Every year Congress determines exactly how much money will be made available to the Legislative Branch and the purpose for which it can be spent. The Legislative Branch Appropriations bills directs congressional spending, line-item by line-item — but, alas, the instructions are published as prose, can run for dozens of pages, and it is difficult to see how appropriations spending has changed over the decades.
We’ve gone through all of the spending bills for the last quarter-century and lined up the spending items in a downloadable spreadsheet. Now you can see how spending on each line-item has changed from 1994 forward.
Peruse the Legislative Branch budget line items from fiscal years 1994-2020 below, or download the data set here.
[googleapps domain=”docs” dir=”spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vRTj7GCWXNYneCzErCoIU2fRMP7JMXvfF8jJFa_0nA00IW4h7WbLX7TGWteCv5-p-b7hDQsa8x9IXXt/pubhtml” query=”widget=true&headers=false” /]
Questions, comments, concerns? Drop us a line at [email protected]
One thought on “25 Years of Legislative Branch Appropriations”
Comments are closed.