No kitchen sink in bailout bill, but there's lots of other stuff

McClatchy NewspapersOctober 1, 2008 

This is a list of the headings of major items in H.R. 1424, the Senate bail out bill. You can find the bill here.

Page 6 — Troubled Assets Relief Program

Page 15 — Financial stability oversight board

Page 25 — Foreclosure mitigation efforts

Page 27 — Assistance to homeowners

Page 30 — Executive compensation

Page 68 — Increase in the statutory limit on the Public Debt

Page 89 — Mark to mark accounting

Page 91 — Increase in the FDIC

Page 99 - 112 — Preferred stock - Freddie Mac & Fannie Mae

Page 113 - 180 — Energy - refrigerators

Page 181 - 234 — Transportation - bicycles,

Page 234 - 261 — Oil

Page 264 - 267 —AMT

Page 269 — Tax-free distributions from IRAs for charities

Page 270 — Extensions of business tax provisions for corporations

Page 275 — Cost recovery for certain improvements to retail space

Page 278 — Tax treament of certain payments to controlling exempt organizations

Page 279 — Rum excise tax to Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands

Page 280 — Mine rescue / mine safety

Page 281 — Qualified Zone Academy Bonds

Page 288 — Depreciation for business property on Indian Reservations

Page 280 — Railroad track maintenance

Page 290 — Motorsports racing track facility

Page 290 — Hurricane Katrina and Gulf opportunity zone

Page 293 — Enhanced charitable deductions for contributions of food inventory

Page 295 — Wool modifications

Page 296 — Permanent authority for undercover operations

Page 297 — Child tax credit

Page 298 — Motion pictures

Page 300 — Children and wooden arrows

Page 301 — Exxon Valdez

Page 307 — Farming business machinery

Page 310 — Mental Health Parity Act

Page 352 — Secure payments for states and counties containing Federal Land

Page 364 — Special Projects on federal land

Page 387 — County funds

Page 394 — Disaster relief

Page 442 — Spending reductions and appropriate revenue raisers for new tax relief policy

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