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[House Journal, 104th Congress, 2nd Session, Part 2]
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ABANDONED AND DERELICT VESSEL REMOVAL ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (see H.R. 4010) [2AU]

ABBAS, MOHAMMED
  Bills and resolutions
    Terrorism: extradition to the U.S. (see H. Res. 444) [29MY]

ABERCROMBIE, NEIL (a Representative from Hawaii)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Courts: residency requirement quotas for judges in each Federal 
        judicial circuit Court of Appeals (see H.R. 3045) [7MR]
    Hawaii: repatriation of certain Native American remains (see H.R. 
        4084) [17SE]
    Hawaiian Homes Commission Act: amend (see H.J. Res. 192) [16SE]
    Immigration: establish visa waiver pilot program for Korean 
        nationals traveling in tour groups (see H.R. 3962) [2AU]
    Marine resources: development of technology for recovery of 
        minerals from the ocean seabed (see H.R. 3249) [16AP]
    South Pacific region: prohibit the storage of nuclear waste on any 
        Pacific territories or U.S. islands (see H.R. 3686) [20JN]

ABERNATHY, RALPH D., JR.
  Bills and resolutions
    Ralph David Abernathy Memorial Foundation: extend authority to 
        establish memorial (see H.J. Res. 183) [11JY]

ABORTION
  Bills and resolutions
    Computers: transmission of information relative to abortion over 
        computer information services (see H.R. 3057) [7MR]
    Women: prohibit partial-birth abortions (see H.R. 4284) [28SE]
    ------prohibit partial-birth abortions (H.R. 1833), consideration 
        of Senate amendments (see H. Res. 389) [22MR]
  Messages
    Veto of H.R. 1833, Prohibit Partial-Birth Abortions: President 
        Clinton [15AP]
  Motions
    Women: prohibit partial-birth abortions (H.R. 1833), Senate 
        amendments [27MR]
    ------prohibit partial-birth abortions (H.R. 1833), veto [19SE]

ACKERMAN, GARY L. (a Representative from New York)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 1561, American Overseas Interests Act [28FE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Crime: establish toll-free telephone number for the reporting of 
        stolen and abandoned motor vehicles (see H.R. 4286) [28SE]
    Motor vehicles: use of bar encoding to facilitate identification 
        and recovery of stolen vehicles (see H.R. 4279) [28SE]
    Noise pollution: restrictions and requirements on aircraft 
        operations at certain metropolitan airports (see H.R. 4287) 
        [28SE]

ADMINISTRATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (see H.R. 2977) [27FE]
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 2977, provisions [19SE]
  Conference reports
    Provisions (H.R. 2977) [25SE]
  Reports filed
    Provisions: Committee of Conference (H.R. 2977) (H. Rept. 104-841) 
        [25SE]
    ------Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2977) (H. Rept. 
        104-597) [29MY]

ADOPTION PROMOTION AND STABILITY ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (see H.R. 3286) [23AP]
    Enact (H.R. 3286): consideration (see H. Res. 428) [7MY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 3286, Provisions: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 428) (H. Rept. 104-566) [7MY]
    Provisions: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 
        104-542) [30AP]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 
        104-542) [6MY]

ADVERTISING
  Bills and resolutions
    Alcoholic beverages: eliminate Federal subsidies for advertising 
        abroad (see H.R. 3472) [16MY]
    ------establish advertising requirements (see H.R. 3473) [16MY]
    ------prohibit advertising of distilled spirits on radio and 
        television (see H.R. 3644) [13JN]
    ------require Dept. of HHS reports on alcohol advertising 
        practices (see H.R. 3475) [16MY]
    ------require health warnings on advertisements (see H.R. 3474) 
        [16MY]
    FTC: impose monetary penalties for use of fraudulent political 
        advertisements (see H.R. 3995) [2AU]
    Lotteries: provide information in advertising on odds of winning 
        (see H.R. 3010) [5MR]
    Taxation: treatment of advertising expenses for alcoholic 
        beverages (see H.R. 3478) [16MY]
    ------treatment of advertising expenses for tobacco products (see 
        H.R. 2962) [6FE]
    Television: regulation of network signals on satellite carriers 
        (see H.R. 3192) [28MR]
    Tobacco products: restrict advertising and promotion (see H.R. 
        3821) [16JY]

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON HISTORIC PRESERVATION
  Bills and resolutions
    Reauthorization (see H.R. 3031) [6MR]

AFRICA
  Bills and resolutions
    Development Fund for Africa: funding (see H.R. 3638, 3735) [13JN] 
        [27JN]
    Foreign aid: authorizing appropriations for U.S. contributions to 
        international funds and development banks (see H.R. 3399) 
        [7MY]
    Foreign policy: authorize trade and investment policy relative to 
        sub-Saharan Africa (see H.R. 4198) [26SE]
    International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: arrest and prosecution 
        of individuals involved with genocide (see H. Res. 491, 494) 
        [26JY] [30JY]
    Liberia: impose sanctions on governments who violate the arms 
        embargo or aid in the civil war, and bring war criminals to 
        justice (see H.R. 4001) [2AU]
    Mauritania: human rights violations (see H. Con. Res. 142) [1FE]
  Messages
    National Emergency Relative to Angola: President Clinton [25MR] 
        [16SE]
    National Emergency Relative to Libya: President Clinton [22JY]

AFRICAN AMERICANS
  Bills and resolutions
    Black Revolutionary War Patriots Foundation: extend authority to 
        establish commemorative work (see H.R. 3707) [25JN]
    Civil rights: prevent law enforcement agencies from detaining 
        individuals on highways solely because of race or color (see 
        H.R. 4092) [17SE]
    ------prohibit discrimination in the payment of wages based on 
        sex, race, or national origin (see H.R. 3784) [11JY]
    ------use of involuntary arbitration relative to discrimination in 
        the payment of wages based on sex, race, age, religion, 
        disability, or national origin (see H.R. 3748) [27JN]
    Colleges and universities: participation by historically black 
        graduate professional schools in certain education grant 
        programs (see H.R. 3055) [7MR]
    Crime: clarify Federal jurisdiction over offenses relative to 
        religious property damage (see H.R. 3525) [23MY]
    ------condemn acts of arson against churches and enhance law 
        enforcement and prosecution of arsonists (see H. Con. Res. 
        183, 186, 187) [11JN] [13JN]
    Families and domestic relations: promote adoption of minority 
        children (H.R. 3286), consideration (see H. Res. 428) [7MY]
    History: recognize end of slavery and true day of independence 
        (see H.J. Res. 195) [17SE]
    Major League Baseball: mint coins in commemoration of anniversary 
        of league integration (see H.R. 4148) [24SE]
    Music and dance: tribute to African-American music (see H. Con. 
        Res. 151) [12MR]
    National Park Service: coordinate programs and enter into 
        cooperative agreements with the National Underground Railroad 
        Freedom Center (see H.R. 4073) [12SE]
    Ralph David Abernathy Memorial Foundation: extend authority to 
        establish memorial (see H.J. Res. 183) [11JY]
    Selma, AL: recognition of Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal 
        Church as symbol of the struggle for and achievement of 
        African-American voting rights (see H. Res. 487) [22JY]
    Small business: provide development assistance to economically 
        disadvantaged individuals (see H.R. 3994) [2AU]
  Reports filed
    Adoption Promotion and Stability Act: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 104-542) [30AP]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 
        104-542) [6MY]
    Clarify Federal Jurisdiction Over Offenses Relative to Religious 
        Property Damage: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 
        3525) (H. Rept. 104-621) [17JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3286, Adoption Promotion and Stability Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 428) (H. Rept. 104-566) 
        [7MY]
    Participation by Historically Black Graduate Professional Schools 
        in Certain Education Grant Programs: Committee on Economic and 
        Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3055) (H. Rept. 104-
        504) [28MR]
    Preservation and Restoration of Historic Buildings and Sites at 
        Historically Black Colleges and Universities Appropriations: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1179) (H. Rept. 104-758) 
        [4SE]

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    Voting Rights March Route From Selma, AL, to Montgomery, AL, 
        National Historic Trail: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 
        1129) (H. Rept. 104-567) [8MY]

AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign aid: authorizing appropriations for U.S. contributions to 
        international funds and development banks (see H.R. 3399) 
        [7MY]

AGED
see Senior Citizens

AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
related term(s) Department of State; Foreign Aid
  Bills and resolutions
    Federal employees: provide voluntary separation incentives to 
        reduce employment levels (see H.R. 3870) [23JY]
  Messages
    Revised Deferral of Budgetary Resources: President Clinton [27FE]

AGRICULTURAL MARKET TRANSITION ACT
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 2854, provisions [14MR]
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (see H.R. 2854) [5JA]
    ------consideration (see H. Res. 366) [27FE]
    ------consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 393) [27MR]
    Farmers: provide greater planting flexibility (see H.R. 3900) 
        [25JY]
    Taxation: treatment of transitional payments under the 
        Agricultural Market Transition Act (see H.R. 3559) [30MY]
  Conference reports
    Provisions (H.R. 2854) [25MR]
  Motions
    Enact (H.R. 2854) [29FE] [14MR]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2854, Provisions: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 393) (H. Rept. 104-502) 
        [27MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 2854, Provisions: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 366) (H. Rept. 104-463) [27FE]
    Provisions: Committee of Conference (H.R. 2854) (H. Rept. 104-494) 
        [25MR]
    ------Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2854) (H. Rept. 104-
        462) [9FE]

AGRICULTURAL REFORM AND IMPROVEMENT ACT
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 2854, provisions [14MR]
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (see H.R. 2854) [5JA]
    ------consideration (see H. Res. 366) [27FE]
    ------consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 393) [27MR]
  Conference reports
    Provisions (H.R. 2854) [25MR]
  Motions
    Enact (H.R. 2854) [29FE] [14MR]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2854, Provisions: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 393) (H. Rept. 104-502) 
        [27MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 2854, Provisions: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 366) (H. Rept. 104-463) [27FE]
    Provisions: Committee of Conference (H.R. 2854) (H. Rept. 104-494) 
        [25MR]
    ------Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2854) (H. Rept. 104-
        462) [9FE]

AGRICULTURE
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 2854, Agricultural Market Transition Act [14MR]
    ------H.R. 3603, agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related 
        agencies programs appropriations [30JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agencies 
        programs: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3603) [7JN]
    ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3603), consideration (see 
        H. Res. 451) [10JN]
    ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3603), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 496) [31JY]
    Alcoholic beverages: prohibit advertising of distilled spirits on 
        radio and television (see H.R. 3644) [13JN]
    Business and industry: assure payment for milk and livestock 
        delivered to milk processors, livestock dealers, or market 
        agencies (see H.R. 3762) [9JY]
    Colored margarine: repeal restrictions (see H.R. 2860) [5JA]
    Commodity Exchange Act: amend rules relative to certain 
        transactions involving commodities markets (see H.R. 4276) 
        [28SE]
    ------regulatory requirements relative to the purchase or sale of 
        commodities from markets located abroad (see H.R. 3891) [24JY]
    Consolidated Farm Service Agency: provide grace period for lending 
        to delinquent borrowers (see H.R. 3236) [15AP]
    Customs Service: refund anti-dumping duty deposits relative to 
        certain imported orange juice (see H.R. 3922) [30JY]
    Dept. of Agriculture: conduct census of agriculture (see H.R. 
        3665) [18JN]
    ------consolidate and improve all inspection activities relative 
        to livestock and poultry carcasses, seafood, meat products, 
        poultry products, and seafood products (see H.R. 4302) [28SE]
    ------extend contracts under the Conservation Reserve Program (see 
        H.R. 4336) [1OC]
    ------payment rate for barley (see H.R. 4002) [2AU]
    Dept. of the Interior: transfer certain facilities of the Minidoka 
        Project to the Burley Irrigation District (see H.R. 4295) 
        [28SE]
    Disasters: coverage of native pasture crops for livestock under 
        the noninsured crop disaster assistance program (see H.R. 
        3575) [4JN]
    Dos Palos, CA: conveyance of certain lands to the Dos Palos Ag 
        Boosters (see H.R. 4041) [10SE]
    Emergency Food Assistance Act: purchase of commodities using State 
        funds (see H.R. 3978) [2AU]
    Farmers: provide greater planting flexibility (see H.R. 3900) 
        [25JY]
    Federal aid programs: assistance to livestock producers adversely 
        affected by drought conditions (see H.R. 3449; S. 181) [14MY] 
        [23MY]
    ------elimination of certain Federal programs and subsidies (see 
        H.R. 2934) [1FE]
    ------improve operation (see H.R. 2854, 2973) [5JA] [27FE]
    ------improve operation (H.R. 2854), consideration (see H. Res. 
        366) [27FE]
    ------improve operation (H.R. 2854), consideration of conference 
        report (see H. Res. 393) [27MR]
    Food: increase access to nutritional information and increase 
        availability of safe food products (see H.R. 3200) [29MR]
    ------regulation of slaughterhouses (see H.R. 3424) [9MY]
    Foreign trade: define domestic industry relative to perishable 
        agricultural products (S. 1463), return to Senate (see H. Res. 
        402) [16AP]
    ------duty rate adjustment of tomatoes from Mexico relative to 
        import surges (see H.R. 2902) [26JA]
    ------maintain foreign market development programs (see H.R. 2950) 
        [1FE]
    ------packing standards for imported tomatoes (see H.R. 2921) 
        [31JA]
    ------prohibit meat product imports from the European Union (see 
        H.R. 3050) [7MR]
    ------provide for the liquidation of certain frozen concentrated 
        orange juice entries (see H.R. 3705) [24JN]
    Fund for Rural America: develop and promote precision agriculture 
        technologies (see H.R. 4305) [28SE]
    Funderburk, Representative: election to Committee on Agriculture 
        (House) (see H. Res. 509) [2AU]
    Hazardous substances: regulation of not-for-hire transportation of 
        agriculture production materials (see H.R. 3799) [12JY]
    ------transportation regulations relative to agriculture and small 
        businesses (see H.R. 4102) [18SE]
    Investments: study of risk management fund accounts for farm 
        owners and operators (see H.R. 2905) [30JA]
    Iowa: provide relief for agricultural producers for flooding 
        losses caused by water retention at the Lake Redrock dam (see 
        H.R. 4054) [11SE]
    Irrigation: extend contracts for irrigation projects in Nebraska 
        and Kansas (see H.R. 3350) [30AP]
    ------fair payment for use of Bureau of Reclamation water (see 
        H.R. 3917) [30JY]
    ------technical assistance for the Chickasaw Basin Authority (see 
        H.R. 3325) [25AP]
    James River: permit Corps of Engineers to acquire flowage and 
        saturation easements for lands located in flood areas (see 
        H.R. 3613) [11JN]
    Labeling: require ingredient labeling for malt beverages, wine, 
        and distilled spirits (see H.R. 3115) [19MR]
    Livestock industry: improve reporting and ensure competitiveness 
        (see H.R. 3794) [11JY]
    NAFTA: assess impact, renegotiate certain provisions, and review 
        World Trade Organization dispute settlement reports (see H.R. 
        3314) [24AP]
    ------extension of Presidential fast-track negotiating authority 
        relative to creation of a Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Area (see 
        H. Res. 547) [27SE]
    ------U.S. participation in Coordinating Secretariat (see H.R. 
        3075) [13MR]
    Northeast Interstate Dairy Compact: repeal consent of Congress 
        (see H.R. 3177, 4035) [27MR] [5SE]
    Pesticides: definition and regulation of the minor use of 
        pesticides (H.R. 1627), consideration (see H. Res. 443) [29MY]
    ------reform antimicrobial pesticide registration (see H.R. 3338) 
        [25AP]
    Public welfare programs: funding for nutrition programs (see H.R. 
        4275) [28SE]
    Research: increase emphasis on and disseminate results of 
        agricultural research projects relative to precision 
        agriculture (see H.R. 3795) [11JY]
    Shipping industry: allow transportation of cargo on foreign ships 
        manned by U.S. crews (see H.R. 4006) [2AU]
    States: allow interstate distribution of State-inspected meat (see 
        H.R. 3750) [27JN]
    Tariff: wheat gluten (see H.R. 4053) [11SE]
    Taxation: application of the alternative minimum tax to 
        installment sales of farm property (see H.R. 4072) [12SE]
    ------issuance of tax-exempt bonds to finance first-time farmers' 
        loans (see H.R. 3251) [16AP]
    ------reduce rates for certain wines (see H.R. 3889) [24JY]
    ------treatment of certain agricultural equipment (see H.R. 2887) 
        [25JA]
    ------treatment of crops destroyed by casualty (see H.R. 3749) 
        [27JN]
    ------treatment of transitional payments under the Agricultural 
        Market Transition Act (see H.R. 3559) [30MY]
    ------use of income averaging for farmers (see H.R. 3783) [11JY]
    Tennessee: authorize haying and grazing on certain lands (see H.R. 
        3554) [30MY]
    Transportation: requirements relative to operators of certain farm 
        vehicles (see H.R. 3356) [30AP]
    Treaties and agreements: negotiation of environmental, labor and 
        agricultural standards relative to trade agreements in Western 
        Hemisphere (see H.R. 4291) [28SE]
    Trucking industry: alcohol and drug testing of operators 
        transporting agricultural commodities and properties for small 
        local governments (see H.R. 3182) [28MR]
    Water: adjust the maximum hour exemption for water delivery 
        company employees (see H.R. 3326) [25AP]
  Conference reports
    Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations (H.R. 3603) [30JY]
    Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act (H.R. 2854) [25MR]
  Messages
    CCC Report: President Clinton [22MY]

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  Motions
    Federal aid programs: improve operation (H.R. 2854) [29FE] [14MR]
  Reports filed
    Agricultural Market Transition Act: Committee of Conference (H.R. 
        2854) (H. Rept. 104-494) [25MR]
    ------Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2854) (H. Rept. 104-
        462) [9FE]
    Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3603) (H. Rept. 
        104-726) [30JY]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3603) (H. Rept. 
        104-613) [7JN]
    Conduct Census of Agriculture: Committee on Agriculture (House) 
        (H.R. 3665) (H. Rept. 104-653) [27JN]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2854, Federal 
        Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 393) (H. Rept. 104-502) [27MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3603, Agriculture, 
        Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 496) (H. 
        Rept. 104-730) [31JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 2854, Agricultural Market Transition Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 366) (H. Rept. 104-463) 
        [27FE]
    Consideration of H.R. 3603, Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, 
        and Related Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 451) (H. Rept. 104-616) [10JN]
    Definition and Regulation of the Minor Use of Pesticides: 
        Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 1627) (H. Rept. 104-
        669) [11JY]
    Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corp. Operation Improvements: 
        Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2130) (H. Rept. 104-
        446) [4JA]
    Food Quality Protection Act: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        1627) (H. Rept. 104-669) [23JY]
    Irrigation District Boundaries Within the Umatilla Basin, OR: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2392) (H. Rept. 104-860) 
        [28SE]
    Public Rangelands Management Act: Committee on Resources (House) 
        (S. 1459) (H. Rept. 104-674) [12JY]
    Water Desalinization Research and Development Act: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (S. 811) (H. Rept. 104-790) [16SE]

AIR FORCE
see Department of Defense

AIR POLLUTION
related term(s) Clean Air Act; Ecology and Environment; Pollution
  Bills and resolutions
    Alcoholic beverages: regulations relative to beverage alcohol 
        compounds emitted from aging warehouses (see H.R. 3818) [16JY]
    Clean Air Act: amend (see H.R. 3519) [23MY]
    ------provide regulatory relief and preserve jobs (see H.R. 3446) 
        [10MY]
    FERC: disapproving of rules concerning open access transmission 
        services of public utilities (see H.J. Res. 178) [1MY]
    Government regulations: requirements relative to upwind 
        nonattainment areas (see H.R. 4339) [3OC]
    Hazardous substances: clarify listing of unique chemical 
        substances (see H.R. 3849) [18JY]
    Maine: refund individual expenses relative to certain EPA 
        automobile inspection and maintenance requirements (see H.R. 
        3824) [16JY]
    Power resources: provide moratorium on retail wheeling of electric 
        energy relative to transboundary pollution (see H.R. 4316) 
        [28SE]
    Roads and highways: exempt traffic signal synchronization projects 
        from certain Clean Air Act provisions (see H.R. 2988) [28FE]
    States: application of State regulations relative to reformulated 
        gasoline in certain areas (see H.R. 3518) [23MY]
    Taxation: suspension of tax on ozone-depleting chemicals used as 
        propellants in metered-dose inhalers (see H.R. 3416) [8MY]
    Women: effect of environment on health (see H.R. 3509) [22MY]
  Reports filed
    Traffic Signal Synchronization Projects Exemption From Certain 
        Clean Air Act Provisions: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        2988) (H. Rept. 104-807) [18SE]

AIRCRAFT
see Common Carriers

AIRLINE PILOT HIRING AND SAFETY ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (see H.R. 3536) [29MY]
  Reports filed
    Provisions: Committee on Transportation (House) (H.R. 3536) (H. 
        Rept. 104-684) [17JY]

AIRLINES AND AIRPORTS
see Aviation

ALABAMA
  Bills and resolutions
    Carbon Hill National Fish Hatchery: convey to Alabama (see H.R. 
        2982) [28FE]
    Marion National Fish Hatchery: convey to Alabama (see H.R. 3557) 
        [30MY]
    Talladega National Forest: designate certain lands as the Dugger 
        Mountain Wilderness (see H.R. 4087) [17SE]
  Reports filed
    Carbon Hill National Fish Hatchery Conveyance to Alabama: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2982) (H. Rept. 104-568) 
        [8MY]
    Marion National Fish Hatchery Conveyance to Alabama: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3557) (H. Rept. 104-702) [24JY]
    Voting Rights March Route From Selma, AL, to Montgomery, AL, 
        National Historic Trail: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 
        1129) (H. Rept. 104-567) [8MY]

ALASKA
  Bills and resolutions
    Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act: conveyance of certain lands 
        to village corporations within the Cook Inlet Region (see H.R. 
        3061) [12MR]
    Courts: divide the ninth judicial circuit into two circuits (see 
        H.R. 2935) [1FE]
    Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve: land exchange 
        (H.R. 400), return to Senate (see H. Res. 554) [30SE]
    Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts 
        Development: reform board appointment process (see H.R. 3049) 
        [7MR]
    Mollie Beattie Alaska Wilderness Area: designate (see H.R. 3706) 
        [24JN]
    Native Americans: implement social and economic programs of Alaska 
        Natives (see H.R. 3973) [2AU]
    Power resources: issuance of a noncompetitive oil and gas lease 
        for certain lands (see H.R. 4116) [19SE]
    Telecommunications: availability of universal service relative to 
        Native Americans and Alaskan natives (see H. Res. 556) [2OC]
    Tongass National Forest: extend timber sale contract with the 
        Ketchikan Pulp Corp. (see H.R. 3659) [13JN]
  Messages
    Alaska Mineral Resources Report: President Clinton [17AP]
  Reports filed
    Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Amendments: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 2505) (H. Rept. 104-797) [17SE]
    Alaska Natives Social and Economic Programs Implementation: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3973) (H. Rept. 104-838) 
        [25SE]
    Conveyance of Certain Lands Under the Alaska Native Claims 
        Settlement Act: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2560) (H. 
        Rept. 104-643) [27JN]
    Gustavus, AK, Land Exchange: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 
        2561) (H. Rept. 104-840) [25SE]
    Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts 
        Development Board of Trustees Appointment Process: Committee 
        on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3049) 
        (H. Rept. 104-505) [28MR]
    Kenai Natives Association Correction of Land Entitlement 
        Inequities: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 401) (H. 
        Rept. 104-756) [4SE]
    Regulate Fishing in Certain Alaskan Waters: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 1786) (H. Rept. 104-687) [18JY]

ALASKA NATIVE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    BLM: conveyance of certain lands to village corporations within 
        the Cook Inlet Region (see H.R. 3061) [12MR]
  Reports filed
    Amendments: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2505) (H. Rept. 
        104-797) [17SE]
    Conveyance of Certain Lands Under the Alaska Native Claims 
        Settlement Act: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2560) (H. 
        Rept. 104-643) [27JN]

ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
  Bills and resolutions
    Advertising: eliminate Federal subsidies for advertising abroad 
        (see H.R. 3472) [16MY]
    ------establish requirements (see H.R. 3473) [16MY]
    ------require Dept. of HHS reports on alcohol advertising 
        practices (see H.R. 3475) [16MY]
    ------require health warnings (see H.R. 3474) [16MY]
    Air pollution: regulations relative to beverage alcohol compounds 
        emitted from aging warehouses (see H.R. 3818) [16JY]
    Broadcasting: require broadcasters to participate in substance 
        abuse information programs as part of their public service 
        obligation (see H.R. 3334) [25AP]
    Colleges and universities: provide incentives to develop alcohol 
        abuse prevention programs (see H.R. 3476) [16MY]
    Drunken driving: add vehicle confiscation to criteria for State 
        eligibility for Federal drunk driving countermeasure grants 
        (see H.R. 4128) [20SE]
    Employment: safety-sensitive functions relative to individuals 
        that abuse controlled substances (see H.R. 4017) [2AU]
    Government regulations: prohibit advertising of distilled spirits 
        on radio and television (see H.R. 3644) [13JN]
    Harold Hughes Commission on Alcoholism: establish (see H.R. 3600) 
        [6JN]
    Health: establish a comprehensive program relative to alcohol and 
        alcohol abuse (see H.R. 3479) [16MY]
    Housing: occupancy standards for federally assisted housing 
        relative to drug and alcohol abusers (see H.R. 3390) [2MY]
    Labeling: require ingredient labeling for malt beverages, wine, 
        and distilled spirits (see H.R. 3115) [19MR]
    States: eliminate noncompliance penalties relative to national 
        minimum drinking age (see H.R. 3548) [29MY]
    Substance abuse: tribute to youth alternative programs created by 
        Rotarians Against Substance Abuse Foundation, Concord, CA, 
        First Presbyterian Church, and Contra Costa County, CA, 
        Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council (see H. Con. Res. 162) [16AP]
    Taxation: reduce rates for certain wines (see H.R. 3889) [24JY]
    ------treatment of advertising expenses for alcoholic beverages 
        (see H.R. 3478) [16MY]
    ------treatment of beer (see H.R. 3817, 3997) [16JY] [2AU]
    Trucking industry: alcohol and drug testing of operators 
        transporting agricultural commodities and properties for small 
        local governments (see H.R. 3182) [28MR]
    Women: funding for research relative to alcohol abuse (see H.R. 
        3175) [27MR]

ALDERSON, WAYNE T.
  Bills and resolutions
    Medal of Honor: award (see H.R. 2961; H. Con. Res. 143) [1FE]

ALGER COUNTY, MI
  Bills and resolutions
    Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore: authorize improvements to a 
        county road and prohibit construction of a scenic shoreline 
        drive (see H.R. 2958) [1FE]

ALIENS
see Immigration; Refugees

ALLARD, WAYNE (a Representative from Colorado)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 1296, Presidio facilities management [9MY]

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    ------H.R. 2854, Agricultural Market Transition Act [14MR]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Greeley, CO: exchange of certain lands with Water Supply and 
        Storage Co. (see H.R. 3541) [29MY]

ALPINE, AZ
  Bills and resolutions
    Apache National Forest: conveyance of land to the Alpine 
        Elementary School District (see H.R. 3547) [29MY]
  Reports filed
    Apache National Forest Land Conveyance to the Alpine Elementary 
        School District: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3547) 
        (H. Rept. 104-759) [4SE]

AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION
  Bills and resolutions
    Monuments and memorials: repair and maintenance of war memorials 
        (see H.R. 3248, 3673) [16AP] [19JN]
  Reports filed
    Repair and Maintenance of War Memorials: Committee on Veterans 
        Affairs (House) (H.R. 3673) (H. Rept. 104-649) [27JN]

AMERICAN BROADCASTING CO. (ABC)
  Bills and resolutions
    Television: reservation of time for family-oriented programming 
        (see H. Res. 484) [18JY]

AMERICAN FOLKLIFE PRESERVATION ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Repeal (see H.R. 3491) [16MY]
  Reports filed
    Repeal: Committee on House Oversight (House) (H.R. 3491) (H. Rept. 
        104-710) [26JY]

AMERICAN OVERSEAS INTERESTS ACT
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 1561, provisions [28FE]
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (H.R. 1561): consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 
        375) [7MR]
  Conference reports
    Provisions (H.R. 1561) [8MR]
  Messages
    Veto of H.R. 1561, Provisions: President Clinton [15AP]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1561, Provisions: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 375) (H. Rept. 104-476) 
        [7MR]
    Provisions: Committee of Conference (H.R. 1561) (H. Rept. 104-478) 
        [8MR]

AMERICAN REVOLUTION
related term(s) War
  Bills and resolutions
    Black Revolutionary War Patriots Foundation: extend authority to 
        establish commemorative work (see H.R. 3707) [25JN]

AMERICAN SAMOA
  Bills and resolutions
    Citizenship: require U.S. nationals accepted in ROTC programs to 
        apply (see H.R. 3327) [25AP]
    Dept. of Transportation: solicit proposals from air carriers to 
        provide air service to certain areas (see H.R. 3739) [27JN]
    Textile industry and fabrics: clarify rules of origin for textile 
        and apparel products (see H.R. 3761) [9JY]

AMTRAK
  Bills and resolutions
    Railroads: hours of service of employees (see H.R. 3413) [8MY]

ANADROMOUS FISH CONSERVATION ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Reauthorization (see H.R. 4139) [24SE]
  Reports filed
    Cooperative Fisheries Management Act: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 2160) (H. Rept. 104-517) [15AP]

ANAKTUVUK PASS LAND EXCHANGE AND WILDERNESS REDESIGNATION ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (H.R. 400): return to Senate (see H. Res. 554) [30SE]

ANDERSON, ROBERT
  Bills and resolutions
    Rose, Representative: dismissal of election contest (see H. Res. 
        538) [26SE]
  Reports filed
    Dismissal of Election Contest Against Representative Rose: 
        Committee on House Oversight (House) (H. Res. 538) (H. Rept. 
        104-852) [26SE]

ANDREWS, ROBERT E. (a Representative from New Jersey)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Employment: provide for retirement savings and security (see H.R. 
        3708) [25JN]

ANGOLA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
  Messages
    National Emergency Relative to Angola: President Clinton [25MR] 
        [16SE] [19SE]

ANIMAL DRUG AVAILABILITY ACT
  Reports filed
    Provisions: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2508) (H. Rept. 
        104-822) [24SE]

ANIMAL WELFARE ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Animals: ensure that all dogs and cats used by research facilities 
        are obtained legally (see H.R. 3398) [7MY]
    ------prevention of pet theft (see H.R. 3393) [7MY]
    Strengthen (see H.R. 4249) [27SE]

ANIMALS
  Bills and resolutions
    Agriculture: assure payment for milk and livestock delivered to 
        milk processors, livestock dealers, or market agencies (see 
        H.R. 3762) [9JY]
    ------coverage of native pasture crops for livestock under the 
        noninsured crop disaster assistance program (see H.R. 3575) 
        [4JN]
    ------Federal assistance to livestock producers adversely affected 
        by drought conditions (see H.R. 3449; H. Con. Res. 181) [14MY] 
        [23MY]
    ------improve reporting and ensure competitiveness in the 
        livestock industry (see H.R. 3794) [11JY]
    ------regulation of slaughterhouses (see H.R. 3424) [9MY]
    Animal Welfare Act: amend and strengthen (see H.R. 4249) [27SE]
    Aviation: require use of animals at airports for detection of 
        certain explosive devices (see H.R. 3896) [25JY]
    Crime: ensure that all dogs and cats used by research facilities 
        are obtained legally (see H.R. 3398) [7MY]
    ------prevent pet theft (see H.R. 3393) [7MY]
    Dept. of Agriculture: consolidate and improve all inspection 
        activities relative to livestock and poultry carcasses, 
        seafood, meat products, poultry products, and seafood products 
        (see H.R. 4302) [28SE]
    Endangered species: protect private property rights relative to 
        economic losses from critical habitat designations (see H.R. 
        3862) [22JY]
    Endangered Species Act: reauthorize (H.R. 2275), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 466) [26JN]
    Hudson River Basin: habitat restoration projects (see H.R. 3471) 
        [16MY]
    Hunting and trapping: clarify prohibitions and provide for 
        wildlife habitat under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (see H.R. 
        4077) [12SE]
    International Dolphin Conservation Program: implement (H.R. 2823), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 489) [25JY]
    Law enforcement officers: compensation of officers in canine units 
        (see H.R. 2966) [16FE]
    Marine mammals: eliminate ban on import of dolphin-safe tuna and 
        support the International Dolphin Conservation Program in the 
        eastern tropical Pacific Ocean (see H.R. 2856) [5JA]
    Pesticides: definition and regulation of the minor use of 
        pesticides (H.R. 1627), consideration (see H. Res. 443) [29MY]
    Taxation: incentives for endangered species conservation (see H.R. 
        3811) [12JY]
    Tennessee: authorize haying and grazing on certain lands (see H.R. 
        3554) [30MY]
    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: implement plan for responding to 
        red tide events involving Florida Manatees (see H.R. 4261) 
        [27SE]
    Wilderness areas: protect opportunities for sportsmen and enhance 
        conservation of wildlife (see H.R. 4144) [24SE]
  Reports filed
    Animal Drug Availability Act: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        2508) (H. Rept. 104-822) [24SE]
    Consideration of H.R. 2823, International Dolphin Conservation 
        Program Implementation: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        489) (H. Rept. 104-708) [25JY]
    Endangered Species Act Reauthorization: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 2275) (H. Rept. 104-778) [9SE]
    Food Quality Protection Act: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        1627) (H. Rept. 104-669) [23JY]
    International Dolphin Conservation Program Implementation: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2823) (H. Rept. 104-665) 
        [10JY]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2823) (H. Rept. 
        104-665) [23JY]

ANTARCTIC REGIONS
  Bills and resolutions
    Antarctic Treaty: implement Protocol on Environmental Protection 
        (see H.R. 3060) [12MR]
    ------implement Protocol on Environmental Protection (H.R. 3060), 
        technical corrections (see H. Con. Res. 211) [10SE]
  Reports filed
    Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty 
        Implementation: Committee on Science (House) (H.R. 3060) (H. 
        Rept. 104-593) [23MY]

ANTARCTIC SCIENCE, TOURISM, AND CONSERVATION ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (H.R. 3060): technical corrections (see H. Con. Res. 211) 
        [10SE]

ANTICOUNTERFEITING CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT
  Appointments
    Conferees: S. 1136, provisions [4JN]
  Motions
    Enact (S. 1136) [4JN]

ANTI-DEFICIENCY ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Contracts: treatment of Federal contracts relative to Government 
        shutdowns (see H.R. 2963) [6FE]

ANTIQUITIES ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Monuments and memorials: limit authority of the President to 
        designate certain areas as national monuments (see H.R. 4118, 
        4242) [19SE] [27SE]
    ------prohibit extension or establishment of any national monument 
        in Idaho without public participation and an express act of 
        Congress [19SE]
    ------prohibit extension or establishment of any national monument 
        in Oregon without public participation and an express act of 
        Congress (see H.R. 4294) [28SE]
    ------require an act of Congress to extend or establish any 
        national monuments (see H.R. 4147, 4214) [24SE] [26SE]

ANTITERRORISM AND EFFECTIVE DEATH PENALTY ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (S. 735): consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 
        405) [17AP]
  Conference reports
    Provisions (S. 735) [15AP]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 735, Provisions: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 405) (H. Rept. 104-522) 
        [17AP]
    Provisions: Committee of Conference (S. 735) (H. Rept. 104-518) 
        [15AP]

ANTITRUST POLICY
  Bills and resolutions
    Health: application of antitrust laws to health care providers' 
        networks (see H.R. 2925, 3770) [1FE] [10JY]
    Postal Service: reform (see H.R. 3717) [25JN]
    Public utilities: revision of the regulatory policies governing 
        public utility holding companies (see H.R. 3601) [6JN]
    Sports: regulations relative to relocation of professional teams 
        (see H.R. 3805) [12JY]

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  Reports filed
    Application of Antitrust Laws to Health Care Providers' Networks: 
        Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2925) (H. Rept. 104-
        646) [27JN]
    Fan Freedom and Community Protection Act: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2740) (H. Rept. 104-656) [8JY]

APPALACHIAN REGIONAL COMMISSION
  Reports filed
    Appalachian Regional Commission Funding and Economic Development 
        Programs: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 
        (House) (H.R. 2145) (H. Rept. 104-693) [18JY]

APPROPRIATIONS
related term Budget--U.S.
  Appointments
    Conferees: H. Con. Res. 178, setting forth the Federal budget for 
        1997-2002 [30MY]
    ------H.R. 1561, American Overseas Interests Act [28FE]
    ------H.R. 3019, continuing appropriations [23AP]
    ------H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------H.R. 3259, intelligence services appropriations [18SE]
    ------H.R. 3517, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        construction, family housing, and base realignment and closure 
        [26JY]
    ------H.R. 3539, FAA programs reauthorization [24SE]
    ------H.R. 3540, foreign operations, export financing, and related 
        programs appropriations [30JY]
    ------H.R. 3603, agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related 
        agencies programs appropriations [30JY]
    ------H.R. 3610, Dept. of Defense appropriations [30JY]
    ------H.R. 3666, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry 
        independent agencies appropriations [11SE]
    ------H.R. 3675, Dept. of Transportation and related agencies 
        appropriations [5SE]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
    ------H.R. 3754, legislative branch of the Government 
        appropriations [30JY]
    ------H.R. 3816, energy and water development appropriations [5SE]
    ------H.R. 3845, District of Columbia appropriations [26JY]
    ------S. 640, Corps of Engineers civil works programs 
        appropriations reauthorization [18SE]
    ------S. 1004, Coast Guard appropriations [29FE]
    ------S. 1124, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [5JA]
  Bills and resolutions
    Advisory Council on Historic Preservation: reauthorize (see H.R. 
        3031) [6MR]
    Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agencies 
        programs: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3603) [7JN]
    ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3603), consideration (see 
        H. Res. 451) [10JN]
    ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3603), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 496) [31JY]
    American Folklife Preservation Act: repeal (see H.R. 3491) [16MY]
    Anadromous Fish Conservation Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 4139) 
        [24SE]
    Auburn, CA: funding for dam construction on American River (see 
        H.R. 3270) [18AP]
    ------prohibit Federal funding for dam construction on American 
        River (see H.R. 2951) [1FE]
    Beaches: authorizing expenditures from the harbor maintenance 
        trust fund for certain beach erosion projects (see H.R. 3304) 
        [23AP]
    BLM: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3290) [23AP]
    Board of Tea Experts: abolish (see H.R. 2969) [23FE]
    ------abolish (S. 1518), return to Senate (see H. Res. 387) [21MR]
    Budget: reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (see H.R. 
        2903, 3734, 3829) [26JA] [27JN] [17JY]
    ------reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 2530), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 333) [4JA]
    ------reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 3734), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 482) [17JY]
    ------reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 3734), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 492, 495) 
        [30JY] [31JY]
    ------reform process (see H.R. 4285) [28SE]
    ------require President's budget submission to Congress include a 
        balanced budget plan (see H.R. 3379) [1MY]
    ------require use of generational accounting information on 
        Presidential and CBO budget submissions (see H.R. 3076) [13MR]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1996-2002 (H. Con. Res. 
        66), consideration (see H. Res. 424) [2MY]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1997-2002 (see H. Con. 
        Res. 174, 178) [9MY] [14MY]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 
        178), consideration (see H. Res. 435) [15MY]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 
        178), consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 450) 
        [10JN]
    ------use of mediators in discussions between Congress and the 
        President to produce a balanced budget (see H. Con. Res. 137) 
        [31JA]
    Casa Malpais National Historic Landmark: authorize assistance (see 
        H.R. 3069) [12MR]
    Coast Guard: authorizing appropriations (S. 1004), corrections in 
        enrollment of conference report (see H. Con. Res. 229) [28SE]
    Commission on Civil Rights: reauthorize (see H.R. 3874) [23JY]
    Committee on International Relations (House): funding for 
        investigation of U.S. role in Iranian arms transfer to Croatia 
        and Bosnia (see H. Res. 417) [29AP]
    Committee on Standards of Official Conduct (House): authorizing 
        expenditures (see H. Res. 377) [7MR]
    Community Services Block Grant Act: composition of boards of 
        community action agencies and nonprofit private organizations 
        (see H.R. 4254) [27SE]
    Congress: waive enrollment requirements for certain appropriations 
        legislation (see H.J. Res. 197) [28SE]
    Congressional Budget Act: amend (see H.R. 4142) [24SE]
    Continuing: making (see H.R. 3019) [5MR], (H.J. Res. 138, 139, 
        140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 151, 
        152, 155, 157, 163, 165, 170, 175) [3JA] [25JA] [13MR] [20MR] 
        [29MR] [23AP]
    ------making (H.J. Res. 118), consideration (see H. Res. 329) 
        [3JA]
    ------making (H.J. Res. 165), consideration (see H. Res. 386) 
        [20MR]
    ------making (H.J. Res. 175), consideration (see H. Res. 411) 
        [23AP]
    ------making (H.R. 3019), consideration (see H. Res. 372) [6MR]
    ------making (H.R. 3019), consideration of conference report (see 
        H. Res. 415) [25AP]
    ------making (H.R. 3019), waiving enrollment requirements (see 
        H.J. Res. 168) [26MR]
    Contracts: treatment of Federal contracts relative to Government 
        shutdowns (see H.R. 2963) [6FE]
    Corp. for the Promotion of Rifle Practice and Firearms Safety: 
        abolish (see H.R. 3466) [15MY]
    Corps of Engineers: construction of flood control project on the 
        Sacramento and American Rivers, CA (see H.R. 3270) [18AP]
    Crime: reduce certain funds if eligible States do not enact 
        certain laws (see H.R. 3243) [15AP]
    Death and dying: prohibit Federal funding for assisted suicide, 
        euthanasia, or mercy killing (see H.R. 4149) [24SE]
    Dept. of Defense: authorizing military activities appropriations 
        and prescribing personnel strengths (see H.R. 3230) [15AP]
    ------authorizing military activities appropriations and 
        prescribing personnel strengths (H.R. 3230), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 430) [9MY]
    ------authorizing military activities appropriations and 
        prescribing personnel strengths (H.R. 3230), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 498) [31JY]
    ------authorizing military activities appropriations and 
        prescribing personnel strengths (S. 1124), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 340) [23JA]
    ------authorizing military construction appropriations (see H.R. 
        3231) [15AP]
    ------funding reductions (see H.R. 3202) [29MR]
    ------making appropriations (see H.R. 3610) [11JN]
    ------making appropriations for military construction, family 
        housing, and base realignment and closure (see H.R. 3517) 
        [23MY]
    ------making appropriations for military construction, family 
        housing, and base realignment and closure (H.R. 3517), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 442) [29MY]
    ------making appropriations for military construction, family 
        housing, and base realignment and closure (H.R. 3517), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 497) [31JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3610), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 453) [12JN]
    Dept. of Energy: authorize hydrogen research, development, and 
        demonstration programs (see H.R. 4138) [24SE]
    Dept. of HUD: withhold public housing assistance to State agencies 
        that impede eviction of a tenant (see H.R. 3865) [22JY]
    Dept. of State: consolidate foreign affairs agencies (H.R. 1561), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 375) [7MR]
    Dept. of the Interior and related agencies: making appropriations 
        (see H.R. 3662) [18JN]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3662), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 455) [18JN]
    Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office of the 
        President, and independent agencies: making appropriations 
        (see H.R. 3756) [8JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3756), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 475) [11JY]
    Dept. of Transportation: authorizing appropriations for certain 
        maritime programs (see H.R. 3281) [22AP]
    Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3675) [19JN]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3675), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 460) [25JN]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3675), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 522) [17SE]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: authorize medical facility projects and 
        leases (see H.R. 3376) [1MY]
    ------improve benefits for veterans exposed to ionizing radiation 
        (see H.R. 4173) [25SE]
    ------making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 134), 
        disposition of Senate amendment (see H. Res. 336) [5JA]
    ------making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 134), 
        transmission procedures relative to balanced budget submission 
        (see H. Con. Res. 131) [5JA]
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3814), consideration (see H. Res. 479) 
        [16JY]
    ------making appropriations (see H.R. 3814) [16JY]
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3755) [8JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3755), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 472) [9JY]
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry independent 
        agencies: making appropriations (see H.R. 3666) [18JN]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3666), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 456) [19JN]
    Development Fund for Africa: funding (see H.R. 3638) [13JN]
    ------reauthorize (see H.R. 3735) [27JN]
    Disasters: assist State and local governments in disaster relief 
        (see H.R. 3032) [6MR]
    Diseases: research on the human papilloma virus relative to 
        cervical cancer (see H. Con. Res. 156) [27MR]
    District of Columbia: making appropriations (see H.R. 3845) [18JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 2546), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 351) [31JA]
    ------making continuing appropriations (see H.J. Res. 153, 154) 
        [3JA]
    Ecology and environment: provide off-budget treatment for the land 
        and water conservation fund (see H.R. 3619) [12JN]

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    Education: allow local jurisdictions flexibility in use of certain 
        funds (see H.R. 3135) [21MR]
    ------establish Role Models Academy for at-risk youths (see H.R. 
        4161) [24SE]
    ------funding levels for federally assisted education programs 
        (see H. Con. Res. 144) [1FE]
    ------provide financial aid grants for certain colleges and 
        technical schools (see H.R. 3919) [30JY]
    ------provide interest subsidies for construction and renovation 
        of schools (see H.R. 4309) [28SE]
    EEOC: provide funding and remedies for certain instances of sexual 
        harassment (see H.R. 3646) [13JN]
    Energy and water development: making appropriations (see H.R. 
        3816) [16JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3816), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 483) [18JY]
    Energy Policy and Conservation Act: extend certain programs (see 
        H.R. 3670, 3868) [18JN] [23JY]
    FAA: essential air service funding (see H.R. 3037) [6MR]
    ------reauthorizing programs (see H.R. 3539) [29MY]
    ------reauthorizing programs (H.R. 3539), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 540) [26SE]
    FDA: review procedures for funding of certain medical research 
        relative to illnesses suffered by veterans who served in the 
        Persian Gulf Conflict (see H.R. 3288) [23AP]
    FEC: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3461) [15MY]
    Federal employees: continuance of work during Government shutdown 
        (S. 1508), return to Senate (see H. Res. 331) [4JA]
    ------provide compensation for employees for performance of 
        emergency services during periods of lapsed appropriations 
        (see H.R. 2848) [4JA]
    Firearms: Civilian Marksmanship Program funding (see H.R. 3466) 
        [15MY]
    Foreign aid: authorizing appropriations for U.S. contributions to 
        international funds and development banks (see H.R. 3399) 
        [7MY]
    Foreign operations, export financing, and related programs: making 
        appropriations (see H.R. 2863, 3540) [22JA] [29MY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3540), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 445) [30MY]
    Foreign policy: authorize trade and investment policy relative to 
        sub-Saharan Africa (see H.R. 4198) [26SE]
    ------loan guarantees for Ireland and Northern Ireland (see H.R. 
        2844) [4JA]
    Foreign trade: extend authority for certain export assistance 
        agencies (see H.R. 3759, 4109) [9JY] [18SE]
    FTC: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3553) [30MY]
    Goals 2000--Educate America Act: repeal (see H.R. 4105) [18SE]
    Government: coordinate Federal financial assistance programs to 
        streamline Government operations (see H.R. 3064) [12MR]
    ------establish automatic continuing appropriations (see H.R. 
        2965, 4094) [13FE] [17SE]
    ------establish uniform accounting systems, standards, and 
        reporting systems (see H.R. 4061, 4319) [11SE] [28SE]
    ------public disclosure of funding used to conduct field 
        examinations of appropriation estimates (see H.R. 4293) [28SE]
    ------reduce spending and regulatory programs (see H. Con. Res. 
        193) [27JN]
    ------relief for Federal employees, Federal contractors, and 
        employees of Federal contractors for expenses incurred during 
        Government shutdown (see H.R. 2857) [5JA]
    ------require comparable treatment of the President, Vice 
        President, Members of Congress and certain high-level 
        Government employees with Federal employees during Government 
        shutdown (see H.R. 2855, 2882) [5JA] [25JA]
    Haleakala National Park: funding for additions (see H.R. 2948) 
        [1FE]
    Health: matching payments to determine cancer incidence among 
        residents of Toms River, NJ (see H.R. 3148) [21MR]
    House of Representatives: enactment of certain legislation (see 
        H.R. 3136) [21MR]
    ------enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 3136), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 391) [27MR]
    ------enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 3136), waiving 
        enrollment requirements (see H.J. Res. 168) [26MR]
    ------official travel restrictions to foreign countries during 
        periods of lapsed appropriations (see H.R. 2841) [3JA]
    ------prohibit recess or adjournment during periods of lapsed 
        appropriations (see H. Res. 332) [4JA]
    House Rules: postpone final action on legislative branch 
        appropriations until all other appropriations bills have been 
        enacted (see H. Res. 358) [1FE]
    ------question of privilege relative to public debt ceiling (see 
        H. Res. 354) [31JA]
    ------reduce number of programs covered by appropriation bills 
        (see H. Res. 476, 514) [11JY] [2AU]
    ------same-day consideration of certain resolutions (see H. Res. 
        412) [24AP]
    Hudson River Basin: habitat restoration projects (see H.R. 3471) 
        [16MY]
    Hurricanes: disaster assistance for States impacted by Hurricane 
        Fran (see H.R. 4046) [11SE]
    Immigration: access of illegal immigrants to public education (see 
        H.R. 4134) [24SE]
    ------access of illegal immigrants to public education (H.R. 
        4134), consideration (see H. Res. 530) [24SE]
    Individuals With Disabilities Education Act: reauthorization (see 
        H.R. 3268) [18AP]
    Intelligence services: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3259) 
        [17AP]
    ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3259), consideration (see 
        H. Res. 437) [16MY]
    ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3259), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 529) [24SE]
    ------require separate, unclassified statements of the aggregate 
        amount of budget outlays for intelligence activities (see H.R. 
        3392) [6MY]
    Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act: authorizing 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3876) [23JY]
    Land use: treatment of Federal and non-Federal reclamation 
        projects (see H.R. 3041) [7MR]
    Law enforcement officers: funding for the hiring of personnel who 
        perform nonadministrative services (see H.R. 2922) [31JA]
    Legislative branch of the Government: making appropriations (see 
        H.R. 3754) [8JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3754), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 473) [9JY]
    Lobbyists: prohibit use of funds by Federal agencies to lobby for 
        or against any legislative proposal (see H.R. 3078) [13MR]
    Long Island Sound: prohibit dumping of dredged material (see H.R. 
        3213) [29MR]
    Marine resources: authorizing National Marine Sanctuary Program 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3090) [14MR]
    ------development of technology for recovery of minerals from the 
        ocean seabed (see H.R. 3249) [16AP]
    Medicare/Medicaid: prohibit funding for assisted suicide, 
        euthanasia, or mercy killing (see H.R. 3123) [20MR]
    Motor vehicles: improve public education on proper use of child 
        safety restraint systems (see H.R. 4262) [27SE]
    National forests: authorize and extend certain activities of the 
        National Forest Foundation (see H.R. 4171) [25SE]
    National Historical Publications and Records Commission: 
        authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3625) [12JN]
    National Marine Sanctuaries Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 3487) 
        [16MY]
    National parks and recreation areas: require the President to 
        submit an appropriation request to provide priority funding 
        (see H.R. 3291) [23AP]
    National security: national missile defense system (see H.R. 3144) 
        [21MR]
    ------national missile defense system (H.R. 3144), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 438) [16MY]
    Native Americans: authorizing appropriations for certain programs 
        (see H.R. 3066) [12MR]
    ------funding for housing programs relative to tribal self-
        governance (see H.R. 3219) [29MR]
    Nuclear energy: prohibit use of Federal funds for the construction 
        or operation of the National Ignition Facility or certain 
        inertial confinement fusion projects (see H.R. 3143) [21MR]
    Office of Government Ethics: extend authorization (see H.R. 3235) 
        [15AP]
    Omnibus consolidated: making (see H.R. 4278) [28SE]
    Panama Canal: authorizing appropriations for operation and 
        maintenance (see H.R. 3282) [22AP]
    Public broadcasting: promote financial self-sufficiency (see H.R. 
        2979) [28FE]
    Public debt: ceiling (see H.R. 2862, 2896, 2897, 2920, 3136) 
        [22JA] [25JA] [31JA] [21MR]
    ------ceiling (H.R. 2409), engrossment (see H. Res. 356) [1FE]
    ------ceiling (H.R. 3136), consideration (see H. Res. 391) [27MR]
    ------ceiling (H.R. 3136), waiving enrollment requirements (see 
        H.J. Res. 168) [26MR]
    ------enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust funds (see 
        H.R. 3021) [6MR]
    ------enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust funds (H.R. 
        3021), consideration (see H. Res. 371) [6MR]
    Public welfare programs: funding for nutrition programs (see H.R. 
        4275) [28SE]
    Refuse disposal: funding for construction, operation, and 
        maintenance of dredged material disposal facilities (see H.R. 
        3113) [19MR]
    ------funding for dredged material disposal relative to wetlands 
        (see H.R. 3152) [22MR]
    Roads and highways: construction funding (see H.R. 3775) [10JY]
    ------funding for roads classified as local or rural minor 
        collectors (see H.R. 3165) [26MR]
    SBA: increase fees for participants in certain financial 
        assistance programs (see H.R. 3989) [2AU]
    Science: authorizing appropriations for Federal civilian science 
        activities (see H.R. 3322) [25AP]
    ------authorizing appropriations for Federal civilian science 
        activities (H.R. 3322), consideration (see H. Res. 427) [7MY]
    States: provide Federal grants for drug testing projects (see H.R. 
        3778) [10JY]
    Taxation: expand definition of limited tax benefits applicable to 
        line-item veto (see H.R. 3566) [4JN]
    Transportation: provide off-budget treatment for certain 
        transportation trust funds (H.R. 842), consideration [29MR]
    ------transfer authority over highway programs and mass transit 
        programs to States (see H.R. 3840) [17JY]
    U.N.: authorize payment of U.S. arrearages and contributions for 
        U.N. peacekeeping activities (see H.R. 3609; H. Con. Res. 225) 
        [10JN] [27SE]
    Unemployment: emergency compensation (see H.R. 4263) [27SE]
    Water pollution: disposal of contaminated dredged materials in 
        Port of New York-New Jersey (see H.R. 4317) [28SE]
    Women: funding for research relative to alcohol abuse (see H.R. 
        3175) [27MR]
    ------preventive health programs relative to HIV and AIDS (see 
        H.R. 3174) [27MR]
    ------research programs relative to HIV and AIDS (see H.R. 3176) 
        [27MR]
  Conference reports
    Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations (H.R. 3603) [30JY]
    Coast Guard Appropriations (S. 1004) [27SE]
    Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act Reauthorization (S. 
        641) [30AP]
    Continuing Appropriations (H.R. 3019) [25AP] [30AP]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations for Military Activities and 
        Personnel Strengths (H.R. 3230) [30JY], (S. 1124) [22JA]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations for Military Construction, Family 
        Housing, and Base Realignment and Closure (H.R. 3517) [30JY]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H.R. 3610) [28SE]

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    Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 
        3675) [16SE]
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Independent 
        Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 3666) [20SE]
    District of Columbia Appropriations (H.R. 2546) [31JA], (H.R. 
        3845) [1AU]
    Energy and Water Development Appropriations (H.R. 3816) [12SE]
    FAA Programs Reauthorization (H.R. 3539) [26SE]
    Foreign Affairs Agencies' Consolidation (H.R. 1561) [8MR]
    Intelligence Services Appropriations (H.R. 3259) [24SE]
    Legislative Branch of the Government Appropriations (H.R. 3754) 
        [31JY]
    Line Item Veto Act (S. 4) [21MR]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation 
        (H.R. 3734) [30JY]
    Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 178) 
        [7JN]
    Water Resources Development Act (S. 640) [25SE]
  Messages
    Dept. of Defense Budget Rescissions: President Clinton [13MR]
    Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations: 
        President Clinton [29AP]
    Dept. of Transportation Annual Report: President Clinton [25JA]
    Federal Budget for Fiscal Year 1997: President Clinton [6FE] 
        [19MR]
    Plan To Achieve a Balanced Budget No Later Than 2002 as Certified 
        by the CBO: President Clinton [9JA]
    Revised Deferral of Budgetary Resources: President Clinton [27FE] 
        [14MY] [24JN]
    Veto of H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense Appropriations: President 
        Clinton [3JA]
    Veto of H.R. 1561, American Overseas Interests Act: President 
        Clinton [15AP]
  Motions
    Budget: reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 3734) 
        [18JY] [24JY]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 
        178) [30MY]
    Continuing: making (H.J. Res. 165) [21MR]
    ------making (H.R. 2880) [25JA]
    ------making (H.R. 3019) [7MR] [21MR]
    ------making (H.R. 3019), conference report [25AP]
    Dept. of Defense: authorizing military activities appropriations 
        and prescribing personnel strengths (H.R. 3230) [15MY] [17JY]
    ------authorizing military activities appropriations and 
        prescribing personnel strengths (H.R. 3230), conference report 
        [1AU]
    ------authorizing military activities appropriations and 
        prescribing personnel strengths (S. 1124) [5JA]
    ------making appropriations for military construction, family 
        housing, and base realignment and closure (H.R. 3517) [26JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3610) [30JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3610), conference report [28SE]
    Dept. of the Interior and related agencies: making appropriations 
        (H.R. 1977), veto [4JA]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3662) [20JN]
    Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office of the 
        President, and independent agencies: making appropriations 
        (H.R. 3756) [17JY]
    Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3675) [5SE]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: making continuing appropriations (H.J. 
        Res. 134) [5JA]
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 2076), veto [3JA]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3814) [24JY]
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3755) [11JY]
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry independent 
        agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 3666) [26JN] [11SE]
    District of Columbia: making appropriations (H.R. 2546) [31JA]
    Energy and water development: making appropriations (H.R. 3816) 
        [5SE]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3816), conference report [12SE]
    Foreign operations, export financing, and related programs: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3540) [30JY]
    House of Representatives: enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 
        3136) [28MR]
    House Rules: same-day consideration of certain resolutions (H. 
        Res. 412) [25AP]
    Legislative branch of the Government: making appropriations (H.R. 
        3754) [10JY] [30JY]
    Public debt: ceiling (H.R. 3136) [28MR]
  Reports filed
    Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3603) (H. Rept. 
        104-726) [30JY]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3603) (H. Rept. 
        104-613) [7JN]
    American Folklife Preservation Act Repeal: Committee on House 
        Oversight (House) (H.R. 3491) (H. Rept. 104-710) [26JY]
    Appalachian Regional Commission Funding and Economic Development 
        Programs: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 
        (House) (H.R. 2145) (H. Rept. 104-693) [18JY]
    BLM Appropriations: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3290) (H. 
        Rept. 104-658) [8JY]
    Board of Tea Experts Abolishment: Committee on Commerce (House) 
        (H.R. 2969) (H. Rept. 104-467) [8MR]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2969) (H. Rept. 
        104-467) [4MR]
    Coast Guard Appropriations: Committee of Conference (S. 1004) (H. 
        Rept. 104-854) [27SE]
    Commission on Civil Rights Reauthorization: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3874) (H. Rept. 104-846) [26SE]
    Committee on International Relations (House) Funding for 
        Investigation of U.S. Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia 
        and Bosnia: Committee on House Oversight (House) (H. Res. 417) 
        (H. Rept. 104-559) [6MY]
    Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act Reauthorization: 
        Committee of Conference (S. 641) (H. Rept. 104-545) [30AP]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H. Con. Res. 178, Setting 
        Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 450) (H. Rept. 104-615) [10JN]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1561, Foreign Affairs 
        Agencies' Consolidation: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        375) (H. Rept. 104-476) [7MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2546, District of 
        Columbia Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        351) (H. Rept. 104-456) [31JA]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense 
        Appropriations for Military Activities and Personnel 
        Strengths: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 498) (H. Rept. 
        104-732) [31JY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3259, Intelligence 
        Services Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        529) (H. Rept. 104-830) [24SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3517, Dept. of Defense 
        Appropriations for Military Construction, Family Housing, and 
        Base Realignment and Closure: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 497) (H. Rept. 104-731) [31JY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3539, FAA Programs 
        Reauthorization: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 540) (H. 
        Rept. 104-851) [26SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3603, Agriculture, 
        Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 496) (H. 
        Rept. 104-730) [31JY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3675, Dept. of 
        Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 522) (H. Rept. 104-803) [17SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3734, Public Welfare 
        Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 492) (H. Rept. 104-720) [30JY], (H. 
        Res. 495) (H. Rept. 104-729) [31JY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 1124, Dept. of Defense 
        Appropriations for Military Activities and Personnel 
        Strengths: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 340) (H. Rept. 
        104-451) [23JA]
    Consideration of H. Con. Res. 178, Setting Forth the Federal 
        Budget for 1997-2002: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 435) 
        (H. Rept. 104-577) [15MY]
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 165, Continuing Appropriations: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 386) (H. Rept. 104-489) 
        [20MR]
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 175, Continuing Appropriations: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 411) (H. Rept. 104-534) 
        [23AP]
    Consideration of H.R. 842, Off-Budget Treatment for Certain 
        Transportation Trust Funds: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 396) (H. Rept. 104-514) [29MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3019, Continuing Appropriations: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 372) (H. Rept. 104-474) [6MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3021, Debt Limit Enforcement and Obligated 
        Trust Fund Protection: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        371) (H. Rept. 104-473) [6MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3136, Contract With America Advancement Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 391) (H. Rept. 104-500) 
        [27MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3144, National Missile Defense System: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 438) (H. Rept. 104-582) 
        [16MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense Appropriations for 
        Military Activities and Personnel Strengths: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 430) (H. Rept. 104-570) [9MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3259, Intelligence Services Appropriations: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 437) (H. Rept. 104-581) 
        [16MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3322, Federal Civilian Science Activities 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 427) (H. 
        Rept. 104-565) [7MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3517, Dept. of Defense Appropriations for 
        Military Construction, Family Housing, and Base Realignment 
        and Closure: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 442) (H. 
        Rept. 104-599) [29MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3540, Foreign Operations, Export Financing, 
        and Related Programs Appropriations: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 445) (H. Rept. 104-601) [30MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3603, Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, 
        and Related Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 451) (H. Rept. 104-616) [10JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3610, Dept. of Defense Appropriations: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 453) (H. Rept. 104-619) 
        [12JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3662, Dept. of the Interior and Related 
        Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        455) (H. Rept. 104-627) [18JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3666, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, 
        and Sundry Independent Agencies Appropriations: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 456) (H. Rept. 104-630) [19JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3675, Dept. of Transportation and Related 
        Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        460) (H. Rept. 104-633) [25JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3734, Public Welfare Programs Reform 
        Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 482) (H. Rept. 104-686) [17JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3754, Legislative Branch of the Government 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 473) (H. 
        Rept. 104-663) [9JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3755, Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, 
        and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 472) (H. Rept. 104-662) [9JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3756, Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, 
        Executive Office of the President,

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        and Independent Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 475) (H. Rept. 104-671) [11JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3814, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State 
        and the Judiciary Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 479) (H. Rept. 104-678) [16JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3816, Energy and Water Development 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 483) (H. 
        Rept. 104-687) [18JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 4134, Access of Illegal Immigrants to Public 
        Education: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 530) (H. Rept. 
        104-834) [24SE]
    Continuing Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3019) (H. 
        Rept. 104-537) [25AP]
    Cooperative Fisheries Management Act: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 2160) (H. Rept. 104-517) [15AP]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 
        3610) (H. Rept. 104-863) [28SE]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3610) (H. Rept. 
        104-617) [11JN]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations for Military Activities and 
        Personnel Strengths: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3230) (H. 
        Rept. 104-724) [30JY]
    ------Committee of Conference (S. 1124) (H. Rept. 104-450) [22JA]
    ------Committee on National Security (House) (H.R. 3230) (H. Rept. 
        104-563) [7MY]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations for Military Construction, Family 
        Housing, and Base Realignment and Closure: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 3517) (H. Rept. 104-721) [30JY]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3517) (H. Rept. 
        104-591) [23MY]
    Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations: 
        Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3662) (H. Rept. 104-
        625) [18JN]
    Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office of the 
        President, and Independent Agencies Appropriations: Committee 
        on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3756) (H. Rept. 104-660) [8JY]
    Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 3675) (H. Rept. 104-785) [16SE]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3675) (H. Rept. 
        104-631) [19JN]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs Medical Facility Projects and Leases: 
        Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3376) (H. Rept. 
        104-574) [14MY]
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 
        3814) (H. Rept. 104-676) [16JY]
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and Related Agencies 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 
        3755) (H. Rept. 104-659) [8JY]
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Independent 
        Agencies Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3666) 
        (H. Rept. 104-812) [20SE]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3666) (H. Rept. 
        104-628) [18JN]
    Development of Technology for Recovery of Minerals From the Ocean 
        Seabed: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3249) (H. Rept. 
        104-673) [12JY]
    Disposition of Senate Amendment to H.J. Res. 134, Dept. of 
        Veterans Affairs Continuing Appropriations: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 336) (H. Rept. 104-448) [5JA]
    District of Columbia Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 
        2546) (H. Rept. 104-455) [31JA]
    ------Committee of Conference (H.R. 3845) (H. Rept. 104-740) [1AU]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3845) (H. Rept. 
        104-689) [18JY]
    Energy and Water Development Appropriations: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 3816) (H. Rept. 104-782) [12SE]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3816) (H. Rept. 
        104-679) [16JY]
    Energy Policy and Conservation Act Programs Extension: Committee 
        on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3868) (H. Rept. 104-712) [26JY]
    Export Assistance Agencies Authority Extension: Committee on 
        International Relations (House) (H.R. 3759) (H. Rept. 104-722) 
        [30JY]
    FAA Programs Reauthorization: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3539) 
        (H. Rept. 104-848) [26SE]
    ------Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 
        3539) (H. Rept. 104-714) [26JY]
    Federal Civilian Science Activities Appropriations: Committee on 
        Science (House) (H.R. 3322) (H. Rept. 104-550) [1MY]
    Foreign Affairs Agencies' Consolidation: Committee of Conference 
        (H.R. 1561) (H. Rept. 104-478) [8MR]
    Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 
        3540) (H. Rept. 104-600) [29MY]
    Fraud and Abuse in Medicare and Medicaid--Stronger Enforcement and 
        Better Management Could Save Billions: Committee on Government 
        Reform and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-641) [27JN]
    House Rules Relative to Same-Day Consideration of Certain 
        Resolutions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 412) (H. 
        Rept. 104-535) [24AP]
    Individuals With Disabilities Education Act Reauthorization: 
        Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) 
        (H.R. 3268) (H. Rept. 104-614) [10JN]
    Intelligence Services Appropriations: Committee of Conference 
        (H.R. 3259) (H. Rept. 104-832) [24SE]
    Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act Appropriations: 
        Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) 
        (H.R. 3876) (H. Rept. 104-783) [12SE]
    Legislative Branch of the Government Appropriations: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 3754) (H. Rept. 104-733) [31JY]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3754) (H. Rept. 
        104-657) [8JY]
    Line Item Veto Act: Committee of Conference (S. 4) (H. Rept. 104-
        491) [21MR]
    National Film Preservation Board Reauthorization: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 1734) (H. Rept. 104-558) [6MY]
    National Marine Sanctuaries Act Reauthorization: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3487) (H. Rept. 104-717) [29JY]
    National Missile Defense System: Committee on National Security 
        (House) (H.R. 3144) (H. Rept. 104-583) [16MY]
    Off-Budget Treatment for Certain Transportation Trust Funds: 
        Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 
        842) (H. Rept. 104-499) [27MR]
    ------Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 842) (H. Rept. 104-
        499) [29MR]
    Office of Government Ethics Authorization Extension: Committee on 
        the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3235) (H. Rept. 104-595) [29MY]
    Older Americans Act Reauthorization: Committee on Economic and 
        Educational Opportunities (H.R. 2570) (H. Rept. 104-539) 
        [25AP]
    Preservation and Restoration of Historic Buildings and Sites at 
        Historically Black Colleges and Universities Appropriations: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1179) (H. Rept. 104-758) 
        [4SE]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-725) [30JY]
    ------Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-
        651) [27JN]
    Revised Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 1997: 
        Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 104-672) [12JY]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 104-727) 
        [31JY]
    Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002: Committee of 
        Conference (H. Con. Res. 178) (H. Rept. 104-612) [7JN]
    ------Committee on the Budget (House) (H. Con. Res. 178) (H. Rept. 
        104-575) [14MY]
    Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 1997: Committee on 
        Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 104-594) [23MY]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 104-624) 
        [17JN]
    Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge Appropriations: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 2660) (H. Rept. 104-526) [18AP]
    Use of Federal Funding by Local Governments and Nonprofit 
        Organizations in Accordance With Approved Local Flexibility 
        Plans: Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) 
        (H.R. 2086) (H. Rept. 104-847) [26SE]

AQUACULTURE
  Bills and resolutions
    Atlantic Striped Bass Conservation Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 
        4139) [24SE]
    Waterways: ballast water management plans relative to prevention 
        of nonindigenous species introduction (see H.R. 3217, 4283) 
        [29MR] [28SE]

ARAB COUNTRIES
related term(s) Middle East
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign trade: impose sanctions on foreign persons exporting 
        petroleum products, natural gas, or related technology to Iran 
        and Libya (see H.R. 3107) [19MR]
  Messages
    National Emergency Relative to Iraq: President Clinton [13FE]
    National Emergency Relative to Libya: President Clinton [22JY]
    National Emergency Relative to Middle East Peace Process: 
        President Clinton [13FE]
  Reports filed
    Iran and Libya Sanctions Act: Committee on International Relations 
        (House) (H.R. 3107) (H. Rept. 104-523) [17AP]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3107) (H. Rept. 
        104-523) [17JN]

ARCHEOLOGY
  Bills and resolutions
    Casa Malpais National Historic Landmark: authorize assistance (see 
        H.R. 3069) [12MR]
    Public lands: collection of fossils (see H.R. 2943) [1FE]

ARCHER, BILL (a Representative from Texas)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3103, Health Coverage Availability and 
        Affordability Act [11JN]
    ------H.R. 3448, Small Business Job Protection Act [26JY]
    ------H.R. 3539, FAA programs reauthorization [24SE]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Agriculture: define domestic industry relative to perishable 
        agricultural products (S. 1463), return to Senate (see H. Res. 
        402) [16AP]
    Board of Tea Experts: abolish (S. 1518), return to Senate (see H. 
        Res. 387) [21MR]
    Government: provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (see H.R. 3448) 
        [14MY]
    Health: national policy to provide health care and reform 
        insurance procedures (see H.R. 3063, 3103, 3160) [12MR] [18MR] 
        [26MR]
    House of Representatives: enactment of certain legislation (see 
        H.R. 3136) [21MR]
    National Physical Fitness and Sports Foundation: establish (S. 
        1311), return to Senate (see H. Res. 545) [27SE]
    Public debt: ceiling (see H.R. 3136) [21MR]
    ------enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust funds (see 
        H.R. 3021) [6MR]
    Public welfare programs: reform (see H.R. 3507) [22MY]
    Social Security: payment of benefits relative to the debt limit 
        extension (see H.R. 2924) [1FE]
  Conference reports
    Small Business Job Protection Act (H.R. 3448) [1AU]
  Reports filed
    Adoption Promotion and Stability Act: Committee on Ways and Means 
        (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 104-542) [6MY]
    Board of Tea Experts Abolishment: Committee on Ways and Means 
        (House) (H.R. 2969) (H. Rept. 104-467) [4MR]
    Foreign Trade Export Controls: Committee on Ways and Means (House) 
        (H.R. 361) (H. Rept. 104-605) [27JN]

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    Foreign Trade Legislation Technical Corrections: Committee on Ways 
        and Means (House) (H.R. 3815) (H. Rept. 104-718) [29JY]
    Gasoline Tax: Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3415) (H. 
        Rept. 104-576) [16MY]
    International Dolphin Conservation Program Implementation: 
        Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2823) (H. Rept. 104-
        665) [23JY]
    Iran and Libya Sanctions Act: Committee on Ways and Means (House) 
        (H.R. 3107) (H. Rept. 104-523) [17JN]
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for Bulgaria: Committee on Ways and 
        Means (House) (H.R. 2853) (H. Rept. 104-466) [29FE]
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for Romania: Committee on Ways and 
        Means (House) (H.R. 3161) (H. Rept. 104-629) [19JN]
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for the People's Republic of China: 
        Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.J. Res. 182) (H. Rept. 
        104-634) [25JN]
    Presidential Proclamation Authority Relative to Foreign Trade 
        Articles of the West Bank or Gaza Strip: Committee on Ways and 
        Means (House) (H.R. 3074) (H. Rept. 104-495) [25MR]
    Safeguard Taxpayer Rights: Committee on Ways and Means (House) 
        (H.R. 2337) (H. Rept. 104-506) [28MR]
    Shipbuilding Trade Agreement Act: Committee on Ways and Means 
        (House) (H.R. 2754) (H. Rept. 104-524) [18AP]
    Small Business Job Protection Act: Committee of Conference (H.R. 
        3448) (H. Rept. 104-737) [1AU]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3448) (H. Rept. 
        104-586) [20MY]
    Social Security Administration Demonstration Projects Extension: 
        Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 4039) (H. Rept. 104-
        786) [16SE]
    Tax Treatment of Military Income Derived From Services Performed 
        During a Contingency Operation: Committee on Ways and Means 
        (House) (H.R. 2778) (H. Rept. 104-465) [29FE]

ARCTIC REGIONS
  Bills and resolutions
    Mollie Beattie Alaska Wilderness Area: designate (see H.R. 3706) 
        [24JN]
  Messages
    Interagency Arctic Research Policy Committee: President Clinton 
        [5MR]

ARGENTINA, REPUBLIC OF
  Messages
    U.S.-Argentina Proposed Agreement of Cooperation Relative to 
        Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy: President Clinton [19MR]

ARIZONA
  Bills and resolutions
    Apache National Forest: conveyance of land to the Alpine 
        Elementary School District (see H.R. 3547) [29MY]
    Casa Malpais National Historic Landmark: authorize assistance (see 
        H.R. 3069) [12MR]
    Courts: divide the ninth judicial circuit into two circuits (see 
        H.R. 2935) [1FE]
    Dept. of Interior: acquisition by eminent domain of certain State 
        trust lands (see H.R. 3929) [31JY]
  Reports filed
    Apache National Forest Land Conveyance to the Alpine Elementary 
        School District: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3547) 
        (H. Rept. 104-759) [4SE]

ARK (vessel)
  Bills and resolutions
    Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 2871) [23JA]

ARKANSAS
  Bills and resolutions
    Clinton, President: pardoning of individuals convicted in 
        Whitewater Estates development and Madison Guaranty 
        investigation (see H. Con. Res. 218) [25SE]
    Honorable David H. Pryor Post Office Building, Camden, AR: 
        designate (see H.R. 3877) [23JY]
    Mining and mineral resources: land exchange between Arkansas and 
        Oklahoma (see H.R. 3088) [14MR]

ARLINGTON, VA
  Bills and resolutions
    Arlington National Cemetery: reburial of unknown Civil War 
        soldiers (see H.R. 3854, 3855) [18JY]

ARMED FORCES
see Department of Defense

ARMEY, RICHARD K. (a Representative from Texas)
  Appointments
    Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies (Joint) [10SE]
    Committee To Escort French President Jacques Chirac Into the House 
        Chamber [1FE]
    Committee To Escort Irish Prime Minister John Bruton Into the 
        House Chamber [11SE]
    Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Into 
        the House Chamber [10JY]
    Committee To Escort the President [23JA]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Congress: adjournment (see H. Con. Res. 157, 203, 230) [29MR] 
        [26JY] [28SE]
    ------notify the President that a quorum has assembled (see H. 
        Res. 325) [3JA]
    ------set date for convening of 105th Congress and the date for 
        the counting of electoral votes for President and Vice 
        President (see H.J. Res. 198) [28SE]
    Freedom of religion: constitutional amendment on protection (see 
        H.J. Res. 184) [16JY]
    Funderburk, Representative: election to Committee on Agriculture 
        (House) (see H. Res. 509) [2AU]
    Hayes, Representative: election to the Committee on Ways and Means 
        (House) (see H. Res. 343, 397) [25JA] [29MR]
    House of Representatives: fixing the hour of daily meeting (see H. 
        Res. 327) [3JA]
    Neumann, Representative: election to the Committee on the Budget 
        (House) (see H. Res. 357) [1FE]
    Senate: notify that a quorum of the House of Representatives has 
        assembled (see H. Res. 326) [3JA]
  Motions offered by
    Bulgaria: most-favored-nation status (H.R. 1643), concur with 
        Senate amendment (H. Res. 328) [3JA]
    Gephardt, Representative: investigation by independent counsel 
        relative to certain financial transactions (H. Res. 524) 
        [19SE]
    ------investigation by independent counsel relative to certain 
        financial transactions (H. Res. 531) [24SE]
    Gingrich, Representative: release of independent counsel report 
        relative to GOPAC (H. Res. 526) [19SE]
    ------release of independent counsel report relative to GOPAC (H. 
        Res. 532) [24SE]

ARMS CONTROL
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign policy: sanctions against countries assisting the weapons 
        programs of non-nuclear weapon states (see H. Res. 381) [13MR]
    House Rules: question of privilege relative to withdrawal of 
        invitation to Jacques Chirac to address a joint meeting of 
        Congress (see H. Res. 350) [30JA]
    National security: national missile defense system (see H.R. 3144) 
        [21MR]
    ------national missile defense system (H.R. 3144), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 438) [16MY]
  Messages
    Advisory Board on Arms Proliferation Policy: President Clinton 
        [17JY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 3144, National Missile Defense System: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 438) (H. Rept. 104-582) 
        [16MY]
    National Missile Defense System: Committee on National Security 
        (House) (H.R. 3144) (H. Rept. 104-583) [16MY]

ARMS EXPORT CONTROL ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign aid: improve defense and security assistance (see H.R. 
        3121) [20MR]
  Reports filed
    Dept. of Defense Transfer of Naval Vessels to Certain Foreign 
        Countries and Defense and Security Assistance Improvements: 
        Committee on International Relations (House) (H.R. 3121) (H. 
        Rept. 104-519) [16AP]

ARMS SALES
  Bills and resolutions
    Committee on International Relations (House): funding for 
        investigation of U.S. role in Iranian arms transfer to Croatia 
        and Bosnia (see H. Res. 417) [29AP]
    ------investigate the U.S. role in Iranian arms transfer to 
        Croatia and Bosnia (see H. Res. 416) [29AP]
    Dept. of Defense: transfer naval vessels to certain foreign 
        countries (see H.R. 3121) [20MR]
    Foreign aid: improve defense and security assistance (see H.R. 
        3121) [20MR]
    Foreign policy: sanctions against countries assisting the weapons 
        programs of non-nuclear weapon states (see H. Res. 381) [13MR]
    Liberia: impose sanctions on governments who violate the arms 
        embargo or aid in the civil war, and bring war criminals to 
        justice (see H.R. 4001) [2AU]
    Sudan: prohibit foreign aid or arms transfers until elimination of 
        chattel slavery (see H.R. 3766) [9JY]
  Messages
    Advisory Board on Arms Proliferation Policy: President Clinton 
        [17JY]
  Reports filed
    Committee on International Relations (House) Funding for 
        Investigation of U.S. Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia 
        and Bosnia: Committee on House Oversight (House) (H. Res. 417) 
        (H. Rept. 104-559) [6MY]
    Committee on International Relations (House) Investigation of U.S. 
        Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia and Bosnia: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 416) (H. Rept. 104-551) [2MY]
    Dept. of Defense Transfer of Naval Vessels to Certain Foreign 
        Countries and Defense and Security Assistance Improvements: 
        Committee on International Relations (House) (H.R. 3121) (H. 
        Rept. 104-519) [16AP]

ARMY
see Department of Defense

ARTS AND HUMANITIES
related term(s) Literature; Music and Dance
  Bills and resolutions
    American Folklife Preservation Act: repeal (see H.R. 3491) [16MY]
    Cagney, James: award Congressional Gold Medal (see H.R. 3765) 
        [9JY]
    Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts 
        Development: reform board appointment process (see H.R. 3049) 
        [7MR]
    Music and dance: tribute to African-American music (see H. Con. 
        Res. 151) [12MR]
    Robeson, Paul: issue commemorative postage stamp (see H. Res. 511) 
        [2AU]
    Taxation: treatment of unemployment tax relative to entertainment 
        industry (see H.R. 3677) [19JN]
  Messages
    National Endowment for the Arts: President Clinton [28MR] [12JN]
    National Endowment for the Humanities: President Clinton [17AP]
  Reports filed
    American Folklife Preservation Act Repeal: Committee on House 
        Oversight (House) (H.R. 3491) (H. Rept. 104-710) [26JY]
    Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts 
        Development Board of Trustees Appointment Process: Committee 
        on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3049) 
        (H. Rept. 104-505) [28MR]
    National Film Preservation Board Reauthorization: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 1734) (H. Rept. 104-558) [6MY]

ASIA
  Bills and resolutions
    Developing countries: improve living standards in the Ganges and 
        Brahmaputra River basin (see H. Con. Res. 213) [12SE]

ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITIES FOR RESEARCH IN ASTRONOMY
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign trade: duty-free treatment of certain materials used in 
        the Gemini Telescope Project (see H.R. 3516, 3951) [22MY] 
        [2AU]

ATLANTA, GA
  Bills and resolutions
    Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of Grounds for 
        Summer Olympics torch relay (see H. Con. Res. 172) [7MY]

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    Sam Nunn Federal Center: designate (see H.R. 4152) [24SE]
  Reports filed
    Use of Capitol Grounds for Summer Olympics Torch Relay: Committee 
        on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H. Con. Res. 
        172) (H. Rept. 104-608) [6JN]

ATLANTIC STRIPED BASS CONSERVATION ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Reauthorization (see H.R. 4139) [24SE]

ATOMIC ENERGY
see Nuclear Energy

AUBURN, CA
  Bills and resolutions
    Dams: funding for dam construction on American River (see H.R. 
        3270) [18AP]
    ------prohibit Federal funding for dam construction on American 
        River (see H.R. 2951) [1FE]

AUSTIN, TX
  Bills and resolutions
    J.J. `Jake' Pickle Federal Building: designate (see H.R. 4329) 
        [30SE]

AUSTRIA, REPUBLIC OF
  Messages
    Supplementary Social Security Agreement Between the U.S. and 
        Austria: President Clinton [20MY]

AUTHORS
see Literature

AUTOMOBILES
see Motor Vehicles

AVIATION
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 3539, FAA programs reauthorization [24SE]
  Bills and resolutions
    Airlines and airports: provide protection for airline employees 
        who provide certain air safety information (see H.R. 3187) 
        [28MR]
    Airports: regulation of scheduled passenger air service at 
        reliever airports (see H.R. 3141) [21MR]
    Animals: require use at airports for detection of certain 
        explosive devices (see H.R. 3896) [25JY]
    Dept. of Commerce: relief of survivors of Federal employees killed 
        in plane crash while on trade mission in Croatia (see H.R. 
        3545) [29MY]
    ------tribute to employees and business leaders killed in plane 
        crash while on trade mission in Croatia (see H. Res. 403, 404, 
        406) [16AP] [18AP]
    Dept. of Defense: procurement of aircraft landing gear 
        manufactured and assembled in the U.S. (see H.R. 3171) [27MR]
    ------sale of excess aircraft relative to suppression of wildfires 
        (see H.R. 4108) [18SE]
    Dept. of Transportation: solicit proposals from air carriers to 
        provide air service to certain areas (see H.R. 3739) [27JN]
    Disasters: tribute to victims of Trans World Airlines crash in New 
        York (see H. Con. Res. 204) [26JY]
    Employment: standards for airport security personnel (see H.R. 
        4205) [26SE]
    Explosives: require installation of certain detection and 
        resistant equipment (see H.R. 3909, 4029) [26JY] [5SE]
    FAA: authorize research, engineering, and development programs 
        (see H.R. 3484) [16MY]
    ------compliance with veterans' preference requirements during 
        reductions in force (see H.R. 3593) [6JN]
    ------essential air service funding (see H.R. 3037) [6MR]
    ------reauthorizing programs (see H.R. 3539) [29MY]
    ------reauthorizing programs (H.R. 3539), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 540) [26SE]
    ------regulations relative to recirculation of fresh air in 
        commercial aircraft (see H.R. 3626) [12JN]
    ------reorganize and remove all duties not related to safety (see 
        H.R. 3831) [17JY]
    Families and domestic relations: requirements relative to families 
        of passengers involved in aircraft accidents (see H.R. 3923) 
        [31JY]
    Foreign aid: prohibit U.S. assistance to countries providing 
        landing rights to Libyan aircraft (see H.R. 4332) [30SE]
    Noise pollution: restrictions and requirements on aircraft 
        operations at certain metropolitan airports (see H.R. 4093, 
        4287) [17SE] [28SE]
    NTSB: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3159) [26MR]
    ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3159), corrections in 
        enrollment (see H. Con. Res. 221) [26SE]
    Petroleum: transfer gasoline tax revenues to transportation trust 
        funds (see H.R. 3384) [1MY]
    Pilots: preemployment review of prospective pilot records (see 
        H.R. 3536) [29MY]
    Safety: prohibit certain individuals from piloting aircraft 
        relative to aeronautical records, competitions, or feats (see 
        H.R. 3267) [18AP]
    ------prohibit transportation of chemical oxygen generators on 
        certain aircraft (see H.R. 3618) [12JN]
    ------standards relative to foreign repair stations (see H.R. 
        3839) [17JY]
    Smithsonian Institution: authorize construction of the National 
        Air and Space Museum Dulles Center (see H.R. 3933) [31JY]
    States: participation in approval process of airport development 
        projects in neighboring States (see H.R. 3131) [20MR]
    Taxation: aviation excise taxes relative to Airport and Airway 
        Trust Fund expenditures (see H.R. 4206) [26SE]
    Terrorism: U.S. policy (see H.R. 3953) [2AU]
    ------U.S. policy (H.R. 3953), consideration (see H. Res. 508) 
        [1AU]
    Tourist trade: revitalize industry and provide airport security 
        (see H.R. 4312) [28SE]
    Transportation: permit States to impose fees for providing air 
        service to small communities (see H.R. 2881) [25JA]
    ------prohibit smoking in any federally financed transportation 
        facility (see H.R. 4333) [30SE]
    ------provide off-budget treatment for certain transportation 
        trust funds (H.R. 842), consideration [29MR]
    White House Travel Office: abolish (see H.R. 2888) [25JA]
  Conference reports
    FAA Programs Reauthorization (H.R. 3539) [26SE]
  Messages
    National Achievements in Aeronautics and Space: President Clinton 
        [26JN]
  Reports filed
    Airline Pilot Hiring and Safety Act: Committee on Transportation 
        (House) (H.R. 3536) (H. Rept. 104-684) [17JY]
    Child Pilot Safety Act: Committee on Transportation (House) (H.R. 
        3267) (H. Rept. 104-683) [17JY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3539, FAA Programs 
        Reauthorization: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 540) (H. 
        Rept. 104-851) [26SE]
    Consideration of H.R. 842, Off-Budget Treatment for Certain 
        Transportation Trust Funds: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 396) (H. Rept. 104-514) [29MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3953, Aviation Security and Antiterrorism 
        Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 508) (H. Rept. 104-
        744) [1AU]
    Establish the FAA as an Independent Agency: Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 2276) (H. 
        Rept. 104-475) [7MR]
    FAA Programs Reauthorization: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3539) 
        (H. Rept. 104-848) [26SE]
    ------Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 
        3539) (H. Rept. 104-714) [26JY]
    Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Board of Review 
        Abolishment: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 
        (House) (H.R. 1036) (H. Rept. 104-596) [29MY]
    NTSB Appropriations: Committee on Transportation (House) (H.R. 
        3159) (H. Rept. 104-682) [17JY]
    Off-Budget Treatment for Certain Transportation Trust Funds: 
        Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 
        842) (H. Rept. 104-499) [27MR]
    ------Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 842) (H. Rept. 104-
        499) [29MR]
    Requirements Relative to Families of Airline Passengers Involved 
        in Aircraft Accidents: Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3923) (H. Rept. 104-793) [17SE]

AVIATION SECURITY AND ANTITERRORISM ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (see H.R. 3953) [2AU]
    Enact (H.R. 3953): consideration (see H. Res. 508) [1AU]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 3953, Provisions: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 508) (H. Rept. 104-744) [1AU]

AWARDS, MEDALS, PRIZES
  Bills and resolutions
    Alderson, Wayne T.: award Medal of Honor (see H.R. 2961; H. Con. 
        Res. 143) [1FE]
    Cagney, James: award Congressional Gold Medal (see H.R. 3765) 
        [9JY]
    Education: authorize awarding of Presidential Honors Scholarships 
        to certain graduating secondary school students (see H.R. 
        4259) [27SE]
    Favre, Brett: National Football League Most Valuable Player Award 
        recipient (see H. Res. 335, 339) [5JA]
    Fry, Varian: award Congressional Gold Medal (see H.R. 3352) [30AP]

BACHUS, SPENCER (a Representative from Alabama)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Clinton, President: pardoning of individuals convicted in 
        Whitewater Estates development and Madison Guaranty 
        investigation (see H. Con. Res. 218) [25SE]
    Currency: establish interagency task force relative to the holding 
        and counterfeiting of U.S. currency in foreign countries (see 
        H.R. 3007) [5MR]
    Financial institutions: prohibit removal of certain members of the 
        National Credit Union Administration Board and the Board of 
        Directors of the FDIC (see H.R. 3976) [2AU]

BAESLER, SCOTTY (a Representative from Kentucky)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Chemical weapons: alternatives to demilitarization of munitions 
        under the baseline incinerator program (see H.R. 3767) [10JY]

BAKER, BILL (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Conferee: S. 1004, Coast Guard appropriations [29FE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    California: enhance water quality and supply (see H.R. 4048) 
        [11SE]
    California-Federal Bay-Delta Program: development of a solution to 
        ecological problems of the San Francisco Bay/Sacramento-San 
        Joaquin Delta Watershed (see H.R. 4126) [19SE]
    Ecology and environment: development and use of new environmental 
        monitoring technology (see H.R. 3906) [25JY]
    Missouri (U.S.S.): transfer to U.S.S. Missouri Allied Forces 
        Memorial, San Francisco, CA (see H.R. 4066) [12SE]
    Radio: utilization of volunteer workers relative to amateur radio 
        service (see H.R. 3207) [29MR]
    Refuse disposal: funding for dredged material disposal relative to 
        wetlands (see H.R. 3152) [22MR]
    Remy, France: tribute to citizens relative to burial of Houston 
        Braly (see H. Res. 469) [27JN]
    Taxation: treatment of computer software (see H.R. 4169) [25SE]

BAKER, RICHARD H. (a Representative from Louisiana)
  Appointments
    Conferee: S. 1260, U.S. Housing Act [9MY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Courts: appointment of an additional Federal judge for the middle 
        district of Louisiana (see H.R. 3046) [7MR]
    Dept. of HUD: terminate the property disposition program providing 
        single-family properties for use for the homeless (see H.R. 
        4085) [17SE]
    Federal Home Loan Bank System: reform and modernize (see H.R. 
        3167) [27MR]
    Financial institutions: provide investment opportunities for small 
        bank holding companies (see H.R. 2981) [28FE]
    Money: use of tactile currency for the blind and visually impaired 
        (see H. Res. 385) [14MR]

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    National forests: authorize and extend certain activities of the 
        National Forest Foundation (see H.R. 4171) [25SE]
    Tariff: 2,2-dichlorophenylacetic acid ethyl ester (DCPAE) (see 
        H.R. 3025) [6MR]
    U.S. Civil War Center, Baton Rouge, LA: designate (see H.J. Res. 
        179) [16MY]
    Veterans: payment of dependency and indemnity compensation to 
        certain former spouses of veterans dying from service-
        connected disabilities (see H.R. 3542) [29MY]

BALDACCI, JOHN (a Representative from Maine)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    General Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain Post Office, Brewer, ME: 
        designate (see H.R. 4195) [26SE]
    National Center for Rural Law Enforcement: establish (see H.R. 
        4140) [24SE]
    SBA: participation in loans guaranteed under the Export Working 
        Capital Program (see H.R. 2933) [1FE]

BALLENGER, CASS (a Representative from North Carolina)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3448, Small Business Job Protection Act [26JY]
    Mexico-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [1MY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Employment: disregard additional payments for calculation of 
        overtime compensation (see H.R. 3087) [14MR]
    Occupational Safety and Health Act: amend (see H.R. 3234) [15AP]

BANGLADESH, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
  Bills and resolutions
    Asia: improve living standards in the Ganges and Brahmaputra River 
        basin (see H. Con. Res. 213) [12SE]

BANK HOLDING COMPANY ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    FRS: clarify authority of Board of Governors relative to bank 
        holding company applications (see H.R. 3210) [29MR]

BANKRUPTCY
  Bills and resolutions
    Medicare/Medicaid: use of bankruptcy courts by suppliers and 
        providers to discharge claims and by professionals excluded 
        from health care programs seeking automatic stays from 
        exclusion (see H.R. 4219) [26SE]
  Reports filed
    Bankruptcy Judge Appointments: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (H.R. 2604) (H. Rept. 104-569) [9MY]

BANKS
see Financial Institutions

BARCIA, JAMES A. (a Representative from Michigan)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Perot, H. Ross: inclusion in Presidential debates (see H. Res. 
        555) [30SE]

BAREFOOT'N (vessel)
  Bills and resolutions
    Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 2907) [30JA]

BARR, BOB (a Representative from Georgia)
  Appointments
    Conferee: S. 735, Comprehensive Terrorism Prevention Act [14MR]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Citizenship: status of children born in U.S. to parents who are 
        not citizens or permanent resident aliens (see H.J. Res. 190) 
        [5SE]
    Executive Office of the President: civil remedies for the request 
        or receipt of protected records for nonroutine use (see H.R. 
        3687) [20JN]
    Firearms: repeal ban on assault weapons and large capacity 
        ammunition feeding devices (H.R. 125), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 364) [23FE]
    Marriage: define and protect institution (see H.R. 3396) [7MY]

BARRETT, BILL (a Representative from Nebraska)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 2854, Agricultural Market Transition Act [14MR]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Agriculture: Federal assistance to livestock producers adversely 
        affected by drought conditions (see H. Con. Res. 181) [23MY]
    Crawford National Fish Hatchery: convey to Crawford, NE (see H.R. 
        3287) [23AP]
    Irrigation: extend contracts for irrigation projects in Nebraska 
        and Kansas (see H.R. 3350) [30AP]
    Sioux Indian Nation: make available certain awarded funds to the 
        Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska (see H.R. 3595) [6JN]
    Transportation: permit States to impose fees for providing air 
        service to small communities (see H.R. 2881) [25JA]

BARRETT, THOMAS M. (a Representative from Wisconsin)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Dept. of HUD: occupancy standards relative to purchasers of single 
        family residential properties (see H.R. 4141) [24SE]
    Drugs: treatment of sentences relative to powdered cocaine (see 
        H.R. 3154) [22MR]
    ERISA: amend rules governing litigation relative to retiree health 
        benefits (see H.R. 4237) [27SE]
    House of Representatives: official travel restrictions to foreign 
        countries during periods of lapsed appropriations (see H.R. 
        2841) [3JA]
    Taxation: expand definition of limited tax benefits applicable to 
        line-item veto (see H.R. 3566) [4JN]

BARRY, JOHN
  Bills and resolutions
    Navy: recognize as first flag officer (see H.J. Res. 196) [26SE]

BARTLETT, ROSCOE G. (a Representative from Maryland)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    New, Michael: reverse court-martial relative to refusal to wear 
        U.N. uniform insignia (see H. Con. Res. 134) [25JA]

BARTON, JOE (a Representative from Texas)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Clean Air Act: amend (see H.R. 3519) [23MY]
    Congress: constitutional amendment to require a three-fifths 
        majority on the passage of legislation increasing revenue (see 
        H.J. Res. 159) [1FE]
    ------constitutional amendment to require a two-thirds majority on 
        the passage of legislation increasing revenue (see H.J. Res. 
        169) [28MR]
    Congressional Budget Act: amend (see H.R. 4142) [24SE]
    Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Administration: establish (see 
        H.R. 3847) [18JY]
    Elections: require that odd-numbered year contributions be from 
        individuals only (see H.R. 3397) [7MY]
    FDA: facilitate the development and approval process for medical 
        devices (see H.R. 3201) [29MR]
    George Bush School of Government and Public Service: funding (see 
        H.R. 3803) [12JY]
    House Rules: require drug testing of Members, officers, and staff 
        (see H. Res. 510, 519) [2AU] [11SE]
    Transportation: increase use of natural gas as a fuel (see H.R. 
        4288) [28SE]

BASS, CHARLES (a Representative from New Hampshire)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Berlin, NH: examine historical significance (see H.R. 4026) [5SE]
    Congress: restore integrity, goodwill, honesty, and trust (see 
        H.R. 3792) [11JY]
    Elections: revise rules on independent expenditures (see H.R. 
        3208) [29MR]
    Executive Office of the President: establish Office of the 
        Inspector General (see H.R. 3872) [23JY]
    Hey, Da! (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 4225) 
        [26SE]
    House Rules: improve committee operations, procedures, and 
        staffing (see H. Res. 480) [16JY]
    Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge: require 
        acquisition of lands be only by donation, exchange, or by 
        owner consent (see H.R. 2909) [31JA]
  Reports filed
    Dismissal of Election Contest Against Representative Bass: 
        Committee on House Oversight (House) (H. Res. 539) (H. Rept. 
        104-853) [26SE]

