Summary: H.Con.Res.341 — 102nd Congress (1991-1992)All Information (Except Text)

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Introduced in House (06/30/1992)

Expresses the sense of the Congress that the Federal Government should: (1) reduce by 60 percent, within two years, expenditures for foreign assistance; (2) enforce U.S. trade laws to restore employment and open foreign markets; (3) intitiate incentives to restore U.S. international competitiveness; (4) reduce Department of Defense spending and redirect the defense industrial structure to domestic needs; (5) rebuild U.S. infrastructure and develop new forms of transportation; (6) require host nations to assume the total costs of U.S. military presence; (7) recover uncollected taxes; (8) implement tax parity between domestic and foreign enterprises operating within the United States; (9) require full elimination of waste, fraud, abuse, and unnecessary spending in all branches of government within two years; (10) implement a program to protect U.S. natural resources from foreign exploitation by restricting ownership and limiting exportation; (11) establish a goal, by 2000, of providing comprehensive health care for all U.S. citizens; and (12) implement incentives for States to initiate training and work-fare programs for the unemployed and welfare recipients.