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Warren G. Harding

Presidency

What federal bureau did Harding establish to regulate federal spending?

Harding supported and signed into law the Budget and Accounting Act of 1921, which created the Bureau of the Budget. This law created the General Accounting Office, which regulates spending by the federal government to this day.



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