BATEMAN, HERBERT H. (a Representative from Virginia)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------S. 1124, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [5JA]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Chesapeake Bay: establish a program to provide environmental 
        assistance to non-Federal interests (see H.R. 3309) [24AP]
    Dept. of Defense: technical corrections relative to certain 
        educational assistance authority (see H.R. 4282) [28SE]
    Dept. of Transportation: authorizing appropriations for certain 
        maritime programs (see H.R. 3281) [22AP]
    Panama Canal: authorizing appropriations for operation and 
        maintenance (see H.R. 3282) [22AP]

BATON ROUGE, LA
  Bills and resolutions
    U.S. Civil War Center: designate (see H.J. Res. 179) [16MY]

BEACHES
related term(s) Coastal Zones
  Bills and resolutions
    Erosion: authorizing expenditures from the harbor maintenance 
        trust fund for certain beach erosion projects (see H.R. 3304) 
        [23AP]
    Water pollution: improve quality of coastal recreation waters (see 
        H.R. 3789) [11JY]

BEACON (vessel)
  Bills and resolutions
    Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 3914) [29JY]

BEATTIE, MOLLIE
  Bills and resolutions
    Mollie Beattie Alaska Wilderness Area: designate (see H.R. 3706) 
        [24JN]

BECERRA, XAVIER (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 2202, Immigration in the National Interest Act 
        [11SE]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    INS: promote the naturalization of eligible individuals (see H.R. 
        3323) [25AP]

BEILENSON, ANTHONY C. (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3539, FAA programs reauthorization [24SE]

BELARUS, REPUBLIC OF
related term(s) Commonwealth of Independent States
  Bills and resolutions
    Independence: anniversary (see H. Con. Res. 163) [17AP]
    Ukraine: anniversary of the Chornobyl nuclear reactor accident 
        (see H. Con. Res. 167) [24AP]

BENTSEN, KEN (a Representative from Texas)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Health: establish teaching hospital and graduate medical education 
        trust fund (see H.R. 4069) [12SE]
    Medicare: access to medigap supplemental insurance for enrollees 
        in both traditional and managed care plans (see H.R. 3374) 
        [1MY]
    Petroleum: gasoline tax (see H.R. 3395) [7MY]
    Rivers: permit construction of flood control projects by private 
        sector (see H.R. 3108) [19MR]

BEREUTER, DOUG (a Representative from Nebraska)
  Appointments
    Committee To Escort French President Jacques Chirac Into the House 
        Chamber [1FE]
    Conferee: H.R. 1561, American Overseas Interests Act [28FE]
    ------H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------S. 1260, U.S. Housing Act [9MY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Agriculture: study of risk management fund accounts for farm 
        owners and operators (see H.R. 2905) [30JA]
    American Discovery Trail: establish (see H.R. 3250) [16AP]

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    Asia: improve living standards in the Ganges and Brahmaputra River 
        basin (see H. Con. Res. 213) [12SE]
    Cambodia: human rights situation (see H. Res. 345) [25JA]
    Development Fund for Africa: funding (see H.R. 3638) [13JN]
    ------reauthorize (see H.R. 3735) [27JN]
    Financial institutions: capitalize deposit insurance funds and 
        provide regulatory relief for insured depository institutions 
        and holding companies (see H.R. 3567) [4JN]
    Foreign policy: provide remedy for inadequate trade benefits to 
        the U.S. and restrictions on free emigration from other 
        countries (see H.R. 4289) [28SE]
    Mauritania: human rights violations (see H. Con. Res. 142) [1FE]
    Mongolia: most-favored-nation status (see H.R. 4086) [17SE]
    National Discovery Trails: establish (see H.R. 3250) [16AP]
    Taxation: contribution limits for certain pension plans (see H.R. 
        3209) [29MR]

BERGEN COUNTY, NJ
  Bills and resolutions
    Stepan Property Superfund Site: recovery of costs associated with 
        cleanup (see H.R. 3319) [24AP]

BERLIN, NH
  Bills and resolutions
    History: examine historical significance (see H.R. 4026) [5SE]

BERMAN, HOWARD L. (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Into 
        the House Chamber [10JY]
    Conferee: H.R. 1561, American Overseas Interests Act [28FE]
    ------H.R. 2202, Immigration in the National Interest Act [11SE]
    ------S. 735, Comprehensive Terrorism Prevention Act [14MR]

BEVILL, TOM (a Representative from Alabama)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3019, continuing appropriations [21MR]
    ------H.R. 3675, Dept. of Transportation and related agencies 
        appropriations [5SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Carbon Hill National Fish Hatchery: convey to Alabama (see H.R. 
        2982) [28FE]

BILBRAY, BRIAN P. (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Conferee: S. 1316, Safe Drinking Water Act amendments [17JY]
    Mexico-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [1MY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Air pollution: application of State regulations relative to 
        reformulated gasoline in certain areas (see H.R. 3518) [23MY]
    California: conveyance of certain property (see H.R. 3083) [14MR]
    Civil rights: prohibit discrimination in the payment of wages 
        based on sex, race, or national origin (see H.R. 3784) [11JY]
    Custom Service: treatment of foreign vehicles relative to U.S. 
        emission standards (see H.R. 3961) [2AU]
    Fair Housing Act: amend (see H.R. 4019) [4SE]
    Federal employees: appeals process relative to workers' 
        compensation claims (see H.R. 3205) [29MR]
    ------selection of certain physicians to provide medical opinions 
        relative to workers' compensation claims (see H.R. 3204) 
        [29MR]
    ------treatment of medical opinions relative to workers' 
        compensation claims (see H.R. 3203) [29MR]
    Housing: regulation of residential care facilities (see H.R. 2927) 
        [1FE]
    States: reimburse for costs of educating certain illegal alien 
        students (see H.R. 4062) [12SE]
    Tariff: HIV protease inhibitor chemicals (see H.R. 3977) [2AU]

BILIRAKIS, MICHAEL (a Representative from Florida)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3103, Health Coverage Availability and 
        Affordability Act [11JN]
    ------H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
    ------S. 1316, Safe Drinking Water Act amendments [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Health: national policy to provide health care and reform 
        insurance procedures (see H.R. 3070) [12MR]
    Veterans: permit concurrent receipt of military retired pay with 
        service-connected disability benefits (see H.R. 4103) [18SE]

BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS
related term(s) Weapons
  Bills and resolutions
    National security: control the domestic transfer of infectious 
        agents that potentially pose a serious health threat (see H.R. 
        3033, 3051) [6MR] [7MR]
    Persian Gulf Conflict: establish a commission to investigate 
        exposure to chemical and biological warfare agents (see H.R. 
        4131) [23SE]
    Weapons: detection and interception of weapons of mass destruction 
        delivered by unconventional means (see H.R. 3729) [26JN]
    ------proliferation and use of weapons of mass destruction (see 
        H.R. 3730) [27JN]

BIPARTISAN COMMISSION ON THE FUTURE OF MEDICARE
  Bills and resolutions
    Establish (see H.R. 3881) [23JY]

BIRDS
related term(s) National Wildlife Refuges; Wildlife
  Bills and resolutions
    Endangered species: protect private property rights relative to 
        economic losses from critical habitat designations (see H.R. 
        3862) [22JY]
    Endangered Species Act: reauthorize (H.R. 2275), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 466) [26JN]
    Hunting and trapping: clarify prohibitions and provide for 
        wildlife habitat under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (see H.R. 
        4077) [12SE]
  Reports filed
    Endangered Species Act Reauthorization: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 2275) (H. Rept. 104-778) [9SE]

BIRTH CONTROL
  Bills and resolutions
    Abortion: prohibit partial-birth abortions (see H.R. 4284) [28SE]
    ------prohibit partial-birth abortions (H.R. 1833), consideration 
        of Senate amendments (see H. Res. 389) [22MR]
  Messages
    Veto of H.R. 1833, Prohibit Partial-Birth Abortions: President 
        Clinton [15AP]
  Motions
    Abortion: prohibit partial-birth abortions (H.R. 1833), Senate 
        amendments [27MR]
    ------prohibit partial-birth abortions (H.R. 1833), veto [19SE]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Senate Amendments to H.R. 1833, Prohibit Partial-
        Birth Abortions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Rept. 104-492) 
        [22MR]

BLACK REVOLUTIONARY WAR PATRIOTS FOUNDATION
  Bills and resolutions
    Monuments and memorials: extend authority to establish 
        commemorative work (see H.R. 3707) [25JN]

BLACKS
see African Americans

BLILEY, THOMAS J., JR. (a Representative from Virginia)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3005, Securities Investment Promotion Act [24JY]
    ------H.R. 3103, Health Coverage Availability and Affordability 
        Act [11JN]
    ------H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
    ------S. 1316, Safe Drinking Water Act amendments [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Federal aid programs: deny community development block grants to 
        States that allow recovery of damages for injuries suffered in 
        the commission of a felony (see H.R. 3736) [27JN]
    Safe Drinking Water Act: amend (see H.R. 3604) [10JN]
    SEC: funding for reduction of fees (see H.R. 2972) [27FE]
    Solid waste: State control over transportation of municipal solid 
        waste (S. 534), consideration (see H. Res. 349) [30JA]
  Conference reports
    Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act Reauthorization (S. 
        641) [30AP]
    National Securities Markets Improvement Act (H.R. 3005) [28SE]
    Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments (S. 1316) [1AU]
    Telecommunications Act (S. 652) [31JA]
  Motions offered by
    Safe Drinking Water Act: amend (S. 1316) [17JY] [18JY]
  Reports filed
    Animal Drug Availability Act: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        2508) (H. Rept. 104-822) [24SE]
    Board of Tea Experts Abolishment: Committee on Commerce (House) 
        (H.R. 2969) (H. Rept. 104-467) [8MR]
    Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act Reauthorization: 
        Committee of Conference (S. 641) (H. Rept. 104-545) [30AP]
    Dept. of Commerce Toll-Free Telephone Number for Consumer 
        Assistance: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 447) (H. Rept. 
        104-753) [2AU]
    Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act 
        Reauthorization: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3867) (H. 
        Rept. 104-719) [30JY]
    Distribution of EPA Funds to States for Cooperative Agreements 
        Relative to Underground Storage Tanks: Committee on Commerce 
        (House) (H.R. 3391) (H. Rept. 104-822) [24SE]
    Energy Policy and Conservation Act Programs Extension: Committee 
        on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3868) (H. Rept. 104-712) [26JY]
    ------Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 4083) (H. Rept. 104-814) 
        [20SE]
    Entitle Certain Armored Car Crew Members To Lawfully Carry a 
        Weapon: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3431) (H. Rept. 
        104-623) [17JN]
    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in Illinois: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2630) 
        (H. Rept. 104-508) [28MR]
    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in Kentucky: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2501) 
        (H. Rept. 104-507) [28MR], (H.R. 2869) (H. Rept. 104-512) 
        [28MR]
    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in North Carolina: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        2773) (H. Rept. 104-510) [28MR]
    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in Ohio: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2816) (H. 
        Rept. 104-511) [28MR]
    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in Pennsylvania: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        2695) (H. Rept. 104-509) [28MR]
    Food Quality Protection Act: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        1627) (H. Rept. 104-669) [23JY]
    Health Coverage Availability and Affordability Act: Committee on 
        Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3103) (H. Rept. 104-496) [25MR]
    Health Studies and Programs Relative to Traumatic Brain Injuries: 
        Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 248) (H. Rept. 104-652) 
        [27JN]
    Journeymen Boxer Safety: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 1186) 
        (H. Rept. 104-833) [24SE]
    Land Disposal Program Flexibility Act: Committee on Commerce 
        (House) (H.R. 2036) (H. Rept. 104-454) [30JA]

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    Medicaid Osteopathic Services: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        1791) (H. Rept. 104-826) [24SE]
    Medicaid Preadmission Screening and Resident Review Requirements 
        for Certain Nursing Facilities: Committee on Commerce (House) 
        (H.R. 3632) (H. Rept. 104-817) [23SE]
    Medicaid Requirements and Qualifications Relative to County 
        Operated Health Insurance Programs: Committee on Commerce 
        (House) (H.R. 3056) (H. Rept. 104-751) [2AU]
    Medicaid Waiver of Enrollment Composition Rule Relative to Certain 
        HMOs: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3871) (H. Rept. 104-
        752) [2AU]
    Medicare Enrollment Applicability Requirement for HMOs Relative to 
        Watts Health Foundation: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        2923) (H. Rept. 104-844) [25SE]
    Medicare Enrollment Composition Rules for Wellness Plan: Committee 
        on Commerce (House) (H.R. 4012) (H. Rept. 104-845) [25SE]
    Mercury-Containing and Rechargeable Battery Management Act: 
        Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2024) (H. Rept. 104-530) 
        [23AP]
    National Policy To Provide Health Care and Reform Insurance 
        Procedures: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3070) (H. 
        Rept. 104-497) [25MR]
    National Securities Markets Improvement Act: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 3005) (H. Rept. 104-864) [28SE]
    Nursing Homes' Nurses Aide Training and Competency Evaluation 
        Programs: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3633) (H. Rept. 
        104-818) [23SE]
    Prohibit Interference Between Health Care Providers and Their 
        Patients: Committee of Conference (H.R. 2976) (H. Rept. 104-
        865) [28SE]
    Propane Gas Industry Safety, Training, Research, and Development: 
        Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 1514) (H. Rept. 104-655) 
        [8JY]
    Regulation and Management of Financial Markets: Committee on 
        Commerce (House) (H.R. 3005) (H. Rept. 104-622) [17JN]
    Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments: Committee of Conference (S. 
        1316) (H. Rept. 104-741) [1AU]
    SEC Appropriations and Reduction of Fees: Committee on Commerce 
        (House) (H.R. 2972) (H. Rept. 104-479) [12MR]
    Telecommunications Act: Committee of Conference (S. 652) (H. Rept. 
        104-458) [31JA]
    Traffic Signal Synchronization Projects Exemption From Certain 
        Clean Air Act Provisions: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        2988) (H. Rept. 104-807) [18SE]
    U.S. National Tourism Organization Act: Committee on Commerce 
        (House) (H.R. 2579) (H. Rept. 104-839) [25SE]
    Uranium Mill Tailings Radiation Control Act Appropriations: 
        Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2967) (H. Rept. 104-536) 
        [24AP]
    Waste Isolation Pilot Plant Land Withdrawal Act Amendments: 
        Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 1663) (H. Rept. 104-540) 
        [25AP]

BLIND
see Disabled

BLOOD DONORS
see Health

BLUMENAUER, EARL (a Representative from Oregon)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Drunken driving: add vehicle confiscation to criteria for State 
        eligibility for Federal drunk driving countermeasure grants 
        (see H.R. 4128) [20SE]

BLUTE, PETER (a Representative from Massachusetts)
  Appointments
    Committee To Escort Irish Prime Minister John Bruton Into the 
        House Chamber [11SE]
    Conferee: S. 1316, Safe Drinking Water Act amendments [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Augusta (Gusty) Hornblower U.S. Post Office, Groton, MA: designate 
        (see H.R. 3768) [10JY]
    Federal aid programs: elimination of certain Federal programs and 
        subsidies (see H.R. 2934) [1FE]
    Federal Water Pollution Control Act: amend (see H.R. 3639) [13JN]
    Government: require comparable treatment of the President, Vice 
        President, Members of Congress and certain high-level 
        Government employees with Federal employees during Government 
        shutdown (see H.R. 2882) [25JA]
    INS: standards for naturalization (see H.R. 4143) [24SE]

BOARD OF TEA EXPERTS
  Bills and resolutions
    Abolish (see H.R. 2969) [23FE]
    Abolish (S. 1518): return to Senate (see H. Res. 387) [21MR]
  Reports filed
    Abolish: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2969) (H. Rept. 104-
        467) [8MR]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2969) (H. Rept. 
        104-467) [4MR]

BOATS
see Ships and Vessels

BOEHLERT, SHERWOOD L. (a Representative from New York)
  Appointments
    Conferee: S. 640, Corps of Engineers civil works programs 
        appropriations reauthorization [18SE]
    ------S. 1316, Safe Drinking Water Act amendments [17JY]
  Conference reports
    Water Resources Development Act (S. 640) [25SE]

BOEHNER, JOHN A. (a Representative from Ohio)
  Appointments
    Attendance of Funeral of Bill Emerson [26JN]
    Committee To Escort Irish Prime Minister John Bruton Into the 
        House Chamber [11SE]
    Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Into 
        the House Chamber [10JY]
    Committee To Escort the President [23JA]
    Conferee: H.R. 2854, Agricultural Market Transition Act [14MR]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Congress: adjournment (see H. Con. Res. 133) [9JA]
    Members of Congress: prohibit the soliciting or accepting of 
        campaign contributions within certain areas of the Capitol 
        (see H. Res. 457) [20JN]
    Taxation: treatment of charitable contributions (see H.R. 4238) 
        [27SE]

BOMBINGS
see Terrorism

BONILLA, HENRY (a Representative from Texas)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3019, continuing appropriations [21MR]
    ------H.R. 3610, Dept. of Defense appropriations [30JY]
    ------H.R. 3845, District of Columbia appropriations [26JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Endangered Species Act: reauthorize (H.R. 2275), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 466) [26JN]
  Conference reports
    District of Columbia Appropriations (H.R. 3845) [1AU]

BONIOR, DAVID E. (a Representative from Michigan)
  Appointments
    Committee To Escort Irish Prime Minister John Bruton Into the 
        House Chamber [11SE]
    Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Into 
        the House Chamber [10JY]
    Committee To Escort the President [23JA]
    Conferee: H.R. 3103, Health Coverage Availability and 
        Affordability Act [11JN]
  Motions offered by
    Appropriations: making continuing (H.R. 2880) [25JA]
    House of Representatives: enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 
        3136) [28MR]
    Public debt: ceiling (H.R. 3136) [28MR]

BONO, SONNY (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 2202, Immigration in the National Interest Act 
        [11SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    California: distribution of certain revenues from the Mineral 
        Springs parcel to certain members of the Agua Caliente Band of 
        Cahuilla Indians (see H.R. 3804) [12JY]
    ------settlement of issues and claims relative to trust lands of 
        the Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians (see H.R. 3640) 
        [13JN]
    Contracts: allow choice of arbitration as a means of settling 
        disputes (see H.R. 3422) [9MY]
    House Rules: require Members to establish office policies relative 
        to the use of computer software, programs, and data bases (see 
        H. Res. 533) [24SE]

BOOKS
see Literature

BOOTLE, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS
  Bills and resolutions
    William Augustus Bootle Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, 
        Macon, GA: designate (see H.R. 4119) [19SE]

BORSKI, ROBERT A. (a Representative from Pennsylvania)
  Appointments
    Committee To Escort Irish Prime Minister John Bruton Into the 
        House Chamber [11SE]
    Conferee: S. 640, Corps of Engineers civil works programs 
        appropriations reauthorization [18SE]
    ------S. 1316, Safe Drinking Water Act amendments [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Aviation: standards relative to foreign repair stations (see H.R. 
        3839) [17JY]
    Public works: national program to create jobs and restore 
        infrastructure (see H.R. 3469) [16MY]
    Roads and highways: include graffiti removal within meaning of 
        transportation enhancement activity (see H.R. 3848) [18JY]

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
  Bills and resolutions
    Committee on International Relations (House): funding for 
        investigation of U.S. role in Iranian arms transfer to Croatia 
        and Bosnia (see H. Res. 417) [29AP]
    ------investigate the U.S. role in Iranian arms transfer to 
        Croatia and Bosnia (see H. Res. 416) [29AP]
    Dept. of Commerce: relief of survivors of Federal employees killed 
        in plane crash while on trade mission in Croatia (see H.R. 
        3545) [29MY]
    ------tribute to employees and business leaders killed in plane 
        crash while on trade mission in Croatia (see H. Res. 403, 404, 
        406) [16AP] [18AP]
    General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina: 
        implementation (see H. Res. 542) [26SE]
    Taxation: treatment of Armed Forces members performing services in 
        Bosnia and Herzegovina (see H.R. 2879) [25JA]
    Yugoslavia: human and political rights of the Bosnian people of 
        the Sanjak region in Serbia and Montenegro (see H. Con. Res. 
        217) [24SE]
  Reports filed
    Committee on International Relations (House) Funding for 
        Investigation of U.S. Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia 
        and Bosnia: Committee on House Oversight (House) (H. Res. 417) 
        (H. Rept. 104-559) [6MY]
    Committee on International Relations (House) Investigation of U.S. 
        Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia and Bosnia: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 416) (H. Rept. 104-551) [2MY]
    Tax Treatment of Military Income Derived From Services Performed 
        During a Contingency Operation: Committee on Ways and Means 
        (House) (H.R. 2778) (H. Rept. 104-465) [29FE]

BOUCHER, RICK (a Representative from Virginia)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3005, Securities Investment Promotion Act [24JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    States: congressional consent for mutual aid agreement between the 
        cities of Bristol, VA, and Bristol, TN (see H.J. Res. 166) 
        [21MR]

BRALY, HOUSTON
  Bills and resolutions
    Remy, France: tribute to citizens relative to burial of Houston 
        Braly (see H. Res. 469) [27JN]

BRAZIL, FEDERATIVE REPUBLIC OF
  Bills and resolutions
    Pang, Martin: extradition from Brazil to the U.S. (see H. Con. 
        Res. 132) [5JA]

BREWER, ME
  Bills and resolutions
    General Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain Post Office: designate (see 
        H.R. 4195) [26SE]

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BREWSTER, BILL K. (a Representative from Oklahoma)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Mining and mineral resources: land exchange between Arkansas and 
        Oklahoma (see H.R. 3088) [14MR]
    Phi Beta Lambda (fraternal organization): tribute (see H. Con. 
        Res. 164) [18AP]
    Wilderness areas: protect opportunities for sportsmen and enhance 
        conservation of wildlife (see H.R. 4144) [24SE]

BRIDGES
related term(s) Roads and Highways
  Bills and resolutions
    Roads and highways: increase number of State participants in the 
        infrastructure bank pilot program (see H.R. 3367) [30AP]
    William H. Natcher Bridge: designate (see H.R. 3572) [4JN]
  Reports filed
    William H. Natcher Bridge Designation: Committee on Transportation 
        and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3572) (H. Rept. 104-626) 
        [18JN]

BRISTOL, TN
  Bills and resolutions
    States: congressional consent for mutual aid agreement between the 
        cities of Bristol, VA, and Bristol, TN (see H.J. Res. 166) 
        [21MR]
  Reports filed
    Congressional Consent to the Mutual Aid Agreement Between the 
        Cities of Bristol, VA, and Bristol, TN: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.J. Res. 166) (H. Rept. 104-705) [24JY]

BRISTOL, VA
  Bills and resolutions
    States: congressional consent for mutual aid agreement between the 
        cities of Bristol, VA, and Bristol, TN (see H.J. Res. 166) 
        [21MR]
  Reports filed
    Congressional Consent to the Mutual Aid Agreement Between the 
        Cities of Bristol, VA, and Bristol, TN: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.J. Res. 166) (H. Rept. 104-705) [24JY]

BRITISH-U.S. INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP
  Appointments
    Members [29MR] [7MY]

BROADCASTING
see Radio; Television; Telecommunications

BROWDER, GLEN (a Representative from Alabama)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Capitol Building and Grounds: recognize contributions of all 
        American citizens in the National Statuary Hall (see H. Con. 
        Res. 158) [29MR]
    FDA: review procedures for funding of certain medical research 
        relative to illnesses suffered by veterans who served in the 
        Persian Gulf Conflict (see H.R. 3288) [23AP]
    Gambling: grant jurisdiction to the States over activities 
        conducted on Native American lands (see H.R. 3289) [23AP]
    Persian Gulf Conflict: establish a commission to investigate 
        exposure to chemical and biological warfare agents (see H.R. 
        4131) [23SE]
    Talladega National Forest: designate certain lands as the Dugger 
        Mountain Wilderness (see H.R. 4087) [17SE]

BROWN, CORRINE (a Representative from Florida)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Armed Forces: treatment of Dept. of Defense separation pay 
        relative to Dept. of Veterans Affairs disability compensation 
        (see H.R. 3521) [23MY]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: assessment of research and health care 
        services for women veterans (see H.R. 3711) [25JN]
    ------improve health care services for women veterans (see H.R. 
        3713) [25JN]
    ------improve research activities for women veterans (see H.R. 
        3712) [25JN]
    Sam M. Gibbons U.S. Courthouse, Tampa, FL: designate (see H.R. 
        3710) [25JN]

BROWN, GEORGE E., JR. (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3539, FAA programs reauthorization [24SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Education: promote science and technology (see H.R. 3709) [25JN]
    Employment: provide adjustment assistance to workers displaced 
        because of any Federal program, project, or activity (see H.R. 
        4292) [28SE]
    Foreign trade: require cooperation from trade partners in 
        preventing illegal drug traffic (see H.R. 4290) [28SE]
    Sequoia National Forest: preservation of Giant Sequoia ecosystem 
        and increase recreational opportunities (see H.R. 3873) [23JY]
    Social Security Administration: develop plan with the IRS to 
        eliminate mismatching of earnings information (see H.R. 4274) 
        [28SE]
    Space policy: licensing of commercial space reentry vehicles and 
        reentry sites (see H.R. 4239) [27SE]
    Treaties and agreements: negotiation of environmental, labor and 
        agricultural standards relative to trade agreements in Western 
        Hemisphere (see H.R. 4291) [28SE]

BROWN, RONALD H.
  Bills and resolutions
    Dept. of Commerce: relief of survivors of Federal employees killed 
        in plane crash while on trade mission in Croatia (see H.R. 
        3545) [29MY]
    ------tribute to employees and business leaders killed in plane 
        crash while on trade mission in Croatia (see H. Res. 403, 404, 
        406) [16AP] [18AP]
    Ronald H. Brown Commerce Building, Washington, DC: designate (see 
        H.R. 3247) [15AP]
    Ronald H. Brown Federal Building, New York, NY: designate (see 
        H.R. 3560) [30MY]
    Tribute (see H. Res. 403, 404, 406) [16AP] [18AP]

BROWN, SHERROD (a Representative from Ohio)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Elections: limitations on campaign contributions to qualifying and 
        nonqualifying House of Representatives candidates (see H.R. 
        3122) [20MR]

BROWNBACK, SAM (a Representative from Kansas)
  Appointments
    British-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [29MR]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Appropriations: public disclosure of funding used to conduct field 
        examinations of appropriation estimates (see H.R. 4293) [28SE]

BRYANT, ED (a Representative from Tennessee)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 2202, Immigration in the National Interest Act 
        [11SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Armed Forces: establish criminal sentence of life without parole 
        and make denials of parole appealable only to the President 
        (see H.R. 4104) [18SE]
    Courts: payment of the costs of court-appointed attorneys in 
        certain criminal cases (see H.R. 3027) [6MR]
    ------provide that proceedings against a judge be held in a 
        circuit other than the circuit within which the judge serves 
        (see H.R. 3026) [6MR]
    Irrigation: technical assistance for the Chickasaw Basin Authority 
        (see H.R. 3325) [25AP]
    Sports: regulations relative to relocation of professional teams 
        (see H.R. 3805) [12JY]
    Taxation: treatment of educational grants by private foundations 
        (see H.R. 3737) [27JN]
    Tennessee: authorize haying and grazing on certain lands (see H.R. 
        3554) [30MY]

BRYANT, JOHN (a Representative from Texas)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 2202, Immigration in the National Interest Act 
        [11SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Forests: designate and protect certain Federal lands (see H.R. 
        4145) [24SE]
    Medicaid: State recovery of expenses from medical assistance 
        programs (see H.R. 2883) [25JA]
  Motions offered by
    Immigration: admission policies reform, treatment of criminal 
        aliens, alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and 
        border security (H.R. 2202) [21MR]
    ------admission policies reform, treatment of criminal aliens, 
        alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and border 
        security (H.R. 2202), conference report [25SE]

BUDGET--U.S.
related term Appropriations
  Appointments
    Conferees: H. Con. Res. 178, setting forth the Federal budget for 
        1997-2002 [30MY]
    ------H.R. 3019, continuing appropriations [21MR] [23AP]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: establish automatic continuing appropriations (see 
        H.R. 2965, 4094) [13FE] [17SE]
    ------making continuing (see H.R. 3019) [5MR], (H.J. Res. 138, 
        139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 148, 149, 150, 
        151, 152, 155, 157, 163, 165, 170, 175) [3JA] [25JA] [13MR] 
        [20MR] [29MR] [23AP]
    ------making continuing (H.J. Res. 118), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 329) [3JA]
    ------making continuing (H.J. Res. 165), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 386) [20MR]
    ------making continuing (H.J. Res. 175), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 411) [23AP]
    ------making continuing (H.R. 3019), consideration (see H. Res. 
        372) [6MR]
    ------making continuing (H.R. 3019), consideration of conference 
        report (see H. Res. 415) [25AP]
    ------making continuing (H.R. 3019), waiving enrollment 
        requirements (see H.J. Res. 168) [26MR]
    ------making omnibus consolidated (see H.R. 4278) [28SE]
    ------public disclosure of funding used to conduct field 
        examinations of appropriation estimates (see H.R. 4293) [28SE]
    Bulgaria: most-favored-nation status (H.R. 1643), concur with 
        Senate amendment (see H. Res. 328) [3JA]
    Congress: constitutional amendment to require a three-fifths 
        majority on the passage of legislation increasing revenue (see 
        H.J. Res. 159) [1FE]
    ------constitutional amendment to require a two-thirds majority on 
        the passage of legislation increasing revenue (see H.J. Res. 
        169) [28MR]
    Congressional Budget Act: amend (see H.R. 4142) [24SE]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: making continuing appropriations (H.J. 
        Res. 134), disposition of Senate amendment (see H. Res. 336) 
        [5JA]
    ------making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 134), 
        transmission procedures relative to balanced budget submission 
        (see H. Con. Res. 131) [5JA]
    District of Columbia: making continuing appropriations (see H.J. 
        Res. 153, 154) [3JA]
    Ecology and environment: provide off-budget treatment for the land 
        and water conservation fund (see H.R. 3619) [12JN]
    Education: funding levels for federally assisted education 
        programs (see H. Con. Res. 144) [1FE]
    Federal budget: reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (see 
        H.R. 2903, 3734, 3829) [26JA] [27JN] [17JY]
    ------reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 2530), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 333) [4JA]
    ------reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 3734), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 482) [17JY]
    ------reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 3734), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 492, 495) 
        [30JY] [31JY]
    ------reform process (see H.R. 4285) [28SE]
    ------require President's budget submission to Congress include a 
        balanced budget plan (see H.R. 3379) [1MY]
    ------require use of generational accounting information on 
        Presidential and CBO budget submissions (see H.R. 3076) [13MR]
    ------sequestration of all budgetary accounts except Social 
        Security, Federal retirement, and interest on the debt (see 
        H.R. 3414) [8MY]
    ------setting forth for 1996-2002 (H. Con. Res. 66), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 424) [2MY]
    ------setting forth for 1997-2002 (see H. Con. Res. 174, 178) 
        [9MY] [14MY]
    ------setting forth for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 178), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 435) [15MY]

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    ------setting forth for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 178), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 450) [10JN]
    ------use of mediators in discussions between Congress and the 
        President to produce a balanced budget (see H. Con. Res. 137) 
        [31JA]
    Federal employees: continuance of work during Government shutdown 
        (S. 1508), return to Senate (see H. Res. 331) [4JA]
    ------provide interest-free loans to furloughed employees (see 
        H.R. 2842) [4JA]
    Government: reduce spending and regulatory programs (see H. Con. 
        Res. 193) [27JN]
    ------relief for Federal employees, Federal contractors, and 
        employees of Federal contractors for expenses incurred during 
        Government shutdown (see H.R. 2857) [5JA]
    ------require comparable treatment of the President, Vice 
        President, Members of Congress and certain high-level 
        Government employees with Federal employees during Government 
        shutdown (see H.R. 2855, 2882) [5JA] [25JA]
    House of Representatives: enactment of certain legislation (see 
        H.R. 3136) [21MR]
    ------enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 3136), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 391) [27MR]
    ------enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 3136), waiving 
        enrollment requirements (see H.J. Res. 168) [26MR]
    House Rules: question of privilege relative to public debt ceiling 
        (see H. Res. 354) [31JA]
    ------reduce number of programs covered by appropriation bills 
        (see H. Res. 476, 514) [11JY] [2AU]
    ------same-day consideration of certain resolutions (see H. Res. 
        412) [24AP]
    Intelligence services: require separate, unclassified statements 
        of the aggregate amount of budget outlays for intelligence 
        activities (see H.R. 3392) [6MY]
    Medicaid: reward States for collecting funds expended on tobacco-
        related illnesses (see H.R. 3779) [10JY]
    Medicare: contract reform (see H.R. 3132) [20MR]
    ------liability waiver for home health agencies, hospice programs, 
        and skilled nursing facilities (see H.R. 3678) [19JN]
    ------reform (see H.R. 3355) [30AP]
    ------waive enrollment composition rules for Wellness Plan (see 
        H.R. 4012) [2AU]
    National Commission on the Long-Term Solvency of the Medicare 
        Program: establish (see H.R. 3992) [2AU]
    Petroleum: transfer gasoline tax revenues to transportation trust 
        funds (see H.R. 3372, 3384) [1MY]
    Public debt: ceiling (see H.R. 2862, 2896, 2897, 2920, 3136) 
        [22JA] [25JA] [31JA] [21MR]
    ------ceiling (H.R. 2409), engrossment (see H. Res. 356) [1FE]
    ------ceiling (H.R. 3136), consideration (see H. Res. 391) [27MR]
    ------ceiling (H.R. 3136), waiving enrollment requirements (see 
        H.J. Res. 168) [26MR]
    ------enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust funds (see 
        H.R. 3021) [6MR]
    ------enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust funds (H.R. 
        3021), consideration (see H. Res. 371) [6MR]
    Public lands: provide disaster assistance loans for small 
        businesses operating within a national park or wildlife refuge 
        that were affected during recent Government shutdown (see H.R. 
        3044) [7MR]
    Social Security: budget treatment of trust funds (see H.R. 2897) 
        [25JA]
    ------investment of surplus from trust funds and protection from 
        public debt limit (see H.R. 3636) [13JN]
    ------investment of trust funds surplus (see H.R. 2928) [1FE]
    ------payment of benefits relative to the debt limit extension 
        (see H.R. 2924) [1FE]
    ------payment of benefits relative to the debt limit extension 
        (H.R. 2924), consideration (see H. Res. 355) [1FE]
    Taxation: expand definition of limited tax benefits applicable to 
        line-item veto (see H.R. 3566) [4JN]
    ------require income tax instructions provide explanation of laws 
        relative to a balanced budget (see H.R. 2884) [25JA]
    ------require use of dynamic economic modeling in the preparation 
        of estimates of proposed changes in Federal revenue law (see 
        H. Con. Res. 170) [2MY]
    Transportation: provide off-budget treatment for certain 
        transportation trust funds (H.R. 842), consideration [29MR]
  Conference reports
    Continuing Appropriations (H.R. 3019) [25AP] [30AP]
    Line Item Veto Act (S. 4) [21MR]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation 
        (H.R. 3734) [30JY]
    Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 178) 
        [7JN]
  Messages
    Dept. of Defense Budget Rescissions: President Clinton [13MR]
    Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations: 
        President Clinton [29AP]
    Economic Report: President Clinton [16FE]
    Federal Budget for Fiscal Year 1997: President Clinton [6FE] 
        [19MR]
    Plan To Achieve a Balanced Budget No Later Than 2002 as Certified 
        by the CBO: President Clinton [9JA]
    Revised Deferral of Budgetary Resources: President Clinton [27FE] 
        [5MR] [14MY] [24JN]
  Motions
    Appropriations: making continuing (H.J. Res. 165) [21MR]
    ------making continuing (H.R. 2880) [25JA]
    ------making continuing (H.R. 3019) [7MR] [21MR]
    ------making continuing (H.R. 3019), conference report [25AP]
    Bulgaria: most-favored-nation status (H.R. 1643), concur with 
        Senate amendment (H. Res. 328) [3JA]
    Congress: constitutional amendment to require a three-fifths 
        majority on the passage of legislation increasing revenue 
        (H.J. Res. 159) [15AP]
    ------constitutional amendment to require a three-fifths majority 
        on the passage of legislation increasing revenue (H.J. Res. 
        159), consideration (H. Res. 395) [15AP]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: making continuing appropriations (H.J. 
        Res. 134) [5JA]
    Federal budget: reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 
        3734) [18JY] [24JY]
    ------setting forth for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 178) [30MY]
    House of Representatives: enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 
        3136) [28MR]
    House Rules: same-day consideration of certain resolutions (H. 
        Res. 412) [25AP]
    Public debt: ceiling (H.R. 3136) [28MR]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H. Con. Res. 178, Setting 
        Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 450) (H. Rept. 104-615) [10JN]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3019, Continuing 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 415) (H. 
        Rept. 104-538) [25AP]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3734, Public Welfare 
        Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 492) (H. Rept. 104-720) [30JY], (H. 
        Res. 495) (H. Rept. 104-729) [31JY]
    Consideration of H. Con. Res. 178, Setting Forth the Federal 
        Budget for 1997-2002: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 435) 
        (H. Rept. 104-577) [15MY]
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 165, Continuing Appropriations: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 386) (H. Rept. 104-489) 
        [20MR]
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 175, Continuing Appropriations: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 411) (H. Rept. 104-534) 
        [23AP]
    Consideration of H.R. 842, Off-Budget Treatment for Certain 
        Transportation Trust Funds: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 396) (H. Rept. 104-514) [29MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 2924, Payment of Social Security Benefits 
        Relative to the Debt Limit Extension: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 355) (H. Rept. 104-460) [1FE]
    Consideration of H.R. 3019, Continuing Appropriations: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 372) (H. Rept. 104-474) [6MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3021, Debt Limit Enforcement and Obligated 
        Trust Fund Protection: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        371) (H. Rept. 104-473) [6MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3136, Contract With America Advancement Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 391) (H. Rept. 104-500) 
        [27MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3734, Public Welfare Programs Reform 
        Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 482) (H. Rept. 104-686) [17JY]
    Continuing Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3019) (H. 
        Rept. 104-537) [25AP]
    Disposition of Senate Amendment to H.J. Res. 134, Dept. of 
        Veterans Affairs Continuing Appropriations: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 336) (H. Rept. 104-448) [5JA]
    Federal Financial Management Laws: Committee on Government Reform 
        and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-745) [2AU]
    Fraud and Abuse in Medicare and Medicaid--Stronger Enforcement and 
        Better Management Could Save Billions: Committee on Government 
        Reform and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-641) [27JN]
    House Rules Relative to Same-Day Consideration of Certain 
        Resolutions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 412) (H. 
        Rept. 104-535) [24AP]
    Line Item Veto Act: Committee of Conference (S. 4) (H. Rept. 104-
        491) [21MR]
    Off-Budget Treatment for Certain Transportation Trust Funds: 
        Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 
        842) (H. Rept. 104-499) [27MR]
    ------Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 842) (H. Rept. 104-
        499) [29MR]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-725) [30JY]
    ------Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-
        651) [27JN]
    Revised Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 1997: 
        Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 104-672) [12JY]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 104-727) 
        [31JY]
    Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002: Committee of 
        Conference (H. Con. Res. 178) (H. Rept. 104-612) [7JN]
    ------Committee on the Budget (House) (H. Con. Res. 178) (H. Rept. 
        104-575) [14MY]
    Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 1997: Committee on 
        Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 104-594) [23MY]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 104-624) 
        [17JN]

BULGARIA, REPUBLIC OF
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign trade: most-favored-nation status (see H.R. 2853) [5JA]
    ------most-favored-nation status (H.R. 1643), concur with Senate 
        amendment (see H. Res. 328) [3JA]
    ------most-favored-nation status (H.R. 1643), consideration of 
        motion to dispose of Senate amendment (see H. Res. 334) [4JA]
  Messages
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for Bulgaria Relative to Compliance 
        With International Emigration Policies: President Clinton 
        [30JA] [17JY]
  Motions
    Foreign trade: most-favored-nation status (H.R. 1643) [5JA]
    ------most-favored-nation status (H.R. 1643), concur with Senate 
        amendment (H. Res. 328) [3JA]
    ------most-favored-nation status (H.R. 1643), consideration of 
        motion to dispose of Senate amendment (H. Res. 334) [5JA]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Motion To Dispose of Senate Amendment to H.R. 
        1643, Most-Favored-Nation Status for

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        Bulgaria: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 334) (H. Rept. 
        104-447) [4JA]
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for Bulgaria: Committee on Ways and 
        Means (House) (H.R. 2853) (H. Rept. 104-466) [29FE]

BUNN, JIM (a Representative from Oregon)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3540, foreign operations, export financing, and 
        related programs appropriations [30JY]
    ------H.R. 3675, Dept. of Transportation and related agencies 
        appropriations [5SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Courts: divide the ninth judicial circuit into two circuits (see 
        H.R. 2935) [1FE]
    Oregon: transfer of Oregon and California Railroad Grant Lands, 
        Coos Bay Military Wagon Road Grant Lands, and public domain 
        lands (see H.R. 3769) [10JY]

BUNNING, JIM (a Representative from Kentucky)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Health: improve rehabilitation programs for disabled individuals 
        (see H.R. 4230) [27SE]
    Social Security Administration: extend demonstration projects (see 
        H.R. 4039) [10SE]
    Taxation: clarify the reasonable cause exception from penalties 
        for failure to file returns or to pay taxes (see H.R. 3137) 
        [21MR]

BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
  Bills and resolutions
    Florida: clarification of certain rights of the Miccosukee Tribe 
        (see H.R. 4199) [26SE]
    Management: reorganization (see H.R. 3354) [30AP]
    Native Americans: administrative procedures for extension of 
        Federal recognition to certain Indian groups (see H.R. 2997) 
        [29FE]
    ------authorizing appropriations for certain programs (see H.R. 
        3066) [12MR]
    ------establish pilot project to oversee issuance of bonds to 
        provide funding for construction of schools (see H.R. 4151) 
        [24SE]
    ------extend tribal authority to manage certain Federal programs 
        that directly benefit Native Americans (see H.R. 3034) [6MR]
    ------funding for housing programs relative to tribal self-
        governance (see H.R. 3219) [29MR]
    ------repeal Indian trading laws (see H.R. 3215) [29MR]
    North Carolina: Federal recognition of the Lumbee Tribe (see H.R. 
        3810) [12JY]
    Public lands: provide that certain tribal lands held in trust be 
        defined as entitlement land (see H.R. 4202) [26SE]
    United Houma Nation: Federal recognition and settlement of land 
        claims (see H.R. 3671) [18JN]
  Reports filed
    Crow Creek Sioux Tribe Infrastructure Development Trust Fund Act: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2512) (H. Rept. 104-765) 
        [4SE]
    Repeal Indian Trading Laws: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (H.R. 3215) (H. Rept. 104-681) [17JY]

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS
  Bills and resolutions
    Information services: provide safeguards for confidentiality of 
        statistical information (see H.R. 3924) [31JY]

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT
  Bills and resolutions
    Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act: conveyance of certain lands 
        to village corporations within the Cook Inlet Region (see H.R. 
        3061) [12MR]
    Appropriations: authorizing (see H.R. 3290) [23AP]
    California: exchange of certain Federal lands (see H.R. 3147) 
        [21MR]
    Manzanar Historic Site: exchange of public lands (see H.R. 3006) 
        [5MR]
    Public lands: right-of-way fees and liability standards affecting 
        rural electric cooperatives and other lessees (see H.R. 3377) 
        [1MY]
  Reports filed
    Appropriations: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3290) (H. 
        Rept. 104-658) [8JY]
    California Exchange of Certain Federal Lands: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3147) (H. Rept. 104-760) [4SE]
    Conveyance of Certain Lands Under the Alaska Native Claims 
        Settlement Act: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2560) (H. 
        Rept. 104-643) [27JN]
    Improve Quality of National Parks and Recreation Areas Visitor 
        Services Relative to Incentive-Based Recreation Fees: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2107) (H. Rept. 104-757) 
        [4SE]
    Manzanar Historic Site Exchange of Public Lands: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3006) (H. Rept. 104-709) [26JY]
    Public Rangelands Management Act: Committee on Resources (House) 
        (S. 1459) (H. Rept. 104-674) [12JY]

BUREAU OF MINES
  Bills and resolutions
    Business and industry: arrange for the recovery and disposal of 
        helium on Federal lands (see H.R. 2906, 4168) [30JA] [25SE]

BUREAU OF RECLAMATION
  Bills and resolutions
    Agriculture: fair payment for use of Bureau of Reclamation water 
        (see H.R. 3917) [30JY]
    Fall River County, SD: construction of rural water system (see 
        H.R. 3985) [2AU]
    Irrigation: extend contracts for irrigation projects in Nebraska 
        and Kansas (see H.R. 3350) [30AP]
    Oroville-Tonasket Irrigation District: settlement (see H.R. 3777) 
        [10JY]
    Perkins County, SD: construction of rural water system (see H.R. 
        3986) [2AU]

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
related term(s) Department of Commerce
  Bills and resolutions
    Census: accuracy of decennial census (see H.R. 3558) [30MY]
    ------collection of information relative to individuals who 
        provide care for family members who are unable to care for 
        themselves (see H.R. 4146) [24SE]
    Information services: provide safeguards for confidentiality of 
        statistical information (see H.R. 3924) [31JY]
  Reports filed
    Sampling and Statistical Adjustment in the Decennial Census--
        Fundemental Flaws: Committee on Government Reform and 
        Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-821) [24SE]

BURMA
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign trade: impose sanctions (see H.R. 2892) [25JA]
    U.S. policy (see H. Con. Res. 188) [13JN]

BURR, RICHARD (a Representative from North Carolina)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    FDA: approval process and development of new drugs and biological 
        products (see H.R. 3199) [29MR]
    Hazardous substances: clarify listing of unique chemical 
        substances (see H.R. 3849) [18JY]
    Health care professionals: facilitate the dissemination to 
        physicians of scientific information on drug therapies and 
        medical devices (see H.R. 2932) [1FE]
    National Institute of Biomedical Imaging: establish (see H.R. 
        4196) [26SE]

BURTON, DAN (a Representative from Indiana)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 1561, American Overseas Interests Act [28FE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Aviation: require use of animals at airports for detection of 
        certain explosive devices (see H.R. 3896) [25JY]
    Beacon (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 3914) 
        [29JY]
    Western Atlantic (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 
        3913) [29JY]

BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal Standards Reform Act 
        [13MR]
    ------H.R. 3005, Securities Investment Promotion Act [24JY]
    ------H.R. 3448, Small Business Job Protection Act [26JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Agriculture: allow interstate distribution of State-inspected meat 
        (see H.R. 3750) [27JN]
    ------assure payment for milk and livestock delivered to milk 
        processors, livestock dealers, or market agencies (see H.R. 
        3762) [9JY]
    ------define domestic industry relative to perishable agricultural 
        products (S. 1463), return to Senate (see H. Res. 402) [16AP]
    ------improve reporting and ensure competitiveness in the 
        livestock industry (see H.R. 3794) [11JY]
    ------repeal restrictions on colored margarine (see H.R. 2860) 
        [5JA]
    ------study of risk management fund accounts for farm owners and 
        operators (see H.R. 2905) [30JA]
    Air pollution: regulations relative to beverage alcohol compounds 
        emitted from aging warehouses (see H.R. 3818) [16JY]
    Alcoholic beverages: require Dept. of HHS reports on alcohol 
        advertising practices (see H.R. 3475) [16MY]
    American Samoa: clarify rules of origin for textile and apparel 
        products (see H.R. 3761) [9JY]
    Atlantic Striped Bass Conservation Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 
        4139) [24SE]
    Aviation: preemployment review of prospective pilot records (see 
        H.R. 3536) [29MY]
    ------regulation of scheduled passenger air service at reliever 
        airports (see H.R. 3141) [21MR]
    ------requirements relative to families of passengers involved in 
        aircraft accidents (see H.R. 3923) [31JY]
    ------standards relative to foreign repair stations (see H.R. 
        3839) [17JY]
    Big Cypress National Preserve: operation of certain tour 
        businesses in newly acquired areas (see H.R. 3620) [12JN]
    Business operations: require employers to notify workers of 
        reductions (see H.R. 3369) [30AP]
    Buy American Act: compliance relative to use of articles, 
        materials, and supplies abroad (see H.R. 4265) [27SE]
    California: promote balance between natural resources, economic 
        development and job retention (see H.R. 4032) [5SE]
    Canada: limit imports of wool apparel (see H.R. 4338) [1OC]
    Capitol Building and Grounds: use of Grounds for Specialty 
        Equipment Market Association events (see H. Con. Res. 150) 
        [7MR]
    CERCLA: treatment of certain parties relative to liability (see 
        H.R. 3105) [18MR]
    Children and youth: establish child retirement accounts (see H.R. 
        4253) [27SE]
    ------prohibit sale of personal information without parental 
        consent (see H.R. 3508) [22MY]
    China, People's Republic of: prohibit importation of goods 
        produced, manufactured, or exported by the Army or any defense 
        industrial trading company (see H.R. 3684) [20JN]
    Clean Air Act: provide regulatory relief and preserve jobs (see 
        H.R. 3446) [10MY]
    Clothing industry: legal accountability for sweatshop conditions 
        (see H.R. 4166) [25SE]
    Collective bargaining: permit additional remedies in certain 
        unfair labor practice cases (see H.R. 3764) [9JY]
    Computers: regulate use of personal information obtained by 
        interactive computer services (see H.R. 4113, 4299, 4326) 
        [18SE] [28SE]
    ------use, sale, and export of encryption products for privacy and 
        security (see H.R. 3011) [5MR]
    Construction industries: prohibit discrimination relative to 
        surety bonding requirements (see H.R. 3702) [24JN]
    ------use of inspectors that meet standards established by the 
        Dept. of Labor (see H.R. 3216) [29MR]
    Consumers: imposition of additional fees for use of certain 
        automatic teller machines utilizing a national or regional 
        network (see H.R. 3221, 3246) [29MR] [15AP]
    ------notification of additional fees for use of certain automatic 
        teller machines utilizing a national or regional network (see 
        H.R. 3727) [26JN]

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    Contracts: allow choice of arbitration as a means of settling 
        disputes (see H.R. 3422) [9MY]
    ------establish limitations on taxpayer-financed compensation for 
        defense contractors (see H.R. 3512) [22MY]
    ------minimize unfair competition between Federal Prison 
        Industries and private firms (see H.R. 3745) [27JN]
    Corporate Independence Commission: establish (see H.R. 3351) 
        [30AP]
    Corporations: improve disclosure of charitable contributions (see 
        H.R. 3272) [18AP]
    ------require shareholders views relative to charitable 
        contributions (see H.R. 3273) [18AP]
    Correctional institutions: use of Federal prison labor by 
        nonprofit entities (see H.R. 3776) [10JY]
    Courts: product liability reform (H.R. 956), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 394) [27MR]
    Credit: establish requirements relative to rent-to-own 
        transactions (see H.R. 3003) [5MR]
    Crime: treatment of the production, sale, transportation, or 
        possession of fictitious financial instruments (see H.R. 2986) 
        [28FE]
    Dept. of Agriculture: payment rate for barley (see H.R. 4002) 
        [2AU]
    ------provide diagnostic and certification services to reduce 
        diseases associated with salmonid family of fish (see H.R. 
        2908) [31JA]
    Dept. of Commerce: relief of survivors of Federal employees killed 
        in plane crash while on trade mission in Croatia (see H.R. 
        3545) [29MY]
    ------tribute to employees and business leaders killed in plane 
        crash while on trade mission in Croatia (see H. Res. 403, 404, 
        406) [16AP] [18AP]
    Dept. of Defense: procurement of aircraft landing gear 
        manufactured and assembled in the U.S. (see H.R. 3171) [27MR]
    ------prohibit additional payments and revise certain reporting 
        requirements for restructuring costs under defense contracts 
        (see H.R. 3608) [10JN]
    ------prohibit payment under defense contracts of restructuring 
        costs for mergers or acquisitions (see H.R. 3433) [10MY]
    ------prohibit sale in commissary or exchange stores of imported 
        items not produced under minimum labor standards (see H.R. 
        3843) [17JY]
    ------revise reporting requirements of cost restructuring on 
        defense contracts (see H.R. 3444) [10MY]
    ------treatment of expenses for contractors who relocate due to 
        cessation of military activities at the Stratford Army Engine 
        Plant (see H.R. 4340) [3OC]
    Dept. of HUD: establish consensus committee for maintenance and 
        revision of safety standards for manufactured home 
        construction (see H.R. 3404, 3406) [7MY]
    Dept. of Labor: issuance of guidelines relative to ERISA and 
        insurance company general accounts (see H.R. 3114) [19MR]
    Dept. of Transportation: solicit proposals from air carriers to 
        provide air service to certain areas (see H.R. 3739) [27JN]
    D&S International, Inc.: relief (see H.R. 3502) [21MY]
    Economy: promote revitalization through Federal assistance for 
        cleanup of abandoned or contaminated properties (see H.R. 
        2919, 3093) [31JA] [14MR]
    Education: improve quality of technical education in manufacturing 
        and vocational technologies (see H.R. 3191) [28MR]
    ------recognize businesses that participate with schools to 
        enhance the teaching and use of technology (see H.R. 3921) 
        [30JY]
    EEOC: provide funding and remedies for certain instances of sexual 
        harassment (see H.R. 3646) [13JN]
    Electric power: provide for retail competition among suppliers 
        (see H.R. 4297) [28SE]
    Emergency Commission To End the Trade Deficit: establish (see H.R. 
        3987) [2AU]
    Employment: determination of tip credits relative to State and 
        local government laws (see H.R. 4031) [5SE]
    ------disregard additional payments for calculation of overtime 
        compensation (see H.R. 3087) [14MR]
    ------establish a commission to study employment and economic 
        insecurity (see H.R. 3353) [30AP]
    ------extend time period for filing of trade adjustment assistance 
        petitions (see H.R. 3271) [18AP]
    ------pay equity and labor protection for contingent workers (see 
        H.R. 3657) [13JN]
    ------prohibit discrimination relative to participation in labor 
        organization activities (see H.R. 3763) [9JY]
    ------protect employer rights (see H.R. 3211) [29MR]
    ------provide adjustment assistance to workers displaced because 
        of any Federal program, project, or activity (see H.R. 4292) 
        [28SE]
    ------provide compensatory time for all employees (H.R. 2391), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 488) [24JY]
    ------provide training assistance to individuals employed in an 
        economically depressed industry and area (see H.R. 3403) [7MY]
    ------standards for airport security personnel (see H.R. 4205) 
        [26SE]
    ------treatment of temporary and part-time workers (see H.R. 3682) 
        [19JN]
    ------use of salary base to exempt employees from certain wage 
        requirements (see H.R. 4266) [27SE]
    EPA: reestablish the Office of Noise Abatement and Control (see 
        H.R. 4308) [28SE]
    Families and domestic relations: provide leave for employees 
        relative to adopted or foster children (see H.R. 3681) [19JN]
    Family and Medical Leave Act: employer requirements (see H.R. 
        3296) [23AP]
    ------expand coverage and allow leave for parental involvement in 
        educational and extracurricular activities (see H.R. 3704) 
        [24JN]
    Farmers: provide greater planting flexibility (see H.R. 3900) 
        [25JY]
    FCC: reform (see H.R. 3957) [2AU]
    ------require promotion of sharing of broadcasting tower 
        facilities (see H.R. 3945) [1AU]
    ------revise television station ownership rules relative to local 
        marketing agreements (see H.R. 3623) [12JN]
    FDA: approval process and development of new drugs and biological 
        products (see H.R. 3199) [29MR]
    Federal employees: establish demonstration project to assess 
        feasibility of temporary placement of displaced workers in 
        other Federal or private employment (see H.R. 3649) [13JN]
    ------prohibit use of credit cards (see H.R. 2968) [23FE]
    Federal Oil and Gas Royalty Management Act: technical corrections 
        (see H.R. 4018) [4SE]
    Financial institutions: capitalize deposit insurance funds and 
        provide regulatory relief for insured depository institutions 
        and holding companies (see H.R. 3567) [4JN]
    ------guarantee deposits and certain liabilities and protect 
        against deposit insurance losses (see H.R. 4318) [28SE]
    ------increase competition in the financial services sector and 
        merge commercial bank and savings association charters (see 
        H.R. 4182) [25SE]
    ------offer negotiable order of withdrawal accounts to businesses 
        and allow interest payments on demand deposits (see H.R. 3993) 
        [2AU]
    Firearms: ban the manufacture, importation, and sale of ammunition 
        that can penetrate police body armor (see H.R. 4208) [26SE]
    ------prohibit possession or transfer of armor piercing ammunition 
        (see H.R. 3017) [5MR]
    ------regulation of handguns in any manner affecting interstate or 
        foreign commerce (see H.R. 3018) [5MR]
    ------require consultation before the manufacture, importation, or 
        sale of armor piercing ammunition for use by a governmental 
        entity (see H.R. 3016) [5MR]
    Food: increase access to nutritional information and increase 
        availability of safe food products (see H.R. 3200) [29MR]
    Foreign countries: private sector development enterprise funds 
        (see H.R. 3116) [19MR]
    Foreign trade: ensure competitiveness of textile and apparel 
        industry (see H.R. 3654) [13JN]
    ------extend authority for certain export assistance agencies (see 
        H.R. 3759, 4109) [9JY] [18SE]
    ------most-favored-nation status for certain nonmarket economy 
        countries (see H.R. 2926) [1FE]
    ------most-favored-nation status relative to Iran, Iraq, Libya, 
        and Syria (see H.R. 3890) [24JY]
    ------prevent use of child labor for soccer ball manufacturing 
        (see H.R. 4307) [28SE]
    Fort Lewis, WA: land exchange with Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Co. 
        (see H.R. 2859) [5JA]
    FTC: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3553) [30MY]
    Gambling: grant jurisdiction to the States over activities 
        conducted on Native American lands (see H.R. 3289) [23AP]
    Government: prohibit bundling of contract requirements in 
        procurement (see H.R. 3934) [31JY]
    ------provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (see H.R. 3448) 
        [14MY]
    ------provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (H.R. 3448), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 440) [21MY]
    ------provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (H.R. 3448), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 503) [1AU]
    ------reduce Federal subsidies and strengthen tax treatment of 
        individuals who renounce their citizenship (see H.R. 4122) 
        [19SE]
    Government regulations: authorize judicial review of agency 
        certifications of the economic impact of regulations on small 
        entities (see H.R. 3048) [7MR]
    ------ensure congressional approval of compliance costs (see H.R. 
        3277) [18AP]
    ------require reasonable notice to businesses of changes made to 
        regulations imposed by Federal agencies (see H.R. 3307) [24AP]
    Great Falls Historic District: establish (see H.R. 3911) [26JY]
    Greeley, CO: exchange of certain lands with Water Supply and 
        Storage Co. (see H.R. 3541) [29MY]
    Hazardous substances: transportation regulations relative to 
        agriculture and small businesses (see H.R. 4102) [18SE]
    Health: application of antitrust laws to health care providers' 
        networks (see H.R. 2925, 3770) [1FE] [10JY]
    ------improve and expand clinical research programs (see H.R. 
        3587, 3904) [5JN] [25JY]
    ------liability of raw material and component suppliers to medical 
        device manufacturers (see H.R. 3468) [16MY]
    ------limitations on disclosure and use of genetic information 
        (see H.R. 3477, 3482) [16MY]
    ------prohibit interference between health care providers and 
        their patients (see H.R. 2976) [27FE]
    ------protection of enrollees in managed care plans and health 
        maintenance organizations (see H.R. 4220) [26SE]
    Helium: arrange for the recovery and disposal on Federal lands 
        (see H.R. 2906, 4168) [30JA] [25SE]
    House of Representatives: enactment of certain legislation (see 
        H.R. 3136) [21MR]
    ------enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 3136), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 391) [27MR]
    ------enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 3136), waiving 
        enrollment requirements (see H.J. Res. 168) [26MR]
    House Rules: require witnesses at committee hearings to disclose 
        Federal grants or contracts received during current and 
        previous fiscal years (see H. Res. 486) [22JY]
    Insurance: protect personal privacy rights of customers and 
        claimants (see H.R. 3930) [31JY]
    Intellectual Property Assembly of the Americas: establish (see 
        H.R. 3808) [12JY]
    Interstate commerce: entitle certain armored car crew members to 
        lawfully carry a weapon (see H.R. 3431) [9MY]
    Labor unions: ensure that employees paying mandatory dues may 
        object to the use of their dues for noncollective-bargaining 
        activities (see H.R. 3580) [5JN]
    Marine resources: development of technology for recovery of 
        minerals from the ocean seabed (see H.R. 3249) [16AP]
    Medicaid: reward States for collecting funds expended on tobacco-
        related illnesses (see H.R. 3779) [10JY]

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    Medicare: expedite payment adjustments for durable medical 
        equipment (see H.R. 3225) [29MR]
    Metric system: conversion requirements (see H.R. 4233) [27SE]
    Mexico: safety standards and drug enforcement efforts relative to 
        trucks seeking to cross U.S. border (see H.R. 2946) [1FE]
    Minimum wage: level (see H.R. 3265, 3383, 3481) [17AP] [1MY] 
        [16MY]
    Motor vehicles: establish national requirements for the titling 
        and registration of salvage of certain rebuilt vehicles (see 
        H.R. 2900) [25JA]
    Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development: 
        congressional approval and implementation of shipbuilding 
        trade agreement (H.R. 2754), consideration (see H. Res. 448) 
        [6JN]
    Pensions: prohibit certain transaction rules relative to 401(k) 
        pension plans (see H.R. 3688) [20JN]
    Pharmaceuticals: reinstate reasonable pricing requirements for 
        drugs developed with Federal funding or research and establish 
        minimum levels of research reinvestment for drug manufacturers 
        (see H.R. 4270) [27SE]
    Phi Beta Lambda (fraternal organization): tribute (see H. Con. 
        Res. 164) [18AP]
    Poland: condemn construction of shopping center within 
        internationally protected zone around the Auschwitz death camp 
        (see H. Res. 398) [29MR]
    Political campaigns: prohibit use of labor organization dues and 
        fees for political activities (see H.R. 3683) [19JN]
    Postal Service: limit commercial nonpostal services (see H.R. 
        3690) [20JN]
    ------prohibit penalization for use of private express services 
        for certain letters and packets (see H.R. 3981) [2AU]
    ------reform (see H.R. 3717) [25JN]
    ------require photo identification for processing of change-of-
        address orders (see H.R. 3629) [12JN]
    Power resources: provide moratorium on retail wheeling of electric 
        energy relative to transboundary pollution (see H.R. 4316) 
        [28SE]
    Prescription Drug Price Review Board: establish (see H.R. 3691) 
        [20JN]
    Public lands: provide disaster assistance loans for small 
        businesses operating within a national park or wildlife refuge 
        that were affected during recent Government shutdown (see H.R. 
        3044) [7MR]
    ------recovery and disposal of helium (see H.R. 3008) [5MR]
    Public utilities: provide for competition in electric power 
        industry (see H.R. 3782) [11JY]
    ------revision of the regulatory policies governing public utility 
        holding companies (see H.R. 3601) [6JN]
    Railroads: improve rail transportation safety (see H.R. 3106, 
        3578) [18MR] [5JN]
    Rivers: permit construction of flood control projects by private 
        sector (see H.R. 3108) [19MR]
    Safety: implement nonanimal acute toxicity testing for evaluation 
        of consumer products (see H.R. 3173) [27MR]
    SBA: increase fees for participants in certain financial 
        assistance programs (see H.R. 3989) [2AU]
    ------participation in loans guaranteed under the Export Working 
        Capital Program (see H.R. 2933) [1FE]
    ------reauthorize women's business training program (see H.R. 
        3990) [2AU]
    SEC: funding for reduction of fees (see H.R. 2972) [27FE]
    Shipping industry: allow transportation of cargo on foreign ships 
        manned by U.S. crews (see H.R. 4006) [2AU]
    ------establish safety requirements for barges carrying oil or 
        hazardous materials (see H.R. 3014) [5MR]
    Ships and vessels: protect hull designs from unauthorized 
        duplication (see H.R. 4159) [24SE]
    Small business: assist in development of microenterprises (see 
        H.R. 3846) [18JY]
    ------establish labor and tax provisions (see H.R. 4252) [27SE]
    ------extend the Small Business Technology Transfer Program (see 
        H.R. 3158) [25MR]
    ------improve certain programs (see H.R. 3719, 3720) [26JN]
    ------improve certain programs (H.R. 3719), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 516) [4SE]
    ------increase opportunities for veterans (see H.R. 4080) [17SE]
    ------provide development assistance to economically disadvantaged 
        individuals (see H.R. 3994) [2AU]
    ------provide legal redress for unfair trade practices (see H.R. 
        3967) [2AU]
    ------reform regulatory process (see H.R. 3798) [11JY]
    ------strengthen Federal contracting opportunities and assess 
        impact of contract bundling by Federal agencies (see H.R. 
        4313) [28SE]
    Small Business Act: exempt dredging activities from certain 
        requirements (see H.R. 3437) [10MY]
    Social Security: prohibit certain misuses of account numbers (see 
        H.R. 3598) [6JN]
    Space policy: encourage the development of a commercial space 
        industry (see H.R. 3936) [1AU]
    ------licensing of commercial space reentry vehicles and reentry 
        sites (see H.R. 4239) [27SE]
    Sports: prohibit agents from influencing college athletes (see 
        H.R. 3328) [25AP]
    ------regulations relative to relocation of professional teams 
        (see H.R. 3805) [12JY]
    ------use of instant replay for officiating in professional 
        sporting events (see H.R. 3096) [14MR]
    Tariff: liquidation or reliquidation of certain entries (see H.R. 
        3823) [16JY]
    Taxation: allow companies to donate scientific equipment to 
        schools (see H.R. 3498) [21MY]
    ------allow credit for cleanup of contaminated industrial sites 
        (see H.R. 2846, 4200) [4JA] [26SE]
    ------application of the alternative minimum tax to installment 
        sales of farm property (see H.R. 4072) [12SE]
    ------apply denial of deduction for excessive employee 
        compensation to all employees (see H.R. 4124) [19SE]
    ------credit for business investments in economically distressed 
        areas (see H.R. 2847) [4JA]
    ------credits for employers for costs incurred to combat violence 
        against women (see H.R. 3584) [5JN]
    ------discourage relocation to foreign countries and encourage 
        creation of new jobs (see H.R. 3252) [16AP]
    ------exempt certain small businesses from use of electronic fund 
        transfer system for depository taxes (see H.R. 4251) [27SE]
    ------exempt status for State agencies created to provide 
        earthquake insurance for homeowners (see H.R. 3605) [10JN]
    ------increase child care credit and eliminate the exclusion of 
        certain income relative to foreign sales corporations (see 
        H.R. 3332) [25AP]
    ------increase contributions for defined pension plans (see H.R. 
        3965) [2AU]
    ------provide incentives for investment in renewal communities 
        (see H.R. 3467) [16MY]
    ------reduce certain benefits allowable to profitable, large 
        corporations that make workforce reductions (see H.R. 3333) 
        [25AP]
    ------refundable income credit to businesses which recycle office 
        wastes (see H.R. 3955) [2AU]
    ------repeal income tax, abolish the IRS, and institute a national 
        retail sales tax (see H.R. 3039) [6MR]
    ------repeal special limitations on tax-exempt bond issues (see 
        H.R. 2864) [23JA]
    ------replace individual and corporate income taxes, Social 
        Security, and Medicare taxes with a value-added tax (see H.R. 
        4050) [11SE]
    ------treatment of capital gains and losses on the sale of a 
        principal residence (see H.R. 4231) [27SE]
    ------treatment of capital losses on sale or exchange of a 
        principal residence (see H.R. 3693) [20JN]
    ------treatment of certain depreciable business assets (see H.R. 
        3124, 3329) [20MR] [25AP]
    ------treatment of computer software (see H.R. 4169) [25SE]
    ------treatment of corporations (see H.R. 3102) [14MR]
    ------treatment of empowerment zones and enterprise communities 
        (see H.R. 3241) [15AP]
    ------treatment of environmental remediation costs in empowerment 
        and enterprise zones (see H.R. 3747) [27JN]
    ------treatment of income relative to cash method of accounting 
        (see H.R. 3126) [20MR]
    ------treatment of individual training accounts (see H.R. 3157) 
        [22MR]
    ------treatment of interest on deficiencies attributable to 
        certain partnership items (see H.R. 4256) [27SE]
    ------treatment of investment tax credits (see H.R. 2983) [28FE]
    ------treatment of organizations that conduct certain games of 
        chance (see H.R. 4157) [24SE]
    ------treatment of production of alcohol for fuel use (see H.R. 
        3345) [25AP]
    ------treatment of research credits (see H.R. 2984) [28FE]
    ------treatment of tax free corporate liquidations and receipt of 
        debt-financed property in such a liquidation (see H.R. 4243) 
        [27SE]
    ------treatment of tips (see H.R. 3667) [18JN]
    ------treatment of unemployment tax relative to entertainment 
        industry (see H.R. 3677) [19JN]
    ------treatment of worker retraining expenditures (see H.R. 2998) 
        [29FE]
    Technology: acquisition of domestically-developed technology by 
        U.S. companies (see H. Con. Res. 202) [25JY]
    ------competitiveness of the electronic inter-connections industry 
        (see H. Res. 537) [25SE]
    Telecommunications: continued operation of certain overlapping 
        stations (see H.R. 3073) [12MR]
    ------protection of consumer privacy relative to new 
        communications technologies (see H.R. 3685) [20JN]
    ------reform policies regulating competition (S. 652), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 353) [31JA]
    Telephones: impose fees for the allocation of toll-free phone 
        numbers (see H. Con. Res. 175) [10MY]
    Television: regulation of network signals on satellite carriers 
        (see H.R. 3192) [28MR]
    ------reservation of time for family-oriented programming (see H. 
        Res. 484) [18JY]
    Textile industry and fabrics: authorize substitution for drawback 
        purposes of certain fibers and yarns used in carpet and rug 
        manufacturing (see H.R. 3380) [1MY]
    Thrift Charter Merger Commission: establish (see H.R. 3407) [7MY]
    Transportation: funding for projects in Mexican border States to 
        accommodate increased traffic resulting from NAFTA 
        implementation (see H.R. 3527, 3669) [23MY] [18JN]
    Trucking industry: limit the applicability of hazardous material 
        transportation registration and fee requirements relative to 
        the transport of crude oil and condensate (see H.R. 3188) 
        [28MR]
    Truth in Lending Act: require notice of cancellation rights 
        relative to private mortgage insurance (see H.R. 3556) [30MY]
    U.S. Trade Administration: establish (see H.R. 4328) [28SE]
    Unemployment: emergency compensation (see H.R. 4263) [27SE]
    Veterans: eligibility for training and rehabilitation assistance 
        and transfer of certain educational assistance authority (see 
        H.R. 3674) [19JN]
    ------strengthen veterans' preference and increase employment 
        opportunities (see H.R. 3586, 3938) [5JN] [1AU]
    Water: adjust the maximum hour exemption for water delivery 
        company employees (see H.R. 3326) [25AP]
    ------labeling requirements for bottled drinking water (see H.R. 
        3944) [1AU]
    Women: assist the development of small business concerns owned and 
        controlled by women (see H.R. 4071) [12SE]
    ------comprehensive pension protection (see H.R. 4204) [26SE]
    ------ensure economic equity (see H.R. 3857) [18JY]
    ------provide unemployment insurance and leave time to battered 
        women (see H.R. 3837) [17JY]

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    ------treatment of pensions relative to spouses and former spouses 
        (see H.R. 3510, 3511) [22MY]
    Women in Enterprise Development Program: establish (see H.R. 3827) 
        [16JY]
  Conference reports
    Common Sense Product Liability Legal Reform Act (H.R 956) [14MR]
    National Securities Markets Improvement Act (H.R. 3005) [28SE]
    Small Business Job Protection Act (H.R. 3448) [1AU]
    Telecommunications Act (S. 652) [31JA]
  Messages
    Family Friendly Workplace Act: President Clinton [27SE]
    Federal Labor Relations Authority Report: President Clinton [27SE]
    Issuance of Licenses for the Export of Defense Articles and U.S.-
        Origin Satellites to the People's Republic of China: President 
        Clinton [24JN]
    National Emergency Relative to Lapse of the Export Administration 
        Act: President Clinton [4JN]
    Small Business and Competition: President Clinton [5JN]
    Telecommunications Services Relative to Cuba: President Clinton 
        [23SE]
    Veto of H.R. 743, Teamwork for Employees and Managers Act: 
        President Clinton [30JY]
    Veto of H.R. 956, Common Sense Product Liability Legal Reform Act: 
        President Clinton [6MY]
  Motions
    Courts: product liability reform (H.R. 956) [28FE] [29FE]
    Government: provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (H.R. 3448) 
        [26JY]
    House of Representatives: enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 
        3136) [28MR]
  Reports filed
    Airline Pilot Hiring and Safety Act: Committee on Transportation 
        (House) (H.R. 3536) (H. Rept. 104-684) [17JY]
    Application of Antitrust Laws to Health Care Providers' Networks: 
        Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2925) (H. Rept. 104-
        646) [27JN]
    Bankruptcy Judge Appointments: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (H.R. 2604) (H. Rept. 104-569) [9MY]
    Commercial Space Industry Development: Committee on Science 
        (House) (H.R. 3936) (H. Rept. 104-801) [17SE]
    Common Sense Product Liability Legal Reform Act: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 956) (H. Rept. 104-481) [14MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 956, Common Sense 
        Product Liability Legal Reform Act: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 394) (H. Rept. 104-503) [27MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3448, Small Business 
        Job Protection Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 503) 
        (H. Rept. 104-739) [1AU]
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 652, Telecommunications 
        Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 353) (H. Rept. 104-
        459) [31JA]
    Consideration of H.R. 2391, Working Families Flexibility Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 488) (H. Rept. 104-704) 
        [24JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 2754, Shipbuilding Trade Agreement Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 448) (H. Rept. 104-606) 
        [6JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3136, Contract With America Advancement Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 391) (H. Rept. 104-500) 
        [27MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3448, Small Business Job Protection Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 440) (H. Rept. 104-590) 
        [21MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3719, Small Business Programs Improvements: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 516) (H. Rept. 104-773) 
        [4SE]
    Dept. of Commerce Toll-Free Telephone Number for Consumer 
        Assistance: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 447) (H. Rept. 
        104-753) [2AU]
    Development of Technology for Recovery of Minerals From the Ocean 
        Seabed: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3249) (H. Rept. 
        104-673) [12JY]
    Entitle Certain Armored Car Crew Members To Lawfully Carry a 
        Weapon: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3431) (H. Rept. 
        104-623) [17JN]
    Export Assistance Agencies Authority Extension: Committee on 
        International Relations (House) (H.R. 3759) (H. Rept. 104-722) 
        [30JY]
    Export Controls Authority: Committee on Ways and Means (House) 
        (H.R. 361) (H. Rept. 104-605) [5JN]
    Fan Freedom and Community Protection Act: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2740) (H. Rept. 104-656) [8JY]
    Federal Oil and Gas Royalty Simplification and Fairness Act: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1975) (H. Rept. 104-667) 
        [11JY]
    Financial Institutions Regulatory Process and Paperwork 
        Requirements Reform: Committee on Banking and Financial 
        Services (House) (H.R. 1858) (H. Rept. 104-103) [18JN]
    Foreign Trade Export Controls: Committee on Ways and Means (House) 
        (H.R. 361) (H. Rept. 104-605) [27JN]
    Metric System Conversion Requirements: Committee on Science 
        (House) (H.R. 2779) (H. Rept. 104-639) [26JN]
    Microenterprise Act: Committee on International Relations (House) 
        (H.R. 3846) (H. Rept. 104-715) [29JY]
    National Policy To Provide Health Care and Reform Insurance 
        Procedures: Committee on Economic and Educational 
        Opportunities (House) (H.R. 995) (H. Rept. 104-498) [25MR]
    National Securities Markets Improvement Act: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 3005) (H. Rept. 104-864) [28SE]
    Prohibit Interference Between Health Care Providers and Their 
        Patients: Committee of Conference (H.R. 2976) (H. Rept. 104-
        865) [28SE]
    Propane Gas Industry Safety, Training, Research, and Development: 
        Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 1514) (H. Rept. 104-655) 
        [8JY]
    Provide Compensatory Time for All Employees: Committee on Economic 
        and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 2391) (H. Rept. 
        104-670) [11JY]
    Reasonable Notice to Businesses of Changes Made to Regulations 
        Imposed by Federal Agencies: Committee on the Judiciary 
        (House) (H.R. 3307) (H. Rept. 104-859) [28SE]
    Regulation and Management of Financial Markets: Committee on 
        Commerce (House) (H.R. 3005) (H. Rept. 104-622) [17JN]
    Requirements Relative to Families of Airline Passengers Involved 
        in Aircraft Accidents: Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3923) (H. Rept. 104-793) [17SE]
    SEC Appropriations and Reduction of Fees: Committee on Commerce 
        (House) (H.R. 2972) (H. Rept. 104-479) [12MR]
    Shipbuilding Trade Agreement Act: Committee on National Security 
        (House) (H.R. 2754) (H. Rept. 104-524) [30MY]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2754) (H. Rept. 
        104-524) [18AP]
    Small Business Job Protection Act: Committee of Conference (H.R. 
        3448) (H. Rept. 104-737) [1AU]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3448) (H. Rept. 
        104-586) [20MY]
    Small Business Programs Improvements: Committee on Small Business 
        (House) (H.R. 3719) (H. Rept. 104-750) [2AU]
    Small Business Technology Transfer Program: Committee on Small 
        Business (House) (H.R. 3158) (H. Rept. 104-850) [26SE]
    Strengthen Veterans' Preference and Increase Employment 
        Opportunities: Committee on Government Reform and Oversight 
        (House) (H.R. 3586) (H. Rept. 104-675) [12JY]
    Telecommunications Act: Committee of Conference (S. 652) (H. Rept. 
        104-458) [31JA]
    U.S. National Tourism Organization Act: Committee on Commerce 
        (House) (H.R. 2579) (H. Rept. 104-839) [25SE]
    Veterans Eligibility for Training and Rehabilitation Assistance 
        and Transfer of Certain Educational Assistance Authority: 
        Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3674) (H. Rept. 
        104-650) [27JN]

BUY AMERICAN ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Contracts: compliance relative to use of articles, materials, and 
        supplies abroad (see H.R. 4265) [27SE]

BUYER, STEPHEN E. (a Representative from Indiana)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------S. 735, Comprehensive Terrorism Prevention Act [14MR]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: compliance with veterans' preference 
        requirements (see H.R. 3594) [6JN]
    ------extend enhanced loan asset sale authority (see H.R. 3459) 
        [15MY]
    FAA: compliance with veterans' preference requirements during 
        reductions in force (see H.R. 3593) [6JN]
    Hazardous substances: regulation of not-for-hire transportation of 
        agriculture production materials (see H.R. 3799) [12JY]
    Homeless: reintegration assistance for veterans (see H.R. 3611) 
        [11JN]

CAGNEY, JAMES
  Bills and resolutions
    Congressional Gold Medal: award (see H.R. 3765) [9JY]

CALIFORNIA
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 1296, Presidio facilities management [9MY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians: distribution of certain 
        revenues from the Mineral Springs parcel (see H.R. 3804) 
        [12JY]
    California-Federal Bay-Delta Program: development of a solution to 
        ecological problems of the San Francisco Bay/Sacramento-San 
        Joaquin Delta Watershed (see H.R. 4126) [19SE]
    Conservation of natural resources: pilot project in the Plumas, 
        Lassen, and Tahoe National Forests to demonstrate resource 
        management activity effectiveness (see H.R. 4082) [17SE]
    Corps of Engineers: construction of flood control project on the 
        Sacramento and American Rivers, CA (see H.R. 3270) [18AP]
    Courts: divide the ninth judicial circuit into two circuits (see 
        H.R. 2935) [1FE]
    Dos Palos, CA: conveyance of certain lands to the Dos Palos Ag 
        Boosters (see H.R. 4041) [10SE]
    Economy: promote balance between natural resources, economic 
        development and job retention (see H.R. 4032) [5SE]
    Manzanar Historic Site: exchange of public lands (see H.R. 3006) 
        [5MR]
    Medicare: extend period of applicability of enrollment mix 
        requirement for HMOs to Watts Health Foundation (see H.R. 
        2923) [31JA]
    Missouri (U.S.S.): transfer to U.S.S. Missouri Allied Forces 
        Memorial, San Francisco, CA (see H.R. 4066) [12SE]
    Monuments and memorials: limit authority of the President to 
        designate certain areas as national monuments in California 
        (see H.R. 4242) [27SE]
    Native Americans: transfer of public lands to certain Indian 
        tribes (see H.R. 3642) [13JN]
    Nuclear energy: prohibit use of Federal funds for the construction 
        or operation of the National Ignition Facility or certain 
        inertial confinement fusion projects (see H.R. 3143) [21MR]
    Presidio: management of facilities (see H.R. 4236) [27SE]
    ------management of facilities (H.R. 1296), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 536) [25SE]
    Public lands: exchange of certain Federal lands (see H.R. 3146, 
        3147) [21MR]
    Real estate: conveyance of certain property (see H.R. 3083) [14MR]
    Redwood National Park: increase management efficiency through 
        cooperative agreements with California (see H.R. 3500) [21MY]

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    San Diego County, CA: provide loan guarantee to Olivenhain Water 
        Storage Project (see H.R. 3851) [18JY]
    Santa Cruz Island, CA: acquire certain lands (see H.R. 4059) 
        [11SE]
    Sequoia National Forest: preservation of Giant Sequoia ecosystem 
        and increase recreational opportunities (see H.R. 3873) [23JY]
    Sequoia National Park: renewal of cabin permits to heirs in 
        Mineral King Addition (see H.R. 3534) [23MY]
    Sly Park Dam and Reservoir: sale by the Dept. of the Interior (see 
        H.R. 3903) [25JY]
    Stanislaus County, CA: conveyance of certain lands (see H.R. 4088) 
        [17SE]
    Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians: settlement of issues and 
        claims relative to trust lands (see H.R. 3640) [13JN]
    Water: enhance quality and supply (see H.R. 4048) [11SE]
  Conference reports
    Presidio Facilities and Parks and Public Lands Management (H.R. 
        1296) [24SE]
  Motions
    Presidio: management of facilities (H.R. 4236) [28SE]
  Reports filed
    Cabin Permit Renewals to Heirs in Sequoia National Park Mineral 
        King Addition: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3534) (H. 
        Rept. 104-866) [3OC]
    California Exchange of Certain Federal Lands: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3147) (H. Rept. 104-760) [4SE]
    California Land Conveyance to the Del Norte County Unified School 
        District: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2709) (H. Rept. 
        104-763) [4SE]
    California Land Conveyance to the Hoopa Valley Tribe: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 2710) (H. Rept. 104-762) [4SE]
    California Land Transfer to Certain Indian Tribes: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3642) (H. Rept. 104-767) [4SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1296, Presidio 
        Facilities and Parks and Public Lands Management: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H.R. 1296) (H. Rept. 104-836) [25SE]
    Lake Tahoe Basin National Forest Designation: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 2122) (H. Rept. 104-772) [4SE]
    Manzanar Historic Site Exchange of Public Lands: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3006) (H. Rept. 104-709) [26JY]
    Medicare Enrollment Applicability Requirement for HMOs Relative to 
        Watts Health Foundation: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        2923) (H. Rept. 104-844) [25SE]
    Presidio Facilities and Parks and Public Lands Management: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 1296) (H. Rept. 104-836) [24SE]
    Settlement of Issues and Claims Relative to Trust Lands of the 
        Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3640) (H. Rept. 104-777) [5SE]
    Sly Park Dam and Reservoir Sale by the Dept. of the Interior: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3903) (H. Rept. 104-768) 
        [4SE]

CALLAHAN, SONNY (a Representative from Alabama)
  Appointments
    Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Into 
        the House Chamber [10JY]
    Conferee: H.R. 3019, continuing appropriations [21MR]
    ------H.R. 3517, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        construction, family housing, and base realignment and closure 
        [26JY]
    ------H.R. 3540, foreign operations, export financing, and related 
        programs appropriations [30JY]
    ------H.R. 3816, energy and water development appropriations [5SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Foreign operations, export financing, and related programs: making 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3540) [29MY]
    Top Gun (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 3370) 
        [30AP]
  Reports filed
    Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 
        3540) (H. Rept. 104-600) [29MY]

CALVERT, KEN (a Representative from California)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Government: transfer certain surplus property to State and local 
        governments (see H.R. 3731) [27JN]
    Land use: treatment of Federal and non-Federal reclamation 
        projects (see H.R. 3041) [7MR]
    National cemeteries: penalties for theft and malicious vandalism 
        (see H.R. 3901) [25JY]
    National Geologic Mapping Act: reauthorize and amend (see H.R. 
        3198) [29MR]

CAMBODIA, STATE OF
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign policy: human rights situation (see H. Res. 345) [25JA]

CAMDEN, AR
  Bills and resolutions
    Honorable David H. Pryor Post Office Building: designate (see H.R. 
        3877) [23JY]

CAMP, DAVE (a Representative from Michigan)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to 
        budget reconciliation [24JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Medicare/Medicaid: prohibit funding for assisted suicide, 
        euthanasia, or mercy killing (see H.R. 3123) [20MR]
    Public welfare programs: approval of waivers submitted by Michigan 
        to conduct ``To Strengthen Michigan Families'' project (see 
        H.R. 3732) [27JN]
    Taxation: permit States to make advanced earned income credit 
        payments (see H.R. 4197) [26SE]

CAMPAIGN FINANCE REFORM ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (see H.R. 3820) [16JY]
  Motions
    Enact (H.R. 3820) [25JY]

CAMPBELL, J. PHIL, SR.
  Bills and resolutions
    J. Phil Campbell, Sr., Natural Resources Conservation Center, 
        Watkinsville, GA: designate (see H.R. 3387) [1MY]
  Reports filed
    J. Phil Campbell, Sr., Natural Resources Conservation Center, 
        Watkinsville, GA: Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 3387) 
        (H. Rept. 104-645) [27JN]

CAMPBELL, TOM (a Representative from California)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Budget: sequestration of all budgetary accounts except Social 
        Security, Federal retirement, and interest on the debt (see 
        H.R. 3414) [8MY]
    Ecology and environment: provide off-budget treatment for the land 
        and water conservation fund (see H.R. 3619) [12JN]
    Electoral College: constitutional amendment to abolish (see H.J. 
        Res. 180) [12JN]
    FRS: clarify authority of Board of Governors relative to bank 
        holding company applications (see H.R. 3210) [29MR]
    Government regulations: term limits on regulatory agency members 
        (see H.R. 3423) [9MY]
    Health: application of antitrust laws to health care providers' 
        networks (see H.R. 3770) [10JY]
    President and Vice President: constitutional amendment on direct 
        popular election (see H.J. Res. 180) [12JN]
    Public buildings: make certain Federal facilities available to 
        organizations for use as temporary homeless shelters (see H.R. 
        3496) [21MY]
    Tariff: fresh cut Colombian flowers (see H. Res. 452) [12JN]
    Taxation: require use of dynamic economic modeling in the 
        preparation of estimates of proposed changes in Federal 
        revenue law (see H. Con. Res. 170) [2MY]

CANADA
  Appointments
    Canada-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [27MR] [8MY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign countries: border-crossing fees for vehicles or 
        pedestrians entering the U.S. from Canada or Mexico (see H. 
        Con. Res. 152) [14MR]
    Foreign trade: limit imports of wool apparel (see H.R. 4338) [1OC]
    ------require President to certify agreements relative to 
        protection of worker rights and environmental standards (see 
        H.R. 4014) [2AU]
    Immigration: reassess Canadian boater landing permit requirements 
        (see H.R. 4165) [25SE]
    NAFTA: assess impact, renegotiate certain provisions, and review 
        World Trade Organization dispute settlement reports (see H.R. 
        3314) [24AP]
    ------U.S. participation in Coordinating Secretariat (see H.R. 
        3075) [13MR]

CANADA-U.S. INTERPARLIAMENTARY GROUP
  Appointments
    Members [27MR] [8MY]

CANADY, CHARLES T. (a Representative from Florida)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Animals: ensure that all dogs and cats used by research facilities 
        are obtained legally (see H.R. 3398) [7MY]
    Census: collection of information relative to individuals who 
        provide care for family members who are unable to care for 
        themselves (see H.R. 4146) [24SE]
    Commission on Civil Rights: reauthorize (see H.R. 3874) [23JY]
    Crime: identify violent and hard-core juvenile offenders and treat 
        them as adults (see H.R. 3494) [20MY]
    Federal employees: strengthen post-employment restrictions on 
        foreign representation (see H.R. 3434) [10MY]
    Government: reform disclosure of lobbying activities to influence 
        the Federal Government (S. 1060), technical corrections (see 
        H.R. 3435) [10MY]
    Maralinda (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 3915) 
        [30JY]
    Medicare: eliminate time limitation on benefits for immunity 
        suppressing drugs (see H.R. 3138) [21MR]
    Office of Government Ethics: extend authorization (see H.R. 3235) 
        [15AP]
  Motions offered by
    Abortion: prohibit partial-birth abortions (H.R. 1833), Senate 
        amendments [27MR]
    ------prohibit partial-birth abortions (H.R. 1833), veto [19SE]
    Congress: constitutional amendment to require a three-fifths 
        majority on the passage of legislation increasing revenue 
        (H.J. Res. 159) [15AP]
    Employees: allow members of employee associations to represent 
        their views before the Government (H.R. 782) [1AU]
  Reports filed
    Commission on Civil Rights Reauthorization: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3874) (H. Rept. 104-846) [26SE]
    Defense of Marriage Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 
        3396) (H. Rept. 104-664) [9JY]
    Eliminate Bilingual Voting Requirements: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 351) (H. Rept. 104-728) [31JY]
    Lobbying Disclosure Act Technical Corrections: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3435) (H. Rept. 104-699) [24JY]
    Office of Government Ethics Authorization Extension: Committee on 
        the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3235) (H. Rept. 104-595) [29MY]

CAPITAL PUNISHMENT
related term(s) Courts
  Bills and resolutions
    Crime: death penalty sentencing for certain importations of 
        significant quantities of controlled substances (see H.R. 
        4170) [25SE]
    Families and domestic relations: attendance by families of victims 
        at the execution of the murderers (see H.R. 3220) [29MR]

CAPITOL BUILDING AND GROUNDS
  Bills and resolutions
    Congressional Family Picnic: authorizing use of Grounds (see H. 
        Con. Res. 198) [11JY]
    Greater Washington Soap Box Derby: authorizing use of Grounds (see 
        H. Con. Res. 153) [22MR]

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    Members of Congress: prohibit the soliciting or accepting of 
        campaign contributions within certain areas of the Capitol 
        (see H. Res. 432, 433, 439, 457) [10MY] [14MY] [16MY] [20JN]
    Monuments and memorials: recognize contributions of all American 
        citizens in the National Statuary Hall (see H. Con. Res. 158) 
        [29MR]
    ------restoration of statue honoring women's suffrage and 
        relocation to the rotunda (see H. Con. Res. 216) [24SE]
    National Peace Officers' Memorial Service: authorizing use of 
        Grounds (see H. Con. Res. 147) [5MR]
    Special Olympics: authorizing use of Grounds for torch relay (see 
        H. Con. Res. 146) [5MR]
    Specialty Equipment Market Association: use of Grounds for events 
        (see H. Con. Res. 150) [7MR]
    Summer Olympics: authorizing use of Grounds for torch relay (see 
        H. Con. Res. 172) [7MY]
    Washington for Jesus 1996 prayer rally: authorizing use of Grounds 
        (see H. Con. Res. 161, 166) [15AP] [18AP]
  Reports filed
    Use of Capitol Grounds for Greater Washington Soap Box Derby: 
        Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H. 
        Con. Res. 153) (H. Rept. 104-589) [21MY]
    Use of Capitol Grounds for National Peace Officers' Memorial 
        Service: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 
        (House) (H. Con. Res. 147) (H. Rept. 104-488) [20MR]
    Use of Capitol Grounds for Special Olympics Torch Relay: Committee 
        on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H. Con. Res. 
        146) (H. Rept. 104-487) [20MR]
    Use of Capitol Grounds for Summer Olympics Torch Relay: Committee 
        on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H. Con. Res. 
        172) (H. Rept. 104-608) [6JN]

CAPITOL PAGES
see Congress

CAPITOL POLICE
see Congress

CARACAPPA, ROSE Y.
  Bills and resolutions
    Rose Y. Caracappa U.S. Post Office Building, Centereach, NY: 
        designate (see H.R. 3139) [21MR]

CARDIN, BENJAMIN L. (a Representative from Maryland)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    House of Representatives: prohibit recess or adjournment during 
        periods of lapsed appropriations (see H. Res. 332) [4JA]
    Medicare: hospice care reform (see H.R. 3714) [25JN]
    OPM: require annual reports to Congress on changes to Federal 
        retiree health benefits (see H.R. 3462) [15MY]

CARGO TRANSPORTATION
related term(s) Aviation; Merchant Marine Industry; Railroads; Shipping 
    Industry; Transportation; Trucking Industry
  Bills and resolutions
    Corps of Engineers: authorize capital improvements for the 
        Washington Aqueduct (see H.R. 2917) [31JA]
    Dept. of Defense: prohibit use of certain shipping cost 
        differentials relative to Merchant Marine Act (see H.R. 4343) 
        [3OC]
    Dept. of Transportation: regulations relative to transportation of 
        intermodal containers (see H.R. 4040) [10SE]
    Motor vehicles: remove limitations on maximum driving and on-duty 
        time of utility vehicle operators and drivers (see H.R. 3480, 
        3492) [16MY]
    Queens County, NY: declare certain areas as nonnavigable waters 
        (see H.R. 2987) [28FE]
    Railroads: improve rail transportation safety (see H.R. 3578) 
        [5JN]
    Roads and highways: increase truck weight limit on sections of 
        Maine Turnpike (see H.R. 3549) [29MY]
    Shipping industry: allow transportation of cargo on foreign ships 
        manned by U.S. crews (see H.R. 4006) [2AU]
    Transportation: funding for projects in Mexican border States to 
        accommodate increased traffic resulting from NAFTA 
        implementation (see H.R. 3527, 3669) [23MY] [18JN]
  Reports filed
    Dept. of Transportation Regulations Relative to Transportation of 
        Intermodal Containers: Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 4040) (H. Rept. 104-794) [17SE]

CARIBBEAN BASIN ECONOMIC RECOVERY ACT
  Messages
    Report: President Clinton [2OC]

CARJACKING CORRECTION ACT
  Reports filed
    Provisions: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3676) (H. 
        Rept. 104-787) [16SE]

CASTLE, MICHAEL N. (a Representative from Delaware)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------H.R. 3259, intelligence services appropriations [18SE]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
    ------S. 1260, U.S. Housing Act [9MY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Coins: establish circulating commemorative coin program 
        commemorating each State (see H.R. 3793) [11JY]
    Foreign aid: authorizing appropriations for U.S. contributions to 
        international funds and development banks (see H.R. 3399) 
        [7MY]
    House of Representatives: establish disclosure requirements 
        relative to franked mail (see H.R. 3772) [10JY]
    ------official mail allowance (see H.R. 3771) [10JY]
    ------prevent mass mailings during an election year (see H.R. 
        3773) [10JY]
    ------reduce number of pieces of mail constituting a mass mailing 
        (see H.R. 3774) [10JY]
    Magic Moments (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 
        3082) [13MR]
    Television: broadcast of violent programming (see H. Res. 541) 
        [26SE]

CEMETERIES AND FUNERALS
  Bills and resolutions
    Arlington National Cemetery: reburial of unknown Civil War 
        soldiers (see H.R. 3854, 3855) [18JY]
    Cecil Field Naval Air Station, FL: transfer jurisdiction over 
        certain lands to Dept. of Veterans Affairs (see H.R. 3882) 
        [23JY]
    National cemeteries: clarify eligibility of certain minors for 
        burial (see H.R. 2850) [4JA]
    ------penalties for theft and malicious vandalism (see H.R. 3901) 
        [25JY]

CENSUS
  Bills and resolutions
    Dept. of Agriculture: conduct census of agriculture (see H.R. 
        3665) [18JN]
    Population: accuracy of decennial census (see H.R. 3558) [30MY]
    ------collection of information relative to individuals who 
        provide care for family members who are unable to care for 
        themselves (see H.R. 4146) [24SE]
  Reports filed
    Conduct Census of Agriculture: Committee on Agriculture (House) 
        (H.R. 3665) (H. Rept. 104-653) [27JN]
    Sampling and Statistical Adjustment in the Decennial Census--
        Fundemental Flaws: Committee on Government Reform and 
        Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-821) [24SE]

CENSUS BUREAU
see Bureau of the Census

CENTEREACH, NY
  Bills and resolutions
    Rose Y. Caracappa U.S. Post Office Building: designate (see H.R. 
        3139) [21MR]

CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL
  Bills and resolutions
    Diseases: efforts to prevent transmission of HIV (see H.R. 3937) 
        [1AU]

CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 3259, intelligence services appropriations [18SE]
  Bills and resolutions
    Drugs: investigate involvement in crack cocaine sales to fund 
        Contras (see H. Res. 518, 520) [11SE]
    Intelligence services: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3259) 
        [17AP]
    ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3259), consideration (see 
        H. Res. 437) [16MY]
    ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3259), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 529) [24SE]
    ------reorganize and reform management of intelligence community 
        (see H.R. 3237) [15AP]
  Conference reports
    Intelligence Services Appropriations (H.R. 3259) [24SE]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3259, Intelligence 
        Services Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        529) (H. Rept. 104-830) [24SE]
    Consideration of H.R. 3259, Intelligence Services Appropriations: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 437) (H. Rept. 104-581) 
        [16MY]
    Intelligence Community Reorganization and Reform: Committee on 
        National Security (House) (H.R. 3237) (H. Rept. 104-620) 
        [23JY]
    Intelligence Services Appropriations: Committee of Conference 
        (H.R. 3259) (H. Rept. 104-832) [24SE]

