H.R.5927 - Share the Financial Burden Act

To limit the amount which may be provided for allowances and expenses of any office of the House of Representatives or Senate to 95% of the amount provided for the office for fiscal year 2010, and to limit the pay of Members of Congress to 95% of the amount provided for fiscal year 2010. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: To limit the amount which may be provided for allowances and expenses of any office of the House of Representatives or Senate to 95% of the amount provided for the office for fiscal year 2010, and to limit the pay of Members of Congress to 95% of the amount provided for fiscal year 2010. as introduced.
  • Short: Share the Financial Burden Act as introduced.

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Share the Financial Burden Act - Prohibits the aggregate amount which may be appropriated or otherwise made available for any fiscal year for allowances and expenses (including salaries) of any congressional office from exceeding 95% of the aggregate amount for FY2010. Amends the Legislativ

Official Summary

Share the Financial Burden Act - Prohibits the aggregate amount which may be appropriated or otherwise made available for any fiscal year for allowances and expenses (including salaries) of any congressional office from exceeding 95% of the aggregate amount for FY2010. Amends the Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 to reduce to 95% of the FY2010 rate the annual salary of a Member of Congress, Delegate or Resident Commissioner, the President pro tempore of the Senate, the Majority Leaders and Minority Leaders of both chambers, and the Speaker of the House, until otherwise provided by enactment of other law.

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