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PUBLIC LAW 104-130—APR. 9, 1996 110 STAT. 1203 and reports required by sections 252(b) and 254 of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985. "(b) ADJUSTMENTS TO SPENDING LIMITS. — After ten calendar days (excluding Sundays) after the expiration of the time period in section 1025(b)(1) for expedited congressional consideration of a disapproval bill for a special message containing a cancellation of discretionary budget authority, OMB shall make the reduction included in subsection (a)(1)(B) as part of the next sequester report required by section 254 of the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985. "(c) EXCEPTION.— Subsection (b) shall not apply to a cancellation if a disapproval bill or other law that disapproves that cancellation is enacted into law prior to 10 calendar days (excluding Sundays) after the expiration of the time period set forth in section 1025(b)(1). "(d) CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE ESTIMATES. — AS soon as practicable after the President makes a cancellation from a law under section 1021(a), the Director of the Congressional Budget Office shall provide the Committees on the Budget of the House of Representatives and the Senate with an estimate of the reduction of the budget authority and the reduction in outlays flowing from such reduction of budget authority for each outyear. " E XP E D IT E D CONGRESSIONAL CONSIDERATION OF DISAPPROVAL BILLS " SEC. 1025. (a) RECEIPT AND REFERRAL OF SPECIAL MESSAGE.— 2 USC 69id. Each special message transmitted under this part shall be referred to the Committee on the Budget and the appropriate committee or committees of the Senate and the Committee on the Budget and the appropriate committee or committees of the House of Representatives. Each such message shall be printed as a document of the House of Representatives. "(b) TIME PERIOD FOR EXPEDITED PROCEDURES.— "(1) There shall be a congressional review period of 30 calendar days of session, beginning on the first calendar day of session after the date on which the special message is received in the House of Representatives and the Senate, during which the procedures contained in this section shall apply to both Houses of Congress. "(2) In the House of Representatives the procedures set forth in this section shall not apply after the end of the period described in paragraph (1). "(3) If Congress adjourns at the end of a Congress prior to the expiration of the period described in paragraph (1) and a disapproval bill was then pending in either House of Congress or a committee thereof (including a conference committee of the two Houses of Congress), or was pending before the President, a disapproval bill for the same special message may be introduced within the first five calendar days of session of the next Congress and shall be treated as a disapproval bill under this part, and the time period described in paragraph (1) shall commence on the day of introduction of that disapproval bill. "(c) INTRODUCTION OF DISAPPROVAL BILLS. — (1) In order for a disapproval bill to be considered under the procedures set forth in this section, the bill must meet the definition of a disapproval bill and must be introduced no later than the fifth calendar day of session following the beginning of the period described in subsection (b)(1).