CHABOT, STEVE (a Representative from Ohio)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Diseases: research programs for lymphangioleiomyomatosis disease 
        (see H.R. 3715) [25JN]

CHAMBERLAIN, JOSHUA LAWRENCE
  Bills and resolutions
    General Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain Post Office, Brewer, ME: 
        designate (see H.R. 4195) [26SE]

CHAMBLISS, SAXBY (a Representative from Georgia)
  Appointments
    Attendance of Funeral of Bill Emerson [26JN]
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    William Augustus Bootle Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, 
        Macon, GA: designate (see H.R. 4119) [19SE]

CHAPMAN, JIM (a Representative from Texas)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3666, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and 
        sundry independent agencies appropriations [11SE]
    ------H.R. 3675, Dept. of Transportation and related agencies 
        appropriations [5SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Dept. of Defense: withdrawal of forces stationed in foreign 
        countries that do not assume costs and application of savings 
        to the Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Fund (see H.R. 2936) 
        [1FE]

CHARITIES
related term(s) Nonprofit Organizations; Tax-Exempt Organizations
  Bills and resolutions
    Corporations: improve disclosure of charitable contributions (see 
        H.R. 3272) [18AP]
    ------require shareholders views relative to charitable 
        contributions (see H.R. 3273) [18AP]
    Serbia: condemn restrictions on freedom of the press and the 
        democratic and humanitarian activities of the Soros Foundation 
        (see H. Res. 378) [12MR]
    Taxation: treatment of charitable contributions (see H.R. 4238) 
        [27SE]
    ------treatment of educational grants by private foundations (see 
        H.R. 3737) [27JN]
  Reports filed
    Encourage the Donation of Food and Grocery Products to Needy 
        Individuals: Committee on Economic and Educational 
        Opportunities (House) (H.R. 2428) (H. Rept. 104-661) [9JY]

CHELAN COUNTY, WA
  Bills and resolutions
    Wenatchee National Forest: land exchange with Chelan County, WA 
        (see H.R. 3581) [5JN]
  Reports filed
    Wenatchee National Forest Land Exchange With Chelan County, WA: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2518, 3581) (H. Rept. 
        104-764) [4SE]

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CHEMICAL WEAPONS
related term(s) Weapons
  Bills and resolutions
    China, People's Republic of: U.S. policy (see H. Res. 461) [25JN]
    ------U.S. policy (H. Res. 461), consideration (see H. Res. 463) 
        [25JN]
    Dept. of Defense: alternatives to demilitarization of munitions 
        under the baseline incinerator program (see H.R. 3767) [10JY]
    Iraq: anniversary of gas bomb attack against Kurds (see H. Res. 
        379) [12MR]
    Persian Gulf Conflict: establish a commission to investigate 
        exposure to chemical and biological warfare agents (see H.R. 
        4131) [23SE]
    Weapons: detection and interception of weapons of mass destruction 
        delivered by unconventional means (see H.R. 3729) [26JN]
    ------proliferation and use of weapons of mass destruction (see 
        H.R. 3730) [27JN]
  Messages
    National Emergency Relative to Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical 
        Weapons: President Clinton [14MY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H. Res. 461, U.S. Policy Towards the People's 
        Republic of China: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 463) 
        (H. Rept. 104-636) [25JN]

CHEMICALS
  Bills and resolutions
    Chemical weapons: alternatives to demilitarization of munitions 
        under the baseline incinerator program (see H.R. 3767) [10JY]
    Diseases: establish estrogenic substance screening programs (see 
        H.R. 3293) [23AP]
    Drugs: control access to chemicals used in manufacturing 
        methamphetamine (see H.R. 3067) [12MR]
    ------prevent manufacturing and use of methamphetamine (see H.R. 
        3852, 3908) [18JY] [26JY]
    EPA: revise water quality criteria for ammonia (see H.R. 4107) 
        [18SE]
    Government regulations: regulatory requirements relative to child 
        safety (see H.R. 4234) [27SE]
    Hazardous substances: clarify listing of unique chemical 
        substances (see H.R. 3849) [18JY]
    Pesticides: reform antimicrobial pesticide registration (see H.R. 
        3338) [25AP]
    Tariff: chemicals (see H.R. 4184) [25SE]
    ------DEMT (see H.R. 4057) [11SE]
    ------HIV protease inhibitor chemicals (see H.R. 3977) [2AU]
    ------para ethyl phenol (see H.R. 3728) [26JN]
    ------2,2-dichlorophenylacetic acid ethyl ester (DCPAE) (see H.R. 
        3025) [6MR]
    Taxation: suspension of tax on ozone-depleting chemicals used as 
        propellants in metered-dose inhalers (see H.R. 3416) [8MY]
    Veterans: presumption of service connection for certain diseases 
        and disabilities relative to exposure to carbon tetrachloride 
        (see H.R. 2891) [25JA]

CHENOWETH, HELEN (a Representative from Idaho)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Endangered species: protect private property rights relative to 
        economic losses from critical habitat designations (see H.R. 
        3862) [22JY]
    Monuments and memorials: prohibit extension or establishment of 
        any national monument in Idaho without public participation 
        and an express act of Congress (see H.R. 4120) [19SE]
    ------require an act of Congress to extend or establish any 
        national monuments (see H.R. 4147) [24SE]

CHICAGO, IL
  Bills and resolutions
    Calumet Ecological Park: feasibility study (see H.R. 3412) [8MY]
    Roger P. McAuliffe Post Office: designate (see H.R. 3834) [17JY]

CHICKALOON-MOOSE CREEK NATIVE ASSOCIATION, INC.
  Reports filed
    Conveyance of Certain Lands Under the Alaska Native Claims 
        Settlement Act: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2560) (H. 
        Rept. 104-643) [27JN]

CHILD PILOT SAFETY ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (see H.R. 3267) [18AP]
  Reports filed
    Provisions: Committee on Transportation (House) (H.R. 3267) (H. 
        Rept. 104-683) [17JY]

CHILDREN AND YOUTH
  Bills and resolutions
    Alcoholic beverages: establish advertising requirements (see H.R. 
        3473) [16MY]
    ------require Dept. of HHS reports on alcohol advertising 
        practices (see H.R. 3475) [16MY]
    ------require health warnings on advertisements (see H.R. 3474) 
        [16MY]
    Aviation: prohibit certain individuals from piloting aircraft 
        relative to aeronautical records, competitions, or feats (see 
        H.R. 3267) [18AP]
    Business and industry: provide leave for employees relative to 
        adopted or foster children (see H.R. 3681) [19JN]
    ------provide unemployment insurance and leave time to battered 
        women (see H.R. 3837) [17JY]
    Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of Grounds for 
        Congressional Family Picnic (see H. Con. Res. 198) [11JY]
    ------authorizing use of Grounds for Greater Washington Soap Box 
        Derby (see H. Con. Res. 153) [22MR]
    Chemicals: regulatory requirements relative to child safety (see 
        H.R. 4234) [27SE]
    Child retirement accounts: establish (see H.R. 4253) [27SE]
    Citizenship: status of children born in U.S. to parents who are 
        not citizens or permanent resident aliens (see H.J. Res. 190) 
        [5SE]
    Colleges and universities: protect speech and association rights 
        of students (see H.R. 4207) [26SE]
    ------provide incentives to develop alcohol abuse prevention 
        programs (see H.R. 3476) [16MY]
    Computers: provide parental control of child access to online 
        services (see H.R. 3089) [14MR]
    ------restrict transmission of obscene or indecent material to 
        minors by computer (see H.R. 3606) [10JN]
    Consumers: labeling system for apparel and sporting goods made 
        without child labor (see H.R. 4125) [19SE]
    Courts: require initial intake screenings and the use of youth 
        development specialists in Federal juvenile proceedings (see 
        H.R. 4055) [11SE]
    Crime: identify violent and hard-core juvenile offenders and treat 
        them as adults (see H.R. 3494) [20MY]
    ------increase penalties relative to crimes against senior 
        citizens and children (see H.R. 2974) [27FE]
    ------increase penalties relative to crimes against senior 
        citizens and children (H.R. 2974), consideration (see H. Res. 
        421) [2MY]
    ------nationwide tracking of convicted sexual predators (see H.R. 
        3456) [14MY]
    ------penalties for certain sex offenses against children (see 
        H.R. 3180) [28MR]
    ------penalties relative to endangerment of children in hostage 
        situations (see H.R. 4121) [19SE]
    ------prohibit certain false statements, soliciting, or receipt of 
        compensation relative to adoptions (see H.R. 3983) [2AU]
    ------prosecution of violent, repeat, juvenile offenders (see H.R. 
        3565, 3698) [4JN] [20JN]
    ------reform juvenile justice system, and promote youth 
        development and crime prevention programs (see H.R. 3445) 
        [10MY]
    ------sexual exploitation of children (see H.R. 4097) [17SE]
    ------use of certain grant funds to provide parental education 
        (see H.R. 3833) [17JY]
    Dept. of Defense: technical corrections relative to certain 
        educational assistance authority (see H.R. 4282) [28SE]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: improve benefits for veterans exposed 
        to ionizing radiation (see H.R. 4173) [25SE]
    Diseases: pediatric and adolescent AIDS (see H. Con. Res. 184) 
        [12JN]
    Education: authorize awarding of Presidential Honors Scholarships 
        to certain graduating secondary school students (see H.R. 
        4259) [27SE]
    ------deny funds to education programs that allow corporal 
        punishment (see H.R. 2918) [31JA]
    ------develop elementary and secondary school curriculum standards 
        (see H.R. 3257) [16AP]
    ------development of curriculum designed to educate students about 
        the Irish famine (see H. Con. Res. 226) [27SE]
    ------establish Role Models Academy for at-risk youths (see H.R. 
        4161) [24SE]
    ------Impact Aid Program reform (see H.R. 2886) [25JA]
    ------parental access to children's curriculum and records (see 
        H.R. 3324, 3947) [25AP] [1AU]
    ------participation of local agencies in certain programs 
        independent of State involvement (see H.R. 3313) [24AP]
    ------promote science and technology (see H.R. 3709) [25JN]
    ------provide financial aid grants for certain colleges and 
        technical schools (see H.R. 3919) [30JY]
    ------restore equal educational opportunity (see H.R. 4304) [28SE]
    ------State funding for drug and violence prevention programs (see 
        H.R. 4016) [2AU]
    ------tuition prepayment plans that guarantee a college education 
        at a fixed price (see H. Res. 506) [1AU]
    Families and domestic relations: child support enforcement (see 
        H.R. 3362, 3453, 3465, 3529, 4341) [30AP] [14MY] [15MY] [23MY] 
        [3OC]
    ------consolidate and expand Federal child care programs (see H.R. 
        3860) [18JY]
    ------enhance work opportunities for families, reduce teenage 
        pregnancies, reduce welfare dependence, and control welfare 
        spending (see H.R. 3266) [17AP]
    ------payment of settlements to individuals relative to child 
        support and alimony obligations (see H.R. 3895) [25JY]
    ------promote adoption of minority children (see H.R. 3286) [23AP]
    ------promote adoption of minority children (H.R. 3286), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 428) [7MY]
    ------reduction of teenage pregnancy rates through evaluation of 
        prevention programs (see H.R. 3940) [1AU]
    Family and Medical Leave Act: employer requirements (see H.R. 
        3296) [23AP]
    ------expand coverage and allow leave for parental involvement in 
        educational and extracurricular activities (see H.R. 3704) 
        [24JN]
    Federal aid programs: extend and improve programs for runaway and 
        homeless youth (see H.R. 3806) [12JY]
    ------improve program of block grants to States for temporary 
        assistance to needy families (see H.R. 4324) [28SE]
    Federal employees: treatment of survivor annuities for children 
        relative to marriage (see H.R. 2858) [5JA]
    Firearms: prohibit possession for persons convicted of a crime 
        involving domestic violence (see H.R. 3455) [14MY]
    Foreign aid: deny to countries refusing to enforce labor laws (see 
        H.R. 3294) [23AP]
    Foreign trade: impose certain sanctions on countries that use 
        child labor (see H.R. 3812, 4037) [12JY] [5SE]
    ------prevent use of child labor for soccer ball manufacturing 
        (see H.R. 4307) [28SE]
    Goals 2000--Educate America Act: repeal (see H.R. 4105) [18SE]
    Health: improve and expand programs relative to pregnancy (see 
        H.R. 4217) [26SE]
    ------require health plans to provide coverage for a minimum 
        hospital stay for mothers and newborn infants following birth 
        (see H.R. 3101, 3226, 3425, 3436) [14MR] [29MR] [9MY] [10MY]
    ------require health plans to provide coverage of children (see 
        H.R. 4110, 4300) [18SE] [28SE]
    House of Representatives: proclaim as greatest U.S. asset (see H. 
        Res. 434) [14MY]
    Immigration: access of illegal immigrants to public education (see 
        H.R. 4134) [24SE]
    ------access of illegal immigrants to public education (H.R. 
        4134), consideration (see H. Res. 530) [24SE]
    Information services: prohibit sale of personal information 
        without parental consent (see H.R. 3508) [22MY]

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    Insurance: prevent discrimination against victims of domestic 
        violence (see H.R. 3590) [5JN]
    Job Corps: ensure a drug-free, safe, and cost effective program 
        (see H.R. 3169) [27MR]
    Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act: authorizing 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3876) [23JY]
    Law enforcement officers: establish a national resource center and 
        clearinghouse relative to missing or exploited children (see 
        H.R. 3238) [15AP]
    ------provide educational assistance to dependents of Federal 
        officials killed or disabled in the line of duty (see H.R. 
        4111) [18SE]
    LSC: eligibility for assistance for victims of domestic violence 
        (see H.R. 3733) [27JN]
    Medicare/Medicaid: provide orientation and medical profiles for 
        enrollees and require health plans to assure child 
        immunizations (see H.R. 4160) [24SE]
    Motor vehicles: improve public education on proper use of child 
        safety restraint systems (see H.R. 4262) [27SE]
    Native Americans: exempt certain adoption and child custody 
        proceedings from coverage under the Indian Child Welfare Act 
        (see H.R. 3275) [18AP]
    ------exempt voluntary child custody proceedings from coverage 
        (see H.R. 3156) [22MR]
    ------regulations relative to certain adoption and child custody 
        proceedings (see H.R. 3828) [16JY]
    NetDay96: tribute (see H. Res. 521) [12SE]
    New Borns' and Mothers' Health Protection Act: implementation (see 
        H.R. 4135) [24SE]
    Pennsylvania: modification of State agreement under Social 
        Security relative to certain students (see H.R. 3450) [14MY]
    Pornography: amend laws relative to child pornography (see H.R. 
        4123, 4331) [19SE] [30SE]
    Postal Service: require envelopes and warning labels for mail 
        depicting violent or sexually-explicit acts (see H.R. 3097) 
        [14MR]
    Project for American Renewal: implement (see H.R. 3716) [25JN]
    Public welfare programs: funding for nutrition programs (see H.R. 
        4275) [28SE]
    ------reform relative to domestic violence (see H. Con. Res. 195) 
        [27JN]
    ------treatment of legal immigrants (see H.R. 4122) [19SE]
    Schools: maximize use of available technology (see H.R. 4180) 
        [25SE]
    Social Security: determination of average annual earnings relative 
        to child care or home health care (see H.R. 3357) [30AP]
    ------placement of children with adult relatives who meet State 
        child protection standards (see H.R. 3650) [13JN]
    Sports: convene national summit to promote good citizenship (see 
        H. Con. Res. 199) [24JY]
    States: eliminate noncompliance penalties relative to national 
        minimum drinking age (see H.R. 3548) [29MY]
    ------establish registration, tracking, and community notification 
        procedures relative to convicted sex offenders (see H. Con. 
        Res. 196) [10JY]
    ------improve adoption process (see H.R. 4255) [27SE]
    ------reimburse for costs of educating certain illegal alien 
        students (see H.R. 4062, 4303) [12SE] [28SE]
    Substance abuse: tribute to youth alternative programs created by 
        Rotarians Against Substance Abuse Foundation, Concord, CA, 
        First Presbyterian Church, and Contra Costa County, CA, 
        Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council (see H. Con. Res. 162) [16AP]
    Taxation: allow small businesses credit for family and medical 
        leave and for wages of employees who work at home to reduce 
        child care needs (see H.R. 3836) [17JY]
    ------child tax credits and deductions for taxpayers with whom a 
        parent or grandparent resides (see H.R. 3984) [2AU]
    ------dependent care tax credit (see H.R. 4154) [24SE]
    ------treatment of adoption expenses (see H.R. 3286) [23AP]
    ------treatment of adoption expenses (H.R. 3286), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 428) [7MY]
    ------treatment of families and children (see H.R. 3943) [1AU]
    ------treatment of tuition and related expenses relative to 
        nonpublic elementary and secondary education (see H.R. 4222) 
        [26SE]
    Television: broadcast of violent programming (see H. Res. 541) 
        [26SE]
    ------establish toll-free number for comments relative to the 
        broadcasting of violent programming (see H.R. 2964) [9FE]
    ------reservation of time for family-oriented programming (see H. 
        Res. 484) [18JY]
    Tobacco products: limit access to minors (see H.R. 3954, 4245) 
        [2AU] [27SE]
    ------restrict advertising and promotion (see H.R. 3821) [16JY]
    U.S. Sentencing Commission: require a study of sentencing for drug 
        offenses where domestic violence has occurred (see H.R. 4246) 
        [27SE]
  Messages
    Family Friendly Workplace Act: President Clinton [27SE]
    National Drug Control Strategy: President Clinton [29AP]
  Reports filed
    Adoption Promotion and Stability Act: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 104-542) [30AP]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 
        104-542) [6MY]
    Child Pilot Safety Act: Committee on Transportation (House) (H.R. 
        3267) (H. Rept. 104-683) [17JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 2974, Crimes Against Children and Elderly 
        Persons Increased Punishment Act: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 421) (H. Rept. 104-552) [2MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3286, Adoption Promotion and Stability Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 428) (H. Rept. 104-566) 
        [7MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 4134, Access of Illegal Immigrants to Public 
        Education: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 530) (H. Rept. 
        104-834) [24SE]
    Crimes Against Children and Elderly Persons Increased Punishment 
        Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2974) (H. Rept. 
        104-548) [1MY]
    Guidelines for School Lunch and Breakfast Programs: Committee on 
        Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 2066) (H. 
        Rept. 104-561) [7MY]
    Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act Appropriations: 
        Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) 
        (H.R. 3876) (H. Rept. 104-783) [12SE]
    Native American Adoption and Child Custody Proceedings 
        Regulations: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3828) (H. 
        Rept. 104-808) [19SE]
    Use of Capitol Grounds for Greater Washington Soap Box Derby: 
        Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H. 
        Con. Res. 153) (H. Rept. 104-589) [21MY]

CHINA, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF
  Bills and resolutions
    China, Republic of: democracy efforts (see H. Con. Res. 138, 140) 
        [31JA]
    ------membership in World Trade Organization relative to the 
        admission of the People's Republic of China (see H. Res. 490) 
        [26JY]
    ------tribute on the occasion of first Presidential election (see 
        H. Con. Res. 154) [26MR]
    ------U.S. policy on regional stability and defense (see H. Con. 
        Res. 148) [7MR]
    Foreign policy: endorse adoption of European Parliament resolution 
        supporting efforts by the Republic of China at joining the 
        community of nations (see H. Con. Res. 212) [11SE]
    ------oppose assistance by international financial institutions 
        (see H.R. 3577) [4JN]
    Foreign trade: increased tariffs relative to intellectual property 
        rights (see H.R. 3421) [8MY]
    ------membership in World Trade Organization relative to 
        protection of intellectual property rights (see H. Res. 429) 
        [9MY]
    ------most-favored-nation status (see H.J. Res. 181, 182) [12JN] 
        [13JN]
    ------most-favored-nation status (H.J. Res. 182), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 463) [25JN]
    ------most-favored-nation status relative to the admission of the 
        Republic of China to the World Trade Organization (see H.R. 
        3569) [4JN]
    ------prohibit importation of goods produced, manufactured, or 
        exported by the Army or any defense industrial trading company 
        (see H.R. 3684) [20JN]
    Tibet: human rights situation (see H. Res. 347) [25JA]
    U.S. policy (see H. Res. 461) [25JN]
    U.S. policy (H. Res. 461), consideration (see H. Res. 463) [25JN]
    World Trade Organization: U.S. policy relative to membership (see 
        H.R. 4065) [12SE]
  Messages
    CHINASAT Project Restrictions Waiver on Export of U.S.-Origin 
        Satellites to the People's Republic of China: President 
        Clinton [6FE]
    COSAT Project Restrictions Waiver on Export of U.S.-Origin 
        Satellites to the People's Republic of China: President 
        Clinton [6FE]
    Globalstar Satellite Project Restrictions Waiver on Export of 
        U.S.-Origin Satellites to the People's Republic of China: 
        President Clinton [10JY]
    Issuance of Licenses for the Export of Defense Articles and U.S.-
        Origin Satellites to the People's Republic of China: President 
        Clinton [24JN]
    MABUHAY Project Restrictions Waiver on Export of U.S.-Origin 
        Satellites to the People's Republic of China: President 
        Clinton [6FE]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H. Res. 461, U.S. Policy Towards the People's 
        Republic of China: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 463) 
        (H. Rept. 104-636) [25JN]
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 182, Most-Favored-Nation Status for the 
        People's Republic of China: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 463) (H. Rept. 104-636) [25JN]
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for the People's Republic of China: 
        Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.J. Res. 182) (H. Rept. 
        104-634) [25JN]

CHINA, REPUBLIC OF
  Bills and resolutions
    China, People's Republic of: most-favored-nation status relative 
        to the admission of the Republic of China to the World Trade 
        Organization (see H.R. 3569) [4JN]
    ------U.S. policy (see H. Res. 461) [25JN]
    ------U.S. policy (H. Res. 461), consideration (see H. Res. 463) 
        [25JN]
    China, Republic of: tribute on the occasion of first Presidential 
        election (see H. Con. Res. 154) [26MR]
    Democracy: efforts (see H. Con. Res. 138, 140) [31JA]
    Elections: tribute on the occasion of first Presidential election 
        (see H. Con. Res. 154) [26MR]
    Foreign policy: endorse adoption of European Parliament resolution 
        supporting efforts by the Republic of China at joining the 
        community of nations (see H. Con. Res. 212) [11SE]
    ------U.S. policy on regional stability and defense (see H. Con. 
        Res. 148) [7MR]
    World Trade Organization: membership relative to the admission of 
        the People's Republic of China (see H. Res. 490) [26JY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H. Res. 461, U.S. Policy Towards the People's 
        Republic of China: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 463) 
        (H. Rept. 104-636) [25JN]

CHRISTENSEN, JON (a Representative from Nebraska)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Crime: increase penalties for armed violent criminals (see H.R. 
        3085) [14MR]
    ------treatment of Federal prisoners (see H.R. 3206) [29MR]
    Members of Congress: eliminate automatic salary adjustments (see 
        H.R. 3956) [2AU]
    Roman L. Hruska U.S. Courthouse, Omaha, NE: designate (see H.R. 
        3400) [7MY]

CHRYSLER, DICK (a Representative from Michigan)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Capitol Building and Grounds: use of Grounds for Specialty 
        Equipment Market Association events (see H. Con. Res. 150) 
        [7MR]

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    Crime: increase penalties relative to crimes against senior 
        citizens and children (see H.R. 2974) [27FE]
    Foreign trade: substitute the term ``standard trade relations'' in 
        lieu of ``nondiscriminatory treatment'' and ``most-favored-
        nation treatment'' (see H.R. 3622) [12JN]

CHURCHES AND SYNAGOGUES
related term(s) Religion
  Bills and resolutions
    Crime: clarify Federal jurisdiction over offenses relative to 
        religious property damage (see H.R. 3525) [23MY]
    ------condemn acts of arson against churches and enhance law 
        enforcement and prosecution of arsonists (see H. Con. Res. 
        183, 186, 187) [11JN] [13JN]
    Freedom of religion: constitutional amendment on protection (see 
        H.J. Res. 184) [16JY]
    Insurance: prohibit insurers from canceling or refusing to renew 
        fire insurance policies (see H.R. 3830) [17JY]
    Selma, AL: recognition of Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal 
        Church as symbol of the struggle for and achievement of 
        African-American voting rights (see H. Res. 487) [22JY]
    Substance abuse: tribute to youth alternative programs created by 
        Rotarians Against Substance Abuse Foundation, Concord, CA, 
        First Presbyterian Church, and Contra Costa County, CA, 
        Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council (see H. Con. Res. 162) [16AP]
    Taxation: clarify restrictions on the lobbying and campaign 
        activities of churches (see H.R. 2910) [31JA]
    Westchester County, NY: condemn anti-semitic vandalism (see H. 
        Con. Res. 231) [28SE]
  Reports filed
    Clarify Federal Jurisdiction Over Offenses Relative to Religious 
        Property Damage: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 
        3525) (H. Rept. 104-621) [17JN]

CIGARETTES
see Tobacco Products

CINCINNATI, OH
  Bills and resolutions
    National Park Service: coordinate programs and enter into 
        cooperative agreements with the National Underground Railroad 
        Freedom Center (see H.R. 4073) [12SE]

CITIES
see Urban Areas

CITIZENSHIP
  Bills and resolutions
    American Samoa: require U.S. nationals accepted in ROTC programs 
        to apply for citizenship (see H.R. 3327) [25AP]
    Business and industry: reduce Federal subsidies and strengthen tax 
        treatment of individuals who renounce their citizenship (see 
        H.R. 4122) [19SE]
    Capitol Building and Grounds: recognize contributions of all 
        American citizens in the National Statuary Hall (see H. Con. 
        Res. 158) [29MR]
    Children and youth: status of children born in U.S. to parents who 
        are not citizens or permanent resident aliens (see H.J. Res. 
        190) [5SE]
    INS: promote the naturalization of eligible individuals (see H.R. 
        3323) [25AP]
    ------standards for naturalization (see H.R. 4056, 4143) [11SE] 
        [24SE]
    Mother Teresa: confer honorary U.S. citizenship (see H.J. Res. 
        191) [10SE]
  Reports filed
    Confer Honorary U.S. Citizenship on Mother Teresa: Committee on 
        the Judiciary (House) (H.J. Res. 191) (H. Rept. 104-796) 
        [17SE]

CIVIL LIBERTIES
related term(s) Civil Rights; Human Rights
  Bills and resolutions
    Armed Forces: policy regarding military service by homosexuals 
        (see H.R. 3925) [31JY]
    Belarus: independence anniversary (see H. Con. Res. 163) [17AP]
    Burma: U.S. policy (see H. Con. Res. 188) [13JN]
    China, People's Republic of: most-favored-nation status (see H.J. 
        Res. 181, 182) [12JN] [13JN]
    ------most-favored-nation status (H.J. Res. 182), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 463) [25JN]
    ------most-favored-nation status relative to the admission of the 
        Republic of China to the World Trade Organization (see H.R. 
        3569) [4JN]
    ------U.S. policy (see H. Res. 461) [25JN]
    ------U.S. policy (H. Res. 461), consideration (see H. Res. 463) 
        [25JN]
    Civil rights: prevent law enforcement agencies from detaining 
        individuals on highways solely because of race or color (see 
        H.R. 4092) [17SE]
    ------prohibit discrimination in the payment of wages based on 
        sex, race, or national origin (see H.R. 3784) [11JY]
    ------use of involuntary arbitration relative to discrimination in 
        the payment of wages based on sex, race, age, religion, 
        disability, or national origin (see H.R. 3748) [27JN]
    Clothing industry: legal accountability for sweatshop conditions 
        (see H.R. 4166) [25SE]
    Colleges and universities: protect speech and association rights 
        of students (see H.R. 4207) [26SE]
    Computers: provide parental control of child access to online 
        services (see H.R. 3089) [14MR]
    ------use, sale, and export of encryption products for privacy and 
        security (see H.R. 3011) [5MR]
    Consumers: labeling system for apparel and sporting goods made 
        without child labor (see H.R. 4125) [19SE]
    Courts: protect private property from forfeiture or Government 
        seizure (see H.R. 3194) [28MR]
    ------withhold Federal collateral remedies in State cases unless 
        inadequate State habeus corpus procedures are shown to exist 
        (see H.R. 2955) [1FE]
    Crime: interjurisdictional enforcement of protection orders and 
        redefinition of victims relative to stalking (see H.R. 2954, 
        2980) [1FE] [28FE]
    Executive Office of the President: civil remedies for the request 
        or receipt of protected records for nonroutine use (see H.R. 
        3687) [20JN]
    ------ensure privacy and security of FBI background reports (see 
        H.R. 3785) [11JY]
    Flag--U.S.: constitutional amendment to prohibit desecration (see 
        H.J. Res. 177) [30AP]
    ------copyright and impose criminal penalties for desecration (see 
        H.R. 3883) [23JY]
    Freedom of religion: constitutional amendment on protection (see 
        H.J. Res. 161, 184) [28FE] [16JY]
    ------enforce constitutional rights (see H.R. 4129, 4130) [20SE]
    Health: limitations on disclosure and use of genetic information 
        (see H.R. 3477, 3482) [16MY]
    ------protection of patients' rights relative to medical care (see 
        H. Con. Res. 214) [12SE]
    ------provide information and protect patients' rights relative to 
        medical care (see H.R. 4315) [28SE]
    Human rights: remedies for claims involving human experimentation 
        and constitutional and human rights violations (see H.R. 3946) 
        [1AU]
    Insurance: prohibit use of genetic information in determining 
        coverage or premiums (see H.R. 4008) [2AU]
    Real estate: preserve Federal sovereignty of certain public lands 
        and preserve certain State and private property rights (see 
        H.R. 3752) [27JN]
    Religion: accommodations in the workplace (see H.R. 4117) [19SE]
    ------protect sanctity of religious communications (see H.R. 3571) 
        [4JN]
    Serbia: condemn restrictions on freedom of the press and the 
        democratic and humanitarian activities of the Soros Foundation 
        (see H. Res. 378) [12MR]
    Social Security: prohibit certain misuses of account numbers (see 
        H.R. 3598) [6JN]
    Telecommunications: protection of consumer privacy relative to new 
        communications technologies (see H.R. 3685) [20JN]
    Vietnam: release of Buddhist monks and civilians and Roman 
        Catholic monks and priests (see H. Con. Res. 179) [16MY]
    Voting: secure rights of former felons who have been released from 
        incarceration (see H.R. 3028) [6MR]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H. Res. 461, U.S. Policy Towards the People's 
        Republic of China: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 463) 
        (H. Rept. 104-636) [25JN]
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 182, Most-Favored-Nation Status for the 
        People's Republic of China: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 463) (H. Rept. 104-636) [25JN]
    Interstate Stalking Punishment and Prevention Act: Committee on 
        the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2980) (H. Rept. 104-557) [6MY]
    Investigation Into the White House and Dept. of Justice on 
        Security of FBI Background Investigation Files (H. Rept. 104-
        862) [28SE]
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for the People's Republic of China: 
        Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.J. Res. 182) (H. Rept. 
        104-634) [25JN]
    Preserve Federal Sovereignty of Certain Public Lands and Preserve 
        Certain State and Private Property Rights: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3752) (H. Rept. 104-835) [24SE]

CIVIL RIGHTS
  Appointments
    Commission on Civil Rights [9FE]
  Bills and resolutions
    African Americans: recognize end of slavery and true day of 
        independence (see H.J. Res. 195) [17SE]
    Armed Forces: discharge of military personnel relative to positive 
        HIV test (see H.R. 2959, 3926, 4344) [1FE] [31JY] [4OC]
    Business and industry: prohibit employment discrimination relative 
        to participation in labor organization activities (see H.R. 
        3763) [9JY]
    Children and youth: deny foreign aid to countries refusing to 
        enforce labor laws (see H.R. 3294) [23AP]
    ------prohibit sale of personal information without parental 
        consent (see H.R. 3508) [22MY]
    Commission on Civil Rights: reauthorize (see H.R. 3874) [23JY]
    ------subpoena power (see H.R. 3009) [5MR]
    Construction industries: prohibit discrimination relative to 
        surety bonding requirements (see H.R. 3702) [24JN]
    Crime: constitutional amendment on protection of victims' rights 
        (see H.J. Res. 173, 174) [22AP]
    ------establish programs to investigate, report, and prevent bias 
        crimes (see H.R. 3825) [16JY]
    Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act: 
        reauthorize (see H.R. 3867) [23JY]
    Education: restore equal educational opportunity (see H.R. 4304) 
        [28SE]
    Employment: prohibit discrimination in the payment of wages based 
        on sex, race, or national origin (see H.R. 3784) [11JY]
    ------use of involuntary arbitration relative to discrimination in 
        the payment of wages based on sex, race, age, religion, 
        disability, or national origin (see H.R. 3748) [27JN]
    Fair Housing Act: amend (see H.R. 4019) [4SE]
    Families and domestic relations: promote adoption of minority 
        children (H.R. 3286), consideration (see H. Res. 428) [7MY]
    Government: assure operations are free of racial, sexual, and 
        ethnic discrimination (see H.R. 3190) [28MR]
    Information services: provide safeguards for confidentiality of 
        statistical information (see H.R. 3924) [31JY]
    Insurance: prevent discrimination against victims of domestic 
        violence (see H.R. 3590) [5JN]
    ------protect personal privacy rights of customers and claimants 
        (see H.R. 3930) [31JY]
    International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: arrest and prosecution 
        of individuals involved with genocide (see H. Res. 491, 494) 
        [26JY] [30JY]
    Law enforcement: prevent detaining of individuals on highways 
        solely because of race or color (see H.R. 4092) [17SE]
    Paperwork Reduction Act: use of term ``multiracial or 
        multiethnic'' on classification lists (see H.R. 3920) [30JY]
    Ralph David Abernathy Memorial Foundation: extend authority to 
        establish memorial (see H.J. Res. 183) [11JY]
    Religion: persecution of Christians (see H. Res. 515) [2AU]
    Selma, AL: recognition of Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal 
        Church as symbol of the strug

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        gle for and achievement of African-American voting rights (see 
        H. Res. 487) [22JY]
  Reports filed
    Adoption Promotion and Stability Act: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 104-542) [30AP]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 
        104-542) [6MY]
    Commission on Civil Rights Reauthorization: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3874) (H. Rept. 104-846) [26SE]
    Consideration of H.R. 3286, Adoption Promotion and Stability Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 428) (H. Rept. 104-566) 
        [7MY]
    Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act 
        Reauthorization: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3867) (H. 
        Rept. 104-719) [30JY]
    Voting Rights March Route From Selma, AL, to Montgomery, AL, 
        National Historic Trail: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 
        1129) (H. Rept. 104-567) [8MY]

CIVIL RIGHTS ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Civil liberties: religious accommodations in the workplace (see 
        H.R. 4117) [19SE]

CIVIL SERVICE
see Federal Employees

CIVIL WARS
  Bills and resolutions
    Committee on International Relations (House): funding for 
        investigation of U.S. role in Iranian arms transfer to Croatia 
        and Bosnia (see H. Res. 417) [29AP]
    ------investigate the U.S. role in Iranian arms transfer to 
        Croatia and Bosnia (see H. Res. 416) [29AP]
    International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: arrest and prosecution 
        of individuals involved with genocide (see H. Res. 491, 494) 
        [26JY] [30JY]
    Liberia: impose sanctions on governments who violate the arms 
        embargo or aid in the civil war, and bring war criminals to 
        justice (see H.R. 4001) [2AU]
    Taxation: treatment of Armed Forces members performing services in 
        Bosnia and Herzegovina (see H.R. 2879) [25JA]
  Reports filed
    Committee on International Relations (House) Funding for 
        Investigation of U.S. Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia 
        and Bosnia: Committee on House Oversight (House) (H. Res. 417) 
        (H. Rept. 104-559) [6MY]
    Committee on International Relations (House) Investigation of U.S. 
        Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia and Bosnia: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 416) (H. Rept. 104-551) [2MY]

CIVIL WAR--U.S.
related term(s) War
  Bills and resolutions
    Arlington National Cemetery: reburial of unknown Civil War 
        soldiers (see H.R. 3854, 3855) [18JY]
    U.S. Civil War Center, Baton Rouge, LA: designate (see H.J. Res. 
        179) [16MY]

CLAIMS
  Bills and resolutions
    Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act: conveyance of certain lands 
        to village corporations within the Cook Inlet Region (see H.R. 
        3061) [12MR]
    Financial institutions: treatment of certain claims against 
        depository institutions under receivership by Federal banking 
        agencies (see H.R. 3892) [24JY]
    Human rights: remedies for claims involving human experimentation 
        and constitutional and human rights violations (see H.R. 3946) 
        [1AU]
    Sioux Indian Nation: make available certain awarded funds to the 
        Santee Sioux Tribe of Nebraska (see H.R. 3595) [6JN]
    Swain County, NC: settlement of claims against the Federal 
        Government (see H.R. 4112) [18SE]
    Veterans' Claims Adjudication Commission: extend time for 
        submission of final report (see H.R. 3495) [21MY]
  Reports filed
    Conveyance of Certain Lands Under the Alaska Native Claims 
        Settlement Act: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2560) (H. 
        Rept. 104-643) [27JN]
    Restitution to Guam for Atrocities Committed During Japanese 
        Occupation in World War II: Committee on Resources (House) 
        (H.R. 2041) (H. Rept. 104-867) [21OC]

CLARK COUNTY, NV
  Reports filed
    Relief of Persons Who Purchased Clark County, NV, Land Relative to 
        Certain Private Land Surveys: Committee on Resources (House) 
        (H.R. 2135) (H. Rept. 104-755) [4SE]

CLAY, WILLIAM (BILL) (a Representative from Missouri)
  Appointments
    Attendance of Funeral of Bill Emerson [26JN]
    Conferee: H.R. 3103, Health Coverage Availability and 
        Affordability Act [11JN]
    ------H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------H.R. 3448, Small Business Job Protection Act [26JY]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Clothing industry: legal accountability for sweatshop conditions 
        (see H.R. 4166) [25SE]
    Emerson, Bill: tribute (see H. Res. 459) [25JN]
    Sammy L. Davis Federal Building, Overland, MO: designate (see H.R. 
        3186) [28MR]
  Motions offered by
    Government: provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (H.R. 3448) 
        [26JY]

CLAYTON, EVA M. (a Representative from North Carolina)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Crime: condemn acts of arson against churches and enhance law 
        enforcement and prosecution of arsonists (see H. Con. Res. 
        183) [11JN]
    Hurricanes: disaster assistance for States impacted by Hurricane 
        Fran (see H.R. 4046) [11SE]

CLEAN AIR ACT
related term(s) Ecology and Environment
  Bills and resolutions
    Air pollution: application of State regulations relative to 
        reformulated gasoline in certain areas (see H.R. 3518) [23MY]
    ------regulations relative to beverage alcohol compounds emitted 
        from aging warehouses (see H.R. 3818) [16JY]
    ------regulatory requirements relative to upwind nonattainment 
        areas (see H.R. 4339) [3OC]
    Amend (see H.R. 3519) [23MY]
    Government regulations: provide regulatory relief and preserve 
        jobs (see H.R. 3446) [10MY]
    Hazardous substances: clarify listing of unique chemical 
        substances (see H.R. 3849) [18JY]
    Roads and highways: exempt traffic signal synchronization projects 
        from certain Clean Air Act provisions (see H.R. 2988) [28FE]
  Reports filed
    Traffic Signal Synchronization Projects Exemption From Certain 
        Clean Air Act Provisions: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        2988) (H. Rept. 104-807) [18SE]

CLEMENT, BOB (a Representative from Tennessee)
  Appointments
    Conferee: S. 1004, Coast Guard appropriations [29FE]

CLERGY
see Churches and Synagogues; Religion

CLEVELAND, OH
  Bills and resolutions
    Carl B. Stokes U.S. Courthouse: designate (see H.R. 4133) [24SE]

CLIMATE
see Weather

CLINGER, WILLIAM F., JR. (a Representative from Pennsylvania)
  Appointments
    British-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [29MR]
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------H.R. 3539, FAA programs reauthorization [24SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Clarion River: designate certain segments as components of Wild 
        and Scenic Rivers System (see H.R. 3568) [4JN]
    Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House): provide 
        authority to obtain testimony to investigate the dismissal of 
        White House Travel Office personnel (see H. Res. 369) [29FE]
    Lobbyists: prohibit use of funds by Federal agencies to lobby for 
        or against any legislative proposal (see H.R. 3078) [13MR]
    Oil Region National Heritage Area: establish (see H.R. 3596) [6JN]
    Pennsylvania: modification of State agreement under Social 
        Security relative to certain students (see H.R. 3450) [14MY]
    Pittsburgh (U.S.S.): tribute to crew (see H. Res. 534) [24SE]
    White House Travel Office: relief of individuals terminated from 
        employment (see H.R. 2937) [1FE]
  Conference reports
    Line Item Veto Act (S. 4) [21MR]
  Reports filed
    Applicability of Certain Laws Relative to the Executive Office of 
        the President: Committee on Government Reform and Oversight 
        (House) (H.R. 3452) (H. Rept. 104-820) [24SE]
    Blood Supply Protection From Infectious Diseases: Committee on 
        Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-746) 
        [2AU]
    Civil Service Law Amendments: Committee on Government Reform and 
        Oversight (House) (H.R. 3841) (H. Rept. 104-831) [24SE]
    Crude Oil Undervaluation--Ineffective Response of the Minerals 
        Management Service: Committee on Government Reform and 
        Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-858) [27SE]
    Disclosure of Information on Certain Individuals Relative to Nazi 
        War Crimes During World War II: Committee on Government Reform 
        and Oversight (House) (H.R. 1281) (H. Rept. 104-819) [24SE]
    Effectiveness of Financial Management and Audits of State and 
        Local Governments Receiving Federal Assistance: Committee on 
        Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 3184) (H. Rept. 
        104-607) [6JN]
    Federal Financial Management Laws: Committee on Government Reform 
        and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-745) [2AU]
    Federal Government Management--Examining Government Performance as 
        We Near the Next Century: Committee on Government Reform and 
        Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-861) [28SE]
    Fraud and Abuse in Medicare and Medicaid--Stronger Enforcement and 
        Better Management Could Save Billions: Committee on Government 
        Reform and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-641) [27JN]
    Health Care Anti-Fraud Protections: Committee on Government Reform 
        and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-747) [2AU]
    Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act: 
        Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 
        2202) (H. Rept. 104-469) [7MR]
    Investigation Into the White House and Dept. of Justice on 
        Security of FBI Background Investigation Files: Committee on 
        Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-862) 
        [28SE]
    Investigation of Federal Law Enforcement Agencies Relative to 
        Branch Davidians: Committee on Government Reform and Oversight 
        (House) (H. Rept. 104-749) [2AU]
    Line Item Veto Act: Committee of Conference (S. 4) (H. Rept. 104-
        491) [21MR]
    Permit District of Columbia City Council To Authorize the Issuance 
        of Revenue Bonds Relative to Water and Sewer Facilities: 
        Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 
        3663) (H. Rept. 104-635) [25JN]
    Public Access to Information in an Electronic Format: Committee on 
        Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 3802) (H. Rept. 
        104-795) [17SE]
    Reform and Oversight, National Drug Policy--Review of the Status 
        of the Drug War: Committee on Government Reform and Oversight 
        (House) (H. Rept. 104-486) [19MR]
    Sampling and Statistical Adjustment in the Decennial Census--
        Fundemental Flaws: Committee on Govern

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        ment Reform and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-821) [24SE]
    Strengthen Veterans' Preference and Increase Employment 
        Opportunities: Committee on Government Reform and Oversight 
        (House) (H.R. 3586) (H. Rept. 104-675) [12JY]
    Use of Federal Funding by Local Governments and Nonprofit 
        Organizations in Accordance With Approved Local Flexibility 
        Plans: Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) 
        (H.R. 2086) (H. Rept. 104-847) [26SE]
    White House Communications Agency Review: Committee on Government 
        Reform and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-748) [2AU]
    White House Travel Office Firings and Related Matters: Committee 
        on Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-849) 
        [26SE]
    White House Travel Office Proceedings Against John M. Quinn, David 
        Watkins, and Matthew Moore: Committee on Government Reform and 
        Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-598) [29MY]
    Year 2000 Computer Software Conversion--Summary of Oversight 
        Findings and Recommendations: Committee on Government Reform 
        and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-857) [27SE]

CLOTHING INDUSTRY
  Bills and resolutions
    Consumers: labeling system for apparel and sporting goods made 
        without child labor (see H.R. 4125) [19SE]
    Sweatshops: legal accountability for sweatshop conditions (see 
        H.R. 4166) [25SE]

CLYBURN, JAMES E. (a Representative from South Carolina)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Airlines and airports: provide protection for airline employees 
        who provide certain air safety information (see H.R. 3187) 
        [28MR]

COAST GUARD
related term(s) Department of Transportation
  Appointments
    Conferees: S. 1004, Coast Guard appropriations [29FE]
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: authorizing (S. 1004), corrections in enrollment 
        of conference report (see H. Con. Res. 229) [28SE]
    Divers: extend use for search and rescue efforts (see H.R. 4101) 
        [17SE]
    Presque Isle Light Station, MI: conveyance (see H.R. 3344) [25AP]
    Ships and vessels: cost estimate for the engineering, design and 
        retrofitting of the icebreaker Mackinaw (see H.R. 4081) [17SE]
    St. Helena Island Light station, MI: conveyance (see H.R. 3278) 
        [18AP]
    Waterways: ballast water management plans relative to prevention 
        of nonindigenous species introduction (see H.R. 3217, 4283) 
        [29MR] [28SE]
  Conference reports
    Coast Guard Appropriations (S. 1004) [27SE]
  Reports filed
    Coast Guard Appropriations: Committee of Conference (S. 1004) (H. 
        Rept. 104-854) [27SE]

COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT ACT
  Reports filed
    Reauthorization: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1965) (H. 
        Rept. 104-521) [16AP]

COASTAL ZONES
  Bills and resolutions
    Atlantic Striped Bass Conservation Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 
        4139) [24SE]
    Corps of Engineers: clarify responsibilities to promote and carry 
        out shore protection projects (see H.R. 3551) [29MY]
    TVA: prohibit imposition of performance deposits for residential 
        shoreline alterations (see H.R. 3853) [18JY]
    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: implement plan for responding to 
        red tide events involving Florida Manatees (see H.R. 4261) 
        [27SE]
    Waterways: ballast water management plans relative to prevention 
        of nonindigenous species introduction (see H.R. 3217, 4283) 
        [29MR] [28SE]
  Reports filed
    Coastal Zone Management Act Reauthorization: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 1965) (H. Rept. 104-521) [16AP]

COASTLINES
see Beaches

COBLE, HOWARD (a Representative from North Carolina)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------S. 1004, Coast Guard appropriations [29FE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    D&S International, Inc.: relief (see H.R. 3502) [21MY]

COBURN, TOM (a Representative from Oklahoma)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Diseases: efforts to prevent transmission of HIV (see H.R. 3937) 
        [1AU]
    Drugs: review use of radiopharmaceuticals (see H.R. 3065) [12MR]
    Medicare: assure access to services under the Medicare HMO Program 
        (see H.R. 3079) [13MR]

COE, EARNEST F.
  Bills and resolutions
    Everglades National Park: designate Earnest F. Coe Visitor Center 
        (see H.R. 4241) [27SE]

COINS
  Bills and resolutions
    Korean War: mint coins in commemoration of Puerto Ricans who 
        served in the 65th Infantry Regiment (see H.R. 3228) [29MR]
    Major League Baseball: mint coins in commemoration of anniversary 
        of league integration (see H.R. 4148) [24SE]
    Millennium Society: coordinate activities to commemorate the 
        second millennium and endow an international cross-cultural 
        scholarship fund (see H.R. 3631) [12JN]
    States: establish circulating commemorative coin program 
        commemorating each State (see H.R. 3793) [11JY]
    Wright, Orville and Wilbur: mint coins in commemoration of 
        centennial anniversary of first manned flight (see H.R. 4203) 
        [26SE]

COLEMAN, RONALD D. (a Representative from Texas)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3259, intelligence services appropriations [18SE]
    ------H.R. 3816, energy and water development appropriations [5SE]
  Motions offered by
    Dept. of Defense: making appropriations (H.R. 3610), conference 
        report [28SE]

COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
related term(s) Industrial Arbitration; Labor Unions
  Bills and resolutions
    Business and industry: prohibit employment discrimination relative 
        to participation in labor organization activities (see H.R. 
        3763) [9JY]
    Employment: permit additional remedies in certain unfair labor 
        practice cases (see H.R. 3764) [9JY]
    Labor unions: ensure that employees paying mandatory dues may 
        object to the use of their dues for noncollective-bargaining 
        activities (see H.R. 3580) [5JN]
    NLRB: resolution of unfair labor practice complaints in a timely 
        manner (see H.R. 4247) [27SE]

COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
related term(s) Education; Schools
  Appointments
    Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance [18JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Alcoholic beverages: provide incentives to develop alcohol abuse 
        prevention programs (see H.R. 3476) [16MY]
    Civil liberties: protect speech and association rights of students 
        (see H.R. 4207) [26SE]
    Crime: require opening of campus security crime logs at 
        institutions of higher education (see H. Res. 470) [27JN]
    Education: exempt certain lenders from audit requirements of 
        student loan programs (see H.R. 3002) [4MR]
    ------funding levels for federally assisted education programs 
        (see H. Con. Res. 144) [1FE]
    ------permit financial institutions under the Federal Family 
        Education Loan Program to pay origination fees of borrowers 
        (see H.R. 3863) [22JY]
    ------provide financial aid grants for certain colleges and 
        technical schools (see H.R. 3919) [30JY]
    ------restore equal educational opportunity (see H.R. 4304) [28SE]
    ------tuition prepayment plans that guarantee a college education 
        at a fixed price (see H. Res. 506) [1AU]
    George Washington University: anniversary (see H. Con. Res. 139) 
        [31JA]
    Graduate schools: participation by historically black graduate 
        professional schools in certain education grant programs (see 
        H.R. 3055) [7MR]
    Haskell Indian Nations University: enhance administrative 
        authority of president (see H.R. 4098) [17SE]
    Health: establish teaching hospital and graduate medical education 
        trust fund (see H.R. 4069) [12SE]
    National Science Scholars Program: reestablish (see H.R. 3648) 
        [13JN]
    Pennsylvania: modification of State agreement under Social 
        Security relative to certain students (see H.R. 3450) [14MY]
    Sports: prohibit agents from influencing college athletes (see 
        H.R. 3328) [25AP]
    Taxation: treatment of higher education expenses (see H.R. 3245, 
        4323) [15AP] [28SE]
    ------treatment of State tuition programs (see H.R. 3842) [17JY]
    ------use of individual retirement accounts for post-secondary 
        education or job retraining expenses (see H.R. 4334) [30SE]
    Veterans: allow enrollment at certain branches or extensions of 
        institutions of higher learning (see H.R. 2851) [5JA]
  Reports filed
    Opening of Campus Security Crime Logs at Institutions of Higher 
        Education: Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities 
        (House) (H. Res. 470) (H. Rept. 104-776) [5SE]
    Participation by Historically Black Graduate Professional Schools 
        in Certain Education Grant Programs: Committee on Economic and 
        Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3055) (H. Rept. 104-
        504) [28MR]
    Permit Financial Institutions Under the Federal Family Education 
        Loan Program To Pay Origination Fees of Borrowers: Committee 
        on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3863) 
        (H. Rept. 104-775) [5SE]
    Preservation and Restoration of Historic Buildings and Sites at 
        Historically Black Colleges and Universities Appropriations: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1179) (H. Rept. 104-758) 
        [4SE]

COLLINS, BARBARA-ROSE (a Representative from Michigan)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    African Americans: recognize end of slavery and true day of 
        independence (see H.J. Res. 195) [17SE]

COLLINS, CARDISS (a Representative from Illinois)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Ecology and environment: allow petition submittal for the 
        prevention of certain waste facilities construction in 
        environmentally disadvantaged communities (see H.R. 2845) 
        [4JA]
    Executive Office of the President: ensure privacy and security of 
        FBI background reports (see H.R. 3785) [11JY]
    Roads and highways: reuse or disposal of construction and 
        demolition debris (see H.R. 3522) [23MY]
    Robeson, Paul: issue commemorative postage stamp (see H. Res. 511) 
        [2AU]

COLOMBIA, REPUBLIC OF
  Bills and resolutions
    Tariff: fresh cut Colombian flowers (see H. Res. 452) [12JN]
  Messages
    National Emergency Relative to Narcotics Traffickers Centered in 
        Colombia: President Clinton [23AP]

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COLORADO
  Bills and resolutions
    Collbaran reclamation project: land conveyance (see H.R. 3366) 
        [30AP]
    Greeley, CO: exchange of certain lands with Water Supply and 
        Storage Co. (see H.R. 3541) [29MY]
    Gunnison National Monument: designate Black Canyon as national 
        park, recreation area, and conservation area (see H.R. 3365) 
        [30AP]
    Hinsdale, CO: land exchange (see H.R. 4213) [26SE]
    Rocky Mountain National Park: designate certain lands as 
        wilderness (see H.R. 3339) [25AP]
    San Isabel National Forest: extend protection of Spanish Peaks 
        planning area (see H.R. 3969) [2AU]
  Reports filed
    Gunnison County, CO, Land Conveyance: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 2438) (H. Rept. 104-766) [4SE]

COLUMBIA BROADCASTING SYSTEM (CBS)
  Bills and resolutions
    Television: reservation of time for family-oriented programming 
        (see H. Res. 484) [18JY]

COMBEST, LARRY (a Representative from Texas)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------H.R. 3259, intelligence services appropriations [18SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Consolidated Farm Service Agency: provide grace period for lending 
        to delinquent borrowers (see H.R. 3236) [15AP]
    Farmers: provide greater planting flexibility (see H.R. 3900) 
        [25JY]
    Intelligence services: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3259) 
        [17AP]
    ------reorganize and reform management of intelligence community 
        (see H.R. 3237) [15AP]
    Trucking industry: limit the applicability of hazardous material 
        transportation registration and fee requirements relative to 
        the transport of crude oil and condensate (see H.R. 3188) 
        [28MR]
  Conference reports
    Intelligence Services Appropriations (H.R. 3259) [24SE]
  Reports filed
    Intelligence Services Appropriations: Committee of Conference 
        (H.R. 3259) (H. Rept. 104-832) [24SE]

COMMISSION ON CIVIL RIGHTS
  Appointments
    Members [9FE]
  Bills and resolutions
    Courts: subpoena power (see H.R. 3009) [5MR]
    Reauthorization (see H.R. 3874) [23JY]
  Reports filed
    Commission on Civil Rights Reauthorization: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3874) (H. Rept. 104-846) [26SE]

COMMISSION ON RETIREMENT INCOME POLICY
  Bills and resolutions
    Establish (see H.R. 3077) [13MR]

COMMISSION ON THE ADVANCEMENT OF WOMEN IN THE SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING 
    WORK FORCES
  Bills and resolutions
    Establish (see H.R. 3726) [26JN]

COMMISSION ON THE FUTURE FOR AMERICA'S VETERANS
  Bills and resolutions
    Establish (see H.R. 4060) [11SE]

COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE (House)
  Bills and resolutions
    Funderburk, Representative: election (see H. Res. 509) [2AU]
  Reports filed
    Agricultural Market Transition Act (H.R. 2854) (H. Rept. 104-462) 
        [9FE]
    Conduct Census of Agriculture (H.R. 3665) (H. Rept. 104-653) 
        [27JN]
    Definition and Regulation of the Minor Use of Pesticides (H.R. 
        1627) (H. Rept. 104-669) [11JY]
    Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corp. Operation Improvements: 
        Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2130) (H. Rept. 104-
        446) [4JA]
    Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (H.R. 
        2202) (H. Rept. 104-469) [8MR] [21MR]
    J. Phil Campbell, Sr., Natural Resources Conservation Center, 
        Watkinsville, GA (H.R. 3387) (H. Rept. 104-645) [27JN]
    Mark Twain National Forest, MO, Boundary Adjustment (H.R. 3464) 
        (H. Rept. 104-654) [8JY]
    Release of Reversionary Interest in Certain Iosco, MI, Lands Held 
        by the Federal Government (H.R. 2670) (H. Rept. 104-644) 
        [27JN]

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS (House)
  Bills and resolutions
    Parker, Representative: election (see H. Res. 382) [14MR]
    Serrano, Representative: election (see H. Res. 383) [14MR]
  Reports filed
    Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations (H.R. 3603) (H. Rept. 104-613) [7JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3675, Dept. of Transportation and Related 
        Agencies Appropriations (H. Res. 460) (H. Rept. 104-633) 
        [25JN]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations for Military Construction, Family 
        Housing, and Base Realignment and Closure (H.R. 3517) (H. 
        Rept. 104-591) [23MY]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H.R. 3610) (H. Rept. 104-617) 
        [11JN]
    Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 
        3662) (H. Rept. 104-625) [18JN]
    Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office of the 
        President, and Independent Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 3756) 
        (H. Rept. 104-660) [8JY]
    Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 
        3675) (H. Rept. 104-631) [19JN]
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary 
        Appropriations (H.R. 3814) (H. Rept. 104-676) [16JY]
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and Related Agencies 
        Appropriations (H.R. 3755) (H. Rept. 104-659) [8JY]
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Independent 
        Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 3666) (H. Rept. 104-628) [18JN]
    District of Columbia Appropriations (H.R. 3845) (H. Rept. 104-689) 
        [18JY]
    Energy and Water Development Appropriations (H.R. 3816) (H. Rept. 
        104-679) [16JY]
    Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs 
        Appropriations (H.R. 3540) (H. Rept. 104-600) [29MY]
    Legislative Branch of the Appropriations (H.R. 3754) (H. Rept. 
        104-657) [8JY]
    Revised Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 1997 (H. 
        Rept. 104-672) [12JY]
    Revised Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 1997 (H. 
        Rept. 104-727) [31JY]
    Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 1997 (H. Rept. 104-
        594) [23MY]
    Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 1997 (H. Rept. 104-
        624) [17JN]

COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND FINANCIAL SERVICES (House)
  Bills and resolutions
    Committees of the House: minority party appointments (see H. Res. 
        367) [28FE]
    Jackson, Representative: election (see H. Res. 337) [5JA]
  Reports filed
    Financial Institutions Regulatory Process and Paperwork 
        Requirements Reform (H.R. 1858) (H. Rept. 104-103) [18JN]
    U.S. Housing Act (H.R. 2406) (H. Rept. 104-461) [1FE] [25AP]

COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE (House)
  Bills and resolutions
    Committees of the House: minority party appointments (see H. Res. 
        408) [22AP]
  Reports filed
    Animal Drug Availability Act (H.R. 2508) (H. Rept. 104-822) [24SE]
    Board of Tea Experts Abolishment (H.R. 2969) (H. Rept. 104-467) 
        [8MR]
    Dept. of Commerce Toll-Free Telephone Number for Consumer 
        Assistance (H.R. 447) (H. Rept. 104-753) [2AU]
    Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act 
        Reauthorization (H.R. 3867) (H. Rept. 104-719) [30JY]
    Distribution of EPA Funds to States for Cooperative Agreements 
        Relative to Underground Storage Tanks (H.R. 3391) (H. Rept. 
        104-822) [24SE]
    Energy Policy and Conservation Act Programs Extension (H.R. 3868) 
        (H. Rept. 104-712) [26JY], (H.R. 4083) (H. Rept. 104-814) 
        [20SE]
    Entitle Certain Armored Car Crew Members To Lawfully Carry a 
        Weapon (H.R. 3431) (H. Rept. 104-623) [17JN]
    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in Illinois: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2630) 
        (H. Rept. 104-508) [28MR]
    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in Kentucky (H.R. 2501) (H. Rept. 104-507) [28MR], 
        (H.R. 2869) (H. Rept. 104-512) [28MR]
    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in North Carolina (H.R. 2773) (H. Rept. 104-510) 
        [28MR]
    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in Ohio (H.R. 2816) (H. Rept. 104-511) [28MR]
    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in Pennsylvania (H.R. 2695) (H. Rept. 104-509) [28MR]
    Food Quality Protection Act (H.R. 1627) (H. Rept. 104-669) [23JY]
    Health Studies and Programs Relative to Traumatic Brain Injuries 
        (H.R. 248) (H. Rept. 104-652) [27JN]
    Journeymen Boxer Safety (H.R. 1186) (H. Rept. 104-833) [24SE]
    Land Disposal Program Flexibility Act (H.R. 2036) (H. Rept. 104-
        454) [30JA]
    Medicaid Osteopathic Services (H.R. 1791) (H. Rept. 104-826) 
        [24SE]
    Medicaid Preadmission Screening and Resident Review Requirements 
        for Certain Nursing Facilities (H.R. 3632) (H. Rept. 104-817) 
        [23SE]
    Medicaid Requirements and Qualifications Relative to County 
        Operated Health Insurance Programs (H.R. 3056) (H. Rept. 104-
        751) [2AU]
    Medicaid Waiver of Enrollment Composition Rule Relative to Certain 
        HMOs (H.R. 3871) (H. Rept. 104-752) [2AU]
    Medicare Enrollment Applicability Requirement for HMOs Relative to 
        Watts Health Foundation (H.R. 2923) (H. Rept. 104-844) [25SE]
    Medicare Enrollment Composition Rules for Wellness Plan (H.R. 
        4012) (H. Rept. 104-845) [25SE]
    Mercury-Containing and Rechargeable Battery Management Act (H.R. 
        2024) (H. Rept. 104-530) [23AP]
    National Policy To Provide Health Care and Reform Insurance 
        Procedures (H.R. 3070) (H. Rept. 104-497) [25MR]
    Nursing Homes' Nurses Aide Training and Competency Evaluation 
        Programs (H.R. 3633) (H. Rept. 104-818) [23SE]
    Propane Gas Industry Safety, Training, Research, and Development 
        (H.R. 1514) (H. Rept. 104-655) [8JY]
    Regulation and Management of Financial Markets (H.R. 3005) (H. 
        Rept. 104-622) [17JN]
    SEC Appropriations and Reduction of Fees (H.R. 2972) (H. Rept. 
        104-479) [12MR]
    Traffic Signal Synchronization Projects Exemption From Certain 
        Clean Air Act Provisions (H.R. 2988) (H. Rept. 104-807) [18SE]
    U.S. National Tourism Organization Act (H.R. 2579) (H. Rept. 104-
        839) [25SE]
    Uranium Mill Tailings Radiation Control Act Appropriations (H.R. 
        2967) (H. Rept. 104-536) [24AP]
    Waste Isolation Pilot Plant Land Withdrawal Act Amendments (H.R. 
        1663) (H. Rept. 104-540) [25AP]

COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC AND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES (House)
  Bills and resolutions
    Committees of the House: minority party appointments (see H. Res. 
        447) [5JN]

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  Reports filed
    Clarify Exemption of Houseparents From Minimum Wage and Maximum 
        Hour Requirements (H.R. 2531) (H. Rept. 104-592) [23MY]
    Employee Commuting Flexibility Act (H.R. 1227) (H. Rept. 104-585) 
        [20MY]
    Encourage the Donation of Food and Grocery Products to Needy 
        Individuals (H.R. 2428) (H. Rept. 104-661) [9JY]
    English Language Empowerment Act (H.R. 123) (H. Rept. 104-723) 
        [30JY]
    Guidelines for School Lunch and Breakfast Programs (H.R. 2066) (H. 
        Rept. 104-561) [7MY]
    Impact Aid Program Technical Corrections (H.R. 3269) (H. Rept. 
        104-560) [7MY]
    Individuals With Disabilities Education Act Reauthorization (H.R. 
        3268) (H. Rept. 104-614) [10JN]
    Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts 
        Development Board of Trustees Appointment Process (H.R. 3049) 
        (H. Rept. 104-505) [28MR]
    Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act Appropriations 
        (H.R. 3876) (H. Rept. 104-783) [12SE]
    National Policy To Provide Health Care and Reform Insurance 
        Procedures (H.R. 995) (H. Rept. 104-498) [25MR]
    Older Americans Act Reauthorization (H.R. 2570) (H. Rept. 104-539) 
        [25AP]
    Opening of Campus Security Crime Logs at Institutions of Higher 
        Education (H. Res. 470) (H. Rept. 104-776) [5SE]
    Participation by Historically Black Graduate Professional Schools 
        in Certain Education Grant Programs (H.R. 3055) (H. Rept. 104-
        504) [28MR]
    Permit Financial Institutions Under the Federal Family Education 
        Loan Program To Pay Origination Fees of Borrowers (H.R. 3863) 
        (H. Rept. 104-775) [5SE]
    Provide Compensatory Time for All Employees (H.R. 2391) (H. Rept. 
        104-670) [11JY]

COMMITTEE ON ECONOMICS (Joint)
  Appointments
    Members [7MR]

COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT REFORM AND OVERSIGHT (House)
  Bills and resolutions
    Klug, Representative: election (see H. Res. 485) [22JY]
    White House Travel Office: provide authority to obtain testimony 
        to investigate the dismissal of personnel (see H. Res. 369) 
        [29FE]
  Reports filed
    Applicability of Certain Laws Relative to the Executive Office of 
        the President (H.R. 3452) (H. Rept. 104-820) [24SE]
    Blood Supply Protection From Infectious Diseases (H. Rept. 104-
        746) [2AU]
    Civil Service Law Amendments (H.R. 3841) (H. Rept. 104-831) [24SE]
    Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) Authority To 
        Obtain Testimony To Investigate the Dismissal of White House 
        Travel Office Personnel: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        369) (H. Rept. 104-472) [6MR]
    Crude Oil Undervaluation--Ineffective Response of the Minerals 
        Management Service (H. Rept. 104-858) [27SE]
    Disclosure of Information on Certain Individuals Relative to Nazi 
        War Crimes During World War II (H.R. 1281) (H. Rept. 104-819) 
        [24SE]
    Effectiveness of Financial Management and Audits of State and 
        Local Governments Receiving Federal Assistance (H.R. 3184) (H. 
        Rept. 104-607) [6JN]
    Federal Financial Management Laws (H. Rept. 104-745) [2AU]
    Federal Government Management--Examining Government Performance as 
        We Near the Next Century (H. Rept. 104-861) [28SE]
    Fraud and Abuse in Medicare and Medicaid--Stronger Enforcement and 
        Better Management Could Save Billions (H. Rept. 104-641) 
        [27JN]
    Health Care Anti-Fraud Protections (H. Rept. 104-747) [2AU]
    Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (H.R. 
        2202) (H. Rept. 104-469) [7MR]
    Investigation Into the White House and Dept. of Justice on 
        Security of FBI Background Investigation Files (H. Rept. 104-
        862) [28SE]
    Investigation of Federal Law Enforcement Agencies Relative to 
        Branch Davidians (H. Rept. 104-749) [2AU]
    Permit District of Columbia City Council To Authorize the Issuance 
        of Revenue Bonds Relative to Water and Sewer Facilities (H.R. 
        3663) (H. Rept. 104-635) [25JN]
    Public Access to Information in an Electronic Format (H.R. 3802) 
        (H. Rept. 104-795) [17SE]
    Reform and Oversight, National Drug Policy--Review of the Status 
        of the Drug War (H. Rept. 104-486) [19MR]
    Sampling and Statistical Adjustment in the Decennial Census--
        Fundemental Flaws (H. Rept. 104-821) [24SE]
    Strengthen Veterans' Preference and Increase Employment 
        Opportunities (H.R. 3586) (H. Rept. 104-675) [12JY]
    Use of Federal Funding by Local Governments and Nonprofit 
        Organizations in Accordance With Approved Local Flexibility 
        Plans (H.R. 2086) (H. Rept. 104-847) [26SE]
    White House Communications Agency Review (H. Rept. 104-748) [2AU]
    White House Travel Office Firings and Related Matters (H. Rept. 
        104-849) [26SE]
    White House Travel Office Proceedings Against John M. Quinn, David 
        Watkins, and Matthew Moore (H. Rept. 104-598) [29MY]
    Year 2000 Computer Software Conversion--Summary of Oversight 
        Findings and Recommendations (H. Rept. 104-857) [27SE]

COMMITTEE ON HOUSE OVERSIGHT (House)
  Reports filed
    American Folklife Preservation Act Repeal (H.R. 3491) (H. Rept. 
        104-710) [26JY]
    Campaign Ethics Reform and Contribution Limits (H.R. 3760) (H. 
        Rept. 104-677) [16JY]
    Committee on International Relations (House) Funding for 
        Investigation of U.S. Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia 
        and Bosnia (H. Res. 417) (H. Rept. 104-559) [6MY]
    Dismissal of Election Contest Against Representative Bass (H. Res. 
        539) (H. Rept. 104-853) [26SE]
    Dismissal of Election Contest Against Representative Rose (H. Res. 
        538) (H. Rept. 104-852) [26SE]
    House of Representatives Official Allowance That Represents 
        Administrative Reforms (H.R. 2739) (H. Rept. 104-482) [14MR]

COMMITTEE ON INAUGURAL CEREMONIES (Joint)
  Appointments
    Members [10SE]

COMMITTEE ON INFORMATION (Joint)
  Bills and resolutions
    Establish (see H.R. 4280) [28SE]

COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (House)
  Bills and resolutions
    Committees of the House: majority party appointments (see H. Res. 
        462) [25JN]
    ------minority party appointments (see H. Res. 367, 447) [28FE] 
        [5JN]
    Iran: funding for investigation of U.S. role in Iranian arms 
        transfer to Croatia and Bosnia (see H. Res. 417) [29AP]
    ------investigate the U.S. role in Iranian arms transfer to 
        Croatia and Bosnia (see H. Res. 416) [29AP]
  Reports filed
    Committee on International Relations (House) Funding for 
        Investigation of U.S. Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia 
        and Bosnia: Committee on House Oversight (House) (H. Res. 417) 
        (H. Rept. 104-559) [6MY]
    Committee on International Relations (House) Investigation of U.S. 
        Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia and Bosnia: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 416) (H. Rept. 104-551) [2MY]
    Dept. of Defense Transfer of Naval Vessels to Certain Foreign 
        Countries and Defense and Security Assistance Improvements 
        (H.R. 3121) (H. Rept. 104-519) [16AP]
    Export Assistance Agencies Authority Extension (H.R. 3759) (H. 
        Rept. 104-722) [30JY]
    Iran and Libya Sanctions Act (H.R. 3107) (H. Rept. 104-523) [17AP]
    Microenterprise Act (H.R. 3846) (H. Rept. 104-715) [29JY]

COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL SECURITY (House)
  Reports filed
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations for Military Activities and 
        Personnel Strengths (H.R. 3230) (H. Rept. 104-563) [7MY]
    Intelligence Community Reorganization and Reform (H.R. 3237) (H. 
        Rept. 104-620) [23JY]
    Limit Placement of Armed Forces Under U.N. Operational or Tactical 
        Control (H.R. 3308) (H. Rept. 104-642) [27JN]
    Medicare Reimbursement to Military Health Services System (H.R. 
        3142) (H. Rept. 104-837) [25SE]
    National Missile Defense System (H.R. 3144) (H. Rept. 104-583) 
        [16MY]
    Restore Missing Person Status to Certain Dept. of Defense Civilian 
        and Contract Employees (H.R. 4000) (H. Rept. 104-806) [17SE]
    Shipbuilding Trade Agreement Act (H.R. 2754) (H. Rept. 104-524) 
        [30MY]
    Terrorist Attack on U.S. Peacekeeping Forces in Saudi Arabia (H. 
        Con. Res. 200) (H. Rept. 104-805) [17SE]
    Tribute to Individuals Who Served the U.S. During the Period Known 
        as the Cold War (H. Con. Res. 180) (H. Rept. 104-804) [17SE]

COMMITTEE ON RESOURCES (House)
  Reports filed
    Adoption Promotion and Stability Act (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 104-
        542) [30AP]
    Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Amendments (H.R. 2505) (H. 
        Rept. 104-797) [17SE]
    Alaska Natives Social and Economic Programs Implementation (H.R. 
        3973) (H. Rept. 104-838) [25SE]
    Apache National Forest Land Conveyance to the Alpine Elementary 
        School District (H.R. 3547) (H. Rept. 104-759) [4SE]
    BLM Appropriations (H.R. 3290) (H. Rept. 104-658) [8JY]
    Cabin Permit Renewals to Heirs in Sequoia National Park Mineral 
        King Addition (H.R. 3534) (H. Rept. 104-866) [3OC]
    California Exchange of Certain Federal Lands (H.R. 3147) (H. Rept. 
        104-760) [4SE]
    California Land Conveyance to the Del Norte County Unified School 
        District (H.R. 2709) (H. Rept. 104-763) [4SE]
    California Land Conveyance to the Hoopa Valley Tribe (H.R. 2710) 
        (H. Rept. 104-762) [4SE]
    California Land Transfer to Certain Indian Tribes (H.R. 3642) (H. 
        Rept. 104-767) [4SE]
    Carbon Hill National Fish Hatchery Conveyance to Alabama (H.R. 
        2982) (H. Rept. 104-568) [8MY]
    Coastal Zone Management Act Reauthorization (H.R. 1965) (H. Rept. 
        104-521) [16AP]
    Conveyance of Certain Lands Under the Alaska Native Claims 
        Settlement Act (H.R. 2560) (H. Rept. 104-643) [27JN]
    Conveyance of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Lands in Crook 
        County, WY, to Wyoming (H.R. 3579) (H. Rept. 104-711) [26JY]
    Cooperative Fisheries Management Act (H.R. 2160) (H. Rept. 104-
        517) [15AP]
    Crawford National Fish Hatchery Conveyance to Crawford, NE (H.R. 
        3287) (H. Rept. 104-700) [24JY]
    Crow Creek Sioux Tribe Infrastructure Development Trust Fund Act 
        (H.R. 2512) (H. Rept. 104-765) [4SE]
    Designate Certain Segments of the Clarion River, PA, as Components 
        of the Wild and Scenic Rivers System (H.R. 3568) (H. Rept. 
        104-825) [24SE]
    Designate Wekiva River, Seminole Creek, and Rock Springs Run, FL, 
        for Potential Addition to the Wild and Scenic River System 
        (H.R. 3155) (H. Rept. 104-824) [24SE]

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    Development of Technology for Recovery of Minerals From the Ocean 
        Seabed (H.R. 3249) (H. Rept. 104-673) [12JY]
    Drought Relief for Corpus Christi, TX, and the Canadian River 
        Municipal Water Authority, TX (H.R. 3910) (H. Rept. 104-770) 
        [4SE]
    Endangered Species Act Reauthorization (H.R. 2275) (H. Rept. 104-
        778) [9SE]
    Federal Oceanography Coordination Improvement Act (H.R. 3537) (H. 
        Rept. 104-771) [4SE]
    Federal Oil and Gas Royalty Simplification and Fairness Act (H.R. 
        1975) (H. Rept. 104-667) [11JY]
    Fort Peck Rural County Water Supply System Act (S. 1467) (H. Rept. 
        104-769) [4SE]
    Goshute Indian Reservation Additional Lands: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 2464) (H. Rept. 104-562) [7MY]
    Gunnison County, CO, Land Conveyance (H.R. 2438) (H. Rept. 104-
        766) [4SE]
    Gustavus, AK, Land Exchange (H.R. 2561) (H. Rept. 104-840) [25SE]
    Hells Canyon Wilderness Area Boundary Modification (H.R. 2693) (H. 
        Rept. 104-779) [9SE]
    Highway Relocation Assistance Relative to the Chickamauga and 
        Chattanooga National Military Parks (H.R. 848) (H. Rept. 104-
        603) [4JN]
    Housing of Federal Land Management Agency Field Employees (H.R. 
        2941) (H. Rept. 104-802) [17SE]
    Improve Quality of National Parks and Recreation Areas Visitor 
        Services Relative to Incentive-Based Recreation Fees (H.R. 
        2107) (H. Rept. 104-757) [4SE]
    Indian Health Service Program for Direct Billing of Medicare, 
        Medicaid, and Other Third Party Payers (H.R. 3378) (H. Rept. 
        104-742) [1AU]
    International Dolphin Conservation Program Implementation (H.R. 
        2823) (H. Rept. 104-665) [10JY]
    Irrigation District Boundaries Within the Umatilla Basin, OR (H.R. 
        2392) (H. Rept. 104-860) [28SE]
    Kenai Natives Association Correction of Land Entitlement 
        Inequities (H.R. 401) (H. Rept. 104-756) [4SE]
    Lake Tahoe Basin National Forest Designation (H.R. 2122) (H. Rept. 
        104-772) [4SE]
    Manzanar Historic Site Exchange of Public Lands (H.R. 3006) (H. 
        Rept. 104-709) [26JY]
    Marion National Fish Hatchery Conveyance to Alabama (H.R. 3557) 
        (H. Rept. 104-702) [24JY]
    Marshall Islands Rongelop Resettlement Trust Fund Administration 
        (H.R. 1332) (H. Rept. 104-471) [5MR]
    National Forests Timber Substitution for the Cancelled Elkhorn 
        Ridge Timber Sale (H.R. 2711) (H. Rept. 104-761) [4SE]
    National Geologic Mapping Act Reauthorization (H.R. 3198) (H. 
        Rept. 104-668) [11JY]
    National Marine Sanctuaries Act Reauthorization (H.R. 3487) (H. 
        Rept. 104-717) [29JY]
    Native American Adoption and Child Custody Proceedings Regulations 
        (H.R. 3828) (H. Rept. 104-808) [19SE]
    North Platte National Wildlife Refuge Boundary Adjustment (H.R. 
        2679) (H. Rept. 104-527) [18AP]
    Oahu National Wildlife Refuge Complex Acquisition of Certain 
        Interests in the Waihee Marsh and Waihee Stream (H.R. 1772) 
        (H. Rept. 104-528) [22AP]
    Prairie Island Indian Community Charter of Incorporation 
        Revocation (H.R. 3068) (H. Rept. 104-584) [20MY]
    Prepayment of Federal Repayment Contracts by the Central Utah 
        Water Conservancy District (H.R. 1823) (H. Rept. 104-531) 
        [23AP]
    Preservation and Restoration of Historic Buildings and Sites at 
        Historically Black Colleges and Universities Appropriations 
        (H.R. 1179) (H. Rept. 104-758) [4SE]
    Preserve and Protect the Columbia River's Hanford Reach Area (H.R. 
        2292) (H. Rept. 104-716) [29JY]
    Preserve Federal Sovereignty of Certain Public Lands and Preserve 
        Certain State and Private Property Rights (H.R. 3752) (H. 
        Rept. 104-835) [24SE]
    Provide for a Nonvoting Delegate From the Northern Mariana Islands 
        in the House of Representatives (H.R. 4067) (H. Rept. 104-856) 
        [27SE]
    Public Rangelands Management Act (S. 1459) (H. Rept. 104-674) 
        [12JY]
    Puerto Rico Self-Determination (H.R. 3024) (H. Rept. 104-713) 
        [26JY]
    Reclamation Wastewater and Groundwater Study and Facilities Act 
        Amendments (H.R. 3660) (H. Rept. 104-703) [24JY]
    Regulate Fishing in Certain Alaskan Waters (H.R. 1786) (H. Rept. 
        104-687) [18JY]
    Relief of Persons Who Purchased Clark County, NV, Land Relative to 
        Certain Private Land Surveys (H.R. 2135) (H. Rept. 104-755) 
        [4SE]
    Restitution to Guam for Atrocities Committed During Japanese 
        Occupation in World War II (H.R. 2041) (H. Rept. 104-867) 
        [21OC]
    Settlement of Issues and Claims Relative to Trust Lands of the 
        Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians (H.R. 3640) (H. Rept. 
        104-777) [5SE]
    Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge Eminent Domain 
        Prevention Act (H.R. 2909) (H. Rept. 104-579) [16MY]
    Ski Area Permit Issuance Regulations and Mineral Leasing Law 
        Suspensions in National Forest Ski Areas (H.R. 1527) (H. Rept. 
        104-516) [15AP]
    Sly Park Dam and Reservoir Sale by the Dept. of the Interior (H.R. 
        3903) (H. Rept. 104-768) [4SE]
    Snoqualmie National Forest Boundary Expansion (H.R. 3497) (H. 
        Rept. 104-816) [23SE]
    Snowbasin Ski Area, UT, Land Exchange (H.R. 2824) (H. Rept. 104-
        493) [25MR]
    Suffolk County, NY, Property Acquisition (H.R. 1836) (H. Rept. 
        104-529) [22AP]
    Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge Appropriations (H.R. 2660) 
        (H. Rept. 104-526) [18AP]
    Transfer Jurisdiction Over Certain Federal Real Property in the 
        District of Columbia (H.R. 2636) (H. Rept. 104-368) [26JY]
    Validate Certain Conveyances Made by Southern Pacific 
        Transportation Co. in Reno, NV, and Tulare, CA (H.R. 1784) (H. 
        Rept. 104-691) [18JY]
    Voting Rights March Route From Selma, AL, to Montgomery, AL, 
        National Historic Trail (H.R. 1129) (H. Rept. 104-567) [8MY]
    Walhalla National Fish Hatchery Conveyance to South Carolina (H.R. 
        3546) H. Rept. 104-701) [24JY]
    Water Desalinization Research and Development Act (S. 811) (H. 
        Rept. 104-790) [16SE]
    Wenatchee National Forest Land Exchange With Chelan County, WA 
        (H.R. 2518, 3581) (H. Rept. 104-764) [4SE]

COMMITTEE ON RULES (House)
  Bills and resolutions
    House Rules: authority of the Committee on Rules (House) to report 
        rules or orders waiving the germaneness requirement (see H. 
        Res. 505) [1AU]
    ------same-day consideration of certain resolutions (see H. Res. 
        412) [24AP]
    ------same-day consideration of certain resolutions and 
        consideration of legislation under suspension of the rules 
        (see H. Res. 525, 546) [19SE] [27SE]
  Motions
    House Rules: same-day consideration of certain resolutions and 
        consideration of legislation under suspension of the rules (H. 
        Res. 546) [28SE]
    ------same-day consideration of certain resolutions (H. Res. 412) 
        [25AP]
  Reports filed
    Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) Authority To 
        Obtain Testimony To Investigate the Dismissal of White House 
        Travel Office Personnel (H. Res. 369) (H. Rept. 104-472) [6MR]
    Committee on International Relations (House) Investigation of U.S. 
        Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia and Bosnia (H. Res. 
        416) (H. Rept. 104-551) [2MY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H. Con. Res. 178, Setting 
        Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002 (H. Res. 450) (H. Rept. 
        104-615) [10JN]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 927, Cuban Liberty and 
        Democratic Solidarity Act (H. Res. 370) (H. Rept. 104-470) 
        [5MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 956, Common Sense 
        Product Liability Legal Reform Act (H. Res. 394) (H. Rept. 
        104-503) [27MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1296, Presidio 
        Facilities and Parks and Public Lands Management (H.R. 1296) 
        (H. Rept. 104-836) [25SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1561, Foreign Affairs 
        Agencies' Consolidation (H. Res. 375) (H. Rept. 104-476) [7MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2202, Illegal 
        Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (H. Res. 
        528) (H. Rept. 104-829) [24SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2546, District of 
        Columbia Appropriations (H. Res. 351) (H. Rept. 104-456) 
        [31JA]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2854, Federal 
        Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act (H. Res. 393) (H. Rept. 
        104-502) [27MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3019, Continuing 
        Appropriations (H. Res. 415) (H. Rept. 104-538) [25AP]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3103, Health Insurance 
        Portability and Accountability Act (H. Res. 500) (H. Rept. 
        104-735) [31JY], (H. Res. 502) (H. Rept. 104-738) [1AU]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense 
        Appropriations for Military Activities and Personnel Strengths 
        (H. Res. 498) (H. Rept. 104-732) [31JY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3259, Intelligence 
        Services Appropriations (H. Res. 529) (H. Rept. 104-830) 
        [24SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3448, Small Business 
        Job Protection Act (H. Res. 503) (H. Rept. 104-739) [1AU]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3517, Dept. of Defense 
        Appropriations for Military Construction, Family Housing, and 
        Base Realignment and Closure (H. Res. 497) (H. Rept. 104-731) 
        [31JY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3539, FAA Programs 
        Reauthorization (H. Res. 540) (H. Rept. 104-851) [26SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3603, Agriculture, 
        Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations (H. Res. 496) (H. Rept. 104-730) [31JY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3675, Dept. of 
        Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations (H. Res. 
        522) (H. Rept. 104-803) [17SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3734, Public Welfare 
        Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation (H. Res. 
        492) (H. Rept. 104-720) [30JY], (H. Res. 495) (H. Rept. 104-
        729) [31JY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 652, Telecommunications 
        Act (H. Res. 353) (H. Rept. 104-459) [31JA]
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 735, Antiterrorism and 
        Effective Death Penalty Act (H. Res. 405) (H. Rept. 104-522) 
        [17AP]
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 1124, Dept. of Defense 
        Appropriations for Military Activities and Personnel Strengths 
        (H. Res. 340) (H. Rept. 104-451) [23JA]
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 1316, Safe Drinking Water 
        Act Amendments (H. Res. 507) (H. Rept. 104-743) [1AU]
    Consideration of Congressional Adjournment (H. Res. 465) (H. Rept. 
        104-640) [26JN]
    Consideration of H. Con. Res. 178, Setting Forth the Federal 
        Budget for 1997-2002 (H. Res. 435) (H. Rept. 104-577) [15MY]
    Consideration of H. Res. 461, U.S. Policy Towards the People's 
        Republic of China (H. Res. 463) (H. Rept. 104-636) [25JN]
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 159, Require a Three-Fifths Majority on 
        the Passage of Legislation Increasing Revenue (H. Res. 395) 
        (H. Rept. 104-513) [29MR]
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 165, Continuing Appropriations (H. Res. 
        386) (H. Rept. 104-489) [20MR]
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 175, Continuing Appropriations (H. Res. 
        411) (H. Rept. 104-534) [23AP]
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 182, Most-Favored-Nation Status for the 
        People's Republic of China (H. Res. 463) (H. Rept. 104-636) 
        [25JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 123, English Language Empowerment Act (H. 
        Res. 499) (H. Rept. 104-734) [31JY]

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    Consideration of H.R. 125, Repeal Ban on Assault Weapons and Large 
        Capacity Ammunition Feeding Devices (H. Res. 388) (H. Rept. 
        104-490) [21MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 842, Off-Budget Treatment for Certain 
        Transportation Trust Funds (H. Res. 396) (H. Rept. 104-514) 
        [29MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 994, Regulatory Sunset and Review Act (H. 
        Res. 368) (H. Rept. 104-464) [29FE]
    Consideration of H.R. 1227, Employee Commuting Flexibility Act (H. 
        Res. 440) (H. Rept. 104-590) [21MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 1675, National Wildlife Refuge System 
        Management Improvement (H. Res. 410) (H. Rept. 104-533) [23AP]
    Consideration of H.R. 2149, Ocean Shipping Reform Act (H. Res. 
        419) (H. Rept. 104-544) [30AP]
    Consideration of H.R. 2202, Illegal Immigration Reform and 
        Immigrant Responsibility Act (H. Res. 384) (H. Rept. 104-483) 
        [14MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 2391, Working Families Flexibility Act (H. 
        Res. 488) (H. Rept. 104-704) [24JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 2406, U.S. Housing Act (H. Res. 426) (H. 
        Rept. 104-564) [7MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 2641, U.S. Marshals Service Improvement Act 
        (H. Res. 418) (H. Rept. 104-543) [30AP]
    Consideration of H.R. 2703, Comprehensive Antiterrorism Act (H. 
        Res. 376) (H. Rept. 104-477) [7MR], (H. Res. 380) (H. Rept. 
        104-480) [12MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 2715, Paperwork Reduction Act Amendments (H. 
        Res. 409) (H. Rept. 104-532) [23AP]
    Consideration of H.R. 2754, Shipbuilding Trade Agreement Act (H. 
        Res. 448) (H. Rept. 104-606) [6JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 2823, International Dolphin Conservation 
        Program Implementation (H. Res. 489) (H. Rept. 104-708) [25JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 2854, Agricultural Market Transition Act (H. 
        Res. 366) (H. Rept. 104-463) [27FE]
    Consideration of H.R. 2924, Payment of Social Security Benefits 
        Relative to the Debt Limit Extension (H. Res. 355) (H. Rept. 
        104-460) [1FE]
    Consideration of H.R. 2974, Crimes Against Children and Elderly 
        Persons Increased Punishment Act (H. Res. 421) (H. Rept. 104-
        552) [2MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3019, Continuing Appropriations (H. Res. 
        372) (H. Rept. 104-474) [6MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3021, Debt Limit Enforcement and Obligated 
        Trust Fund Protection (H. Res. 371) (H. Rept. 104-473) [6MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3103, Health Insurance Portability and 
        Accountability Act (H. Res. 392) (H. Rept. 104-501) [27MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3120, Witness and Jury Retaliation and 
        Tampering Prevention (H. Res. 422) (H. Rept. 104-553) [2MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3136, Contract With America Advancement Act 
        (H. Res. 391) (H. Rept. 104-500) [27MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3144, National Missile Defense System (H. 
        Res. 438) (H. Rept. 104-582) [16MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense Appropriations for 
        Military Activities and Personnel Strengths (H. Res. 430) (H. 
        Rept. 104-570) [9MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3259, Intelligence Services Appropriations 
        (H. Res. 437) (H. Rept. 104-581) [16MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3286, Adoption Promotion and Stability Act 
        (H. Res. 428) (H. Rept. 104-566) [7MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3308, Limit Placement of Armed Forces Under 
        U.N. Operational or Tactical Control (H. Res. 517) (H. Rept. 
        104-774) [4SE]
    Consideration of H.R. 3322, Federal Civilian Science Activities 
        Appropriations (H. Res. 427) (H. Rept. 104-565) [7MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3396, Defense of Marriage Act (H. Res. 474) 
        (H. Rept. 104-666) [10JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3415, Gasoline Tax (H. Res. 436) (H. Rept. 
        104-580) [16MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3448, Small Business Job Protection Act (H. 
        Res. 440) (H. Rept. 104-590) [21MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3517, Dept. of Defense Appropriations for 
        Military Construction, Family Housing, and Base Realignment 
        and Closure (H. Res. 442) (H. Rept. 104-599) [29MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3540, Foreign Operations, Export Financing, 
        and Related Programs Appropriations (H. Res. 445) (H. Rept. 
        104-601) [30MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3562, Approval of Waivers Submitted by 
        Wisconsin To Conduct ``Wisconsin Works'' Welfare Reform 
        Project (H. Res. 446) (H. Rept. 104-604) [5JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3603, Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, 
        and Related Agencies Programs Appropriations (H. Res. 451) (H. 
        Rept. 104-616) [10JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3610, Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H. 
        Res. 453) (H. Rept. 104-619) [12JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3662, Dept. of the Interior and Related 
        Agencies Appropriations (H. Res. 455) (H. Rept. 104-627) 
        [18JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3666, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, 
        and Sundry Independent Agencies Appropriations (H. Res. 456) 
        (H. Rept. 104-630) [19JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3719, Small Business Programs Improvements 
        (H. Res. 516) (H. Rept. 104-773) [4SE]
    Consideration of H.R. 3734, Public Welfare Programs Reform 
        Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation (H. Res. 482) (H. Rept. 104-
        686) [17JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3754, Legislative Branch of the Government 
        Appropriations (H. Res. 473) (H. Rept. 104-663) [9JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3755, Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, 
        and Related Agencies Appropriations (H. Res. 472) (H. Rept. 
        104-662) [9JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3756, Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, 
        Executive Office of the President, and Independent Agencies 
        Appropriations (H. Res. 475) (H. Rept. 104-671) [11JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3814, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State 
        and the Judiciary Appropriations (H. Res. 479) (H. Rept. 104-
        678) [16JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3816, Energy and Water Development 
        Appropriations (H. Res. 483) (H. Rept. 104-687) [18JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3820, Campaign Ethics Reform and 
        Contribution Limits (H. Res. 481) (H. Rept. 104-685) [17JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3953, Aviation Security and Antiterrorism 
        Act (H. Res. 508) (H. Rept. 104-744) [1AU]
    Consideration of H.R. 4134, Access of Illegal Immigrants to Public 
        Education (H. Res. 530) (H. Rept. 104-834) [24SE]
    Consideration of Motion To Dispose of Senate Amendment to H.R. 
        1643, Most-Favored-Nation Status for Bulgaria (H. Res. 334) 
        (H. Rept. 104-447) [4JA]
    Consideration of Senate Amendments to H.R. 1833, Prohibit Partial-
        Birth Abortions (H. Rept. 104-492) [22MR]
    Disposition of Senate Amendment to H.J. Res. 134, Dept. of 
        Veterans Affairs Continuing Appropriations (H. Res. 336) (H. 
        Rept. 104-448) [5JA]
    Disposition of Senate Amendment to H.R. 1358, National Marine 
        Fisheries Service Laboratory Conveyance to Massachusetts (H. 
        Res. 338) (H. Rept. 104-449) [5JA]
    House Rules Relative to Same-Day Consideration of Certain 
        Resolutions (H. Res. 412) (H. Rept. 104-535) [24AP]
    House Rules Relative to the Speaker's Authority To Declare Recess 
        (H. Res. 330) (H. Rept. 104-445) [3JA], (H. Res. 352) (H. 
        Rept. 104-457) [31JA]
    Puerto Rico Self-Determination (H.R. 3024) (H. Rept. 104-713) 
        [18SE]
    Same-Day Consideration of Certain Resolutions and Consideration of 
        Legislation Under Suspension of the House Rules (H. Res. 525) 
        (H. Rept. 104-809) [19SE], (H. Res. 546) (H. Rept. 104-855) 
        [27SE]

COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE (House)
  Bills and resolutions
    Committees of the House: minority party appointments (see H. Res. 
        367) [28FE]
  Reports filed
    Commercial Space Industry Development (H.R. 3936) (H. Rept. 104-
        801) [17SE]
    Federal Civilian Science Activities Appropriations (H.R. 3322) (H. 
        Rept. 104-550) [1MY]
    Metric System Conversion Requirements (H.R. 2779) (H. Rept. 104-
        639) [26JN]
    Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty 
        Implementation (H.R. 3060) (H. Rept. 104-593) [23MY]

COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS (House)
  Bills and resolutions
    Committees of the House: minority party appointments (see H. Res. 
        408, 447, 523) [22AP] [5JN] [17SE]
  Reports filed
    Paperwork Reduction Act Amendments (H.R. 2715) (H. Rept. 104-520) 
        [16AP]
    Small Business Programs Improvements (H.R. 3719) (H. Rept. 104-
        750) [2AU]
    Small Business Technology Transfer Program (H.R. 3158) (H. Rept. 
        104-850) [26SE]

COMMITTEE ON STANDARDS OF OFFICIAL CONDUCT (House)
  Appointments
    Members [23JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 377) [7MR]
    Gephardt, Representative: investigation by independent counsel 
        relative to certain financial transactions (see H. Res. 524, 
        531) [19SE] [24SE]
    Gingrich, Representative: investigation by independent counsel 
        relative to GOPAC (see H. Res. 468) [27JN]
    ------release of independent counsel report relative to GOPAC (see 
        H. Res. 526, 532) [19SE] [24SE]
    House Rules: procedures of the Committee on Standards of Official 
        Conduct (House) (see H. Res. 346) [25JA]
  Motions
    Gephardt, Representative: investigation by independent counsel 
        relative to certain financial transactions (H. Res. 524) 
        [19SE]
    ------investigation by independent counsel relative to certain 
        financial transactions (H. Res. 531) [24SE]
    Gingrich, Representative: release of independent counsel report 
        relative to GOPAC (H. Res. 526) [19SE]
    ------release of independent counsel report relative to GOPAC (H. 
        Res. 532) [24SE]

COMMITTEE ON TAXATION (Joint)
  Bills and resolutions
    Taxation: require use of dynamic economic modeling in the 
        preparation of estimates of proposed changes in Federal 
        revenue law (see H. Con. Res. 170) [2MY]

COMMITTEE ON THE BUDGET (House)
  Bills and resolutions
    Committees of the House: minority party appointments (see H. Res. 
        408) [22AP]
    Neumann, Representative: election (see H. Res. 357) [1FE]
  Reports filed
    Off-Budget Treatment for Certain Transportation Trust Funds (H.R. 
        842) (H. Rept. 104-499) [29MR]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation 
        (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-651) [27JN]
    Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 178) 
        (H. Rept. 104-575) [14MY]

COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY (House)
  Motions
    Abortion: prohibit partial-birth abortions (H.R. 1833), veto 
        [19SE]
  Reports filed
    Administrative Dispute Resolution Act (H.R. 2977) (H. Rept. 104-
        597) [29MY]
    Application of Antitrust Laws to Health Care Providers' Networks 
        (H.R. 2925) (H. Rept. 104-646) [27JN]
    Bankruptcy Judge Appointments (H.R. 2604) (H. Rept. 104-569) [9MY]
    Carjacking Correction Act (H.R. 3676) (H. Rept. 104-787) [16SE]
    Clarify Circumstances in Which Senior Circuit Court Judges May 
        Vote in En Banc Cases (S. 531) (H. Rept. 104-697) [23JY]

