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Appropriations History

FY 2009 Superfund Budget

Fiscal YearBudget Estimate to CongressHouse AllowanceSenate AllowanceAppropriation1/2/
2001 2/$48,526,700 3/$60,000,000N/A 4/$63,000,000 
Rescission000-138,600 
200270,228,00070,228,00070,228,00070,228,000 
Supplemental00010,500,000 
200374,471,00084,074,00076,074,00083,528,000 
      
200478,744,00080,000,00078,774,00078,774,000 
Rescission   -465,000 
200580,486,00080,486,00080,486,00080,486,000 
Rescission   -644,000 
200680,289,00080,289,00080,289,00080,289,000 
Rescission   -1,181,000 
200779,108,00079,414,00078,414,00079,117,000 
200878,434,00079,117,00078,434,00078,775,000 
Rescission   -1,229,000 
200977,546,000    

1/ Reflects enacted supplementals, rescissions, and reappropriations.
2/ Beginning in FY2001, NIEHS received a separate appropriation.
3/ Estimate proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency.
4/ Senate version of the FY2001 VA-HUD appropriations bill did not include an appropriation for NIEHS' Superfund related activities.

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