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It was designated as Georgia's " Public Liberal Arts University " in 1996 by the Board of Regents, and is a member of the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges.
In August 1996, the Board of Regents approved a change of name to Georgia College & State University, and a new mission as Georgia's Public Liberal Arts University.

1996 and budget
* 1996 – Proposed budget cuts by Benjamin Netanyahu spark protests from 250, 000 workers who shut down services across Israel.
In January 1995, Kemp's stated reason for not entering the 1996 Republican Party presidential primaries was that his personal beliefs were out of balance with the contemporary Republican political landscape: Kemp opposed term limits, he always preferred tax cuts to anything resembling a balanced budget amendment and, unlike most Republicans, favored federal incentives to combat urban poverty.
The Parliament refused to approve the Commission's 1996 community's budget on grounds of financial mismanagement, fraud and nepotism.
It made the Mayor of Buenos Aires an elective position ( previously the office belonged to a presidential appointee and was in control of a huge budget ), to be lost to the opposition in 1996 ; the president of the Central Bank and the Director of the AFIP ( Federal Tax & Customs Central Agency ) could only be removed with the Congress's approval.
Renovation work conducted from October 1996 to January 2000 was completed on a budget of 576 million 1999 francs.
Perry cautioned Congress in September of the possibility that President Clinton would veto the FY 1996 Defense budget bill because Congress had added $ 7 billion in overall spending, mainly for weapon systems that the Defense Department did not want, and because of restrictions on contingency operations Congress had put in the bill.
When Congress and the administration finally settled on a budget compromise midway through FY 1996, DoD received $ 254. 4 billion TOA, slightly more than in FY 1995, but in terms of real growth a 2 % cut.
Shortly before he introduced his FY 1997 budget request in March 1996, Perry warned that the United States might have to give up the strategy of preparing for two major regional conflicts if the armed forces suffered further reductions.
The Five-Year Modernization Plan Perry introduced in March 1996 reflected his basic assumptions that the Defense budget would not decline in FY 1997 and would grow thereafter ; that DoD would realize significant savings from infrastructure cuts, most importantly base closings ; and that other savings would come by contracting out many support activities and reforming the defense acquisition system.
For FY 1997 the Clinton administration requested a DoD appropriation of $ 242. 6 billion, about 6 % less in inflation-adjusted dollars than the FY 1996 budget.
In 1996, the NFB absorbed a 32 % cut to its operating budget, forcing it to lay off staff, close its film laboratory, sound stage ( now privatized ) as well as other departments.
Studio D was shut down in 1996, amidst a sweeping set of federal government budget cuts, which impacted the NFB as a whole.
However, the negotiations in order to land the annual state budget in 1996 were particularly tough.
Lost Highway was shot in approximately 84 days ; from November 29, 1995, until February 22, 1996, funded with a moderately large budget of $ 15 million from the French production company StudioCanal.
In 1996, 2002 and 2004 studies were published analyzing the state budget line-item by line-item and recommending privatization or elimination of many government activities.
The budget deficit was turned into a surplus in 1996, not least because of the close cooperation between Davíð and Friðrik Sophusson, the Minister of Finance, who had also been a prominent young libertarian.
Since 1996, the NEA has partially rebounded with a 2004 budget of $ 121 million.
The National Rifle Association of America contends that Dr Kellermann “ severely understates defensive uses of guns ,” and that his “ conclusions provide anti-gunners propaganda .” Kellermann ’ s findings have been linked to the June 1996 Republican-led decision of the U. S. House Appropriations Committee to strip US $ 2. 6 million from the budget of the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control at the U. S. Centers for Disease Control – the exact amount previously set aside for NCIPC / CDC research into the causes and effects of firearm-related death and injury.
It was speculated that last-minute re-shoots in March and April 1996 ( to clarify a scene about Jo as a child ) and overtime requirements in post-production and at ILM, raised the budget to $ 90 million.
In 1996, Zane played the eponymous classic comic book hero in the big budget action film The Phantom, based on Lee Falk's comic.
In 1996, he appeared in Paramount's big budget cinema adaptation of The Phantom comic strip, playing the original, murdered Phantom, and father of the current incarnation of the title character ( played by Billy Zane ) who carried on his father's " undying " persona.
Following many budget cuts to local programming beginning in 1996, the vast majority of shows played on CJOH-DT simply consists of American programming simultaneous substitutions, or simsubs.
Major events included passage of elements of the Contract with America and a budget impasse between Congress and the Clinton Administration that resulted in the Federal government shutdown of 1995 and 1996.
Compromise came with difficulty, though, as the parties failed to agree on a budget, causing the federal government to shut down in late 1995 into early 1996.