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    Clarify Federal Jurisdiction Over Offenses Relative to Religious 
        Property Damage (H.R. 3525) (H. Rept. 104-621) [17JN]
    Clarify Rules Governing Court Venues (S. 677) (H. Rept. 104-800) 
        [17SE]
    Clarify Rules Governing Removal of Cases to Federal Court (S. 533) 
        (H. Rept. 104-799) [17SE]
    Codify Certain Transportation Laws (H.R. 2297) (H. Rept. 104-573) 
        [14MY]
    Commission on Civil Rights Reauthorization (H.R. 3874) (H. Rept. 
        104-846) [26SE]
    Confer Honorary U.S. Citizenship on Mother Teresa (H.J. Res. 191) 
        (H. Rept. 104-796) [17SE]
    Congressional Consent to the Mutual Aid Agreement Between the 
        Cities of Bristol, VA, and Bristol, TN (H.J. Res. 166) (H. 
        Rept. 104-705) [24JY]
    Congressional Consent to the Vermont-New Hampshire Interstate 
        Public Water Supply Compact (H.J. Res. 129) (H. Rept. 104-485) 
        [18MR]
    Control and Prevent Commercial Counterfeiting of Money (H.R. 2511) 
        (H. Rept. 104-556) [6MY]
    Crimes Against Children and Elderly Persons Increased Punishment 
        Act (H.R. 2974) (H. Rept. 104-548) [1MY]
    Criminal Penalties Under the Geneva Conventions for Certain War 
        Crimes (H.R. 3680) (H. Rept. 104-698) [24JY]
    Defense of Marriage Act (H.R. 3396) (H. Rept. 104-664) [9JY]
    Early Release of Prisoners Upon Completion of Drug Treatment 
        Programs (H.R. 2650) (H. Rept. 104-602) [31MY]
    Eliminate Bilingual Voting Requirements (H.R. 351) (H. Rept. 104-
        728) [31JY]
    Fan Freedom and Community Protection Act (H.R. 2740) (H. Rept. 
        104-656) [8JY]
    Federal Court Operations and Administration Improvements (H.R. 
        3968) (H. Rept. 104-798) [17SE]
    Government Accountability Act (H.R. 3166) (H. Rept. 104-680) 
        [16JY]
    Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (H.R. 
        2202) (H. Rept. 104-469) [4MR]
    Interstate Stalking Punishment and Prevention Act (H.R. 2980) (H. 
        Rept. 104-557) [6MY]
    Jennings Randolph Lake Management Between Maryland and West 
        Virginia (H.J. Res. 113) (H. Rept. 104-706) [24JY]
    Lobbying Disclosure Act Technical Corrections (H.R. 3435) (H. 
        Rept. 104-699) [24JY]
    National Film Preservation Board Reauthorization (H.R. 1734) (H. 
        Rept. 104-558) [6MY]
    Office of Government Ethics Authorization Extension (H.R. 3235) 
        (H. Rept. 104-595) [29MY]
    Parole Commission Phaseout Act (S. 1507) (H. Rept. 104-789) [16SE]
    Patent and Trademark Office Conversion to Government Corporation 
        (H.R. 3460) (H. Rept. 104-784) [12SE]
    Protect Proprietary Economic Information (H.R. 3723) (H. Rept. 
        104-788) [16SE]
    Pueblo of Isleta Indian Tribe Land Claims Jurisdiction (H.R. 740) 
        (H. Rept. 104-694) [22JY]
    Reasonable Notice to Businesses of Changes Made to Regulations 
        Imposed by Federal Agencies (H.R. 3307) (H. Rept. 104-859) 
        [28SE]
    Release of Relevant Information on Violent Sex Offenders (H.R. 
        2137) (H. Rept. 104-555) [6MY]
    Relief of Individuals Terminated From White House Travel Office 
        (H.R. 2937) (H. Rept. 104-484) [18MR]
    Repeal Indian Trading Laws (H.R. 3215) (H. Rept. 104-681) [17JY]
    Review of Criminal Records of Applicants for Security Officer 
        Employment (H.R. 2092) (H. Rept. 104-827) [24SE]
    Satellite Home Viewer Act Technical Corrections (H.R. 1861) (H. 
        Rept. 104-554) [6MY]
    U.S. Marshals Service Improvement Act (H.R. 2641) (H. Rept. 104-
        541) [29AP]
    Utility of Motor Vehicle Title Information to Law Enforcement 
        Officers (H.R. 2803) (H. Rept. 104-618) [12JN]
    Witness and Jury Retaliation and Tampering Prevention (H.R. 3120) 
        (H. Rept. 104-549) [1MY]

COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE (House)
  Bills and resolutions
    Baker, Representative Richard H.: election (see H. Res. 467) 
        [26JN]
    Committees of the House: majority party appointments (see H. Res. 
        462) [25JN]
    ------minority party appointments (see H. Res. 367, 408) [28FE] 
        [22AP]
  Reports filed
    Airline Pilot Hiring and Safety Act (H.R. 3536) (H. Rept. 104-684) 
        [17JY]
    Appalachian Regional Commission Funding and Economic Development 
        Programs (H.R. 2145) (H. Rept. 104-693) [18JY]
    Child Pilot Safety Act (H.R. 3267) (H. Rept. 104-683) [17JY]
    Deepwater Port Act Amendments (H.R. 2940) (H. Rept. 104-692) 
        [18JY]
    Dept. of Transportation Regulations Relative to Transportation of 
        Intermodal Containers (H.R. 4040) (H. Rept. 104-794) [17SE]
    Disaster and Emergency Assistance Standards Relative to Snow-
        Related Events (H.R. 3348) (H. Rept. 104-792) [17SE]
    E. Barrett Prettyman U.S. Courthouse, Washington, DC (H.R. 3029) 
        (H. Rept. 104-588) [21MY]
    EPA State Grants To Finance the Construction or Improvement of 
        Water Supply Systems (H.R. 2747) (H. Rept. 104-515) [29MR]
    Establish the FAA as an Independent Agency (H.R. 2276) (H. Rept. 
        104-475) [7MR]
    Exempt Transportation of Hazardous Substances by Certain Vehicles 
        From Government Regulations (H.R. 3153) (H. Rept. 104-791) 
        [17SE]
    FAA Programs Reauthorization (H.R. 3539) (H. Rept. 104-714) [26JY]
    Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse, Portland, OR (H.R. 3134) (H. 
        Rept. 104-587) [21MY]
    Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Board of Review 
        Abolishment (H.R. 1036) (H. Rept. 104-596) [29MY]
    NTSB Appropriations (H.R. 3159) (H. Rept. 104-682) [17JY]
    Off-Budget Treatment for Certain Transportation Trust Funds (H.R. 
        842) (H. Rept. 104-499) [27MR]
    Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act Amendments (H.R. 2594) (H. 
        Rept. 104-525) [18AP]
    Requirements Relative to Families of Airline Passengers Involved 
        in Aircraft Accidents (H.R. 3923) (H. Rept. 104-793) [17SE]
    Robert Kurtz Rodibaugh U.S. Courthouse, South Bend, IN (H.R. 3576) 
        (H. Rept. 104-781) [10SE]
    Roman L. Hruska U.S. Courthouse, Omaha, NE (H.R. 3400) (H. Rept. 
        104-610) [6JN]
    Sammy L. Davis Federal Building, Overland, MO (H.R. 3186) (H. 
        Rept. 104-609) [6JN]
    Use of Capitol Grounds for Greater Washington Soap Box Derby (H. 
        Con. Res. 153) (H. Rept. 104-589) [21MY]
    Use of Capitol Grounds for National Peace Officers' Memorial 
        Service (H. Con. Res. 147) (H. Rept. 104-488) [20MR]
    Use of Capitol Grounds for Special Olympics Torch Relay (H. Con. 
        Res. 146) (H. Rept. 104-487) [20MR]
    Use of Capitol Grounds for Summer Olympics Torch Relay (H. Con. 
        Res. 172) (H. Rept. 104-608) [6JN]
    W. Edwards Deming Federal Building, Suitland, MD (H.R. 3535) (H. 
        Rept. 104-780) [10SE]
    Water Resources Development Act (H.R. 3592) (H. Rept. 104-695) 
        [22JY]
    William H. Natcher Bridge Designation (H.R. 3572) (H. Rept. 104-
        626) [18JN]
    William J. Nealon U.S. Courthouse, Scranton, PA (H.R. 3364) (H. 
        Rept. 104-611) [6JN]

COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS (House)
  Bills and resolutions
    Committees of the House: minority party appointments (see H. Res. 
        523) [17SE]
  Reports filed
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs Medical Facility Projects and Leases 
        (H.R. 3376) (H. Rept. 104-574) [14MY]
    Increase Service-Connected Disability Benefits for Veterans and 
        Survivors (H.R. 3458) (H. Rept. 104-647) [27JN]
    Priority Health Care to Certain Veterans Exposed to Hazardous or 
        Radioactive Substances (H.R. 3643) (H. Rept. 104-648) [27JN]
    Reform and Improve Veterans Eligibility for Medical Care and 
        Services (H.R. 3118) (H. Rept. 104-690) [18JY]
    Repair and Maintenance of War Memorials by the American Battle 
        Monuments Commission (H.R. 3673) (H. Rept. 104-649) [27JN]
    Veterans Benefits Decision Revisions Based on Clear and 
        Unmistakable Error (H.R. 1483) (H. Rept. 104-571) [10MY]
    Veterans Eligibility for Training and Rehabilitation Assistance 
        and Transfer of Certain Educational Assistance Authority (H.R. 
        3674) (H. Rept. 104-650) [27JN]
    Veterans Programs and Benefits Improvements (H.R. 3373) (H. Rept. 
        104-572) [10MY]

COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS (House)
  Bills and resolutions
    Hayes, Representative: election (see H. Res. 343, 397) [25JA] 
        [29MR]
    McNulty, Representative: election (see H. Res. 344) [25JA]
  Reports filed
    Adoption Promotion and Stability Act (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 104-
        542) [6MY]
    Board of Tea Experts Abolishment (H.R. 2969) (H. Rept. 104-467) 
        [4MR]
    Export Controls Authority (H.R. 361) (H. Rept. 104-605) [5JN]
    Foreign Trade Export Controls (H.R. 361) (H. Rept. 104-605) [27JN]
    Foreign Trade Legislation Technical Corrections (H.R. 3815) (H. 
        Rept. 104-718) [29JY]
    Gasoline Tax (H.R. 3415) (H. Rept. 104-576) [16MY]
    Health Coverage Availability and Affordability Act (H.R. 3103) (H. 
        Rept. 104-496) [25MR]
    International Dolphin Conservation Program Implementation (H.R. 
        2823) (H. Rept. 104-665) [23JY]
    Iran and Libya Sanctions Act (H.R. 3107) (H. Rept. 104-523) [17JN]
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for Bulgaria (H.R. 2853) (H. Rept. 104-
        466) [29FE]
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for Romania (H.R. 3161) (H. Rept. 104-
        629) [19JN]
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for the People's Republic of China 
        (H.J. Res. 182) (H. Rept. 104-634) [25JN]
    Presidential Proclamation Authority Relative to Foreign Trade 
        Articles of the West Bank or Gaza Strip (H.R. 3074) (H. Rept. 
        104-495) [25MR]
    Safeguard Taxpayer Rights (H.R. 2337) (H. Rept. 104-506) [28MR]
    Shipbuilding Trade Agreement Act (H.R. 2754) (H. Rept. 104-524) 
        [18AP]
    Small Business Job Protection Act (H.R. 3448) (H. Rept. 104-586) 
        [20MY]
    Social Security Administration Demonstration Projects Extension 
        (H.R. 4039) (H. Rept. 104-786) [16SE]
    Tax Treatment of Military Income Derived From Services Performed 
        During a Contingency Operation (H.R. 2778) (H. Rept. 104-465) 
        [29FE]

COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE
  Bills and resolutions
    Baker, Representative Richard H.: election to the Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (see H. Res. 467) 
        [26JN]
    Committee on Standards of Official Conduct (House): authorizing 
        expenditures (see H. Res. 377) [7MR]
    Funderburk, Representative: election to Committee on Agriculture 
        (House) (see H. Res. 509) [2AU]
    Hayes, Representative: election to the Committee on Ways and Means 
        (House) (see H. Res. 343, 397) [25JA] [29MR]
    House Rules: authority of the Committee on Rules (House) to report 
        rules or orders waiving the germaneness requirement (see H. 
        Res. 505) [1AU]
    ------improve committee operations, procedures, and staffing (see 
        H. Res. 480) [16JY]
    ------procedures of the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct 
        (House) (see H. Res. 346) [25JA]

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    ------provide public access to committee documents over the 
        Internet (see H. Res. 478) [16JY]
    ------require witnesses at committee hearings to disclose Federal 
        grants or contracts received during current and previous 
        fiscal years (see H. Res. 486) [22JY]
    ------time limits on questioning of witnesses by Members of 
        certain standing committees and subcommittees (see H. Res. 
        550) [27SE]
    Jackson, Representative: election to the Committee on Banking and 
        Financial Services (House) (see H. Res. 337) [5JA]
    Klug, Representative: election to the Committee on Government 
        Reform and Oversight (House) (see H. Res. 485) [22JY]
    McNulty, Representative: election to the Committee on Ways and 
        Means (House) (see H. Res. 344) [25JA]
    Members of Congress: majority party appointments (see H. Res. 462) 
        [25JN]
    ------minority party appointments (see H. Res. 367, 408, 414, 447, 
        523) [28FE] [22AP] [25AP] [5JN] [17SE]
    Neumann, Representative: election to the Committee on the Budget 
        (House) (see H. Res. 357) [1FE]
    Parker, Representative: election to the Committee on 
        Appropriations (House) (see H. Res. 382) [14MR]
    Serrano, Representative: election to the Committee on 
        Appropriations (House) (see H. Res. 383) [14MR]

COMMODITY CREDIT CORP.
  Messages
    CCC Report: President Clinton [22MY]

COMMODITY EXCHANGE ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Commodities markets: amend rules relative to certain transactions 
        (see H.R. 4276) [28SE]
    Contracts: regulatory requirements relative to the purchase or 
        sale of commodities from markets located abroad (see H.R. 
        3891) [24JY]

COMMON CARRIERS
related term(s) Aviation; Cargo Transportation; Motor Vehicles; 
    Railroads; Transportation
  Bills and resolutions
    Aviation: regulation of scheduled passenger air service at 
        reliever airports (see H.R. 3141) [21MR]
    Crime: strengthen penalties and prohibitions against sabotage of 
        rail transportation or other mass transit (see H.R. 2949) 
        [1FE]
    Dept. of Transportation: solicit proposals from air carriers to 
        provide air service to certain areas (see H.R. 3739) [27JN]
    FAA: essential air service funding (see H.R. 3037) [6MR]
    ------regulations relative to recirculation of fresh air in 
        commercial aircraft (see H.R. 3626) [12JN]
    Railroads: hours of service of employees (see H.R. 3413) [8MY]
    ------improve rail transportation safety (see H.R. 3106, 3578) 
        [18MR] [5JN]
    ------reform the Federal Railroad Administration and improve 
        safety laws (see H.R. 3335) [25AP]
    Transportation: prohibit smoking in any federally financed 
        transportation facility (see H.R. 4333) [30SE]
  Messages
    Railroad Retirement Board: President Clinton [27SE]

COMMON SENSE LEGAL STANDARDS REFORM ACT
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 956, provisions [13MR]
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (H.R. 956): consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 
        394) [27MR]
  Conference reports
    Provisions (H.R. 956) [14MR]
  Messages
    Veto of H.R. 956, Provisions: President Clinton [6MY]
  Motions
    Enact (H.R. 956) [28FE] [29FE]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 956, Provisions: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 394) (H. Rept. 104-503) 
        [27MR]
    Provisions: Committee of Conference (H.R. 956) (H. Rept. 104-481) 
        [14MR]

COMMON SENSE PRODUCT LIABILITY LEGAL REFORM ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (H.R. 956): consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 
        394) [27MR]
  Conference reports
    Provisions (H.R. 956) [14MR]
  Messages
    Veto of H.R. 956, Provisions: President Clinton [6MY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 956, Provisions: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 394) (H. Rept. 104-503) 
        [27MR]
    Provisions: Committee of Conference (H.R. 956) (H. Rept. 104-481) 
        [14MR]

COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES
  Bills and resolutions
    Ukraine: anniversary of the Chornobyl nuclear reactor accident 
        (see H. Con. Res. 167) [24AP]

COMMUNICATIONS
see Telecommunications; Communications Act

COMMUNICATIONS ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Telecommunications: continued operation of certain overlapping 
        stations (see H.R. 3073) [12MR]

COMMUNISM
  Bills and resolutions
    China, People's Republic of: most-favored-nation status (see H.J. 
        Res. 181, 182) [12JN] [13JN]
    ------most-favored-nation status (H.J. Res. 182), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 463) [25JN]
    ------most-favored-nation status relative to the admission of the 
        Republic of China to the World Trade Organization (see H.R. 
        3569) [4JN]
    ------U.S. policy (see H. Res. 461) [25JN]
    ------U.S. policy (H. Res. 461), consideration (see H. Res. 463) 
        [25JN]
    China, Republic of: U.S. policy on regional stability and defense 
        (see H. Con. Res. 148) [7MR]
    Cuba: strengthen international economic sanctions and support 
        transition to democratically elected government (H.R. 927), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 370) [5MR]
    Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act: amend relative to the 
        exclusion of certain aliens (see H.R. 3980) [2AU]
    International law: return of or compensation for properties 
        confiscated during Nazi, Facist, or Communist occupation (see 
        H. Con. Res. 228) [27SE]
  Conference reports
    Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act (H.R. 927) [4MR]
  Messages
    National Emergency Relative to Cuba: President Clinton [4MR]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 927, Cuban Liberty and 
        Democratic Solidarity Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        370) (H. Rept. 104-470) [5MR]
    Consideration of H. Res. 461, U.S. Policy Towards the People's 
        Republic of China: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 463) 
        (H. Rept. 104-636) [25JN]
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 182, Most-Favored-Nation Status for the 
        People's Republic of China: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 463) (H. Rept. 104-636) [25JN]
    Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 927) (H. Rept. 104-468) [4MR]
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for the People's Republic of China: 
        Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.J. Res. 182) (H. Rept. 
        104-634) [25JN]

COMMUNITIES
see Urban Areas

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
related term(s) Urban Areas
  Bills and resolutions
    Federal aid programs: deny community development block grants to 
        States that allow recovery of damages for injuries suffered in 
        the commission of a felony (see H.R. 3736) [27JN]

COMMUNITY REINVESTMENT ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Financial institutions: consideration of a depository 
        institution's record on consumer fees relative to the 
        Community Reinvestment Act (see H.R. 3301) [23AP]
    ------require performance data reporting to verify availability of 
        credit on a nondiscriminatory basis (see H.R. 3826) [16JY]

COMMUNITY SERVICE
related term(s) Volunteer Workers
  Bills and resolutions
    Broadcasting: require broadcasters to participate in substance 
        abuse information programs as part of their public service 
        obligation (see H.R. 3334) [25AP]
    Community Services Block Grant Act: composition of boards of 
        community action agencies and nonprofit private organizations 
        (see H.R. 4254) [27SE]
    Liuzzo, Viola: tribute (see H. Res. 420) [1MY]
    Public buildings: community use of public facilities that are 
        acquired, constructed, or rehabilitated using community 
        development block grants (see H.R. 3888) [24JY]
    Substance abuse: tribute to youth alternative programs created by 
        Rotarians Against Substance Abuse Foundation, Concord, CA, 
        First Presbyterian Church, and Contra Costa County, CA, 
        Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council (see H. Con. Res. 162) [16AP]
  Reports filed
    Encourage the Donation of Food and Grocery Products to Needy 
        Individuals: Committee on Economic and Educational 
        Opportunities (House) (H.R. 2428) (H. Rept. 104-661) [9JY]

COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Federal aid programs: composition of boards of community action 
        agencies and nonprofit private organizations (see H.R. 4254) 
        [27SE]

COMPACTS
see Interstate Compacts

COMPREHENSIVE AIDS RESOURCES EMERGENCY ACT
  Conference reports
    Reauthorization (S. 641) [30AP]
  Reports filed
    Reauthorization: Committee of Conference (S. 641) (H. Rept. 104-
        545) [30AP]

COMPREHENSIVE ANTITERRORISM ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (H.R. 2703): consideration (see H. Res. 376, 380) [7MR] 
        [12MR]
  Motions
    Enact (H.R. 2703) [13MR] [14MR]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 2703, Provisions: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 380) (H. Rept. 104-480) [12MR]

COMPREHENSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE, COMPENSATION, AND LIABILITY ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Courts: treatment of certain parties relative to liability (see 
        H.R. 3105) [18MR]
    Ecology and environment: eligibility for Federal assistance 
        relative to development of brownfield sites (see H.R. 3746) 
        [27JN]
    ------establish loan program for cleanup of brownfield sites (see 
        H.R. 3214) [29MR]
    Economy: promote revitalization through Federal assistance for 
        cleanup of abandoned or contaminated properties (see H.R. 
        2919, 3093) [31JA] [14MR]

COMPREHENSIVE TERRORISM PREVENTION ACT
  Appointments
    Conferees: S. 735, provisions [14MR]
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (S. 735): consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 
        405) [17AP]
  Conference reports
    Provisions (S. 735) [15AP]
  Motions
    Enact (S. 735) [14MR]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 735, Provisions: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 405) (H. Rept. 104-522) 
        [17AP]
    Provisions: Committee of Conference (S. 735) (H. Rept. 104-518) 
        [15AP]

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COMPUTERS
related term(s) Electronics; Technology; Telecommunications
  Bills and resolutions
    Abortion: transmission of information relative to abortion over 
        computer information services (see H.R. 3057) [7MR]
    Children and youth: provide parental control of child access to 
        online services (see H.R. 3089) [14MR]
    Congress: increase understanding and usage of the Internet (see H. 
        Con. Res. 185) [13JN]
    Consumers: imposition of additional fees for use of certain 
        automatic teller machines utilizing a national or regional 
        network (see H.R. 3221, 3246) [29MR] [15AP]
    ------notification of additional fees for use of certain automatic 
        teller machines utilizing a national or regional network (see 
        H.R. 3727) [26JN]
    Crime: prohibit certain uses of computers in the furtherance of 
        crimes (see H.R. 4095) [17SE]
    Education: recognize businesses that participate with schools to 
        enhance the teaching and use of technology (see H.R. 3921) 
        [30JY]
    Elections: provide candidates for Federal offices free access to 
        interactive computer services for dissemination of campaign 
        information (see H.R. 3700) [20JN]
    ------require quarterly FEC candidate reports to be filed 
        electronically and accessible through the Internet (see H.R. 
        3653) [13JN]
    Foreign trade: prevent intellectual property piracy of databases 
        (see H.R. 3531) [23MY]
    Freedom of Information Act: provide public access to information 
        in an electronic format (see H.R. 3802, 3885) [12JY] [24JY]
    Freedom of speech: protection on-line and on the Internet (see 
        H.R. 3606) [10JN]
    House of Representative: access to voting records and legislative 
        activities of Members through the official Internet home page 
        (see H. Res. 454) [12JN]
    House Rules: provide public access to committee documents over the 
        Internet (see H. Res. 478) [16JY]
    ------require Members to establish office policies relative to the 
        use of computer software, programs, and data bases (see H. 
        Res. 533) [24SE]
    Information services: regulate use of personal information 
        obtained by interactive computer services (see H.R. 4113, 
        4299, 4326) [18SE] [28SE]
    Law enforcement officers: establish a national clearinghouse to 
        assist in background checks of law enforcement applicants (see 
        H.R. 3263) [17AP]
    National Telecommunications and Information Administration: report 
        on hate speech relative to the Internet (see H.R. 3781) [10JY]
    NetDay96: tribute (see H. Res. 521) [12SE]
    OMB: establish electronic data reporting standards (see H.R. 3869) 
        [23JY]
    Pornography: restrict transmission of obscene or indecent material 
        to minors by computer (see H.R. 3606) [10JN]
    Schools: maximize use of available technology (see H.R. 4180) 
        [25SE]
    Taxation: exempt certain small businesses from use of electronic 
        fund transfer system for depository taxes (see H.R. 4251) 
        [27SE]
    ------treatment of computer software (see H.R. 4169) [25SE]
    Technology: use, sale, and export of encryption products for 
        privacy and security (see H.R. 3011) [5MR]
    Telecommunications: availability of universal service relative to 
        Native Americans and Alaskan natives (see H. Res. 556) [2OC]
    ------protection of consumer privacy relative to new 
        communications technologies (see H.R. 3685) [20JN]
    ------reform policies regulating competition (S. 652), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 353) [31JA]
    USIA: provide computer access to multilingual text and voice 
        recordings of VOA transcripts (see H.R. 3916) [30JY]
  Conference reports
    Telecommunications Act (S. 652) [31JA]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 652, Telecommunications 
        Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 353) (H. Rept. 104-
        459) [31JA]
    Public Access to Information in an Electronic Format: Committee on 
        Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 3802) (H. Rept. 
        104-795) [17SE]
    Telecommunications Act: Committee of Conference (S. 652) (H. Rept. 
        104-458) [31JA]
    Year 2000 Computer Software Conversion--Summary of Oversight 
        Findings and Recommendations: Committee on Government Reform 
        and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-857) [27SE]

CONCORD, CA
  Bills and resolutions
    Substance abuse: tribute to youth alternative programs created by 
        Rotarians Against Substance Abuse Foundation, Concord, CA, 
        First Presbyterian Church, and Contra Costa County, CA, 
        Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council (see H. Con. Res. 162) [16AP]

CONDIT, GARY A. (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 2854, Agricultural Market Transition Act [14MR]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Air pollution: regulatory requirements relative to upwind 
        nonattainment areas (see H.R. 4339) [3OC]
    Budget: reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 2530), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 333) [4JA]
    ------require President's budget submission to Congress include a 
        balanced budget plan (see H.R. 3379) [1MY]
    Dos Palos, CA: conveyance of certain lands to the Dos Palos Ag 
        Boosters (see H.R. 4041) [10SE]
    Employment: overtime requirements of certain law enforcement 
        employees working at police training facilities (see H.R. 
        4172) [25SE]
    Pensions: prohibit certain transaction rules relative to 401(k) 
        pension plans (see H.R. 3688) [20JN]
    Pesticides: definition and regulation of the minor use of 
        pesticides (H.R. 1627), consideration (see H. Res. 443) [29MY]
    Stanislaus County, CA: conveyance of certain lands (see H.R. 4088) 
        [17SE]

CONFERENCE REPORTS
  Bills and resolutions
    House Rules: imposition of ``Ramseyer requirement'' on conference 
        reports (see H. Res. 549) [27SE]
  Texts of
    Administrative Dispute Resolution Act (H.R. 2977) [25SE]
    AIDS Resources Emergency Act Reauthorization (S. 641) [30AP]
    Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act (H.R. 2854) [25MR]
    Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations (H.R. 3603) [30JY]
    Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (S. 735) [15AP]
    Coast Guard Appropriations (S. 1004) [27SE]
    Common Sense Product Liability Legal Reform Act (H.R. 956) [14MR]
    Continuing Appropriations (H.R. 3019) [25AP] [30AP]
    Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act (H.R. 927) [4MR]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H.R. 3610) [28SE]
    Dept. of Defense Military Activities and Personnel Strengths 
        Appropriations (S. 1124) [22JA], (H.R. 3230) [30JY]
    Dept. of Defense Military Construction, Family Housing, and Base 
        Realignment and Closure Appropriations (H.R. 3517) [30JY]
    Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 
        3675) [16SE]
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Independent 
        Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 3666) [20SE]
    District of Columbia Appropriations (H.R. 2546) [31JA], (H.R. 
        3845) [1AU]
    Energy and Water Development Appropriations (H.R. 3816) [12SE]
    FAA Programs Reauthorization (H.R. 3539) [26SE]
    Foreign Affairs Agencies' Consolidation (H.R. 1561) [8MR]
    Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (H.R. 3103) 
        [31JY]
    Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (H.R. 
        2202) [24SE]
    Intelligence Services Appropriations (H.R. 3259) [24SE]
    Legislative Branch of the Government Appropriations (H.R. 3754) 
        [31JY]
    Line Item Veto Act (S. 4) [21MR]
    National Securities Markets Improvement Act (H.R. 3005) [28SE]
    Presidio Facilities and Parks and Public Lands Management (H.R. 
        1296) [24SE]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation 
        (H.R. 3734) [30JY]
    Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments (S. 1316) [1AU]
    Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res 178) 
        [7JN]
    Small Business Job Protection Act (H.R. 3448) [1AU]
    Telecommunications Act (S. 652) [31JA]
    Water Resources Development Act (S. 640) [25SE]
    Workforce and Career Development Act (H.R. 1617) [25JY]

CONGRESS
  Appointments
    Committee on Economics (Joint) [7MR]
    Committee To Escort the President [23JA]
    Conferees: H. Con. Res. 178, setting forth the Federal budget for 
        1997-2002 [30MY]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
    ------H.R. 3754, legislative branch of the Government 
        appropriations [30JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Adjournment (see H. Con. Res. 133, 141, 157, 192, 203, 230) [9JA] 
        [1FE] [29MR] [27JN] [26JY] [28SE]
    ------consideration (see H. Res. 465) [26JN]
    Alderson, Wayne T.: award Medal of Honor (see H.R. 2961; H. Con. 
        Res. 143) [1FE]
    Appropriations: public disclosure of funding used to conduct field 
        examinations of appropriation estimates (see H.R. 4293) [28SE]
    ------waive enrollment requirements for certain appropriations 
        legislation (see H.J. Res. 197) [28SE]
    Baker, Representative Richard H.: election to the Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (see H. Res. 467) 
        [26JN]
    Budget: reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (see H.R. 
        2903, 3734, 3829) [26JA] [27JN] [17JY]
    ------reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 2530), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 333) [4JA]
    ------reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 3734), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 482) [17JY]
    ------reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 3734), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 492, 495) 
        [30JY] [31JY]
    ------reform process (see H.R. 4285) [28SE]
    ------require President's budget submission to Congress include a 
        balanced budget plan (see H.R. 3379) [1MY]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1996-2002 (H. Con. Res. 
        66), consideration (see H. Res. 424) [2MY]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1997-2002 (see H. Con. 
        Res. 174, 178) [9MY] [14MY]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 
        178), consideration (see H. Res. 435) [15MY]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 
        178), consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 450) 
        [10JN]
    ------use of mediators in discussions between Congress and the 
        President to produce a balanced budget (see H. Con. Res. 137) 
        [31JA]
    Business and industry: ensure congressional approval of compliance 
        costs relative to Government regulations (see H.R. 3277) 
        [18AP]
    Cagney, James: award Congressional Gold Medal (see H.R. 3765) 
        [9JY]
    Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of Grounds for 
        Congressional Family Picnic (see H. Con. Res. 198) [11JY]
    ------recognize contributions of all American citizens in the 
        National Statuary Hall (see H. Con. Res. 158) [29MR]
    ------restoration of statue honoring women's suffrage and 
        relocation to the rotunda (see H. Con. Res. 216) [24SE]

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    Children and youth: proclaim as greatest U.S. asset (see H. Res. 
        434) [14MY]
    China, People's Republic of: U.S. policy relative to membership in 
        World Trade Organization (see H.R. 4065) [12SE]
    Clinton, President: notification that a quorum has assembled (see 
        H. Res. 325) [3JA]
    Committee on Information (Joint): establish (see H.R. 4280) [28SE]
    Computers: increase understanding and usage of the Internet (see 
        H. Con. Res. 185) [13JN]
    Congressional Office of Compliance: approval of final regulations 
        relative to employing offices of the House of Representatives 
        (see H. Res. 400, 504; H. Con. Res. 207) [15AP] [1AU]
    ------provide educational assistance to employing offices of the 
        House of Representatives (see H. Res. 401) [15AP]
    Constitution: duties (see H. Res. 431) [10MY]
    Constitutional amendments: require a three-fifths majority on the 
        passage of legislation increasing revenue (see H.J. Res. 159) 
        [1FE]
    ------require a three-fifths majority on the passage of 
        legislation increasing revenue (H.J. Res. 159), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 395) [29MR]
    ------require a two-thirds majority on the passage of legislation 
        increasing revenue (see H.J. Res. 169) [28MR]
    Crime: punish false statements during debate on the floor of 
        either House of Congress (see H.R. 3996) [2AU]
    Elections: campaign ethics reform and contribution limits (see 
        H.R. 2944, 3053, 3274, 3505, 3543, 3588, 3760, 3800, 3820) 
        [1FE] [7MR] [18AP] [22MY] [29MY] [5JN] [9JY] [12JY] [16JY]
    ------campaign ethics reform and contribution limits (H.R. 2566), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 373) [6MR]
    ------campaign ethics reform and contribution limits (H.R. 3820), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 481) [17JY]
    ------clarify procedure for determining State population for 
        purposes of congressional apportionment (see H.R. 3589) [5JN]
    ------comply with campaign spending limits and enhance importance 
        of individual and intradistrict contributions (see H.R. 3912) 
        [26JY]
    ------constitutional amendment relative to expenditure of money to 
        elect public officials (see H.J. Res. 187) [25JY]
    ------constitutional amendment to regulate campaign expenditures 
        and contribution limits (see H.J. Res. 172) [18AP]
    ------establish a temporary commission to recommend reforms for 
        Federal office (see H.R. 4327) [28SE]
    ------limitations on campaign contributions to qualifying and 
        nonqualifying House of Representatives candidates (see H.R. 
        3122) [20MR]
    ------provide candidates for Federal offices free access to 
        interactive computer services for dissemination of campaign 
        information (see H.R. 3700) [20JN]
    ------require that odd-numbered year contributions be from 
        individuals only (see H.R. 3397) [7MY]
    ------revise rules on independent expenditures (see H.R. 3208) 
        [29MR]
    ------spending limits on Federal campaigns (see H.R. 3658) [13JN]
    Emergency Management Assistance Compact: congressional consent 
        (see H.J. Res. 193) [17SE]
    Emerson, Bill: tribute (see H. Res. 459) [25JN]
    Federal Election Campaign Act: amend (see H.R. 3505) [22MY]
    Federal employees: strengthen post-employment restrictions on 
        foreign representation (see H.R. 3434) [10MY]
    Federal-State relations: prevent Federal interference relative to 
        constitutional authority (see H.R. 3411) [8MY]
    Fry, Varian: award Congressional Gold Medal (see H.R. 3352) [30AP]
    FTC: impose monetary penalties for use of fraudulent political 
        advertisements (see H.R. 3995) [2AU]
    Gephardt, Representative: investigation by independent counsel 
        relative to certain financial transactions (see H. Res. 524, 
        531) [19SE] [24SE]
    Gingrich, Representative: investigation by independent counsel 
        relative to GOPAC (see H. Res. 468) [27JN]
    ------release of independent counsel report relative to GOPAC (see 
        H. Res. 526, 532) [19SE] [24SE]
    Government: establish uniform accounting systems, standards, and 
        reporting systems (see H.R. 4061, 4319) [11SE] [28SE]
    ------reform disclosure of lobbying activities to influence the 
        Federal Government (S. 1060), technical corrections (see H.R. 
        3435) [10MY]
    ------require comparable treatment of the President, Vice 
        President, Members of Congress and certain high-level 
        Government employees with Federal employees during Government 
        shutdown (see H.R. 2855, 2882) [5JA] [25JA]
    Government regulations: require congressional approval of certain 
        proposed rules (see H.R. 2990) [28FE]
    House of Representative: access to voting records and legislative 
        activities of Members through the official Internet home page 
        (see H. Res. 454) [12JN]
    House of Representatives: enactment of certain legislation (see 
        H.R. 3136) [21MR]
    ------enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 3136), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 391) [27MR]
    ------enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 3136), waiving 
        enrollment requirements (see H.J. Res. 168) [26MR]
    ------establish a commission on size of membership and election 
        process (see H.R. 4076) [12SE]
    ------establish disclosure requirements relative to franked mail 
        (see H.R. 3772) [10JY]
    ------fixing the hour of daily meeting (see H. Res. 327) [3JA]
    ------implementation of Office Waste Recycling Program (see H. 
        Res. 513) [2AU]
    ------limit election expenditures for candidates (see H.R. 3651) 
        [13JN]
    ------official mail allowance (see H.R. 3771) [10JY]
    ------official travel restrictions to foreign countries during 
        periods of lapsed appropriations (see H.R. 2841) [3JA]
    ------prevent mass mailings during an election year (see H.R. 
        3773) [10JY]
    ------printing of House Rules and Manual for 105th Congress (see 
        H. Res. 552) [28SE]
    ------prohibit recess or adjournment during periods of lapsed 
        appropriations (see H. Res. 332) [4JA]
    ------provide for a nonvoting delegate from the Northern Mariana 
        Islands (see H.R. 3879, 4067) [23JY] [12SE]
    ------reduce number of pieces of mail constituting a mass mailing 
        (see H.R. 3774) [10JY]
    ------require Members to submit annual reports on federally funded 
        travel for publication in the Congressional Record (see H. 
        Res. 423) [2MY]
    ------set date for convening of any organizational caucus or 
        conference for the 105th Congress (see H. Res. 551) [28SE]
    ------transition for new Members (see H.R. 3544) [29MY]
    House Rules: allow consideration of floor amendments supported by 
        20 percent of both the majority and minority membership (see 
        H. Res. 548) [27SE]
    ------authority of the Committee on Rules (House) to report rules 
        or orders waiving the germaneness requirement (see H. Res. 
        505) [1AU]
    ------authority of the Speaker to declare recess (see H. Res. 330, 
        352) [3JA] [31JA]
    ------imposition of ``Ramseyer requirement'' on conference reports 
        (see H. Res. 549) [27SE]
    ------improve committee operations, procedures, and staffing (see 
        H. Res. 480) [16JY]
    ------postpone final action on legislative branch appropriations 
        until all other appropriations bills have been enacted (see H. 
        Res. 358) [1FE]
    ------prohibit foreign travel by retiring Members (see H. Res. 
        361) [1FE]
    ------provide public access to committee documents over the 
        Internet (see H. Res. 478) [16JY]
    ------question of privilege relative to public debt ceiling (see 
        H. Res. 354) [31JA]
    ------question of privilege relative to withdrawal of invitation 
        to Jacques Chirac to address a joint meeting of Congress (see 
        H. Res. 350) [30JA]
    ------random drug testing of officers and employees (see H. Res. 
        512) [2AU]
    ------reduce number of programs covered by appropriation bills 
        (see H. Res. 476, 514) [11JY] [2AU]
    ------reform trust relationships (see H. Res. 477) [12JY]
    ------require drug testing of Members, officers, and staff (see H. 
        Res. 510, 519) [2AU] [11SE]
    ------require Members to establish office policies relative to the 
        use of computer software, programs, and data bases (see H. 
        Res. 533) [24SE]
    ------same-day consideration of certain resolutions and 
        consideration of legislation under suspension of the rules 
        (see H. Res. 412, 525, 546) [24AP] [19SE] [27SE]
    ------time limits on questioning of witnesses by Members of 
        certain standing committees and subcommittees (see H. Res. 
        550) [27SE]
    Interstate Insurance Receivership Compact: congressional consent 
        (see H.J. Res. 189) [4SE]
    Jackson, Representative: election to the Committee on Banking and 
        Financial Services (House) (see H. Res. 337) [5JA]
    Klug, Representative: election to the Committee on Government 
        Reform and Oversight (House) (see H. Res. 485) [22JY]
    Legislative branch of the Government: compensation practices and 
        pay equity (see H. Con. Res. 194) [27JN]
    ------making appropriations (see H.R. 3754) [8JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3754), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 473) [9JY]
    Lobbyists: penalty for transmission of fraudulent communications 
        to Congress (see H.R. 3128) [20MR]
    ------prohibit use of funds by Federal agencies to lobby for or 
        against any legislative proposal (see H.R. 3078) [13MR]
    ------reform lobbying disclosure and gift rules (see H.R. 3140) 
        [21MR]
    McNulty, Representative: election to the Committee on Ways and 
        Means (House) (see H. Res. 344) [25JA]
    Members of Congress: deny Federal retirement annuities to Members 
        convicted of felonies (see H.R. 3310, 3447, 4011) [24AP] 
        [10MY] [2AU]
    ------eliminate automatic salary adjustments (see H.R. 3956) [2AU]
    ------retirement eligibility (see H.R. 3887) [24JY]
    Monuments and memorials: prohibit extension or establishment of 
        any national monument in Idaho without public participation 
        and an express act of Congress [19SE]
    ------prohibit extension or establishment of any national monument 
        in Oregon without public participation and an express act of 
        Congress (see H.R. 4294) [28SE]
    ------require an act of Congress to extend or establish any 
        national monuments (see H.R. 4147, 4214) [24SE] [26SE]
    Neumann, Representative: election to the Committee on the Budget 
        (House) (see H. Res. 357) [1FE]
    Northeast Interstate Dairy Compact: repeal consent of Congress 
        (see H.R. 3177, 4035) [27MR] [5SE]
    105th Congress: set date for convening and the date for the 
        counting of electoral votes for President and Vice President 
        (see H.J. Res. 198) [28SE]
    OPM: require annual reports to Congress on changes to Federal 
        retiree health benefits (see H.R. 3462) [15MY]
    Permanent Performance Review Commission: establish (see H.R. 3982) 
        [2AU]
    Political campaigns: disclosure of identity of persons paying for 
        telephone poll expenses (see H.R. 4183) [25SE]
    Political ethics: restore integrity, goodwill, honesty, and trust 
        (see H.R. 3792) [11JY]
    Public debt: ceiling (see H.R. 2862, 2896, 2897, 2920, 3136) 
        [22JA] [25JA] [31JA] [21MR]
    ------ceiling (H.R. 2409), engrossment (see H. Res. 356) [1FE]
    ------ceiling (H.R. 3136), consideration (see H. Res. 391) [27MR]
    ------ceiling (H.R. 3136), waiving enrollment requirements (see 
        H.J. Res. 168) [26MR]

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    ------enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust funds (see 
        H.R. 3021) [6MR]
    ------enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust funds (H.R. 
        3021), consideration (see H. Res. 371) [6MR]
    Senate: notify that a quorum of the House of Representatives has 
        assembled (see H. Res. 326) [3JA]
    Social Security: budget treatment of trust funds (see H.R. 2897) 
        [25JA]
    ------submit Board of Trustees report to Congress on Federal 
        hospital insurance trust fund (see H. Con. Res. 169) [1MY]
    States: congressional consent for mutual aid agreement between the 
        cities of Bristol, VA, and Bristol, TN (see H.J. Res. 166) 
        [21MR]
    Taxation: expand definition of limited tax benefits applicable to 
        line-item veto (see H.R. 3566) [4JN]
    Telephones: impose fees for the allocation of toll-free phone 
        numbers (see H. Con. Res. 175) [10MY]
    Washington, George: reading of Farewell Address at the beginning 
        of each Congress (see H. Con. Res. 222) [26SE]
    Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Regulation Compact: 
        congressional consent to amendments made by Maryland, 
        Virginia, and the District of Columbia (see H.J. Res. 194) 
        [17SE]
  Conference reports
    Legislative Branch of the Government Appropriations (H.R. 3754) 
        [31JY]
    Line Item Veto Act (S. 4) [21MR]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation 
        (H.R. 3734) [30JY]
    Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 178) 
        [7JN]
  Messages
    Federal Budget for Fiscal Year 1997: President Clinton [6FE] 
        [19MR]
    Plan To Achieve a Balanced Budget No Later Than 2002 as Certified 
        by the CBO: President Clinton [9JA]
  Motions
    Budget: reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 3734) 
        [18JY] [24JY]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 
        178) [30MY]
    Constitutional amendments: require a three-fifths majority on the 
        passage of legislation increasing revenue (H.J. Res. 159) 
        [15AP]
    ------require a three-fifths majority on the passage of 
        legislation increasing revenue (H.J. Res. 159), consideration 
        (H. Res. 395) [15AP]
    Elections: campaign ethics reform and contribution limits (H.R. 
        3820) [25JY]
    Gephardt, Representative: investigation by independent counsel 
        relative to certain financial transactions (H. Res. 524) 
        [19SE]
    ------investigation by independent counsel relative to certain 
        financial transactions (H. Res. 531) [24SE]
    Gingrich, Representative: release of independent counsel report 
        relative to GOPAC (H. Res. 526) [19SE]
    ------release of independent counsel report relative to GOPAC (H. 
        Res. 532) [24SE]
    House of Representatives: enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 
        3136) [28MR]
    House Rules: same-day consideration of certain resolutions and 
        consideration of legislation under suspension of the rules (H. 
        Res. 546) [28SE]
    ------same-day consideration of certain resolutions (H. Res. 412) 
        [25AP]
    Legislative branch of the Government: making appropriations (H.R. 
        3754) [10JY] [30JY]
    Public debt: ceiling (H.R. 3136) [28MR]
  Reports filed
    Campaign Ethics Reform and Contribution Limits: Committee on House 
        Oversight (House) (H.R. 3760) (H. Rept. 104-677) [16JY]
    Congressional Consent to the Mutual Aid Agreement Between the 
        Cities of Bristol, VA, and Bristol, TN: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.J. Res. 166) (H. Rept. 104-705) [24JY]
    Congressional Consent to the Vermont-New Hampshire Interstate 
        Public Water Supply Compact: Committee on the Judiciary 
        (House) (H.J. Res. 129) (H. Rept. 104-485) [18MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H. Con. Res. 178, Setting 
        Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 450) (H. Rept. 104-615) [10JN]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3734, Public Welfare 
        Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 492) (H. Rept. 104-720) [30JY], (H. 
        Res. 495) (H. Rept. 104-729) [31JY]
    Consideration of Congressional Adjournment: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 465) (H. Rept. 104-640) [26JN]
    Consideration of H. Con. Res. 178, Setting Forth the Federal 
        Budget for 1997-2002: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 435) 
        (H. Rept. 104-577) [15MY]
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 159, Require a Three-Fifths Majority on 
        the Passage of Legislation Increasing Revenue: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 395) (H. Rept. 104-513) [29MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3021, Debt Limit Enforcement and Obligated 
        Trust Fund Protection: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        371) (H. Rept. 104-473) [6MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3136, Contract With America Advancement Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 391) (H. Rept. 104-500) 
        [27MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3734, Public Welfare Programs Reform 
        Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 482) (H. Rept. 104-686) [17JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3754, Legislative Branch of the Government 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 473) (H. 
        Rept. 104-663) [9JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3820, Campaign Ethics Reform and 
        Contribution Limits: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 481) 
        (H. Rept. 104-685) [17JY]
    House of Representatives Official Allowance That Represents 
        Administrative Reforms: Committee on House Oversight (House) 
        (H.R. 2739) (H. Rept. 104-482) [14MR]
    House Rules Relative to Same-Day Consideration of Certain 
        Resolutions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 412) (H. 
        Rept. 104-535) [24AP]
    House Rules Relative to the Speaker's Authority To Declare Recess: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 330) (H. Rept. 104-445) 
        [3JA], (H. Res. 352) (H. Rept. 104-457) [31JA]
    Legislative Branch of the Government Appropriations: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 3754) (H. Rept. 104-733) [31JY]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3754) (H. Rept. 
        104-657) [8JY]
    Line Item Veto Act: Committee of Conference (S. 4) (H. Rept. 104-
        491) [21MR]
    Lobbying Disclosure Act Technical Corrections: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3435) (H. Rept. 104-699) [24JY]
    Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Board of Review 
        Abolishment: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 
        (House) (H.R. 1036) (H. Rept. 104-596) [29MY]
    Provide for a Nonvoting Delegate From the Northern Mariana Islands 
        in the House of Representatives: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 4067) (H. Rept. 104-856) [27SE]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-725) [30JY]
    ------Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-
        651) [27JN]
    Same-Day Consideration of Certain Resolutions and Consideration of 
        Legislation Under Suspension of the House Rules: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 525) (H. Rept. 104-809) [19SE], (H. 
        Res. 546) (H. Rept. 104-855) [27SE]
    Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002: Committee of 
        Conference (H. Con. Res. 178) (H. Rept. 104-612) [7JN]
    ------Committee on the Budget (House) (H. Con. Res. 178) (H. Rept. 
        104-575) [14MY]
    Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 1997: Committee on 
        Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 104-594) [23MY]
    Year 2000 Computer Software Conversion--Summary of Oversight 
        Findings and Recommendations: Committee on Government Reform 
        and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-857) [27SE]

CONGRESSIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Congressional Office of Compliance: approval of final regulations 
        relative to employing offices of the House of Representatives 
        (see H. Res. 400, 504; H. Con. Res. 207) [15AP] [1AU]
    ------provide educational assistance to employing offices of the 
        House of Representatives (see H. Res. 401) [15AP]

CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Amend (see H.R. 4142) [24SE]

CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE
  Bills and resolutions
    Budget: require use of generational accounting information on 
        Presidential and CBO budget submissions (see H.R. 3076) [13MR]
    Taxation: require use of dynamic economic modeling in the 
        preparation of estimates of proposed changes in Federal 
        revenue law (see H. Con. Res. 170) [2MY]
  Messages
    Plan To Achieve a Balanced Budget No Later Than 2002 as Certified 
        by the CBO: President Clinton [9JA]

CONGRESSIONAL RECORD
  Bills and resolutions
    House of Representatives: require Members to submit annual reports 
        on federally funded travel for publication in the 
        Congressional Record (see H. Res. 423) [2MY]

CONNECTICUT
  Bills and resolutions
    Dept. of Defense: treatment of expenses for contractors who 
        relocate due to cessation of military activities at the 
        Stratford Army Engine Plant (see H.R. 4340) [3OC]
    Long Island Sound: prohibit dumping of dredged material (see H.R. 
        3213) [29MR]
    Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge: require 
        acquisition of lands be only by donation, exchange, or by 
        owner consent (see H.R. 2909) [31JA]
  Messages
    Veto of H.R. 2909, Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife 
        Refuge Eminent Domain Prevention Act: President Clinton [3OC]
  Reports filed
    Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge Eminent Domain 
        Prevention Act: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2909) (H. 
        Rept. 104-579) [16MY]

CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
  Bills and resolutions
    Energy Policy and Conservation Act: extend certain programs (see 
        H.R. 4083) [17SE]
  Reports filed
    Energy Policy and Conservation Act Programs Extension: Committee 
        on Commerce (House) (H.R. 4083) (H. Rept. 104-814) [20SE]

CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES
related term(s) Ecology and Environment; Natural Resources
  Bills and resolutions
    Anadromous Fish Conservation Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 4139) 
        [24SE]
    California: pilot project in the Plumas, Lassen, and Tahoe 
        National Forests to demonstrate resource management activity 
        effectiveness (see H.R. 4082) [17SE]
    ------promote balance between natural resources, economic 
        development and job retention (see H.R. 4032) [5SE]
    Corps of Engineers: authorize water conservation and river and 
        harbor improvement projects (see H.R. 3563, 3592) [4JN] [6JN]
    Dept. of Agriculture: extend contracts under the Conservation 
        Reserve Program (see H.R. 4336) [1OC]

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    Ecology and environment: provide off-budget treatment for the land 
        and water conservation fund (see H.R. 3619) [12JN]
    Forest Service: remove restrictions on acquisitions from other 
        Federal agencies for improved firefighting (see H.R. 3417) 
        [8MY]
    Forests: designate and protect certain Federal lands (see H.R. 
        4145) [24SE]
    Gunnison National Monument: designate Black Canyon as national 
        park, recreation area, and conservation area (see H.R. 3365) 
        [30AP]
    J. Phil Campbell, Sr., Natural Resources Conservation Center, 
        Watkinsville, GA: designate (see H.R. 3387) [1MY]
    Land use: treatment of Federal and non-Federal reclamation 
        projects (see H.R. 3041) [7MR]
    Public lands: enhance conservation and protection of Boundary 
        Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Voyageurs National Park (see 
        H.R. 3470) [16MY]
    Real estate: tax credit for transfer of certain property for 
        conservation purposes (see H.R. 4201) [26SE]
    San Isabel National Forest, CO: extend protection of Spanish Peaks 
        planning area (see H.R. 3969) [2AU]
    Taxation: incentives for endangered species conservation (see H.R. 
        3811) [12JY]
    Walker River Basin: conservation and stabilization of water 
        quantity and quality for fish habitat (see H.R. 3971) [2AU]
    Wetlands: promote restoration, conservation, and enhancement 
        through establishment of a mitigation banking program (see 
        H.R. 3692) [20JN]
    Wilderness areas: protect opportunities for sportsmen and enhance 
        conservation of wildlife (see H.R. 4144) [24SE]
  Motions
    Corps of Engineers: authorize water conservation and river and 
        harbor improvement projects (H.R. 3592) [30JY]
  Reports filed
    Cooperative Fisheries Management Act: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 2160) (H. Rept. 104-517) [15AP]
    J. Phil Campbell, Sr., Natural Resources Conservation Center, 
        Watkinsville, GA: Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 3387) 
        (H. Rept. 104-645) [27JN]
    Water Resources Development Act: Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3592) (H. Rept. 104-695) [22JY]

CONSOLIDATED FARM AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Consolidated Farm Service Agency: provide grace period for lending 
        to delinquent borrowers (see H.R. 3236) [15AP]

CONSOLIDATED FARM SERVICE AGENCY
  Bills and resolutions
    Federal aid programs: provide grace period for lending to 
        delinquent borrowers (see H.R. 3236) [15AP]

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
  Bills and resolutions
    Congress: constitutional amendment to require a three-fifths 
        majority on the passage of legislation increasing revenue (see 
        H.J. Res. 159) [1FE]
    ------constitutional amendment to require a three-fifths majority 
        on the passage of legislation increasing revenue (H.J. Res. 
        159), consideration (see H. Res. 395) [29MR]
    ------constitutional amendment to require a two-thirds majority on 
        the passage of legislation increasing revenue (see H.J. Res. 
        169) [28MR]
    Courts: constitutional amendment to provide that Federal judges be 
        reconfirmed by the Senate every 6 years (see H.J. Res. 160) 
        [16FE]
    ------constitutional amendment to provide that Federal judges be 
        reconfirmed by the Senate every 8 years (see H.J. Res. 164) 
        [19MR]
    Crime: constitutional amendment on protection of victims' rights 
        (see H.J. Res. 173, 174) [22AP]
    Elections: constitutional amendment relative to expenditure of 
        money to elect public officials (see H.J. Res. 171, 187) 
        [29MR] [25JY]
    ------constitutional amendment to regulate campaign expenditures 
        and contribution limits (see H.J. Res. 172) [18AP]
    Electoral College: abolish (see H.J. Res. 180) [12JN]
    Flag--U.S.: constitutional amendment to prohibit desecration (see 
        H.J. Res. 177) [30AP]
    Freedom of religion: constitutional amendment on protection (see 
        H.J. Res. 161, 184) [28FE] [16JY]
    Government: limit judicial authority (see H.J. Res. 167) [21MR]
    Prayer: constitutional amendment allowing prayer in public 
        institutions (see H.J. Res. 186) [23JY]
    President and Vice President: constitutional amendment on direct 
        popular election (see H.J. Res. 180) [12JN]
    Taxation: constitutional amendment to abolish Federal income tax 
        (see H.J. Res. 176) [24AP]
  Motions
    Congress: constitutional amendment to require a three-fifths 
        majority on the passage of legislation increasing revenue 
        (H.J. Res. 159) [15AP]
    ------constitutional amendment to require a three-fifths majority 
        on the passage of legislation increasing revenue (H.J. Res. 
        159), consideration (H. Res. 395) [15AP]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 159, Require a Three-Fifths Majority on 
        the Passage of Legislation Increasing Revenue: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 395) (H. Rept. 104-513) [29MR]

CONSTITUTION--U.S.
  Bills and resolutions
    Congress: constitutional duties (see H. Res. 431) [10MY]
    Federal-State relations: prevent Federal interference relative to 
        constitutional authority (see H.R. 3411) [8MY]
    Freedom of religion: enforce constitutional rights (see H.R. 4129, 
        4130) [20SE]

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES
  Bills and resolutions
    Dept. of HUD: establish consensus committee for maintenance and 
        revision of safety standards for manufactured home 
        construction (see H.R. 3404, 3406) [7MY]
    Dept. of Labor: use of inspectors that meet established standards 
        (see H.R. 3216) [29MR]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: authorize medical facility projects and 
        leases (see H.R. 3376) [1MY]
    ------revise ranking process of applicants and limit awards to 
        States for certain construction grants (see H.R. 3722) [26JN]
    Metric system: conversion requirements (see H.R. 4233) [27SE]
    Minorities: prohibit discrimination relative to surety bonding 
        requirements (see H.R. 3702) [24JN]
    Roads and highways: reuse or disposal of construction and 
        demolition debris (see H.R. 3522) [23MY]
  Reports filed
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs Medical Facility Projects and Leases: 
        Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3376) (H. Rept. 
        104-574) [14MY]
    Metric System Conversion Requirements: Committee on Science 
        (House) (H.R. 2779) (H. Rept. 104-639) [26JN]

CONSUMER CREDIT PROTECTION ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Consumer leases: amend provisions (see H.R. 3515) [22MY]

CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION
  Bills and resolutions
    Safety: implement nonanimal acute toxicity testing for evaluation 
        of consumer products (see H.R. 3173) [27MR]

CONSUMERS
related term(s) Credit; Product Safety
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal Standards Reform Act 
        [13MR]
    ------H.R. 3005, Securities Investment Promotion Act [24JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Agriculture: repeal restrictions on colored margarine (see H.R. 
        2860) [5JA]
    Chemicals: regulatory requirements relative to child safety (see 
        H.R. 4234) [27SE]
    Child labor: labeling system for apparel and sporting goods made 
        without child labor (see H.R. 4125) [19SE]
    Clothing industry: legal accountability for sweatshop conditions 
        (see H.R. 4166) [25SE]
    Consumer Credit Protection Act: amend consumer lease provisions 
        (see H.R. 3515) [22MY]
    Courts: product liability reform (H.R. 956), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 394) [27MR]
    Credit cards: require standard annual percentage rate of interest 
        to open certain accounts (see H.R. 4320) [28SE]
    Dept. of HHS: prepare and publish a consumer guide to prescription 
        drug prices (see H.R. 3059) [8MR]
    Dept. of HUD: establish consensus committee for maintenance and 
        revision of safety standards for manufactured home 
        construction (see H.R. 3404, 3406) [7MY]
    Electric power: provide for retail competition among suppliers 
        (see H.R. 4297) [28SE]
    Financial institutions: consideration of a depository 
        institution's record on consumer fees relative to the 
        Community Reinvestment Act (see H.R. 3301) [23AP]
    ------imposition of additional fees for use of certain automatic 
        teller machines utilizing a national or regional network (see 
        H.R. 3221, 3246) [29MR] [15AP]
    ------increase competition in the financial services sector and 
        merge commercial bank and savings association charters (see 
        H.R. 4182) [25SE]
    ------notification of additional fees for use of certain automatic 
        teller machines utilizing a national or regional network (see 
        H.R. 3727) [26JN]
    Health: liability of raw material and component suppliers to 
        medical device manufacturers (see H.R. 3468) [16MY]
    ------protection of enrollees in managed care plans and health 
        maintenance organizations (see H.R. 4220) [26SE]
    Housing: adjust mortgage loan limits (see H.R. 4063) [12SE]
    Insurance: establish consumer protection standards for the 
        purchase of long-term care insurance (see H.R. 3381) [1MY]
    Investments: regulation and management of financial markets (see 
        H.R. 3005) [5MR]
    Labeling: require ingredient labeling for malt beverages, wine, 
        and distilled spirits (see H.R. 3115) [19MR]
    Medicare: access to medigap supplemental insurance for enrollees 
        in both traditional and managed care plans (see H.R. 3374) 
        [1MY]
    ------establish consumer protections for supplemental insurance 
        plans (see H.R. 4047) [11SE]
    Motor vehicles: improve public education on proper use of child 
        safety restraint systems (see H.R. 4262) [27SE]
    Postal Service: treatment of deceptive or misleading mail (see 
        H.R. 3884) [24JY]
    Public utilities: provide for competition in electric power 
        industry (see H.R. 3790) [11JY]
    ------revision of the regulatory policies governing public utility 
        holding companies (see H.R. 3601) [6JN]
    Real estate: insure and promote consumer education of home equity 
        conversion mortgages (see H.R. 3897) [25JY]
    Safety: implement nonanimal acute toxicity testing for evaluation 
        of consumer products (see H.R. 3173) [27MR]
    Ships and vessels: protect hull designs from unauthorized 
        duplication (see H.R. 4159) [24SE]
    Social Security: provide enrollment period for Medicare and 
        medigap relative to certain military retirees and dependents 
        (see H.R. 4298) [28SE]
    Tariff: skis and snowboards (see H.R. 4212) [26SE]
    Telecommunications: protection of consumer privacy relative to new 
        communications technologies (see H.R. 3685) [20JN]
    Tourist trade: revitalize industry and provide airport security 
        (see H.R. 4312) [28SE]
    Truth in Lending Act: require notice of cancellation rights 
        relative to private mortgage insurance (see H.R. 3556) [30MY]

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  Conference reports
    Common Sense Product Liability Legal Reform Act (H.R 956) [14MR]
    National Securities Markets Improvement Act (H.R. 3005) [28SE]
  Messages
    Veto of H.R. 956, Common Sense Product Liability Legal Reform Act: 
        President Clinton [6MY]
  Motions
    Courts: product liability reform (H.R. 956) [28FE] [29FE]
  Reports filed
    Common Sense Product Liability Legal Reform Act: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 956) (H. Rept. 104-481) [14MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 956, Common Sense 
        Product Liability Legal Reform Act: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 394) (H. Rept. 104-503) [27MR]
    Dept. of Commerce Toll-Free Telephone Number for Consumer 
        Assistance: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 447) (H. Rept. 
        104-753) [2AU]
    Financial Institutions Regulatory Process and Paperwork 
        Requirements Reform: Committee on Banking and Financial 
        Services (House) (H.R. 1858) (H. Rept. 104-103) [18JN]
    National Policy To Provide Health Care and Reform Insurance 
        Procedures: Committee on Economic and Educational 
        Opportunities (House) (H.R. 995) (H. Rept. 104-498) [25MR]
    National Securities Markets Improvement Act: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 3005) (H. Rept. 104-864) [28SE]
    Propane Gas Industry Safety, Training, Research, and Development: 
        Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 1514) (H. Rept. 104-655) 
        [8JY]
    Regulation and Management of Financial Markets: Committee on 
        Commerce (House) (H.R. 3005) (H. Rept. 104-622) [17JN]

CONTE, SILVIO O. (a former Representative from Massachusetts)
  Messages
    Veto of H.R. 2909, Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife 
        Refuge Eminent Domain Prevention Act: President Clinton [3OC]
  Reports filed
    Silvio O. Conte National Fish and Wildlife Refuge Eminent Domain 
        Prevention Act: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2909) (H. 
        Rept. 104-579) [16MY]

CONTINENTAL SHELF
see Outer Continental Shelf

CONTRA COSTA COUNTY, CA
  Bills and resolutions
    Substance abuse: tribute to youth alternative programs created by 
        Rotarians Against Substance Abuse Foundation, Concord, CA, 
        First Presbyterian Church, and Contra Costa County, CA, 
        Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council (see H. Con. Res. 162) [16AP]

CONTRACT WITH AMERICA ADVANCEMENT ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (see H.R. 3136) [21MR]
    Enact (H.R. 3136): consideration (see H. Res. 391) [27MR]
    ------waiving enrollment requirements (see H.J. Res. 168) [26MR]
  Motions
    Enact (H.R. 3136) [28MR]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 3136, Provisions: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 391) (H. Rept. 104-500) [27MR]

CONTRACTS
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 2977, Administrative Dispute Resolution Act [19SE]
  Bills and resolutions
    Arbitration: allow choice as a means of settling disputes (see 
        H.R. 3422) [9MY]
    Business and industry: establish requirements relative to rent-to-
        own transactions (see H.R. 3003) [5MR]
    ------minimize unfair competition between Federal Prison 
        Industries and private firms (see H.R. 3745) [27JN]
    Buy American Act: compliance relative to use of articles, 
        materials, and supplies abroad (see H.R. 4265) [27SE]
    Commodity Exchange Act: regulatory requirements relative to the 
        purchase or sale of commodities from markets located abroad 
        (see H.R. 3891) [24JY]
    Courts: determination of cases alleging breach of secret 
        Government contracts (see H.R. 4224) [26SE]
    Defense industries: establish limitations on taxpayer-financed 
        compensation for defense contractors (see H.R. 3512) [22MY]
    Dept. of Agriculture: payment rate for barley (see H.R. 4002) 
        [2AU]
    Dept. of Defense: funding reductions (see H.R. 3202) [29MR]
    ------procurement of aircraft landing gear manufactured and 
        assembled in the U.S. (see H.R. 3171) [27MR]
    ------prohibit additional payments and revise certain reporting 
        requirements for restructuring costs under defense contracts 
        (see H.R. 3608) [10JN]
    ------prohibit payment under defense contracts of restructuring 
        costs for mergers or acquisitions (see H.R. 3433) [10MY]
    ------restore missing person status to certain civilian and 
        contractor employees (see H.R. 4000) [2AU]
    ------revise reporting requirements of cost restructuring on 
        defense contracts (see H.R. 3444) [10MY]
    ------treatment of expenses for contractors who relocate due to 
        cessation of military activities at the Stratford Army Engine 
        Plant (see H.R. 4340) [3OC]
    Employment: prohibit discrimination in awarding Federal contracts 
        on the basis of labor policies (see H.R. 3095) [14MR]
    ------provide an exemption of overtime compensation for employees 
        of contractors of the Federal Government (see H.R. 3094) 
        [14MR]
    Federal contracts: require employers to provide health and pension 
        plans (see H.R. 3528) [23MY]
    ------require wages paid be above local poverty line (see H.R. 
        3229, 3463) [29MR] [15MY]
    Government: assure operations are free of racial, sexual, and 
        ethnic discrimination (see H.R. 3190) [28MR]
    ------authorize alternative dispute resolution systems (see H.R. 
        2977, 4194) [27FE] [26SE]
    ------improve debt-collection and credit evaluation practices (see 
        H.R. 3809) [12JY]
    ------limit Federal agency payments to contractors for the 
        compensation of any individual (see H.R. 3513) [22MY]
    ------prohibit bundling of contract requirements in procurement 
        (see H.R. 3934) [31JY]
    ------relief for Federal employees, Federal contractors, and 
        employees of Federal contractors for expenses incurred during 
        Government shutdown (see H.R. 2857) [5JA]
    ------requirements for leasing of space by Federal agencies (see 
        H.R. 2904) [26JA]
    ------treatment of Federal contracts relative to shutdowns (see 
        H.R. 2963) [6FE]
    Health: prohibit certain clauses and programs in health care 
        insurance and employment contracts (see H.R. 3222) [29MR]
    ------prohibit certain clauses in health plans that indemnify the 
        insurer against liability (see H.R. 3695) [20JN]
    House Rules: require witnesses at committee hearings to disclose 
        Federal grants or contracts received during current and 
        previous fiscal years (see H. Res. 486) [22JY]
    Medicare: contract reform (see H.R. 3132) [20MR]
    Native Americans: repeal Indian trading laws (see H.R. 3215) 
        [29MR]
    Public lands: recovery and disposal of helium (see H.R. 3008) 
        [5MR]
    Small business: provide development assistance to economically 
        disadvantaged individuals (see H.R. 3994) [2AU]
    ------strengthen Federal contracting opportunities and assess 
        impact of contract bundling by Federal agencies (see H.R. 
        4313) [28SE]
    Small Business Act: exempt dredging activities from certain 
        requirements (see H.R. 3437) [10MY]
    Tongass National Forest: extend timber sale contract with the 
        Ketchikan Pulp Corp. (see H.R. 3659) [13JN]
  Conference reports
    Administrative Dispute Resolution Act (H.R. 2977) [25SE]
  Reports filed
    Administrative Dispute Resolution Act: Committee of Conference 
        (H.R. 2977) (H. Rept. 104-841) [25SE]
    Repeal Indian Trading Laws: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (H.R. 3215) (H. Rept. 104-681) [17JY]
    Restore Missing Person Status to Certain Dept. of Defense Civilian 
        and Contract Employees: Committee on National Security (House) 
        (H.R. 4000) (H. Rept. 104-806) [17SE]

CONYERS, JOHN, JR. (a Representative from Michigan)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 2202, Immigration in the National Interest Act 
        [11SE]
    ------H.R. 2977, Administrative Dispute Resolution Act [19SE]
    ------H.R. 3103, Health Coverage Availability and Affordability 
        Act [11JN]
    ------H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
    ------S. 735, Comprehensive Terrorism Prevention Act [14MR]
    ------S. 1004, Coast Guard appropriations [29FE]
    ------S. 1136, Anticounterfeiting Consumer Protection Act [4JN]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Crime: Federal penalties for carjacking (see H.R. 3676) [19JN]
    Intelligence services: require separate, unclassified statements 
        of the aggregate amount of budget outlays for intelligence 
        activities (see H.R. 3392) [6MY]
    Voting: secure rights of former felons who have been released from 
        incarceration (see H.R. 3028) [6MR]
  Motions offered by
    Courts: product liability reform (H.R. 956) [28FE] [29FE]
    Firearms: repeal ban on assault weapons and large capacity 
        ammunition feeding devices (H.R. 125) [22MR]
    Immigration: admission policies reform, treatment of criminal 
        aliens, alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and 
        border security (H.R. 2202) [11SE]
    Terrorism: improve U.S. ability to respond to terrorist threats 
        (H.R. 2703) [14MR]

COOKEVILLE, TN
  Bills and resolutions
    L. Clure Morton Post Office and Courthouse: designate (see H.R. 
        4070) [12SE]

COOLEY, WES (a Representative from Oregon)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    BLM: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3290) [23AP]
    Monuments and memorials: prohibit extension or establishment of 
        any national monument in Oregon without public participation 
        and an express act of Congress (see H.R. 4294) [28SE]
    Public lands: right-of-way fees and liability standards affecting 
        rural electric cooperatives and other lessees (see H.R. 3377) 
        [1MY]
    William L. Jess Dam and Intake Structure, Jackson County, OR: 
        designate (see H.R. 3875) [23JY]

COOPERATIVE FISHERIES MANAGEMENT ACT
  Reports filed
    Provisions: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2160) (H. Rept. 
        104-517) [15AP]

COPYRIGHTS
related term(s) Patents
  Bills and resolutions
    China, People's Republic of: increased tariffs relative to 
        intellectual property rights (see H.R. 3421) [8MY]
    ------membership in World Trade Organization relative to 
        protection of intellectual property rights (see H. Res. 429) 
        [9MY]

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    Flag--U.S.: copyright and impose criminal penalties for 
        desecration (see H.R. 3883) [23JY]
    Foreign trade: prevent intellectual property piracy of databases 
        (see H.R. 3531) [23MY]

CORPORATE INDEPENDENCE COMMISSION
  Bills and resolutions
    Establish (see H.R. 3351) [30AP]

CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING
  Bills and resolutions
    Public broadcasting: promote financial self-sufficiency (see H.R. 
        2979) [28FE]
  Messages
    Report: President Clinton [9JY]

CORPORATION FOR THE PROMOTION OF RIFLE PRACTICE AND FIREARMS SAFETY
  Bills and resolutions
    Abolish (see H.R. 3466) [15MY]

CORPORATIONS
related term(s) Business and Industry
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 3448, Small Business Job Protection Act [26JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Business and industry: acquisition of domestically-developed 
        technology by U.S. companies (see H. Con. Res. 202) [25JY]
    ------discourage relocation to foreign countries and encourage 
        creation of new jobs (see H.R. 3252) [16AP]
    ------reduce Federal subsidies and strengthen tax treatment of 
        individuals who renounce their citizenship (see H.R. 4122) 
        [19SE]
    Charities: improve disclosure of charitable contributions (see 
        H.R. 3272) [18AP]
    ------require shareholders views relative to charitable 
        contributions (see H.R. 3273) [18AP]
    Corporate Independence Commission: establish (see H.R. 3351) 
        [30AP]
    D&S International, Inc.: relief (see H.R. 3502) [21MY]
    Government: provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (see H.R. 3448) 
        [14MY]
    ------provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (H.R. 3448), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 440) [21MY]
    ------provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (H.R. 3448), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 503) [1AU]
    SEC: funding for reduction of fees (see H.R. 2972) [27FE]
    Taxation: allow companies to donate scientific equipment to 
        schools (see H.R. 3498) [21MY]
    ------apply denial of deduction for excessive employee 
        compensation to all employees (see H.R. 4124) [19SE]
    ------reduce certain benefits allowable to profitable, large 
        corporations that make workforce reductions (see H.R. 3333) 
        [25AP]
    ------treatment of capital gains and losses on the sale of a 
        principal residence (see H.R. 4231) [27SE]
    ------treatment of corporations (see H.R. 3102) [14MR]
    ------treatment of tax free corporate liquidations and receipt of 
        debt-financed property in such a liquidation (see H.R. 4243) 
        [27SE]
  Conference reports
    Small Business Job Protection Act (H.R. 3448) [1AU]
  Motions
    Government: provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (H.R. 3448) 
        [26JY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3448, Small Business 
        Job Protection Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 503) 
        (H. Rept. 104-739) [1AU]
    Consideration of H.R. 3448, Small Business Job Protection Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 440) (H. Rept. 104-590) 
        [21MY]
    SEC Appropriations and Reduction of Fees: Committee on Commerce 
        (House) (H.R. 2972) (H. Rept. 104-479) [12MR]
    Small Business Job Protection Act: Committee of Conference (H.R. 
        3448) (H. Rept. 104-737) [1AU]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3448) (H. Rept. 
        104-586) [20MY]

CORPS OF ENGINEERS
  Appointments
    Conferees: S. 640, civil works programs appropriations 
        reauthorization [18SE]
  Bills and resolutions
    Auburn, CA: funding for dam construction on American River (see 
        H.R. 3270) [18AP]
    Coastal zones: clarify Corps of Engineers responsibilities to 
        promote and carry out shore protection projects (see H.R. 
        3551) [29MY]
    Disasters: conduct study of mitigation banks (see H.R. 4211) 
        [26SE]
    Floods: construction of flood control project on the Sacramento 
        and American Rivers, CA (see H.R. 3270) [18AP]
    Hudson River Basin: habitat restoration projects (see H.R. 3471) 
        [16MY]
    Iowa: provide relief for agricultural producers for flooding 
        losses caused by water retention at the Lake Redrock dam (see 
        H.R. 4054) [11SE]
    James River: permit Corps of Engineers to acquire flowage and 
        saturation easements for lands located in flood areas (see 
        H.R. 3613) [11JN]
    Mariemont, OH: conveyance of a parcel of land under Corps of 
        Engineers' jurisdiction (see H.R. 3072) [12MR]
    Steubenville, OH: conveyance of a parcel of land under Corps of 
        Engineers' jurisdiction (see H.R. 4021) [4SE]
    Washington Aqueduct: authorize capital improvements (see H.R. 
        2917) [31JA]
    Water: authorize conservation and river and harbor improvement 
        projects (see H.R. 3563, 3592) [4JN] [6JN]
  Conference reports
    Water Resources Development Act (S. 640) [25SE]
  Motions
    Water: authorize conservation and river and harbor improvement 
        projects (H.R. 3592) [30JY]
  Reports filed
    Water Resources Development Act: Committee of Conference (S. 640) 
        (H. Rept. 104-843) [25SE]
    ------Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 
        3592) (H. Rept. 104-695) [22JY]

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX
  Bills and resolutions
    Texas: drought relief for Corpus Christi, TX, and the Canadian 
        River Municipal Water Authority, TX (see H.R. 3910) [26JY]
  Reports filed
    Drought Relief for Corpus Christi, TX, and the Canadian River 
        Municipal Water Authority, TX: Committee on Resources (House) 
        (H.R. 3910) (H. Rept. 104-770) [4SE]

CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS
  Bills and resolutions
    Armed Forces: establish criminal sentence of life without parole 
        and make denials of parole appealable only to the President 
        (see H.R. 4104) [18SE]
    Capital punishment: attendance by families of victims at the 
        execution of the murderers (see H.R. 3220) [29MR]
    Contracts: minimize unfair competition between Federal Prison 
        Industries and private firms (see H.R. 3745) [27JN]
    Courts: withhold Federal collateral remedies in State cases unless 
        inadequate State habeus corpus procedures are shown to exist 
        (see H.R. 2955) [1FE]
    Crime: prosecution of violent, repeat, juvenile offenders (see 
        H.R. 3565, 3698) [4JN] [20JN]
    ------reform juvenile justice system, and promote youth 
        development and crime prevention programs (see H.R. 3445) 
        [10MY]
    ------treatment of Federal prisoners (see H.R. 3206) [29MR]
    Employment: prevent services performed by inmates from being 
        treated as employment (see H.R. 3858) [18JY]
    Federal prisons: reform (see H.R. 3490, 3655) [16MY] [13JN]
    Law enforcement: report deaths of persons in custody (see H.R. 
        3242) [15AP]
    Nonprofit organizations: use of Federal prison labor (see H.R. 
        3776) [10JY]
    Voting: secure rights of former felons who have been released from 
        incarceration (see H.R. 3028) [6MR]
  Reports filed
    Early Release of Prisoners Upon Completion of Drug Treatment 
        Programs: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2650) (H. 
        Rept. 104-602) [31MY]
    Parole Commission Phaseout Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (S. 1507) (H. Rept. 104-789) [16SE]

COURTS
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal Standards Reform Act 
        [13MR]
    ------H.R. 2977, Administrative Dispute Resolution Act [19SE]
    National Commission on the Advancement of Federal Law Enforcement 
        [23JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Abbas, Mohammed: extradition to the U.S. (see H. Res. 444) [29MY]
    Airlines and airports: provide protection for airline employees 
        who provide certain air safety information (see H.R. 3187) 
        [28MR]
    Appropriations: making omnibus consolidated (see H.R. 4278) [28SE]
    Armed Forces: allow personal injury actions against military 
        health care professionals (see H.R. 4221) [26SE]
    ------establish criminal sentence of life without parole and make 
        denials of parole appealable only to the President (see H.R. 
        4104) [18SE]
    Business and industry: authorize judicial review of agency 
        certifications of the economic impact of regulations on small 
        entities (see H.R. 3048) [7MR]
    ------provide unemployment insurance and leave time to battered 
        women (see H.R. 3837) [17JY]
    Capital punishment: attendance by families of victims at the 
        execution of the murderers (see H.R. 3220) [29MR]
    Carl B. Stokes U.S. Courthouse, Cleveland, OH: designate (see H.R. 
        4133) [24SE]
    CERCLA: treatment of certain parties relative to liability (see 
        H.R. 3105) [18MR]
    Children and youth: require initial intake screenings and the use 
        of youth development specialists in Federal juvenile 
        proceedings (see H.R. 4055) [11SE]
    Commission on Civil Rights: subpoena power (see H.R. 3009) [5MR]
    Constitutional amendments: limit judicial authority (see H.J. Res. 
        167) [21MR]
    ------provide that Federal judges be reconfirmed by the Senate 
        every 6 years (see H.J. Res. 160) [16FE]
    ------provide that Federal judges be reconfirmed by the Senate 
        every 8 years (see H.J. Res. 164) [19MR]
    Contracts: allow choice of arbitration as a means of settling 
        disputes (see H.R. 3422) [9MY]
    ------determination of cases alleging breach of secret Government 
        contracts (see H.R. 4224) [26SE]
    Correctional institutions: reform Federal prisons (see H.R. 3490, 
        3655) [16MY] [13JN]
    Crime: clarify Federal jurisdiction over offenses relative to 
        religious property damage (see H.R. 3525) [23MY]
    ------constitutional amendment on protection of victims' rights 
        (see H.J. Res. 173, 174) [22AP]
    ------death penalty sentencing for certain importations of 
        significant quantities of controlled substances (see H.R. 
        4170) [25SE]
    ------development and implementation of national financial crimes 
        strategy (see H.R. 3931) [31JY]
    ------establish programs to investigate, report, and prevent bias 
        crimes (see H.R. 3825) [16JY]
    ------extend certain statutes of limitation (see H.R. 4342) [3OC]
    ------Federal penalties for carjacking (see H.R. 3676) [19JN]
    ------identify violent and hard-core juvenile offenders and treat 
        them as adults (see H.R. 3494) [20MY]
    ------increase mandatory minimum penalties relative to the 
        possession of firearms (see H.R. 3454) [14MY]

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    ------increase penalties for armed violent criminals (see H.R. 
        3085) [14MR]
    ------increase penalties relative to crimes against senior 
        citizens and children (see H.R. 2974) [27FE]
    ------increase penalties relative to crimes against senior 
        citizens and children (H.R. 2974), consideration (see H. Res. 
        421) [2MY]
    ------interjurisdictional enforcement of protection orders and 
        redefinition of victims relative to stalking (see H.R. 2954, 
        2980) [1FE] [28FE]
    ------mandatory life imprisonment for second conviction of 
        individuals for certain felonies (see H.R. 3223) [29MR]
    ------national policy to control crime and reform court procedures 
        (see H.R. 2992) [29FE]
    ------nationwide tracking of convicted sexual predators (see H.R. 
        3456) [14MY]
    ------penalties for certain sex offenses against children (see 
        H.R. 3180) [28MR]
    ------penalties for fraud and related activity involving work 
        authorization documents relative to Social Security cards (see 
        H.R. 3724) [26JN]
    ------penalties relative to distribution of controlled substances 
        with the intent to facilitate a rape or sexual battery (see 
        H.R. 3341, 3905) [25AP] [25JY]
    ------penalties relative to drug-facilitated crimes involving 
        violence or sexual assault (see H.R. 4137) [24SE]
    ------penalties relative to endangerment of children in hostage 
        situations (see H.R. 4121) [19SE]
    ------prohibit certain false statements, soliciting, or receipt of 
        compensation relative to adoptions (see H.R. 3983) [2AU]
    ------prosecution of violent, repeat, juvenile offenders (see H.R. 
        3565, 3698) [4JN] [20JN]
    ------protect proprietary economic information (see H.R. 3723) 
        [26JN]
    ------reduce certain funds if eligible States do not enact certain 
        laws (see H.R. 3243) [15AP]
    ------reform juvenile justice system, and promote youth 
        development and crime prevention programs (see H.R. 3445) 
        [10MY]
    ------sentencing guidelines for possession of a firearm during 
        commission of a crime (see H.R. 4181) [25SE]
    ------sentencing guidelines for possession of a firearm with a 
        laser sighting device during commission of a crime (see H.R. 
        2991) [29FE]
    ------treatment of Federal prisoners (see H.R. 3206) [29MR]
    ------treatment of the production, sale, transportation, or 
        possession of fictitious financial instruments (see H.R. 2986) 
        [28FE]
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3814), consideration (see H. Res. 479) 
        [16JY]
    ------making appropriations (see H.R. 3814) [16JY]
    Diseases: research on the human papilloma virus relative to 
        cervical cancer (see H. Con. Res. 156) [27MR]
    District of Columbia: treatment of pension funds relative to 
        certain public employees (see H.R. 3389) [2MY]
    Drugs: control access to chemicals used in manufacturing 
        methamphetamine (see H.R. 3067) [12MR]
    ------prevent manufacturing and use of methamphetamine (see H.R. 
        3852, 3908) [18JY] [26JY]
    ------sentencing of persons convicted of lesser drug offenses (see 
        H.R. 3080) [13MR]
    ------treatment of sentences relative to powdered cocaine (see 
        H.R. 3154, 3196, 4038) [22MR] [28MR] [9SE]
    E. Barrett Prettyman U.S. Courthouse, Washington, DC: designate 
        (see H.R. 3029) [6MR]
    Ecology and environment: increase penalties and strengthen 
        enforcement relative to environmental crimes (see H.R. 4218) 
        [26SE]
    Endangered species: protect private property rights relative to 
        economic losses from critical habitat designations (see H.R. 
        3862) [22JY]
    ERISA: amend rules governing litigation relative to retiree health 
        benefits (see H.R. 4237) [27SE]
    Families and domestic relations: child support enforcement (see 
        H.R. 3362, 3453, 3465, 4341) [30AP] [14MY] [15MY] [3OC]
    ------payment of settlements to individuals relative to child 
        support and alimony obligations (see H.R. 3895) [25JY]
    Federal aid programs: deny community development block grants to 
        States that allow recovery of damages for injuries suffered in 
        the commission of a felony (see H.R. 3736) [27JN]
    Federal courts: improve operation and administration (see H.R. 
        3968, 4314) [2AU] [28SE]
    Federal Employees Group Life Insurance Program: coverage of 
        certain judicial officials (see H.R. 3295) [23AP]
    Federal-State relations: limit authority of judicial remedies to 
        force State and local governments to assess, levy, or collect 
        taxes (see H.R. 3100) [14MR]
    Financial institutions: enhance surveillance pictures for use in 
        criminal prosecutions (see H.R. 3533) [23MY]
    ------treatment of certain claims against depository institutions 
        under receivership by Federal banking agencies (see H.R. 3892) 
        [24JY]
    Firearms: apply revenue from firearms sales tax and dealer 
        licensing fees to gunshot victims health care fund (see H.R. 
        2865) [23JA]
    ------mandatory minimum penalties for use during commission of a 
        Federal crime (see H.R. 3382, 3988) [1MY] [2AU]
    Flag--U.S.: copyright and impose criminal penalties for 
        desecration (see H.R. 3883) [23JY]
    Foreign countries: violations of arbitral obligations under 
        international law (see H.R. 2970) [23FE]
    Government: applicability of criminal laws pertaining to fraud or 
        false statements to all branches of Government (see H.R. 3166) 
        [27MR]
    ------applicability of criminal laws pertaining to fraud or false 
        statements to all branches of Government (H.R. 3166), concur 
        with Senate amendments (see H. Res. 535) [25SE]
    ------assure operations are free of racial, sexual, and ethnic 
        discrimination (see H.R. 3190) [28MR]
    ------authorize alternative dispute resolution systems (see H.R. 
        2977, 4194) [27FE] [26SE]
    ------establish uniform accounting systems, standards, and 
        reporting systems (see H.R. 4061, 4319) [11SE] [28SE]
    ------reform disclosure of lobbying activities to influence the 
        Federal Government (S. 1060), technical corrections (see H.R. 
        3435) [10MY]
    Government regulations: require congressional approval of certain 
        proposed rules (see H.R. 2990) [28FE]
    Habeus corpus: withhold Federal collateral remedies in State cases 
        unless inadequate State procedures are shown to exist (see 
        H.R. 2955) [1FE]
    Health: liability of raw material and component suppliers to 
        medical device manufacturers (see H.R. 3468) [16MY]
    ------protection of enrollees in managed care plans and health 
        maintenance organizations (see H.R. 4220) [26SE]
    Health care professionals: exempt from liability for negligence 
        relative to services performed for low-income individuals (see 
        H.R. 2938) [1FE]
    Human rights: remedies for claims involving human experimentation 
        and constitutional and human rights violations (see H.R. 3946) 
        [1AU]
    Insurance: prevent discrimination against victims of domestic 
        violence (see H.R. 3590) [5JN]
    Inter-American Convention on the Prevention, Punishment, and 
        Eradication of Violence Against Women: ratification (see H. 
        Con. Res. 182) [6JN]
    International law: provide criminal penalties under the Geneva 
        Conventions for certain war crimes (see H.R. 3680) [19JN]
    Judges: provide that proceedings against a judge be held in a 
        circuit other than the circuit within which the judge serves 
        (see H.R. 3026) [6MR]
    ------residency requirement quotas in each Federal judicial 
        circuit Court of Appeals (see H.R. 3045) [7MR]
    Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act: authorizing 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3876) [23JY]
    L. Clure Morton Post Office and Courthouse, Cookeville, TN: 
        designate (see H.R. 4070) [12SE]
    Law enforcement: prevent retaliation and tampering of witnesses 
        and jury members (see H.R. 3120) [20MR]
    ------prevent retaliation and tampering of witnesses and jury 
        members (H.R. 3120), consideration (see H. Res. 422) [2MY]
    ------report deaths of persons in custody (see H.R. 3242) [15AP]
    Lawyers and attorneys: payment of the costs of court-appointed 
        attorneys in certain criminal cases (see H.R. 3027) [6MR]
    Louisiana: appointment of an additional Federal judge for the 
        middle district of Louisiana (see H.R. 3046) [7MR]
    LSC: eligibility for assistance for victims of domestic violence 
        (see H.R. 3733) [27JN]
    Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse, Portland, OR: designate (see 
        H.R. 3134) [21MR]
    Marriage: define and protect institution (see H.R. 3396) [7MY]
    ------define and protect institution (H.R. 3396), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 474) [10JY]
    Medicaid: reward States for collecting funds expended on tobacco-
        related illnesses (see H.R. 3779) [10JY]
    Medicare: liability waiver for home health agencies, hospice 
        programs, and skilled nursing facilities (see H.R. 3678) 
        [19JN]
    Medicare/Medicaid: use of bankruptcy courts by suppliers and 
        providers to discharge claims and by professionals excluded 
        from health care programs seeking automatic stays from 
        exclusion (see H.R. 4219) [26SE]
    National cemeteries: penalties for theft and malicious vandalism 
        (see H.R. 3901) [25JY]
    National Center for Rural Law Enforcement: establish (see H.R. 
        4140) [24SE]
    Native Americans: exempt certain adoption and child custody 
        proceedings from coverage under the Indian Child Welfare Act 
        (see H.R. 3275) [18AP]
    ------exempt voluntary child custody proceedings from coverage 
        (see H.R. 3156) [22MR]
    ------regulations relative to certain adoption and child custody 
        proceedings (see H.R. 3828) [16JY]
    New, Michael: reverse court-martial relative to refusal to wear 
        U.N. uniform insignia (see H. Con. Res. 134) [25JA]
    Ninth judicial circuit: divide into two circuits (see H.R. 2935) 
        [1FE]
    NLRB: allow individuals against whom injunctive relief is sought 
        an opportunity to review and respond to legal memoranda and 
        documents (see H.R. 3091) [14MR]
    Perot, H. Ross: inclusion in Presidential debates (see H. Res. 
        555) [30SE]
    Product liability: reform (H.R. 956), consideration of conference 
        report (see H. Res. 394) [27MR]
    Public housing: Federal commitment to eliminate crime (see H.R. 
        3150) [21MR]
    Public welfare programs: reform relative to domestic violence (see 
        H. Con. Res. 195) [27JN]
    Real property: protect private property from forfeiture or 
        Government seizure (see H.R. 3194) [28MR]
    Robert Kurtz Rodibaugh U.S. Courthouse, South Bend, IN: designate 
        (see H.R. 3576) [4JN]
    Roman L. Hruska U.S. Courthouse, Omaha, NE: designate (see H.R. 
        3400) [7MY]
    Sam M. Gibbons U.S. Courthouse, Tampa, FL: designate (see H.R. 
        3710) [25JN]
    Small business: provide legal redress for unfair trade practices 
        (see H.R. 3967) [2AU]
    Social Security Administration: provide for disclosure of Social 
        Security account numbers relative to judgments, decrees, or 
        court issued orders (see H.R. 3110) [19MR]
    States: clarify rights to set base period used to determine 
        eligibility for unemployment compensation (see H.R. 3786) 
        [11JY]
    ------establish registration, tracking, and community notification 
        procedures relative to convicted sex offenders (see H. Con. 
        Res. 196) [10JY]
    Supreme Court: extend authority of the Marshal of the Supreme 
        Court and the Supreme Court Police (see H.R. 4164) [25SE]
    Swain County, NC: settlement of claims against the Federal 
        Government (see H.R. 4112) [18SE]
    Taxation: treatment of legal expenses relative to sexual 
        harassment suits (see H.R. 3530) [23MY]

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    Ted Weiss U.S. Courthouse, New York, NY: designate (see H.R. 3941, 
        4042) [1AU] [10SE]
    U.S. Immigration Court: establish (see H.R. 4258) [27SE]
    U.S. Sentencing Commission: require a study of sentencing for drug 
        offenses where domestic violence has occurred (see H.R. 4246) 
        [27SE]
    United Houma Nation: Federal recognition and settlement of land 
        claims (see H.R. 3671) [18JN]
    Veterans: authorize financial assistance for legal representation 
        in Court of Veterans Appeals proceedings (see H.R. 3493, 3506) 
        [20MY] [22MY]
    Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act: amend (see H.R. 
        4322) [28SE]
    W. Edwards Deming Federal Building, Suitland, MD: designate (see 
        H.R. 3535) [23MY]
    William Augustus Bootle Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse, 
        Macon, GA: designate (see H.R. 4119) [19SE]
    William J. Nealon U.S. Courthouse, Scranton, PA: designate (see 
        H.R. 3364) [30AP]
    Witnesses: provide access to legal counsel during grand jury 
        testimony (see H.R. 4193) [26SE]
  Conference reports
    Administrative Dispute Resolution Act (H.R. 2977) [25SE]
    Common Sense Product Liability Legal Reform Act (H.R 956) [14MR]
  Messages
    Veto of H.R. 956, Common Sense Product Liability Legal Reform Act: 
        President Clinton [6MY]
  Motions
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 2076), veto [3JA]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3814) [24JY]
    Marriage: define and protect institution (H.R. 3396) [12JY]
    Product liability: reform (H.R. 956) [28FE] [29FE]
  Reports filed
    Administrative Dispute Resolution Act: Committee of Conference 
        (H.R. 2977) (H. Rept. 104-841) [25SE]
    ------Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2977) (H. Rept. 
        104-597) [29MY]
    Bankruptcy Judge Appointments: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (H.R. 2604) (H. Rept. 104-569) [9MY]
    Carjacking Correction Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (H.R. 3676) (H. Rept. 104-787) [16SE]
    Clarify Circumstances in Which Senior Circuit Court Judges May 
        Vote in En Banc Cases: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (S. 
        531) (H. Rept. 104-697) [23JY]
    Clarify Federal Jurisdiction Over Offenses Relative to Religious 
        Property Damage: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 
        3525) (H. Rept. 104-621) [17JN]
    Clarify Rules Governing Court Venues: Committee on the Judiciary 
        (House) (S. 677) (H. Rept. 104-800) [17SE]
    Clarify Rules Governing Removal of Cases to Federal Court: 
        Committee on the Judiciary (House) (S. 533) (H. Rept. 104-799) 
        [17SE]
    Common Sense Product Liability Legal Reform Act: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 956) (H. Rept. 104-481) [14MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 956, Common Sense 
        Product Liability Legal Reform Act: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 394) (H. Rept. 104-503) [27MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 2974, Crimes Against Children and Elderly 
        Persons Increased Punishment Act: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 421) (H. Rept. 104-552) [2MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3120, Witness and Jury Retaliation and 
        Tampering Prevention: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 422) 
        (H. Rept. 104-553) [2MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3396, Defense of Marriage Act: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 474) (H. Rept. 104-666) [10JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3814, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State 
        and the Judiciary Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 479) (H. Rept. 104-678) [16JY]
    Crimes Against Children and Elderly Persons Increased Punishment 
        Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2974) (H. Rept. 
        104-548) [1MY]
    Criminal Penalties Under the Geneva Conventions for Certain War 
        Crimes: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3680) (H. 
        Rept. 104-698) [24JY]
    Defense of Marriage Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 
        3396) (H. Rept. 104-664) [9JY]
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 
        3814) (H. Rept. 104-676) [16JY]
    E. Barrett Prettyman U.S. Courthouse, Washington, DC: Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3029) (H. 
        Rept. 104-588) [21MY]
    Federal Court Operations and Administration Improvements: 
        Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3968) (H. Rept. 104-
        798) [17SE]
    Government Accountability Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (H.R. 3166) (H. Rept. 104-680) [16JY]
    Interstate Stalking Punishment and Prevention Act: Committee on 
        the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2980) (H. Rept. 104-557) [6MY]
    Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act Appropriations: 
        Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) 
        (H.R. 3876) (H. Rept. 104-783) [12SE]
    Lobbying Disclosure Act Technical Corrections: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3435) (H. Rept. 104-699) [24JY]
    Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse, Portland, OR: Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3134) (H. 
        Rept. 104-587) [21MY]
    Native American Adoption and Child Custody Proceedings 
        Regulations: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3828) (H. 
        Rept. 104-808) [19SE]
    Parole Commission Phaseout Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (S. 1507) (H. Rept. 104-789) [16SE]
    Protect Proprietary Economic Information: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3723) (H. Rept. 104-788) [16SE]
    Pueblo of Isleta Indian Tribe Land Claims Jurisdiction: Committee 
        on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 740) (H. Rept. 104-694) [22JY]
    Release of Relevant Information on Violent Sex Offenders: 
        Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2137) (H. Rept. 104-
        555) [6MY]
    Robert Kurtz Rodibaugh U.S. Courthouse, South Bend, IN: Committee 
        on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3576) (H. 
        Rept. 104-781) [10SE]
    Roman L. Hruska U.S. Courthouse, Omaha, NE: Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3400) (H. 
        Rept. 104-610) [6JN]
    W. Edwards Deming Federal Building, Suitland, MD: Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3535) (H. 
        Rept. 104-780) [10SE]
    William J. Nealon U.S. Courthouse, Scranton, PA: Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3364) (H. 
        Rept. 104-611) [6JN]
    Witness and Jury Retaliation and Tampering Prevention: Committee 
        on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3120) (H. Rept. 104-549) [1MY]

COX, CHRISTOPHER (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Committee To Escort French President Jacques Chirac Into the House 
        Chamber [1FE]
    Committee To Escort Irish Prime Minister John Bruton Into the 
        House Chamber [11SE]
    Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Into 
        the House Chamber [10JY]
    Committee To Escort the President [23JA]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Budget: reform process (see H.R. 4285) [28SE]
    Business and industry: arrange for the recovery and disposal of 
        helium on Federal lands (see H.R. 2906, 4168) [30JA] [25SE]
    China, People's Republic of: most-favored-nation status relative 
        to the admission of the Republic of China to the World Trade 
        Organization (see H.R. 3569) [4JN]
    ------U.S. policy (see H. Res. 461) [25JN]
    China, Republic of: membership in World Trade Organization 
        relative to the admission of the People's Republic of China 
        (see H. Res. 490) [26JY]
    ------U.S. policy on regional stability and defense (see H. Con. 
        Res. 148) [7MR]
    IRS: recognize qualified delivery services in addition to the 
        Postal Service for purposes of timely filing of tax documents 
        (see H.R. 3086) [14MR]
    Metric system: conversion requirements (see H.R. 4233) [27SE]
    Public lands: recovery and disposal of helium (see H.R. 3008) 
        [5MR]
    States: assist Attorney General in deportation of illegal aliens 
        (see H.R. 3062) [12MR]

