pollution Control Program was funded in Fiscal Year 1986 at $513,000. The same level of funding is proposed for FY 1987. This is a Project Grant Program available to any municipal or state government. There is

question but that the District would be eligible for the program if it were a state. States may receive up to

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75

per

cent

Federal funding, and other applicants may

receive 66.7

per cent funding. If the District is now funded as a municipality, under statehood there could be

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Service. The payments are made to Land Grant colleges in

50 states and the District of Columbia. Statehood should

have no impact on the funding of this program.

Table V-5

Federal Funding of District of Columbia Programs: Expected Impact of Statehood,

Other Major Programs
(Amounts in Thousands of Dollars)

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Department of Consumer and
Regulatory Affairs, Air
Polution Control Program
42 U.S.C. 7401 ft
(U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency)

513

513

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This is a project grant program. Applicants may be
municipal, intermunicipal, state or interstate agency
with legal responsibility for appropriate air pollution
planning development and establishment of air pollution
control activities and operation of activities.
State, interstate and intermunicipal programs with
an approved applicable state implementation plan may
receive up to 75% Federal funding; others may receive
66 2/3 & funding.
If the District is funded as a municipality under this
program, under statehood there could be an increase in
maximum Federal funding available up to 75%.

University of the District
of Columbia (UDC)
D.C. Cooperative Extension
Service (UDC)

944

944

Х

Payments made to land grant colleges in 50 states and
the District of Columbia.
Statehood should have no impact.

District of Columbia
Energy Office
Low Income Home Energy
(U.S. Dept. of HHS)

7,253

6,245

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All states and the District of Columbia are eligible for this formula grant program. Statehood should have no impact. Table V-5

Federal Funding of District of Columbia Programs: Expected Impact of Statehood

Other Major Programs (Amounts in Thousands of dollars)

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1,088

1,093

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Department of Public Works Highway Planning Research (U.S. Dept. of Transportation)

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This is a project grant program available to state and local governments. Statehood should have no impact.

Revenue budget

Estimated budget. Source: Prepared by Brimmer & Company, Inc.

Data from FY 1987 Budget Schedule, Volume 1, and th

1986 Catalog.

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