Amendments to the Rural Electrification Act of 1936
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Amendments to the Rural Electrification Act of 1936 report (to accompany H.R. 5954) by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture

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  • Rural electrification -- Law and legislation -- United States

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SeriesReport / 102d Congress, 2d session, House of Representatives -- 102-943
The Physical Object
Pagination19 p. ;
Number of Pages19
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Open LibraryOL14439890M

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3. RURAL ELECTRIFICATION ACT OF [As Amended Through P.L. –, Effective ] (Act of ) øMaterial in brackets and footnotes are not part of Act.¿ TABLE OF CONTENTS1 * * * * * * * TITLE I—RURAL ELECTRIFICATION Sec. 1. ø¿ Short title. Sec. 2. ø¿ General authority of the Secretary of Agriculture. Rural Electrification Act of 7 U S C b with Amendments as Approved Through Oct 20 Book Description: Report of the Administrator Author: United States. Rural Electrification Act () Andrew R. Klein. The Rural Electrification Act (49 Stat. ) was one of the most important pieces of legislation during the era of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New allowed the federal government to make low-cost loans to non-profit cooperatives (farmers who had banded together) for the purpose of bringing electricity to much of rural America for. Pub. L. –, §6, Nov. 1, , Stat. , provided that: "Except as provided in section 2(b) of the Rural Electrification Act of [7 U.S.C. (b)] and section of the Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act [7 U.S.C. e], as added by sections 2(c)(1)(C) and 5 of this Act, not later than 45 days after the date of.

In , President Franklin Delano Roosevelt enacted one of the most important pieces of legislation during the Depression years. The “Rural Electrification Act” (REA) was a part of his “New. The Rural Electrification Act of , enacted on , provided federal loans for the installation of electrical distribution systems to serve isolated rural areas of the United States.. The funding was channeled through cooperative electric power companies, hundreds of which still exist today. These member-owned cooperatives purchased power on a wholesale basis and distributed it. Therefore, in Congress passed the Rural Electrification Act to give rural Americans a 'fair chance.' On January 1, , Daniel Freeman filed one of the nation's first homestead claims in Gage County, Nebraska. About seventy years later one of the first Rural Electrification Districts was created in Gage County, Nebraska.   Congress has enacted many public laws bearing on rural policies and rural residents. The Rural Electrification Act of , to cite one significant example, was central to the provision of electrical power and telephone service throughout rural America. In , Congress created the.

  United States. Rural Electrification Administration. Rural electrification act of [7 U.S.C. (b)], with amendments as approved through Oct. 20, [Washington]: Dept. of Agriculture, Rural Electrification Administration, [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document. To administer the loans and monitor the progress of rural electrification, the act established the Rural Electrification Administration (REA) as a permanent agency after it had first been created by an executive order in [1]. (See our summary of the Rural Electrification Administration for . The Rural Electrification Act of , referred to in subsecs. (c)(2) and (h)(1), is act , ch. , 49 Stat. , as amended, which is classified generally to chapter 31 (§ et seq.) of this title. For complete classification of this Act to the Code, see section of this title and Tables. Codification. To amend the Rural Electrification Act of , and for other purposes. 1. Amendments to the Rural Electrification Act of Section of the Rural Electrification Act of (7 U.S.C. bb) is amended— (1) in subsection (a), by striking loans and loan guarantees and inserting loans, loan guarantees, and grants; (2).