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Created FEC. Limits placed on contributions. Disclosure of contributions required. Subsidies for candidates provided.
Increased government power for surveillance, searches, and detainment in order to combat terrorism
Ended federal entitlement status of welfare. Instead, block grants given to states
CBO must study impact of unfunded mandates on states
Literacy tests banned. Federal government can count ballots, register voters, approve procedure changes
Allowed public access to nonclassified federal documents
Gender discrimination in federally subsidized programs prohibited
President can send troops overseas only if he notifies Congress within 48 hours and withdraws within 90 days
Sanctions against schools that fail to meet standards. Annual tests imposed on students
Discrimination against old people prohibited.
Job discrimination against disabled prohibited. Increased access to facilities for disabled.
Congressional budget committees created. Deferral and rescission
States don't have to recognize same-sex marriage
Emissions standards established
Restored compelling purpose guideline for courts when dealing with religion. Struck down later
Encouraged voter registration by allowing people to register while doing driver's license renewals/applications
Employment discrimination banned. Racial preferences in hiring okay. Affirmative action required.
Hard money limit raised to $2000. Soft money contributions to national parties banned.
Limits political activities of civil service employees
Gradual budget reduction targets set. If targets not met: sequester

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