Federal Revenue Sharing Act
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The Federal Revenue Sharing Act, also called the Expenditures from Receipts Act, was a bill passed in 1913 by the US Congress. It allowed the federal government to split national forest and park revenues 50-50 between itself and the states for National Forest Road and Trail repair.
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