[Public Law 104–4; 109 Stat. 48; March 22, 1995; S. 1]
Microsoft Word Documents
Sections 1 through 4 of UMRA (MS Word)
UMRA of 1995 (MS Word)
Presidential Documents: Delegation of Authority To Issue Guidelines and Instructions 60 F.R. 45039
U.S. General Accounting Office, Unfunded Mandates: Reform Act Has Had Little Effect on Agencies’ Rulemaking Actions, GAO-GDD-98-30, February 4, 1998, p. 29.
Legislative History Notes
Public Law: Pub. L 104-4
Stat. At Large: 109 Stat. 48
Enacted: March 22, 1995
Bill Number: S. 1 (114th Congress
Sponsor: Sen. Kempthorne, Dirk [R-ID]
Note: This was a large priority of the newly elected 104th Congress, a result of significant numbers of newly elected Republican Members of Congress, enough to switch majority control of both Houses of Congress to that party’s control. Hence UMRA, as it is colloquially known, was one of the first bills enacted — with the support of then President Bill Clinton.