H.R.396 - Congressional Pay Adjustment Act

To reduce the annual rates of pay for Members of Congress by 20 percent, and to prohibit an adjustment in such rates during a year unless the Federal government did not run a deficit in the previous fiscal year. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: To reduce the annual rates of pay for Members of Congress by 20 percent, and to prohibit an adjustment in such rates during a year unless the Federal government did not run a deficit in the previous fiscal year. as introduced.
  • Short: Congressional Pay Adjustment Act as introduced.

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Official Summary

Congressional Pay Adjustment Act - Reduces the annual rate of pay in 2015 for Members of Congress by 20% of the 2013 pay rate. Maintains the pay rate for subsequent pay periods at the 2013 rate. Prohibits a Member of Congress from receiving a cost-of-living adjustment under the Legislative

Official Summary

Congressional Pay Adjustment Act - Reduces the annual rate of pay in 2015 for Members of Congress by 20% of the 2013 pay rate. Maintains the pay rate for subsequent pay periods at the 2013 rate. Prohibits a Member of Congress from receiving a cost-of-living adjustment under the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 during any fiscal year (beginning with FY2014) unless the Secretary of the Treasury reports to Congress (beginning with FY2013) that a federal budget deficit did not exist in the previous fiscal year.

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