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(ă-prō′prē-ăt) [L. appropriatus, made one's own]
1. In psychiatry, pert. to behavior that is suitable and congruent.
2. In medical practice, pert. to care that is expected to yield health benefits that considerably exceed risk.
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This savings allows Senate appropriators to be a bit more generous in several areas.
The CDFI program would receive $248 million, the same amount it received in FY2017, under the Financial Services appropriations measure released by Senate GOP appropriators Monday.
Key Texas players: Again, the appropriators will be pivotal, though many in Washington expect Zika funding to be folded into a larger budget resolution.
In an effort to win support from Democrats, House appropriators left out contentious policy provisions such as one blocking Obama's 2010 health-care law.
With the legislative days before the January 15 deadline dwindling, House and Senate appropriators are growing more concerned that they may end up piecing together yet another continuing resolution (CR).
Appropriators take these recommendations into consideration as they write spending bills.
Defense appropriators on Capitol Hill granted the request, just a month after Iran announced it would begin uranium enrichment at a hardened underground facility near Qom in the Fardow mountain range.
The vast support for MIOTCRA among legislators was demonstrated by a pair of letters to appropriators from members of Congress communicating support for the bill and its efforts to provide appropriate care for offenders with mental illness.
The House has not yet followed suit, although House Appropriators did manage to successfully adopt an amendment to the fiscal year 2012 agriculture appropriations bill, H.R.
FMBL focuses on the appropriators and budgeteers while LL handles all other members and committees.
The budget resolution is not a legally binding document; but it is approved in both chambers and sets the overall spending caps that the appropriators use as a guide when developing spending allocations for individual programs.