107 STAT. 2536 CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—APR. 1, 1993 for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration for any fiscal year from 1994 through 1998 in excess of the amounts proposed by the President for such fiscal year. (4) NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT (FUNCTION 300).—(A) Fees charged for domestic Uvestock grazing on lands under the jurisdiction of the Secretary of Agriculture and the Secretary of the Interior in western States should be set at an amount that permits the ranching industry to remain viable and reflects the economic realities of the industry, rather than at an amount that meets arbitrary revenue targets. (B) Royalty fees charged for hardrock mining should be set at an amount that permits the mining industry to remain viable in the United States and reflects the economic realities of the industry, rather than at an amount that meets arbitrary revenue targets. (5) EDUCATION, TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT, AND SOCIAL SERVICES (FUNCTION 500). — <A) The Head Start program will be funded at the level requested by the President for fiscal year 1998. (B) T^e education reform and initiatives will be funded at the level requested by the President for fiscal year 1998. (C) The defense conversion programs will be funded at the level requested by the President for fiscal year 1998. (6) HEALTH (FUNCTION 550.—(A) The Committee on Labor and Himian Resources will make every effort to embark upon a sustained investment strategy in health research and development over the next 5 years and support for the continuum of medical research should be a central feature in any plan to reform the United States health care system. (B) The vast msgority of rising mandatory program costs is due to increasing Federal health care costs, and these costs are assumed in the levels set forth in this resolution. (C) Health care reform is essential to curb the escalating costs of health entitlement programs to reduce the deficit. (D) The reduction in health costs in this budget resolution should be augmented by further savings in Federal health outlays as a part 01 comprehensive health care reform which will be reflected in future budget resolutions. (E) Comprehensive health reform will result in long term savings both for the public and private sectors of the American economy, and reduce the deficit levels set forth in this resolution at an ever increasing pace. (F) Health care reform legislation should receive priority attention by the United States Congress with a target date of enactment of such legislation being no later then September 30, 1993. (7) INCOME SECURITY (FUNCTION 600).—The Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program will be funded at the level requested by the President for fiscal year 1998.