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reauthorize

(riːˈɔːθəˌraɪz) or

reauthorise

vb (tr)
formal to authorize (legislation, etc) again
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Im proud to introduce this legislation, which reauthorizes the Colorado River System Conservation Program, an initiative that has proven to help conserve water in the Colorado River Basin.
The White House has announced that it will not veto a bill that reauthorizes private school vouchers for Washington, D.
4159) reauthorizes NSF, NIST, and DOE OSC, and focuses on four goals: supporting research, fostering innovation, creating jobs, and improving science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education.
While this may not have been a hot topic on the campaign trail, failure to pass legislation that reauthorizes this critical program could have dire consequences in the event of a large-scale terror attack here in the United States.
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the bill reauthorizes the activities and operations of Ex-Im Bank and increases its limits on outstanding loans, guarantees, and insurance to $160 billion over three years, increasing it at $20 billion per year up to $160 billion in total exposure.
That bill reauthorizes both the Clean Water State Revolving Fund (SRF) and the Drinking Water SRF at annual funding levels far above what Congress has been appropriating annually.
The bill reauthorizes the National Film Preservation Board and the National Film Preservation Foundation, both of which Congress established in 1996 under legislation that expired in October.
State and Local Education Reform--The agreement reauthorizes Innovative Education Program Strategies at $450 million for FY 2002.
The repeal provision is part of HR 2400, the Building Efficient Surface Transportation & Equity Act, which reauthorizes the Federal Aid Highway Program for an additional six years.
The legislation "Building Efficient Surface Transportation and Quality Act of 1997" or BESTEA reauthorizes the nation's surface transportation programs for three years.