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Thursday, 10th March 2005

Unfunded Mandates: A Snapshot Survey

Local Governments--Unfunded Mandates
Source: National Association of Counties
Unfunded Mandates: A Snapshot Survey (PDF; 732 KB)
From press release: "The snapshot survey looked at several federal mandates affecting counties including the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, HIPAA, HAVA and uncompensated healthcare. The survey found that for only 30 counties, the three-year total cost of an average of six mandates is $1.5 billion dollars. If all federal mandates were included, the nationwide unfunded mandate figure could reach in the hundreds of billions."


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