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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—APR. 1, 1993 107 STAT. 2537 (8) ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (FUNCTION TSO).—(A) The Community Policing ("Cops on the Beat") program will be funded at the level requested by the President for fiscal year 1998. (B) Funds to reduce the availability and use of illegal drugs will be shifted over the next 5 years so that the allocation shall be equally distributed between the so-called "supply side" (interdiction, law enforcement, and international supply reduction efforts) and the so-called "demand side (education, rehabilitation, treatment, and research programs). (b) DEBT LIMIT IN RECONCILIATION.— <1) Any concurrent resolution on the budget that contains reconciliation directives shall include a directive with respect to the statutory limit on the public debt. (2) Any change in the statutory limit on the public debt that is recommended pursuant to a reconciliation directive shall be included in the reconciliation legislation reported pursuant to section 310 of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 for that fiscal year. (3) Except as provided in paragraph (4), the Senate shall not consider any bill or joint resolution (or any amendment thereto or conference report thereon) that increases the statutory limit on the public debt during a fiscal year above the level set forth as appropriate for that fiscal year in the concurrent resolution on the budget for that fiscal year agreed to under section 301 of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974. (4) The prohibition of paragraph (3) shall not apply to a reconciliation bill or reconciliation resolution reported pursuant to section 310(b) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 during any fiscal year (or any conference report thereon) that contains a provision that— (A) increases the statutory limit on the public debt pursuant to a directive of the type described in section 310(a)(3) of that Act; and (B) becomes effective on or after the first day of the following fiscal year. (c) DEFICIT REDUCTION ACCOUNT.— I t is assumed that the Committee on Finance of the Senate and the Committee on Ways and Means of the House of Representatives should report legislation to— (1) establish a separate account in the Treasury into which all of the amounts by which the aggregate levels of Federal revenue should be increased would be deposited; (2) ensure that any revenues deposited in such account would not be available for appropriation; and (3) provide that any such revenues deposited in such account would be used to retire outstanding debt obligations of the United States Government. (d) LINE-ITEM VETO AUTHORITY INCLUDING APPROPRIATIONS AND TAX EXPENDITURES. —The President should be granted lineitem veto authority over items of appropriation and tax expenditures and that line-item veto authority should expire at the conclusion of the One Hundred Third Congress. (e) USE OF SAVINGS FROM GOVERNMENT STREAMLINING.— Any amounts saved through the efforts of the National Performance Review Task Force headed by the Vice President and as a result of any other reorganization and streamlining of