ENACTED: PUBLIC LAW 104-150 (6-3-96)
SHORT TITLE: Coastal Zone Management Reauthorization Act of 1995
OFFICIAL TITLE: A bill to reauthorize the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972, and for other purposes.
INTRODUCED: June 29, 1995
REFERRAL: Committee on Resources
SPONSOR: Rep Saxton (R-NJ: Chairman, Resources Subcommittee on Fisheries, Wildlife, and Oceans)
As introduced: Gilchrest, Farr, Bilbray, Studds, Horn, Torkildsen, English, Clyburn, Smith, C., Markey, LoBiondo, de la Garza, Klug, Morella, Reed, Spence, Frost, Dellums, Torres, Kennedy, P., Hinchey, Beilenson, Faleomavaega, Waxman, Green, Filner, Lowey, Pallone, Berman, Goss, Johnston, Cardin, Meehan, Lantos, Johnson, N., Baldacci, Furse, Meek, Foglietta, Shays, Stupak, Manton, Roybal-Allard, Hoyer, Gilman, Gejdenson, Mink, Serrano, Flake, Kennedy, J., Romero-Barcelo, Engel, Ehlers, Forbes, Boehlert, Ackerman, Spratt, Miller, G., Zimmer, Houghton, Quinn, Walsh, Underwood, Pelosi, Towns, Lazio, Weldon, C., Kelly, Woolsey, Nadler, Mineta, Frisa, Fox, DeFazio, and Frank.
07/12/95 Seastrand, Wyden, DeLauro, Blute, McDermott, and Stark.
07/19/95 Maloney, Lofgren, and Eshoo.
09/07/95 Callahan, Hefner, Sanford, Martini, and Owens.
09/18/95 Castle, Matsui, Torricelli, Harman, Dixon, Deutsch, Peterson, P., Stearns, Lipinski, and Longley.
09/27/95 Hastings, A, Clayton, Riggs, Rivers, Brown, G., Rose, Franks, B., and Borski.
10/17/95 Bachus, Watt, Bonior, Roukema, Foley, Kennelly, and Slaughter.
11/14/95 Brown, C., Shaw, Bentsen, Vento, and Moran.
Rep Franks, G. - 02/28/96 Franks, G., Andrews, Campbell, Oberstar, and LaFalce.
03/04/96 Schumer and McNulty.
COMPLETE BILL TEXT:
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Coastal Zone Management Reauthorization Act of 1995 - Amends the Coastal Zone Management Act of 1972 to authorize annual grants to States to develop coastal zone management programs. Limits each State to four (currently, two) grants.
Authorizes grants to States to implement program changes.
Allows financial assistance under existing provisions for research and monitoring in a national estuarine reserve to be used for research outside such a reserve if the activities support research inside the reserve.
Authorizes appropriations for: (1) such development grants; (2) administering State management programs; (3) resource management improvement grants; (4) coastal zone enhancement grants; (5) grants under the National Estuarine Research Reserve System; (6) technical assistance; and (7) expenses incidental to the administration of the Act.
(Source: Library of Congress)