1996 and deficit
From 1987 to 1996, Thailand also saw a huge current account deficit with an average of-5. 4 percent of the GDP per year, and the deficit continued to be increasing.
In 1996, the current account deficit accounted for-7. 887 percent of the country's GDP ( or USD14. 351 billion ).
From 1996 to 2000, he was vice-president of the actors ' union Equity, helping with a huge restructuring programme which turned a £ 500, 000 deficit into a small surplus.
The budgetary problems of his previous administrations had only increased during Kelly's term, with city officials estimating a fiscal 1996 deficit between $ 700 million and $ 1 billion.
In 1996, both the Democrats and the Republicans agreed to deficit reduction on the back of Ross Perot's popularity in the 1992 election.
The Line Item Veto Act of 1996 allowed the President to " cancel ", that is to void or legally nullify, certain provisions of appropriations bills, and disallowed the use of funds from canceled provisions for offsetting deficit spending in other areas.
His research group have linked the origins of the ToM deficit to joint attention ( Brit J. Dev Psychol, 1987 ) and showed that absence of joint attention at 18 months is a predictor of later autism ( British Journal of Psychiatry, 1992, 1996 ).
From 1996 to 2000 a steady growth of the trade deficit from-100 Billion dollars to an all time low at the time of nearly-400 billion in 2000.
In 1996, McConnell signed a statement supporting a constitutional amendment to ban abortion, which read, " Abortion kills 1. 5 million innocent human beings in America every year ... We believe that the abortion license is a critical factor in America's virtue deficit.

1996 and rose
In 1996, a new movement known as the Taliban, rose to power, defeated most of the warlords and took over roughly 80 % of Afghanistan.
Formed in 1996, the band rose to international fame with their debut album Hybrid Theory, which was certified Diamond by the RIAA in 2005 and multi-platinum in several other countries.
He moved to Moscow in 1996 and joined president Boris Yeltsin's administration where he rose quickly, becoming acting President on 31 December 1999 when Yeltsin resigned unexpectedly.
In the late 1990s, Beckham rose to fame with the all-female pop group Spice Girls and was dubbed Posh Spice by the July 1996 issue of the British pop music magazine Top of the Pops.
For example, the production volumes for China rose from 619, 000 tonnes in 1985 to 1, 984, 400 tonnes in 1996.
During Parker's second term as leader, the party rose to a peak of 11 % in public opinion polls between 1996 and 1999, almost exclusively at the NDP's expense.
After the abolition of the IBA's prize limits, the top prize rose to £ 5, 000 from 1996.
He rose to prominence during a hugely successful spell at Arsenal from 1996 to 2005, where he won three Premier League titles – one unbeaten – and four FA Cups, eventually becoming club captain.
He rose quickly up the ATP rankings, and by 1996 had reached the quarter-finals of the Wimbledon Championships.
He joined Chase Manhattan Corporation in 1996, where he rose to the rank of Asia-Pacific chairman.
In June 1996, as the planned capacity rose to 40, 000, construction work began.
From 1971 to 1996 the percentage of the population with university degrees rose from 10 to 60 percent.
The percentage of alimony recipients in the US who were male rose from 2. 4 % in ( 1996 – 2001 ) to 3. 6 % in ( 2002 – 2006 ) and is expected to increase as more marriages feature a female primary earner.
* Singer Eva Cassidy, who rose to prominence in the United Kingdom before an untimely death in 1996 at age 33 from cancer.
D12 was formed in 1996, and achieved mainstream success after Eminem rose to international fame.
It was acquired by MFS ( Metropolitan Fiber Systems, a wide-area optical-networking company ), in 1996, which was subsequently acquired by Worldcom, which rose to challenge the largest telecommunications companies in America.
He rose to prominence after Boris Yeltsin's reelection in 1996 as co-owner and chairman of Tyumen Oil ( TNK ), one of Russia's largest oil and gas companies.
Despite the success of the project, the IUCN classification rose to Critically Endangered in 1996.
* ( born 1947 ) Jędrzej Czajkowski, Polish military officer who rose to top rank of fleet admiral ; chief of staff for naval command, 1996 – 2005
She rose to fame while co-presenting The Big Breakfast on Channel 4 between 1992 and 1996, and also presented the BBC's Children in Need charity appeal from 1994 to 2004.
Thomas " Tommy " Lawton ( 6 October 1919 – 6 November 1996 ) was an English association footballer who rose to fame a short time before the outbreak of the Second World War and enjoyed a successful career which lasted until well into the 1950s.
Appearing in a large number of films since 1980, Baldwin rose to prominence as the troubled outcast Ricky Linderman in My Bodyguard ( 1980 ) and moved on to bigger roles in D. C. Cab ( 1983 ), Full Metal Jacket ( 1987 ), Predator 2 ( 1990 ), Independence Day ( 1996 ), The Patriot ( 2000 ) and Serenity ( 2005 )— in which he reprises his role as the mercenary Jayne Cobb from the television series Firefly.
The rivalry rose to new heights in October 1996, when two clever Wartburg cross-country runners rented a light plane, flew to Decorah, and dropped leaflets on the Luther campus.
Xilinx's sales rose from $ 560 million in 1996 to nearly $ 2 billion by the end of its fiscal year 2010.

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