COYNE, WILLIAM J. (a Representative from Pennsylvania)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H. Con. Res. 178, setting forth the Federal budget for 
        1997-2002 [30MY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Taxation: allow credit for cleanup of contaminated industrial 
        sites (see H.R. 2846) [4JA]
    ------credit for business investments in economically distressed 
        areas (see H.R. 2847) [4JA]

CRANE, PHILIP M. (a Representative from Illinois)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------H.R. 3448, Small Business Job Protection Act [26JY]
    ------H.R. 3539, FAA programs reauthorization [24SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Bulgaria: most-favored-nation status (see H.R. 2853) [5JA]
    Foreign policy: authorize trade and investment policy relative to 
        sub-Saharan Africa (see H.R. 4198) [26SE]
    Foreign trade: provide President with proclamation authority 
        relative to articles of West Bank or Gaza Strip (see H.R. 
        3074) [13MR]
    ------technical corrections in legislation (see H.R. 3815) [16JY]
    Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve: land exchange 
        (H.R. 400), return to Senate (see H. Res. 554) [30SE]
    NAFTA: U.S. participation in Coordinating Secretariat (see H.R. 
        3075) [13MR]
    Romania: most-favored-nation status (see H.R. 3161) [26MR]
    States: clarify rights to set base period used to determine 
        eligibility for unemployment compensation (see H.R. 3786) 
        [11JY]
    Taxation: clarify restrictions on the lobbying and campaign 
        activities of churches (see H.R. 2910) [31JA]
    ------treatment of small businesses (see H.R. 2911) [31JA]
    ------treatment of tips (see H.R. 3667) [18JN]

CRAPO, MICHAEL D. (a Representative from Idaho)
  Appointments
    Conferee: S. 1316, Safe Drinking Water Act amendments [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Dept. of the Interior: transfer certain facilities of the Minidoka 
        Project to the Burley Irrigation District (see H.R. 4295) 
        [28SE]
    Health: regulation of pharmacists (see H.R. 3260) [17AP]
    Water: adjust the maximum hour exemption for water delivery 
        company employees (see H.R. 3326) [25AP]

CRAWFORD, NE
  Bills and resolutions
    Crawford National Fish Hatchery: convey to Crawford, NE (see H.R. 
        3287) [23AP]
  Reports filed
    Crawford National Fish Hatchery Conveyance to Crawford, NE: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3287) (H. Rept. 104-700) 
        [24JY]

CREDIT
  Appointments
    Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance [18JY]

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  Bills and resolutions
    Agriculture: improve operation of certain programs (see H.R. 2973) 
        [27FE]
    Business and industry: establish requirements relative to rent-to-
        own transactions (see H.R. 3003) [5MR]
    Construction industries: prohibit discrimination relative to 
        surety bonding requirements (see H.R. 3702) [24JN]
    Consumer Credit Protection Act: amend consumer lease provisions 
        (see H.R. 3515) [22MY]
    Consumers: require standard annual percentage rate of interest to 
        open certain credit card accounts (see H.R. 4320) [28SE]
    Crime: treatment of the production, sale, transportation, or 
        possession of fictitious financial instruments (see H.R. 2986) 
        [28FE]
    Dept. of HUD: establish performance funds through consolidation of 
        certain housing programs (see H.R. 3740) [27JN]
    Economy: promote revitalization through Federal assistance for 
        cleanup of abandoned or contaminated properties (see H.R. 
        3093) [14MR]
    Education: exempt certain lenders from audit requirements of 
        student loan programs (see H.R. 3002) [4MR]
    ------permit financial institutions under the Federal Family 
        Education Loan Program to pay origination fees of borrowers 
        (see H.R. 3863) [22JY]
    Federal employees: prohibit use of credit cards (see H.R. 2968) 
        [23FE]
    ------provide interest-free loans to furloughed employees (see 
        H.R. 2842) [4JA]
    Federal Home Loan Bank System: authorization of loans and 
        participation requirements relative to community development 
        (see H.R. 3349) [30AP]
    ------reform and modernize (see H.R. 3167) [27MR]
    Financial institutions: prohibit removal of certain members of the 
        National Credit Union Administration Board and the Board of 
        Directors of the FDIC (see H.R. 3976) [2AU]
    ------reduce paperwork and regulatory burdens (see H.R. 4079) 
        [16SE]
    Gambling: prohibit extensions (see H.R. 4337) [1OC]
    Government: improve debt-collection and credit evaluation 
        practices (see H.R. 3809) [12JY]
    Housing: adjust mortgage loan limits (see H.R. 4063) [12SE]
    Real estate: insure and promote consumer education of home equity 
        conversion mortgages (see H.R. 3897) [25JY]
    San Diego County, CA: provide loan guarantee to Olivenhain Water 
        Storage Project (see H.R. 3851) [18JY]
    Truth in Lending Act: require notice of cancellation rights 
        relative to private mortgage insurance (see H.R. 3556) [30MY]
  Messages
    CCC Report: President Clinton [22MY]
  Reports filed
    Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corp. Operation Improvements: 
        Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2130) (H. Rept. 104-
        446) [4JA]
    Financial Institutions Regulatory Process and Paperwork 
        Requirements Reform: Committee on Banking and Financial 
        Services (House) (H.R. 1858) (H. Rept. 104-103) [18JN]
    Permit Financial Institutions Under the Federal Family Education 
        Loan Program To Pay Origination Fees of Borrowers: Committee 
        on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3863) 
        (H. Rept. 104-775) [5SE]

CREDIT CARDS
see Credit

CREDIT UNIONS
see Financial Institutions

CRIME
related term(s) Terrorism
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 2202, Immigration in the National Interest Act 
        [11SE]
    ------S. 735, Comprehensive Terrorism Prevention Act [14MR]
    ------S. 1136, Anticounterfeiting Consumer Protection Act [4JN]
    National Commission on the Advancement of Federal Law Enforcement 
        [23JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Abbas, Mohammed: extradition to the U.S. (see H. Res. 444) [29MY]
    Adoption: prohibit certain false statements, soliciting, or 
        receipt of compensation (see H.R. 3983) [2AU]
    Animal Welfare Act: amend and strengthen (see H.R. 4249) [27SE]
    Animals: ensure that all dogs and cats used by research facilities 
        are obtained legally (see H.R. 3398) [7MY]
    ------prevent pet theft (see H.R. 3393) [7MY]
    Armed Forces: establish criminal sentence of life without parole 
        and make denials of parole appealable only to the President 
        (see H.R. 4104) [18SE]
    Aviation: require use of animals at airports for detection of 
        certain explosive devices (see H.R. 3896) [25JY]
    Business and industry: provide unemployment insurance and leave 
        time to battered women (see H.R. 3837) [17JY]
    Capital punishment: attendance by families of victims at the 
        execution of the murderers (see H.R. 3220) [29MR]
    Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of Grounds for 
        National Peace Officers' Memorial Service (see H. Con. Res. 
        147) [5MR]
    Carjacking: Federal penalties (see H.R. 3676) [19JN]
    Children and youth: extend and improve programs for runaway and 
        homeless youth (see H.R. 3806) [12JY]
    ------identify violent and hard-core juvenile offenders and treat 
        them as adults (see H.R. 3494) [20MY]
    ------penalties relative to endangerment in hostage situations 
        (see H.R. 4121) [19SE]
    ------prosecution of violent, repeat, juvenile offenders (see H.R. 
        3565, 3698) [4JN] [20JN]
    ------reform juvenile justice system, and promote youth 
        development and crime prevention programs (see H.R. 3445) 
        [10MY]
    ------require initial intake screenings and the use of youth 
        development specialists in Federal juvenile proceedings (see 
        H.R. 4055) [11SE]
    Churches and synagogues: condemn acts of arson and enhance law 
        enforcement and prosecution of arsonists (see H. Con. Res. 
        183, 186, 187) [11JN] [13JN]
    ------prohibit insurers from canceling or refusing to renew fire 
        insurance policies (see H.R. 3830) [17JY]
    CIA: investigate involvement in crack cocaine sales to fund 
        Contras (see H. Res. 518, 520) [11SE]
    Civil rights: prevent law enforcement agencies from detaining 
        individuals on highways solely because of race or color (see 
        H.R. 4092) [17SE]
    Clinton, President: pardoning of individuals convicted in 
        Whitewater Estates development and Madison Guaranty 
        investigation (see H. Con. Res. 218) [25SE]
    Colleges and universities: require opening of campus security 
        crime logs at institutions of higher education (see H. Res. 
        470) [27JN]
    Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House): provide 
        authority to obtain testimony to investigate the dismissal of 
        White House Travel Office personnel (see H. Res. 369) [29FE]
    Computers: prohibit certain uses of computers in the furtherance 
        of crimes (see H.R. 4095) [17SE]
    ------protection of freedom of speech on-line and on the Internet 
        (see H.R. 3606) [10JN]
    ------restrict transmission of obscene or indecent material to 
        minors by computer (see H.R. 3606) [10JN]
    ------transmission of information relative to abortion over 
        computer information services (see H.R. 3057) [7MR]
    Constitutional amendments: protection of victims' rights (see H.J. 
        Res. 173, 174) [22AP]
    Consumers: labeling system for apparel and sporting goods made 
        without child labor (see H.R. 4125) [19SE]
    Correctional institutions: prevent services performed by inmates 
        from being treated as employment (see H.R. 3858) [18JY]
    ------reform Federal prisons (see H.R. 3490, 3655) [16MY] [13JN]
    Courts: determination of cases alleging breach of secret 
        Government contracts (see H.R. 4224) [26SE]
    ------increase penalties for armed violent criminals (see H.R. 
        3085) [14MR]
    ------increase penalties relative to crimes against senior 
        citizens and children (see H.R. 2974) [27FE]
    ------increase penalties relative to crimes against senior 
        citizens and children (H.R. 2974), consideration (see H. Res. 
        421) [2MY]
    ------mandatory life imprisonment for second conviction of 
        individuals for certain felonies (see H.R. 3223) [29MR]
    ------payment of the costs of court-appointed attorneys in certain 
        criminal cases (see H.R. 3027) [6MR]
    ------prevent retaliation and tampering of witnesses and jury 
        members (see H.R. 3120) [20MR]
    ------prevent retaliation and tampering of witnesses and jury 
        members (H.R. 3120), consideration (see H. Res. 422) [2MY]
    ------protect private property from forfeiture or Government 
        seizure (see H.R. 3194) [28MR]
    ------protect proprietary economic information (see H.R. 3723) 
        [26JN]
    ------provide that proceedings against a judge be held in a 
        circuit other than the circuit within which the judge serves 
        (see H.R. 3026) [6MR]
    ------provide witnesses with access to legal counsel during grand 
        jury testimony (see H.R. 4193) [26SE]
    ------sentencing guidelines for possession of a firearm during 
        commission of a crime (see H.R. 4181) [25SE]
    ------sentencing guidelines for possession of a firearm with a 
        laser sighting device during commission of a crime (see H.R. 
        2991) [29FE]
    ------treatment of Federal prisoners (see H.R. 3206) [29MR]
    ------treatment of the production, sale, transportation, or 
        possession of fictitious financial instruments (see H.R. 2986) 
        [28FE]
    Currency: establish interagency task force relative to the holding 
        and counterfeiting of U.S. currency in foreign countries (see 
        H.R. 3007) [5MR]
    Dept. of Defense: assist the procurement of law enforcement 
        equipment for counterdrug activities by State and local 
        governments (see H.R. 2931) [1FE]
    Dept. of HUD: occupancy standards relative to purchasers of single 
        family residential properties (see H.R. 4141) [24SE]
    ------withhold public housing assistance to State agencies that 
        impede eviction of a tenant (see H.R. 3865) [22JY]
    Diseases: efforts to prevent transmission of HIV (see H.R. 3937) 
        [1AU]
    Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Administration: establish (see 
        H.R. 3847) [18JY]
    Drugs: control access to chemicals used in manufacturing 
        methamphetamine (see H.R. 3067) [12MR]
    ------death penalty sentencing for certain importations of 
        significant quantities of controlled substances (see H.R. 
        4170) [25SE]
    ------penalties relative to distribution of controlled substances 
        with the intent to facilitate a rape or sexual battery (see 
        H.R. 3341, 3905) [25AP] [25JY]
    ------penalties relative to drug-facilitated crimes involving 
        violence or sexual assault (see H.R. 4137) [24SE]
    ------prevent manufacturing and use of methamphetamine (see H.R. 
        3852, 3908) [18JY] [26JY]
    ------sentencing of persons convicted of lesser drug offenses (see 
        H.R. 3080) [13MR]
    ------treatment of sentences relative to powdered cocaine (see 
        H.R. 3154, 3196, 4038) [22MR] [28MR] [9SE]
    Ecology and environment: increase penalties and strengthen 
        enforcement relative to environmental crimes (see H.R. 4218) 
        [26SE]
    Education: establish Role Models Academy for at-risk youths (see 
        H.R. 4161) [24SE]
    ------State funding for drug and violence prevention programs (see 
        H.R. 4016) [2AU]
    ------use of certain grant funds to provide parental education 
        (see H.R. 3833) [17JY]
    Families and domestic relations: child support enforcement (see 
        H.R. 4341) [3OC]
    Federal aid programs: deny community development block grants to 
        States that allow recovery of dam

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        ages for injuries suffered in the commission of a felony (see 
        H.R. 3736) [27JN]
    Federal courts: improve operation and administration (see H.R. 
        4314) [28SE]
    Federal-State relations: reduce certain funds if eligible States 
        do not enact certain laws (see H.R. 3243) [15AP]
    Financial institutions: development and implementation of national 
        financial crimes strategy (see H.R. 3931) [31JY]
    ------enhance surveillance pictures for use in criminal 
        prosecutions (see H.R. 3533) [23MY]
    Firearms: apply revenue from firearms sales tax and dealer 
        licensing fees to gunshot victims health care fund (see H.R. 
        2865) [23JA]
    ------ban the manufacture, importation, and sale of ammunition 
        that can penetrate police body armor (see H.R. 4208) [26SE]
    ------encourage States to regulate certain handguns and gather 
        information on guns used in crimes (see H.R. 4044) [10SE]
    ------increase mandatory minimum penalties relative to the 
        possession of firearms (see H.R. 3454) [14MY]
    ------mandatory minimum penalties for use during commission of a 
        Federal crime (see H.R. 3382, 3988) [1MY] [2AU]
    ------prevent handgun violence and illegal commerce (see H.R. 
        3488) [16MY]
    ------prohibit possession for persons convicted of a crime 
        involving domestic violence (see H.R. 3455) [14MY]
    ------prohibit possession or transfer of armor piercing ammunition 
        (see H.R. 3017) [5MR]
    ------regulation of handguns in any manner affecting interstate or 
        foreign commerce (see H.R. 3018) [5MR]
    ------repeal ban on assault weapons and large capacity ammunition 
        feeding devices (H.R. 125), consideration (see H. Res. 364, 
        388) [23FE] [21MR]
    ------require consultation before the manufacture, importation, or 
        sale of armor piercing ammunition for use by a governmental 
        entity (see H.R. 3016) [5MR]
    ------standards for State concealed handgun carrying licenses (see 
        H.R. 3838) [17JY]
    Flag--U.S.: constitutional amendment to prohibit desecration (see 
        H.J. Res. 177) [30AP]
    ------copyright and impose criminal penalties for desecration (see 
        H.R. 3883) [23JY]
    Foreign policy: establish additional narcotics control 
        certification standards and reporting requirements for certain 
        illicit drug producing countries and drug-transit countries 
        (see H.R. 3689) [20JN]
    Foreign trade: imposition of trade sanctions on countries which 
        threaten the U.S. policy on the reduction and interdiction of 
        illicit drugs (see H.R. 3023) [6MR]
    ------require cooperation from trade partners in preventing 
        illegal drug traffic (see H.R. 4290) [28SE]
    Fraud: prevention of fraud relative to provision of or receipt of 
        payment for health care services (see H.R. 2866) [23JA]
    Gambling: transmission of wagering information (see H.R. 3526) 
        [23MY]
    Government: applicability of criminal laws pertaining to fraud or 
        false statements to all branches of Government (see H.R. 3166) 
        [27MR]
    ------applicability of criminal laws pertaining to fraud or false 
        statements to all branches of Government (H.R. 3166), concur 
        with Senate amendments (see H. Res. 535) [25SE]
    ------establish programs to investigate, report, and prevent bias 
        crimes (see H.R. 3825) [16JY]
    ------transfer certain surplus property to State and local 
        governments (see H.R. 3731) [27JN]
    Health: improve efforts to combat fraud and abuse in health care 
        programs (see H.R. 3224) [29MR]
    House Rules: require drug testing of Members, officers, and staff 
        (see H. Res. 510, 519) [2AU] [11SE]
    Housing: occupancy standards for federally assisted housing 
        relative to drug and alcohol abusers (see H.R. 3390) [2MY]
    Immigration: admission policies reform, treatment of criminal 
        aliens, alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and 
        border security (H.R. 2202), consideration (see H. Res. 384) 
        [14MR]
    ------admission policies reform, treatment of criminal aliens, 
        alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and border 
        security (H.R. 2202), consideration of conference report (see 
        H. Res. 528) [24SE]
    ------permanent exclusion for aliens removed from the U.S. as 
        illegal entrants or immigration violators (see H.R. 2898) 
        [25JA]
    Insurance: prevent discrimination against victims of domestic 
        violence (see H.R. 3590) [5JN]
    Inter-American Convention on the Prevention, Punishment, and 
        Eradication of Violence Against Women: ratification (see H. 
        Con. Res. 182) [6JN]
    International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda: arrest and prosecution 
        of individuals involved with genocide (see H. Res. 491, 494) 
        [26JY] [30JY]
    International law: provide criminal penalties under the Geneva 
        Conventions for certain war crimes (see H.R. 3680) [19JN]
    Interstate commerce: entitle certain armored car crew members to 
        lawfully carry a weapon (see H.R. 3431) [9MY]
    Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act: authorizing 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3876) [23JY]
    Law enforcement: encourage cooperation between law enforcement 
        agencies and private sector security professionals (see H.R. 
        2996) [29FE]
    ------extend certain statutes of limitation (see H.R. 4342) [3OC]
    ------report deaths of persons in custody (see H.R. 3242) [15AP]
    Law enforcement officers: compensation of officers in canine units 
        (see H.R. 2966) [16FE]
    ------ensure benefits for chaplains killed in the line of duty 
        (see H.R. 3647) [13JN]
    ------establish a national clearinghouse to assist in background 
        checks of law enforcement applicants (see H.R. 3263) [17AP]
    ------establish a national resource center and clearinghouse 
        relative to missing or exploited children (see H.R. 3238) 
        [15AP]
    ------funding for the hiring of personnel who perform 
        nonadministrative services (see H.R. 2922) [31JA]
    ------provide educational assistance to dependents of Federal 
        officials killed or disabled in the line of duty (see H.R. 
        4111) [18SE]
    ------reduce crime control assistance to States that do not 
        provide health benefits to officers retired by on-duty 
        injuries (see H.R. 2912) [31JA]
    Lobbyists: penalty for transmission of fraudulent communications 
        to Congress (see H.R. 3128) [20MR]
    LSC: eligibility for assistance for victims of domestic violence 
        (see H.R. 3733) [27JN]
    Members of Congress: deny Federal retirement annuities to Members 
        convicted of felonies (see H.R. 3310, 3447, 4011) [24AP] 
        [10MY] [2AU]
    ------punish false statements during debate on the floor of either 
        House of Congress (see H.R. 3996) [2AU]
    Mexico: make extension of loan guarantee agreement conditional to 
        drug enforcement efforts (see H.R. 2945) [1FE]
    ------make foreign aid conditional to drug enforcement efforts 
        (see H.R. 2947; H.J. Res. 162) [1FE] [5MR]
    ------safety standards and drug enforcement efforts relative to 
        trucks seeking to cross U.S. border (see H.R. 2946) [1FE]
    Motor vehicles: establish toll-free telephone number for the 
        reporting of stolen and abandoned motor vehicles (see H.R. 
        4286) [28SE]
    ------use of bar encoding to facilitate identification and 
        recovery of stolen vehicles (see H.R. 4279) [28SE]
    National cemeteries: penalties for theft and malicious vandalism 
        (see H.R. 3901) [25JY]
    National Center for Rural Law Enforcement: establish (see H.R. 
        4140) [24SE]
    National Guard: authorize participation in drug interdiction 
        efforts (see H.R. 3524) [23MY]
    National Institute of Justice: designate as focal point for law 
        enforcement technology programs (see H. Con. Res. 227) [27SE]
    National objectives: policy to control crime and reform court 
        procedures (see H.R. 2992) [29FE]
    National Telecommunications and Information Administration: report 
        on hate speech relative to the Internet (see H.R. 3781) [10JY]
    Pornography: amend laws relative to child pornography (see H.R. 
        4123, 4331) [19SE] [30SE]
    Postal Service: reform (see H.R. 3717) [25JN]
    ------treatment of deceptive or misleading mail (see H.R. 3884) 
        [24JY]
    Public welfare programs: reform relative to domestic violence (see 
        H. Con. Res. 195) [27JN]
    Religion: clarify Federal jurisdiction over offenses relative to 
        religious property damage (see H.R. 3525) [23MY]
    ------protect sanctity of religious communications (see H.R. 3571) 
        [4JN]
    Roads and highways: include graffiti removal within meaning of 
        transportation enhancement activity (see H.R. 3848) [18JY]
    Saudi Arabia: terrorist attack on U.S. peacekeeping forces (see H. 
        Con. Res. 200) [24JY]
    Sewering, Hans J.: investigate and prosecute Nazi war criminal 
        (see H. Con. Res. 205) [30JY]
    Sex offenses: nationwide tracking of convicted sexual predators 
        (see H.R. 3456) [14MY]
    ------penalties for certain offenses against children (see H.R. 
        3180) [28MR]
    ------sexual exploitation of children (see H.R. 4097) [17SE]
    Social Security: penalties for fraud and related activity 
        involving work authorization documents relative to Social 
        Security cards (see H.R. 3724) [26JN]
    Sports: prohibit agents from influencing college athletes (see 
        H.R. 3328) [25AP]
    Stalking: interjurisdictional enforcement of protection orders and 
        redefinition of victims (see H.R. 2954, 2980) [1FE] [28FE]
    States: establish registration, tracking, and community 
        notification procedures relative to convicted sex offenders 
        (see H. Con. Res. 196) [10JY]
    ------reimburse for costs of educating certain illegal alien 
        students (see H.R. 4062, 4303) [12SE] [28SE]
    Substance abuse: tribute to youth alternative programs created by 
        Rotarians Against Substance Abuse Foundation, Concord, CA, 
        First Presbyterian Church, and Contra Costa County, CA, 
        Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council (see H. Con. Res. 162) [16AP]
    Taxation: clarify the reasonable cause exception from penalties 
        for failure to file returns or to pay taxes (see H.R. 3137) 
        [21MR]
    ------credits for employers for costs incurred to combat violence 
        against women (see H.R. 3584) [5JN]
    Television: establish toll-free number for comments relative to 
        the broadcasting of violent programming (see H.R. 2964) [9FE]
    Terrorism: develop technologies to combat (see H.R. 3960) [2AU]
    ------improve U.S. ability to respond to terrorist threats (see 
        H.R. 3071, 3409) [12MR] [7MY]
    ------improve U.S. ability to respond to terrorist threats (H.R. 
        2703), consideration (see H. Res. 376, 380) [7MR] [12MR]
    ------improve U.S. ability to respond to terrorist threats (S. 
        735), consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 405) 
        [17AP]
    ------U.S. policy (see H.R. 3953) [2AU]
    ------U.S. policy (H.R. 3953), consideration (see H. Res. 508) 
        [1AU]
    Tourist trade: revitalize industry and provide airport security 
        (see H.R. 4312) [28SE]
    Transportation: strengthen penalties and prohibitions against 
        sabotage of rail transportation or other mass transit (see 
        H.R. 2949) [1FE]
    U.S. Marshals Service: appointment of marshals (H.R. 2641), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 418) [30AP]
    U.S. Sentencing Commission: require a study of sentencing for drug 
        offenses where domestic violence has occurred (see H.R. 4246) 
        [27SE]
    Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act: amend (see H.R. 
        4322) [28SE]
    Voting: secure rights of former felons who have been released from 
        incarceration (see H.R. 3028) [6MR]

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    Westchester County, NY: condemn anti-semitic vandalism (see H. 
        Con. Res. 231) [28SE]
  Conference reports
    Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (S. 735) [15AP]
    Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (H.R. 
        2202) [24SE]
  Messages
    National Drug Control Strategy: President Clinton [29AP]
    National Emergency Relative to Narcotics Traffickers Centered in 
        Colombia: President Clinton [23AP]
  Motions
    Firearms: repeal ban on assault weapons and large capacity 
        ammunition feeding devices (H.R. 125) [22MR]
    Immigration: admission policies reform, treatment of criminal 
        aliens, alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and 
        border security (H.R. 2202) [21MR] [11SE]
    ------admission policies reform, treatment of criminal aliens, 
        alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and border 
        security (H.R. 2202), conference report [25SE]
    Money: control and prevent commercial counterfeiting (S. 1136) 
        [4JN]
    Terrorism: improve U.S. ability to respond to terrorist threats 
        (H.R. 2703) [13MR] [14MR]
    ------improve U.S. ability to respond to terrorist threats (S. 
        735) [14MR]
  Reports filed
    Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act: Committee of 
        Conference (S. 735) (H. Rept. 104-518) [15AP]
    Carjacking Correction Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (H.R. 3676) (H. Rept. 104-787) [16SE]
    Clarify Circumstances in Which Senior Circuit Court Judges May 
        Vote in En Banc Cases: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (S. 
        531) (H. Rept. 104-697) [23JY]
    Clarify Federal Jurisdiction Over Offenses Relative to Religious 
        Property Damage: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 
        3525) (H. Rept. 104-621) [17JN]
    Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) Authority To 
        Obtain Testimony To Investigate the Dismissal of White House 
        Travel Office Personnel: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        369) (H. Rept. 104-472) [6MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2202, Illegal 
        Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 528) (H. Rept. 104-829) [24SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 735, Antiterrorism and 
        Effective Death Penalty Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 405) (H. Rept. 104-522) [17AP]
    Consideration of H.R. 125, Repeal Ban on Assault Weapons and Large 
        Capacity Ammunition Feeding Devices: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 388) (H. Rept. 104-490) [21MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 2202, Illegal Immigration Reform and 
        Immigrant Responsibility Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 384) (H. Rept. 104-483) [14MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 2641, U.S. Marshals Service Improvement Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 418) (H. Rept. 104-543) 
        [30AP]
    Consideration of H.R. 2703, Comprehensive Antiterrorism Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 376) (H. Rept. 104-477) 
        [7MR], (H. Res. 380) (H. Rept. 104-480) [12MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 2974, Crimes Against Children and Elderly 
        Persons Increased Punishment Act: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 421) (H. Rept. 104-552) [2MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3120, Witness and Jury Retaliation and 
        Tampering Prevention: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 422) 
        (H. Rept. 104-553) [2MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3953, Aviation Security and Antiterrorism 
        Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 508) (H. Rept. 104-
        744) [1AU]
    Control and Prevent Commercial Counterfeiting of Money: Committee 
        on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2511) (H. Rept. 104-556) [6MY]
    Crimes Against Children and Elderly Persons Increased Punishment 
        Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2974) (H. Rept. 
        104-548) [1MY]
    Criminal Penalties Under the Geneva Conventions for Certain War 
        Crimes: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3680) (H. 
        Rept. 104-698) [24JY]
    Disclosure of Information on Certain Individuals Relative to Nazi 
        War Crimes During World War II: Committee on Government Reform 
        and Oversight (House) (H.R. 1281) (H. Rept. 104-819) [24SE]
    Early Release of Prisoners Upon Completion of Drug Treatment 
        Programs: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2650) (H. 
        Rept. 104-602) [31MY]
    Entitle Certain Armored Car Crew Members To Lawfully Carry a 
        Weapon: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3431) (H. Rept. 
        104-623) [17JN]
    Government Accountability Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (H.R. 3166) (H. Rept. 104-680) [16JY]
    Health Care Anti-Fraud Protections: Committee on Government Reform 
        and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-747) [2AU]
    Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 2202) (H. Rept. 104-828) [24SE]
    ------Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2202) (H. Rept. 104-
        469) [8MR] [21MR]
    ------Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 
        2202) (H. Rept. 104-469) [7MR]
    ------Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2202) (H. Rept. 
        104-469) [4MR]
    Interstate Stalking Punishment and Prevention Act: Committee on 
        the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2980) (H. Rept. 104-557) [6MY]
    Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act Appropriations: 
        Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) 
        (H.R. 3876) (H. Rept. 104-783) [12SE]
    Opening of Campus Security Crime Logs at Institutions of Higher 
        Education: Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities 
        (House) (H. Res. 470) (H. Rept. 104-776) [5SE]
    Parole Commission Phaseout Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (S. 1507) (H. Rept. 104-789) [16SE]
    Protect Proprietary Economic Information: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3723) (H. Rept. 104-788) [16SE]
    Reform and Oversight, National Drug Policy--Review of the Status 
        of the Drug War: Committee on Government Reform and Oversight 
        (House) (H. Rept. 104-486) [19MR]
    Release of Relevant Information on Violent Sex Offenders: 
        Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2137) (H. Rept. 104-
        555) [6MY]
    Review of Criminal Records of Applicants for Security Officer 
        Employment: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2092) (H. 
        Rept. 104-827) [24SE]
    Terrorist Attack on U.S. Peacekeeping Forces in Saudi Arabia: 
        Committee on National Security (House) (H. Con. Res. 200) (H. 
        Rept. 104-805) [17SE]
    U.S. Marshals Service Improvement Act: Committee on the Judiciary 
        (House) (H.R. 2641) (H. Rept. 104-541) [29AP]
    Use of Capitol Grounds for National Peace Officers' Memorial 
        Service: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 
        (House) (H. Con. Res. 147) (H. Rept. 104-488) [20MR]
    Utility of Motor Vehicle Title Information to Law Enforcement 
        Officers: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2803) (H. 
        Rept. 104-618) [12JN]
    Witness and Jury Retaliation and Tampering Prevention: Committee 
        on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3120) (H. Rept. 104-549) [1MY]

CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN AND ELDERLY PERSONS INCREASED PUNISHMENT ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (H.R. 2974): consideration (see H. Res. 421) [2MY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 2974, Provisions: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 421) (H. Rept. 104-552) [2MY]
    Provisions: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2974) (H. 
        Rept. 104-548) [1MY]

CROATIA
  Bills and resolutions
    Brown, Ronald H.: tribute (see H. Res. 403, 404, 406) [16AP] 
        [18AP]
    Committee on International Relations (House): funding for 
        investigation of U.S. role in Iranian arms transfer to Croatia 
        and Bosnia (see H. Res. 417) [29AP]
    ------investigate the U.S. role in Iranian arms transfer to 
        Croatia and Bosnia (see H. Res. 416) [29AP]
    Dept. of Commerce: relief of survivors of Federal employees killed 
        in plane crash while on trade mission in Croatia (see H.R. 
        3545) [29MY]
    ------tribute to employees and business leaders killed in plane 
        crash while on trade mission in Croatia (see H. Res. 403, 404, 
        406) [16AP] [18AP]
    Jasenovac death camp: condemn relocation of remains of individuals 
        (see H. Con. Res. 171) [2MY]
    ------preservation of memorial (see H. Con. Res. 219) [25SE]
  Reports filed
    Committee on International Relations (House) Funding for 
        Investigation of U.S. Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia 
        and Bosnia: Committee on House Oversight (House) (H. Res. 417) 
        (H. Rept. 104-559) [6MY]
    Committee on International Relations (House) Investigation of U.S. 
        Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia and Bosnia: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 416) (H. Rept. 104-551) [2MY]

CROOK COUNTY, WY
  Bills and resolutions
    Public lands: conveyance of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service lands 
        to Wyoming (see H.R. 3579) [5JN]
  Reports filed
    Conveyance of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Lands to Wyoming: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3579) (H. Rept. 104-711) 
        [26JY]

CROW CREEK SIOUX TRIBE INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT TRUST FUND ACT
  Reports filed
    Provisions: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2512) (H. Rept. 
        104-765) [4SE]

CUBA, REPUBLIC OF
  Bills and resolutions
    Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act: amend relative to the 
        exclusion of certain aliens (see H.R. 3980) [2AU]
    Foreign aid: prohibit assistance to countries that assist Cuba 
        (see H.R. 3974) [2AU]
    Foreign policy: strengthen international economic sanctions and 
        support transition to democratically elected government (H.R. 
        927), consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 370) 
        [5MR]
    Roosevelt, Theodore: award the Congressional Medal of Honor (see 
        H.R. 3966) [2AU]
  Conference reports
    Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act (H.R. 927) [4MR]
  Messages
    National Emergency Relative to Cuba: President Clinton [4MR]
    Telecommunications Services Relative to Cuba: President Clinton 
        [23SE]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 927, Cuban Liberty and 
        Democratic Solidarity Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        370) (H. Rept. 104-470) [5MR]
    Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 927) (H. Rept. 104-468) [4MR]

CUBAN LIBERTY AND DEMOCRATIC SOLIDARITY ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Aliens: amend relative to the exclusion of certain aliens (see 
        H.R. 3980) [2AU]
    Enact (H.R. 927): consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 
        370) [5MR]
  Conference reports
    Provisions (H.R. 927) [4MR]

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  Messages
    Telecommunications Services Relative to Cuba: President Clinton 
        [23SE]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 927, Provisions: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 370) (H. Rept. 104-470) 
        [5MR]
    Provisions: Committee of Conference (H.R. 927) (H. Rept. 104-468) 
        [4MR]

CUBIN, BARBARA (a Representative from Wyoming)
  Appointments
    Attendance of Funeral of Bill Emerson [26JN]
    Conferee: H.R. 1296, Presidio facilities management [9MY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Crook County, WY: conveyance of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 
        lands to Wyoming (see H.R. 3579) [5JN]
    Devils Tower National Monument: retain name of mountain (see H.R. 
        4020) [4SE]

CUNNINGHAM, RANDY ``DUKE'' (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 2202, Immigration in the National Interest Act 
        [11SE]
    ------H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Education: provide hold-harmless payment amounts for impact-aid 
        payments relative to Federal acquisition of real property (see 
        H.R. 3269) [18AP]
    English language: declare as official language of U.S. (see H.R. 
        3850, 3898) [18JY] [25JY]
    Individuals With Disabilities Education Act: reauthorization (see 
        H.R. 3268) [18AP]
    Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act: authorizing 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3876) [23JY]
    Native Americans: authorizing appropriations for certain programs 
        (see H.R. 3066) [12MR]
    San Diego County, CA: provide loan guarantee to Olivenhain Water 
        Storage Project (see H.R. 3851) [18JY]
    Tariff: golf clubs and golf club components (see H.R. 4240) [27SE]

CURRENCY
see Money

CUSTOMS SERVICE
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign trade: refund anti-dumping duty deposits relative to 
        certain imported orange juice (see H.R. 3922) [30JY]
    Kika de la Garza U.S. Border Station, Pharr, TX: designate (see 
        H.R. 4186) [25SE]
    Motor vehicles: treatment of foreign vehicles relative to U.S. 
        emission standards (see H.R. 3961) [2AU]

CZECH REPUBLIC
  Bills and resolutions
    International law: return of or compensation for properties 
        confiscated during Nazi, Facist, or Communist occupation (see 
        H. Con. Res. 228) [27SE]
    NATO: membership of Central and East European countries (see H.R. 
        3564) [4JN]

DAMS
  Bills and resolutions
    Auburn, CA: funding for dam construction on American River (see 
        H.R. 3270) [18AP]
    ------prohibit Federal funding for dam construction on American 
        River (see H.R. 2951) [1FE]
    Corps of Engineers: construction of flood control project on the 
        Sacramento and American Rivers, CA (see H.R. 3270) [18AP]
    Dept. of Agriculture: provide for maintenance of concrete dams and 
        weirs located in the Emigrant Wilderness area (see H.R. 3886) 
        [24JY]
    Floods: reduce hazards of dam failures (see H.R. 3602) [6JN]
    New Mexico: redesignate the Jemez Canyon Dam as Tamaya Dam (see 
        H.R. 2989) [28FE]
    Rocky Mountain National Park: designate certain lands as 
        wilderness (see H.R. 3339) [25AP]
    Sly Park Dam and Reservoir: sale by the Dept. of the Interior (see 
        H.R. 3903) [25JY]
    States: delegation of dam safety authority to State governments 
        (see H.R. 3641) [13JN]
    Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway: designate certain locks and dams 
        (see H.R. 3432) [9MY]
    William L. Jess Dam and Intake Structure, Jackson County, OR: 
        designate (see H.R. 3875) [23JY]
  Reports filed
    Crow Creek Sioux Tribe Infrastructure Development Trust Fund Act: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2512) (H. Rept. 104-765) 
        [4SE]
    Sly Park Dam and Reservoir Sale by the Dept. of the Interior: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3903) (H. Rept. 104-768) 
        [4SE]

DANNER, PAT (a Representative from Missouri)
  Appointments
    Attendance of Funeral of Bill Emerson [26JN]
    Canada-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [8MY]

DAVIS, SAMMY L.
  Bills and resolutions
    Sammy L. Davis Federal Building, Overland, MO: designate (see H.R. 
        3186) [28MR]
  Reports filed
    Sammy L. Davis Federal Building, Overland, MO: Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3186) (H. 
        Rept. 104-609) [6JN]

DAVIS, THOMAS M., III (a Representative from Virginia)
  Appointments
    George Washington's birthday ceremonies delegation [9FE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    District of Columbia: make technical corrections to improve 
        operations of local government (see H.R. 3664) [18JN]
    ------permit council to authorize the issuance of revenue bonds 
        relative to water and sewer facilities (see H.R. 3663) [18JN]
    E. Barrett Prettyman U.S. Courthouse, Washington, DC: designate 
        (see H.R. 3029) [6MR]
    Millennium Society: coordinate activities to commemorate the 
        second millennium and endow an international cross-cultural 
        scholarship fund (see H.R. 3631) [12JN]
    Morella, Representative: election as Speaker pro tempore (see H. 
        Res. 363) [6FE]
    OPM: delay privatization of the Office of Federal Investigation 
        (see H.R. 3189) [28MR]
    Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Regulation Compact: 
        congressional consent to amendments made by Maryland, 
        Virginia, and the District of Columbia (see H.J. Res. 194) 
        [17SE]

DAY CARE
see Children and Youth

de la GARZA, E (a Representative from Texas)
  Appointments
    Canada-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [8MY]
    Conferee: H.R. 2854, Agricultural Market Transition Act [14MR]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]

DEAF
see Disabled

DEAL, NATHAN (a Representative from Georgia)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3005, Securities Investment Promotion Act [24JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Textile industry and fabrics: authorize substitution for drawback 
        purposes of certain fibers and yarns used in carpet and rug 
        manufacturing (see H.R. 3380) [1MY]

DEATH AND DYING
  Appointments
    Attendance of Funeral of Bill Emerson [26JN]
  Bills and resolutions
    Assisted suicide, euthanasia, or mercy killing: prohibit Federal 
        funding (see H.R. 4149) [24SE]
    Capital punishment: attendance by families of victims at the 
        execution of the murderers (see H.R. 3220) [29MR]
    Hawaii: repatriation of certain Native American remains (see H.R. 
        4084) [17SE]
    Law enforcement: report deaths of persons in custody (see H.R. 
        3242) [15AP]
    Law enforcement officers: provide educational assistance to 
        dependents of Federal officials killed or disabled in the line 
        of duty (see H.R. 4111) [18SE]
    Medicare/Medicaid: prohibit funding for assisted suicide, 
        euthanasia, or mercy killing (see H.R. 3123) [20MR]
    Public Health Service Act: provide inclusive information service 
        relative to certain diseases (see H.R. 4257) [27SE]

DEATH PENALTY
see Capital Punishment

DEEPWATER PORT ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Amend (see H.R. 2940) [1FE]
  Reports filed
    Amend: Committee on Transporation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 
        2940) (H. Rept. 104-692) [18JY]

DeFAZIO, PETER A. (a Representative from Oregon)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Dept. of Defense: funding reductions (see H.R. 3202) [29MR]
    FAA: reorganize and remove all duties not related to safety (see 
        H.R. 3831) [17JY]
    Mark O. Hatfield U.S. Courthouse, Portland, OR: designate (see 
        H.R. 3134) [21MR]

DEFENSE BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT COMMISSION
  Bills and resolutions
    Dept. of Defense: early deferred annuities for certain employees 
        who are separated from service due to defense base closures 
        (see H.R. 3279) [18AP]

DEFENSE OF MARRIAGE ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (see H.R. 3396) [7MY]
    Enact (H.R. 3396): consideration (see H. Res. 474) [10JY]
  Motions
    Enact (H.R. 3396) [12JY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 3396, Provisions: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 474) (H. Rept. 104-666) [10JY]
    Provisions: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3396) (H. 
        Rept. 104-664) [9JY]

DEL NORTE COUNTY, CA
  Reports filed
    California Land Conveyance to the Del Norte County Unified School 
        District: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2709) (H. Rept. 
        104-763) [4SE]

DeLAURO, ROSA L. (a Representative from Connecticut)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Courts: sentencing guidelines for possession of a firearm with a 
        laser sighting device during commission of a crime (see H.R. 
        2991) [29FE]
    Dept. of Defense: treatment of expenses for contractors who 
        relocate due to cessation of military activities at the 
        Stratford Army Engine Plant (see H.R. 4340) [3OC]
    Diseases: research on the human papilloma virus relative to 
        cervical cancer (see H. Con. Res. 156) [27MR]
    Health: require health plans to provide coverage for a minimum 
        hospital stay for certain breast cancer treatments (see H.R. 
        4296) [28SE]
    National Infrastructure Development Corp.: establish (see H.R. 
        3162, 3168) [26MR] [27MR]

DeLAY, TOM (a Representative from Texas)
  Appointments
    Committee To Escort Irish Prime Minister John Bruton Into the 
        House Chamber [11SE]
    Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Into 
        the House Chamber [10JY]
    Committee To Escort the President [23JA]
    Conferee: H.R. 3666, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and 
        sundry independent agencies appropriations [11SE]
    ------H.R. 3816, energy and water development appropriations [5SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Electric power: provide for retail competition among suppliers 
        (see H.R. 4297) [28SE]

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    Government: reduce spending and regulatory programs (see H. Con. 
        Res. 193) [27JN]
    Hazardous substances: exempt transportation by certain vehicles 
        from Government regulations (see H.R. 3153) [22MR]
    Roads and highways: construction funding (see H.R. 3775) [10JY]

DELLUMS, RONALD V. (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------S. 1124, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [5JA]
  Motions offered by
    Dept. of Defense: authorizing military activities appropriations 
        and prescribing personnel strengths (H.R. 3230) [15MY] [17JY]
    ------authorizing military activities appropriations and 
        prescribing personnel strengths (H.R. 3230), conference report 
        [1AU]

DEMING, W. EDWARDS
  Bills and resolutions
    W. Edwards Deming Federal Building, Suitland, MD: designate (see 
        H.R. 3535) [23MY]
  Reports filed
    W. Edwards Deming Federal Building, Suitland, MD: Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3535) (H. 
        Rept. 104-780) [10SE]

DEMOCRACY
  Bills and resolutions
    Belarus: independence anniversary (see H. Con. Res. 163) [17AP]
    Burma: U.S. policy (see H. Con. Res. 188) [13JN]
    China, People's Republic of: human rights situation in Tibet (see 
        H. Res. 347) [25JA]
    ------most-favored-nation status (see H.J. Res. 181, 182) [12JN] 
        [13JN]
    ------most-favored-nation status (H.J. Res. 182), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 463) [25JN]
    ------most-favored-nation status relative to the admission of the 
        Republic of China to the World Trade Organization (see H.R. 
        3569) [4JN]
    ------U.S. policy (see H. Res. 461) [25JN]
    ------U.S. policy (H. Res. 461), consideration (see H. Res. 463) 
        [25JN]
    China, Republic of: democracy efforts (see H. Con. Res. 138, 140) 
        [31JA]
    ------tribute on the occasion of first Presidential election (see 
        H. Con. Res. 154) [26MR]
    ------U.S. policy on regional stability and defense (see H. Con. 
        Res. 148) [7MR]
    Cuba: strengthen international economic sanctions and support 
        transition to democratically elected government (H.R. 927), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 370) [5MR]
    Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act: amend relative to the 
        exclusion of certain aliens (see H.R. 3980) [2AU]
    Elections: reform voter registration procedures (see H.R. 4209) 
        [26SE]
    Foreign policy: endorse adoption of European Parliament resolution 
        supporting efforts by the Republic of China at joining the 
        community of nations (see H. Con. Res. 212) [11SE]
    ------strengthen protection of human rights (see H.R. 4036) [5SE]
    Kenya: human rights and political situation (see H. Con. Res. 135) 
        [25JA]
    Kosovo: human rights violations (see H. Con. Res. 155) [27MR]
    Lebanon: recognize territorial integrity, unity, sovereignty, and 
        independence (see H. Con. Res. 209) [2AU]
    Poland: anniversary of adoption of constitution (see H. Con. Res. 
        165) [18AP]
    Serbia: condemn restrictions on freedom of the press and the 
        democratic and humanitarian activities of the Soros Foundation 
        (see H. Res. 378) [12MR]
    Sierra Leone: elections (see H. Con. Res. 160) [15AP]
    USIA: provide computer access to multilingual text and voice 
        recordings of VOA transcripts (see H.R. 3916) [30JY]
    Zaire: democracy efforts (see H. Res. 399) [29MR]
  Conference reports
    Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act (H.R. 927) [4MR]
  Messages
    National Endowment for Democracy: President Clinton [23FE]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 927, Cuban Liberty and 
        Democratic Solidarity Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        370) (H. Rept. 104-470) [5MR]
    Consideration of H. Res. 461, U.S. Policy Towards the People's 
        Republic of China: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 463) 
        (H. Rept. 104-636) [25JN]
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 182, Most-Favored-Nation Status for the 
        People's Republic of China: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 463) (H. Rept. 104-636) [25JN]
    Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 927) (H. Rept. 104-468) [4MR]
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for the People's Republic of China: 
        Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.J. Res. 182) (H. Rept. 
        104-634) [25JN]

DEMOCRATIC PARTY
  Bills and resolutions
    Committees of the House: minority party appointments (see H. Res. 
        367, 408, 414, 447, 523) [28FE] [22AP] [25AP] [5JN] [17SE]
    House Rules: allow consideration of floor amendments supported by 
        20 percent of both the majority and minority membership (see 
        H. Res. 548) [27SE]
    Presidential Debate Commission: establish on an ongoing basis and 
        require nominees for President and Vice President to 
        participate in debates to receive Federal funding for party 
        conventions (see H.R. 4310) [28SE]

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 2854, Agricultural Market Transition Act [14MR]
    ------H.R. 3603, agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related 
        agencies programs appropriations [30JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Agriculture: allow interstate distribution of State-inspected meat 
        (see H.R. 3750) [27JN]
    ------conduct census (see H.R. 3665) [18JN]
    ------Federal assistance to livestock producers adversely affected 
        by drought conditions (see H.R. 3449; H. Con. Res. 181) [14MY] 
        [23MY]
    ------improve operation of certain programs (see H.R. 2973) [27FE]
    ------improve operation of certain programs (H.R. 2854), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 393) [27MR]
    ------improve reporting and ensure competitiveness in the 
        livestock industry (see H.R. 3794) [11JY]
    ------increase emphasis on and disseminate results of agricultural 
        research projects relative to precision agriculture (see H.R. 
        3795) [11JY]
    ------maintain foreign market development programs (see H.R. 2950) 
        [1FE]
    ------packing standards for imported tomatoes (see H.R. 2921) 
        [31JA]
    ------regulation of slaughterhouses (see H.R. 3424) [9MY]
    ------repeal restrictions on colored margarine (see H.R. 2860) 
        [5JA]
    Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agencies 
        programs: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3603) [7JN]
    ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3603), consideration (see 
        H. Res. 451) [10JN]
    ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3603), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 496) [31JY]
    Barley: payment rate (see H.R. 4002) [2AU]
    Board of Tea Experts: abolish (see H.R. 2969) [23FE]
    ------abolish (S. 1518), return to Senate (see H. Res. 387) [21MR]
    California: pilot project in the Plumas, Lassen, and Tahoe 
        National Forests to demonstrate resource management activity 
        effectiveness (see H.R. 4082) [17SE]
    Colville National Forest: conduct an adaptive forest management 
        research program (see H.R. 3485) [16MY]
    Commodity Exchange Act: regulatory requirements relative to the 
        purchase or sale of commodities from markets located abroad 
        (see H.R. 3891) [24JY]
    Conservation Reserve Program: extend contracts (see H.R. 4336) 
        [1OC]
    Consolidated Farm Service Agency: provide grace period for lending 
        to delinquent borrowers (see H.R. 3236) [15AP]
    Dos Palos, CA: conveyance of certain lands to the Dos Palos Ag 
        Boosters (see H.R. 4041) [10SE]
    Emergency Food Assistance Act: purchase of commodities using State 
        funds (see H.R. 3978) [2AU]
    Emigrant Wilderness area: provide for maintenance of concrete dams 
        and weirs (see H.R. 3886) [24JY]
    Farmers: provide greater planting flexibility (see H.R. 3900) 
        [25JY]
    Federal aid programs: elimination of certain Federal programs and 
        subsidies (see H.R. 2934) [1FE]
    Fish and fishing: provide diagnostic and certification services to 
        reduce diseases associated with salmonid family of fish (see 
        H.R. 2908) [31JA]
    Food: consolidate and improve all inspection activities relative 
        to livestock and poultry carcasses, seafood, meat products, 
        poultry products, and seafood products (see H.R. 4302) [28SE]
    Forest Service: remove restrictions on acquisitions from other 
        Federal agencies for improved firefighting (see H.R. 3417) 
        [8MY]
    Mark Twain National Forest, MO: boundary adjustment (see H.R. 
        3464) [15MY]
    Pesticides: reform antimicrobial pesticide registration (see H.R. 
        3338) [25AP]
    Public welfare programs: funding for nutrition programs (see H.R. 
        4275) [28SE]
    Tennessee: authorize haying and grazing on certain lands (see H.R. 
        3554) [30MY]
    Wenatchee National Forest: land exchange with Chelan County, WA 
        (see H.R. 3581) [5JN]
  Conference reports
    Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations (H.R. 3603) [30JY]
    Federal Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act (H.R. 2854) [25MR]
  Messages
    Revised Deferral of Budgetary Resources: President Clinton [5MR]
  Motions
    Agriculture: improve operation of certain programs (H.R. 2854) 
        [29FE]
    Federal aid programs: improve operation (H.R. 2854) [14MR]
  Reports filed
    Agricultural Market Transition Act: Committee of Conference (H.R. 
        2854) (H. Rept. 104-494) [25MR]
    ------Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2854) (H. Rept. 104-
        462) [9FE]
    Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3603) (H. Rept. 
        104-726) [30JY]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3603) (H. Rept. 
        104-613) [7JN]
    Board of Tea Experts Abolishment: Committee on Commerce (House) 
        (H.R. 2969) (H. Rept. 104-467) [8MR]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2969) (H. Rept. 
        104-467) [4MR]
    Conduct Census of Agriculture: Committee on Agriculture (House) 
        (H.R. 3665) (H. Rept. 104-653) [27JN]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2854, Federal 
        Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 393) (H. Rept. 104-502) [27MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3603, Agriculture, 
        Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 496) (H. 
        Rept. 104-730) [31JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 2854, Agricultural Market Transition Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 366) (H. Rept. 104-463) 
        [27FE]

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    Consideration of H.R. 3603, Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, 
        and Related Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 451) (H. Rept. 104-616) [10JN]
    Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corp. Operation Improvements: 
        Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2130) (H. Rept. 104-
        446) [4JA]
    Mark Twain National Forest, MO, Boundary Adjustment: Committee on 
        Agriculture (House) (H.R. 3464) (H. Rept. 104-654) [8JY]
    North Platte National Wildlife Refuge Boundary Adjustment: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2679) (H. Rept. 104-527) 
        [18AP]
    Ski Area Permit Issuance Regulations and Mineral Leasing Law 
        Suspensions in National Forest Ski Areas: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 1527) (H. Rept. 104-516) [15AP]
    Wenatchee National Forest Land Exchange With Chelan County, WA: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2518, 3581) (H. Rept. 
        104-764) [4SE]

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: making omnibus consolidated (see H.R. 4278) [28SE]
    Brown, Ronald H.: tribute (see H. Res. 403, 404, 406) [16AP] 
        [18AP]
    Computers: use, sale, and export of encryption products for 
        privacy and security (see H.R. 3011) [5MR]
    Croatia: tribute to employees and business leaders killed in plane 
        crash while on trade mission (see H. Res. 403, 404, 406) 
        [16AP] [18AP]
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3814), consideration (see H. Res. 479) 
        [16JY]
    ------making appropriations (see H.R. 3814) [16JY]
    Disasters: provide windstorm insurance to certain property owners 
        and require study relative to taxation of insurance reserves 
        for future natural disasters (see H.R. 4115) [19SE]
    Federal employees: relief of survivors of employees killed in 
        plane crash while on trade mission in Croatia (see H.R. 3545) 
        [29MY]
    Foreign trade: extend authority for certain export assistance 
        agencies (see H.R. 3759, 4109) [9JY] [18SE]
    National Marine Fisheries Service: convey to Massachusetts the 
        laboratory in Gloucester, MA (H.R. 1358), disposition of 
        Senate amendment (see H. Res. 338) [5JA]
    Oceans: improve coordination of Federal oceanographic programs 
        (see H.R. 3537) [29MY]
    Patent and Trademark Office: convert to Government corporation 
        (see H.R. 3460) [15MY]
    Ronald H. Brown Commerce Building, Washington, DC: designate (see 
        H.R. 3247) [15AP]
    Ronald H. Brown Federal Building, New York, NY: designate (see 
        H.R. 3560) [30MY]
    Science: authorizing appropriations for Federal civilian science 
        activities (see H.R. 3322) [25AP]
    ------authorizing appropriations for Federal civilian science 
        activities (H.R. 3322), consideration (see H. Res. 427) [7MY]
    Technology: competitiveness of the electronic inter-connections 
        industry (see H. Res. 537) [25SE]
  Messages
    NOAA Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management: President 
        Clinton [9JY]
  Motions
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 2076), veto [3JA]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3814) [24JY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 3322, Federal Civilian Science Activities 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 427) (H. 
        Rept. 104-565) [7MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3814, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State 
        and the Judiciary Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 479) (H. Rept. 104-678) [16JY]
    Cooperative Fisheries Management Act: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 2160) (H. Rept. 104-517) [15AP]
    Dept. of Commerce Toll-Free Telephone Number for Consumer 
        Assistance: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 447) (H. Rept. 
        104-753) [2AU]
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 
        3814) (H. Rept. 104-676) [16JY]
    Disposition of Senate Amendment to H.R. 1358, National Marine 
        Fisheries Service Laboratory Conveyance to Massachusetts: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 338) (H. Rept. 104-449) 
        [5JA]
    Export Assistance Agencies Authority Extension: Committee on 
        International Relations (House) (H.R. 3759) (H. Rept. 104-722) 
        [30JY]
    Federal Civilian Science Activities Appropriations: Committee on 
        Science (House) (H.R. 3322) (H. Rept. 104-550) [1MY]
    Federal Oceanography Coordination Improvement Act: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3537) (H. Rept. 104-771) [4SE]
    Patent and Trademark Office Conversion to Government Corporation: 
        Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3460) (H. Rept. 104-
        784) [12SE]
    Sampling and Statistical Adjustment in the Decennial Census--
        Fundemental Flaws: Committee on Government Reform and 
        Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-821) [24SE]

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 1296, Presidio facilities management [9MY]
    ------H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------H.R. 3517, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        construction, family housing, and base realignment and closure 
        [26JY]
    ------H.R. 3610, Dept. of Defense appropriations [30JY]
    ------S. 1124, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [5JA]
  Bills and resolutions
    Alderson, Wayne T.: award Medal of Honor (see H.R. 2961; H. Con. 
        Res. 143) [1FE]
    American Samoa: require U.S. nationals accepted in ROTC programs 
        to apply for citizenship (see H.R. 3327) [25AP]
    Appropriations: authorizing for military activities and 
        prescribing personnel strengths (see H.R. 3230) [15AP]
    ------authorizing for military activities and prescribing 
        personnel strengths (H.R. 3230), consideration (see H. Res. 
        430) [9MY]
    ------authorizing for military activities and prescribing 
        personnel strengths (H.R. 3230), consideration of conference 
        report (see H. Res. 498) [31JY]
    ------authorizing for military activities and prescribing 
        personnel strengths (S. 1124), consideration of conference 
        report (see H. Res. 340) [23JA]
    ------authorizing for military construction (see H.R. 3231) [15AP]
    ------making (see H.R. 3610) [11JN]
    ------making for military construction, family housing, and base 
        realignment and closure (see H.R. 3517) [23MY]
    ------making for military construction, family housing, and base 
        realignment and closure (H.R. 3517), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 442) [29MY]
    ------making for military construction, family housing, and base 
        realignment and closure (H.R. 3517), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 497) [31JY]
    ------making (H.R. 3610), consideration (see H. Res. 453) [12JN]
    ------making omnibus consolidated (see H.R. 4278) [28SE]
    Armed Forces: allow personal injury actions against military 
        health care professionals (see H.R. 4221) [26SE]
    ------discharge of military personnel relative to positive HIV 
        test (see H.R. 2959, 3926, 4344) [1FE] [31JY] [4OC]
    ------establish criminal sentence of life without parole and make 
        denials of parole appealable only to the President (see H.R. 
        4104) [18SE]
    ------limit placement under U.N. operational or tactical control 
        (see H.R. 3308) [24AP]
    ------limit placement under U.N. operational or tactical control 
        (H.R. 3308), consideration (see H. Res. 517) [4SE]
    ------permit certain beneficiaries to enroll in the Federal 
        Employees Health Program (see H.R. 3012) [5MR]
    ------policy regarding military service by homosexuals (see H.R. 
        3925) [31JY]
    ------revise payment of retired pay to former spouses of retired 
        members (see H.R. 3408) [7MY]
    ------treatment of Dept. of Defense separation pay relative to 
        Dept. of Veterans Affairs disability compensation (see H.R. 
        3521) [23MY]
    Army Reserves: designate wearing of army uniforms annually on 
        April 23 (see H. Con. Res. 168) [30AP]
    Auburn, CA: funding for dam construction on American River (see 
        H.R. 3270) [18AP]
    Barry, John: recognize as first flag officer of the U.S. Navy (see 
        H.J. Res. 196) [26SE]
    Business and industry: prohibit payment under defense contracts of 
        restructuring costs for mergers or acquisitions (see H.R. 
        3433) [10MY]
    California: management of the Presidio facilities (see H.R. 4236) 
        [27SE]
    ------management of the Presidio facilities (H.R. 1296), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 536) [25SE]
    Cecil Field Naval Air Station, FL: transfer jurisdiction over 
        certain lands to Dept. of Veterans Affairs (see H.R. 3882) 
        [23JY]
    Chemical weapons: alternatives to demilitarization of munitions 
        under the baseline incinerator program (see H.R. 3767) [10JY]
    China, Republic of: U.S. policy on regional stability and defense 
        (see H. Con. Res. 148) [7MR]
    Coast Guard: cost estimate for the engineering, design and 
        retrofitting of the icebreaker Mackinaw (see H.R. 4081) [17SE]
    Coastal zones: clarify Corps of Engineers responsibilities to 
        promote and carry out shore protection projects (see H.R. 
        3551) [29MY]
    Commission on the Future for America's Veterans: establish (see 
        H.R. 4060) [11SE]
    Committee on International Relations (House): funding for 
        investigation of U.S. role in Iranian arms transfer to Croatia 
        and Bosnia (see H. Res. 417) [29AP]
    ------investigate the U.S. role in Iranian arms transfer to 
        Croatia and Bosnia (see H. Res. 416) [29AP]
    Contracts: establish limitations on taxpayer-financed compensation 
        for defense contractors (see H.R. 3512) [22MY]
    ------procurement of aircraft landing gear manufactured and 
        assembled in the U.S. (see H.R. 3171) [27MR]
    ------revise reporting requirements of cost restructuring on 
        defense contracts (see H.R. 3444) [10MY]
    Corps of Engineers: authorize water conservation and river and 
        harbor improvement projects (see H.R. 3563, 3592) [4JN] [6JN]
    ------conduct study of mitigation banks (see H.R. 4211) [26SE]
    ------construction of flood control project on the Sacramento and 
        American Rivers, CA (see H.R. 3270) [18AP]
    Defense contracts: prohibit additional payments and revise certain 
        reporting requirements for restructuring costs (see H.R. 3608) 
        [10JN]
    Dept. of Energy: establish a National Test and Demonstration 
        Center of Excellence at the Nevada test site (see H.R. 2899) 
        [25JA]
    Dept. of the Navy: enhance and increase knowledge of the oceans 
        (see H.R. 3363) [30AP]
    Education: Impact Aid Program reform (see H.R. 2886) [25JA]
    ------technical corrections relative to certain assistance 
        authority (see H.R. 4282) [28SE]
    Elections: extend the period for receipt of certain absentee 
        ballots (see H.R. 3058) [8MR]
    Federal employees: military uniform requirements for civilian 
        employees of the National Guard (see H.R. 3311) [24AP]
    Food: expand authority to donate unusual food (see H.R. 3312) 
        [24AP]
    Foreign aid: improve defense and security assistance (see H.R. 
        3121) [20MR]
    Foreign countries: withdrawal of forces stationed in foreign 
        countries that do not assume costs and appli

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        cation of savings to the Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Fund 
        (see H.R. 2936) [1FE]
    Foreign trade: prohibit sale in commissary or exchange stores of 
        imported items not produced under minimum labor standards (see 
        H.R. 3843) [17JY]
    Forest fires: sale of excess aircraft relative to suppression of 
        wildfires (see H.R. 4108) [18SE]
    Forrestal Institute: establish (see H.R. 2993) [29FE]
    Fort Lewis, WA: land exchange with Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Co. 
        (see H.R. 2859) [5JA]
    Funding: reduce (see H.R. 3202) [29MR]
    Government regulations: repeal certain limitations on the 
        operation of depots (see H.R. 2852) [5JA]
    Health: allow military health care system beneficiaries the option 
        to enroll in Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (see 
        H.R. 3368, 3699) [30AP] [20JN]
    History: tribute to individuals who served the U.S. during the 
        period known as the cold war (see H. Con. Res. 180) [22MY]
    House Rules: question of privilege relative to withdrawal of 
        invitation to Jacques Chirac to address a joint meeting of 
        Congress (see H. Res. 350) [30JA]
    Hudson River Basin: habitat restoration projects (see H.R. 3471) 
        [16MY]
    Intelligence services: reorganize and reform management of 
        intelligence community (see H.R. 3237) [15AP]
    Iowa: provide relief for agricultural producers for flooding 
        losses caused by water retention at the Lake Redrock dam (see 
        H.R. 4054) [11SE]
    Korean War: mint coins in commemoration of Puerto Ricans who 
        served in the 65th Infantry Regiment (see H.R. 3228) [29MR]
    ------tribute to Puerto Ricans who served in the 65th Infantry 
        Regiment (see H. Con. Res. 159) [29MR]
    Law enforcement: assist the procurement of equipment for 
        counterdrug activities by State and local governments (see 
        H.R. 2931) [1FE]
    Mariemont, OH: conveyance of a parcel of land under Corps of 
        Engineers' jurisdiction (see H.R. 3072) [12MR]
    Metric system: exempt from requirements relative to nuclear 
        facilities (see H.R. 3164) [26MR]
    MIA: restore missing person status to certain civilian and 
        contractor employees (see H.R. 4000) [2AU]
    Missouri (U.S.S.): transfer to U.S.S. Missouri Allied Forces 
        Memorial, San Francisco, CA (see H.R. 4066) [12SE]
    National security: national missile defense system (see H.R. 3144) 
        [21MR]
    ------national missile defense system (H.R. 3144), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 438) [16MY]
    New, Michael: reverse court-martial relative to refusal to wear 
        U.N. uniform insignia (see H. Con. Res. 134) [25JA]
    Pensions: early deferred annuities for certain employees who are 
        separated from service due to defense base closures (see H.R. 
        3279) [18AP]
    Pittsburgh (U.S.S.): tribute to crew (see H. Res. 534) [24SE]
    Pornography: prohibit the sale or distribution of sexually 
        explicit material to any individual (see H.R. 3300) [23AP]
    Saudi Arabia: terrorist attack on U.S. peacekeeping forces (see H. 
        Con. Res. 200) [24JY]
    Ships and vessels: prohibit use of certain shipping cost 
        differentials relative to Merchant Marine Act (see H.R. 4343) 
        [3OC]
    ------transfer naval vessels to certain foreign countries (see 
        H.R. 3121) [20MR]
    Social Security: Medicare reimbursement to Military Health 
        Services System (see H.R. 3142, 3151, 4068) [21MR] [12SE]
    ------provide enrollment period for Medicare and medigap relative 
        to certain military retirees and dependents (see H.R. 4298) 
        [28SE]
    Steubenville, OH: conveyance of a parcel of land under Corps of 
        Engineers' jurisdiction (see H.R. 4021) [4SE]
    Stratford Army Engine Plant: treatment of expenses for contractors 
        who relocate due to cessation of military activities (see H.R. 
        4340) [3OC]
    Sudan: prohibit foreign aid or arms transfers until elimination of 
        chattel slavery (see H.R. 3766) [9JY]
    Taxation: treatment of Armed Forces members performing services in 
        Bosnia and Herzegovina (see H.R. 2879) [25JA]
    ------treatment of Armed Forces members performing services in 
        Somalia (see H.R. 4179) [25SE]
    Technology: competitiveness of the electronic inter-connections 
        industry (see H. Res. 537) [25SE]
    Veterans: eligibility for training and rehabilitation assistance 
        and transfer of certain educational assistance authority (see 
        H.R. 3674) [19JN]
    ------eliminate double taxation of lump sum separation benefits 
        and compensation for a service-connected disability (see H.R. 
        3183) [28MR]
    ------reform and improve eligibility for medical care and services 
        (see H.R. 3118, 3119) [20MR]
    ------treatment of cold weather injuries received during military 
        operations (see H.R. 4007) [2AU]
    Vietnamese Conflict: provide compensation to certain Vietnamese 
        who were employed (see H.R. 3668) [18JN]
    Weapons: deployment policy for antiballistic missile systems (see 
        H.R. 3489) [16MY]
    ------detection and interception of weapons of mass destruction 
        delivered by unconventional means (see H.R. 3729) [26JN]
    ------proliferation and use of weapons of mass destruction (see 
        H.R. 3730) [27JN]
  Conference reports
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations for Military Activities and 
        Personnel Strengths (S. 1124) [22JA], (H.R. 3230) [30JY]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations for Military Construction, Family 
        Housing, and Base Realignment and Closure (H.R. 3517) [30JY]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H.R. 3610) [28SE]
    Presidio Facilities and Parks and Public Lands Management (H.R. 
        1296) [24SE]
  Messages
    Dept. of Defense Budget Rescissions: President Clinton [13MR]
    Issuance of Licenses for the Export of Defense Articles and U.S.-
        Origin Satellites to the People's Republic of China: President 
        Clinton [24JN]
    National Achievements in Aeronautics and Space: President Clinton 
        [26JN]
    National Emergency Relative to Angola: President Clinton [19SE]
    National Security Strategy: President Clinton [7MR]
    Revised Deferral of Budgetary Resources: President Clinton [27FE]
    Veto of H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense Appropriations: President 
        Clinton [3JA]
  Motions
    Appropriations: authorizing for military activities and 
        prescribing personnel strengths (H.R. 3230) [15MY] [17JY]
    ------authorizing for military activities and prescribing 
        personnel strengths (H.R. 3230), conference report [1AU]
    ------authorizing for military activities and prescribing 
        personnel strengths (S. 1124) [5JA]
    ------making for military construction, family housing, and base 
        realignment and closure (H.R. 3517) [26JY]
    ------making (H.R. 3610) [30JY]
    ------making (H.R. 3610), conference report [28SE]
    California: management of the Presidio facilities (H.R. 4236) 
        [28SE]
    Corps of Engineers: authorize water conservation and river and 
        harbor improvement projects (H.R. 3592) [30JY]
  Reports filed
    Committee on International Relations (House) Funding for 
        Investigation of U.S. Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia 
        and Bosnia: Committee on House Oversight (House) (H. Res. 417) 
        (H. Rept. 104-559) [6MY]
    Committee on International Relations (House) Investigation of U.S. 
        Role in Iranian Arms Transfer to Croatia and Bosnia: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 416) (H. Rept. 104-551) [2MY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1296, Presidio 
        Facilities and Parks and Public Lands Management: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H.R. 1296) (H. Rept. 104-836) [25SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense 
        Appropriations for Military Activities and Personnel 
        Strengths: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 498) (H. Rept. 
        104-732) [31JY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3517, Dept. of Defense 
        Appropriations for Military Construction, Family Housing, and 
        Base Realignment and Closure: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 497) (H. Rept. 104-731) [31JY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 1124, Dept. of Defense 
        Appropriations for Military Activities and Personnel 
        Strengths: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 340) (H. Rept. 
        104-451) [23JA]
    Consideration of H.R. 3144, National Missile Defense System: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 438) (H. Rept. 104-582) 
        [16MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense Appropriations for 
        Military Activities and Personnel Strengths: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 430) (H. Rept. 104-570) [9MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3308, Limit Placement of Armed Forces Under 
        U.N. Operational or Tactical Control: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 517) (H. Rept. 104-774) [4SE]
    Consideration of H.R. 3517, Dept. of Defense Appropriations for 
        Military Construction, Family Housing, and Base Realignment 
        and Closure: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 442) (H. 
        Rept. 104-599) [29MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3610, Dept. of Defense Appropriations: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 453) (H. Rept. 104-619) 
        [12JN]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 
        3610) (H. Rept. 104-863) [28SE]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3610) (H. Rept. 
        104-617) [11JN]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations for Military Activities and 
        Personnel Strengths: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3230) (H. 
        Rept. 104-724) [30JY]
    ------Committee of Conference (S. 1124) (H. Rept. 104-450) [22JA]
    ------Committee on National Security (House) (H.R. 3230) (H. Rept. 
        104-563) [7MY]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations for Military Construction, Family 
        Housing, and Base Realignment and Closure: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 3517) (H. Rept. 104-721) [30JY]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3517) (H. Rept. 
        104-591) [23MY]
    Dept. of Defense Transfer of Naval Vessels to Certain Foreign 
        Countries and Defense and Security Assistance Improvements: 
        Committee on International Relations (House) (H.R. 3121) (H. 
        Rept. 104-519) [16AP]
    Impact Aid Program Technical Corrections: Committee on Economic 
        and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3269) (H. Rept. 
        104-560) [7MY]
    Intelligence Community Reorganization and Reform: Committee on 
        National Security (House) (H.R. 3237) (H. Rept. 104-620) 
        [23JY]
    Limit Placement of Armed Forces Under U.N. Operational or Tactical 
        Control: Committee on National Security (House) (H.R. 3308) 
        (H. Rept. 104-642) [27JN]
    Medicare Reimbursement to Military Health Services System: 
        Committee on National Security (House) (H.R. 3142) (H. Rept. 
        104-837) [25SE]
    National Missile Defense System: Committee on National Security 
        (House) (H.R. 3144) (H. Rept. 104-583) [16MY]
    Presidio Facilities and Parks and Public Lands Management: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 1296) (H. Rept. 104-836) [24SE]
    Reform and Improve Veterans Eligibility for Medical Care and 
        Services: Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3118) 
        (H. Rept. 104-690) [18JY]
    Restore Missing Person Status to Certain Dept. of Defense Civilian 
        and Contract Employees: Committee on National Security (House) 
        (H.R. 4000) (H. Rept. 104-806) [17SE]

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    Tax Treatment of Military Income Derived From Services Performed 
        During a Contingency Operation: Committee on Ways and Means 
        (House) (H.R. 2778) (H. Rept. 104-465) [29FE]
    Terrorist Attack on U.S. Peacekeeping Forces in Saudi Arabia: 
        Committee on National Security (House) (H. Con. Res. 200) (H. 
        Rept. 104-805) [17SE]
    Tribute to Individuals Who Served the U.S. During the Period Known 
        as the Cold War: Committee on National Security (House) (H. 
        Con. Res. 180) (H. Rept. 104-804) [17SE]
    Veterans Eligibility for Training and Rehabilitation Assistance 
        and Transfer of Certain Educational Assistance Authority: 
        Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3674) (H. Rept. 
        104-650) [27JN]
    Water Resources Development Act: Committee of Conference (S. 640) 
        (H. Rept. 104-843) [25SE]
    ------Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 
        3592) (H. Rept. 104-695) [22JY]

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
  Appointments
    Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance [18JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: making omnibus consolidated (see H.R. 4278) [28SE]
    Crime: require opening of campus security crime logs at 
        institutions of higher education (see H. Res. 470) [27JN]
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3755) [8JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3755), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 472) [9JY]
    Education: deny funds to education programs that allow corporal 
        punishment (see H.R. 2918) [31JA]
    ------develop elementary and secondary school curriculum standards 
        (see H.R. 3257) [16AP]
    ------eligibility standards for short term educational programs 
        (see H.R. 2914) [31JA]
    ------establish Role Models Academy for at-risk youths (see H.R. 
        4161) [24SE]
    ------exempt certain lenders from audit requirements of student 
        loan programs (see H.R. 3002) [4MR]
    ------funding levels for federally assisted education programs 
        (see H. Con. Res. 144) [1FE]
    ------participation of local agencies in certain programs 
        independent of State involvement (see H.R. 3313) [24AP]
    ------permit financial institutions under the Federal Family 
        Education Loan Program to pay origination fees of borrowers 
        (see H.R. 3863) [22JY]
    ------provide interest subsidies for construction and renovation 
        of schools (see H.R. 4309) [28SE]
    ------State funding for drug and violence prevention programs (see 
        H.R. 4016) [2AU]
    National Environmental Science and Policy Academy: feasibility 
        study (see H.R. 4175) [25SE]
  Motions
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3755) [11JY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 3755, Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, 
        and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 472) (H. Rept. 104-662) [9JY]
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and Related Agencies 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 
        3755) (H. Rept. 104-659) [8JY]
    Impact Aid Program Technical Corrections: Committee on Economic 
        and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3269) (H. Rept. 
        104-560) [7MY]
    Opening of Campus Security Crime Logs at Institutions of Higher 
        Education: Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities 
        (House) (H. Res. 470) (H. Rept. 104-776) [5SE]
    Permit Financial Institutions Under the Federal Family Education 
        Loan Program To Pay Origination Fees of Borrowers: Committee 
        on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3863) 
        (H. Rept. 104-775) [5SE]

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY
  Bills and resolutions
    Electric and Magnetic Fields Research and Public Information 
        Dissemination Program: extension (see H.R. 4013) [2AU]
    Energy Policy and Conservation Act: extend certain programs (see 
        H.R. 4083) [17SE]
    National Test and Demonstration Center of Excellence: establish at 
        the Nevada test site (see H.R. 2899) [25JA]
    Nuclear energy: prohibit use of Federal funds for the construction 
        or operation of the National Ignition Facility or certain 
        inertial confinement fusion projects (see H.R. 3143) [21MR]
    Power resources: privatize the Federal Power Marketing 
        Administration and certain TVA facilities (see H.R. 3878) 
        [23JY]
    Radioactive substances: suspend reprocessing activities for spent 
        nuclear fuel and radioactive target materials (see H. Con. 
        Res. 197) [10JY]
    Research: authorize hydrogen development and demonstration 
        programs (see H.R. 4138) [24SE]
    Science: authorizing appropriations for Federal civilian science 
        activities (see H.R. 3322) [25AP]
    ------authorizing appropriations for Federal civilian science 
        activities (H.R. 3322), consideration (see H. Res. 427) [7MY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 3322, Federal Civilian Science Activities 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 427) (H. 
        Rept. 104-565) [7MY]
    Energy Policy and Conservation Act Programs Extension: Committee 
        on Commerce (House) (H.R. 4083) (H. Rept. 104-814) [20SE]
    Federal Civilian Science Activities Appropriations: Committee on 
        Science (House) (H.R. 3322) (H. Rept. 104-550) [1MY]

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
  Bills and resolutions
    Alcoholic beverages: require Dept. of HHS reports on alcohol 
        advertising practices (see H.R. 3475) [16MY]
    Appropriations: making omnibus consolidated (see H.R. 4278) [28SE]
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3755) [8JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3755), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 472) [9JY]
    Drugs: prepare and publish a consumer guide to prescription drug 
        prices (see H.R. 3059) [8MR]
    Employment: opportunities for women scientists (see H.R. 3791) 
        [11JY]
    Health: establish a program for training in lifesaving first aid 
        for individuals experiencing cardiac arrest (see H.R. 3022) 
        [6MR]
    ------protection of enrollees in managed care plans and health 
        maintenance organizations (see H.R. 4220) [26SE]
    Health care facilities: waiver of prior hospitalization 
        requirement for coverage of skilled nursing facility services 
        for certain individuals (see H.R. 4244) [27SE]
    Indian Health Service: extend program for direct billing of 
        Medicare, Medicaid, and other third party payors (see H.R. 
        3378) [1MY]
    ------extend program for direct billing of Medicare, Medicaid, and 
        other third party payors (H.R. 3378), concur with Senate 
        amendments (see H. Res. 544) [27SE]
    Native Americans: repeal Indian trading laws (see H.R. 3215) 
        [29MR]
    Pharmaceuticals: reinstate reasonable pricing requirements for 
        drugs developed with Federal funding or research and establish 
        minimum levels of research reinvestment for drug manufacturers 
        (see H.R. 4270) [27SE]
    Social Security: application for waiver of certain AFDC and 
        Medicaid demonstration projects (see H.R. 3696) [20JN]
    ------Medicare reimbursement to Military Health Services System 
        (see H.R. 3142, 3151, 4068) [21MR] [12SE]
  Conference reports
    Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act Reauthorization (S. 
        641) [30AP]
  Messages
    Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act: President Clinton 
        [27MR]
    Revised Deferral of Budgetary Resources: President Clinton [24JN]
  Motions
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3755) [11JY]
  Reports filed
    Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act Reauthorization: 
        Committee of Conference (S. 641) (H. Rept. 104-545) [30AP]
    Consideration of H.R. 3755, Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, 
        and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 472) (H. Rept. 104-662) [9JY]
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and Related Agencies 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 
        3755) (H. Rept. 104-659) [8JY]
    Fraud and Abuse in Medicare and Medicaid--Stronger Enforcement and 
        Better Management Could Save Billions: Committee on Government 
        Reform and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-641) [27JN]
    Indian Health Service Program for Direct Billing of Medicare, 
        Medicaid, and Other Third Party Payers: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 3378) (H. Rept. 104-742) [1AU]
    Medicare Reimbursement to Military Health Services System: 
        Committee on National Security (House) (H.R. 3142) (H. Rept. 
        104-837) [25SE]
    Repeal Indian Trading Laws: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (H.R. 3215) (H. Rept. 104-681) [17JY]

DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 3666, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and 
        sundry independent agencies appropriations [11SE]
    ------S. 1260, U.S. Housing Act [9MY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry independent 
        agencies: making appropriations (see H.R. 3666) [18JN]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3666), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 456) [19JN]
    FHA: streamline certain single family housing programs (see H.R. 
        3742) [27JN]
    Homeless: consolidate Federal housing assistance programs (see 
        H.R. 3964) [2AU]
    ------terminate the property disposition program providing single-
        family properties for use for the homeless (see H.R. 4085) 
        [17SE]
    Housing: adjust mortgage loan limits (see H.R. 4063) [12SE]
    ------authorize, revise, and extend certain Federal programs (see 
        H.R. 3743) [27JN]
    ------deregulate public housing and rental assistance programs 
        (H.R. 2406), consideration (see H. Res. 426) [7MY]
    ------enforcement of regulatory requirements for single-and 
        multifamily housing (see H.R. 3741) [27JN]
    ------establish consensus committee for maintenance and revision 
        of safety standards for manufactured home construction (see 
        H.R. 3404, 3406) [7MY]
    ------limit use of federally assisted housing by aliens (see H.R. 
        2885) [25JA]
    ------occupancy standards for federally assisted housing relative 
        to drug and alcohol abusers (see H.R. 3390) [2MY]
    ------occupancy standards relative to purchasers of single family 
        residential properties (see H.R. 4141) [24SE]
    ------prevent certain abuses (see H.R. 4235) [27SE]
    ------rental assistance payments for certain owners of 
        manufactured homes who rent the lots on which their homes are 
        located (see H.R. 3402) [7MY]
    ------State authority to set rental occupancy standards (see H.R. 
        3385) [1MY]
    Public buildings: community use of public facilities that are 
        acquired, constructed, or rehabilitated using community 
        development block grants (see H.R. 3888) [24JY]
    Public housing: notify local government about proposed assisted 
        multifamily housing projects (see H.R. 4064) [12SE]
    Securities: establish performance funds through consolidation of 
        certain housing programs (see H.R. 3740) [27JN]

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    States: withhold public housing assistance to agencies that impede 
        eviction of a tenant (see H.R. 3865) [22JY]
  Conference reports
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Independent 
        Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 3666) [20SE]
  Messages
    Dept. of HUD Annual Report: President Clinton [29JY]
  Motions
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry independent 
        agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 3666) [26JN] [11SE]
    Housing: deregulate public housing and rental assistance programs 
        (H.R. 2406) [9MY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 2406, U.S. Housing Act: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 426) (H. Rept. 104-564) [7MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3666, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, 
        and Sundry Independent Agencies Appropriations: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 456) (H. Rept. 104-630) [19JN]
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Independent 
        Agencies Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3666) 
        (H. Rept. 104-812) [20SE]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3666) (H. Rept. 
        104-628) [18JN]
    U.S. Housing Act: Committee on Banking and Financial Services 
        (House) (H.R. 2406) (H. Rept. 104-461) [1FE] [25AP]

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 2202, Immigration in the National Interest Act 
        [11SE]
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: making omnibus consolidated (see H.R. 4278) [28SE]
    Biological weapons: control the domestic transfer of infectious 
        agents that potentially pose a serious health threat (see H.R. 
        3033, 3051) [6MR] [7MR]
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3814), consideration (see H. Res. 479) 
        [16JY]
    ------making appropriations (see H.R. 3814) [16JY]
    Federal courts: improve operation and administration (see H.R. 
        4314) [28SE]
    Firearms: require consultation before the manufacture, 
        importation, or sale of armor piercing ammunition for use by a 
        governmental entity (see H.R. 3016) [5MR]
    Immigration: admission policies reform, treatment of criminal 
        aliens, alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and 
        border security (H.R. 2202), consideration (see H. Res. 384) 
        [14MR]
    ------admission policies reform, treatment of criminal aliens, 
        alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and border 
        security (H.R. 2202), consideration of conference report (see 
        H. Res. 528) [24SE]
    ------asylum reform (see H.R. 3744) [27JN]
    Independent counsel: reform statute (see H.R. 3239) [15AP]
    INS: promote the naturalization of eligible individuals (see H.R. 
        3323) [25AP]
    ------standards for naturalization (see H.R. 4056, 4143) [11SE] 
        [24SE]
    Law enforcement officers: establish a national clearinghouse to 
        assist in background checks of law enforcement applicants (see 
        H.R. 3263) [17AP]
    National Institute of Justice: designate as focal point for law 
        enforcement technology programs (see H. Con. Res. 227) [27SE]
    Prosecutors: establish ethics standards (see H.R. 3386) [1MY]
    States: assist Attorney General in deportation of illegal aliens 
        (see H.R. 3062) [12MR]
    Terrorism: U.S. policy (see H.R. 3953) [2AU]
    ------U.S. policy (H.R. 3953), consideration (see H. Res. 508) 
        [1AU]
    U.S. Marshals Service: appointment of marshals (H.R. 2641), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 418) [30AP]
  Conference reports
    Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (H.R. 
        2202) [24SE]
  Motions
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 2076), veto [3JA]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3814) [24JY]
    Immigration: admission policies reform, treatment of criminal 
        aliens, alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and 
        border security (H.R. 2202) [21MR] [11SE]
    ------admission policies reform, treatment of criminal aliens, 
        alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and border 
        security (H.R. 2202), conference report [25SE]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2202, Illegal 
        Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 528) (H. Rept. 104-829) [24SE]
    Consideration of H.R. 2202, Illegal Immigration Reform and 
        Immigrant Responsibility Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 384) (H. Rept. 104-483) [14MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 2641, U.S. Marshals Service Improvement Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 418) (H. Rept. 104-543) 
        [30AP]
    Consideration of H.R. 3814, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State 
        and the Judiciary Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 479) (H. Rept. 104-678) [16JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3953, Aviation Security and Antiterrorism 
        Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 508) (H. Rept. 104-
        744) [1AU]
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 
        3814) (H. Rept. 104-676) [16JY]
    Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 2202) (H. Rept. 104-828) [24SE]
    ------Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2202) (H. Rept. 104-
        469) [8MR] [21MR]
    ------Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 
        2202) (H. Rept. 104-469) [7MR]
    ------Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2202) (H. Rept. 
        104-469) [4MR]
    Investigation Into the White House and Dept. of Justice on 
        Security of FBI Background Investigation Files (H. Rept. 104-
        862) [28SE]
    U.S. Marshals Service Improvement Act: Committee on the Judiciary 
        (House) (H.R. 2641) (H. Rept. 104-541) [29AP]

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: making omnibus consolidated (see H.R. 4278) [28SE]
    Clothing industry: legal accountability for sweatshop conditions 
        (see H.R. 4166) [25SE]
    Construction industries: use of inspectors that meet standards 
        established by the Dept. of Labor (see H.R. 3216) [29MR]
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3755) [8JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3755), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 472) [9JY]
    Employment: protect employer rights (see H.R. 3211) [29MR]
    ------treatment of temporary and part-time workers (see H.R. 3682) 
        [19JN]
    ERISA: issuance of guidelines relative to insurance company 
        general accounts (see H.R. 3114) [19MR]
    Technology: competitiveness of the electronic inter-connections 
        industry (see H. Res. 537) [25SE]
  Motions
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3755) [11JY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 3755, Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, 
        and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 472) (H. Rept. 104-662) [9JY]
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and Related Agencies 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 
        3755) (H. Rept. 104-659) [8JY]

DEPARTMENT OF STATE
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 1561, American Overseas Interests Act [28FE]
    ------H.R. 3540, foreign operations, export financing, and related 
        programs appropriations [30JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: making omnibus consolidated (see H.R. 4278) [28SE]
    Board of Visa Appeals: establish (see H.R. 2975) [27FE]
    Business and industry: reduce Federal subsidies and strengthen tax 
        treatment of individuals who renounce their citizenship (see 
        H.R. 4122) [19SE]
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3814), consideration (see H. Res. 479) 
        [16JY]
    ------making appropriations (see H.R. 3814) [16JY]
    Foreign operations, export financing, and related programs: making 
        appropriations (see H.R. 2863, 3540) [22JA] [29MY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3540), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 445) [30MY]
    Foreign policy: U.S. membership in regional South Pacific 
        organizations (see H. Con. Res. 189) [18JN]
    Government: consolidate foreign affairs agencies (H.R. 1561), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 375) [7MR]
    International relations: encourage efforts to reunite families 
        separated during Holocaust (see H. Con. Res. 215) [17SE]
    Lebanon: restrictions on travel and the use of U.S. passports (see 
        H. Res. 390) [22MR]
    Refugees: treatment of adult children of Vietnamese reeducation 
        camp internees relative to resettlement in the U.S. (see H. 
        Res. 493) [30JY]
  Conference reports
    Foreign Affairs Agencies' Consolidation (H.R. 1561) [8MR]
  Messages
    National Emergency Relative to Iran: President Clinton [16MY]
    Revised Deferral of Budgetary Resources: President Clinton [5MR]
    Veto of H.R. 1561, American Overseas Interests Act: President 
        Clinton [15AP]
  Motions
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 2076), veto [3JA]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3814) [24JY]
    Foreign operations, export financing, and related programs: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3540) [30JY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1561, Foreign Affairs 
        Agencies' Consolidation: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        375) (H. Rept. 104-476) [7MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3540, Foreign Operations, Export Financing, 
        and Related Programs Appropriations: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 445) (H. Rept. 104-601) [30MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3814, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State 
        and the Judiciary Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 479) (H. Rept. 104-678) [16JY]
    Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judiciary 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 
        3814) (H. Rept. 104-676) [16JY]
    Foreign Affairs Agencies' Consolidation: Committee of Conference 
        (H.R. 1561) (H. Rept. 104-478) [8MR]
    Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 
        3540) (H. Rept. 104-600) [29MY]

DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 1296, Presidio facilities management [9MY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Agriculture: fair payment for use of Bureau of Reclamation water 
        (see H.R. 3917) [30JY]
    Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act: conveyance of certain lands 
        to village corporations within the Cook Inlet Region (see H.R. 
        3061) [12MR]

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    American Discovery Trail: establish (see H.R. 3250) [16AP]
    Appropriations: making omnibus consolidated (see H.R. 4278) [28SE]
    Arizona: acquisition by eminent domain of certain State trust 
        lands (see H.R. 3929) [31JY]
    Auburn, CA: funding for dam construction on American River (see 
        H.R. 3270) [18AP]
    BIA: establish pilot project to oversee issuance of bonds to 
        provide funding for construction of schools for Native 
        Americans (see H.R. 4151) [24SE]
    ------reorganization (see H.R. 3354) [30AP]
    BLM: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3290) [23AP]
    Bureau of Reclamation: settlement with Oroville-Tonasket 
        Irrigation District (see H.R. 3777) [10JY]
    Burley Irrigation District: transfer certain facilities of the 
        Minidoka Project (see H.R. 4295) [28SE]
    California: conveyance of certain property (see H.R. 3083) [14MR]
    ------exchange of certain Federal lands (see H.R. 3146, 3147) 
        [21MR]
    ------management of the Presidio facilities (see H.R. 4236) [27SE]
    ------management of the Presidio facilities (H.R. 1296), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 536) [25SE]
    Calumet Ecological Park: feasibility study (see H.R. 3412) [8MY]
    Carbon Hill National Fish Hatchery: convey to Alabama (see H.R. 
        2982) [28FE]
    Casa Malpais National Historic Landmark: authorize assistance (see 
        H.R. 3069) [12MR]
    Collbaran reclamation project: land conveyance (see H.R. 3366) 
        [30AP]
    Crawford National Fish Hatchery: convey to Crawford, NE (see H.R. 
        3287) [23AP]
    Crook County, WY: conveyance of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 
        lands to Wyoming (see H.R. 3579) [5JN]
    Dept. of the Interior and related agencies: making appropriations 
        (see H.R. 3662) [18JN]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3662), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 455) [18JN]
    Dutch John, UT: dispose of certain Federal properties and assist 
        local government in the interim delivery of basic services 
        (see H.R. 3486) [16MY]
    Federal employees: improve housing of land management agency field 
        employees (see H.R. 2941) [1FE]
    Federal Oil and Gas Royalty Management Act: technical corrections 
        (see H.R. 4018) [4SE]
    Florida: clarification of certain rights of the Miccosukee Tribe 
        (see H.R. 4199) [26SE]
    ------designate the Wekiva River, Seminole Creek and Rock Springs 
        Run for potential addition to the Wild and Scenic River System 
        (see H.R. 3155) [22MR]
    Hinsdale, CO: land exchange (see H.R. 4213) [26SE]
    Land use: treatment of Federal and non-Federal reclamation 
        projects (see H.R. 3041) [7MR]
    Marion National Fish Hatchery: convey to Alabama (see H.R. 3557) 
        [30MY]
    Mining and mineral resources: land exchange between Arkansas and 
        Oklahoma (see H.R. 3088) [14MR]
    National Discovery Trails: establish (see H.R. 3250) [16AP]
    National Geologic Mapping Act: reauthorize and amend (see H.R. 
        3198) [29MR]
    National parks and recreation areas: authorize entrance fees to 
        secure bonds for capital improvements (see H.R. 3788) [11JY]
    Native Americans: administrative procedures for extension of 
        Federal recognition to certain Indian groups (see H.R. 2997) 
        [29FE]
    ------repeal Indian trading laws (see H.R. 3215) [29MR]
    New Mexico: land conveyance to Carlsbad Irrigation District (see 
        H.R. 3258) [17AP]
    North Carolina: Federal recognition of the Lumbee Tribe (see H.R. 
        3810) [12JY]
    Oceans: improve coordination of Federal oceanographic programs 
        (see H.R. 3537) [29MY]
    Palmetto Bend Project: transfer (see H.R. 3822) [16JY]
    Public lands: provide that certain tribal lands held in trust be 
        defined as entitlement land (see H.R. 4202) [26SE]
    ------recovery and disposal of helium (see H.R. 3008) [5MR]
    ------right-of-way fees and liability standards affecting rural 
        electric cooperatives and other lessees (see H.R. 3377) [1MY]
    Radioactive substances: authority for the disposal of low-level 
        radioactive waste (see H.R. 3394) [7MY]
    San Diego County, CA: provide loan guarantee to Olivenhain Water 
        Storage Project (see H.R. 3851) [18JY]
    Sly Park Dam and Reservoir: sale by the Dept. of the Interior (see 
        H.R. 3903) [25JY]
    Stanislaus County, CA: conveyance of certain lands (see H.R. 4088) 
        [17SE]
    Sudbury, Assabet, and Concord Rivers: designate certain segments 
        as components of the Wild and Scenic River System (see H.R. 
        3405) [7MY]
    Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve: establish (see H.R. 4043) 
        [10SE]
    United Houma Nation: Federal recognition and settlement of land 
        claims (see H.R. 3671) [18JN]
    Virgin Islands: transfer of management authority of Christiansted 
        National Historic Site (see H.R. 3635) [13JN]
    Walhalla National Fish Hatchery: convey to South Carolina (see 
        H.R. 3546) [29MY]
  Conference reports
    Presidio Facilities and Parks and Public Lands Management (H.R. 
        1296) [24SE]
  Messages
    Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations: 
        President Clinton [29AP]
  Motions
    California: management of the Presidio facilities (H.R. 4236) 
        [28SE]
    Dept. of the Interior and related agencies: making appropriations 
        (H.R. 1977), veto [4JA]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3662) [20JN]
  Reports filed
    BLM Appropriations: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3290) (H. 
        Rept. 104-658) [8JY]
    California Exchange of Certain Federal Lands: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3147) (H. Rept. 104-760) [4SE]
    Carbon Hill National Fish Hatchery Conveyance to Alabama: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2982) [8MY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1296, Presidio 
        Facilities and Parks and Public Lands Management: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H.R. 1296) (H. Rept. 104-836) [25SE]
    Consideration of H.R. 3662, Dept. of the Interior and Related 
        Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        455) (H. Rept. 104-627) [18JN]
    Conveyance of Certain Lands Under the Alaska Native Claims 
        Settlement Act: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2560) (H. 
        Rept. 104-643) [27JN]
    Conveyance of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Lands in Crook 
        County, WY, to Wyoming: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 
        3579) (H. Rept. 104-711) [26JY]
    Crawford National Fish Hatchery Conveyance to Crawford, NE: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3287) (H. Rept. 104-700) 
        [24JY]
    Crow Creek Sioux Tribe Infrastructure Development Trust Fund Act: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2512) (H. Rept. 104-765) 
        [4SE]
    Crude Oil Undervaluation--Ineffective Response of the Minerals 
        Management Service: Committee on Government Reform and 
        Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-858) [27SE]
    Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations: 
        Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3662) (H. Rept. 104-
        625) [18JN]
    Designate Wekiva River, Seminole Creek, and Rock Springs Run, FL, 
        for Potential Addition to the Wild and Scenic River System: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3155) (H. Rept. 104-824) 
        [24SE]
    Federal Oceanography Coordination Improvement Act: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3537) (H. Rept. 104-771) [4SE]
    Federal Oil and Gas Royalty Simplification and Fairness Act: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1975) (H. Rept. 104-667) 
        [11JY]
    Goshute Indian Reservation Additional Lands: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 2464) (H. Rept. 104-562) [7MY]
    Gunnison County, CO, Land Conveyance: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 2438) (H. Rept. 104-766) [4SE]
    Housing of Federal Land Management Agency Field Employees: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2941) (H. Rept. 104-802) 
        [17SE]
    Improve Quality of National Parks and Recreation Areas Visitor 
        Services Relative to Incentive-Based Recreation Fees: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2107) (H. Rept. 104-757) 
        [4SE]
    Marion National Fish Hatchery Conveyance to Alabama: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3557) (H. Rept. 104-702) [24JY]
    National Geologic Mapping Act Reauthorization: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3198) (H. Rept. 104-668) [11JY]
    Presidio Facilities and Parks and Public Lands Management: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 1296) (H. Rept. 104-836) [24SE]
    Public Rangelands Management Act: Committee on Resources (House) 
        (S. 1459) (H. Rept. 104-674) [12JY]
    Repeal Indian Trading Laws: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (H.R. 3215) (H. Rept. 104-681) [17JY]
    Sly Park Dam and Reservoir Sale by the Dept. of the Interior: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3903) (H. Rept. 104-768) 
        [4SE]
    Suffolk County, NY, Property Acquisition: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 1836) (H. Rept. 104-529) [22AP]
    Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge Appropriations: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 2660) (H. Rept. 104-526) [18AP]
    Walhalla National Fish Hatchery Conveyance to South Carolina: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3546) H. Rept. 104-701) 
        [24JY]

DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
  Appointments
    Conferees: S. 1136, Anticounterfeiting Consumer Protection Act 
        [4JN]
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: making omnibus consolidated (see H.R. 4278) [28SE]
    Coins: establish circulating commemorative coin program 
        commemorating each State (see H.R. 3793) [11JY]
    Currency: establish interagency task force relative to the holding 
        and counterfeiting of U.S. currency in foreign countries (see 
        H.R. 3007) [5MR]
    Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office of the 
        President, and independent agencies: making appropriations 
        (see H.R. 3756) [8JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3756), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 475) [11JY]
    Disasters: provide windstorm insurance to certain property owners 
        and require study relative to taxation of insurance reserves 
        for future natural disasters (see H.R. 4115) [19SE]
    Firearms: require consultation before the manufacture, 
        importation, or sale of armor piercing ammunition for use by a 
        governmental entity (see H.R. 3016) [5MR]
    Government: improve debt-collection and credit evaluation 
        practices (see H.R. 3809) [12JY]
    House Rules: question of privilege relative to public debt ceiling 
        (see H. Res. 354) [31JA]
    Korean War: mint coins in commemoration of Puerto Ricans who 
        served in the 65th Infantry Regiment (see H.R. 3228) [29MR]
    Major League Baseball: mint coins in commemoration of anniversary 
        of league integration (see H.R. 4148) [24SE]
    Money: use of tactile currency for the blind and visually impaired 
        (see H. Res. 385) [14MR]
    Public debt: ceiling (see H.R. 2862, 2896, 2897, 2920, 3136) 
        [22JA] [25JA] [31JA] [21MR]
    ------ceiling (H.R. 2409), engrossment (see H. Res. 356) [1FE]

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    ------ceiling (H.R. 3136), consideration (see H. Res. 391) [27MR]
    ------ceiling (H.R. 3136), waiving enrollment requirements (see 
        H.J. Res. 168) [26MR]
    ------enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust funds (see 
        H.R. 3021) [6MR]
    ------enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust funds (H.R. 
        3021), consideration (see H. Res. 371) [6MR]
    Social Security: payment of benefits relative to the debt limit 
        extension (see H.R. 2924) [1FE]
    ------payment of benefits relative to the debt limit extension 
        (H.R. 2924), consideration (see H. Res. 355) [1FE]
    Technology: competitiveness of the electronic inter-connections 
        industry (see H. Res. 537) [25SE]
    Wright, Orville and Wilbur: mint coins in commemoration of 
        centennial anniversary of first manned flight (see H.R. 4203) 
        [26SE]
  Motions
    Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office of the 
        President, and independent agencies: making appropriations 
        (H.R. 3756) [17JY]
    Money: control and prevent commercial counterfeiting (S. 1136) 
        [4JN]
    Public debt: ceiling (H.R. 3136) [28MR]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 2924, Payment of Social Security Benefits 
        Relative to the Debt Limit Extension: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 355) (H. Rept. 104-460) [1FE]
    Consideration of H.R. 3021, Debt Limit Enforcement and Obligated 
        Trust Fund Protection: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        371) (H. Rept. 104-473) [6MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3136, Contract With America Advancement Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 391) (H. Rept. 104-500) 
        [27MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3756, Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, 
        Executive Office of the President, and Independent Agencies 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 475) (H. 
        Rept. 104-671) [11JY]
    Control and Prevent Commercial Counterfeiting of Money: Committee 
        on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2511) (H. Rept. 104-556) [6MY]
    Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office of the 
        President, and Independent Agencies Appropriations: Committee 
        on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3756) (H. Rept. 104-660) [8JY]
    Safeguard Taxpayer Rights: Committee on Ways and Means (House) 
        (H.R. 2337) (H. Rept. 104-506) [28MR]

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 3539, FAA programs reauthorization [24SE]
    ------H.R. 3675, Dept. of Transportation and related agencies 
        appropriations [5SE]
    ------S. 1004, Coast Guard appropriations [29FE]
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: authorizing for certain maritime programs (see 
        H.R. 3281) [22AP]
    Ark (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 2871) [23JA]
    Aviation: prohibit certain individuals from piloting aircraft 
        relative to aeronautical records, competitions, or feats (see 
        H.R. 3267) [18AP]
    ------prohibit transportation of chemical oxygen generators on 
        certain aircraft (see H.R. 3618) [12JN]
    ------require installation of certain explosive detection and 
        resistant equipment (see H.R. 3909, 4029) [26JY] [5SE]
    ------require use of animals at airports for detection of certain 
        explosive devices (see H.R. 3896) [25JY]
    ------requirements relative to families of passengers involved in 
        aircraft accidents (see H.R. 3923) [31JY]
    ------solicit proposals from air carriers to provide air service 
        to certain areas (see H.R. 3739) [27JN]
    ------standards relative to foreign repair stations (see H.R. 
        3839) [17JY]
    Barefoot'n (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 2907) 
        [30JA]
    Beacon (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 3914) 
        [29JY]
    Cargo transportation: regulations relative to transportation of 
        intermodal containers (see H.R. 4040) [10SE]
    Coast Guard: authorizing appropriations (S. 1004), corrections in 
        enrollment of conference report (see H. Con. Res. 229) [28SE]
    ------conveyance of Presque Isle Light Station, MI (see H.R. 3344) 
        [25AP]
    ------conveyance of St. Helena Island Light Station, MI (see H.R. 
        3278) [18AP]
    ------cost estimate for the engineering, design and retrofitting 
        of the icebreaker Mackinaw (see H.R. 4081) [17SE]
    Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3675) [19JN]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3675), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 460) [25JN]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3675), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 522) [17SE]
    FAA: authorize research, engineering, and development programs 
        (see H.R. 3484) [16MY]
    ------compliance with veterans' preference requirements during 
        reductions in force (see H.R. 3593) [6JN]
    ------essential air service funding (see H.R. 3037) [6MR]
    ------reauthorizing programs (see H.R. 3539) [29MY]
    ------reauthorizing programs (H.R. 3539), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 540) [26SE]
    ------reorganize and remove all duties not related to safety (see 
        H.R. 3831) [17JY]
    Hazardous substances: transportation regulations relative to 
        agriculture and small businesses (see H.R. 4102) [18SE]
    Hey, Da! (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 4225) 
        [26SE]
    High Hopes II (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 
        3935) [31JY]
    High Hopes (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 3935) 
        [31JY]
    Hoptoad (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 3388) 
        [1MY]
    Karma (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 3133) 
        [20MR]
    Magic Moments (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 
        3082) [13MR]
    Maralinda (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 3915) 
        [30JY]
    Medrx III (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 4163) 
        [24SE]
    Motor vehicles: improve public education on proper use of child 
        safety restraint systems (see H.R. 4262) [27SE]
    Noise pollution: restrictions and requirements on aircraft 
        operations at certain metropolitan airports (see H.R. 4093, 
        4287) [17SE] [28SE]
    Railroads: implementation of exemptions to train whistle 
        requirements at public highway-rail grade crossings (see H. 
        Con. Res. 201) [25JY]
    ------reform the Federal Railroad Administration and improve 
        safety laws (see H.R. 3335) [25AP]
    Regent Rainbow (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 
        4078) [12SE]
    Roads and highways: construction funding (see H.R. 3775) [10JY]
    ------funding for roads classified as local or rural minor 
        collectors (see H.R. 3165) [26MR]
    ------include graffiti removal within meaning of transportation 
        enhancement activity (see H.R. 3848) [18JY]
    ------participation by certain officials in statewide planning 
        processes (see H.R. 3227) [29MR]
    Sea Sister (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 3813) 
        [12JY]
    Ships and vessels: certificate of documentation for certain 
        vessels (see H.R. 3701) [20JN]
    States: eliminate noncompliance penalties relative to national 
        minimum drinking age (see H.R. 3548) [29MY]
    Taxation: aviation excise taxes relative to Airport and Airway 
        Trust Fund expenditures (see H.R. 4206) [26SE]
    Top Gun (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 3370) 
        [30AP]
    Transportation: increase use of natural gas as a fuel (see H.R. 
        4288) [28SE]
    ------requirements relative to operators of certain farm vehicles 
        (see H.R. 3356) [30AP]
    ------transfer authority over highway programs and mass transit 
        programs to States (see H.R. 3840) [17JY]
    Trucking industry: alcohol and drug testing of operators 
        transporting agricultural commodities and properties for small 
        local governments (see H.R. 3182) [28MR]
    Two Can (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 3040) 
        [6MR]
    Western Atlantic (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 
        3913) [29JY]
    White Wing (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R. 3371) 
        [30AP]
  Conference reports
    Coast Guard Appropriations (S. 1004) [27SE]
    Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 
        3675) [16SE]
    FAA Programs Reauthorization (H.R. 3539) [26SE]
  Messages
    Dept. of Transportation Annual Report: President Clinton [25JA]
    Motor Vehicle and Highway Safety Report: President Clinton [3OC]
  Motions
    Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3675) [5SE]
  Reports filed
    Child Pilot Safety Act: Committee on Transportation (House) (H.R. 
        3267) (H. Rept. 104-683) [17JY]
    Coast Guard Appropriations: Committee of Conference (S. 1004) (H. 
        Rept. 104-854) [27SE]
    Codify Certain Transportation Laws: Committee on the Judiciary 
        (House) (H.R. 2297) (H. Rept. 104-573) [14MY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3539, FAA Programs 
        Reauthorization: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 540) (H. 
        Rept. 104-851) [26SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3675, Dept. of 
        Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 522) (H. Rept. 104-803) [17SE]
    Consideration of H.R. 3675, Dept. of Transportation and Related 
        Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        460) (H. Rept. 104-633) [25JN]
    Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 3675) (H. Rept. 104-785) [16SE]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3675) (H. Rept. 
        104-631) [19JN]
    Dept. of Transportation Regulations Relative to Transportation of 
        Intermodal Containers: Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 4040) (H. Rept. 104-794) [17SE]
    Establish the FAA as an Independent Agency: Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 2276) (H. 
        Rept. 104-475) [7MR]
    FAA Programs Reauthorization: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3539) 
        (H. Rept. 104-848) [26SE]
    ------Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 
        3539) (H. Rept. 104-714) [26JY]
    Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Board of Review 
        Abolishment: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 
        (House) (H.R. 1036) (H. Rept. 104-596) [29MY]
    Requirements Relative to Families of Airline Passengers Involved 
        in Aircraft Accidents: Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3923) (H. Rept. 104-793) [17SE]

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 3666, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and 
        sundry independent agencies appropriations [11SE]
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: making continuing (H.J. Res. 134), disposition of 
        Senate amendment (see H. Res. 336) [5JA]

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    ------making continuing (H.J. Res. 134), transmission procedures 
        relative to balanced budget submission (see H. Con. Res. 131) 
        [5JA]
    Armed Forces: treatment of Dept. of Defense separation pay 
        relative to Dept. of Veterans Affairs disability compensation 
        (see H.R. 3521) [23MY]
    Benefits: extend to certain children of Vietnam veterans born with 
        spina bifida (see H.R. 3927) [31JY]
    Cecil Field Naval Air Station, FL: transfer jurisdiction over 
        certain lands to Dept. of Veterans Affairs (see H.R. 3882) 
        [23JY]
    Commission on the Future for America's Veterans: establish (see 
        H.R. 4060) [11SE]
    Construction industries: revise ranking process of applicants and 
        limit awards to States for certain construction grants (see 
        H.R. 3722) [26JN]
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry independent 
        agencies: making appropriations (see H.R. 3666) [18JN]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3666), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 456) [19JN]
    Education: require that educational assistance programs offices be 
        located within the District of Columbia (see H.R. 3036) [6MR]
    Health: develop plan for allocation of health care resources (see 
        H.R. 3346) [25AP]
    ------develop sharing agreements relative to health care resources 
        (see H.R. 3321, 3561) [25AP] [30MY]
    ------expand services at veterans medical centers (see H.R. 3117) 
        [20MR]
    ------priority health care to certain veterans exposed to 
        hazardous or radioactive substances (see H.R. 3643) [13JN]
    Health care facilities: authorize medical facility projects and 
        leases (see H.R. 3376) [1MY]
    Housing: extend enhanced loan asset sale authority (see H.R. 3459) 
        [15MY]
    POW: provide medical care and disability benefits to civilians 
        forcibly detained by an enemy government or hostile force 
        under wartime conditions (see H.R. 3084) [14MR]
    VA medical centers: authorize to retain funds collected for health 
        services provision (see H.R. 2913) [31JA]
    Veterans: allow enrollment at certain branches or extensions of 
        institutions of higher learning (see H.R. 2851) [5JA]
    ------authorize financial assistance for legal representation in 
        Court of Veterans Appeals proceedings (see H.R. 3493) [20MY]
    ------compliance with veterans' preference requirements (see H.R. 
        3594) [6JN]
    ------eligibility for training and rehabilitation assistance and 
        transfer of certain educational assistance authority (see H.R. 
        3674) [19JN]
    ------eliminate double taxation of lump sum separation benefits 
        and compensation for a service-connected disability (see H.R. 
        3183) [28MR]
    ------extend pay benefits to certain merchant mariners who served 
        during or immediately after World War II (see H.R. 3614) 
        [11JN]
    ------improve administration of life insurance programs (see H.R. 
        2843) [4JA]
    ------improve benefits for veterans exposed to ionizing radiation 
        (see H.R. 4173) [25SE]
    ------improve health care programs (see H.R. 3950) [2AU]
    ------improve programs and benefits (see H.R. 3373) [1MY]
    ------increase service-connected disability benefits for veterans 
        and survivors (see H.R. 3458) [15MY]
    ------payment of dependency and indemnity compensation to certain 
        former spouses of veterans dying from service-connected 
        disabilities (see H.R. 3542) [29MY]
    ------permit concurrent receipt of military retired pay with 
        service-connected disability benefits (see H.R. 4103) [18SE]
    ------presumption of service connection for certain diseases and 
        disabilities relative to exposure to carbon tetrachloride (see 
        H.R. 2891) [25JA]
    ------priority health care to individuals who served in Israel or 
        Turkey during the Persian Gulf Conflict (see H.R. 3418) [8MY]
    ------reform and improve eligibility for medical care and services 
        (see H.R. 3118, 3119) [20MR]
    ------treatment of cold weather injuries received during military 
        operations (see H.R. 4007) [2AU]
    Veterans Health Administration: establishment of research 
        corporations at VA medical centers (see H.R. 3285) [23AP]
    Women: assessment of research and health care services for women 
        veterans (see H.R. 3711) [25JN]
    ------improve health care services for women veterans (see H.R. 
        3713, 3972) [25JN] [2AU]
    ------improve research activities for women veterans (see H.R. 
        3712) [25JN]
    World War II: provide that service in the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps 
        constituted active military service for veteran classification 
        (see H.R. 2995) [29FE]
  Conference reports
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Independent 
        Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 3666) [20SE]
  Motions
    Appropriations: making continuing (H.J. Res. 134) [5JA]
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry independent 
        agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 3666) [26JN] [11SE]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 3666, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, 
        and Sundry Independent Agencies Appropriations: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 456) (H. Rept. 104-630) [19JN]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs Medical Facility Projects and Leases: 
        Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3376) (H. Rept. 
        104-574) [14MY]
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Independent 
        Agencies Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3666) 
        (H. Rept. 104-812) [20SE]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3666) (H. Rept. 
        104-628) [18JN]
    Disposition of Senate Amendment to H.J. Res. 134, Dept. of 
        Veterans Affairs Continuing Appropriations: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 336) (H. Rept. 104-448) [5JA]
    Increase Service-Connected Disability Benefits for Veterans and 
        Survivors: Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3458) 
        (H. Rept. 104-647) [27JN]
    Priority Health Care to Certain Veterans Exposed to Hazardous or 
        Radioactive Substances: Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) 
        (H.R. 3643) (H. Rept. 104-648) [27JN]
    Reform and Improve Veterans Eligibility for Medical Care and 
        Services: Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3118) 
        (H. Rept. 104-690) [18JY]
    Veterans Benefits Decision Revisions Based on Clear and 
        Unmistakable Error: Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) 
        (H.R. 1483) (H. Rept. 104-571) [10MY]
    Veterans Eligibility for Training and Rehabilitation Assistance 
        and Transfer of Certain Educational Assistance Authority: 
        Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3674) (H. Rept. 
        104-650) [27JN]
    Veterans Programs and Benefits Improvements: Committee on Veterans 
        Affairs (House) (H.R. 3373) (H. Rept. 104-572) [10MY]

DEUTSCH, PETER (a Representative from Florida)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Everglades National Park: designate Earnest F. Coe Visitor Center 
        (see H.R. 4241) [27SE]
    Law enforcement officers: establish a national resource center and 
        clearinghouse relative to missing or exploited children (see 
        H.R. 3238) [15AP]
    ------reduce crime control assistance to States that do not 
        provide health benefits to officers retired by on-duty 
        injuries (see H.R. 2912) [31JA]
    Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wilderness: designate (see H.R. 4241) 
        [27SE]
    Ships and vessels: certificate of documentation for certain 
        vessels (see H.R. 3701) [20JN]

DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
  Bills and resolutions
    Asia: improve living standards in the Ganges and Brahmaputra River 
        basin (see H. Con. Res. 213) [12SE]
    Peace Corps: anniversary (see H.J. Res. 158) [31JA]
    Women in Enterprise Development Program: establish (see H.R. 3827) 
        [16JY]

DEVELOPMENT FUND FOR AFRICA
  Bills and resolutions
    Funding (see H.R. 3638, 3735) [13JN] [27JN]

DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES ASSISTANCE AND BILL OF RIGHTS ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Reauthorization (see H.R. 3867) [23JY]
  Reports filed
    Reauthorization: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3867) (H. 
        Rept. 104-719) [30JY]

DIAZ-BALART, LINCOLN (a Representative from Florida)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Congress: adjournment (see H. Con. Res. 192) [27JN]
    ------adjournment, consideration (see H. Res. 465) [26JN]
    Crime: increase penalties relative to crimes against senior 
        citizens and children (H.R. 2974), consideration (see H. Res. 
        421) [2MY]
    Cuba: strengthen international economic sanctions and support 
        transition to democratically elected government (H.R. 927), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 370) [5MR]
    Dept. of Defense: authorizing military activities appropriations 
        and prescribing personnel strengths (S. 1124), consideration 
        of conference report (see H. Res. 340) [23JA]
    Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office of the 
        President, and independent agencies: making appropriations 
        (H.R. 3756), consideration (see H. Res. 475) [11JY]
    National security: national missile defense system (H.R. 3144), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 438) [16MY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 927, Cuban Liberty and 
        Democratic Solidarity Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        370) (H. Rept. 104-470) [5MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 1124, Dept. of Defense 
        Appropriations for Military Activities and Personnel 
        Strengths: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 340) (H. Rept. 
        104-451) [23JA]
    Consideration of Congressional Adjournment: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 465) (H. Rept. 104-640) [26JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 2974, Crimes Against Children and Elderly 
        Persons Increased Punishment Act: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 421) (H. Rept. 104-552) [2MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3144, National Missile Defense System: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 438) (H. Rept. 104-582) 
        [16MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3756, Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, 
        Executive Office of the President, and Independent Agencies 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 475) (H. 
        Rept. 104-671) [11JY]

DICKEY, JAY (a Representative from Arkansas)
  Appointments
    Committee To Escort the President [23JA]
    Conferee: H.R. 3019, continuing appropriations [21MR]
    ------H.R. 3603, agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related 
        agencies programs appropriations [30JY]
    ------H.R. 3816, energy and water development appropriations [5SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Honorable David H. Pryor Post Office Building, Camden, AR: 
        designate (see H.R. 3877) [23JY]
    Independent counsel: reform statute (see H.R. 3239) [15AP]
    Members of Congress: deny Federal retirement annuities to Members 
        convicted of felonies (see H.R. 3310) [24AP]

DICKS, NORMAN D. (a Representative from Washington)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------H.R. 3259, intelligence services appropriations [18SE]
    ------H.R. 3517, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        construction, family housing, and base realignment and closure 
        [26JY]

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    ------H.R. 3610, Dept. of Defense appropriations [30JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Crime: use of certain grant funds to provide parental education 
        (see H.R. 3833) [17JY]
    Emergency Food Assistance Act: purchase of commodities using State 
        funds (see H.R. 3978) [2AU]

DINGELL, JOHN D. (a Representative from Michigan)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3005, Securities Investment Promotion Act [24JY]
    ------H.R. 3103, Health Coverage Availability and Affordability 
        Act [11JN]
    ------H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
    ------S. 1316, Safe Drinking Water Act amendments [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Health: national policy to provide health care and reform 
        insurance procedures (see H.R. 3185) [28MR]
    ------require health plans to provide coverage for a minimum 
        hospital stay for mothers and newborn infants following birth 
        (see H.R. 3436) [10MY]
    Water: extend date for the transfer of certain amounts to be 
        available for drinking water State revolving funds (see H.R. 
        3902) [25JY]
  Motions offered by
    Health: national policy to provide health care and reform 
        insurance procedures (H.R. 3103) [11JN]

DIPLOMATS
related term(s) Department of State
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 3540, foreign operations, export financing, and 
        related programs appropriations [30JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign operations, export financing, and related programs: making 
        appropriations (see H.R. 2863, 3540) [22JA] [29MY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3540), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 445) [30MY]
  Motions
    Foreign operations, export financing, and related programs: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3540) [30JY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 3540, Foreign Operations, Export Financing, 
        and Related Programs Appropriations: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 445) (H. Rept. 104-601) [30MY]
    Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 
        3540) (H. Rept. 104-600) [29MY]

DISABLED
related term(s) Social Security
  Bills and resolutions
    Armed Forces: discharge of military personnel relative to positive 
        HIV test (see H.R. 2959, 3926, 4344) [1FE] [31JY] [4OC]
    ------treatment of Dept. of Defense separation pay relative to 
        Dept. of Veterans Affairs disability compensation (see H.R. 
        3521) [23MY]
    Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of Grounds for 
        Special Olympics torch relay (see H. Con. Res. 146) [5MR]
    Census: collection of information relative to individuals who 
        provide care for family members who are unable to care for 
        themselves (see H.R. 4146) [24SE]
    Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act: 
        reauthorize (see H.R. 3867) [23JY]
    Employment: safety-sensitive functions relative to individuals 
        that abuse controlled substances (see H.R. 4017) [2AU]
    Health: improve rehabilitation programs for disabled individuals 
        (see H.R. 4230) [27SE]
    Individuals With Disabilities Education Act: reauthorization (see 
        H.R. 3268) [18AP]
    Law enforcement officers: provide educational assistance to 
        dependents of Federal officials killed or disabled in the line 
        of duty (see H.R. 4111) [18SE]
    Medicaid: preadmission screening and resident review requirements 
        for certain nursing facilities (see H.R. 3632) [12JN]
    Medicare: assure access to services under the Medicare HMO Program 
        (see H.R. 3079) [13MR]
    ------require hospitals to extend visitor privileges to non-family 
        members (see H.R. 4325) [28SE]
    Money: use of tactile currency for the blind and visually impaired 
        (see H. Res. 385) [14MR]
    POW: provide medical care and disability benefits to civilians 
        forcibly detained by an enemy government or hostile force 
        under wartime conditions (see H.R. 3084) [14MR]
    Social Security: exempt States from certain regulatory 
        requirements relative to electronic distribution of benefits 
        (see H.R. 4089) [17SE]
    ------reform Federal old age, survivors, and disability insurance 
        benefits (see H.R. 3758) [9JY]
    ------treatment of spousal benefits relative to divorce (see H.R. 
        3360) [30AP]
    ------treatment of widow's or widower's insurance benefits 
        relative to age (see H.R. 3361) [30AP]
    ------treatment of widow's or widower's insurance benefits 
        relative to delayed retirement (see H.R. 3359) [30AP]
    ------treatment of widow's or widower's insurance benefits 
        relative to disability (see H.R. 3358) [30AP]
    ------use of current level disability benefits for blind 
        individuals in certain earnings test disability determinations 
        (see H.R. 4091) [17SE]
    ------waive waiting period for disability benefits relative to 
        individuals with terminal illnesses (see H.R. 3899, 3932) 
        [25JY] [31JY]
    Tobacco products: consideration of addiction to nicotine as a 
        disability (see H. Con. Res. 223) [26SE]
    Veterans: eligibility for training and rehabilitation assistance 
        and transfer of certain educational assistance authority (see 
        H.R. 3674) [19JN]
    ------eliminate double taxation of lump sum separation benefits 
        and compensation for a service-connected disability (see H.R. 
        3183) [28MR]
    ------increase service-connected disability benefits for veterans 
        and survivors (see H.R. 3458) [15MY]
    ------payment of dependency and indemnity compensation to certain 
        former spouses of veterans dying from service-connected 
        disabilities (see H.R. 3542) [29MY]
    ------permit concurrent receipt of military retired pay with 
        service-connected disability benefits (see H.R. 4103) [18SE]
    ------presumption of service connection for certain diseases and 
        disabilities relative to exposure to carbon tetrachloride (see 
        H.R. 2891) [25JA]
    Women: funding for research relative to alcohol abuse (see H.R. 
        3175) [27MR]
  Reports filed
    Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act 
        Reauthorization: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3867) (H. 
        Rept. 104-719) [30JY]
    Increase Service-Connected Disability Benefits for Veterans and 
        Survivors: Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3458) 
        (H. Rept. 104-647) [27JN]
    Individuals With Disabilities Education Act Reauthorization: 
        Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) 
        (H.R. 3268) (H. Rept. 104-614) [10JN]
    Medicaid Preadmission Screening and Resident Review Requirements 
        for Certain Nursing Facilities: Committee on Commerce (House) 
        (H.R. 3632) (H. Rept. 104-817) [23SE]
    Use of Capitol Grounds for Special Olympics Torch Relay: Committee 
        on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H. Con. Res. 
        146) (H. Rept. 104-487) [20MR]
    Veterans Eligibility for Training and Rehabilitation Assistance 
        and Transfer of Certain Educational Assistance Authority: 
        Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3674) (H. Rept. 
        104-650) [27JN]

DISASTERS
related term(s) Earthquakes; Famines; Floods; Hunger; Hurricanes; 
    Tornadoes
  Bills and resolutions
    Agriculture: coverage of native pasture crops for livestock under 
        the noninsured crop disaster assistance program (see H.R. 
        3575) [4JN]
    ------Federal assistance to livestock producers adversely affected 
        by drought conditions (see H.R. 3449; H. Con. Res. 181) [14MY] 
        [23MY]
    Aviation: requirements relative to families of passengers involved 
        in aircraft accidents (see H.R. 3923) [31JY]
    ------tribute to victims of Trans World Airlines crash in New York 
        (see H. Con. Res. 204) [26JY]
    Coast Guard: extend use of divers for search and rescue efforts 
        (see H.R. 4101) [17SE]
    Corps of Engineers: conduct study of mitigation banks (see H.R. 
        4211) [26SE]
    ------construction of flood control project on the Sacramento and 
        American Rivers, CA (see H.R. 3270) [18AP]
    Dams: reduce hazards of dam failures (see H.R. 3602) [6JN]
    Dept. of Defense: sale of excess aircraft relative to suppression 
        of wildfires (see H.R. 4108) [18SE]
    Education: development of curriculum designed to educate students 
        about the Irish famine (see H. Con. Res. 226) [27SE]
    Emergency Management Assistance Compact: congressional consent 
        (see H.J. Res. 193) [17SE]
    Federal employees: provide compensation for employees for 
        performance of emergency services during periods of lapsed 
        appropriations (see H.R. 2848) [4JA]
    FEMA: assist State and local governments in disaster relief (see 
        H.R. 3032) [6MR]
    Fish and fishing: authorize certain disaster assistance to 
        commercial fishermen through State and local governments and 
        nonprofit organizations (see H.R. 2956) [1FE]
    Floods: correct flood maps containing certain errors (see H.R. 
        3340) [25AP]
    ------participation of communities in national flood insurance 
        program relative to protection of manufactured homes (see H.R. 
        3661) [17JN]
    Hurricanes: disaster assistance for States impacted by Hurricane 
        Fran (see H.R. 4046) [11SE]
    Insurance: provide windstorm insurance to certain property owners 
        and require study relative to taxation of insurance reserves 
        for future natural disasters (see H.R. 4115) [19SE]
    Iowa: provide relief for agricultural producers for flooding 
        losses caused by water retention at the Lake Redrock dam (see 
        H.R. 4054) [11SE]
    Public lands: provide disaster assistance loans for small 
        businesses operating within a national park or wildlife refuge 
        that were affected during recent Government shutdown (see H.R. 
        3044) [7MR]
    Taxation: exempt status for State agencies created to provide 
        earthquake insurance for homeowners (see H.R. 3605) [10JN]
    ------treatment of crops destroyed by casualty (see H.R. 3749) 
        [27JN]
    Texas: drought relief for Corpus Christi, TX, and the Canadian 
        River Municipal Water Authority, TX (see H.R. 3910) [26JY]
    Ukraine: anniversary of the Chornobyl nuclear reactor accident 
        (see H. Con. Res. 167) [24AP]
    Weather: establish disaster and emergency assistance standards 
        relative to snow-related events (see H.R. 3348) [29AP]
  Reports filed
    Disaster and Emergency Assistance Standards Relative to Snow-
        Related Events: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 
        (House) (H.R. 3348) (H. Rept. 104-792) [17SE]
    Drought Relief for Corpus Christi, TX, and the Canadian River 
        Municipal Water Authority, TX: Committee on Resources (House) 
        (H.R. 3910) (H. Rept. 104-770) [4SE]
    Requirements Relative to Families of Airline Passengers Involved 
        in Aircraft Accidents: Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3923) (H. Rept. 104-793) [17SE]

DISEASES
  Bills and resolutions
    Armed Forces: discharge of military personnel relative to positive 
        HIV test (see H.R. 2959, 3926, 4344) [1FE] [31JY] [4OC]
    Biological weapons: control the domestic transfer of infectious 
        agents that potentially pose a serious health threat (see H.R. 
        3033, 3051) [6MR] [7MR]
    Broadcasting: require broadcasters to participate in substance 
        abuse information programs as part of their public service 
        obligation (see H.R. 3334) [25AP]

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    Cancer: research on the human papilloma virus relative to cervical 
        cancer (see H. Con. Res. 156) [27MR]
    Children and youth: pediatric and adolescent AIDS (see H. Con. 
        Res. 184) [12JN]
    Dept. of Agriculture: provide diagnostic and certification 
        services to reduce diseases associated with salmonid family of 
        fish (see H.R. 2908) [31JA]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: extend benefits to certain children of 
        Vietnam veterans born with spina bifida (see H.R. 3927) [31JY]
    Drugs: review use of radiopharmaceuticals (see H.R. 3065) [12MR]
    Families and domestic relations: support of individuals affected 
        by breast cancer (see H. Con. Res. 177) [10MY]
    Harold Hughes Commission on Alcoholism: establish (see H.R. 3600) 
        [6JN]
    Health: administration of drugs and devices to terminally ill 
        patients (see H.R. 3149) [21MR]
    ------allow marketing of Sensor Pad medical device to aid in 
        breast self-examination (see H.R. 3504) [22MY]
    ------establish a comprehensive program relative to alcohol and 
        alcohol abuse (see H.R. 3479) [16MY]
    ------establish a program for training in lifesaving first aid for 
        individuals experiencing cardiac arrest (see H.R. 3022) [6MR]
    ------establish estrogenic substance screening programs (see H.R. 
        3293) [23AP]
    ------matching payments to determine cancer incidence among 
        residents of Toms River, NJ (see H.R. 3148) [21MR]
    ------permit individuals to continue health plan coverage during 
        participation in approved clinical studies (see H.R. 3582, 
        3958) [5JN] [2AU]
    ------require health plans to provide coverage for a minimum 
        hospital stay for certain breast cancer treatments (see H.R. 
        4296) [28SE]
    Health care facilities: waiver of prior hospitalization 
        requirement for coverage of skilled nursing facility services 
        for certain individuals (see H.R. 4244) [27SE]
    HIV: efforts to prevent transmission (see H.R. 3937) [1AU]
    Insurance: prohibit use of genetic information in determining 
        coverage or premiums (see H.R. 4008) [2AU]
    Lymphangioleiomyomatosis disease: research programs (see H.R. 
        3715) [25JN]
    Medicaid: preadmission screening and resident review requirements 
        for certain nursing facilities (see H.R. 3632) [12JN]
    ------reward States for collecting funds expended on tobacco-
        related illnesses (see H.R. 3779) [10JY]
    ------screening mammography and screening pap smears (see H.R. 
        3630) [12JN]
    Medicare: allow use of parenteral nutrients for renal dialysis 
        treatments (see H.R. 4185) [25SE]
    ------coverage of outpatient parenteral antimicrobial therapy (see 
        H.R. 4190) [25SE]
    ------coverage of outpatient self-management training services and 
        blood-testing strips for persons with diabetes (see H.R. 4264) 
        [27SE]
    ------coverage of vancomycin home parenteral therapy (see H.R. 
        4189) [25SE]
    ------demonstration project to provide coverage for cancer 
        patients enrolled in certain clinical trials (see H.R. 3959) 
        [2AU]
    ------reduce payment for certain costs of acquiring organs for 
        transplant from organ procurement organizations (see H.R. 
        4022) [4SE]
    ------screening mammography (see H.R. 3052) [7MR]
    National Cancer Institute: increase involvement of advocates in 
        breast cancer research (see H.R. 3583) [5JN]
    NIH: expand and coordinate National Heart, Lung, and Blood 
        Institute activities on women's diseases (see H.R. 3001) 
        [29FE]
    ------expand programs to research osteoporosis and related bone 
        diseases (see H.R. 3331) [25AP]
    Parkinson's disease: research programs (see H.R. 3514) [22MY]
    Postage stamps: issue special stamps to fund breast cancer 
        research (see H.R. 3401) [7MY]
    Public Health Service: extend breast cancer research programs (see 
        H.R. 3443) [10MY]
    Public Health Service Act: provide inclusive information service 
        relative to certain diseases (see H.R. 4257) [27SE]
    San Francisco, CA: recognize the significance of the AIDS Memorial 
        Grove in Golden Gate Park (see H.R. 3193) [28MR]
    Tariff: HIV protease inhibitor chemicals (see H.R. 3977) [2AU]
    Veterans: presumption of service connection for certain diseases 
        and disabilities relative to exposure to carbon tetrachloride 
        (see H.R. 2891) [25JA]
    Women: effect of environment on health (see H.R. 3509) [22MY]
    ------preventive health programs relative to HIV and AIDS (see 
        H.R. 3174) [27MR]
    ------research health risks of dioxin in tampons (see H.R. 3796) 
        [11JY]
    ------research programs relative to HIV and AIDS (see H.R. 3176) 
        [27MR]
  Conference reports
    Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act Reauthorization (S. 
        641) [30AP]
  Reports filed
    Blood Supply Protection From Infectious Diseases: Committee on 
        Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-746) 
        [2AU]
    Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act Reauthorization: 
        Committee of Conference (S. 641) (H. Rept. 104-545) [30AP]
    Medicaid Preadmission Screening and Resident Review Requirements 
        for Certain Nursing Facilities: Committee on Commerce (House) 
        (H.R. 3632) (H. Rept. 104-817) [23SE]

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 3845, District of Columbia appropriations [26JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: making (see H.R. 3845) [18JY]
    ------making continuing (see H.J. Res. 153, 154) [3JA]
    ------making (H.R. 2546), consideration of conference report (see 
        H. Res. 351) [31JA]
    Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of Grounds for 
        Greater Washington Soap Box Derby (see H. Con. Res. 153) 
        [22MR]
    ------authorizing use of Grounds for Washington for Jesus 1996 
        prayer rally (see H. Con. Res. 161, 166) [15AP] [18AP]
    Corps of Engineers: authorize capital improvements for the 
        Washington Aqueduct (see H.R. 2917) [31JA]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: require that educational assistance 
        programs offices be located within the District of Columbia 
        (see H.R. 3036) [6MR]
    E. Barrett Prettyman U.S. Courthouse: designate (see H.R. 3029) 
        [6MR]
    Employment: treatment of employees relative to participation in 
        political campaigns (see H.R. 3918) [30JY]
    ------waive reduction for early retirement to assist in workforce 
        downsizing efforts (see H.R. 3336) [25AP]
    George Washington University: anniversary (see H. Con. Res. 139) 
        [31JA]
    Local government: make technical corrections to improve operations 
        (see H.R. 3664) [18JN]
    Medicaid: waiver of enrollment composition rule for the District 
        of Columbia Chartered Health Plan (see H.R. 3264) [17AP]
    Pensions: treatment of funds relative to certain public employees 
        (see H.R. 3389) [2MY]
    Ralph David Abernathy Memorial Foundation: extend authority to 
        establish memorial (see H.J. Res. 183) [11JY]
    Ronald H. Brown Commerce Building: designate (see H.R. 3247) 
        [15AP]
    Smithsonian Institution: authorize construction of the National 
        Air and Space Museum Dulles Center (see H.R. 3933) [31JY]
    Taxation: treatment of District of Columbia residents (see H.R. 
        3244, 4155) [15AP] [24SE]
    Veterans: authorize the Pyramid of Remembrance Foundation to 
        establish a memorial dedicated to soldiers who have died in 
        foreign conflicts (see H.R. 3442) [10MY]
    Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Regulation Compact: 
        congressional consent to amendments made by Maryland, 
        Virginia, and the District of Columbia (see H.J. Res. 194) 
        [17SE]
    Water: permit council to authorize the issuance of revenue bonds 
        relative to water and sewer facilities (see H.R. 3663) [18JN]
    White House: use of Pennsylvania Avenue for vehicular traffic (see 
        H. Res. 458) [20JN]
  Conference reports
    District of Columbia Appropriations (H.R. 2546) [31JA], (H.R. 
        3845) [1AU]
  Motions
    Appropriations: making (H.R. 2546) [31JA]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2546, District of 
        Columbia Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        351) (H. Rept. 104-456) [31JA]
    District of Columbia Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 
        2546) (H. Rept. 104-455) [31JA]
    ------Committee of Conference (H.R. 3845) (H. Rept. 104-740) [1AU]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3845) (H. Rept. 
        104-689) [18JY]
    E. Barrett Prettyman U.S. Courthouse, Washington, DC: Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3029) (H. 
        Rept. 104-588) [21MY]
    Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Board of Review 
        Abolishment: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 
        (House) (H.R. 1036) (H. Rept. 104-596) [29MY]
    Permit District of Columbia City Council To Authorize the Issuance 
        of Revenue Bonds Relative to Water and Sewer Facilities: 
        Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 
        3663) (H. Rept. 104-635) [25JN]
    Transfer Jurisdiction Over Certain Federal Real Property in the 
        District of Columbia: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 
        2636) (H. Rept. 104-368) [26JY]
    Use of Capitol Grounds for Greater Washington Soap Box Derby: 
        Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H. 
        Con. Res. 153) (H. Rept. 104-589) [21MY]

DIXON, JULIAN C. (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3019, continuing appropriations [21MR]
    ------H.R. 3259, intelligence services appropriations [18SE]
    ------H.R. 3845, District of Columbia appropriations [26JY]
  Motions offered by
    District of Columbia: making appropriations (H.R. 2546) [31JA]

DOCTORS
see Health Care Professionals

DOMESTIC POLICY
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 3103, Health Coverage Availability and 
        Affordability Act [11JN]
  Bills and resolutions
    Crime: national policy to control crime and reform court 
        procedures (see H.R. 2992) [29FE]
    ------reform juvenile justice system, and promote youth 
        development and crime prevention programs (see H.R. 3445) 
        [10MY]
    Education: authorize awarding of Presidential Honors Scholarships 
        to certain graduating secondary school students (see H.R. 
        4259) [27SE]
    ------restore equal educational opportunity (see H.R. 4304) [28SE]
    ------State funding for drug and violence prevention programs (see 
        H.R. 4016) [2AU]
    Families and domestic relations: enhance work opportunities for 
        families, reduce teenage pregnancies, reduce welfare 
        dependence, and control welfare spending (see H.R. 3266) 
        [17AP]
    Foreign policy: establish additional narcotics control 
        certification standards and reporting requirements for

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        certain illicit drug producing countries and drug-transit 
        countries (see H.R. 3689) [20JN]
    Foreign trade: imposition of trade sanctions on countries which 
        threaten the U.S. policy on the reduction and interdiction of 
        illicit drugs (see H.R. 3023) [6MR]
    Goals 2000--Educate America Act: repeal (see H.R. 4105) [18SE]
    Government: require comparable treatment of the President, Vice 
        President, Members of Congress and certain high-level 
        Government employees with Federal employees during Government 
        shutdown (see H.R. 2855, 2882) [5JA] [25JA]
    Health: assure continued health insurance coverage of retired 
        workers (see H.R. 4052) [11SE]
    ------establish State and community assistance programs for 
        providers of health care services and maintenance of safety 
        net hospital infrastructure (see H.R. 4075) [12SE]
    ------modify certain programs relative to minority women (see H.R. 
        3179) [27MR]
    ------national policy to provide health care and reform insurance 
        procedures (see H.R. 2893, 3013, 3063, 3070, 3103, 3130, 3160, 
        3185) [25JA] [5MR] [12MR] [18MR] [20MR] [26MR] [28MR]
    ------national policy to provide health care and reform insurance 
        procedures (H.R. 3103), consideration (see H. Res. 392) [27MR]
    ------national policy to provide health care and reform insurance 
        procedures (H.R. 3103), consideration of conference report 
        (see H. Res. 500, 502) [31JY] [1AU]
    ------national policy to provide health care and reform insurance 
        procedures (H.R. 3103), corrections in enrollment of 
        conference report (see H. Con. Res. 208) [2AU]
    ------national policy to provide health care to children and 
        pregnant women (see H.R. 3787) [11JY]
    ------require health plans to provide coverage of children (see 
        H.R. 4110, 4300) [18SE] [28SE]
    Immigration: waiver of exclusion for certain aliens (see H.R. 
        3928) [31JY]
    Mental health: national policy to provide health care coverage to 
        individuals with severe mental illnesses (see H.R. 4045, 4058) 
        [10SE] [11SE]
    National Mental Health Parity Act: implementation (see H.R. 4135) 
        [24SE]
    Oceans: establish a national oceanographic partnership program 
        (see H.R. 3303) [23AP]
    Project for American Renewal: implement (see H.R. 3716) [25JN]
    Public housing: Federal commitment to eliminate crime (see H.R. 
        3150) [21MR]
    Public welfare programs: funding for nutrition programs (see H.R. 
        4275) [28SE]
    Social Security: reform Federal old age, survivors, and disability 
        insurance benefits (see H.R. 3758) [9JY]
    States: assist Attorney General in deportation of illegal aliens 
        (see H.R. 3062) [12MR]
    ------provide Federal grants for drug testing projects (see H.R. 
        3778) [10JY]
    Taxation: replace individual and corporate income taxes, Social 
        Security, and Medicare taxes with a value-added tax (see H.R. 
        4050) [11SE]
    ------treatment of worker retraining expenditures (see H.R. 2998) 
        [29FE]
    Television: broadcast of violent programming (see H. Res. 541) 
        [26SE]
    ------establish toll-free number for comments relative to the 
        broadcasting of violent programming (see H.R. 2964) [9FE]
    Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act: amend (see H.R. 
        4322) [28SE]
    Women: national policy to provide health care and reform insurance 
        procedures (see H.R. 3178) [27MR]
  Conference reports
    Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (H.R. 3103) 
        [31JY]
  Messages
    Economic Report: President Clinton [16FE]
    Federal Budget for Fiscal Year 1997: President Clinton [6FE] 
        [19MR]
    National Drug Control Strategy: President Clinton [29AP]
  Motions
    Health: national policy to provide health care and reform 
        insurance procedures (H.R. 3103) [28MR] [11JN]
    ------national policy to provide health care and reform insurance 
        procedures (H.R. 3103), conference report [1AU]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3103, Health Insurance 
        Portability and Accountability Act: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 500) (H. Rept. 104-735) [31JY], (H. Res. 502) (H. 
        Rept. 104-738) [1AU]
    Consideration of H.R. 3103, Health Insurance Portability and 
        Accountability Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 392) 
        (H. Rept. 104-501) [27MR]
    Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 3103) (H. Rept. 104-736) [31JY]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3103) (H. Rept. 
        104-496) [25MR]
    National Policy To Provide Health Care and Reform Insurance 
        Procedures: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3070) (H. 
        Rept. 104-497) [25MR]
    ------Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) 
        (H.R. 995) (H. Rept. 104-498) [25MR]

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
see Families and Domestic Relations

DOOLITTLE, JOHN T. (a Representative from California)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Auburn, CA: funding for dam construction on American River (see 
        H.R. 3270) [18AP]
    Corps of Engineers: construction of flood control project on the 
        Sacramento and American Rivers, CA (see H.R. 3270) [18AP]
    Crime: national policy to control crime and reform court 
        procedures (see H.R. 2992) [29FE]
    Dept. of Agriculture: provide for maintenance of concrete dams and 
        weirs located in the Emigrant Wilderness area (see H.R. 3886) 
        [24JY]
    House Rules: require witnesses at committee hearings to disclose 
        Federal grants or contracts received during current and 
        previous fiscal years (see H. Res. 486) [22JY]
    Monuments and memorials: limit authority of the President to 
        designate certain areas as national monuments in California 
        (see H.R. 4242) [27SE]
    Sly Park Dam and Reservoir: sale by the Dept. of the Interior (see 
        H.R. 3903) [25JY]

DORNAN, ROBERT K. (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3259, intelligence services appropriations [18SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Armed Forces: discharge of military personnel relative to positive 
        HIV test (see H.R. 3926, 4344) [31JY] [4OC]
    ------policy regarding military service by homosexuals (see H.R. 
        3925) [31JY]
    Dept. of Defense: provide compensation to certain Vietnamese who 
        were employed during the Vietnamese Conflict (see H.R. 3668) 
        [18JN]
    ------restore missing person status to certain civilian and 
        contractor employees (see H.R. 4000) [2AU]
    Japan: treatment of U.S. military and civilian POW's during World 
        War II (see H. Con. Res. 176) [10MY]
    Refugees: treatment of adult children of Vietnamese reeducation 
        camp internees relative to resettlement in the U.S. (see H. 
        Res. 493) [30JY]
    Taxation: clarify restrictions on lobbying expenditures of tax-
        exempt organizations (see H.R. 3240) [15AP]
    ------require income tax instructions provide explanation of laws 
        relative to a balanced budget (see H.R. 2884) [25JA]
    Washington, George: reading of Farewell Address at the beginning 
        of each Congress (see H. Con. Res. 222) [26SE]

DOS PALOS, CA
  Bills and resolutions
    Dos Palos Ag Boosters: conveyance of certain lands (see H.R. 4041) 
        [10SE]

DOUGLAS, MARJORY STONEMAN
  Bills and resolutions
    Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wilderness: designate (see H.R. 4241) 
        [27SE]

DOYLE, MIKE (a Representative from Pennsylvania)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Alderson, Wayne T.: award Medal of Honor (see H.R. 2961; H. Con. 
        Res. 143) [1FE]

DREIER, DAVID (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Canada-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [8MY]
    Conferee: H.R. 3539, FAA programs reauthorization [24SE]
    Mexico-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [1MY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Appropriations: making continuing (H.J. Res. 175), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 411) [23AP]
    ------making continuing (H.R. 3019), consideration (see H. Res. 
        372) [6MR]
    Budget: setting forth the Federal budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. 
        Res. 178), consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 
        450) [10JN]
    Bulgaria: most-favored-nation status (H.R. 1643), consideration of 
        motion to dispose of Senate amendment (see H. Res. 334) [4JA]
    Dept. of Commerce: convey to Massachusetts the National Marine 
        Fisheries Service laboratory in Gloucester, MA (H.R. 1358), 
        disposition of Senate amendment (see H. Res. 338) [5JA]
    Housing: deregulate public housing and rental assistance programs 
        (H.R. 2406), consideration (see H. Res. 426) [7MY]
    Immigration: admission policies reform, treatment of criminal 
        aliens, alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and 
        border security (H.R. 2202), consideration (see H. Res. 384) 
        [14MR]
    ------admission policies reform, treatment of criminal aliens, 
        alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and border 
        security (H.R. 2202), consideration of conference report (see 
        H. Res. 528) [24SE]
    Legislative branch of the Government: making appropriations (H.R. 
        3754), consideration (see H. Res. 473) [9JY]
    Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development: 
        congressional approval and implementation of shipbuilding 
        trade agreement (H.R. 2754), consideration (see H. Res. 448) 
        [6JN]
    Petroleum: gasoline tax (H.R. 3415), consideration (see H. Res. 
        436) [16MY]
    Taxation: exclude long-term capital gains from gross income (see 
        H.R. 2861) [5JA]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H. Con. Res. 178, Setting 
        Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 450) (H. Rept. 104-615) [10JN]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2202, Illegal 
        Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 528) (H. Rept. 104-829) [24SE]
    Consideration of H.J. Res. 175, Continuing Appropriations: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 411) (H. Rept. 104-534) 
        [23AP]
    Consideration of H.R. 2202, Illegal Immigration Reform and 
        Immigrant Responsibility Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 384) (H. Rept. 104-483) [14MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 2406, U.S. Housing Act: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 426) (H. Rept. 104-564) [7MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 2754, Shipbuilding Trade Agreement Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 448) (H. Rept. 104-606) 
        [6JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3019, Continuing Appropriations: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 372) (H. Rept. 104-474) [6MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3415, Gasoline Tax: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 436) (H. Rept. 104-580) [16MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3754, Legislative Branch of the Government 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 473) (H. 
        Rept. 104-663) [9JY]
    Consideration of Motion To Dispose of Senate Amendment to H.R. 
        1643, Most-Favored-Nation Status for

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        Bulgaria: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 334) (H. Rept. 
        104-447) [4JA]
    Disposition of Senate Amendment to H.R. 1358, National Marine 
        Fisheries Service Laboratory Conveyance to Massachusetts: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 338) (H. Rept. 104-449) 
        [5JA]

DRONENBERG, ERNEST
  Appointments
    National Commission on Restructuring the IRS [22MY]

DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION AND TREATMENT ADMINISTRATION
  Bills and resolutions
    Establish (see H.R. 3847) [18JY]

DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION
related term(s) Department of Justice
  Bills and resolutions
    Drugs: control access to chemicals used in manufacturing 
        methamphetamine (see H.R. 3067) [12MR]
    ------prevent manufacturing and use of methamphetamine (see H.R. 
        3852, 3908) [18JY] [26JY]

DRUGS
related term(s) Crime; Pharmaceuticals
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 3603, agriculture, rural development, FDA, and 
        related agencies programs appropriations [30JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agencies 
        programs: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3603) [7JN]
    ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3603), consideration (see 
        H. Res. 451) [10JN]
    ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3603), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 496) [31JY]
    Broadcasting: require broadcasters to participate in substance 
        abuse information programs as part of their public service 
        obligation (see H.R. 3334) [25AP]
    CIA: investigate involvement in crack cocaine sales to fund 
        Contras (see H. Res. 518, 520) [11SE]
    Courts: payment of the costs of court-appointed attorneys in 
        certain criminal cases (see H.R. 3027) [6MR]
    ------sentencing of persons convicted of lesser drug offenses (see 
        H.R. 3080) [13MR]
    ------treatment of sentences relative to powdered cocaine (see 
        H.R. 3154, 3196, 4038) [22MR] [28MR] [9SE]
    Crime: control access to chemicals used in manufacturing 
        methamphetamine (see H.R. 3067) [12MR]
    ------death penalty sentencing for certain importations of 
        significant quantities of controlled substances (see H.R. 
        4170) [25SE]
    ------mandatory life imprisonment for second conviction of 
        individuals for certain felonies (see H.R. 3223) [29MR]
    ------national policy to control crime and reform court procedures 
        (see H.R. 2992) [29FE]
    ------penalties relative to distribution of controlled substances 
        with the intent to facilitate a rape or sexual battery (see 
        H.R. 3341, 3905) [25AP] [25JY]
    ------penalties relative to drug-facilitated crimes involving 
        violence or sexual assault (see H.R. 4137) [24SE]
    ------prosecution of violent, repeat, juvenile offenders (see H.R. 
        3565, 3698) [4JN] [20JN]
    Dept. of Defense: assist the procurement of law enforcement 
        equipment for counterdrug activities by State and local 
        governments (see H.R. 2931) [1FE]
    Dept. of HHS: prepare and publish a consumer guide to prescription 
        drug prices (see H.R. 3059) [8MR]
    Dept. of HUD: withhold public housing assistance to State agencies 
        that impede eviction of a tenant (see H.R. 3865) [22JY]
    Diseases: efforts to prevent transmission of HIV (see H.R. 3937) 
        [1AU]
    Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Administration: establish (see 
        H.R. 3847) [18JY]
    Employment: safety-sensitive functions relative to individuals 
        that abuse controlled substances (see H.R. 4017) [2AU]
    FDA: approval process and development of new drugs and biological 
        products (see H.R. 3199) [29MR]
    ------defer effective dates for approving certain drug 
        applications (see H.R. 4277) [28SE]
    Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act: certification of drugs 
        containing insulin and antibiotics (see H.R. 3672) [18JN]
    Firearms: mandatory minimum penalties for use during commission of 
        a Federal crime (see H.R. 3382, 3988) [1MY] [2AU]
    Foreign policy: establish additional narcotics control 
        certification standards and reporting requirements for certain 
        illicit drug producing countries and drug-transit countries 
        (see H.R. 3689) [20JN]
    Foreign trade: imposition of trade sanctions on countries which 
        threaten the U.S. policy on the reduction and interdiction of 
        illicit drugs (see H.R. 3023) [6MR]
    ------require cooperation from trade partners in preventing 
        illegal drug traffic (see H.R. 4290) [28SE]
    Harold Hughes Commission on Alcoholism: establish (see H.R. 3600) 
        [6JN]
    Health: administration of drugs and devices to terminally ill 
        patients (see H.R. 3149) [21MR]
    ------regulation of pharmacists (see H.R. 3260) [17AP]
    Health care professionals: facilitate the dissemination to 
        physicians of scientific information on drug therapies and 
        medical devices (see H.R. 2932) [1FE]
    House Rules: random drug testing of officers and employees (see H. 
        Res. 512) [2AU]
    ------require drug testing of Members, officers, and staff (see H. 
        Res. 510, 519) [2AU] [11SE]
    Housing: occupancy standards for federally assisted housing 
        relative to drug and alcohol abusers (see H.R. 3390) [2MY]
    Insurance: treatment of prescription drugs (see H.R. 3991) [2AU]
    Medicare: allow use of parenteral nutrients for renal dialysis 
        treatments (see H.R. 4185) [25SE]
    ------coverage of certain antibiotics parenterally administered at 
        home (see H.R. 3262, 4248) [17AP] [27SE]
    ------eliminate time limitation on benefits for immunity 
        suppressing drugs (see H.R. 3138) [21MR]
    ------pharmaceutical care services (see H.R. 3757) [8JY]
    Medicare/Medicaid: provide orientation and medical profiles for 
        enrollees and require health plans to assure child 
        immunizations (see H.R. 4160) [24SE]
    Methamphetamine: prevent manufacturing and use (see H.R. 3852, 
        3908) [18JY] [26JY]
    Mexico: make extension of loan guarantee agreement conditional to 
        drug enforcement efforts (see H.R. 2945) [1FE]
    ------make foreign aid conditional to drug enforcement efforts 
        (see H.R. 2947; H.J. Res. 162) [1FE] [5MR]
    ------safety standards and drug enforcement efforts relative to 
        trucks seeking to cross U.S. border (see H.R. 2946) [1FE]
    National Guard: authorize participation in drug interdiction 
        efforts (see H.R. 3524) [23MY]
    OPM: require annual reports to Congress on changes to Federal 
        retiree health benefits (see H.R. 3462) [15MY]
    Pharmaceuticals: reinstate reasonable pricing requirements for 
        drugs developed with Federal funding or research and establish 
        minimum levels of research reinvestment for drug manufacturers 
        (see H.R. 4270) [27SE]
    Prescription Drug Price Review Board: establish (see H.R. 3691) 
        [20JN]
    Public housing: Federal commitment to eliminate crime (see H.R. 
        3150) [21MR]
    Radioactive substances: review use of radiopharmaceuticals (see 
        H.R. 3065) [12MR]
    San Francisco, CA: recognize the significance of the AIDS Memorial 
        Grove in Golden Gate Park (see H.R. 3193) [28MR]
    States: provide Federal grants for drug testing projects (see H.R. 
        3778) [10JY]
    Substance abuse: tribute to youth alternative programs created by 
        Rotarians Against Substance Abuse Foundation, Concord, CA, 
        First Presbyterian Church, and Contra Costa County, CA, 
        Alcohol and Drug Abuse Council (see H. Con. Res. 162) [16AP]
    Tariff: HIV protease inhibitor chemicals (see H.R. 3977) [2AU]
    ------pharmaceutical-grade phospholipids (see H.R. 4273) [27SE]
    Tobacco products: consideration of addiction to nicotine as a 
        disability (see H. Con. Res. 223) [26SE]
    Trucking industry: alcohol and drug testing of operators 
        transporting agricultural commodities and properties for small 
        local governments (see H.R. 3182) [28MR]
    U.S. Sentencing Commission: require a study of sentencing for drug 
        offenses where domestic violence has occurred (see H.R. 4246) 
        [27SE]
    Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act: amend (see H.R. 
        4322) [28SE]
  Conference reports
    Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations (H.R. 3603) [30JY]
    Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act Reauthorization (S. 
        641) [30AP]
  Messages
    National Drug Control Strategy: President Clinton [29AP]
    National Emergency Relative to Narcotics Traffickers Centered in 
        Colombia: President Clinton [23AP]
  Reports filed
    Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3603) (H. Rept. 
        104-726) [30JY]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3603) (H. Rept. 
        104-613) [7JN]
    Animal Drug Availability Act: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        2508) (H. Rept. 104-822) [24SE]
    Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act Reauthorization: 
        Committee of Conference (S. 641) (H. Rept. 104-545) [30AP]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3603, Agriculture, 
        Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 496) (H. 
        Rept. 104-730) [31JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3603, Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, 
        and Related Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 451) (H. Rept. 104-616) [10JN]
    Reform and Oversight, National Drug Policy--Review of the Status 
        of the Drug War: Committee on Government Reform and Oversight 
        (House) (H. Rept. 104-486) [19MR]

DRUNKEN DRIVING
  Bills and resolutions
    Federal-State relations: add vehicle confiscation to criteria for 
        State eligibility for Federal drunk driving countermeasure 
        grants (see H.R. 4128) [20SE]

D&S INTERNATIONAL, INC.
  Bills and resolutions
    Relief (see H.R. 3502) [21MY]

DUNCAN, JOHN J., JR. (a Representative from Tennessee)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3539, FAA programs reauthorization [24SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Aviation: preemployment review of prospective pilot records (see 
        H.R. 3536) [29MY]
    ------prohibit certain individuals from piloting aircraft relative 
        to aeronautical records, competitions, or feats (see H.R. 
        3267) [18AP]
    Battle of Midway National Memorial: establish (see H.R. 3597) 
        [6JN]
    Metric system: modification of highway signs (see H.R. 3617) 
        [12JN]

DUNN, JENNIFER (a Representative from Washington)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Elections: campaign ethics reform and contribution limits (see 
        H.R. 3543) [29MY]
    National parks and recreation areas: require the President to 
        submit an appropriation request to provide priority funding 
        (see H.R. 3291) [23AP]
    Pang, Martin: extradition from Brazil to the U.S. (see H. Con. 
        Res. 132) [5JA]
    Snoqualmie National Forest: expand boundaries (see H.R. 3497) 
        [21MY]
    Taxation: treatment of tax free corporate liquidations and receipt 
        of debt-financed property in such a liquidation (see H.R. 
        4243) [27SE]

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DURBIN, RICHARD J. (a Representative from Illinois)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3603, agriculture, rural development, FDA, and 
        related agencies programs appropriations [30JY]
    ------H.R. 3816, energy and water development appropriations [5SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Dept. of HHS: prepare and publish a consumer guide to prescription 
        drug prices (see H.R. 3059) [8MR]
    Health care facilities: waiver of prior hospitalization 
        requirement for coverage of skilled nursing facility services 
        for certain individuals (see H.R. 4244) [27SE]
    House Rules: postpone final action on legislative branch 
        appropriations until all other appropriations bills have been 
        enacted (see H. Res. 358) [1FE]
    Insurance: establish consumer protection standards for the 
        purchase of long-term care insurance (see H.R. 3381) [1MY]
    Taxation: treatment of long-term health care insurance (see H.R. 
        3381) [1MY]

DUTCH JOHN, UT
  Bills and resolutions
    Local government: dispose of certain Federal properties and assist 
        in the interim delivery of basic services (see H.R. 3486) 
        [16MY]

EAGER, AZ
  Bills and resolutions
    Casa Malpais National Historic Landmark: authorize assistance (see 
        H.R. 3069) [12MR]

EARTHQUAKES
related term(s) Disasters
  Bills and resolutions
    Disasters: assist State and local governments in disaster relief 
        (see H.R. 3032) [6MR]
    Taxation: exempt status for State agencies created to provide 
        earthquake insurance for homeowners (see H.R. 3605) [10JN]

EAST HAMPTON, NY
  Reports filed
    Suffolk County, NY, Property Acquisition: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 1836) (H. Rept. 104-529) [22AP]

EASTERN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
  Bills and resolutions
    General Framework Agreement for Peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina: 
        implementation (see H. Res. 542) [26SE]
    International law: return of or compensation for properties 
        confiscated during Nazi, Facist, or Communist occupation (see 
        H. Con. Res. 228) [27SE]
    NATO: membership of Central and East European countries (see H.R. 
        3564, 4096) [4JN] [17SE]
    Poland: anniversary of adoption of constitution (see H. Con. Res. 
        165) [18AP]
    Yugoslavia: human and political rights of the Bosnian people of 
        the Sanjak region in Serbia and Montenegro (see H. Con. Res. 
        217) [24SE]
  Messages
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for Bulgaria Relative to Compliance 
        With International Emigration Policies: President Clinton 
        [30JA] [17JY]
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for Romania Relative to Compliance With 
        International Emigration Policies: President Clinton [3JA]

ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT
related term(s) Clean Air Act; Hazardous Substances; Recycled materials; 
    Recycling; Water
  Appointments
    Conferees: S. 1316, Safe Drinking Water Act amendments [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Air pollution: application of State regulations relative to 
        reformulated gasoline in certain areas (see H.R. 3518) [23MY]
    ------regulations relative to beverage alcohol compounds emitted 
        from aging warehouses (see H.R. 3818) [16JY]
    ------regulatory requirements relative to upwind nonattainment 
        areas (see H.R. 4339) [3OC]
    Antarctic Treaty: implement Protocol on Environmental Protection 
        (see H.R. 3060) [12MR]
    ------implement Protocol on Environmental Protection (H.R. 3060), 
        technical corrections (see H. Con. Res. 211) [10SE]
    Beaches: improve quality of coastal recreation waters (see H.R. 
        3789) [11JY]
    Bergen County, NJ: recovery of costs associated with the cleanup 
        of the Stepan Property Superfund Site (see H.R. 3319) [24AP]
    Big Cypress National Preserve: operation of certain tour 
        businesses in newly acquired areas (see H.R. 3620) [12JN]
    Budget: provide off-budget treatment for the land and water 
        conservation fund (see H.R. 3619) [12JN]
    California: enhance water quality and supply (see H.R. 4048) 
        [11SE]
    ------promote balance between natural resources, economic 
        development and job retention (see H.R. 4032) [5SE]
    California-Federal Bay-Delta Program: development of a solution to 
        ecological problems of the San Francisco Bay/Sacramento-San 
        Joaquin Delta Watershed (see H.R. 4126) [19SE]
    Calumet Ecological Park: feasibility study (see H.R. 3412) [8MY]
    CERCLA: eligibility for Federal assistance relative to development 
        of brownfield sites (see H.R. 3746) [27JN]
    ------establish loan program for cleanup of brownfield sites (see 
        H.R. 3214) [29MR]
    ------treatment of certain parties relative to liability (see H.R. 
        3105) [18MR]
    Chesapeake Bay: establish a program to provide environmental 
        assistance to non-Federal interests (see H.R. 3309) [24AP]
    Clean Air Act: amend (see H.R. 3519) [23MY]
    ------provide regulatory relief and preserve jobs (see H.R. 3446) 
        [10MY]
    Coastal zones: clarify Corps of Engineers responsibilities to 
        promote and carry out shore protection projects (see H.R. 
        3551) [29MY]
    Corps of Engineers: authorize water conservation and river and 
        harbor improvement projects (see H.R. 3563, 3592) [4JN] [6JN]
    Crime: increase penalties and strengthen enforcement relative to 
        environmental crimes (see H.R. 4218) [26SE]
    Custom Service: treatment of foreign vehicles relative to U.S. 
        emission standards (see H.R. 3961) [2AU]
    Deepwater Port Act: amend (see H.R. 2940) [1FE]
    Dept. of Agriculture: extend contracts under the Conservation 
        Reserve Program (see H.R. 4336) [1OC]
    Dept. of the Navy: enhance and increase knowledge of the oceans 
        (see H.R. 3363) [30AP]
    Diseases: establish estrogenic substance screening programs (see 
        H.R. 3293) [23AP]
    Economy: promote revitalization through Federal assistance for 
        cleanup of abandoned or contaminated properties (see H.R. 
        2919, 3093) [31JA] [14MR]
    Electric power: establish a commission to minimize the 
        environmental impacts associated with electric utility 
        restructuring (see H.R. 3172) [27MR]
    Endangered species: protect private property rights relative to 
        economic losses from critical habitat designations (see H.R. 
        3862) [22JY]
    Endangered Species Act: reauthorize (H.R. 2275), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 466) [26JN]
    Energy Policy and Conservation Act: extend certain programs (see 
        H.R. 3670, 3868) [18JN] [23JY]
    EPA: distribution of funds to States for cooperative agreements 
        relative to underground storage tanks (see H.R. 3391) [2MY]
    ------reestablish the Office of Noise Abatement and Control (see 
        H.R. 4308) [28SE]
    ------revise water quality criteria for ammonia (see H.R. 4107) 
        [18SE]
    FAA: regulations relative to recirculation of fresh air in 
        commercial aircraft (see H.R. 3626) [12JN]
    Federal Water Pollution Control Act: amend (see H.R. 3639) [13JN]
    FERC: disapproving of rules concerning open access transmission 
        services of public utilities (see H.J. Res. 178) [1MY]
    Foreign policy: U.S. membership in regional South Pacific 
        organizations (see H. Con. Res. 189) [18JN]
    Foreign trade: require President to certify agreements relative to 
        protection of worker rights and environmental standards (see 
        H.R. 4014) [2AU]
    Forests: designate and protect certain Federal lands (see H.R. 
        4145) [24SE]
    Greeley, CO: exchange of certain lands with Water Supply and 
        Storage Co. (see H.R. 3541) [29MY]
    Hazardous substances: clarify listing of unique chemical 
        substances (see H.R. 3849) [18JY]
    ------exempt transportation by certain vehicles from Government 
        regulations (see H.R. 3153) [22MR]
    ------improve accountability and safety of hazardous waste 
        facilities (see H.R. 4009, 4272) [2AU] [27SE]
    ------protect residents and localities from irresponsibly sited 
        waste facilities (see H.R. 3780) [10JY]
    House of Representatives: implementation of Office Waste Recycling 
        Program (see H. Res. 513) [2AU]
    Hudson River Basin: habitat restoration projects (see H.R. 3471) 
        [16MY]
    International Dolphin Conservation Program: implement (H.R. 2823), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 489) [25JY]
    J. Phil Campbell, Sr., Natural Resources Conservation Center, 
        Watkinsville, GA: designate (see H.R. 3387) [1MY]
    Long Island Sound: prohibit dumping of dredged material (see H.R. 
        3213) [29MR]
    Maine: refund individual expenses relative to certain EPA 
        automobile inspection and maintenance requirements (see H.R. 
        3824) [16JY]
    Marine mammals: eliminate ban on import of dolphin-safe tuna and 
        support the International Dolphin Conservation Program in the 
        eastern tropical Pacific Ocean (see H.R. 2856) [5JA]
    Marine resources: authorizing National Marine Sanctuary Program 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3090) [14MR]
    Mississippi Interstate Cooperative Resource Agreement: conduct 
        pilot test (see H.R. 2939) [1FE]
    Monuments and memorials: prohibit extension or establishment of 
        any national monument in Idaho without public participation 
        and an express act of Congress [19SE]
    ------prohibit extension or establishment of any national monument 
        in Oregon without public participation and an express act of 
        Congress (see H.R. 4294) [28SE]
    NAFTA: assess impact, renegotiate certain provisions, and review 
        World Trade Organization dispute settlement reports (see H.R. 
        3314) [24AP]
    ------extension of Presidential fast-track negotiating authority 
        relative to creation of a Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Area (see 
        H. Res. 547) [27SE]
    ------U.S. participation in Coordinating Secretariat (see H.R. 
        3075) [13MR]
    National Environmental Education Act: extend programs (see H.R. 
        3645) [13JN]
    National Environmental Science and Policy Academy: feasibility 
        study (see H.R. 4175) [25SE]
    National Marine Sanctuaries Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 3487) 
        [16MY]
    National Park Foundation: reform (see H.R. 3819) [16JY]
    Nevada: disposal and acquisition of certain lands (see H.R. 3127) 
        [20MR]
    New Jersey: terminate ocean dumping at certain sites (see H.R. 
        4030, 4034) [5SE]
    Oceans: establish a national oceanographic partnership program 
        (see H.R. 3303) [23AP]
    ------improve coordination of Federal oceanographic programs (see 
        H.R. 3537) [29MY]
    Petroleum: improve prevention of, response to, and compensation to 
        communities affected by oil spills (see H.R. 3573) [4JN]
    ------regulation of above-ground storage tanks (see H.R. 3283) 
        [22AP]
    Public lands: enhance conservation and protection of Boundary 
        Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and Voyageurs National Park (see 
        H.R. 3470) [16MY]
    Radioactive substances: authority for the disposal of low-level 
        radioactive waste (see H.R. 3394) [7MY]
    Refuse disposal: funding for construction, operation, and 
        maintenance of dredged material disposal facilities (see H.R. 
        3113) [19MR]

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    ------funding for dredged material disposal relative to wetlands 
        (see H.R. 3152) [22MR]
    Roads and highways: exempt traffic signal synchronization projects 
        from certain Clean Air Act provisions (see H.R. 2988) [28FE]
    Safe Drinking Water Act: amend (see H.R. 3038, 3604) [6MR] [10JN]
    ------amend (S. 1316), consideration of conference report (see H. 
        Res. 507) [1AU]
    San Isabel National Forest, CO: extend protection of Spanish Peaks 
        planning area (see H.R. 3969) [2AU]
    Small Business Act: exempt dredging activities from certain 
        requirements (see H.R. 3437) [10MY]
    Solid waste: allow petition submittal for the prevention of 
        certain waste facilities construction in environmentally 
        disadvantaged communities (see H.R. 2845) [4JA]
    ------State control over disposal of solid waste imported from 
        other nations (see H.R. 4049) [11SE]
    ------State control over transportation of municipal solid waste 
        (S. 534), consideration (see H. Res. 349) [30JA]
    South Pacific region: prohibit the storage of nuclear waste on any 
        Pacific territories or U.S. islands (see H.R. 3686) [20JN]
    Taxation: allow credit for cleanup of contaminated industrial 
        sites (see H.R. 2846, 4200) [4JA] [26SE]
    ------refundable income credit to businesses which recycle office 
        wastes (see H.R. 3955) [2AU]
    ------suspension of tax on ozone-depleting chemicals used as 
        propellants in metered-dose inhalers (see H.R. 3416) [8MY]
    ------treatment of environmental remediation costs in empowerment 
        and enterprise zones (see H.R. 3747) [27JN]
    Technology: development and use of new environmental monitoring 
        technology (see H.R. 3906) [25JY]
    Tongass National Forest: extend timber sale contract with the 
        Ketchikan Pulp Corp. (see H.R. 3659) [13JN]
    Transportation: increase use of natural gas as a fuel (see H.R. 
        4288) [28SE]
    Treaties and agreements: negotiation of environmental, labor and 
        agricultural standards relative to trade agreements in Western 
        Hemisphere (see H.R. 4291) [28SE]
    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: implement plan for responding to 
        red tide events involving Florida Manatees (see H.R. 4261) 
        [27SE]
    ------implementation of Great Lakes Fishery Restoration Study 
        Report (see H.R. 4028) [5SE]
    Uranium Mill Tailings Radiation Control Act: authorizing 
        appropriations (see H.R. 2967) [23FE]
    Walker River Basin: conservation and stabilization of water 
        quantity and quality for fish habitat (see H.R. 3971) [2AU]
    Water: biological monitoring and whole effluent toxicity tests in 
        connection with publicly owned treatment works (see H.R. 3948) 
        [1AU]
    ------extend date for the transfer of certain amounts to be 
        available for drinking water State revolving funds (see H.R. 
        3902) [25JY]
    ------public notification relative to level of contaminants in 
        drinking water (see H.R. 3280, 3429) [18AP] [9MY]
    ------require persons contributing to drinking water contamination 
        to reimburse public water systems for the costs of 
        decontamination (see H.R. 3656) [13JN]
    ------sediments decontamination technology (see H.R. 3112) [19MR]
    Water pollution: disposal of contaminated dredged materials in 
        Port of New York-New Jersey (see H.R. 4317) [28SE]
    ------State waivers from secondary treatment requirements for 
        certain ocean discharges (see H.R. 3299) [23AP]
    Waterways: ballast water management plans relative to prevention 
        of nonindigenous species introduction (see H.R. 3217, 4283) 
        [29MR] [28SE]
    ------disposal of contaminated sediments (see H.R. 3170) [27MR]
    Wetlands: promote restoration, conservation, and enhancement 
        through establishment of a mitigation banking program (see 
        H.R. 3692) [20JN]
    Women: effect of environment on health (see H.R. 3509) [22MY]
  Conference reports
    Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments (S. 1316) [1AU]
  Messages
    NOAA Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management: President 
        Clinton [9JY]
  Motions
    Corps of Engineers: authorize water conservation and river and 
        harbor improvement projects (H.R. 3592) [30JY]
    Safe Drinking Water Act: amend (S. 1316) [17JY] [18JY]
  Reports filed
    Coastal Zone Management Act Reauthorization: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 1965) (H. Rept. 104-521) [16AP]
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 1316, Safe Drinking Water 
        Act Amendments: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 507) (H. 
        Rept. 104-743) [1AU]
    Consideration of H.R. 2823, International Dolphin Conservation 
        Program Implementation: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        489) (H. Rept. 104-708) [25JY]
    Deepwater Port Act Amendments: Committee on Transporation and 
        Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 2940) (H. Rept. 104-692) [18JY]
    Distribution of EPA Funds to States for Cooperative Agreements 
        Relative to Underground Storage Tanks: Committee on Commerce 
        (House) (H.R. 3391) (H. Rept. 104-822) [24SE]
    Endangered Species Act Reauthorization: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 2275) (H. Rept. 104-778) [9SE]
    Energy Policy and Conservation Act Programs Extension: Committee 
        on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3868) (H. Rept. 104-712) [26JY]
    EPA State Grants To Finance the Construction or Improvement of 
        Water Supply Systems: Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 2747) (H. Rept. 104-515) [29MR]
    Exempt Transportation of Hazardous Substances by Certain Vehicles 
        From Government Regulations: Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3153) (H. Rept. 104-791) [17SE]
    Federal Oceanography Coordination Improvement Act: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3537) (H. Rept. 104-771) [4SE]
    International Dolphin Conservation Program Implementation: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2823) (H. Rept. 104-665) 
        [10JY]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2823) (H. Rept. 
        104-665) [23JY]
    J. Phil Campbell, Sr., Natural Resources Conservation Center, 
        Watkinsville, GA: Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 3387) 
        (H. Rept. 104-645) [27JN]
    Mercury-Containing and Rechargeable Battery Management Act: 
        Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2024) (H. Rept. 104-530) 
        [23AP]
    National Marine Sanctuaries Act Reauthorization: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3487) (H. Rept. 104-717) [29JY]
    Protocol on Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty 
        Implementation: Committee on Science (House) (H.R. 3060) (H. 
        Rept. 104-593) [23MY]
    Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments: Committee of Conference (S. 
        1316) (H. Rept. 104-741) [1AU]
    Traffic Signal Synchronization Projects Exemption From Certain 
        Clean Air Act Provisions: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        2988) (H. Rept. 104-807) [18SE]
    Uranium Mill Tailings Radiation Control Act Appropriations: 
        Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2967) (H. Rept. 104-536) 
        [24AP]
    Water Resources Development Act: Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3592) (H. Rept. 104-695) [22JY]

ECONOMY
  Bills and resolutions
    Business and industry: authorize judicial review of agency 
        certifications of the economic impact of regulations on small 
        entities (see H.R. 3048) [7MR]
    ------discourage relocation to foreign countries and encourage 
        creation of new jobs (see H.R. 3252) [16AP]
    ------ensure congressional approval of compliance costs relative 
        to Government regulations (see H.R. 3277) [18AP]
    ------establish a commission to study employment and economic 
        insecurity (see H.R. 3353) [30AP]
    ------require employers to notify workers of reductions in 
        business operations (see H.R. 3369) [30AP]
    California: promote balance between natural resources, economic 
        development and job retention (see H.R. 4032) [5SE]
    Contracts: require wages paid under a Federal contract be above 
        local poverty line (see H.R. 3229, 3463) [29MR] [15MY]
    Crime: protect proprietary economic information (see H.R. 3723) 
        [26JN]
    Dept. of HHS: prepare and publish a consumer guide to prescription 
        drug prices (see H.R. 3059) [8MR]
    Emergency Commission To End the Trade Deficit: establish (see H.R. 
        3987) [2AU]
    Employment: ensure economic self-sufficiency for participants in 
        adult training programs (see H.R. 3616) [11JN]
    ------extend time period for filing of trade adjustment assistance 
        petitions (see H.R. 3271) [18AP]
    Federal aid programs: promote revitalization through Federal 
        assistance for cleanup of abandoned or contaminated properties 
        (see H.R. 2919, 3093) [31JA] [14MR]
    Foreign trade: most-favored-nation status for certain nonmarket 
        economy countries (see H.R. 2926) [1FE]
    ------require President to certify agreements relative to 
        protection of worker rights and environmental standards (see 
        H.R. 4014) [2AU]
    ------technical corrections in legislation (see H.R. 3815) [16JY]
    House of Representatives: enactment of certain legislation (see 
        H.R. 3136) [21MR]
    ------enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 3136), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 391) [27MR]
    ------enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 3136), waiving 
        enrollment requirements (see H.J. Res. 168) [26MR]
    Immigration: establish visa waiver pilot program for Korean 
        nationals traveling in tour groups (see H.R. 3962) [2AU]
    Mexico: make extension of loan guarantee agreement conditional to 
        drug enforcement efforts (see H.R. 2945) [1FE]
    ------make foreign aid conditional to drug enforcement efforts 
        (see H.R. 2947) [1FE]
    Minimum wage: level (see H.R. 3265, 3383, 3481) [17AP] [1MY] 
        [16MY]
    NAFTA: assess impact, renegotiate certain provisions, and review 
        World Trade Organization dispute settlement reports (see H.R. 
        3314) [24AP]
    ------extension of Presidential fast-track negotiating authority 
        relative to creation of a Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Area (see 
        H. Res. 547) [27SE]
    ------U.S. participation in Coordinating Secretariat (see H.R. 
        3075) [13MR]
    Oceans: establish a national oceanographic partnership program 
        (see H.R. 3303) [23AP]
    Petroleum: gasoline tax (see H.R. 3375, 3395, 3415, 3420, 3457) 
        [1MY] [7MY] [8MY] [15MY]
    ------gasoline tax (H.R. 3415), consideration (see H. Res. 436) 
        [16MY]
    ------transfer gasoline tax revenues to transportation trust funds 
        (see H.R. 3372, 3384) [1MY]
    Public works: national program to create jobs and restore 
        infrastructure (see H.R. 3469) [16MY]
    Taxation: credit for business investments in economically 
        distressed areas (see H.R. 2847) [4JA]
    ------replace individual and corporate income taxes, Social 
        Security, and Medicare taxes with a value-added tax (see H.R. 
        4050) [11SE]
    ------require use of dynamic economic modeling in the preparation 
        of estimates of proposed changes in Federal revenue law (see 
        H. Con. Res. 170) [2MY]
    ------treatment of empowerment zones and enterprise communities 
        (see H.R. 3241) [15AP]

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    ------treatment of worker retraining expenditures (see H.R. 2998) 
        [29FE]
    Tourist trade: revitalize industry and provide airport security 
        (see H.R. 4312) [28SE]
    Treaties and agreements: negotiation of environmental, labor and 
        agricultural standards relative to trade agreements in Western 
        Hemisphere (see H.R. 4291) [28SE]
    Unemployment: emergency compensation (see H.R. 4263) [27SE]
  Messages
    Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Act: President Clinton [2OC]
    Economic Report: President Clinton [16FE]
    National Emergency Relative to Lapse of the Export Administration 
        Act: President Clinton [4JN]
    Small Business and Competition: President Clinton [5JN]
    Veto of H.R. 743, Teamwork for Employees and Managers Act: 
        President Clinton [30JY]
  Motions
    House of Representatives: enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 
        3136) [28MR]
    Petroleum: gasoline tax (H.R. 3415) [21MY]
  Reports filed
    Appalachian Regional Commission Funding and Economic Development 
        Programs: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 
        (House) (H.R. 2145) (H. Rept. 104-693) [18JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3136, Contract With America Advancement Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 391) (H. Rept. 104-500) 
        [27MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3415, Gasoline Tax: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 436) (H. Rept. 104-580) [16MY]
    Dept. of Commerce Toll-Free Telephone Number for Consumer 
        Assistance: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 447) (H. Rept. 
        104-753) [2AU]
    Foreign Trade Legislation Technical Corrections: Committee on Ways 
        and Means (House) (H.R. 3815) (H. Rept. 104-718) [29JY]
    Gasoline Tax: Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3415) (H. 
        Rept. 104-576) [16MY]
    Protect Proprietary Economic Information: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3723) (H. Rept. 104-788) [16SE]

EDUCATION
related term(s) Colleges and Universities; Schools
  Appointments
    Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance [18JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Apache National Forest: conveyance of land to the Alpine 
        Elementary School District (see H.R. 3547) [29MY]
    Appropriations: funding levels for federally assisted education 
        programs (see H. Con. Res. 144) [1FE]
    Broadcasting: require broadcasters to participate in substance 
        abuse information programs as part of their public service 
        obligation (see H.R. 3334) [25AP]
    Business and industry: recognize businesses that participate with 
        schools to enhance the teaching and use of technology (see 
        H.R. 3921) [30JY]
    Children and youth: develop elementary and secondary school 
        curriculum standards (see H.R. 3257) [16AP]
    ------establish Role Models Academy for at-risk youths (see H.R. 
        4161) [24SE]
    Colleges and universities: participation by historically black 
        graduate professional schools in certain education grant 
        programs (see H.R. 3055) [7MR]
    ------protect speech and association rights of students (see H.R. 
        4207) [26SE]
    ------provide incentives to develop alcohol abuse prevention 
        programs (see H.R. 3476) [16MY]
    Collegs and universities: tuition prepayment plans that guarantee 
        a college education at a fixed price (see H. Res. 506) [1AU]
    Commission on the Advancement of Women in the Science and 
        Engineering Work Forces: establish (see H.R. 3726) [26JN]
    Congressional Office of Compliance: provide educational assistance 
        to employing offices of the House of Representatives (see H. 
        Res. 401) [15AP]
    Crime: reform juvenile justice system, and promote youth 
        development and crime prevention programs (see H.R. 3445) 
        [10MY]
    ------require opening of campus security crime logs at 
        institutions of higher education (see H. Res. 470) [27JN]
    ------use of certain grant funds to provide parental education 
        (see H.R. 3833) [17JY]
    Dept. of Defense: technical corrections relative to certain 
        educational assistance authority (see H.R. 4282) [28SE]
    Dept. of Education: eligibility standards for short term 
        educational programs (see H.R. 2914) [31JA]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: require that educational assistance 
        programs offices be located within the District of Columbia 
        (see H.R. 3036) [6MR]
    Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act: 
        reauthorize (see H.R. 3867) [23JY]
    District of Columbia: treatment of pension funds relative to 
        certain public employees (see H.R. 3389) [2MY]
    Dos Palos, CA: conveyance of certain lands to the Dos Palos Ag 
        Boosters (see H.R. 4041) [10SE]
    Employment: ensure economic self-sufficiency for participants in 
        adult training programs (see H.R. 3616) [11JN]
    ------provide training assistance to individuals employed in an 
        economically depressed industry and area (see H.R. 3403) [7MY]
    English language: declare as official language of U.S. (see H.R. 
        3850, 3898) [18JY] [25JY]
    ------declare as official language of U.S. (H.R. 123), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 499) [31JY]
    Family and Medical Leave Act: expand coverage and allow leave for 
        parental involvement in educational and extracurricular 
        activities (see H.R. 3704) [24JN]
    Federal aid programs: participation of local agencies in certain 
        programs independent of State involvement (see H.R. 3313) 
        [24AP]
    ------provide interest subsidies for construction and renovation 
        of schools (see H.R. 4309) [28SE]
    Federal Family Education Loan Program: permit financial 
        institutions to pay origination fees of borrowers (see H.R. 
        3863) [22JY]
    Financial aid grants: provide for certain colleges and technical 
        schools (see H.R. 3919) [30JY]
    Freedom of religion: constitutional amendment on protection (see 
        H.J. Res. 184) [16JY]
    George Bush School of Government and Public Service: funding (see 
        H.R. 3803) [12JY]
    George Washington University: anniversary (see H. Con. Res. 139) 
        [31JA]
    Goals 2000--Educate America Act: repeal (see H.R. 4105) [18SE]
    Haskell Indian Nations University: enhance administrative 
        authority of president (see H.R. 4098) [17SE]
    Health: establish a program for training in lifesaving first aid 
        for individuals experiencing cardiac arrest (see H.R. 3022) 
        [6MR]
    ------establish teaching hospital and graduate medical education 
        trust fund (see H.R. 4069) [12SE]
    ------improve and expand programs relative to pregnancy (see H.R. 
        4217) [26SE]
    History: development of curriculum designed to educate students 
        about the Irish famine (see H. Con. Res. 226) [27SE]
    Immigration: access of illegal immigrants to public education (see 
        H.R. 4134) [24SE]
    ------access of illegal immigrants to public education (H.R. 
        4134), consideration (see H. Res. 530) [24SE]
    Impact Aid Program: reform (see H.R. 2886) [25JA]
    Individuals With Disabilities Education Act: reauthorization (see 
        H.R. 3268) [18AP]
    Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts 
        Development: reform board appointment process (see H.R. 3049) 
        [7MR]
    Law enforcement officers: provide educational assistance to 
        dependents of Federal officials killed or disabled in the line 
        of duty (see H.R. 4111) [18SE]
    Local government: allow jurisdictions flexibility in use of 
        certain funds (see H.R. 3135) [21MR]
    Medicare: reimbursement of education costs for residents enrolled 
        in certain primary care training programs (see H.R. 4271) 
        [27SE]
    Millennium Society: coordinate activities to commemorate the 
        second millennium and endow an international cross-cultural 
        scholarship fund (see H.R. 3631) [12JN]
    National Center for History in the Schools: express disapproval of 
        standards for teaching U.S. and world history (see H. Res. 
        348) [25JA]
    National Environmental Education Act: extend programs (see H.R. 
        3645) [13JN]
    National Environmental Science and Policy Academy: feasibility 
        study (see H.R. 4175) [25SE]
    National objectives: promote science and technology (see H.R. 
        3709) [25JN]
    ------restore equal educational opportunity (see H.R. 4304) [28SE]
    National Science Scholars Program: reestablish (see H.R. 3648) 
        [13JN]
    Native Americans: authorizing appropriations for certain programs 
        (see H.R. 3066) [12MR]
    NetDay96: tribute (see H. Res. 521) [12SE]
    Oceans: establish a national oceanographic partnership program 
        (see H.R. 3303) [23AP]
    ------improve coordination of Federal oceanographic programs (see 
        H.R. 3537) [29MY]
    Pennsylvania: modification of State agreement under Social 
        Security relative to certain students (see H.R. 3450) [14MY]
    Prayer: constitutional amendment allowing prayer in public 
        institutions (see H.J. Res. 186) [23JY]
    Presidential Honors Scholarships: authorize awarding to certain 
        graduating secondary school students (see H.R. 4259) [27SE]
    Programs: deny funds to programs that allow corporal punishment 
        (see H.R. 2918) [31JA]
    Public welfare programs: funding for nutrition programs (see H.R. 
        4275) [28SE]
    Real estate: provide hold-harmless payment amounts for impact-aid 
        payments relative to Federal acquisition of real property (see 
        H.R. 3269) [18AP]
    Schools: maximize use of available technology (see H.R. 4180) 
        [25SE]
    ------parental access to children's curriculum and records (see 
        H.R. 3324, 3947) [25AP] [1AU]
    States: drug and violence prevention programs funding (see H.R. 
        4016) [2AU]
    ------reimburse for costs of educating certain illegal alien 
        students (see H.R. 4062, 4303) [12SE] [28SE]
    Student loans: exempt certain lenders from audit requirements (see 
        H.R. 3002) [4MR]
    Taxation: allow companies to donate scientific equipment to 
        schools (see H.R. 3498) [21MY]
    ------refundable credit for the contribution of books to libraries 
        (see H.R. 3979) [2AU]
    ------treatment of and limitations on loans made from qualified 
        employer plans (see H.R. 4004) [2AU]
    ------treatment of educational grants by private foundations (see 
        H.R. 3737) [27JN]
    ------treatment of higher education expenses (see H.R. 3245, 4323) 
        [15AP] [28SE]
    ------treatment of individual training accounts (see H.R. 3157) 
        [22MR]
    ------treatment of State tuition programs (see H.R. 3842) [17JY]
    ------treatment of tuition and related expenses relative to 
        nonpublic elementary and secondary education (see H.R. 4222) 
        [26SE]
    ------use of individual retirement accounts for post-secondary 
        education or job retraining expenses (see H.R. 4334) [30SE]
    Technology: improve quality of technical education in 
        manufacturing and vocational technologies (see H.R. 3191) 
        [28MR]
    Veterans: allow enrollment at certain branches or extensions of 
        institutions of higher learning (see H.R. 2851) [5JA]
    ------eligibility for training and rehabilitation assistance and 
        transfer of certain educational assistance authority (see H.R. 
        3674) [19JN]
    ------make permanent alternative teacher certification programs 
        (see H.R. 2868) [23JA]
  Conference reports
    Workforce and Career Development Act (H.R. 1617) [25JY]

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  Messages
    Corp. for Public Broadcasting: President Clinton [9JY]
    Economic Report: President Clinton [16FE]
  Motions
    English language: declare as official language of U.S. (H.R. 123) 
        [1AU]
  Reports filed
    Apache National Forest Land Conveyance to the Alpine Elementary 
        School District: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3547) 
        (H. Rept. 104-759) [4SE]
    California Land Conveyance to the Del Norte County Unified School 
        District: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2709) (H. Rept. 
        104-763) [4SE]
    Consideration of H.R. 123, English Language Empowerment Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 499) (H. Rept. 104-734) 
        [31JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 4134, Access of Illegal Immigrants to Public 
        Education: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 530) (H. Rept. 
        104-834) [24SE]
    Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act 
        Reauthorization: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3867) (H. 
        Rept. 104-719) [30JY]
    English Language Empowerment Act: Committee on Economic and 
        Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 123) (H. Rept. 104-
        723) [30JY]
    Federal Oceanography Coordination Improvement Act: Committee on 
        Resources (House) (H.R. 3537) (H. Rept. 104-771) [4SE]
    Guidelines for School Lunch and Breakfast Programs: Committee on 
        Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 2066) (H. 
        Rept. 104-561) [7MY]
    Impact Aid Program Technical Corrections: Committee on Economic 
        and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3269) (H. Rept. 
        104-560) [7MY]
    Individuals With Disabilities Education Act Reauthorization: 
        Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) 
        (H.R. 3268) (H. Rept. 104-614) [10JN]
    Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture and Arts 
        Development Board of Trustees Appointment Process: Committee 
        on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3049) 
        (H. Rept. 104-505) [28MR]
    Opening of Campus Security Crime Logs at Institutions of Higher 
        Education: Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities 
        (House) (H. Res. 470) (H. Rept. 104-776) [5SE]
    Participation by Historically Black Graduate Professional Schools 
        in Certain Education Grant Programs: Committee on Economic and 
        Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3055) (H. Rept. 104-
        504) [28MR]
    Permit Financial Institutions Under the Federal Family Education 
        Loan Program To Pay Origination Fees of Borrowers: Committee 
        on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3863) 
        (H. Rept. 104-775) [5SE]
    Propane Gas Industry Safety, Training, Research, and Development: 
        Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 1514) (H. Rept. 104-655) 
        [8JY]
    Veterans Eligibility for Training and Rehabilitation Assistance 
        and Transfer of Certain Educational Assistance Authority: 
        Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3674) (H. Rept. 
        104-650) [27JN]
    Workforce and Career Development Act: Committee of Conference 
        (H.R. 1617) (H. Rept. 104-707) [25JY]

EFFECTIVE DEATH PENALTY AND PUBLIC SAFETY ACT
  Motions
    Enact (H.R. 2703) [13MR] [14MR]

EHRLICH, ROBERT L., JR. (a Representative from Maryland)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Health: denial of nurse aide training programs relative to quality 
        or operation (see H.R. 3233) [15AP]
    Medicaid: preadmission screening and resident review requirements 
        for certain nursing facilities (see H.R. 3232, 3632) [15AP] 
        [12JN]
    Nursing homes: nurses aide training and competency evaluation 
        programs (see H.R. 3633) [12JN]

EL DORADO COUNTY, CA
  Bills and resolutions
    Sly Park Dam and Reservoir: sale by the Dept. of the Interior (see 
        H.R. 3903) [25JY]
  Reports filed
    Sly Park Dam and Reservoir Sale by the Dept. of the Interior: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3903) (H. Rept. 104-768) 
        [4SE]

ELDERLY
see Senior Citizens

ELECTIONS
  Bills and resolutions
    Absentee ballots: extend the period for receipt (see H.R. 3058) 
        [8MR]
    Bass, Representative: dismissal of election contest (see H. Res. 
        539) [26SE]
    China, Republic of: tribute on the occasion of first Presidential 
        election (see H. Con. Res. 154) [26MR]
    Computers: provide candidates for Federal offices free access to 
        interactive computer services for dissemination of campaign 
        information (see H.R. 3700) [20JN]
    Congress: set date for convening of 105th Congress and the date 
        for the counting of electoral votes for President and Vice 
        President (see H.J. Res. 198) [28SE]
    Constitutional amendments: expenditure of money to elect public 
        officials (see H.J. Res. 171, 187) [29MR] [25JY]
    ------regulate campaign expenditures and contribution limits (see 
        H.J. Res. 172) [18AP]
    District of Columbia: treatment of employees relative to 
        participation in political campaigns (see H.R. 3918) [30JY]
    Electoral College: constitutional amendment to abolish (see H.J. 
        Res. 180) [12JN]
    FEC: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3461) [15MY]
    ------require quarterly candidate reports to be filed 
        electronically and accessible through the Internet (see H.R. 
        3653) [13JN]
    Federal Election Campaign Act: amend (see H.R. 3505) [22MY]
    FTC: impose monetary penalties for use of fraudulent political 
        advertisements (see H.R. 3995) [2AU]
    House of Representatives: establish a commission on size of 
        membership and election process (see H.R. 4076) [12SE]
    ------limit election expenditures for candidates (see H.R. 3651) 
        [13JN]
    ------limitations on campaign contributions to qualifying and 
        nonqualifying candidates (see H.R. 3122) [20MR]
    ------prevent mass mailings during an election year (see H.R. 
        3773) [10JY]
    House Rules: require Members to establish office policies relative 
        to the use of computer software, programs, and data bases (see 
        H. Res. 533) [24SE]
    Perot, H. Ross: inclusion in Presidential debates (see H. Res. 
        555) [30SE]
    Political campaigns: comply with campaign spending limits and 
        enhance importance of individual and intradistrict 
        contributions (see H.R. 3912) [26JY]
    ------disclosure of identity of persons paying for telephone poll 
        expenses (see H.R. 4183) [25SE]
    ------establish a temporary commission to recommend reforms for 
        Federal office (see H.R. 4327) [28SE]
    ------ethics reform and contribution limits (see H.R. 2944, 3053, 
        3274, 3505, 3543, 3588, 3760, 3800, 3820) [1FE] [7MR] [18AP] 
        [22MY] [29MY] [5JN] [9JY] [12JY] [16JY]
    ------ethics reform and contribution limits (H.R. 2566), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 373) [6MR]
    ------ethics reform and contribution limits (H.R. 3820), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 481) [17JY]
    ------prohibit use of labor organization dues and fees for 
        political activities (see H.R. 3683) [19JN]
    ------require that odd-numbered year contributions be from 
        individuals only (see H.R. 3397) [7MY]
    ------revise rules on independent expenditures (see H.R. 3208) 
        [29MR]
    ------spending limits on Federal campaigns (see H.R. 3658) [13JN]
    President and Vice President: constitutional amendment on direct 
        popular election (see H.J. Res. 180) [12JN]
    Presidential Debate Commission: establish on an ongoing basis and 
        require nominees for President and Vice President to 
        participate in debates to receive Federal funding for party 
        conventions (see H.R. 4310) [28SE]
    Public opinion polls: require certain disclosures and reports 
        relative to polling by telephone or electronic device (see 
        H.R. 4267) [27SE]
    Rose, Representative: dismissal of election contest (see H. Res. 
        538) [26SE]
    Sierra Leone: elections (see H. Con. Res. 160) [15AP]
    States: clarify procedure for determining population for purposes 
        of congressional apportionment (see H.R. 3589) [5JN]
    Taxation: eliminate State requirement to pay unemployment 
        compensation on election worker services (see H.R. 3430) [9MY]
    ------treatment of income of certain election officials and 
        workers (see H.R. 3306, 3451) [24AP] [14MY]
    Voting: reform voter registration procedures (see H.R. 4209) 
        [26SE]
    ------secure rights of former felons who have been released from 
        incarceration (see H.R. 3028) [6MR]
  Motions
    Political campaigns: ethics reform and contribution limits (H.R. 
        3820) [25JY]
  Reports filed
    Campaign Ethics Reform and Contribution Limits: Committee on House 
        Oversight (House) (H.R. 3760) (H. Rept. 104-677) [16JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3820, Campaign Ethics Reform and 
        Contribution Limits: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 481) 
        (H. Rept. 104-685) [17JY]
    Dismissal of Election Contest Against Representative Bass: 
        Committee on House Oversight (House) (H. Res. 539) (H. Rept. 
        104-853) [26SE]
    Dismissal of Election Contest Against Representative Rose: 
        Committee on House Oversight (House) (H. Res. 538) (H. Rept. 
        104-852) [26SE]
    Eliminate Bilingual Voting Requirements: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 351) (H. Rept. 104-728) [31JY]

