AFL

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AcronymDefinition
AFLAmerican Federation of Labor
AFLAmerican Football League (1960s)
AFLAustralian Football League
AFLArena Football League
AFLAlberta Federation of Labour
AFLAll for Less (phone service plan)
AFLAssessment for Learning (education)
AFLAfloat
AFLAdaptive Forward Lighting (automotive engineering)
AFLAcademic Free License (software license)
AFLAmerica Fujikura Ltd. (various locations)
AFLAeroflot (Russian Airline, ICAO code)
AFLArmed Forces of Liberia
AFLAmerican Fuzzy Lop (rabbit)
AFLActive for Life (various organizations)
AFLAtrial Flutter
AFLAccel Frontline Ltd. (India)
AFLArabic as a Foreign Language (various locations)
AFLAcademic Free License
AFLAbstract Family of Language
AFLAdaptive Forward Lighting
AFLAssociation Française pour la Lecture (French: French Reading Association)
AFLAdvance Fee Loan (various locations)
AFLAssociation Française du Lupus (French: French Lupus Association)
AFLAssociation Française de Limnologie (French: French Limnology Association)
AFLAir Fluid Level
AFLAlcoholics for Life
AFLAlcoholic Fatty Liver
AFLAbstract Family of Languages
AFLAssociation Familiale du Limousin (French: Limousin Family Association; Limousin, France)
AFLAcemai France Logique (French elevator manufacturer)
AFLAbove Floor Level
AFLArtists for Literacy (San Francisco, CA)
AFLAfter Fader Listening (audio mixing)
AFLAutofocus Lock (cameras)
AFLAssisted Family Living (various locations)
AFLAir Force Letter
AFLAbsoFreakinLutely
AFLAuthorized Funding Level
AFLAirborne Flying Laboratory
AFLActive Fuel Length
AFLAutoland Flight Tests
AFLApproximate Full Load
AFLAutomatic Line Feed
AFLApplied Fisheries Laboratory
AFLAuxiliary Fuel Line
AFLAway From Link
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The 2008 farm bill reauthorized EQIP through September 30, 2012, with annual authorized funding levels of $1.2 billion in FY 2008, $1.34 billion in FY 2009, $1.45 billion in FY 2010, $1.59 billion in FY 2011, and $1.75 billion in FY 2012.
The House bill puts basic research programs at the three agencies on a path to doubling authorized funding levels over 10 years, and the Senate committee's bill does the same for NSF and NIST.
"While S.1400 would authorize significant new funding for the CW and SRFs, as well as a substantial new grant assistance program, NACWA is concerned that the federal government will be unable to meet the authorized funding levels. Therefore, consideration must be given to a clean water trust fund, similar to those that exist for highways and aviation, to ensure financing for S.1400," Kirk said.
While the House did raise authorized funding levels by $4.7 billion over the next two years, NEA will continue its push for full funding and lobby for the Hagel-Harkin full funding amendment (S.
Spurred by news of several controversial grants - to the Los Angeles performance space Highways and several performance artists - the Senate committee reduced authorized funding levels by 5 percent per year over the five-year period beginning with $153.9 million for the NEA in 1996, and adjusted the NEA's funding formulas to mandate 40 percent of program funds for block grants to the states; 40 percent for grants of "national significance"; 10 percent for direct grants to organizations and literature fellowships; and 10 percent for arts education and "underserved communities."
Last session, the House approved legislation that would boost the authorized funding levels for the COPS program, which provides grants, training and technical assistance to local law enforcement agencies.
These initiatives and their authorized funding levels are provided in Table 9.
Increase the authorized funding levels for the Assistance for Small and Disadvantaged Communities program from $60 million per year through FY2021 to $230 million for FY2019 and $300 million each year for FY2020 FY2023;
Meanwhile, the Bush administration has expressed concern about the "dramatic increases" in authorized funding levels in the bills.
House of Representatives approved legislation that would boost the authorized funding levels for a federal program that helps local law enforcement agencies hire more police officers.
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