Ways and means

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WAYS AND MEANS. In legislative assemblies there is usually appointed a committee whose duties are to inquire into, and propose to the house, the ways and means to be adopted to raise funds for the use of the government. This body is called the committee of ways and means.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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1637, filed with the House Committee on Ways and Means (6/3/04).
TEI's letter urges the Committee on Ways and Means to defer action on the Administration's proposals until interested parties have an opportunity to analyze the white paper, as well as review the Joint Committee on Taxation's still-to-be-released interest and penalty study, even if this means that no legislative action can be taken this summer.
On behalf of Tax Executives Institute, I am writing to urge the Committee on Ways and Means to proceed cautiously in including provisions relating to so-called corporate tax shelters in the tax bill the Committee is currently crafting.
On June 17, TEI filed comments with the House Committee on Ways and Means on factors affecting the international competitiveness of U.S.
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