ELECTRIC POWER
related term(s) Power Resources
  Bills and resolutions
    Dept. of Energy: extension of Electric and Magnetic Fields 
        Research and Public Information Dissemination Program (see 
        H.R. 4013) [2AU]
    FERC: extension of deadline for construction of hydroelectric 
        project in Kentucky (see H.R. 2869) [23JA]
    ------extension of deadline for construction of hydroelectric 
        project in New York (see H.R. 4177) [25SE]
    Free enterprise: provide for retail competition among suppliers 
        (see H.R. 4297) [28SE]
    Power resources: privatize the Federal Power Marketing 
        Administration and certain TVA facilities (see H.R. 3878) 
        [23JY]
    ------provide moratorium on retail wheeling of electric energy 
        relative to transboundary pollution (see H.R. 4316) [28SE]
    Public lands: right-of-way fees and liability standards affecting 
        rural electric cooperatives and other lessees (see H.R. 3377) 
        [1MY]
    Public utilities: establish a commission to minimize the 
        environmental impacts associated with electric utility 
        restructuring (see H.R. 3172) [27MR]
    ------provide for competition in electric power industry (see H.R. 
        2929, 3782, 3790) [1FE] [11JY]
    ------revision of the regulatory policies governing public utility 
        holding companies (see H.R. 3601) [6JN]
    Taxation: treatment of Federal employees at a hydroelectric 
        facility located on the Columbia River (see H.R. 3163) [26MR]
  Reports filed
    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in Illinois: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2630) 
        (H. Rept. 104-508) [28MR]
    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in Kentucky: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2501) 
        (H. Rept. 104-507) [28MR]
    ------Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2869) (H. Rept. 104-512) 
        [28MR]

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    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in North Carolina: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        2773) (H. Rept. 104-510) [28MR]
    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in Ohio: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2816) (H. 
        Rept. 104-511) [28MR]
    FERC Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric 
        Project in Pennsylvania: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        2695) (H. Rept. 104-509) [28MR]

ELECTRONIC FUND TRANSFER ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Consumers: imposition of additional fees for use of certain 
        automatic teller machines utilizing a national or regional 
        network (see H.R. 3221, 3246) [29MR] [15AP]

ELECTRONICS
  Bills and resolutions
    Computers: use, sale, and export of encryption products for 
        privacy and security (see H.R. 3011) [5MR]
    Crime: prohibit certain uses of computers in the furtherance of 
        crimes (see H.R. 4095) [17SE]
    Food stamps: exempt States from certain regulatory requirements 
        relative to electronic distribution of benefits (see H.R. 
        3697) [20JN]
    OMB: establish electronic data reporting standards (see H.R. 3869) 
        [23JY]
    Public opinion polls: require certain disclosures and reports 
        relative to polling by telephone or electronic device (see 
        H.R. 4267) [27SE]
    Schools: maximize use of available technology (see H.R. 4180) 
        [25SE]
    Social Security: exempt States from certain regulatory 
        requirements relative to electronic distribution of benefits 
        (see H.R. 4089) [17SE]
    Taxation: treatment of computer software (see H.R. 4169) [25SE]
    Technology: competitiveness of the electronic inter-connections 
        industry (see H. Res. 537) [25SE]

EMERGENCY COMMISSION TO END THE TRADE DEFICIT
  Bills and resolutions
    Establish (see H.R. 3987) [2AU]

EMERGENCY FOOD ASSISTANCE ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Commodities: purchase of commodities using State funds (see H.R. 
        3978) [2AU]

EMERSON, BILL (a Representative from Missouri)
  Appointments
    British-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [29MR]
    Conferee: H.R. 2854, Agricultural Market Transition Act [14MR]

EMERSON, BILL (a former Representative from Missouri)
  Appointments
    Attendees of Funeral [26JN]

EMIGRATION
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign policy: provide remedy for inadequate trade benefits to 
        the U.S. and restrictions on free emigration from other 
        countries (see H.R. 4289) [28SE]
  Messages
    Mongolian Emigration Laws and Policies: President Clinton [5SE]
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for Bulgaria Relative to Compliance 
        With International Emigration Policies: President Clinton 
        [30JA] [17JY]
    Most-Favored-Nation Status for Romania Relative to Compliance With 
        International Emigration Policies: President Clinton [3JA]

EMPLOYEE COMMUTING FLEXIBILITY ACT
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 3448, Small Business Job Protection Act [26JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (H.R. 1227): consideration (see H. Res. 440) [21MY]
    Government: provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (H.R. 3448), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 503) [1AU]
  Conference reports
    Small Business Job Protection Act (H.R. 3448) [1AU]
  Motions
    Government: provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (H.R. 3448) 
        [26JY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3448, Small Business 
        Job Protection Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 503) 
        (H. Rept. 104-739) [1AU]
    Consideration of H.R. 1227, Provisions: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 440) (H. Rept. 104-590) [21MY]
    Provisions: Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities 
        (House) (H.R. 1227) (H. Rept. 104-585) [20MY]
    Small Business Job Protection Act: Committee of Conference (H.R. 
        3448) (H. Rept. 104-737) [1AU]

EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT INCOME SECURITY ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Dept. of Labor: issuance of guidelines relative to ERISA and 
        insurance company general accounts (see H.R. 3114) [19MR]
    Employment: provide for retirement savings and security (see H.R. 
        3520, 3708) [23MY] [25JN]
    Pensions: amend rules governing litigation relative to retiree 
        health benefits (see H.R. 4237) [27SE]
    ------promote availability of private pensions (see H.R. 4005) 
        [2AU]
    Retiree benefits: extend continuation of coverage of certain 
        health benefits (see H.R. 4162) [24SE]
    Taxation: modify the application of pension nondiscrimination 
        rules to governmental plans (see H.R. 4099) [17SE]
  Reports filed
    National Policy To Provide Health Care and Reform Insurance 
        Procedures: Committee on Economic and Educational 
        Opportunities (House) (H.R. 995) (H. Rept. 104-498) [25MR]

EMPLOYMENT
related term(s) Unemployment
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 2202, Immigration in the National Interest Act 
        [11SE]
    ------H.R. 3448, Small Business Job Protection Act [26JY]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    AID: provide voluntary separation incentives to reduce employment 
        levels (see H.R. 3870) [23JY]
    Airlines and airports: provide protection for airline employees 
        who provide certain air safety information (see H.R. 3187) 
        [28MR]
    Airport security personnel: standards (see H.R. 4205) [26SE]
    Aviation: preemployment review of prospective pilot records (see 
        H.R. 3536) [29MY]
    Business and industry: discourage relocation to foreign countries 
        and encourage creation of new jobs (see H.R. 3252) [16AP]
    ------ensure economic equity for women (see H.R. 3857) [18JY]
    ------establish a commission to study employment and economic 
        insecurity (see H.R. 3353) [30AP]
    ------pay equity and labor protection for contingent workers (see 
        H.R. 3657) [13JN]
    ------prohibit employment discrimination relative to participation 
        in labor organization activities (see H.R. 3763) [9JY]
    ------provide leave for employees relative to adopted or foster 
        children (see H.R. 3681) [19JN]
    ------provide unemployment insurance and leave time to battered 
        women (see H.R. 3837) [17JY]
    ------require employers to notify workers of reductions in 
        business operations (see H.R. 3369) [30AP]
    ------treatment of temporary and part-time workers (see H.R. 3682) 
        [19JN]
    California: promote balance between natural resources, economic 
        development and job retention (see H.R. 4032) [5SE]
    Children and youth: consolidate and expand Federal child care 
        programs (see H.R. 3860) [18JY]
    ------deny foreign aid to countries refusing to enforce labor laws 
        (see H.R. 3294) [23AP]
    ------establish child retirement accounts (see H.R. 4253) [27SE]
    Civil liberties: religious accommodations in the workplace (see 
        H.R. 4117) [19SE]
    Civil rights: prohibit discrimination in the payment of wages 
        based on sex, race, or national origin (see H.R. 3784) [11JY]
    ------use of involuntary arbitration relative to discrimination in 
        the payment of wages based on sex, race, age, religion, 
        disability, or national origin (see H.R. 3748) [27JN]
    Clean Air Act: provide regulatory relief and preserve jobs (see 
        H.R. 3446) [10MY]
    Clothing industry: legal accountability for sweatshop conditions 
        (see H.R. 4166) [25SE]
    Collective bargaining: permit additional remedies in certain 
        unfair labor practice cases (see H.R. 3764) [9JY]
    Commission on the Advancement of Women in the Science and 
        Engineering Work Forces: establish (see H.R. 3726) [26JN]
    Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House): provide 
        authority to obtain testimony to investigate the dismissal of 
        White House Travel Office personnel (see H. Res. 369) [29FE]
    Congressional Office of Compliance: approval of final regulations 
        relative to employing offices and employees of the House of 
        Representatives (see H. Res. 504; H. Con. Res. 207) [1AU]
    Consumers: labeling system for apparel and sporting goods made 
        without child labor (see H.R. 4125) [19SE]
    Contracts: prohibit discrimination in awarding Federal contracts 
        on the basis of labor policies (see H.R. 3095) [14MR]
    ------require wages paid under a Federal contract be above local 
        poverty line (see H.R. 3229, 3463) [29MR] [15MY]
    Correctional institutions: prevent services performed by inmates 
        from being treated as employment (see H.R. 3858) [18JY]
    ------use of Federal prison labor by nonprofit entities (see H.R. 
        3776) [10JY]
    Crime: penalties for fraud and related activity involving work 
        authorization documents relative to Social Security cards (see 
        H.R. 3724) [26JN]
    Dept. of Defense: prohibit sale in commissary or exchange stores 
        of imported items not produced under minimum labor standards 
        (see H.R. 3843) [17JY]
    ------provide compensation to certain Vietnamese who were employed 
        during the Vietnamese Conflict (see H.R. 3668) [18JN]
    ------technical corrections relative to certain educational 
        assistance authority (see H.R. 4282) [28SE]
    Dept. of HHS: employment opportunities for women scientists (see 
        H.R. 3791) [11JY]
    Dept. of Labor: protect employer rights (see H.R. 3211) [29MR]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: compliance with veterans' preference 
        requirements (see H.R. 3594) [6JN]
    Disabled: safety-sensitive functions relative to individuals that 
        abuse controlled substances (see H.R. 4017) [2AU]
    District of Columbia: treatment of employees relative to 
        participation in political campaigns (see H.R. 3918) [30JY]
    ------treatment of pension funds relative to certain public 
        employees (see H.R. 3389) [2MY]
    ------waive reduction for early retirement to assist in workforce 
        downsizing efforts (see H.R. 3336) [25AP]
    Education: improve quality of technical education in manufacturing 
        and vocational technologies (see H.R. 3191) [28MR]
    EEOC: provide funding and remedies for certain instances of sexual 
        harassment (see H.R. 3646) [13JN]
    ERISA: amend rules governing litigation relative to retiree health 
        benefits (see H.R. 4237) [27SE]
    ------extend continuation of coverage of certain retiree health 
        benefits (see H.R. 4162) [24SE]
    FAA: compliance with veterans' preference requirements during 
        reductions in force (see H.R. 3593) [6JN]

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    Fair Labor Standards Act: disregard additional payments for 
        calculation of overtime compensation (see H.R. 3087) [14MR]
    ------provide an exemption of overtime compensation for employees 
        of contractors of the Federal Government (see H.R. 3094) 
        [14MR]
    Families and domestic relations: enhance work opportunities for 
        families, reduce teenage pregnancies, reduce welfare 
        dependence, and control welfare spending (see H.R. 3266) 
        [17AP]
    Family and Medical Leave Act: employer requirements (see H.R. 
        3296) [23AP]
    ------expand coverage and allow leave for parental involvement in 
        educational and extracurricular activities (see H.R. 3704) 
        [24JN]
    Federal aid programs: ensure economic self-sufficiency for 
        participants in adult training programs (see H.R. 3616) [11JN]
    ------provide adjustment assistance to workers displaced because 
        of any Federal program, project, or activity (see H.R. 4292) 
        [28SE]
    ------provide training assistance to individuals employed in an 
        economically depressed industry and area (see H.R. 3403) [7MY]
    Federal contracts: require employers to provide health and pension 
        plans (see H.R. 3528) [23MY]
    Federal employees: amend civil service laws (see H.R. 3841) [17JY]
    ------appeals process relative to workers' compensation claims 
        (see H.R. 3205) [29MR]
    ------establish demonstration project to assess feasibility of 
        temporary placement of displaced workers in other Federal or 
        private employment (see H.R. 3649) [13JN]
    ------pension eligibility of former spouses who remarry (see H.R. 
        3574) [4JN]
    ------provide voluntary separation incentives to reduce employment 
        levels (see H.R. 3532) [23MY]
    ------reduce administrative costs and improve services relative to 
        relocation allowances (see H.R. 3637) [13JN]
    ------relief of certain former spouses (see H.R. 3428) [9MY]
    ------selection of certain physicians to provide medical opinions 
        relative to workers' compensation claims (see H.R. 3204) 
        [29MR]
    ------treatment of medical opinions relative to workers' 
        compensation claims (see H.R. 3203) [29MR]
    ------treatment of survivor annuities for children relative to 
        marriage (see H.R. 2858) [5JA]
    Fish and fishing: authorize certain disaster assistance to 
        commercial fishermen through State and local governments and 
        nonprofit organizations (see H.R. 2956) [1FE]
    Foreign trade: impose certain sanctions on countries that use 
        child labor (see H.R. 3812, 4037) [12JY] [5SE]
    ------require President to certify agreements relative to 
        protection of worker rights and environmental standards (see 
        H.R. 4014) [2AU]
    Government: provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (see H.R. 3448) 
        [14MY]
    ------provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (H.R. 3448), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 440) [21MY]
    ------provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (H.R. 3448), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 503) [1AU]
    Health: assure continued health insurance coverage of retired 
        workers (see H.R. 4052) [11SE]
    ------limitations on disclosure and use of genetic information 
        (see H.R. 3477, 3482) [16MY]
    ------national policy to provide health care and reform insurance 
        procedures (see H.R. 3185) [28MR]
    ------prohibit certain clauses and programs in health care 
        insurance and employment contracts (see H.R. 3222) [29MR]
    ------prohibit certain clauses in health plans that indemnify the 
        insurer against liability (see H.R. 3695) [20JN]
    ------require health plans to provide coverage for a minimum 
        hospital stay for mothers and newborn infants following birth 
        (see H.R. 3101, 3226, 3425, 3436) [14MR] [29MR] [9MY] [10MY]
    Health care professionals: provide limited overtime exemption for 
        emergency medical services personnel (see H.R. 3212) [29MR]
    Homeless: reintegration assistance for veterans (see H.R. 3611) 
        [11JN]
    House of Representatives: enactment of certain legislation (see 
        H.R. 3136) [21MR]
    ------enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 3136), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 391) [27MR]
    ------enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 3136), waiving 
        enrollment requirements (see H.J. Res. 168) [26MR]
    Immigration: admission policies reform, treatment of criminal 
        aliens, alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and 
        border security (H.R. 2202), consideration (see H. Res. 384) 
        [14MR]
    ------admission policies reform, treatment of criminal aliens, 
        alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and border 
        security (H.R. 2202), consideration of conference report (see 
        H. Res. 528) [24SE]
    Income: determination of tip credits relative to State and local 
        government laws (see H.R. 4031) [5SE]
    ------enhance and protect retirement savings (see H.R. 4321) 
        [28SE]
    ------payment of wages to individuals who use employer-owned 
        vehicles (H.R. 1227), consideration (see H. Res. 440) [21MY]
    ------provide compensatory time for all employees (H.R. 2391), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 488) [24JY]
    ------provide for retirement savings and security (see H.R. 3520, 
        3708) [23MY] [25JN]
    ------use of salary base to exempt employees from certain wage 
        requirements (see H.R. 4266) [27SE]
    Insurance: establish a minimum amount that may be applied as an 
        aggregate lifetime limit relative to coverage under certain 
        health benefit plans (see H.R. 3030) [6MR]
    Job Corps: ensure a drug-free, safe, and cost effective program 
        (see H.R. 3169) [27MR]
    Labor unions: ensure that employees paying mandatory dues may 
        object to the use of their dues for noncollective-bargaining 
        activities (see H.R. 3580) [5JN]
    Law enforcement: overtime requirements of certain employees 
        working at police training facilities (see H.R. 4172) [25SE]
    Law enforcement officers: establish a national clearinghouse to 
        assist in background checks of law enforcement applicants (see 
        H.R. 3263) [17AP]
    ------funding for the hiring of personnel who perform 
        nonadministrative services (see H.R. 2922) [31JA]
    Legislative branch of the Government: compensation practices and 
        pay equity (see H. Con. Res. 194) [27JN]
    Medicare/Medicaid: use of bankruptcy courts by suppliers and 
        providers to discharge claims and by professionals excluded 
        from health care programs seeking automatic stays from 
        exclusion (see H.R. 4219) [26SE]
    Minimum wage: level (see H.R. 3265, 3383, 3481) [17AP] [1MY] 
        [16MY]
    NAFTA: assess impact, renegotiate certain provisions, and review 
        World Trade Organization dispute settlement reports (see H.R. 
        3314) [24AP]
    ------extension of Presidential fast-track negotiating authority 
        relative to creation of a Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Area (see 
        H. Res. 547) [27SE]
    ------U.S. participation in Coordinating Secretariat (see H.R. 
        3075) [13MR]
    National Infrastructure Development Corp.: establish (see H.R. 
        3162, 3168) [26MR] [27MR]
    New Borns' and Mothers' Health Protection Act: implementation (see 
        H.R. 4135) [24SE]
    NLRB: allow individuals against whom injunctive relief is sought 
        an opportunity to review and respond to legal memoranda and 
        documents (see H.R. 3091) [14MR]
    ------resolution of unfair labor practice complaints in a timely 
        manner (see H.R. 4247) [27SE]
    Occupational Safety and Health Act: amend (see H.R. 3234) [15AP]
    ------establish peer review of standards (see H.R. 4178) [25SE]
    OPM: require annual reports to Congress on changes to Federal 
        retiree health benefits (see H.R. 3462) [15MY]
    Pennsylvania: modification of State agreement under Social 
        Security relative to certain students (see H.R. 3450) [14MY]
    Pensions: prohibit certain transaction rules relative to 401(k) 
        pension plans (see H.R. 3688) [20JN]
    ------promote availability of private pensions (see H.R. 4005) 
        [2AU]
    Political campaigns: prohibit use of labor organization dues and 
        fees for political activities (see H.R. 3683) [19JN]
    Public welfare programs: approval of waivers submitted by Michigan 
        to conduct ``To Strengthen Michigan Families'' project (see 
        H.R. 3732) [27JN]
    ------approval of waivers submitted by Wisconsin to conduct 
        ``Wisconsin Works'' project (see H.R. 3562) [4JN]
    ------approval of waivers submitted by Wisconsin to conduct 
        ``Wisconsin Works'' project (H.R. 3562), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 446) [5JN]
    ------ensure States have sufficient funds to assure effectiveness 
        of work requirements of certain programs (see H.R. 3999) [2AU]
    ------reform (see H.R. 2915, 3507, 3612, 3734, 3829, 3832) [31JA] 
        [22MY] [11JN] [27JN] [17JY]
    ------reform (H.R. 2915), consideration (see H. Res. 425) [6MY]
    ------reform (H.R. 3734), consideration (see H. Res. 482) [17JY]
    ------reform (H.R. 3734), consideration of conference report (see 
        H. Res. 492, 495) [30JY] [31JY]
    ------reform relative to domestic violence (see H. Con. Res. 195) 
        [27JN]
    ------reform unemployment benefit system (see H.R. 3738) [27JN]
    Public works: national program to create jobs and restore 
        infrastructure (see H.R. 3469) [16MY]
    Railroads: hours of service of employees (see H.R. 3413) [8MY]
    Retraining: extend time period for filing of trade adjustment 
        assistance petitions (see H.R. 3271) [18AP]
    SBA: reauthorize women's business training program (see H.R. 3990) 
        [2AU]
    Small business: establish labor and tax provisions (see H.R. 4252) 
        [27SE]
    ------provide development assistance to economically disadvantaged 
        individuals (see H.R. 3994) [2AU]
    Social Security: allow diversion of percentage of payroll tax 
        payments into personal investment plans (see H.R. 2953) [1FE]
    ------treatment of widow's or widower's insurance benefits 
        relative to delayed retirement (see H.R. 3359) [30AP]
    States: enforcement of veterans' reemployment rights (see H.R. 
        3538) [29MY]
    Taxation: allow small businesses credit for family and medical 
        leave and for wages of employees who work at home to reduce 
        child care needs (see H.R. 3836) [17JY]
    ------apply denial of deduction for excessive employee 
        compensation to all employees (see H.R. 4124) [19SE]
    ------contribution limits for certain pension plans (see H.R. 
        3209) [29MR]
    ------credits for employers for costs incurred to combat violence 
        against women (see H.R. 3584) [5JN]
    ------credits for health insurance premiums of employees without 
        employer-provided health coverage (see H.R. 4176) [25SE]
    ------dependent care tax credit (see H.R. 4154) [24SE]
    ------eliminate State requirement to pay unemployment compensation 
        on election worker services (see H.R. 3430) [9MY]
    ------employer credits for expenses of providing dependent care 
        services to employees (see H.R. 2985) [28FE]
    ------increase contributions for defined pension plans (see H.R. 
        3965) [2AU]
    ------modify the application of pension nondiscrimination rules to 
        governmental plans (see H.R. 4099) [17SE]

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    ------provide incentives for investment in renewal communities 
        (see H.R. 3467) [16MY]
    ------reduce certain benefits allowable to profitable, large 
        corporations that make workforce reductions (see H.R. 3333) 
        [25AP]
    ------reduce Social Security taxation rates and corresponding old-
        age insurance benefits, and provide for individual Social 
        Security retirement accounts (see H.R. 2952) [1FE]
    ------repeal the withholding of income taxes and require 
        individuals to pay estimated taxes on a monthly basis (see 
        H.R. 3343) [25AP]
    ------require income tax instructions provide explanation of laws 
        relative to a balanced budget (see H.R. 2884) [25JA]
    ------State establishment of health insurance systems for 
        temporarily unemployed individuals (see H.R. 3092) [14MR]
    ------treatment of certain capital gains deposited in individual 
        retirement accounts (see H.R. 3550) [29MY]
    ------treatment of elected tax collectors (see H.R. 4301) [28SE]
    ------treatment of empowerment zones and enterprise communities 
        (see H.R. 3241) [15AP]
    ------treatment of health coverage for certain workers who leave 
        employment (see H.R. 3342) [25AP]
    ------treatment of income of certain election officials and 
        workers (see H.R. 3306, 3451) [24AP] [14MY]
    ------treatment of individual training accounts (see H.R. 3157) 
        [22MR]
    ------treatment of legal expenses relative to sexual harassment 
        suits (see H.R. 3530) [23MY]
    ------treatment of severance payments (see H.R. 2999) [29FE]
    ------treatment of unemployment tax relative to entertainment 
        industry (see H.R. 3677) [19JN]
    ------treatment of veterans' reemployment rights (see H.R. 3104) 
        [18MR]
    ------treatment of worker retraining expenditures (see H.R. 2998) 
        [29FE]
    ------use of individual retirement accounts for post-secondary 
        education or job retraining expenses (see H.R. 4334) [30SE]
    Treaties and agreements: negotiation of environmental, labor and 
        agricultural standards relative to trade agreements in Western 
        Hemisphere (see H.R. 4291) [28SE]
    Trucking industry: alcohol and drug testing of operators 
        transporting agricultural commodities and properties for small 
        local governments (see H.R. 3182) [28MR]
    Unemployment: emergency compensation (see H.R. 4263) [27SE]
    Veterans: allow enrollment at certain branches or extensions of 
        institutions of higher learning (see H.R. 2851) [5JA]
    ------eligibility for training and rehabilitation assistance and 
        transfer of certain educational assistance authority (see H.R. 
        3674) [19JN]
    ------make permanent alternative teacher certification programs 
        (see H.R. 2868) [23JA]
    ------strengthen veterans' preference and increase employment 
        opportunities (see H.R. 3586, 3938) [5JN] [1AU]
    Volunteer workers: allow State and local government workers to 
        perform volunteer services for their employer without 
        requiring overtime pay (see H.R. 3054) [7MR]
    Water: adjust the maximum hour exemption for water delivery 
        company employees (see H.R. 3326) [25AP]
    White House Travel Office: relief of individuals terminated from 
        employment (see H.R. 2894, 2937) [25JA] [1FE]
    Women: comprehensive pension protection (see H.R. 4204) [26SE]
    ------treatment of pensions relative to spouses and former spouses 
        (see H.R. 3510, 3511) [22MY]
  Conference reports
    Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act (H.R. 
        2202) [24SE]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation 
        (H.R. 3734) [30JY]
    Small Business Job Protection Act (H.R. 3448) [1AU]
    Workforce and Career Development Act (H.R. 1617) [25JY]
  Messages
    Family Friendly Workplace Act: President Clinton [27SE]
    Federal Labor Relations Authority Report: President Clinton [27SE]
    Retirement Savings and Security Act: President Clinton [23MY]
    Veto of H.R. 4, Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act: 
        President Clinton [22JA]
    Veto of H.R. 743, Teamwork for Employees and Managers Act: 
        President Clinton [30JY]
  Motions
    Government: allow members of employee associations to represent 
        their views before the Government (H.R. 782) [1AU]
    ------provide tax relief for small businesses, protect jobs, 
        increase net pay, and create job opportunities (H.R. 3448) 
        [26JY]
    House of Representatives: enactment of certain legislation (H.R. 
        3136) [28MR]
    Immigration: admission policies reform, treatment of criminal 
        aliens, alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and 
        border security (H.R. 2202) [21MR] [11SE]
    ------admission policies reform, treatment of criminal aliens, 
        alien smuggling, documentation requirements, and border 
        security (H.R. 2202), conference report [25SE]
    Public welfare programs: reform (H.R. 3734) [18JY] [24JY]
  Reports filed
    Airline Pilot Hiring and Safety Act: Committee on Transportation 
        (House) (H.R. 3536) (H. Rept. 104-684) [17JY]
    Civil Service Law Amendments: Committee on Government Reform and 
        Oversight (House) (H.R. 3841) (H. Rept. 104-831) [24SE]
    Clarify Exemption of Houseparents From Minimum Wage and Maximum 
        Hour Requirements: Committee on Economic and Educational 
        Opportunities (House) (H.R. 2531) (H. Rept. 104-592) [23MY]
    Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) Authority To 
        Obtain Testimony To Investigate the Dismissal of White House 
        Travel Office Personnel: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        369) (H. Rept. 104-472) [6MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2202, Illegal 
        Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 528) (H. Rept. 104-829) [24SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3448, Small Business 
        Job Protection Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 503) 
        (H. Rept. 104-739) [1AU]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3734, Public Welfare 
        Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 492) (H. Rept. 104-720) [30JY], (H. 
        Res. 495) (H. Rept. 104-729) [31JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 1227, Employee Commuting Flexibility Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 440) (H. Rept. 104-590) 
        [21MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 2202, Illegal Immigration Reform and 
        Immigrant Responsibility Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 384) (H. Rept. 104-483) [14MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 2391, Working Families Flexibility Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 488) (H. Rept. 104-704) 
        [24JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3136, Contract With America Advancement Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 391) (H. Rept. 104-500) 
        [27MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3448, Small Business Job Protection Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 440) (H. Rept. 104-590) 
        [21MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3562, Approval of Waivers Submitted by 
        Wisconsin To Conduct ``Wisconsin Works'' Welfare Reform 
        Project: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 446) (H. Rept. 
        104-604) [5JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3734, Public Welfare Programs Reform 
        Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 482) (H. Rept. 104-686) [17JY]
    Employee Commuting Flexibility Act: Committee on Economic and 
        Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 1227) (H. Rept. 104-
        585) [20MY]
    Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 2202) (H. Rept. 104-828) [24SE]
    ------Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2202) (H. Rept. 104-
        469) [8MR] [21MR]
    ------Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 
        2202) (H. Rept. 104-469) [7MR]
    ------Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2202) (H. Rept. 
        104-469) [4MR]
    National Policy To Provide Health Care and Reform Insurance 
        Procedures: Committee on Economic and Educational 
        Opportunities (House) (H.R. 995) (H. Rept. 104-498) [25MR]
    Provide Compensatory Time for All Employees: Committee on Economic 
        and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 2391) (H. Rept. 
        104-670) [11JY]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-725) [30JY]
    ------Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-
        651) [27JN]
    Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act Amendments: Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 2594) (H. 
        Rept. 104-525) [18AP]
    Relief of Individuals Terminated From White House Travel Office: 
        Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2937) (H. Rept. 104-
        484) [18MR]
    Small Business Job Protection Act: Committee of Conference (H.R. 
        3448) (H. Rept. 104-737) [1AU]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3448) (H. Rept. 
        104-586) [20MY]
    Strengthen Veterans' Preference and Increase Employment 
        Opportunities: Committee on Government Reform and Oversight 
        (House) (H.R. 3586) (H. Rept. 104-675) [12JY]
    Veterans Eligibility for Training and Rehabilitation Assistance 
        and Transfer of Certain Educational Assistance Authority: 
        Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3674) (H. Rept. 
        104-650) [27JN]
    White House Travel Office Proceedings Against John M. Quinn, David 
        Watkins, and Matthew Moore: Committee on Government Reform and 
        Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-598) [29MY]
    Workforce and Career Development Act: Committee of Conference 
        (H.R. 1617) (H. Rept. 104-707) [25JY]

ENDANGERED SPECIES
  Bills and resolutions
    Atlantic Striped Bass Conservation Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 
        4139) [24SE]
    Ecology and environment: increase penalties and strengthen 
        enforcement relative to environmental crimes (see H.R. 4218) 
        [26SE]
    Endangered Species Act: reauthorize (H.R. 2275), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 466) [26JN]
    Private property: protect rights relative to economic losses from 
        critical habitat designations (see H.R. 3862) [22JY]
    Taxation: incentives for endangered species conservation (see H.R. 
        3811) [12JY]
  Reports filed
    Endangered Species Act Reauthorization: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 2275) (H. Rept. 104-778) [9SE]

ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Endangered species: protect private property rights relative to 
        economic losses from critical habitat designations (see H.R. 
        3862) [22JY]
    Reauthorization (H.R. 2275): consideration (see H. Res. 466) 
        [26JN]
  Reports filed
    Reauthorization: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2275) (H. 
        Rept. 104-778) [9SE]

ENERGY
see Power Resources

ENERGY POLICY AND CONSERVATION ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Conservation of energy: extend certain programs (see H.R. 3670, 
        3868, 4083) [18JN] [23JY] [17SE]

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  Reports filed
    Programs Extension: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3868) (H. 
        Rept. 104-712) [26JY]
    ------Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 4083) (H. Rept. 104-814) 
        [20SE]

ENGEL, ELIOT L. (a Representative from New York)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Education: allow local jurisdictions flexibility in use of certain 
        funds (see H.R. 3135) [21MR]
    International Fund for Ireland: require certain entities receiving 
        U.S. funds to comply with the MacBride Principles (see H.R. 
        3621) [12JN]
    Kosovo: human rights violations (see H. Con. Res. 155) [27MR]
    Lebanon: withdrawal of Syrian military (see H. Con. Res. 190) 
        [19JN]
    Poland: condemn construction of shopping center within 
        internationally protected zone around the Auschwitz death camp 
        (see H. Res. 398) [29MR]

ENGINEERING
  Bills and resolutions
    Coast Guard: cost estimate for the engineering, design and 
        retrofitting of the icebreaker Mackinaw (see H.R. 4081) [17SE]
    Commission on the Advancement of Women in the Science and 
        Engineering Work Forces: establish (see H.R. 3726) [26JN]
  Messages
    NSF Report: President Clinton [22MY]
    Science and Engineering Indicators--1996: President Clinton [15MY]

ENGLAND
see United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

ENGLISH, PHIL (a Representative from Pennsylvania)
  Appointments
    Committee To Escort Irish Prime Minister John Bruton Into the 
        House Chamber [11SE]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: authorize VA medical centers to retain 
        funds collected for health services provision (see H.R. 2913) 
        [31JA]
    Elections: constitutional amendment to regulate campaign 
        expenditures and contribution limits (see H.J. Res. 172) 
        [18AP]
    Employment: extend time period for filing of trade adjustment 
        assistance petitions (see H.R. 3271) [18AP]
    Public welfare programs: reform unemployment benefit system (see 
        H.R. 3738) [27JN]
    Rental housing: prohibit Federal assistance to owners whose 
        tenants are family members (see H.R. 3963) [2AU]
    Senior citizens: improvements relative to financial security (see 
        H.R. 3125) [20MR]
    Social Security: exempt States from certain regulatory 
        requirements relative to electronic distribution of benefits 
        (see H.R. 4089) [17SE]
    ------use of current level disability benefits for blind 
        individuals in certain earnings test disability determinations 
        (see H.R. 4091) [17SE]
    Taxation: application of retail tax relative to certain heavy duty 
        trucks and trailers (see H.R. 4090) [17SE]
    ------suspension of tax on ozone-depleting chemicals used as 
        propellants in metered-dose inhalers (see H.R. 3416) [8MY]
    ------treatment of beer (see H.R. 3817) [16JY]
    ------treatment of depreciable business assets (see H.R. 3124) 
        [20MR]
    ------treatment of income relative to cash method of accounting 
        (see H.R. 3126) [20MR]
    ------treatment of unemployment tax relative to entertainment 
        industry (see H.R. 3677) [19JN]

ENGLISH LANGUAGE EMPOWERMENT ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (H.R. 123): consideration (see H. Res. 499) [31JY]
  Motions
    Enact (H.R. 123) [1AU]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 123, Provisions: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 499) (H. Rept. 104-734) [31JY]
    Provisions: Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities 
        (House) (H.R. 123) (H. Rept. 104-723) [30JY]

ENSIGN, JOHN (a Representative from Nevada)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Correctional institutions: use of Federal prison labor by 
        nonprofit entities (see H.R. 3776) [10JY]
    Nevada: disposal and acquisition of certain lands (see H.R. 3127) 
        [20MR]
    Social Security: provide enrollment period for Medicare and 
        medigap relative to certain military retirees and dependents 
        (see H.R. 4298) [28SE]
    Taxation: treatment of certain accounts involved in the 
        acquisition of gold, silver, platinum, or palladium bullion 
        (see H.R. 3047) [7MR]

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPROVEMENT TIMBER CONTRACT EXTENSION ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (see H.R. 3659) [13JN]

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 3666, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and 
        sundry independent agencies appropriations [11SE]
    ------S. 1316, Safe Drinking Water Act amendments [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Air pollution: regulatory requirements relative to upwind 
        nonattainment areas (see H.R. 4339) [3OC]
    Ammonia: revise water quality criteria (see H.R. 4107) [18SE]
    CERCLA: eligibility for Federal assistance relative to development 
        of brownfield sites (see H.R. 3746) [27JN]
    ------establish loan program for cleanup of brownfield sites (see 
        H.R. 3214) [29MR]
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry independent 
        agencies: making appropriations (see H.R. 3666) [18JN]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3666), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 456) [19JN]
    Ecology and environment: increase penalties and strengthen 
        enforcement relative to environmental crimes (see H.R. 4218) 
        [26SE]
    Federal Water Pollution Control Act: amend (see H.R. 3639) [13JN]
    Long Island Sound: prohibit dumping of dredged material (see H.R. 
        3213) [29MR]
    Maine: refund individual expenses relative to certain EPA 
        automobile inspection and maintenance requirements (see H.R. 
        3824) [16JY]
    Office of Noise Abatement and Control: reestablish (see H.R. 4308) 
        [28SE]
    Petroleum: regulation of above-ground storage tanks (see H.R. 
        3283) [22AP]
    Refuse disposal: funding for construction, operation, and 
        maintenance of dredged material disposal facilities (see H.R. 
        3113) [19MR]
    ------funding for dredged material disposal relative to wetlands 
        (see H.R. 3152) [22MR]
    Safe Drinking Water Act: amend (see H.R. 3038, 3604) [6MR] [10JN]
    ------amend (S. 1316), consideration of conference report (see H. 
        Res. 507) [1AU]
    Science: authorizing appropriations for Federal civilian science 
        activities (see H.R. 3322) [25AP]
    ------authorizing appropriations for Federal civilian science 
        activities (H.R. 3322), consideration (see H. Res. 427) [7MY]
    States: distribution of funds for cooperative agreements relative 
        to underground storage tanks (see H.R. 3391) [2MY]
    Water: sediments decontamination technology (see H.R. 3112) [19MR]
    Water pollution: disposal of contaminated dredged materials in 
        Port of New York-New Jersey (see H.R. 4317) [28SE]
    Waterways: disposal of contaminated sediments (see H.R. 3170) 
        [27MR]
  Conference reports
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Independent 
        Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 3666) [20SE]
    Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments (S. 1316) [1AU]
  Motions
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry independent 
        agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 3666) [26JN] [11SE]
    Safe Drinking Water Act: amend (S. 1316) [17JY] [18JY]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 1316, Safe Drinking Water 
        Act Amendments: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 507) (H. 
        Rept. 104-743) [1AU]
    Consideration of H.R. 3322, Federal Civilian Science Activities 
        Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 427) (H. 
        Rept. 104-565) [7MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3666, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, 
        and Sundry Independent Agencies Appropriations: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 456) (H. Rept. 104-630) [19JN]
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Independent 
        Agencies Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3666) 
        (H. Rept. 104-812) [20SE]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3666) (H. Rept. 
        104-628) [18JN]
    Distribution of EPA Funds to States for Cooperative Agreements 
        Relative to Underground Storage Tanks: Committee on Commerce 
        (House) (H.R. 3391) (H. Rept. 104-822) [24SE]
    EPA State Grants To Finance the Construction or Improvement of 
        Water Supply Systems: Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 2747) (H. Rept. 104-515) [29MR]
    Federal Civilian Science Activities Appropriations: Committee on 
        Science (House) (H.R. 3322) (H. Rept. 104-550) [1MY]
    Land Disposal Program Flexibility Act: Committee on Commerce 
        (House) (H.R. 2036) (H. Rept. 104-454) [30JA]
    Mercury-Containing and Rechargeable Battery Management Act: 
        Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2024) (H. Rept. 104-530) 
        [23AP]
    Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments: Committee of Conference (S. 
        1316) (H. Rept. 104-741) [1AU]

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION
  Bills and resolutions
    Employment: provide funding and remedies for certain instances of 
        sexual harassment (see H.R. 3646) [13JN]

ESHOO, ANNA G. (a Representative from California)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Computers: provide parental control of child access to online 
        services (see H.R. 3089) [14MR]
    Insurance: establish a minimum amount that may be applied as an 
        aggregate lifetime limit relative to coverage under certain 
        health benefit plans (see H.R. 3030) [6MR]
    Taxation: allow companies to donate scientific equipment to 
        schools (see H.R. 3498) [21MY]
    Telephones: prohibit providers of cellular and other mobile radio 
        services from blocking access to 911 emergency services (see 
        H.R. 3181) [28MR]
    U.N.: authorize payment of U.S. arrearages and contributions for 
        U.N. peacekeeping activities (see H. Con. Res. 225) [27SE]

ESKIMOS
see Native Americans

ETHICS
see Morality and Ethics; Political Ethics

ETHNIC GROUPS
related term(s) Minorities
  Bills and resolutions
    Civil rights: prevent law enforcement agencies from detaining 
        individuals on highways solely because of race or color (see 
        H.R. 4092) [17SE]
    ------prohibit discrimination in the payment of wages based on 
        sex, race, or national origin (see H.R. 3784) [11JY]
    ------use of involuntary arbitration relative to discrimination in 
        the payment of wages based on sex, race, age, religion, 
        disability, or national origin (see H.R. 3748) [27JN]
    Families and domestic relations: promote adoption of minority 
        children (H.R. 3286), consideration (see H. Res. 428) [7MY]

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    Government: assure operations are free of racial, sexual, and 
        ethnic discrimination (see H.R. 3190) [28MR]
    Health: modify certain programs relative to minority women (see 
        H.R. 3179) [27MR]
    History: recognition of the heritage of certain areas of the U.S. 
        (see H.R. 3305) [24AP]
    Paperwork Reduction Act: use of term ``multiracial or 
        multiethnic'' on classification lists (see H.R. 3920) [30JY]
    Selma, AL: recognition of Brown Chapel African Methodist Episcopal 
        Church as symbol of the struggle for and achievement of 
        African-American voting rights (see H. Res. 487) [22JY]
  Reports filed
    Adoption Promotion and Stability Act: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 104-542) [30AP]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 
        104-542) [6MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3286, Adoption Promotion and Stability Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 428) (H. Rept. 104-566) 
        [7MY]

EUROPE
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign policy: endorse adoption of European Parliament resolution 
        supporting efforts by the Republic of China at joining the 
        community of nations (see H. Con. Res. 212) [11SE]
    Foreign trade: prohibit meat product imports from the European 
        Union (see H.R. 3050) [7MR]
    NAFTA: extension of Presidential fast-track negotiating authority 
        relative to creation of a Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Area (see 
        H. Res. 547) [27SE]
    NATO: membership of Central and East European countries (see H.R. 
        3564, 4096) [4JN] [17SE]
    Treaties and agreements: commend Governments of Hungary and 
        Romania for signing the Treaty of Understanding, Cooperation 
        and Good Neighborliness (see H. Con. Res. 220) [25SE]
  Messages
    Agreement With Poland Relative to Fisheries: President Clinton 
        [13FE]

EUROPEAN COMMUNITY
see European Union

EUROPEAN UNION
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign policy: endorse adoption of European Parliament resolution 
        supporting efforts by the Republic of China at joining the 
        community of nations (see H. Con. Res. 212) [11SE]
    Foreign trade: prohibit meat product imports from the European 
        Union (see H.R. 3050) [7MR]
    NAFTA: extension of Presidential fast-track negotiating authority 
        relative to creation of a Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Area (see 
        H. Res. 547) [27SE]

EVANS, LANE (a Representative from Illinois)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3230, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        activities and personnel strengths [17JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: extend benefits to certain children of 
        Vietnam veterans born with spina bifida (see H.R. 3927) [31JY]
    ------improve benefits for veterans exposed to ionizing radiation 
        (see H.R. 4173) [25SE]
    Federal employees: military uniform requirements for civilian 
        employees of the National Guard (see H.R. 3311) [24AP]

EVERETT, TERRY (a Representative from Alabama)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    American Battle Monuments Commission: repair and maintenance of 
        war memorials (see H.R. 3248) [16AP]
    Veterans: improve programs and benefits (see H.R. 3373) [1MY]
    ------increase service-connected disability benefits for veterans 
        and survivors (see H.R. 3458) [15MY]

EWING, THOMAS W. (a Representative from Illinois)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 2854, Agricultural Market Transition Act [14MR]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Business and industry: authorize judicial review of agency 
        certifications of the economic impact of regulations on small 
        entities (see H.R. 3048) [7MR]
    Commodity Exchange Act: amend rules relative to certain 
        transactions involving commodities markets (see H.R. 4276) 
        [28SE]
    Education: exempt certain lenders from audit requirements of 
        student loan programs (see H.R. 3002) [4MR]
    Foreign trade: most-favored-nation status for certain nonmarket 
        economy countries (see H.R. 2926) [1FE]
    Hazardous substances: transportation regulations relative to 
        agriculture and small businesses (see H.R. 4102) [18SE]
    Taxation: application of low-income housing credit on housing 
        units assigned to certain single parents (see H.R. 3503) 
        [22MY]
    Trucking industry: alcohol and drug testing of operators 
        transporting agricultural commodities and properties for small 
        local governments (see H.R. 3182) [28MR]

EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS
  Transmittals
    ACDA: report (EC1972) [25JA] (EC2010) [1FE]
    Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts: applications for court 
        orders to permit interception of wire, oral, or electronic 
        communications report (EC2676) [30AP]
    Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations: report 
        (EC2006) [1FE]
    Advisory Council on Historic Preservation: Federal Managers' 
        Financial Integrity Act report (EC2446) [23AP]
    African Development Foundation: Federal Managers' Financial 
        Integrity Act report (EC2065) [20FE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC2241) [13MR]
    AID: audit report (EC3951) [8JY]
    ------Denton Program report (EC5062) [10SE]
    ------Development Assistance Program report (EC2480) [24AP]
    ------Economic Support Fund Program report (EC2479) [24AP] 
        (EC3292) [30MY]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2124) 
        [27FE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2670) [30AP]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3951) [8JY]
    American Battle Monuments Commission: Federal Managers' Financial 
        Integrity Act report (EC1921) [5JA]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2066) [20FE]
    American Chemical Society: report (EC1957) [23JA] (EC3007) [14MY]
    American Legion: internal controls and financial management 
        systems report (EC3168) [23MY]
    ------report (EC2023) [6FE]
    Amtrak: Freedom of Information Act report (EC2218) [8MR]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3954) [8JY]
    ------legislative report and Federal grant request (EC2129) [27FE]
    Appalachian Regional Commission: Federal Managers' Financial 
        Integrity Act report (EC2018) [6FE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3474) [10JN]
    Architect of the Capitol: appropriations expenditures (EC1907) 
        [4JA] (EC3927) [8JY]
    Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board: 
        Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2279) 
        [21MR]
    Armed Forces Retirement Home Board: Federal Managers' Financial 
        Integrity Act report (EC2885) [8MY]
    Assassination Records Review Board: Freedom of Information Act 
        report (EC5037) [10SE]
    BATF: ammunition feeding devices final rule (EC4522) [2AU]
    ------basic permit requirements under the Federal Alcohol 
        Administration Act--nonindustrial use of spirits and wine, 
        bulk sales, and bottling of distilled spirits final rule 
        (EC3282) [30MY]
    ------distilled spirits used in manufacturing final rule (EC3911) 
        [27JN]
    ------explosives commerce final rule (EC4425) [29JY]
    ------firearms and ammunition manufacturers excise taxes final 
        rule (EC4312) [24JY]
    ------liquor final rule (EC3759) [20JN]
    ------materials and process relative to the production of wine and 
        the treatment of juice, wine, and distilling material final 
        rule (EC3094) [20MY]
    ------procedural rules statement (EC3910) [27JN]
    ------removal of restrictions on importation of defense articles 
        and services from Russia final rule (EC2825) [6MY]
    ------technical amendments final rule (EC2954) [10MY]
    ------viticultural area final rule (EC3843) [25JN] (EC3912) [27JN]
    Bonneville Power Administration: Chief Financial Officers Act 
        report (EC2194) [6MR]
    Boy Scouts: report (EC2238) [12MR]
    Bureau of Reclamation: Colorado River Basin Project financial 
        statements report (EC3401, EC3402) [5JN]
    Bureau of the Census: customs entry records final rule (EC4412) 
        [26JY]
    Canada-U.S. Interparliamentary Group: conference report (EC5465) 
        [4OC]
    CBO: sequestration report (EC1942) [23JA] (EC2275) [20MR] (EC4555) 
        [4SE]
    ------technical assumptions to be used in preparing national 
        defense function outlay estimates (EC3614) [17JN]
    CCC: monetization programs report (EC2520) [25AP]
    ------Supplier Credit Guarantee Program final rule (EC3867) [27JN]
    CFTC: electronic media use by commodity pool operators and trading 
        advisors final rule (EC4548) [4SE]
    ------ethics training for registrants final rule (EC2692) [1MY]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2263) [19MR]
    ------publicizing broker association memberships final rule 
        (EC4549) [4SE]
    ------regulation of foreign brokers final rule (EC2691) [1MY]
    Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation: report (EC2149) [4MR]
    CIA: appropriations legislation (EC2960) [10MY]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC4960) [10SE]
    Commission on Civil Rights: Freedom of Information Act report 
        (EC2236) [12MR]
    ------funding Federal civil rights enforcement report (EC2056) 
        [13FE]
    ------legislation (EC3092) [20MY]
    Committee for Purchase From People Who Are Blind or Severely 
        Disabled: Freedom of Information Act report (EC2180) [5MR]
    ------procurement list additions final rule (EC2671) [30AP] 
        (EC3194) [29MY] (EC3242) [30MY] (EC3697) [18JN] (EC3822) 
        [25JN] (EC4058) [10JY] (EC4914) [18JY] (EC4407) [26JY] 
        (EC4518) [2AU] (EC4687, EC4688) [4SE] (EC4961, EC4962, EC4963) 
        [10SE] (EC5413) [2OC]
    Comptroller of the Currency: Community Development Corp. project 
        and other public welfare investments (EC5119) [16SE]
    ------interagency guidelines establishing standards for safety and 
        soundness final rule (EC4578) [4SE]
    ------loans in special flood hazard areas final rule (EC4912) 
        [10SE]
    ------market risk based capital standards final rule (EC4911) 
        [10SE]
    ------sales of credit life insurance final rule (EC5368) [28SE]
    ------streamlining regulatory requirements report (EC5299) [25SE]
    Congressional Medal of Honor Society: financial report (EC4157) 
        [16JY]
    Congressional Office of Compliance: proposed rulemaking notice 
        (EC2201) [6MR] (EC3035) [15MY] (EC3177) [23MY] (EC3512) [10JN]
    Corp. for National and Community Service: Inspector General report 
        (EC3438) [6JN]
    Corp. for Public Broadcasting: Inspector General report (EC3540) 
        [12JN]
    Court of Federal Claims: report (EC1929) [5JA]
    Court of Veterans Appeals: actuarial report (EC5247) [23SE]

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    CPSC: Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2008) 
        [1FE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2242) [13MR]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3394) [5JN]
    ------requirements for labeling of retail containers of charcoal 
        final rule (EC2665) [30AP]
    ------standard for flammability of children's sleepware final rule 
        (EC5283) [24SE]
    Customs Service: determination of country of origin of goods for 
        NAFTA purposes final rule (EC3424) [5JN]
    ------emissions standards for imported nonroad engines final rule 
        (EC4799) [4SE]
    ------enforcement of foreign assets control regulations final rule 
        (EC3069) [16MY]
    ------removal of customs regulations relative to Steel Voluntary 
        Restraint Arrangement Program final rule (EC3026) [14MY]
    ------removal of Toshiba sanction regulations final rule (EC3361) 
        [4JN]
    ------suspension of station operators relative to felony 
        indictments final rule (EC4526) [2AU]
    ------textile and apparel products origin final rule (EC4277) 
        [22JY]
    DAR: audit report (EC4203) [18JY]
    DAV: national convention report (EC1916) [4JA]
    DEA: Domestic Chemical Diversion Control Act report (EC2431) 
        [19AP]
    ------exemption removal for certain products marketed under the 
        Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act final rule (EC4921) 
        [10SE]
    Defense Environmental Response Task Force: report (EC2173) [4MR]
    Delaware River Basin Commission: Federal Managers' Financial 
        Integrity Act report (EC1894) [3JA]
    ------Inspector General report (EC2396) [16AP]
    Dept. of Agriculture: accounting requirements for 
        telecommunications borrowers final rule (EC4551) [4SE]
    ------acquisition regulations final rule (EC5470) [4OC]
    ------aerial service wires specification final rule (EC3036) 
        [16MY]
    ------agreements for development of foreign markets for 
        agricultural commodities final rule (EC2897) [9MY]
    ------almonds final rule (EC3860) [27JN] (EC3358) [31JY] (EC4542) 
        [4SE] (EC5274) [24SE]
    ------amendment of general regulations for marketing orders final 
        rule (EC2865) [8MY]
    ------animal health protection legislation (EC3294) [30MY]
    ------animal welfare enforcement report (EC4429) [30JY]
    ------Applegate Lake, OR, Corps of Engineers project (EC3425) 
        [5JN]
    ------apples and pears final rule (EC5332) [26SE]
    ------approved plants and standards for dairy products final rule 
        (EC2465) [24AP]
    ------apricots, cherries, and prunes final rule (EC4532) [4SE] 
        (EC5297) [25SE]
    ------apricots final rule (EC3575) [13JN] (EC3713) [19JN] (EC4545) 
        [4SE]
    ------avocados and limes final rule (EC2469) [24AP]
    ------avacados final rule (EC2744) [2MY] (EC3717) [19JN] (EC4510) 
        [2AU] (EC4977) [10SE] (EC5185) [18SE]
    ------barley final rule (EC2472) [24AP]
    ------bird quarantine facilities screening final rule (EC3805) 
        [25JN]
    ------Business and Industrial Loan Program audit requirements 
        final rule (EC3098) [21MY]
    ------cantaloupe final rule (EC2867) [8MY]
    ------cauliflower final rule (EC3892) [10SE]
    ------change in disease status of Italy and the Czech Republic 
        relative to rinderpest and foot-and-mouth disease (EC5451) 
        [4OC]
    ------cherries final rule (EC5295) [25SE]
    ------corn final rule (EC5087) [12SE]
    ------Cotton Board final rule (EC3762) [24JN]
    ------cranberries final rule (EC3714) [19JN] (EC4537) [4SE] 
        (EC5446) [4OC]
    ------dairy products final rule (EC3984) [9JY]
    ------dates final rule (EC5273) [24SE]
    ------determination relative to use of other than competitive 
        procedures for National Forest System watershed restoration 
        (EC2947) [10MY]
    ------Distance Learning and Telemedicine Grant Program final rule 
        (EC3809) [25JN]
    ------eligibility for free and reduced price meals by food program 
        institutions final rule (EC4897) [10SE]
    ------elimination of obsolete regulations final rule (EC5448) 
        [4OC]
    ------End-Use Certificate Program final rule (EC3844) [25JN]
    ------export certificates final rule (EC2650) [30AP]
    ------farm legislation relative to the authorization of retail 
        firms and wholesale food concerns final rule (EC5453) [4OC]
    ------Farm Program implementation final rule (EC4071) [11JY]
    ------Federal crop insurance regulations final rule (EC5114, 
        EC5115, EC5116, EC5117) [16SE]
    ------fees for official inspection and official weighing services 
        final rule (EC4550) [4SE]
    ------Food Stamp Program's failure to comply with Federal, State, 
        or local welfare assistance program requirements final rule 
        (EC2651) [30AP]
    ------Food Stamp Program final rule (EC3862) [27JN]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2260) [19MR]
    ------fresh cut flowers and greens final rule (EC2646) [30AP] 
        (EC3716) [19JN]
    ------fruit fly final rule (EC3612) [17JN] (EC4317) [25JY]
    ------fruit trees importation final rule (EC5410) [2OC]
    ------fruits and vegetables importation final rule (EC5088) [12SE]
    ------goats and horses final rule (EC4139) [16JY]
    ------grapefruit, oranges, tangelos, and tangerines final rule 
        (EC2866) [8MY]
    ------grapes final rule (EC3718) [19JN]
    ------green and wax beans final rule (EC4218) [22JY]
    ------hazelnuts final rule (EC2467) [24AP] (EC3573) [13JN] 
        (EC4543) [4SE]
    ------honey final rule (EC3518) [12JN]
    ------horses final rule (EC2650) [30AP] (EC4459) [31JY] (EC4896) 
        [10SE]
    ------import quotas and fees final rule (EC3183) [29MY]
    ------importation of embryos from ruminants and swine final rule 
        (EC3027) [15MY]
    ------imported fire ants final rule (EC2650) [30AP]
    ------import/export user fees final rule (EC3028) [15MY]
    ------Japanese beetles final rule (EC3743) [20JN]
    ------karnal bunt final rule (EC2649) [30AP] (EC3989, EC3990) 
        [9JY] (EC4140) [16JY] (EC5452) [4OC]
    ------kiwifruit final rule (EC4534) [4SE] (EC5232) [23SE]
    ------limes and avocados final rule
    ------limes final rule (EC4539) [4SE]
    ------livestock assistance regulations final rule (EC3808) [25JN]
    ------management report (EC3388) [5JN]
    ------meat and poultry final rule (EC3072) [11JY]
    ------meat imports final rule (EC4073) [11JY]
    ------milk final rule (EC2468) [24AP] (EC2842) [7MY] (EC2864) 
        [8MY] (EC3224) [30MY] (EC3987) [9JY] (EC4536) [4SE] (EC5023) 
        [10SE]
    ------monterey jack cheese grading and inspection standards final 
        rule (EC2648) [30AP]
    ------national poultry improvement plan and auxiliary provisions 
        final rule (EC2650) [30AP]
    ------National School Lunch Program cheese alternate products 
        final rule (EC4145) [16JY]
    ------nectarines and peaches final rule (EC2743) [2MY] (EC3741) 
        [20JN] (EC4217) [22JY] (EC5231) [23SE]
    ------Netherlands disease status final rule (EC4546) [4SE]
    ------new vaccine for brucellosis final rule (EC2650) [30AP]
    ------Northeast Interstate Dairy Compact implementation 
        authorization (EC4899) [10SE]
    ------notice to interchange jurisdiction relative to civil works 
        and national forest lands (EC1996) [31JA]
    ------okra final rule (EC5113) [16SE]
    ------olives final rule (EC2466) [24AP] (EC4535) [4SE]
    ------onions final rule (EC2839) [7MY] (EC3071) [20MY] (EC3179) 
        [29MY] (EC3295) [4JN] (EC3983) [9JY] (EC4383) [26JY] (EC4457) 
        [31JY] (EC3894, EC3895) [10SE] (EC5375) [24SE]
    ------oranges, grapefruit, tangerines, and tangelos final rule 
        (EC4511) [2AU] (EC5354) [28SE]
    ------oranges and grapefruit final rule (EC4219) [22JY] (EC4316) 
        [25JY] (EC4538) [4SE] (EC5233) [23SE]
    ------packers and stockyards regulations and policy statements 
        final rule (EC4034, EC4035) [10JY]
    ------papayas final rule (EC3370) [5JN] (EC4512) [2AU]
    ------pathogen reduction final rule (EC3992) [9JY]
    ------payment of indemnity for tuberculosis in bison, cattle, and 
        cervids final rule (EC3072) [20MY]
    ------peanuts final rule (EC3574) [13JN] (EC3742) [20JN] (EC3985) 
        [9JY] (EC4544) [4SE]
    ------pears final rule (EC2470) [24AP]
    ------peas final rule (EC5112) [16SE]
    ------plant protection legislation (EC3293) [30MY]
    ------pork final rule (EC3431) [6JN] (EC3807) [25JN] (EC3986) 
        [9JY]
    ------potatoes final rule (EC2840) [7MY] (EC3296, EC3297) [4JN] 
        (EC3715, EC3719) [19JN] (EC3988) [9JY] (EC4138) [16JY] 
        (EC4430) [30JY] (EC4540, EC4541) [4SE] (EC4892) [10SE] 
        (EC5296) [25SE] (EC5447) [4OC]
    ------poultry final rule (EC4384) [26JY]
    ------processed fruits and vegetables and food products 
        regulations final rule (EC3127) [22MY]
    ------prunes final rule (EC4456) [31JY] (EC4531) [4SE] (EC5449) 
        [4OC]
    ------raisins final rule (EC4137) [16JY]
    ------Rangeland Research Grants Program final rule (EC3180) [29MY]
    ------regulations governing the commercial sale of agricultural 
        commodities final rule (EC3182) [29MY]
    ------rice final rule (EC3991) [9JY]
    ------sale of excess Federal aircraft relative to suppression of 
        wildfire legislation (EC5331) [25SE] (EC5490) [4OC]
    ------scrapie indemnification program final rule (EC5025) [10SE]
    ------sheep and wool promotion, research, education, and 
        information final rule (EC2741) [2MY] (EC2895, EC2896) [9MY]
    ------sheep final rule (EC3925) [8JY]
    ------slaughter cattle and carcass beef standards for grade final 
        rule (EC2742) [2MY]
    ------Small Business Innovation Research Grants Program final rule 
        (EC2961) [14MY]
    ------sodium citrate with citric acid in processed meat and 
        poultry final rule (EC2471) [24AP]
    ------Southeast Alaska Public Lands Information Center report 
        (EC2265) [19MR]
    ------Southeast Washington and Northeast Oregon Walla Walla Valley 
        sweet onions assessment rate final rule (EC2839) [7MY]
    ------soybeans final rule (EC5355) [28SE]
    ------Spain disease status final rule (EC4547) [4SE]
    ------spearmint oil final rule (EC2647) [30AP] (EC2841) [7MY] 
        (EC3517) [12JN] (EC3861) [27JN] (EC4533) [4SE]
    ------specified market order assessment rates final rule (EC5024) 
        [10SE]
    ------subsistence payment for employees performing certain duties 
        legislation (EC3323) [4JN]
    ------tobacco final rule (EC3369) [5JN] (EC3571, EC3572) [13JN] 
        (EC3866) [27JN] (EC4293) [24JY] (EC5415) [3OC]
    ------use of consultants funded by borrowers final rule (EC5186) 
        [18SE]
    ------user fees for crop cotton classification services to growers 
        final rule (EC2745) [2MY]

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    ------viruses, serums, and toxins and analogous products final 
        rule (EC3686) [18JN] (EC3806) [25JN] (EC3926) [8JY] (EC5450) 
        [4OC]
    ------Wetlands Reserve Program final rule (EC3181) [29MY] (EC4898) 
        [10SE]
    ------Youth Conservation Corps Program report (EC3074) [20MY]
    Dept. of Commerce: Antarctic Living Marine Resources Convention 
        Act program development plan (EC4095) [11JY]
    ------Biological Warfare Experts Group meeting final rule (EC4497) 
        [1AU]
    ------Bureau of Export Administration report (EC2274) [20MR]
    ------CFR chapter final rule (EC4088) [11JY]
    ------coastal zone management fund for NOAA report (EC3663) [17JN]
    ------Federal agency guidance for acquistion of modular metric 
        construction products final rule (EC3067) [16MY]
    ------Federal agency use of technology transfer authorities 
        (EC2131) [27FE]
    ------fisheries and oceans reports (EC2141) [28FE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC4519) [2AU]
    ------improving export mechanisms and military assistance report 
        (EC3685) [17JN]
    ------International Buyer Program relative to domestic trade shows 
        final rule (EC3696) [18JN]
    ------inventions and patents final rule (EC4478) [31JY]
    ------licensing of commercial communications satellites final rule 
        (EC5338) [26SE]
    ------Market Development Cooperator Program final rule (EC3695) 
        [18JN]
    ------miscellaneous changes in patent practice final rule (EC4740) 
        [4SE]
    ------National Technical Information Service report (EC2377) 
        [15AP] (EC3761) [20JN]
    ------NIST visiting committee on advanced technology report 
        (EC2171) [4MR]
    ------notice of opposition final rule (EC4008) [9JY]
    ------patent and trademark fees revision final rule (EC4739) [4SE]
    ------service of process final rule (EC4994) [10SE]
    ------uniform administrative requirements for grants and 
        cooperative agreements to State and local governments final 
        rule (EC3319) [4JN]
    Dept. of Defense: acquisition regulations final rule (EC4077) 
        [11JY]
    ------American Red Cross audit (EC2080) [23FE]
    ------amphibious transport dock ship report (EC3746) [20JN]
    ------Anti-Deficiency Act violation (EC1908) [4JA] (EC2026) [9FE] 
        (EC2147) [4MR] (EC2202) [7MR] (EC2521) [25AP] (EC2746) [2MY] 
        (EC3128) [22MY] (EC3744, EC3745) [20JN] (EC4556) [4SE] 
        (EC4901, EC4902, EC4903, EC4904, EC4905) [10SE]
    ------automated information systems report (EC2378) [16AP]
    ------award of minority contracts progress report (EC4562) [4SE]
    ------certification for retirement in grade of certain officers 
        (EC2215) [8MR]
    ------civilian intelligence personnel reform legislation (EC2959) 
        [10MY]
    ------Civilian Separation Pay Program report (EC4134) [12JY]
    ------Cooperative Threat Reduction Program funds report (EC1993) 
        [31JA]
    ------cost comparison of Pentagon cleaning services (EC2474) 
        [24AP]
    ------Counterdrug Detail Program report (EC3519) [12JN]
    ------cross-servicing and acquisition actions undertaken with non-
        NATO countries (EC2198) [6MR]
    ------Defense Enterprise Fund cooperative threat reduction funding 
        notification (EC5018) [10SE]
    ------Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement final rule 
        (EC4221) [22JY] (EC4414) [29JY] (EC5234) [23SE] (EC5385) 
        [30SE]
    ------Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement report 
        (EC2421) [19AP]
    ------Defense Nuclear Agency Longterm Radiation Tolerant 
        Microelectronics Program report (EC3520) [12JN]
    ------Defense Production Act fund activities report (EC1988) 
        [31JA]
    ------early intervention and special education to dependents in 
        overseas schools final rule (EC5092) [12SE]
    ------Environmental Scholarships Program and Fellowships Program 
        summary report (EC2837) [6MY]
    ------extraordinary contractual actions to facilitate the national 
        defense report (EC2268) [20MR]
    ------Federal acquisition regulation supplement for small 
        disadvantaged business concerns final rule (EC2693) [1MY]
    ------Federal acquisition regulation supplement on direct 
        submission of vouchers to disbursing office final rule 
        (EC3102) [21MY]
    ------Federal acquisition regulation supplement on institutions of 
        higher education final rule (EC3103) [21MY]
    ------Federal acquisition regulation supplement pricing for sales 
        of defense articles final rule (EC2668) [30AP]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2019) 
        [6FE]
    ------Fitzsimmons Army Medical Center closure relative to health 
        care provision for active duty and retired military personnel 
        report (EC3871) [27JN]
    ------Foreign Comparative Testing Program report (EC2316) [29MR]
    ------foreign entities and secondary Arab boycott of Israel 
        (EC1958) [23JA]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2125) [27FE]
    ------future years defense program relative to the M1A2 multiyear 
        program certification (EC4076) [11JY]
    ------Health Resources Sharing and Emergency Operations Act report 
        (EC2105) [23FE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC1901) [3JA] (EC3956) [8JY]
    ------International Cooperative Research and Development Program 
        report (EC3101) [21MY]
    ------Laboratory Revitalization Demonstration Program report 
        (EC2301) [27MR]
    ------Longbow Apache Program costs relative to the future years 
        defense program report (EC2903) [9MY]
    ------manpower requirements report (EC2112) [27FE] (EC4560) [4SE]
    ------military exchanges, commissary stores, and other morale, 
        welfare, and recreation activities operating efficiency report 
        (EC5298) [25SE]
    ------military health care for beneficiaries entitled to Medicare 
        report (EC5022) [10SE]
    ------multiyear contract for the C-17 program report (EC3372) 
        [5JN]
    ------national defense appropriations legislation (EC2342) [15AP] 
        (EC2379) [16AP]
    ------nonlethal weapons report (EC2380) [16AP]
    ------notice of intention to obligate funds for Foreign 
        Comparative Testing Program (EC5089) [12SE]
    ------notice of intention to obligate funds in excess of available 
        appropriations (EC4906) [10SE]
    ------notification relative to report transmission (EC3144) [23MY]
    ------Office of Technology Transition report (EC2028) [9FE]
    ------off-the-shelf systems report (EC3298) [4JN]
    ------operations and management legislation (EC2433) [19AP]
    ------Pentagon renovation and equipment installation cost 
        certification (EC2133) [27FE]
    ------Performance of Dept. of Defense Commercial Activities report 
        (EC2074) [23FE]
    ------Presidential and congressional report (EC2311) [28MR]
    ------Presidential determination relative to POW/MIA drawdown for 
        Vietnam report (EC5207) [18SE]
    ------Privacy Program final rule (EC5377) [28SE] (EC5416, EC5417) 
        [3OC]
    ------purchases from foreign entities (EC5061) [10SE]
    ------Red Cross emergency communication services for the Armed 
        Forces report (EC2899) [9MY]
    ------reimbursement rules for indirect costs under defense Federal 
        acquisition regulation supplement final rule (EC2901) [9MY]
    ------Reserve Forces Policy Board report (EC2523) [25AP]
    ------restructuring costs under defense contracts report (EC3869) 
        [27JN]
    ------retirement of Arthur E. Williams in the grade of lieutant 
        general (EC3299) [4JN]
    ------selected acquisition reports (EC3038) [16MY] (EC3868) [27JN]
    ------Small Business Innovation Research Program quality report 
        (EC3510) [10JN]
    ------staff-years of effort estimates report (EC2749) [2MY]
    ------standard missile block IV major defense acquistion program 
        report (EC2900) [9MY]
    ------strategic and critical materials report (EC1947) [23JA]
    ------Superfund financial transactions report (EC5387) [30SE]
    ------survivability and lethality testing of the UH-1N variant of 
        the Marine Corps H-1 upgrade program certification (EC5188) 
        [18SE]
    ------transfer of naval vessels to certain foreign countries 
        (EC2143) [29FE]
    ------travel management reform legislation (EC3368) [4JN]
    ------U.S.-Israel Arrow Deployability Program report (EC3570) 
        [12JN]
    ------U.S.-People's Republic of China Joint Defense Conversion 
        Commission report (EC4281) [23JY]
    ------weapons destruction and nonproliferation in the former 
        Soviet Union program activities report (EC4807) [4SE]
    Dept. of Education: audit follow-up report (EC1977) [25JA] 
        (EC3592) [13JN]
    ------Bilingual Education Graduate Fellowship Program final rule 
        (EC3690) [18JN] (EC3720) [19JN]
    ------Challenge Grants for Technology in Education report (EC2659) 
        [30AP]
    ------chapter 2 reports (EC5238) [23SE]
    ------Consortium Incentive Grants report (EC2658) [30AP]
    ------drug and violence prevention programs final rule (EC3928, 
        EC3929) [8JY]
    ------Education of Individuals With Disabilities Program and 
        Children and Youth With Serious Emotional Disturbance Program 
        training priorities (EC2844) [7MY] (EC2874) [8MY]
    ------Education of Individuals With Disabilities Program research 
        final regulations (EC2176) [5MR]
    ------education of minority children final rule (EC2440) [23AP]
    ------elementary school mathematics and science equipment funds 
        final rule (EC3721) [19JN] (EC3873) [27JN]
    ------final priorities for several programs (EC2029) [9FE]
    ------Foreign Language Assistance Grants application notice 
        (EC3226, EC3228) [30MY]
    ------Foreign Language Assistance Grants final rule (EC3187, 
        EC3188) [29MY]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC5378) [28SE]
    ------Fund for the Improvement of Education Program report 
        (EC2443) [23AP] (EC2661) [30AP]
    ------general administrative final regulations (EC2152) [4MR]
    ------hate crimes prevention programs final rule (EC3930) [8JY] 
        (EC3993) [9JY]
    ------higher education programs in modern foreign language 
        training and area studies final rule (EC5236, EC5237) [23SE] 
        (EC5335) [26SE]
    ------Indian Fellowship and Professional Development Programs 
        final rule (EC4816) [5SE] (EC4918) [10SE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3389, EC3390) [5JN]
    ------Jacob K. Javits Gifted and Talented Students Education 
        Program priorities (EC2442) [23AP] (EC2660) [30AP]

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    ------national assessment of educational progress report (EC4586) 
        [4SE]
    ------post-secondary education for individuals with disabilities 
        final rule (EC3874, EC3875) [27JN]
    ------Presidential honors scholarship legislation (EC5370) [28SE]
    ------Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center Demonstration 
        Project final rule (EC3227, EC3229) [30MY]
    ------rehabilitation research and training center final rule 
        (EC4038, EC4039) [10JY]
    ------school-to-work urban/rural opportunities grants final rule 
        (EC4083) [11JY] (EC4119) [12JY]
    ------Special Studies Program priorities report (EC2696) [1MY] 
        (EC2875) [8MY]
    ------State grants program for technology related assistance for 
        individuals with disabilities final regulations (EC2151) [4MR]
    ------State Vocational Rehabilitation Services Program final rule 
        (EC2876) [8MY] (EC2972) [14MY]
    ------student assistance final rule (EC5122, EC5123) [16SE]
    ------Technology in Education Challenge Grants selection criteria 
        (EC2441) [23AP]
    ------training personnel for the education of individuals with 
        disabilities final rule (EC3186, EC3189) [29MY]
    ------Vending Facility Program for the Blind on Federal and Other 
        Property report (EC2439) [23AP] (EC2662) [30AP]
    ------vocational education data report (EC4587) [4SE]
    ------William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program final rule 
        (EC3522, EC3523) [12JN] (EC3691, EC3692) [18JN]
    Dept. of Energy: acquisition regulations final rule (EC3190) 
        [29MY] (EC3823) [25JN] (EC4593, EC4594) [4SE]
    ------building energy efficiency standards activities report 
        (EC4802) [4SE]
    ------Clean Power From Integrated Coal/Ore Reduction Demonstration 
        Project report (EC4806) [4SE]
    ------Coal Research, Development, Demonstration, and Commercial 
        Application Programs report (EC1992) [31JA]
    ------conservation program for consumer products final rule 
        (EC4170) [17JY]
    ------contractor litigation cost policies, terms of law firm 
        engagement, and allowability of costs final rule (EC3076) 
        [20MY]
    ------Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board activities report 
        (EC2543) [25AP] (EC5017) [10SE]
    ------defense waste management and environmental restoration 
        research and technology development activities report (EC2747) 
        [2MY]
    ------demonstration and commercial application of Renewable Energy 
        and Energy Efficiency Technologies Program report (EC4213) 
        [18JY]
    ------determination relative to use of other than competitive 
        procedures to contract sale of naval petroleum reserve 
        (EC2175) [5MR]
    ------Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Research, Development and 
        Demonstration Act report (EC5348) [26SE]
    ------Electric and Magnetic Fields Research and Public Information 
        Dissemination Program legislation (EC4427) [29JY]
    ------energy management and conservation programs report (EC1990) 
        [31JA]
    ------excess Federal power policy final rule (EC5473) [4OC]
    ------Exxon and stripper well oil overcharge funds status report 
        (EC2118) [27FE] (EC3237) [30MY] (EC4939) [11SE]
    ------Federal Energy Management and Planning Programs final rule 
        (EC3877) [27JN]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC1938) 
        [22JA]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2230) [12MR]
    ------greenhouse gases report (EC4296) [24JY]
    ------large science projects report (EC2798) [2MY]
    ------low-level radioactive waste management progress report 
        (EC2063) [20FE] (EC5311) [25SE]
    ------metal casting competitiveness research report (EC2282) 
        [21MR]
    ------metals initiative report (EC5383) [28SE]
    ------mixed waste streams activities report (EC3812) [25JN]
    ------National Environmental Policy Act final rule (EC4198) [18JY]
    ------Office of Alcohol Fuels report (EC3309) [4JN]
    ------patent waiver regulation final rule (EC4920) [10SE]
    ------Performance Profiles of Major Energy Producers 1994 (EC2078) 
        [23FE]
    ------Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program power allocations 
        procedures final rule (EC5250) [23SE]
    ------Powerplant and Industrial Fuel Use Act repeal legislation 
        (EC5391) [30SE]
    ------ratemaking and regulatory standards for nonregulated 
        utilities final rule (EC4190) [18JY]
    ------rebate expenditures from low-level radioactive waste 
        surcharge escrow account (EC4390) [26JY]
    ------review (EC5192) [18SE]
    ------State Energy Conservation Program report (EC1910) [4JA]
    ------State Energy Program final rule (EC4042) [10JY]
    ------Strategic Petroleum Reserve report (EC2014) [6FE] (EC2303) 
        [27MR]
    ------Uranium Enrichment Decontamination and Decommissioning Fund 
        triennial report (EC4415) [29JY]
    ------uranium purchases report (EC4120) [12JY]
    ------Western Area Power Administration final rule (EC5222) [19SE]
    ------Western Environmental Technology Office privatization report 
        (EC4706) [4SE]
    Dept. of HHS: advance payments to suppliers furnishing items or 
        services under Medicare part B final rule (EC5396) [30SE]
    ------changes in physician participation, assignment, and extra 
        billing in the Medicare Program report (EC3178) [23MY]
    ------chlorofluorocarbon propellants in self-pressurized 
        containers final rule (EC2697) [1MY]
    ------cigarettes and smokeless tobacco distribution final rule 
        (EC4834) [5SE]
    ------criteria for hospital designation as essential access 
        relative to Medicare and Medicaid final rule (EC3096) [20MY]
    ------Development Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act 
        implementation final rule (EC5388) [30SE]
    ------Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act 
        report (EC2525) [29AP]
    ------developmental disabilities assistance legislation (EC3580) 
        [13JN]
    ------drug abuse and drug abuse research report (EC4592) [4SE]
    ------employer contributions to HMOs final rule (EC3591) [13JN]
    ------estimate of applicable percentage increase in inpatient 
        hospital payment rates report (EC3124) [21MY]
    ------Federal agency drug-free workplace plans report (EC2519) 
        [24AP]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2726) [1MY]
    ------home energy assistance emergency funding (EC2406) [16AP]
    ------hospital inpatient prospective payment systems final rule 
        (EC4890) [5SE]
    ------Information, Counseling and Assistance Grants Program report 
        (EC2108) [23FE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3472) [10JN]
    ------LIHEAP report (EC2277) [20MR]
    ------Medicaid Drug Rebate Program report (EC2212) [7MR]
    ------Medicaid Drug Use Review Demonstration Projects report 
        (EC2203) [7MR]
    ------Medicaid Program final rule (EC4494) [1AU]
    ------medical devices--temporary suspension of approval of a 
        premarket application final rule (EC2805) [6MY]
    ------Medicare ambulatory surgical center payment rates final rule 
        (EC5444) [3OC]
    ------Medicare and Medicaid coverage conditions for organ 
        procurement organizations final rule (EC2937) [9MY]
    ------Medicare and Medicaid physician incentive plans final rule 
        (EC5021) [10SE]
    ------Medicare and Medicaid programs final rule (EC4112) [11JY]
    ------Medicare and Medicaid programs hospital standards for 
        potentially infectious blood and blood products final rule 
        (EC5151) [16SE]
    ------Medicare enrollment and waiting periods final rule (EC5020) 
        [10SE]
    ------Medicare payment for federally qualified health center 
        services final rule (EC2893) [8MY]
    ------Medicare supplemental insurance evaluation (EC3176) [23MY]
    ------military beneficiaries Medicare reimbursement legislation 
        (EC5230) [19SE]
    ------Model Comprehensive Program for the Treatment of Substance 
        Abuse and Metropolitan Area Treatment Enhancement System 
        report (EC3075) [20MY]
    ------National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and 
        Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports (EC5301) 
        [25SE]
    ------Native Americans appeals administration final rule (EC5026) 
        [10SE]
    ------NIH reauthorization proposals report (EC3535) [12JN]
    ------pediatric physicians services value units final rule 
        (EC3923) [27JN]
    ------physician fee schedule update and Medicare performance 
        standard recommendations report (EC4805) [4SE]
    ------Prescription Drug User Fee Act report (EC2116) [27FE]
    ------protection of human subjects relative to informed consent 
        final rule (EC5412) [2OC]
    ------Public Housing Primary Care Program report (EC2389) [16AP]
    ------reporting interest from zero coupon bonds final rule 
        (EC4315) [24JY]
    ------runaway and homeless youth legislation (EC3231) [30MY]
    ------Runaway and Homeless Youth Program report (EC1970) [25JA]
    ------rural health care transition grant program evaluation report 
        (EC2886) [27JN]
    ------Social HMO demonstrations report (EC3684) [17JN]
    ------Social Security acquisition regulation final rule (EC5315) 
        [25SE]
    ------State Medicaid programs relative to ambulatory surgery, 
        preadmission testing, and same-day surgery (EC2177) [5MR]
    ------Superfund financial transactions report (EC2217) [27FE]
    ------tribal child care and development block grant programs 
        report (EC1994) [31JA]
    ------validity and use of evidence concerning battering and its 
        effects in criminal trials report (EC3122) [21MY]
    ------waiver of recovery of Medicare overpayments final rule 
        (EC5395) [30SE]
    Dept. of HUD: acquisition regulations, field reorganization, 
        streamlining, and simplification final rule (EC2968) [14MY]
    ------base closure community redevelopment and homeless assistance 
        final rule (EC5357) [28SE]
    ------Community Development Block Grant Performance Program and 
        HOME Fund Program legislation (EC3609) [13JN] (EC4223) [22JY] 
        (EC4810) [5SE]
    ------Community Development Work Study Program final rule (EC4229) 
        [22JY]
    ------comprehensive grant program assessment report (EC3521) 
        [12JN]
    ------Congregate Housing Services Program streamlining final rule 
        (EC4811) [5SE]
    ------conversion from coinsurance to full insurance final rule 
        (EC5365) [28SE]
    ------environmental review procedures final rule (EC2967) [14MY]
    ------equal employment opportunity policies and procedures final 
        rule (EC2722) [1MY]

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    ------fair housing complaint processing final rule (EC4847) [5SE]
    ------fair housing enforcement agencies final rule (EC4846) [5SE]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC3858) 
        [26JN]
    ------FHA multifamily housing reform legislation (EC3611) [13JN]
    ------FHA single family housing reform legislation (EC3577) [13JN]
    ------Government National Mortgage Association management report 
        (EC4061) [10JY] (EC4078) [11JY]
    ------home equity conversion mortgage insurance demonstration 
        final rule (EC5366) [28SE]
    ------HOME Investment Partnerships Program final rule (EC5364) 
        [28SE]
    ------Homeownership of Single Family Homes Program final rule 
        (EC5363) [28SE]
    ------housing choices for families report (EC3763) [24JN]
    ------Indian HOME Program final rule (EC4225) [22JY]
    ------loan guarantee recovery fund final rule (EC5359) [28SE]
    ------Low-Income Public Housing Performance Funding System final 
        rule (EC2966) [14MY]
    ------mortgage insurance on condominium units in non-FHA approved 
        projects final rule (EC3515) [11JN]
    ------multifamily and single family nonjudicial foreclosure 
        procedures final rule (EC5362) [28SE]
    ------Nehemiah Housing Opportunity Grants Program streamlining 
        final rule (EC4812) [5SE]
    ------Older Americans Home Security Act report (EC4232) [22JY]
    ------optional earned income exclusion final rule (EC5358) [28SE]
    ------prohibition of advance disclosure of funding--accountability 
        in the provision of assistance final rule (EC2655) [30AP]
    ------public housing development regulation streamlining final 
        rule (EC4809) [5SE]
    ------Public Housing Management Assessment Program final rule 
        (EC4224) [22JY]
    ------public/private partnerships for mixed-finance development of 
        public housing units final rule (EC2970) [14MY]
    ------Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act final rule (EC3615) 
        [17JN]
    ------revision of FHA multifamily processing fees final rule 
        (EC2657) [30AP]
    ------sale of multifamily mortgages final rule (EC4222) [22JY]
    ------sale of single family mortgages final rule (EC5356) [28SE]
    ------Section 8 certificate and voucher conforming final rule 
        (EC4813) [5SE]
    ------Section 8 moderate rehabilitation single room occupancy 
        program for homeless individuals final rule (EC5361) [28SE]
    ------single family amendments, clarifications, and corrections 
        final rule (EC4226) [22JY]
    ------single family mortgage insurance final rule (EC4387) [26JY] 
        (EC4563) [4SE]
    ------standards of ethical conduct for department employees 
        (EC4227) [22JY]
    ------streamlining FHA single and multifamily housing and health 
        care facility mortgage insurance program regulations final 
        rule (EC2656) [30AP]
    ------streamlining mortgagee requirements final rule (EC4228) 
        [22JY]
    ------streamlining regulations governing the protection of human 
        subjects final rule (EC4230) [22JY]
    ------supplemental standards of ethical conduct for employees 
        final rule (EC2653) [30AP]
    ------tax exemption of obligations of public housing agencies 
        regulatory reinvention final rule (EC2654) [30AP]
    ------techincal amendments to Section 8 tenant-based programs 
        final rule (EC3516) [11JN]
    ------termination of tenancy for criminal activity final rule 
        (EC5360) [28SE]
    ------Title I Property Improvement and Manufactured Home Loan 
        Insurance Program final rule (EC2969) [14MY]
    ------title insurance practices in Florida final rule (EC5367) 
        [28SE]
    ------Youthbuild Program final rule (EC3514) [11JN]
    Dept. of Justice: antigang and youth violence control legislation 
        (EC3429) [5JN]
    ------Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board 
        final rule (EC5325) [25SE]
    ------Asset Forfeiture Program report (EC4133) [12JY]
    ------attacking financial institutions fraud report (EC2797) [2MY]
    ------Bureau of Justice assistance report (EC1928) [5JA]
    ------Bureau of Prisons drug abuse treatment programs early 
        release consideration final rule (EC3091) [20MY]
    ------Bureau of Prisons operation of Confinement Center Program 
        final rule (EC3009) [14MY]
    ------Bureau of Prisons prevention of acts of violence and 
        terrorism final rule (EC3090) [20MY]
    ------Bureau of Prisons special foods or meals final rule (EC3008) 
        [14MY]
    ------CAB recommendations final rule (EC5104) [12SE]
    ------child support recovery legislation (EC5480) [4OC]
    ------Child Victimizers--Violent Offenders and Their Victims 
        (EC2300) [26MR]
    ------criminal history records exchange for noncriminal justice 
        purposes legislation (EC5478) [4OC]
    ------criminal offender anti-drug legislation (EC5321) [25SE] 
        (EC5479) [4OC]
    ------domestic violence report (EC3051, EC3052) [16MY]
    ------Enhanced Prosecution of Dangerous Juvenile Offenders Act 
        legislation (EC1941) [22JA]
    ------economic espionage legislation (EC5168) [17SE]
    ------electronic surveillance order applications report (EC2799) 
        [2MY]
    ------enforcement policy relating to health care and antitrust 
        statement (EC5043) [10SE]
    ------enhanced prosecution and punishment of armed dangerous 
        felons legislation (EC3548) [12JN]
    ------environmental crimes and enforcement legislation (EC5253) 
        [26SE]
    ------FBI, DEA, INS, and Marshals Service damage settlements 
        report (EC3756) [20JN]
    ------Federal child protection laws legislation (EC3332) [4JN]
    ------Federal Debt Collection Procedures Improvements Act (EC2011) 
        [1FE]
    ------Federal electronic surveillance laws use report (EC4996) 
        [10SE]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2196) 
        [6MR]
    ------Federal Prison Industries, Inc., report (EC2366) [15AP] 
        (EC2757) [2MY]
    ------Federal rules of evidence clarification legislation (EC5379) 
        [28SE] (EC5481) [4OC]
    ------financial institution fraud report (EC4033) [9JY]
    ------forfeiture legislation (EC4280) [22JY]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC3738) [19JN]
    ------grants to encourage arrest policies final rule (EC4997) 
        [10SE]
    ------guidelines for crimes against children and sexually violent 
        offenders registration final rule (EC2929) [10MY]
    ------immigration motions and appeals final rule (EC3831) [25JN] 
        (EC4287) [23JY]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3393) [5JN]
    ------methamphetamine control legislation (EC2740) [1MY]
    ------money laundering, organized crime, drug trafficking, 
        terrorism, and other forms of international crime legislation 
        (EC5397) [30SE]
    ------motor vehicle theft prevention final rule (EC4995) [10SE]
    ------persons found not guilty by reason of insanity in the 
        District of Columbia treatment and security legislation 
        (EC2107) [23FE]
    ------prison central inmate monitoring system final rule (EC4498) 
        [1AU]
    ------prison education tests final rule (EC5042) [10SE]
    ------prison hostage situation management final rule (EC4311) 
        [24JY]
    ------prison inmate discipline, education, training, leisure time 
        program standards and release gratuities final rule (EC5082) 
        [11SE]
    ------Prison Release Preparation Program final rule (EC4310) 
        [24JY]
    ------prison use of force and restraints final rule (EC4442) 
        [30JY]
    ------private counsel debt collection project report (EC3961) 
        [8JY]
    ------Public Integrity Section activities and operations report 
        (EC2266) [19MR]
    ------Report on State Domestic and Sexual Violence Data Collection 
        (EC2221) [8MR]
    ------statutes of limitation extension legislation (EC5205) [18SE]
    ------Violence Against Women Act report (EC3053) [16MY]
    Dept. of Labor: affirmative action and nondiscrimination 
        obligations of contractors and subcontractors final rule 
        (EC4964) [11SE]
    ------affirmative action and nondiscrimination obligations of 
        contractors and subcontractors for individuals with 
        disabilities final rule (EC3047) [16MY]
    ------affirmative action and nondiscrimination obligations of 
        contractors and subcontractors for disabled veterans and 
        Vietnam veterans final rule (EC3046) [16MY]
    ------class exemption to permit restoration of delinquent 
        participant contributions final rule (EC4804) [4SE]
    ------consolidation of repetitive provisions by OSHA final rule 
        (EC3747) [20JN]
    ------construction industry scaffolds final rule (EC4817) [5SE]
    ------Core Data Elements and Common Definitions for Employment and 
        Training Programs report (EC2302) [27MR]
    ------ERISA regulations and interpretive bulletins final rule 
        (EC4040) [10JY]
    ------examination of working places final rule (EC4919) [10SE]
    ------Federal contract labor laws amendments final rule (EC4515) 
        [2AU]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2139) 
        [28FE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC4969) [10SE]
    ------Immigration Reform and Control Act report (EC3254) [30MY]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3240) [30MY]
    ------longshore work in U.S. ports by alien crewmembers final rule 
        (EC4085) [11JY]
    ------Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Workers Protection Act 
        final rule (EC3040) [16MY]
    ------mine safety standards final rule (EC4084) [11JY] (EC5411) 
        [2OC]
    ------mining laws use and occupancy final rule (EC4097) [11JY]
    ------occupational exposure to asbestos final rule (EC5191) [18SE]
    ------participant investment education and welfare benefits final 
        rule (EC3578) [13JN]
    ------permanent replacement of lawfully striking employees by 
        Federal contractors final rule (EC5456) [4OC]
    ------personal protective equipment in shipyards final rule 
        (EC3617, EC3618) [17JN]
    ------plan assets definition final rule (EC4589) [4SE]
    ------removal of duplicative regulations final rule (EC5369) 
        [28SE]
    ------revocation of obsolete regulations relative to work 
        incentive programs for AFDC recipients final rule (EC3914) 
        [27JN]
    ------School-to-Work Opportunities Act report (EC5210) [19SE]
    ------training and employment guidance final rule (EC4588) [4SE]

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    ------training waivers report (EC2460) [23AP]
    ------transactions between plans and parties in interest 
        applications final rule (EC4492) [1AU]
    ------Unemployment Insurance Program final rule (EC3283) [30MY] 
        (EC3710) [18JN] (EC4276) [22JY]
    Dept. of State: American Institute in Taiwan agreement report 
        (EC3898) [27JN]
    ------Bosnia and Herzegovinia military training and equipping 
        report (EC2911) [9MY]
    ------certification relative to the incidental capture of sea 
        turtles (EC2796) [2MY] (EC5019) [10SE]
    ------Chemical and Biological Weapons Control and Warfare 
        Elimination Act report (EC2350) [15AP]
    ------conditions in Hong Kong of interest to the U.S. (EC2419) 
        [18AP]
    ------contributions by the U.S. to international organizations 
        (EC1971) [25JA] (EC2349) [15AP]
    ------Cooperative Threat Reduction Act report (EC2276) [20MR]
    ------Cooperative Threat Reduction Program plan certification 
        (EC2137) [28FE]
    ------countries with U.S. economic or trade relationship report 
        (EC2200) [6MR]
    ------Country Reports on Human Rights Practices (EC2216) [8MR]
    ------determination relative to assistance to support Pakistan's 
        contribution to Haiti military (EC4631) [4SE]
    ------determination relative to justification for authorizing 
        assistance to Haiti (EC2072) [20FE]
    ------determination relative to justification for authorizing 
        funds for the peacekeeping mission in Liberia (EC4176) [17JY]
    ------East European Democracy Act Program report (EC2272) [20MR]
    ------elimination and reinvention of Office of Protocol 
        regulations relative to foreign official status final rule 
        (EC3471) [10JN]
    ------employment of U.S. citizens by certain international 
        organizations report (EC3239) [30MY]
    ------exports of Alaskan North slope crude oil--establishment of 
        license exception final rule (EC3386) [5JN]
    ------Federal Equal Opportunity Recruitment Program 
        accomplishments report (EC2795) [2MY]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC1914) 
        [4JA]
    ------fishermen's protective guaranty fund procedures final rule 
        (EC4984) [10SE]
    ------foreign aid program changes (EC2416, EC2417) [17AP]
    ------foreign operations, export financing, and related programs 
        allocation of funding report (EC3175) [23MY] (EC5488) [4OC]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2144) [29FE]
    ------Freedom Support Act report (EC4049) [10JY]
    ------international agreements other than treaties (EC1986) [30JA] 
        (EC2053) [13FE] (EC2119) [27FE] (EC2228) [12MR] (EC2304) 
        [27MR] (EC2351) [15AP] (EC2444) [23AP] (EC2884) [8MY] (EC3082) 
        [20MY] (EC3238) [30MY] (EC3310) [4JN] (EC3737) [19JN] (EC3949) 
        [8JY] (EC4177) [17JY] (EC4475) [31JY] (EC4636, EC4637) [4SE] 
        (EC5078) [11SE]
    ------International Customs Observer Mission in Bosnia funding 
        (EC3367) [4JN]
    ------International Narcotics Control Program budget allocation 
        (EC2414) [17AP]
    ------international narcotics control strategy report (EC2192) 
        [6MR]
    ------international terrorism report (EC2391) [16AP]
    ------international traffic in arms regulations final rule 
        (EC4050) [10JY] (EC5245) [23SE]
    ------justification for Foreign Assistance Act drawdown (EC2217) 
        [8MR] (EC5218, EC5219) [19SE] (EC5337) [26SE] (EC5372, EC5373, 
        EC5374) [28SE]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Algeria (EC5163) 
        [17SE]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Australia (EC3818) 
        [25JN]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Belgium (EC3897) 
        [27JN]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Botswana (EC2602) 
        [29AP]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Brunei (EC2712) 
        [1MY]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Canada (EC2601) 
        [29AP]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Egypt (EC3947) 
        [8JY]
    ------license for export of defense articles to France (EC5164) 
        [17SE]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Germany (EC5244) 
        [23SE]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Israel (EC5240) 
        [23SE]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Italy (EC2711) 
        [1MY]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Kazakhstan 
        (EC5074) [11SE]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Malaysia (EC5076) 
        [11SE]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Norway (EC5075) 
        [11SE]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Russia and 
        Kazakhstan (EC4048) [10JY]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Singapore (EC3819) 
        [25JN]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Spain (EC4089) 
        [11JY]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Thailand (EC2600) 
        [29AP]
    ------license for export of defense articles to the International 
        Telecommunications Satellite Organization (EC2942) [10MY]
    ------license for export of defense articles to the Republic of 
        China (EC3817) [25JN] (EC5162) [17SE]
    ------license for export of defense articles to the Republic of 
        Korea (EC2411) [17AP]
    ------license for export of defense articles to the United Kingdom 
        (EC2540) [25AP] (EC5071, EC5072, EC5073) [11SE] (EC5077) 
        [11SE] (EC5243) [23SE]
    ------license for export of defense articles to Turkey (EC4943) 
        [10SE]
    ------list of potential sales and licensed commercial exports of 
        major weapons or weapons-related defense equipment (EC2178) 
        [5MR]
    ------listing of gifts by the U.S. Government to foreign 
        individuals (EC1985) [30JA]
    ------manufacturing license agreement with Australia (EC5241) 
        [23SE]
    ------manufacturing license agreement with Israel (EC4495) [1AU]
    ------manufacturing license agreement with Italy (EC5287) [24SE]
    ------manufacturing license agreement with Japan (EC2713) [1MY] 
        (EC3150) [23MY] (EC4944, EC4945) [10SE] (EC5242) [23SE]
    ------manufacturing license agreement with Sweden (EC5069, EC5070) 
        [11SE]
    ------manufacturing license agreement with the Republic of Korea 
        (EC2824) [6MY] (EC3031) [15MY]
    ------military expenditures for countries receiving U.S. 
        assistance report (EC3371) [5JN]
    ------Multinational Force and Observers report (EC2603) [29AP]
    ------nationality procedures final rule (EC3197) [29MY]
    ------Nonproliferation and Disarmament Fund activities in Bosnia 
        and Herzegovina notice (EC2134) [27FE]
    ------Nonproliferation and Disarmament Fund report (EC3311) [4JN] 
        (EC3427) [5JN]
    ------notice of training under Antiterrorism Assistance Program 
        relative to Bosnia and Herzegovina (EC2541) [25AP]
    ------notice relative to transfer of defense articles and services 
        to Bosnia and Herzegovina (EC3126) [21MY]
    ------notification of intent to obligate funds for the Commission 
        on Real Property Claims of Displaced Persons and Refugees in 
        Bosnia and Herzegovina (EC6227) [19SE]
    ------notification of intent to obligate funds to facilitate 
        absentee voting by Bosnians in the U.S. (EC4215) [18JY]
    ------notification relative to reprogramming prior deobligated 
        economic support funds (EC2894) [8MY]
    ------nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons proliferation 
        control report (EC4891) [5SE]
    ------Olympic nonimmigrant visa application procedures final rule 
        (EC5393) [30SE]
    ------opening of U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem progress report 
        (EC2179) [5MR]
    ------Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe report 
        (EC3291) [30MY]
    ------Panama Canal treaties report (EC2843) [7MY]
    ------passports and visas for certain nonimmigrants final rule 
        (EC4322) [25JY]
    ------passports final rule (EC3387) [5JN]
    ------patterns of global terrorism report (EC2756) [2MY]
    ------PLO Commitments Compliance Act report (EC2193) [6MR] 
        (EC3044) [16MY] (EC4151) [16JY]
    ------political contributions report (EC2910) [9MY]
    ------Presidential determination relative to assistance program 
        for Russia (EC3511) [10JN]
    ------Presidential determination relative to assistance to Bosnia 
        and Herzegovina (EC4164, EC4165) [16JY]
    ------Presidential determination relative to certification of the 
        major illicit narcotics producing and transit countries 
        (EC2191) [6MR]
    ------Presidential determination relative to drawdown of defense 
        articles and services to Vietnam (EC5063) [10SE]
    ------Presidential determination relative to Eximbank and the 
        People's Republic of China (EC3872) [27JN]
    ------Presidential determination relative to Foreign Operations, 
        Export Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations Act 
        (EC2407) [16AP]
    ------Presidential determination relative to Loan Guarantees for 
        Israel Program (EC5464) [4OC]
    ------Presidential determination relative to military drawdown for 
        Jordan (EC2199) [6MR]
    ------Presidential determination relative to Mongolia (EC5443) 
        [3OC]
    ------Presidential determination relative to sanctions imposed on 
        Serbia and Montenegro (EC1930) [5JA]
    ------Presidential determination relative to suspending 
        restrictions on U.S. relations with the PLO (EC1950) [23JA] 
        (EC2390) [16AP] (EC3694) [18JN]
    ------Presidential determination relative to the Migration and 
        Refugee Assistance Act (EC2943) [10MY]
    ------Presidential determination relative to the People's Republic 
        of China (EC4166) [17JY]
    ------program proposals for Nonproliferation and Disarmament Fund 
        activities (EC5208) [18SE]
    ------proposed lease of defense articles to Japan (EC3192) [29MY]
    ------proscribed destinations final rule (EC2715) [1MY] (EC4178) 
        [17JY] (EC4517) [2AU]
    ------removal of items from U.S. munitions list (EC5286) [24SE] 
        (EC5463) [4OC]
    ------report (EC3225, EC3252) [30MY]
    ------reprogramming of foreign aid funds (EC2415) [17AP]
    ------Riyadh Accountability Review Board recommendations report 
        (EC4283) [23JY]
    ------shipping and seamen final rule (EC3538) [12JN]
    ------South Asia nuclear nonproliferation activities report 
        (EC3151) [23MY]
    ------suspend restrictions on U.S. relations with the PLO (EC4632) 
        [4SE]
    ------transfer of property to Panama (EC2340) [15AP] (EC2868) 
        [8MY] (EC4907) [10SE]
    ------U.N. General Assembly and Security Council voting practices 
        assessment report (EC3847) [25JN]
    ------U.S. assistance and related programs for the independent 
        States of the former Soviet Union (EC2604) [29AP]
    ------upgrade of existing non-government television stations in 
        Bosnia and Herzegovina (EC3846) [25JN]
    Dept. of the Air Force: cost comparison of services and personnel 
        activities (EC4460, EC4461, EC4462) [31JY] (EC4513) [2AU] 
        (EC5276) [24SE]

