Unformatted text preview: restricted. Defense: The proposed plan does not conflict with congressional intent, and that circumventing the provisions does not run counter the intent of congress. In using the rev. funds for fire-mans salaries, putting the same general funds to use in any way they see fit is OK. They also argue that it is too difficult to enforce. Verdict: The money cannot be spent by the city as water rebates because it was not the intent of the federal government for the money to be used as a non-priority expenditure. Law and Economics Notes: This is also a question of restricting money use, does this economically make sense?...
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- Fall '07
- Economics, US District Court, revenue sharing, GENERAL FUNDS