Description: H.Amdt. 842 — 101st Congress (1989-1990)All Information (Except Text)

Amendment sought to establish a rural drug policy coordinator in the Office of the National Drug Policy Control Center. It would have authorized $20 million in fiscal year 1991 for rural drug enforcement assistance.

Purpose:

An amendment to improve rural drug enforcement and international supply interdiction efforts. The amendment would establish a Rural Drug Policy Coordinator within the drug czar's office and authorize $20 million in funding over three years for rural drug enforcement assistanc. The interdiction provisions of the bill would be amended by establishing an International Drug Interdiction Training Simulator Center at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center facility at Marana, Arizona. Any additional budget outlays would be offset by reductions in government travel.

House Amendment Code:

(A031)

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