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    ------nonappropriated fund retirement plan report (EC5097) [12SE]
    ------program acquisition unit cost report (EC5090) [12SE]
    Dept. of the Army: Applegate Lake, OR, Corps of Engineers project 
        (EC3425) [5JN]
    ------Cape Girardeau-Jackson, MO, flood damage reduction 
        legislation (EC5083) [11SE]
    ------Chicago River, IL, flood damage reduction legislation 
        (EC3758) [20JN]
    ------competition for contracts (EC2027) [9FE]
    ------Corps of Engineers division restructuring plan (EC3513) 
        [10JN]
    ------Corps of Engineers report (EC4788) [4SE]
    ------danger zone restricted areas final rule (EC4848) [5SE]
    ------defense acquisition programs that have breached unit cost 
        (EC2214) [8MR]
    ------flood control project legislation (EC4744) [4SE]
    ------Humboldt Harbor, CA, Corps of Engineers report (EC3506) 
        [10JN]
    ------inland navigation project legislation (EC4743) [4SE]
    ------National Study of Water Management During Drought report 
        (EC2208) [7MR]
    ------notice of intent to award George C. Marshall Awards Seminar 
        contract (EC4561) [4SE]
    ------notice to interchange jurisdiction relative to civil works 
        and national forest lands (EC1996) [31JA]
    ------Poplar Island, MD, use of dredged material project 
        notification (EC5223) [19SE]
    ------Port Fourchon, LA, deep-draft navigation legislation 
        (EC5103) [12SE]
    ------San Juan Harbor, PR, deep-draft navigation legislation 
        (EC5084) [11SE]
    ------water resources development legislation (EC2464) [23AP] 
        (EC3966) [8JY]
    ------Wilmington, NC, deep-draft navigation legislation (EC5142) 
        [16SE]
    Dept. of the Interior: acquisition regulations final rule (EC4098) 
        [11JY]
    ------administrative and audit requirements and cost principles 
        for assistance programs final rule (EC4306) [24JY]
    ------Alaska occupancy, use and homestead settlement final rule 
        (EC4983) [10SE]
    ------Alaska Peninsula/Becharof National Wildlife Refuge Complex 
        public use regulations final rule (EC3439) [6JN]
    ------American Discovery Trail report (EC4264) [22JY]
    ------American Indian Trust Fund Management Act final rule 
        (EC3137) [22MY]
    ------Australian saltwater crocodile final rule (EC3662) [17JN]
    ------Belle Fourche Irrigation District, Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin 
        Program, SD, contract amendment (EC2099) [23FE]
    ------bid acceptance final rule (EC3957) [8JY]
    ------Bradbury Dam, CA, modifications construction report (EC4305) 
        [24JY]
    ------Cape Lookout National Seashore airstrip closure final rule 
        (EC3594) [13JN]
    ------Colorado regulatory program final rule (EC3265) [23MY]
    ------Colorado River reservoirs operation report (EC3326) [4JN]
    ------conveyance of freehold and leasehold interest final rule 
        (EC3545) [12JN]
    ------designation of critical habitat for the marbled murrelet 
        final rule (EC3050) [16MY]
    ------determination relative to use of other than competitive 
        procedures to award contract (EC2828) [6MY]
    ------endangered and threatened wildlife and plants final rule 
        (EC3596) [13JN] (EC4520) [2AU] (EC5427) [3OC]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2096) 
        [23FE]
    ------flaring or venting gas and burning liquid hydrocarbons final 
        rule (EC3048) [16MY]
    ------Glacier Bay National Park, AL, vessel management plan 
        regulations final rule (EC3327) [4JN]
    ------Great Bay National Wildlife Refuge hunting final rule 
        (EC3700) [18JN]
    ------Helium Program statistical and financial report (EC5249) 
        [23SE]
    ------Hopi Tribe abandoned mine land reclamation plan final rule 
        (EC3121) [21MY] (EC3159) [23MY]
    ------Illinois regulatory program final rule (EC3167) [23MY]
    ------impact of Compact of Free Association on U.S. territories, 
        commonwealths, and Hawaii report (EC5394) [30SE]
    ------importation, exportation, and transportation of wildlife 
        final rule (EC3595) [13JN]
    ------Indian country detention facilities and programs final rule 
        (EC3753) [20JN]
    ------Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act final 
        rule (EC2606) [29AP] (EC3825) [25JN]
    ------Indiana regulatory program final rule (EC3121) [21MY] 
        (EC3156, EC3163) [23MY]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3312) [4JN]
    ------leases, permits, and easements final rule (EC3754) [20JN]
    ------leasing systems report (EC2297) [26MR] (EC4710, EC4711) 
        [4SE]
    ------management plan, environmental impact statement and record 
        of decision for City of Rocks National Reserve (EC2486) [24AP]
    ------migratory bird hunting and conservation stamp contest final 
        rule (EC3049) [16MY]
    ------Missouri regulatory program final rule (EC3160, EC3161) 
        [23MY]
    ------National Historic Landmarks damage report (EC2760) [2MY]
    ------National Park Service and National Park System regulations 
        final rule (EC4197) [18JY]
    ------natural gas and oil leases report (EC2247) [13MR]
    ------natural resources damage assessment final rule (EC2754) 
        [2MY]
    ------New Mexico regulatory program final rule (EC3164) [23MY]
    ------Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge fishing final 
        rule (EC3701) [18JN]
    ------Oklahoma abandoned mine land reclamation plan final rule 
        (EC3162) [23MY]
    ------Outer Continental Shelf lease sales report (EC5339) [26SE]
    ------Outer Continental Shelf Natural Gas and Oil Leasing and 
        Production Program report (EC2039) [9FE]
    ------powerless flight final rule (EC3544) [12JN]
    ------Proposed 5-Year Outer Continental Shelf Leasing Program 
        report (EC4985) [10SE]
    ------public land subsistence management regulations final rule 
        (EC5038) [10SE]
    ------refund of excess royalty payments (EC1956) [23JA] (EC2021, 
        EC2022) [6FE] (EC2071) [20FE] (EC2098) [23FE] (EC2246) [13MR] 
        (EC2364, EC2365) [15AP] (EC2428) [19AP] (EC2761) [2MY] 
        (EC2888) [8MY] (EC4063) [10JY] (EC4096) [11JY] (EC4708, 
        EC4709) [4SE] (EC4976) [10SE] (EC5140) [16SE] (EC5402) [1OC]
    ------report (EC3539) [12JN]
    ------royalty management and delinquent account collection 
        activities report (EC4975) [10SE]
    ------royalty relief for producing leases and certain existing 
        leases in deep water final rule (EC3249) [30MY]
    ------San Sevaine Creek, CA, Water Project (EC3330, EC3331) [4JN]
    ------Smith River National Recreation Area final rule (EC2829) 
        [6MY]
    ------subsistence management regulations for public lands final 
        rule (EC4132) [12JY]
    ------surface mining reclamation and enforcement final rule 
        (EC4154, EC4155) [16JY] (EC4199, EC4200, EC4201, EC4202) 
        [18JY] (EC4477) [31JY] (EC4737, EC4738) [4SE] (EC4991, EC4992, 
        EC4993) [10SE] (EC5102) [12SE] (EC5477) [4OC]
    ------Texas regulatory program final rule (EC3121) [21MY] (EC3157) 
        [23MY] (EC3475) [10JN]
    ------tribal lands leasing for mineral development final rule 
        (EC3740) [19JN]
    ------Virginia regulatory program final rule (EC3166) [23MY]
    ------Youth Conservation Corps Program report (EC2974) [14MY]
    Dept. of the Navy: defense acquisition program report (EC2410) 
        [17AP]
    ------determination relative to use of other than competitive 
        procedures to award contract (EC3688, EC3689) [18JN]
    ------donation of aircraft to the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation 
        (EC2012) [6FE]
    ------joint tactical unmanned aerial vehicle-hunter and standard 
        missile unit cost threshold report (EC2409) [17AP]
    ------naturalization through active duty and completion of 
        applications in the Philippines legislation (EC4103) [11JY]
    ------notice of intent to offer grant transfer (EC2435, EC2436) 
        [23AP]
    ------outsourcing report (EC2522) [25AP]
    ------proposed renewal of lease of vessels to the Republic of 
        China (EC2254) [18MR]
    ------sale of the U.S.S. Affray, U.S.S. Fortify, and U.S.S. 
        Exultant to the Republic of China (EC1944) [23JA]
    ------sale of the U.S.S. Beaufort and the U.S.S. Brunswick to the 
        Republic of Korea (EC1946) [23JA]
    ------sale of the U.S.S. Edenton to Spain (EC1943) [23JA]
    ------sale of the U.S.S. James M. Gillis to Mexico (EC1945) [23JA]
    ------transfer of vessels by sale (EC2339) [15AP]
    Dept. of the Treasury: blocked persons and vessels final rule 
        (EC4638) [4SE]
    ------book-entry Treasury bills, notes, and bonds final rule 
        (EC5007) [10SE]
    ------bulletin (EC2142) [28FE] (EC3924) [27JN]
    ------cash management bill auction (EC2104) [23FE]
    ------civil service retirement and disability fund and FERS 
        operations and status report (EC4091) [11JY]
    ------Community Reinvestment Act regulations final rule (EC2801) 
        [6MY]
    ------Comptroller of the Currency enforcement actions report 
        (EC2652) [30AP]
    ------country of origin marking of certain imported articles and 
        containers of a NAFTA country legislation (EC3913) [27JN]
    ------delivery of checks and warrants to addresses outside the 
        U.S. final rule (EC4916) [10SE]
    ------Exchange Stabilization Fund report (EC5386) [30SE]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC3155) 
        [23MY]
    ------Federal process agents of surety companies final rule 
        (EC3414) [5JN]
    ------financial market risk reduction report (EC2544) [25AP]
    ------foreign assets control final rule (EC3899) [27JN] (EC4192, 
        EC4193) [18JY] (EC4639) [4SE]
    ------forfeiture fund report (EC3392) [5JN]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2259) [19MR]
    ------Government Securities Act regulations large position final 
        rule (EC5224) [19SE]
    ------Government securities broker report (EC5302) [25SE]
    ------information reporting and backup withholding final rule 
        (EC2955) [10MY]
    ------Inspector General report (EC2206) [7MR] (EC3739) [19JN]
    ------interest rate risk final rule (EC3811) [25JN]
    ------international banking activities final rule (EC2475) [24AP]
    ------IRS legislation (EC3608) [13JN]
    ------location of tobacco product vending machines (EC2289) [22MR]
    ------management of Federal agencies disbursements final rule 
        (EC4523) [2AU]
    ------management official interlocks final rule (EC4386) [26JY]
    ------marketable Treasury bills, notes, and bonds final rule 
        (EC4111) [11JY]

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    ------material violations or suspected material violations of 
        regulations report (EC5303) [25SE]
    ------Mexican economic situation report (EC1909) [4JA] (EC2013) 
        [6FE] (EC2148) [4MR] (EC2317) [29MR] (EC2694) [1MY] (EC3300) 
        [4JN] (EC4079) [11JY] (EC4514) [2AU] (EC4908) [10SE] (EC5454) 
        [4OC]
    ------Mint's numismatice public enterprise fund report (EC4431) 
        [30JY]
    ------national banks consumer complaints report (EC2135) [27FE]
    ------revenue procedure final rule (EC2459) [23AP]
    ------savings bonds and notes collection procedures update final 
        rule (EC4204) [18JY]
    ------suspension of sanctions against the Bosnian Serbs final rule 
        (EC3045) [16MY]
    ------suspension of U.S.-Canada free-trade agreements implementing 
        regulations final rule (EC2690) [30AP]
    ------Treasury Bulletin report (EC4530) [2AU]
    ------U.S. contribution to the replenishment of the Enhanced 
        Structural Adjustment Facility of the IMF legislation (EC2905) 
        [9MY]
    ------U.S. contribution to the replenishment of the African 
        Development Bank legislation (EC2904) [9MY]
    ------U.S. contribution to the replenishment of the International 
        Development Association legislation (EC2906) [9MY]
    ------U.S. participation in the Bank for Economic Cooperation and 
        Development in the Middle East and North Africa legislation 
        (EC2958) [10MY]
    ------Uniform Rules of Practice and Procedure report (EC2438) 
        [23AP]
    Dept. of Transportation: adoption of industry standards final rule 
        (EC3066) [16MY]
    ------advanced notice of arrivals, departures, and certain 
        dangerous cargoes final rule (EC5271) [23SE]
    ------advanced simulation plan revisions final rule (EC3678) 
        [17JN]
    ------Aerospatiale airworthiness directives final rule (EC2791) 
        [2MY]
    ------Airbus Industries airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC2504) [24AP] (EC2681) [30AP] (EC2732) [1MY] (EC3057) [16MY] 
        (EC3216, EC3221) [29MY] (EC3505) [10JN] (EC3557) [12JN] 
        (EC4029) [9JY] (EC4445, EC4448) [30JY] (EC4770) [4SE] (EC4850, 
        EC4877) [5SE] (EC4884, EC4885) [5SE] (EC5143) [16SE] (EC5438) 
        [3OC]
    ------aircraft engines new one-engine-inoperative ratings, 
        definitions, and type certification standards final rule 
        (EC3676) [17JN]
    ------Airport Improvement Program financing report (EC2307) [27MR]
    ------airport rates and charges final rule (EC3797) [24JN]
    ------airspace final rule (EC3017, EC3018, EC3019) [14MY] (EC3255) 
        [30MY] (EC3256) [30MY] (EC3600) [13JN] (EC3675) [17JN] 
        (EC3780, EC3781, EC3782, EC3783, EC3784, EC3785) [24JN] 
        (EC3786, EC3787, EC3788, EC3789) [24JN] (EC3835) [25JN] 
        (EC3837) [25JN] (EC3974, EC3975, EC3976) [8JY] (EC4009, 
        EC4013, EC4014) [9JY] (EC4106, EC4107, EC4108) [11JY] (EC4449) 
        [30JY] (EC4481, EC4482, EC4483, EC4484) [31JY] (EC4499, 
        EC4500) [1AU] (EC4746, EC4749, EC4750, EC4751, EC4752, EC4753, 
        EC4754, EC4755) [4SE] (EC4764, EC4765, EC4766, EC4774, EC4777, 
        EC4778, EC4779, EC4783, EC4784) [4SE] (EC4869, EC4870, EC4871) 
        [5SE] (EC5052) [10SE] (EC5146, EC5147, EC5148) [16SE] (EC5171, 
        EC5173) [17SE] (EC5256, EC5257, EC5258, EC5259, EC5260, 
        EC5261) [23SE]
    ------airworthiness directives final rule (EC3836, EC3838) [25JN] 
        (EC4501) [1AU]
    ------Albany, NY, Empire State Regatta safety zone regulations 
        final rule (EC3273) [30MY]
    ------Alliance, Salem, and Youngstown, OH, airspace final rule 
        (EC2767) [2MY]
    ------AlliedSignal, Inc., airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC2926) [9MY] (EC3604) [13JN] (EC3800) [24JN] (EC4773) [4SE] 
        (EC5144) [16SE]
    ------Allison airworthiness directives final rule (EC5145) [16SE]
    ------alteration of V-268 final rule (EC3793) [24JN]
    ------alternative fuel vehicles manufacturing incentives final 
        rule (EC2546) [29AP]
    ------American Champion Aircraft Corp., airworthiness directives 
        final rule (EC4873) [5SE] (EC5176) [17SE]
    ------Anchorage, AK, airspace final rule (EC2680) [30AP]
    ------Anoka, MN, airspace final rule (EC3549) [12JN]
    ------Anti-Deficiency Act violation (EC4294) [24JY] (EC4900) 
        [10SE]
    ------appropriations legislation (EC2437) [23AP]
    ------approval, exemption, registration, and reporting procedures 
        final rule (EC5344) [26SE]
    ------Artesia, NM, airspace final rule (EC3480) [10JN]
    ------Ashley River, Charleston, SC, anchorage areas final rule 
        (EC4759) [4SE]
    ------Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, FL, drawbridge operation 
        regulations final rule (EC3556) [12JN]
    ------Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, NC, drawbridge operation 
        regulations final rule (EC3706) [18JN]
    ------Auburn, CA, airspace final rule (EC2612) [29AP]
    ------audits of State and local governments final rule (EC2917) 
        [9MY]
    ------Augusta, GA, special local regulations final rule (EC2496) 
        [24AP] (EC3418) [5JN]
    ------Automotive Fuel Economy Program report (EC2347) [15AP]
    ------Aviat Aircraft, Inc., airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC2769) [2MY] (EC3061) [16MY] (EC3499) [10JN] (EC4027) [9JY]
    ------aviation economic regulations updates and corrections final 
        rule (EC3669) [17JN]
    ------aviation economic rules final rule (EC2458) [23AP]
    ------Baker, MT, airspace final rule (EC3598) [13JN]
    ------Beaufort, SC, water festival special local regulations final 
        rule (EC3419) [5JN]
    ------Beech Aircraft Corp., airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC2787) [2MY] (EC3264) [30MY] (EC3355) [4JN] (EC3558, EC3559) 
        [12JN] (EC4767, EC4768) [4SE] (EC4851) [5SE] (EC4883) [5SE]
    ------Belen, NM, airspace final rule (EC3344) [4JN]
    ------Bell Helicopter Textron, Inc., airworthiness directives 
        final rule (EC2507) [24AP] (EC3012) [14MY] (EC4865, EC4866, 
        EC4867, EC4874) [5SE]
    ------Bellanca, Inc. airworthiness directives final rule (EC4882) 
        [5SE]
    ------Bigfork, MN, airspace final rule (EC2855) [7MY]
    ------Boeing airworthiness directives final rule (EC2508, EC2515) 
        [24AP] (EC2628) [29AP] (EC2927) [9MY] (EC3011) [14MY] (EC3217) 
        [29MY] (EC4019, EC4025, EC4030, EC4031) [9JY] (EC4447) [30JY] 
        (EC4479) [31JY] (EC4780, EC4781, EC4782) [4SE] (EC4855) [5SE] 
        (EC5174) [17SE] (EC5254) [23SE] (EC5436) [3OC]
    ------Bombardier airworthiness directives final rule (EC5269) 
        [23SE]
    ------Boone, IA, airspace final rule (EC3550) [12JN]
    ------Boston, MA, harbor regulated navigation area final rule 
        (EC3207) [29MY]
    ------Brackedtt Aircraft Co., airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC2683) [30AP]
    ------British Aerospace airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC2790) [2MY] (EC4480) [31JY]
    ------Brownfield, TX, airspace final rule (EC3340) [4JN]
    ------bulk cargo vessels operating-differential subsidy final rule 
        (EC3870) [27JN]
    ------Burkhart Grob Luft-und Raumfahrt airworthiness directives 
        final rule (EC5264) [23SE]
    ------Camp Guernsey, WY, airspace final rule (EC2931) [9MY]
    ------Camp Lejune, NC, Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway safety zone 
        final rule (EC2624) [29AP]
    ------Canadair airworthiness directives final rule (EC3500) [10JN]
    ------capital leases final rule (EC3063) [16MY]
    ------cargo preference--available U.S.-flag commercial vessels 
        final rule (EC3039) [16MY]
    ------Carlsbad, NM, airspace final rule (EC3343) [4JN]
    ------Cessna Aircraft Co., airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC2502) [24AP] (EC2762) [2MY] (EC3565) [12JN] (EC3677) [17JN]
    ------change in using agency of restricted areas final rule 
        (EC3795) [24JN]
    ------Charleston, SC, boating safety parade special local 
        regulation final rule (EC2919) [9MY]
    ------Chesapeake Bay, Hampton Roads, Elizabeth River, Norfolk, VA, 
        safety zone final rule (EC3555) [12JN]
    ------child restraint systems final rule (EC3335) [4JN] (EC3693) 
        [18JN]
    ------civil penalties for FAA security violations enforcement 
        procedures final rule (EC4862) [5SE]
    ------Civil Tiltroter Development Advisory Committee report 
        (EC5064) [10SE]
    ------Clerksville, VA, airspace final rule (EC2630) [29AP]
    ------Coast Guard Base, Miami, FL, security zone regulations final 
        rule (EC3487) [10JN]
    ------Coast Guard Board for Correction of Military Records 
        procedural regulation final rule (EC2965) [14MY]
    ------Coast Guard enforced penalty provisions appendix removal 
        final rule (EC2620) [29AP]
    ------commercial driver's license program and controlled 
        substances and alcohol use and testing final rule (EC2642) 
        [29AP]
    ------commercial feasibility of high-speed ground transportation 
        report (EC5002) [10SE]
    ------Constructiones Aeronautics airworthiness directives final 
        rule (EC2499) [24AP] (EC2780) [2MY]
    ------COTP Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA, final rule (EC2778) [2MY]
    ------de Havilland airworthiness directives final rule (EC2768, 
        EC2783, EC2784) [2MY] (EC3220) [29MY] (EC3977) [8JY] (EC5053) 
        [10SE] (EC5179) [17SE] (EC5437) [3OC]
    ------Delaware Bay, Delaware River, and Salem River, NJ, safety 
        zone regulations final rule (EC3271) [30MY]
    ------Deming, NM, airspace final rule (EC3342) [4JN]
    ------Diamond Aircraft Industries, Inc., airplanes airworthiness 
        directives final rule (EC2682) [30AP]
    ------docket revised filing procedures final rule (EC3666) [17JN]
    ------domestic, flag, supplemental, commuter, and on-demand 
        operations operating requirements final rule (EC3597) [13JN]
    ------Dornier airworthiness directives final rule (EC2510) [24AP] 
        (EC2788) [2MY] (EC2793) [2MY] (EC3560, EC3564) [12JN] (EC3907) 
        [27JN]
    ------Dumas, TX, airspace final rule (EC3339) [4JN]
    ------Ebey Slough, WA, drawbridge operation regulations final rule 
        (EC4505) [1AU]
    ------Effectiveness of Occupant Protection Systems and Their Use 
        report (EC2054) [13FE]
    ------elderly and persons with disabilities final rule (EC2774) 
        [2MY]
    ------electric engineering requirements for Coast Guard merchant 
        vessels final rule (EC3277) [30MY]
    ------Electronic Filing of International Air Passenger Service 
        Rules final rule (EC2452) [23AP]
    ------Elizabeth and York Rivers, VA, safety zone final rule 
        (EC2491) [24AP] (EC2625) [29AP]
    ------Elkins, WV, airspace final rule (EC2614) [29AP]
    ------Ellicott Bay, WA, National Maritime Week Tugboat Races final 
        rule (EC2626) [29AP]
    ------emergency notice of enforcement policy final rule (EC3257) 
        [30MY]
    ------Empresa Brasileira de Aeronautica airworthiness directives 
        final rule (EC2781, EC2782) [2MY]
    ------equal employment opportunity on Federal and Federal-aid 
        construction contracts final rule (EC2512) [24AP]
    ------establishment of Federal colored airway final rule (EC3599) 
        [13JN]

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    ------Eurocopter Deutschland airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC2511) [24AP]
    ------exemption, approval, registration, and reporting procedures 
        final rule (EC2933) [9MY]
    ------exemptions from Federal motor carrier safety regulations 
        final rule (EC2644) [29AP]
    ------FAA appropriations legislation (EC2957) [10MY]
    ------FAA continued rotation and rotor locking tests and vibration 
        final rule (EC3334) [4JN]
    ------FAA legislation (EC2278) [20MR]
    ------FAA restricted area designation final rule (EC4018) [9JY]
    ------Fairchild airworthiness directives final rule (EC2786) [2MY] 
        (EC4410) [26JY] (EC5149) [16SE] (EC5441) [3OC]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC1902) 
        [3JA]
    ------Federal motor vehicle safety standards final rule (EC3232, 
        EC3276) [30MY] (EC3379) [5JN]
    ------Federal Railroad Administration hours of service final rule 
        (EC3486) [10JN]
    ------Federal-aid project authorization final rule (EC4024) [9JY] 
        (EC4169) [17JY]
    ------final rules (EC3204) [29MY]
    ------financial obligations relative to construction, 
        reconstruction, or reconditioning of eligible export vessels 
        report (EC2403) [16AP]
    ------Fire Island, NY, lighthouse fireworks display safety zone 
        final rule (EC2918) [9MY]
    ------first and fifth district boundaries, marine inspections, and 
        port zone boundaries final rule (EC2619) [29AP]
    ------flight simulator use final rule (EC4026) [9JY]
    ------Flight Trails Helicopters, Inc., airworthiness directives 
        final rule (EC2506) [24AP]
    ------Flugtechnik airworthiness directives final rule (EC2770) 
        [2MY] (EC3803) [24JN]
    ------Fokker airworthiness directives final rule (EC2497, EC2498) 
        [24AP] (EC2785) [2MY] (EC3354) [4JN] (EC3561, EC3566) [12JN] 
        (EC3798, EC3799) [24JN] (EC4757) [4SE] (EC3908) [27JN] 
        (EC4023, EC4028) [9JY] (EC4446) [30JY] (EC5265, EC5266, 
        EC5267) [23SE] (EC5439) [3OC]
    ------Fort Devens, MA, change in using agency for certain 
        restricted areas final rule (EC2856) [7MY]
    ------Fort Myers Beach, FL, special local regulations final rule 
        (EC3417) [5JN]
    ------Fort Rucker, AL, restricted area subdivision final rule 
        (EC3674) [17JN]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2233) [12MR]
    ------Gainesville, TX, airspace final rule (EC3351) [4JN]
    ------Galliano, LA, airspace final rule (EC3346) [4JN]
    ------gas pipeline safety standards final rule (EC3707) [18JN]
    ------Gates Learjet airworthiness directives final rule (EC5175) 
        [17SE]
    ------General Electric, Co., airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC4776) [4SE]
    ------general material requirements warranty clauses final rule 
        (EC2516) [24AP]
    ------general rulemaking procedures miscellaneous amendments final 
        rule (EC2641) [29AP]
    ------Georgetown, SC, Sampit River harborwalk boat race special 
        local regulations final rule (EC3490) [10JN]
    ------Georgia special anchorage areas final rule (EC2621) [29AP]
    ------grade crossing signal system final rule (EC3796) [24JN]
    ------Great Lakes load line certificate extension final rule 
        (EC4184) [17JY]
    ------Great Lakes pilotage methodology final rule (EC2916) [9MY]
    ------Greenwood Lake, NJ, powerboat race safety zone final rule 
        (EC3024) [14MY]
    ------Guthrie, TX, airspace final rule (EC3482) [10JN]
    ------Guymon, OK, airspace final rule (EC3479) [10JN]
    ------Hamilton propellers standard models final rule
    ------Hamilton Standard airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC2500) [24AP] (EC2639) [29AP] (EC4758) [4SE]
    ------Hartzell Propeller, Inc., airworthiness directives final 
        rule (EC4786) [4SE] (EC5255) [23SE]
    ------hazardous material elimination regulations final rule 
        (EC2733) [1MY]
    ------hazardous materials transportation regulations final rule 
        (EC4760) [4SE] (EC5343, EC5347) [26SE]
    ------Hellenikon International Airport, Athens, Greece report 
        (EC2310) [27MR]
    ------Hettinger, ND, airspace final rule (EC2635) [29AP]
    ------high altitude operation of subsonic transport airplanes 
        final rule (EC3495) [10JN]
    ------high-theft vehicle lines final rule (EC2547) [29AP]
    ------highway design standards final rule (EC2517) [24AP]
    ------highway discretionary funds regulations final rule (EC4886) 
        [5SE]
    ------Highway Safety Program standards final rule (EC3552) [12JN] 
        (EC5032) [10SE]
    ------highway traffic and construction noise abatement final rule 
        (EC5031) [10SE]
    ------Hobbs, NM, airspace final rule (EC3341) [4JN]
    ------Hollister, CA, air space final rule (EC2950) [10MY]
    ------Hondo, TX, airspace final rule (EC3352) [4JN]
    ------I.A.M. Rinaldo Piaggio, Inc., emergency exit door 
        airworthiness directives final rule (EC2772) [2MY]
    ------ICC report (EC2915) [9MY]
    ------IFR altitudes final rule (EC2616, EC2631) [29AP], (EC3336) 
        [4JN] (EC4485) [31JY] (EC4745) [4SE] (EC5262) [23SE]
    ------implementation plan final rule (EC5304) [25SE]
    ------incentive grant criteria for alcohol traffic safety programs 
        final rule (EC2684) [30AP]
    ------Industrie Aeronautiche airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC5178) [17SE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC2120) [27FE] (EC2140) [28FE] 
        (EC4284) [23JY]
    ------Intelligent Transportation Systems Program report (EC2209) 
        [7MR]
    ------interlocking relationships between an air carrier and a 
        person controlling another air carrier final rule (EC3667) 
        [17JN]
    ------International Atomic Energy Agency hazardous materials 
        transportation regulations final rule (EC2923) [9MY]
    ------Israel Aircraft Industries airworthiness directives final 
        rule (EC3263) [30MY]
    ------Jackson, CA, airspace final rule (EC2766) [2MY]
    ------jet route final rule (EC4011, EC4020) [9JY] (EC4105) [11JY]
    ------Jetstream airworthiness directives final rule (EC2503) 
        [24AP] (EC2764, EC2789, EC2792) [2MY] (EC3013) [14MY] (EC3213, 
        EC3214) [29MY] (EC3504) [10JN] (EC4775, EC3802) [24JN] 
        (EC3905, EC3906) [27JN] (EC4775) [4SE] (EC4853) [5SE] (EC5181) 
        [17SE] (EC5435, EC5440) [3OC]
    ------John Day, OR, airspace final rule (EC2930) [9MY]
    ------John F. Kennedy (vessel) Fleet Week safety zone final rule 
        (EC3022) [14MY]
    ------Jonesport, ME, world's fastest lobster boat race special 
        local regulation final rule (EC2921) [9MY]
    ------K.I. Sawyer AFB, MI, removal of class D airspace final rule 
        (EC3259) [30MY]
    ------Kennewick, WA, Columbia Unlimited Hydroplane Races local 
        regulations final rule (EC2777) [2MY]
    ------Key West, FL, super boat race special local regulation final 
        rule (EC2922) [9MY]
    ------laboratory certification requirements final rule (EC4487) 
        [31JY]
    ------Lake Erie safety zone final rule (EC3488) [10JN]
    ------Lake Winnebago, MO, airspace final rule (EC2610) [29AP]
    ------Lake Worth, FL, special local regulations final rule 
        (EC2495) [24AP]
    ------Las Vegas, NM, airspace final rule (EC3338) [4JN]
    ------Las Vegas, NV, airspace final rule (EC3601) [13JN]
    ------Learjet Aircraft airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC3219) [29MY] (EC4872) [5SE]
    ------lifesaving equipment final rule (EC2934) [9MY]
    ------light truck average fuel economy standard final rule 
        (EC2548) [29AP]
    ------Little Potato Slough drawbridge operation final rule 
        (EC2492) [24AP]
    ------Livingston, TX, airspace final rule (EC3348) [4JN]
    ------load line certificate final rule (EC4021) [9JY]
    ------Lockheed Corp., airworthiness directives final rule (EC2514) 
        [24AP] (EC3562) [12JN] (EC3602) [13JN] (EC4852) [5SE]
    ------Long Beach Harbor, CA, safety zone final rule (EC3065) 
        [16MY]
    ------Louisiana special anchorage areas final rule (EC2622) [29AP]
    ------Lower Grand River, LA, drawbridge operation final rule 
        (EC5169) [17SE]
    ------maintenance and preventive maintenance revisions final rule 
        (EC2765) [2MY]
    ------management report (EC4970) [10SE]
    ------Manchester Harbor, MA, drawbridge operation regulations 
        final rule (EC2727) [1MY]
    ------manned free balloon burner testing airworthiness standards 
        final rule (EC2636) [29AP]
    ------Maritime Administration report (EC2748) [2MY]
    ------maritime terrorism report (EC3683) [17JN]
    ------Marshall, TX, airspace final rule (EC3347) [4JN]
    ------Maule Aerospace Technologies, Inc. airworthiness directives 
        final rule (EC2859) [7MY]
    ------McDonnell Douglas airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC2501, EC2505) [24AP] (EC2932) [9MY] (EC3014, EC3015) [14MY] 
        (EC3058, EC3059, EC3060) [16MY] (EC3218) [29MY] (EC3265, 
        EC3266) [30MY] (EC3356) [4JN] (EC3496, EC3498, EC3501) [10JN] 
        (EC3801) [24JN] (EC4015, EC4017) [9JY] (EC4443, EC4444) [30JY] 
        (EC4771, EC4772) [4SE] (EC4878) [5SE] (EC5182) [17SE]
    ------Medals of Honor final rule (EC2453) [23AP]
    ------Mena, AR, airspace final rule (EC3345) [4JN]
    ------metric conversion of national standards for traffic control 
        devices final rule (EC3492) [10JN]
    ------Miami Beach, FL, Super Boat Race special local regulations 
        final rule (EC3272) [30MY]
    ------Midlothian-Waxahaclie, TX, airspace final rule (EC3349) 
        [4JN]
    ------Missouri airspace final rules (EC3494) [10JN]
    ------modernization of examination methods final rule (EC5030) 
        [10SE]
    ------Mooney Aircraft Corp. airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC2638) [29AP]
    ------motor carrier safety regulations final rule (EC5003) [10SE]
    ------motor vehicle air brake systems final rule (EC4489) [31JY]
    ------motor vehicle brake hoses final rule (EC4596) [4SE]
    ------motor vehicle compressed natural gas fuel containers final 
        rule (EC2728) [1MY]
    ------motor vehicle content labeling final rule (EC4887) [5SE]
    ------motor vehicle door locks and retention components final rule 
        (EC4451) [30JY]
    ------motor vehicle fuel system integrity final rule (EC2730) 
        [1MY]
    ------motor vehicle glazing materials final rule (EC4595) [4SE]
    ------motor vehicle hydraulic brake systems final rule (EC2731) 
        [1MY]
    ------motor vehicle lamps and reflective devices final rule 
        (EC4597) [4SE] (EC4861) [5SE] (EC5156) [17SE]
    ------motor vehicle replacement light safety standards final rule 
        (EC2699) [1MY]

[[Page 3032]]

    ------motor vehicle safety standards final rule (EC5049) [10SE]
    ------motor vehicle seatbelt assemblies and child restraint 
        systems safety standards final rule (EC2698) [1MY] (EC2845) 
        [7MY]
    ------motor vehicle wheel nuts, wheel discs, and hub caps final 
        rule (EC2755) [2MY]
    ------Nacote Creek, NJ, drawbridge operation regulations final 
        rule (EC3671) [17JN]
    ------Narragansett, RI, Swim the Bay special local regulation 
        final rule (EC3209) [29MY]
    ------National Capital Airports final rule (EC2776) [2MY]
    ------National Highway Traffic Safety Administration legislation 
        (EC4521) [2AU]
    ------national security information final rule (EC2454) [23AP]
    ------New England region airspace final rule (EC3205) [29MY]
    ------New London, CT, Harvard-Yale regatta special local 
        regulations final rule (EC2924) [9MY]
    ------New Piper Aircraft, Inc., airworthiness directives final 
        rule (EC2773) [2MY] (EC3055, EC3056, EC3062) [16MY] (EC3215) 
        [29MY]
    ------noncomplying motor vehicles improvement report (EC4214) 
        [18JY]
    ------North Kingston, RI, quonset open house special local 
        regulation final rule (EC3064) [16MY], (EC3210) [29MY]
    ------NTSB recommendations report (EC3054) [16MY]
    ------obligation guarantees program administration final rule 
        (EC2869) [8MY]
    ------Offutt AFB, NE, airspace final rule (EC3260) [30MY]
    ------Ohio River safety zone final rule (EC3489) [10JN]
    ------oil spill prevention and response plans final rule (EC3708) 
        [18JN] (EC4324) [25JY]
    ------oil tanker routing evaluation (EC2298) [26MR]
    ------passenger vessels and terminals security final rule (EC4160) 
        [16JY]
    ------payment of attorneys fees final rule (EC3665) [17JN]
    ------performance-oriented packaging standards final rule (EC5342) 
        [26SE]
    ------periodic inspection and testing of cylinders final rule 
        (EC3274) [30MY] (EC5345) [26SE]
    ------petitions for rulemaking final rule (EC3672) [17JN]
    ------petroleum and special programs administration final rule 
        (EC3211) [29MY]
    ------Piaggio airworthiness directives final rule (EC5054) [10SE]
    ------Pilatus Britten-Norman Ltd., airworthiness directives final 
        rule (EC4868) [5SE]
    ------pipeline safety program procedures final rule (EC2729) 
        [1MY], (EC3268) [30MY], (EC3491) [10JN]
    ------pipeline safety rulemaking procedures final rule (EC5405) 
        [1OC]
    ------Piper Aircraft, Inc., airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC3503) [10JN] (EC4756) [4SE]
    ------policies relative to accounts and reports final rule 
        (EC3668) [17JN]
    ------policies relative to rulemaking proceedings final rule 
        (EC3493) [10JN]
    ------Port of Miami high-level bridge demonstration project report 
        (EC2102) [23FE]
    ------Port of New York and New Jersey Fleet Week Parade of Ships 
        safety zone final rule (EC3023) [14MY]
    ------Pratt & Whitney airworthiness directives final rule (EC4109) 
        [11JY] (EC4266) [22JY] (EC4408) [26JY] (EC4863) [5SE] (EC5177) 
        [17SE] (EC5442) [3OC]
    ------procedures for changes in helicoper type design to attach or 
        remove external equipment final rule (EC2858) [7MY]
    ------products used for airport pavement maintenance and 
        rehabilitation report (EC3170) [23MY]
    ------prohibition against certain flights within the territory and 
        airspace of Afghanistan final rule (EC3016) [14MY]
    ------protective breathing equipment final rule (EC4849) [5SE]
    ------Public Transit Program operating assistance grants and 
        capital adjustments legislation (EC4529) [2AU]
    ------qualification of drivers relative to vision and diabetes 
        final rule (EC2643) [29AP]
    ------railroad accident reporting final rule (EC3673) [17JN]
    ------Raytheon Aircraft Co., airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC4769) [4SE]
    ------rebuilt vessel determinations final rule (EC2494) [24AP]
    ------Red River, LA, drawbridge operation regulations final rule 
        (EC4507) [1AU]
    ------Redwood National Park bypass demonstration project report 
        (EC3833) [25JN]
    ------regattas and marine parades interim rule (EC3834) [25JN]
    ------regulated navigation area final rule (EC4326, EC4327) [25JY] 
        (EC4504) [1AU]
    ------regulatory reform legislation (EC2376) [15AP]
    ------release of internal CAB staff meeting memorandums final rule 
        (EC2457) [23AP]
    ------Remote Alcohol Testing Program for Pilots report (EC2368) 
        [15AP]
    ------reorganization of Coast Guard areas and districts, and 
        marine inspection and captain of the port zones final rule 
        (EC3670) [17JN]
    ------Research and Special Programs Administration final rule 
        (EC4271, EC4272, EC4273, EC4274) [22JY]
    ------Reserve, LA, airspace final rule (EC3350) [4JN]
    ------restructuring of cylinder specifications requirements final 
        rule (EC3212) [29MY]
    ------revision of miscellaneous hazardous materials regulations 
        final rule (EC3275) [30MY]
    ------revision of State Participation Program final rule (EC3270) 
        [30MY]
    ------revision to special local regulation final rule (EC3208) 
        [29MY]
    ------Rice Lake, WI, airspace final rule (EC2613) [29AP]
    ------Richlands, VA, airspace final rule (EC2857) [7MY]
    ------Right-of-Way Program administration removal of obsolete and 
        redundant regulations final rule (EC2609) [29AP]
    ------Robinson Helicopter Co., airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC2771) [2MY] (EC3261, EC3262) [30MY]
    ------Rolls-Royce airworthiness directives final rule (EC3605) 
        [13JN] (EC4265) [22JY]
    ------rotorcraft regulatory changes based on European joint 
        aviation requirements final report (EC2929) [9MY]
    ------rules of procedure for invoking sanctions under the Highway 
        Safety Act final rule (EC3553) [12JN]
    ------Saab airworthiness directives final rule (EC4876) [5SE] 
        (EC2629, EC2634) [29AP] (EC2779) [2MY] (EC3267) [30MY] 
        (EC4854) [5SE] (EC5180) [17SE]
    ------safety belts and motorcycle helmets benefits report (EC2136) 
        [27FE]
    ------safety equipment for towing vessels final rule (EC3967) 
        [8JY]
    ------safety zone final rule (EC4328) [25JY] (EC4343, EC4344, 
        EC4345, EC4346, EC4347, EC4348, EC4349, EC4350, EC4351, 
        EC4352, EC4353, EC4354, EC4360, EC4361, EC4362, EC4363) [25JY] 
        (EC4365, EC4367, EC4368, EC4369, EC4370, EC4371, EC4372, 
        EC4373, EC4374, EC4375, EC4376, EC4377, EC4378, EC4379, 
        EC4380, EC4381, EC4382) [25JY] (EC4488) [31JY] (EC4508) [1AU] 
        (EC5051) [10SE] (EC5404) [1OC]
    ------Saginaw River, MI, drawbridge operation regulations final 
        rule (EC2920) [9MY] (EC4502) [1AU]
    ------San Francisco Bay, CA, safety zone final rule (EC3554) 
        [12JN]
    ------San Leondro Bay drawbridge operation final rule (EC2493) 
        [24AP]
    ------Santa Fe, NM, airspace final rule (EC3353) [4JN]
    ------Savannah, GA, safety/security zone regulations final rule 
        (EC2608) [29AP]
    ------seaway regulations and rules amendments final rule (EC2775) 
        [2MY]
    ------security zone final rule (EC4159) [16JY] (EC4355, EC4356, 
        EC4357, EC4358, EC4359, EC4364) [25JY] (EC4366) [25JY]
    ------Sensenich Propeller Manufacturing Co., airworthiness 
        directives final rule (EC2925) [9MY]
    ------Seymour, TX, airspace final rule (EC3478) [10JN]
    ------Short Brothers airworthiness directives final rule (EC2763) 
        [2MY]
    ------signal and train control final rule (EC4110) [11JY]
    ------Sikorsky Aircraft airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC4267) [22JY]
    ------Snohomish River, WA, drawbridge operation regulations final 
        rule (EC4506) [1AU]
    ------SOCATA Groupe AERO-SPATIALE TBM airworthiness directives 
        final rule (EC5263) [23SE]
    ------Societe Nationale Industrielle Aerospatiale and Eurocopter 
        France helicopters airworthiness directives (EC2633) [29AP]
    ------Soncra, TX, airspace final rule (EC3483) [10JN]
    ------South Carolina special anchorage areas final rule (EC2621) 
        [29AP]
    ------special local regulations final rule (EC3777, EC3778, 
        EC3779) [24JN] (EC3969, EC3970, EC3971, EC3972, EC3973) [8JY] 
        (EC4158) [16JY] (EC4329, EC4330, EC4331, EC4332, EC4333) 
        [25JY] (EC4334, EC4335, EC4336, EC4337, EC4338, EC4339, 
        EC4340, EC4341, EC4342) [25JY] (EC4503) [1AU] (EC4598, EC4599) 
        [4SE] (EC4856) [5SE] (EC4857, EC4858, EC4859) [5SE] (EC5029, 
        EC5050) [10SE]
    ------special use airspace technical amendment final rule (EC3258) 
        [30MY]
    ------St. Lawrence Seaway legislation (EC4279) [22JY]
    ------stability and control of vehicles final rule (EC5170) [17SE] 
        (EC5270) [23SE]
    ------staff assignments and review of actions final rule (EC2456) 
        [23AP]
    ------standard instrument approach procedures final rule (EC2509, 
        EC2513, EC2518) [24AP] (EC2617, EC2637, EC2640) [29AP] 
        (EC2678, EC2679) [30AP] (EC3198, EC3199, EC3200, EC3201, 
        EC3202, EC3203) [29MY] (EC3484, EC3485) [10JN] (EC3790, 
        EC3791, EC3792) [24JN] (EC4010, EC4012, EC4016) [9JY] (EC4747, 
        EC4748, EC4761, EC4762, EC4763) [4SE] (EC4879, EC4880, EC4881) 
        [5SE] (EC5172) [17SE] (EC5346) [26SE]
    ------State infrastructure bank improvement legislation (EC3093) 
        [20MY]
    ------statistics report (EC5484) [4OC]
    ------Stevensville, MD, airspace final rule (EC2611) [29AP]
    ------subdivision of restricted areas final rule (EC3794) [24JN]
    ------substance abuse professional definition final rule (EC4486) 
        [31JY]
    ------Tallulah, LA, airspace final rule (EC3337) [4JN]
    ------tanker inspection standards report (EC3010) [14MY]
    ------tanker navigation equipment, systems, and procedures report 
        (EC2369) [15AP]
    ------tanker navigation safety standards, crew qualifications and 
        training report (EC2280) [21MR]
    ------tanker navigation safety standards and size/capacity trend 
        analysis reports (EC2130) [27FE]
    ------tanker navigation safety standards report (EC2890) [8MY] 
        (EC5001, EC5048) [10SE]
    ------tanker simulator training report (EC2281) [21MR]
    ------technical amendment to transportation of hazardous materials 
        regulations final rule (EC2854) [7MY]
    ------technical and conforming amendments and organizational and 
        editorial changes final rule (EC3968) [8JY], (EC5406) [1OC]

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    ------Teledyne Continental Motors airworthiness directives final 
        rule (EC3603, EC3605) [13JN] (EC4785) [4SE]
    ------temporary prohibition of oxygen generators as cargo in 
        passenger aircraft final rule (EC3206) [29MY]
    ------Textron Lycoming airworthiness directives final rule 
        (EC3497) [10JN] (EC3563) [12JN] (EC4864) [5SE]
    ------tire standards final rule (EC5028) [10SE]
    ------tourist railroads regulatory actions report (EC4742) [4SE]
    ------training and qualification requirements check for airmen and 
        flight instructors final rule (EC3679) [17JN]
    ------transition to quieter airplanes progress report (EC5380) 
        [28SE]
    ------transport category rotorcraft perfomance airworthiness 
        directives final rule (EC2928) [9MY]
    ------transportation for individuals with disabilities final rule 
        (EC3020) [14MY] (EC3269) [30MY]
    ------transportation of hazardous materials by rail final rule 
        (EC3416) [5JN]
    ------Twin Commander Aircraft Corp., airworthiness directives 
        final rule (EC3502) [10JN]
    ------U.S. public ports status report (EC5409) [2OC] (EC5434) 
        [3OC]
    ------Upper New York Bay National Ethnic Coalition of 
        Organizations fireworks final rule (EC3021) [14MY]
    ------use of official seal final rule (EC2455) [23AP]
    ------use of safety belts and motorcycle helmets final rule 
        (EC3551) [12JN]
    ------Vancouver, WA, airspace final rule (EC2632) [29AP]
    ------Vancouver, WA, Fourth of July fireworks display safety zone 
        regulations final rule (EC2618) [29AP]
    ------vehicle identification number requirements final rule 
        (EC3380) [5JN]
    ------vehicle safety standards final rule (EC4022) [9JY] (EC4146) 
        [16JY] (EC4183) [17JY]
    ------vessel traffic service area final rule (EC4860) [5SE]
    ------Victoria, TX, airspace final rule (EC3481) [10JN]
    ------Weatherly Aviation Co., Inc., airworthiness directives final 
        rule (EC5268) [23SE]
    ------West Point, VA, Pamunkey River drawbridge operations final 
        rule (EC2627) [29AP]
    ------Wilmington, NC, Smith Creek safety zone final rule (EC2623) 
        [29AP]
    ------workplace drug and alcohol testing final rule (EC4325) 
        [25JY]
    ------Yakima Firing Center, WV, reconfiguration of restricted area 
        final rule (EC2615) [29AP]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: acquisition regulations final rule 
        (EC2863) [7MY] (EC5486) [4OC]
    ------active duty educational assistance program report (EC2432) 
        [19AP]
    ------appeals regulations, rules of practice final rule (EC4789) 
        [4SE]
    ------autopsies final rule (EC3508) [10JN]
    ------benefits for children of Vietnam veterans with spina bifida 
        legislation (EC4426) [29JY]
    ------compensation for disability resulting from hospitalization, 
        treatment, examination, or vocational rehabilitation final 
        rule (EC3141) [22MY]
    ------delegation of authority final rule (EC2834) [6MY] (EC3280) 
        [30MY]
    ------educational assistance technical amendments final rule 
        (EC2902) [9MY]
    ------educational assistance for members of the selected reserve 
        final rule (EC3432, EC3433) [6JN]
    ------educational assistance programs and Service Members 
        Occupational Conversion and Training Program final rule 
        (EC3607) [13JN]
    ------elimination of unnecessary provisions relating to 
        representation, witnesses, and access to records final rule 
        (EC3420) [5JN]
    ------employment reduction assistance legislation (EC5330) [25SE]
    ------equitable relief report (EC2372) [15AP]
    ------exemption of medical personnel from restrictions on 
        remunerated outside professional activities legislation 
        (EC2132) [27FE]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2420) 
        [18AP]
    ------fibromyalgia in schedule for rating disabilities final rule 
        (EC2860) [7MY]
    ------gender policy for publications and other communications 
        final rule (EC3281) [30MY]
    ------Government life insurance final rule (EC3446) [7JN]
    ------Health Resources Sharing and Emergency Operations Act report 
        (EC2105) [23FE]
    ------health status of spouses and children of Persian Gulf 
        Conflict veterans report (EC2404) [16AP]
    ------information law final rule (EC3568) [12JN]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3400) [5JN]
    ------inventions by employees final rule (EC3681) [17JN]
    ------investigation regulations final rule (EC3567) [12JN]
    ------life insurance final rule (EC3841) [25JN]
    ------loan guaranty final rule (EC3358) [4JN]
    ------Loan Guaranty Program and Vocational Rehabilitation and 
        Counseling Program acquisition regulations final rule (EC2833) 
        [6MY]
    ------medical nonsubstantive miscellaneous changes final report 
        (EC2936) [9MY]
    ------Medicare reimbursement for health-care services legislation 
        (EC4808) [4SE]
    ------miscellaneous adjudication regulations final rule (EC2891) 
        [8MY]
    ------mortgage life insurance final rule (EC3421) [5JN]
    ------national cemeteries final rule (EC3279) [30MY]
    ------national cemetery system legislation (EC3909) [27JN]
    ------operation of golf courses on real property legislation 
        (EC3842) [25JN]
    ------Part-Time Career Employment Program final rule (EC4411) 
        [26JY]
    ------post-Vietnam era veterans educational assistance final rule 
        (EC3507) [10JN]
    ------reestablishng rulemaking procedures final rule (EC3979) 
        [8JY]
    ------removal of references to ``vicious habits'' final rule 
        (EC2862) [7MY]
    ------report (EC2794) [2MY]
    ------schedule for rating disabilities final rule (EC3142) [22MY] 
        (EC4452) [30JY] (EC5006) [10SE] (EC5485) [4OC]
    ------servicemen's and veterans' group life insurance final rule 
        (EC2835) [6MY]
    ------single member and panel decisions appeals regulations rules 
        of practice final rule (EC2861) [7MY]
    ------soldiers' and sailors' civil relief final rule (EC3445) 
        [7JN]
    ------VA Health Professional Scholarship Program final rule 
        (EC2953) [10MY]
    ------veterans and dependents education final rule (EC3171) [23MY]
    ------veterans education final rule (EC3070) [16MY] (EC3442) [7JN] 
        (EC3709) [18JN]
    Dept. Veterans Affairs: Freedom of Information Act report (EC2331) 
        [29MR]
    District of Columbia: acts (EC1888, EC1889, EC1890, EC1891, 
        EC1892, EC1893) [3JA] (EC1912, EC1913) [4JA] (EC1951, EC1952) 
        [23JA] (EC2015) [6FE] (EC2041, EC2042, EC2043, EC2044, EC0245, 
        EC2046, EC2047, EC2048, EC2049, EC2050, EC2051) [13FE] 
        (EC2061) [20FE] (EC2081, EC2082, EC2083) [23FE] (EC2084) 
        [23FE] (EC2121) [27FE] (EC2195) [6MR] (EC2222, EC2223) [12MR] 
        (EC2240) [13MR] (EC2256) [18MR] (EC2313) [28MR] (EC2319) 
        [29MR] (EC2320, EC2321, EC2322, EC2323, EC2324, EC2325, 
        EC2326, EC2327, EC2328, EC2329, EC2330) [29MR] (EC2392, 
        EC2393, EC2394, EC2395) [16AP] (EC2481, EC2482, EC2483, 
        EC2484, EC2485) [24AP] (EC2716, EC2717, EC2718, EC2719) [1MY] 
        (EC3313, EC3314, EC3315, EC3316, EC3317, EC3318) [4JN] 
        (EC3473) [10JN] (EC3593) [13JN] (EC4051, EC4052, EC4053, 
        EC4054, EC4055, EC4056, EC4057) [10JY] (EC4244, EC4245) [22JY] 
        (EC4640, EC4641, EC4642, EC4643, EC4644, EC4645, EC4646, 
        EC4647, EC4648, EC4649, EC4650, EC4651, EC4652, EC4653, 
        EC4654, EC4655, EC4656, EC4657, EC4658, EC4659, EC4660, 
        EC4661, EC4662, EC4663, EC4664, EC4665) [4SE] (EC4666, EC4667, 
        EC4668, EC4669, EC4670, EC4671, EC4672, EC4673, EC4674, 
        EC4675, EC4676, EC4677, EC4678, EC4679, EC4690) [4SE] (EC4947) 
        [10SE] (EC4948, EC4949, EC4950, EC4951, EC4952, EC4953, 
        EC4954, EC4955, EC4956, EC4957, EC4958, EC4959) [10SE] 
        (EC5248) [23SE]
    ------Advisory Neighborhood Commissions report (EC3083) [20MY]
    ------Anti-Deficiency Act violation (EC3100) [21MY]
    ------Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals performance 
        review report (EC3134) [22MY]
    ------Boxing and Wrestling Commission event report (EC2122, 
        EC2123) [27FE]
    ------check generation and vendor file procedures review report 
        (EC4684) [4SE]
    ------comparative cost analysis report (EC2542) [25AP]
    ------contract appeals process performance report (EC4092) [11JY]
    ------depository implementation review report (EC4682) [4SE]
    ------evaluation of management and financial systems for Federal 
        grants report (EC4681) [4SE]
    ------Evaluation of the D.C. Lottery Board's Wagering Cancellation 
        Methodology report (EC1987) [30JA]
    ------financial and administrative audit of the LaShawn Limited 
        and General Receiverships report (EC4680) [4SE]
    ------financial report (EC2073) [20FE]
    ------Insurance Administration compliance review (EC2998) [14MY]
    ------police officers and firefighters retirement program review 
        (EC5467, EC5468) [4OC]
    ------Program Review of the Economic Development Finance Corp. 
        (EC2229) [12MR]
    ------public schools membership count procedures report (EC4683) 
        [4SE]
    ------Retirement Board member financial disclosure statement 
        (EC3821) [25JN] (EC3950) [8JY]
    ------Review and Analysis of the District's Accounts Receivable 
        report (EC2005) [1FE]
    ------teachers retirement program review (EC5466, EC5469) [4OC]
    ------waive congressional review of tax lien assignment and sale 
        legislation (EC4422) [29JY]
    District of Columbia Financial Responsibility and Management 
        Assistance Authority: allocations of the District of Columbia 
        budget (EC2355) [15AP]
    ------budget and multiyear plan report (EC3000) [14MY]
    ------budget proposal (EC2758) [2MY] (EC3627) [17JN]
    ------experts and consultants hiring procedures report (EC2354) 
        [15AP]
    ------financial responsibility report (EC4246) [22JY] (EC4496) 
        [1AU]
    District of Columbia Retirement Board: financial disclosure 
        statements of members (EC2720) [1MY] (EC2826) [6MY]
    ------report (EC2669) [30AP]
    DSAA: advanced concept technology demonstration area cooperative 
        activity with United Kingdom (EC3536) [12JN]
    ------analysis of services performed by Federal employees who are 
        performing reimbursable services provided under the Arms 
        Export Control Act (EC2003) [1FE]
    ------Arms Export Control Act report (EC2258) [19MR] (EC3385) 
        [5JN] (EC4941) [10SE]
    ------cooperation with France, Germany, and Italy in the 
        development of a mobile surface-to-air missile system (EC1918) 
        [5JA]
    ------cooperative project to conduct a feasibility study to 
        investigate and define a standard submarine rescue system 
        (EC2000) [1FE]

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    ------cooperative project with Australia to develop common set of 
        Electronic Countermeasures simulations (EC4628) [4SE]
    ------cooperative project with Canada to modernize existing joint 
        surveillance system (EC4627) [4SE]
    ------cooperative project with Israel report (EC1949) [23JA] 
        (EC4129) [12JY]
    ------cooperative project with Norway relative to development of a 
        composite hull structural monitoring system (EC2227) [12MR]
    ------cooperative project with Sweden on certain developments 
        leading to technologically superior conventional weapons 
        systems (EC4630) [4SE]
    ------cooperative project with the United Kingdom (EC4836) [5SE]
    ------Dept. of the Air Force proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Australia (EC4626) [4SE]
    ------Dept. of the Air Force proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Egypt (EC2588) [29AP] (EC5138) [16SE] (EC5194) [18SE]
    ------Dept. of the Air Force proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Greece (EC2989) [14MY] (EC4130) [12JY]
    ------Dept. of the Air Force proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Jordan (EC3888, EC3890, EC3891) [27JN]
    ------Dept. of the Air Force proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Korea (EC4837) [5SE] (EC5096) [12SE]
    ------Dept. of the Air Force proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Oman (EC3892) [27JN] (EC5216, EC5217) [19SE]
    ------Dept. of the Air Force proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Portugal (EC5313) [25SE]
    ------Dept. of the Air Force proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Saudi Arabia (EC2594) [29AP] (EC4838) [5SE] (EC5371) [28SE]
    ------Dept. of the Air Force proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Singapore (EC2591) [29AP] (EC4840) [5SE]
    ------Dept. of the Air Force proposed lease of defense articles to 
        the Republic of Korea (EC2286) [22MR]
    ------Dept. of the Air Force proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Turkey (EC3079) [20MY] (EC3133) [22MY] (EC5068) [11SE]
    ------Dept. of the Air Force proposed lease of defense articles to 
        the Republic of China (EC2990) [14MY]
    ------Dept. of the Air Force proposed lease of defense articles to 
        the Republic of Korea (EC2593) [29AP]
    ------Dept. of the Army proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Colombia (EC5095) [12SE]
    ------Dept. of the Army proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Denmark (EC2994) [14MY]
    ------Dept. of the Army proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Egypt (EC2598) [29AP] (EC2996) [14MY] (EC4843) [5SE]
    ------Dept. of the Army proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Greece (EC2995) [14MY] (EC3132) [22MY] (EC3152) [23MY] 
        (EC4047) [10JY] (EC4128) [12JY]
    ------Dept. of the Army proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Israel (EC2592) [29AP]
    ------Dept. of the Army proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Japan (EC4282) [23JY]
    ------Dept. of the Army proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Morocco (EC2991, EC2993) [14MY] (EC4046) [10JY]
    ------Dept. of the Army proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Saudi Arabia (EC2597) [29AP]
    ------Dept. of the Army proposed lease of defense articles to the 
        Republic of China (EC2992) [14MY] (EC3149) [23MY] (EC4629) 
        [4SE]
    ------Dept. of the Army proposed lease of defense articles to the 
        U.N. for use in Rwanda (EC3895) [27JN]
    ------Dept. of the Army proposed of lease of defense articles to 
        Oman (EC1983) [26JA]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles and 
        services to the United Kingdom (EC2002) [1FE]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Brunei (EC3537) [12JN] (EC4942) [10SE] (EC5067) [11SE]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Egypt (EC2589, EC2596) [29AP] (EC4419) [29JY] (EC4842) [5SE] 
        (EC5195) [18SE]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Germany (EC4045) [10JY]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Israel (EC3893, EC3894) [27JN]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Japan (EC4126) [12JY]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Norway (EC2287) [22MR] (EC2290) [25MR]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Saudi Arabia (EC4841) [5SE]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Singapore (EC2997) [14MY]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Spain (EC4127) [12JY]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Thailand (EC4420) [29JY]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to the 
        Netherlands (EC3148) [23MY]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to the 
        Republic of China (EC3080) [20MY] (EC4839) [5SE]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to the 
        Republic of Korea (EC2590, EC2599) [29AP]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Turkey (EC2318) [29MR]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed lease of defense articles to 
        Venezuela (EC2595) [29AP]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed of lease of defense articles and 
        services to Thailand (EC1981) [26JA]
    ------Dept. of the Navy proposed of lease of defense articles to 
        Canada (EC1982) [26JA]
    ------extended air defense cooperative program (EC2478) [24AP]
    ------foreign military sales customers report (EC2001) [1FE]
    ------notification of cooperative project relative to enhancing 
        air and ground electronic warfare detection capabilities 
        (EC3470) [10JN]
    ------notification of cooperative project with Canada for 
        research, exploratory, and advanced development of 
        conventional weapons systems (EC3469) [10JN]
    ------notification of cooperative project with NATO for airborne 
        early warning and control systems modernization (EC3468) 
        [10JN]
    ------notification of cooperative project with the United Kingdom 
        concerning conventional air-to-ground missiles (EC3081) [20MY]
    ------notification of cooperative production and support of an 
        expendable offboard active electronic decoy for antiship 
        missile defense (EC2250) [14MR]
    ------notification relative to the design and development subphase 
        of the NATO Improved Link Eleven project (EC2226) [12MR]
    ------Presidential determination relative to defense articles, 
        services, and training to the Dominican Republic (EC3896) 
        [27JN]
    ------Presidential determination relative to defense articles, 
        services, military education, and training to Laos (EC2257) 
        [18MR]
    ------price and availability report (EC1984) [26JA]
    ------status of loans and guarantees issued under the Arms Export 
        Control Act report (EC2004) [1FE]
    ------technology base research and development project with the 
        Netherlands (EC1999) [1FE]
    ------technology or capability enhancements or upgrades for Japan 
        report (EC3889) [27JN]
    ------technology or capability enhancements or upgrades for Saudi 
        Arabia (EC2434) [22AP]
    EEOC: elementary-secondary staff information final rule (EC4168) 
        [17JY]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2020) 
        [6FE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2181) [5MR]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC2033) [9FE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3230, EC3243) [30MY]
    ------report (EC2663) [30AP]
    Energy Information Administration: energy outlook report (EC2058) 
        [16FE]
    ------report (EC4591) [4SE]
    EPA: Acid Rain Program final rule (EC3030) [15MY] (EC3306) [4JN]
    ------air pollution from new motor vehicles final rule (EC4831) 
        [5SE]
    ------air quality definition revision relative to volatile organic 
        compounds final rule (EC5461) [4OC]
    ------Alabama Hazardous Waste Management Program revision final 
        rule (EC2531) [25AP]
    ------Alaska implementation plan final rule (EC2981) [14MY]
    ------Alaska petition for exemption from diesel fuel sulfur 
        requirement final rule (EC4603) [4SE]
    ------Amnicola Dump Superfund site final rule (EC2526) [25AP]
    ------Anti-Deficiency Act violation (EC4557) [4SE]
    ------approval of State programs and delegation of Federal 
        authorities final rule (EC3935) [8JY]
    ------area designation for air quality planning purposes final 
        rule (EC4469, EC4470) [31JY]
    ------Arizona implementation plan final rule (EC2551) [29AP]
    ------Arizona surface water quality standards final rule (EC2734) 
        [1MY]
    ------Arizona visibility Federal implementation plan corrective 
        revision final rule (EC2563) [29AP]
    ------Bernalillo County, NM, supplemental air quality 
        implementation plan final rule (EC2877) [8MY]
    ------Bethlehem Steel Corp. hazardous waste management system 
        exclusion final rule (EC2587) [29AP]
    ------California hazardous air pollutants emission standards for 
        dry cleaning facilities final rule (EC3030) [15MY]
    ------California implementation plan final rule (EC2550, EC2573, 
        EC2576) [29AP] (EC2577) [29AP] (EC3456) [10JN]
    ------CERCLA report (EC2059) [16FE]
    ------chemical release reporting final rule (EC4392) [26JY] 
        (EC4417) [29JY]
    ------Clean Air Act operating permits final rule (EC4299) [24JY] 
        (EC4824) [5SE] (EC5213) [19SE] (EC5422, EC5424) [3OC]
    ------Clean Air Act reclassification final rule (EC4399) [26JY]
    ------clean air attainment extension final rule (EC3770) [24JN]
    ------Clean Water Act amendment to requirements for authorized 
        State permit programs final rule (EC2830) [6MY]
    ------conditional registration of pesticides report (EC2267) 
        [20MR]
    ------containment of leakage or leak detection at onshore 
        facilities used for bulk storage of oil near navigable waters 
        (EC2914) [9MY]
    ------control of air pollution final rule and removal and 
        modification of obsolete, superfluous, or burdensome rules 
        (EC2555) [29AP]
    ------deficiency correction final rule (EC4468) [31JY] (EC5127) 
        [16SE]
    ------Delaware implementation plan final rule (EC2881) [8MY]
    ------designation of Texas areas for air quality planning purposes 
        final rule (EC2566) [29AP]
    ------Effects of Great Lakes Contaminants on Human Health report 
        (EC3097) [20MY]
    ------ethers testing consent order final rule (EC3581) [13JN]
    ------extension of due date and time-limited tolerances final rule 
        (EC2813, EC2812) [6MY]
    ------extremely hazardous substances final rule (EC2817) [6MY]
    ------Federal emission standards test procedures revisions final 
        rule (EC3819) [5SE]
    ------Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act rule 
        (EC2213) [8MR]
    ------final rule (EC4602) [4SE]
    ------Florida dry cleaning facilities final rule (EC2529) [25AP]

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    ------food grade oil of mustard tolerance requirement exemption 
        final rule (EC2980) [14MY]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2723) [1MY]
    ------fuel and fuel additives final rule (EC3764) [24JN] (EC3878) 
        [27JN] (EC3938) [8JY]
    ------hazardous air pollutant list modification final rule 
        (EC3582) [13JN]
    ------Hazardous Waste Management Program final rule (EC3769) 
        [24JN] (EC3852, EC3854) [26JN] (EC4236) [22JY] (EC4297) [24JY] 
        (EC4471) [31JY] (EC4600, EC4608) [4SE] (EC5125) [16SE] 
        (EC5459) [4OC]
    ------hazardous waste treatment, storage, disposal facilities, and 
        hazardous waste generators final rule (EC3307) [4JN] (EC3583) 
        [13JN]
    ------Idaho description of areas for air quality planning final 
        rule (EC3531) [12JN]
    ------Idaho extensions for nonattainment areas final rule (EC2810) 
        [6MY]
    ------Idaho implementation plan final rule (EC3111) [21MY]
    ------Illinois implementation plan final rule (EC2538) [25AP] 
        (EC2815, EC2816) [6MY]
    ------implementation plan final rule (EC3722, EC3723) [19JN] 
        (EC3733) [19JN] (EC3765, EC3766, EC3767) [24JN] (EC3853) 
        [26JN] (EC3937, EC3939) [8JY] (EC4121, EC4122, EC4123, EC4124, 
        EC4125) [12JY] (EC4147) [16JY] (EC4233, EC4234, EC4235, 
        EC4237, EC4238, EC4239, EC4240, EC4241, EC4243) [22JY] 
        (EC4298) [24JY] (EC4398, EC4400, EC4401) [26JY] (EC4416) 
        [29JY] (EC4466, EC4467) [31JY] (EC4601, EC4604) [4SE] (EC4605, 
        EC4606, EC4607) [4SE] (EC4818, EC4820, EC4821, EC4822, EC4823, 
        EC4827) [5SE] (EC4828, EC4829, EC4832) [5SE] (EC4923, EC4924, 
        EC4925) [10SE] (EC5093) [12SE] (EC5124, EC5126, EC5128) [16SE] 
        (EC5157) [17SE] (EC5211, EC5212, EC5214) [19SE] (EC5382) 
        [28SE] (EC5419, EC5420, EC5421, EC5423) [3OC] (EC5457) [4OC]
    ------implementation plan preparation, adoption, and submittal 
        final rule (EC3934) [8JY]
    ------imports and exports of hazardous waste final rule (EC2536) 
        [25AP]
    ------Indiana implementation plan final rule (EC2549, EC2559) 
        [29AP] (EC3454) [10JN]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3395) [5JN]
    ------international air pollution prevention and control 
        technology report (EC4922) [10SE]
    ------in-use motor vehicles air pollution control final rule 
        (EC5418) [3OC]
    ------Iowa implementation plan final rule (EC2573) [29AP]
    ------Kansas motor vehicle emissions budget to fulfill 
        requirements final rule (EC2583) [29AP]
    ------Kentucky Hazardous Waste Management Program revision final 
        rule (EC2533) [25AP]
    ------Kentucky implementation plan final rule (EC2569) [29AP] 
        (EC3107) [21MY]
    ------Knox County, TN, operating permits program final rule 
        (EC2582) [29AP]
    ------Kummer Sanitary Landfill Superfund site final rule (EC2525) 
        [25AP]
    ------land disposal restrictions final rule (EC2562) [29AP] 
        (EC3936) [8JY]
    ------lead-based paint final rule (EC4830) [5SE]
    ------leather tanning and finishing final rule (EC3978) [8JY]
    ------Lee's Lane Superfund site deletion final rule (EC2524) 
        [25AP]
    ------maintenance plan final rule (EC5458) [4OC]
    ------marine vehicle pollution control final rule (EC575) [11SE]
    ------Massachusetts Clean Air Act operating permits program final 
        rule (EC2881) [8MY]
    ------Missouri Clean Air Act operating permits program and 
        delegation of authority final rule (EC2557) [29AP]
    ------Missouri motor vehicle emissions budget to fulfill 
        requirements final rule (EC2583) [29AP]
    ------modification of treatment requirements for discharge into 
        marine waters final rule (EC4825) [5SE]
    ------monitoring requirements for national drinking water 
        regulations final rule (EC2806) [6MY]
    ------municipal solid waste landfill permit program final rule 
        (EC5460) [4OC]
    ------municipal solid waste permit program adequacy determination 
        final rule (EC5094) [12SE]
    ------national ambient air quality standards for sulfur oxides 
        final rule (EC3104) [21MY]
    ------national emission standards for hazardous air pollutants 
        final rule (EC2581) [29AP] (EC3129) [22MY] (EC3381) [5JN] 
        (EC3732, EC3736) [19JN] (EC3855) [26JN] (EC4300) [24JY] 
        (EC5158) [17SE]
    ------national oil and hazardous substances pollution contingency 
        plan final rule (EC2570, EC2575) [29AP] (EC2580) [29AP] 
        (EC2708) [1MY] (EC2880) [8MY] (EC3030) [15MY] (EC4516) [2AU]
    ------national water quality inventory report (EC2299) [26MR]
    ------Nevada hazardous waste management programs final rule 
        (EC3305) [4JN]
    ------New Jersey Clean Air Act Operating Permit Program final rule 
        (EC2978) [14MY]
    ------New Mexico implementation plans final rule (EC3455) [10JN]
    ------North Carolina Hazardous Waste Management Program revision 
        final rule (EC2532) [25AP]
    ------North Carolina implementation plan final rule (EC3106) 
        [21MY]
    ------Ohio implementation plan final rule (EC2707) [1MY] (EC2819) 
        [6MY] (EC2977) [14MY] (EC3029) [15MY]
    ------Oil Discharge Program rules revision final rule (EC2560) 
        [29AP]
    ------Oklahoma volatile organic compound regulations approval 
        final rule (EC2535) [25AP]
    ------on-board diagnostic checks final rule (EC4397) [26JY]
    ------Operating Permits Program final rule (EC3734) [19JN] 
        (EC3768) [24JN] (EC3813) [25JN] (EC3932) [8JY]
    ------Oregon implementation plan final rule (EC2979) [14MY]
    ------Outer Continental Shelf air regulations consistency update 
        for California final rule (EC3527) [12JN]
    ------Outer Continental Shelf air regulations offset remand final 
        rule (EC3077) [20MY]
    ------ozone control strategy final rule (EC3933) [8JY]
    ------ozone transport region inspection/maintenance flexibility 
        final rule (EC4242) [22JY]
    ------parts acquisition final rule (EC3450) [10JN] (EC3528) [12JN]
    ------Pennsylvania implementation plan final rule (EC2976) [14MY]
    ------pesticide food additive regulations final rule (EC4393) 
        [26JY]
    ------pesticide formulating, packaging, and repackaging final rule 
        (EC5462) [4OC]
    ------pesticide registration modifications final rule (EC3848) 
        [26JN] (EC3863) [27JN]
    ------pesticide tolerance final rule (EC2252, EC2558, EC2565, 
        EC2571, EC2572) [29AP] (EC2700, EC2701, EC2702, EC2709, 
        EC2710) [1MY] (EC2811, EC2814) [6MY] (EC3030) [15MY] (EC3108, 
        EC3109, EC3110) [21MY] (EC3233, EC3234) [30MY] (EC3526, 
        EC3532) [12JN] (EC3724, EC3725, EC3726, EC3727, EC3728, 
        EC3729, EC3730, EC3731, EC3735) [19JN] (EC3881, EC3882, 
        EC3883, EC3884) [27JN] (EC3940) [8JY] (EC4171) [17JY] (EC4391) 
        [26JY] (EC4394, EC4395, EC4396) [26JY] (EC4418) [29JY] 
        (EC5159) [17SE] (EC5389) [30SE]
    ------pesticide worker protection standard final rule (EC3849, 
        EC3850) [26JN] (EC3864, EC3865) [27JN]
    ------Phoenix, AZ, Clean Air Act reclassification final rule 
        (EC2881) [8MY]
    ------Pittsburgh, PA, disapproval of ozone redesignation request 
        and maintenance plan final rule (EC2586) [29AP]
    ------Placer County, CA, air pollution control district 
        implementation plan final rule (EC2818) [6MY]
    ------potential health and environmental effects from the use of 
        magnetic levitation for railroad transportation report 
        (EC3125) [21MY]
    ------prohibition on gasoline containing lead or lead additives 
        final rule (EC3529) [12JN]
    ------reduced certification reporting requirements for new nonroad 
        engines final rule (EC2878) [8MY]
    ------Reformulated Gasoline Program opt out procedures final rule 
        (EC3879) [27JN]
    ------regulated substances and thresholds for accidental release 
        prevention final rule (EC3449) [10JN]
    ------regulations governing hazardous air pollutants equivalent 
        emission limitations by permit amendment final rule (EC2881) 
        [8MY]
    ------reid vapor pressure standard final rule (EC4826) [5SE]
    ------relax Federal gasoline reid vapor pressure volatility 
        standard final rule (EC2556) [29AP] (EC2808) [6MY]
    ------renewal of time-limited tolerances for tefluthrin final rule 
        (EC2704) [1MY]
    ------Rhode Island air quality implementation plans final rule 
        (EC2554) [29AP]
    ------Rhode Island Clean Air Act operating permits program final 
        rule (EC2706) [1MY]
    ------risk management program regulations for chemical accident 
        release prevention final rule (EC3451) [10JN] (EC4465) [31JY]
    ------San Joaquin Valley, CA, air pollution control district 
        implementation plan final rule (EC2530) [25AP] (EC2574, 
        EC2585) [29AP] (EC2822) [6MY]
    ------Santa Barbara County, CA, air pollution control district 
        implementation plan final rule (EC2821, EC2822) [6MY]
    ------solid waste disposal facility criteria final rule (EC5305) 
        [25SE] (EC5351) [26SE]
    ------solid waste programs removal of legally obsolete guidelines 
        final rule (EC2579) [29AP]
    ------South Carolina Hazardous Waste Management Program revision 
        final rule (EC2534) [25AP]
    ------standards of performance for new stationary sources--small 
        industrial-commercial-institutional steam generating units 
        final rule (EC2807) [6MY]
    ------stratospheric ozone protection final rule (EC3453) [10JN]
    ------substitutes for ozone-depleting substances final rule 
        (EC3077) [20MY]
    ------Superfund report (EC5215) [19SE]
    ------suspension, debarment, and ineligibility for contracts, 
        assistance, loans, and benefits final rule (EC3426) [5JN]
    ------Tennessee revisions to hazardous waste management programs 
        final rule (EC3112) [21MY] (EC3113) [21MY]
    ------test rules and enforceable testing consent agreements final 
        rule (EC4043) [10JY]
    ------testing requirements for ocean dumping final rule (EC5381) 
        [28SE]
    ------Texas implementation plan final rule (EC2809) [6MY]
    ------tolerance processing fees final rule (EC2703) [1MY]
    ------tolerance revision final rule (EC3931) [8JY]
    ------Utah emission regulations and ozone nonattainment area 
        designation and definition final rule (EC2820) [6MY]
    ------Utah implementation plan final rule (EC2820) [6MY]
    ------Ventura County, CA, air pollution control district 
        implementation plan final rule (EC2818) [6MY]
    ------Virginia implementation plan final rule (EC3457) [10JN]
    ------Washington implementation plan final rule (EC3105) [21MY]
    ------Washington landfill superfund site removal from national 
        priorities list (EC2975) [14MY]
    ------Wisconsin implementation plan final rule (EC2561, EC2564, 
        EC2573) [29AP] (EC2578) [29AP]
    ------Wisconsin industrial adhesives revision final rule (EC2584) 
        [29AP]
    ------withdrawal of direct final rule for approval of South Dakota 
        redesignation request (EC2879) [8MY]

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    ------withdrawal of final test rule final rule (EC3880) [27JN]
    ------wood furniture manufacturing operations control techniques 
        guidelines final rule (EC3077) [20MY]
    ------xanthan gum-modified tolerance exemption final rule (EC2705) 
        [1MY]
    Executive Office of the President: anti-terrorism, counter-
        terrorism, and security efforts appropriations (EC5153) [17SE]
    ------budget requests for various agencies relative to assisting 
        victims of Hurricanes Fran and Hortense (EC5333) [26SE]
    ------Commonwealth of Independent States continuation of waiver 
        relative to Trade Act (EC3360) [4JN]
    ------continued deployment of combat-equipped Armed Forces to 
        Haiti as part of the multinational force report (EC2291) 
        [25MR]
    ------continued deployment of U.S. forces including response to 
        isolated attacks on American Embassy complex report (EC3116) 
        [21MY]
    ------Dept. of Defense funding for the NATO-led Bosnia Peace 
        Implementation Force (EC2111) [27FE]
    ------Dept. of Defense operations associated with the NATO-led 
        Bosnia Peace Implementation Force report (EC3820) [25JN]
    ------Dept. of Defense purchases, purchase commitments, and cost 
        sharing arrangements notification (EC4278) [22JY]
    ------Dept. of HHS appropriations report (EC2336) [15AP]
    ------Dept. of the Interior appropriations (EC4553) [4SE]
    ------Depts. of Agriculture, Commerce, and the Interior emergency 
        appropriations (EC3037) [16MY] (EC3099) [21MY]
    ------Depts. of Agriculture, the Interior, and HUD appropriations 
        (EC5152) [17SE]
    ------Depts. of HUD, Justice, and Veterans Affairs, and National 
        Bankruptcy Review Commission appropriations legislation 
        (EC4074) [11JY]
    ------drug law enforcement, treatment, and prevention activities 
        appropriations (EC2335) [15AP]
    ------efforts to obtain Iraq's compliance with U.N. Security 
        Council resolution (EC4634) [4SE] (EC4844) [5SE]
    ------emergency appropriations request for expenses related to 
        natural disasters (EC2174) [5MR]
    ------emergency appropriations request for the Forest Service 
        (EC2025) [9FE]
    ------evacuation of U.S. citizens by military personnel from the 
        Central African Republic (EC3153) [23MY]
    ------Everglades and south Florida ecosystem restoration 
        legislation (EC3610) [13JN]
    ------exemption of Groom Lake, NV, Air Force facility from 
        hazardous or solid waste laws that would require disclosure of 
        classified information (EC1989) [31JA]
    ------exercise of certain powers relative to disruption of the 
        Middle East peace process (EC4633) [4SE]
    ------export control regulations (EC4635) [4SE]
    ------Federal Government departments and agencies activities 
        report (EC3948) [8JY]
    ------FEMA budget request (EC3441) [7JN]
    ------Forest Service emergency appropriations request (EC2964) 
        [14MY]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2126) [27FE]
    ------funding for support of the Middle East peace process 
        (EC2110) [27FE]
    ------international agreements transmitted to Congress after 
        submission deadline (EC2205) [7MR]
    ------Iraq's compliance with U.N. Security Council resolutions 
        report (EC2850) [7MY]
    ------Israel counterterrorism assistance (EC3073) [20MY]
    ------ITC nominations (EC4790) [4SE]
    ------negotiated settlement of the Cyprus question (EC2714) [1MY]
    ------notification of continuation of national emergency relative 
        to Middle East peace process (EC1933) [22JA]
    ------pay raise for U.S. military personnel (EC1884) [3JA]
    ------People's Republic of China continuation of waiver relative 
        to Trade Act (EC3359) [4JN]
    ------personnel report (EC1911) [4JA]
    ------private U.S. citizens and third-country nationals taking 
        refuge in the U.S. Embassy compound in Liberia (EC2352) [15AP]
    ------progress toward a negotiated solution of the Cyprus problem 
        (EC2204) [7MR] (EC4303) [24JY] (EC5375) [28SE]
    ------proposed budget rescissions (EC2109) [27FE]
    ------proposed rescissions of Dept. of Defense budgetary resources 
        (EC2337) [15AP]
    ------request relative to supplemental appropriations for expenses 
        related to counter-terrorism assistance to Israel (EC2248) 
        [14MR]
    ------request relative to supplemental appropriations for the BATF 
        to investigate and solve acts of arson against African-
        American churches (EC3687) [18JN]
    ------Romanian emigration laws and policies report (EC4069) [10JY]
    ------Russian Federation emigration laws and policies report 
        (EC4068) [10JY]
    ------science, technology, and diplomacy report (EC2273) [20MR]
    ------Serbia, Montenegro, and Bosnian Serbs emergency report 
        (EC3193) [29MY]
    ------spent nuclear fuel activities in the Democratic Republic of 
        Korea (EC2963) [14MY]
    Eximbank: management report (EC2086) [23FE]
    ------report (EC2057) [16FE]
    ------tied aid credits report (EC1998) [1FE] (EC5091) [12SE]
    ------U.S. exports to Argentina (EC4569) [4SE]
    ------U.S. exports to Australia (EC5155) [17SE]
    ------U.S. exports to Ghana (EC2075) [23FE]
    ------U.S. exports to India (EC5120) [16SE]
    ------U.S. exports to Indonesia (EC2076) [23FE] (EC2381) [16AP]
    ------U.S. exports to Kazakhstan (EC4564) [4SE]
    ------U.S. exports to Pakistan (EC4571) [4SE]
    ------U.S. exports to Russia (EC3851) [26JN] (EC4573) [4SE]
    ------U.S. exports to Thailand (EC4572) [4SE]
    ------U.S. exports to the People's Republic of China (EC2422) 
        [19AP] (EC2750) [2MY] (EC4565, EC4566, EC4567, EC4568) [4SE]
    ------U.S. exports to the Republic of Korea (EC2255) [18MR]
    ------U.S. exports to Trinidad and Tobago (EC4570) [4SE]
    ------U.S. exports to Ukraine (EC2150) [4MR]
    FAA: aviation system capital investment plan report (EC2333) 
        [29MR]
    ------CFR chapter name change final rule (EC4409) [26JY]
    ------Civil Aviation Security Program effectiveness report 
        (EC3904) [27JN]
    ------Dept. of Defense military base closures and realignments 
        report (EC5004) [10SE]
    ------quiet aircraft technology for propeller-driven airplanes and 
        rotorcraft report (EC4135) [12JY]
    ------services provided to foreign aviation authorities report 
        (EC2402) [16AP]
    ------standard instrument approach procedures final rule (EC4268, 
        EC4269, EC4270) [22JY] (EC4450) [30JY]
    ------Subsonic Noise Reduction Technology Program report (EC3982) 
        [8JY]
    ------Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System development and 
        certification report (EC2375) [15AP]
    Farm Credit Administration: book-entry procedures for Federal 
        Agricultural Mortgage Corp. securities final rule (EC4220) 
        [22JY]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2398) [16AP]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC2397) [16AP]
    ------loans in special flood hazard areas final rule (EC4913) 
        [10SE]
    Farm Credit Bank of Texas: pension plan report (EC4691) [4SE]
    ------Thrift Plus Plan report (EC4692) [4SE]
    Farm Service Agency: Dairy Indemnity Payment Program final rule 
        (EC2962) [14MY]
    ------sugarcane and sugarbeets price support loan rates final rule 
        (EC2962) [14MY]
    FCC: access tariff filings final rule (EC3945) [8JY]
    ------amateur service vanity call sign system amendment final rule 
        (EC3042) [16MY]
    ------assessment and collection of regulatory fees final rule 
        (EC4044) [10JY]
    ------automatic stays of certain allotment orders final rule 
        (EC4614) [4SE]
    ------Bell Operating Co., out-of-region interstate, interexchange 
        services final rule (EC3994) [9JY]
    ------Blossom, TX, DeQueen, AR, and Colgate, OK, table allotments 
        for FM broadcast stations final rule (EC3460) [10JN]
    ------Cable Television Consumer Protection and Competition Act 
        implementation final rule (EC3534) [12JN] (EC4931) [10SE]
    ------Campton and Frenchburg, KY, table allotments for FM 
        broadcast stations final rule (EC3436) [6JN]
    ------Cassville and Kimberly City, MO, table allotments for FM 
        broadcast stations final rule (EC3434) [6JN]
    ------Chester, Shasta, Lake City, Alturas, McCloud, and 
        Weaverville, CA, table allotments for FM broadcast stations 
        final rule (EC3463) [10JN]
    ------children's television programming final rule (EC4616) [4SE]
    ------Clovis, and Madera, CA, table allotments for FM broadcast 
        stations final rule (EC3461) [10JN]
    ------Coolidge and Gilbert, AZ, table of allotments for FM 
        broadcast stations (EC2983) [14MY]
    ------Cornell, WI, table of allotments for FM broadcast stations 
        (EC2982) [14MY]
    ------definition of markets for purposes of cable television 
        broadcast signal carriage rules final rule (EC3533) [12JN]
    ------deregulation of equipment authorization requirements for 
        digital devices final rule (EC3235) [30MY]
    ------domestic, interstate, and interexchange telephone services 
        final rule (EC4432) [30JY]
    ------Federal Mangers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC1974) 
        [25JA]
    ------Federal-State Joint Board on Universal Service final rule 
        (EC3943) [8JY]
    ------flexible service offerings in commercial mobile radio 
        services final rule (EC4613) [4SE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC3824) [25JN]
    ------future development of paging systems final rule (EC2666) 
        [30AP]
    ------GHz frequency band final rule (EC4935) [10SE]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC3135) [22MY]
    ------implementation of Communication Act broadcast license 
        renewal procedures final rule (EC2823) [6MY]
    ------implementation of Communication Act competitive bidding 
        final rule (EC2666) [30AP]
    ------implementation of Telecommunications Act relative to cable 
        reform provisions final rule (EC2985) [14MY]
    ------implementation of Telecommunications Act relative to dispute 
        resolution regarding equipment standards final rule (EC3041) 
        [16MY]
    ------inspection of ships relative to Great Lakes Agreement final 
        rule (EC3025) [14MY]
    ------interactive video and data service licensees to provide 
        subscribers mobile service final rule (EC3944) [8JY]
    ------interstate, interexchange marketplace implementation final 
        rule (EC4927) [10SE]
    ------interstate average schedule formulas modifications final 
        rule (EC3942) [8JY]
    ------interstate pay-per-call and other information services final 
        rule (EC4402) [26JY] (EC4493) [1AU]
    ------microwave relocation cost sharing final rule (EC2882) [8MY]
    ------mobile radio service and cellular cross-ownership final rule 
        (EC3941) [8JY]

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    ------New Port Richey, Naples Park, Sarasota, and Sebring, FL, 
        table allotments for FM broadcast stations final rule (EC3435) 
        [6JN]
    ------number portability by local exchange carriers final rule 
        (EC4173) [17JY]
    ------open video systems final rule (EC3585) [13JN]
    ------operator service access and pay telephone compensation final 
        rule (EC3815) [25JN]
    ------pay telephone reclassification and compensation final rule 
        (EC5336) [26SE]
    ------regulation of international accounting rates final rule 
        (EC3620) [17JN]
    ------release of 888 toll free numbers corresponding to 800 toll 
        free numbers final rule (EC4172) [17JY]
    ------report (EC4936) [10SE]
    ------resale obligations pertaining to commercial mobile radio 
        services final rule (EC4301) [24JY] (EC4920) [10SE]
    ------Sault Ste. Marie, MI, San Francisco, CA, and Morgan City, 
        LA, Coast Guard vessel traffic services systems final rule 
        (EC3437) [6JN]
    ------Shelton, WA, table allotments for FM broadcast stations 
        final rule (EC3458, EC3465) [10JN]
    ------signal boosters final rule (EC3748) [20JN]
    ------silent station authorization final rule (EC3814) [25JN]
    ------subsidiary accounting requirements concerning video dialtone 
        costs and revenues final rule (EC3621) [17JN]
    ------table allotments for FM broadcast stations final rule 
        (EC3622, EC3623, EC3624) [17JN] (EC3771, EC3772, EC3773, 
        EC3774) [24JN] (EC3996, EC3997, EC3998, EC3999, EC4000) [9JY] 
        (EC4001) [9JY] (EC4302) [24JY] (EC4403) [26JY] (EC4610, 
        EC4615, EC4617) [4SE] (EC4833) [5SE] (EC4926, EC4928, EC4929, 
        EC4932, EC4933, EC4934) [10SE] (EC5066) [11SE] (EC5129) [16SE] 
        (EC5130, EC5131, EC5132, EC5133, EC5134, EC5135, EC5136) 
        [16SE] (EC5306, EC5307, EC5308, EC5309, EC5310) [25SE]
    ------Telecommunications Act implementation final rule (EC4611, 
        EC4612) [4SE]
    ------Telecommunications Act maritime service final rule (EC3308) 
        [4JN]
    ------Telecommunications Act telephone services final rule 
        (EC5160) [17SE]
    ------telecommunications equipment and services for people with 
        disabilities final rule (EC4191) [18JY]
    ------telephone service final rule (EC4609) [4SE]
    ------television station digital transmission final rule (EC3995) 
        [9JY]
    ------UHF noise figure performance measurements filing final rule 
        (EC3584) [13JN]
    ------utility company permanent cost allocation manual for the 
        separation of regulated and nonregulated costs final rule 
        (EC2984) [14MY]
    ------Virginia Beach, VA, table allotments for FM broadcast 
        stations final rule (EC3464) [10JN]
    ------Woodville and Liberty, MS, and Clayton and Jena, LA, table 
        allotments for FM broadcast stations final rule (EC3459, 
        EC3462) [10JN]
    FDA: antibiotic drugs final rule (EC4174) [17JY]
    ------chlorofluorocarbon propellants in self-pressurized 
        containers final rule (EC3191) [29MY]
    ------cold, cough, allergy, bronchodilator, and antiasthmatic drug 
        products for over-the-counter human use final rule (EC3130) 
        [22MY]
    ------device regulations revocation final rule (EC4404) [26JY]
    ------drug manufacturing, processing, packing, or holding final 
        rule (EC4405) [26JY]
    ------drugs containing diphenhydramine citrate or diphenydramine 
        hydrochloride for over-the-counter human use final rule 
        (EC2846) [7MY]
    ------elimination of establishment license application for 
        biotechnology and specified synthetic biological products 
        final rule (EC3078) [20MY]
    ------exclusion of propylene glycol in cat food final rule 
        (EC2883) [8MY]
    ------food labeling final rule (EC4619, EC4620, EC4624, EC4625) 
        [4SE] (EC4938) [10SE] (EC5390) [30SE]
    ------foods and drugs technical amendments final rule (EC3586, 
        EC3589) [13JN]
    ------manufacturing practices for blood and blood components final 
        rule (EC5137) [16SE] (EC5284) [24SE]
    ------medical devices final rule (EC3946) [8JY] (EC4474) [31JY] 
        (EC4618) [4SE] (EC5425) [3OC]
    ------name and address changes technical amendments final rule 
        (EC3587, EC3588) [13JN]
    ------revocation of certain regulations affecting food final rule 
        (EC3466) [10JN]
    ------revocation of obsolete regulations final rule (EC3626) 
        [17JN]
    ------warning statements for food products containing or 
        manufactured with chlorofluorocarbons and other ozone-
        depleting substances final rule (EC2986) [14MY]
    ------wine bottle capsules final rule (EC3749) [20JN]
    FDIC: activities and efforts relative to private sector 
        utilization report (EC3373) [5JN]
    ------Affordable Housing Disposition Program activities report 
        (EC3374) [5JN]
    ------agricultural loan loss amortization final rule (EC4036) 
        [10JY]
    ------Chief Financial Officers Act report (EC4318) [25JY]
    ------Coastal Barrier Improvement Act report (EC2418) [17AP]
    ------Community Reinvestment Act regulations final rule (EC2870) 
        [8MY]
    ------Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act 
        report (EC2382, EC2383) [16AP]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2182) [5MR]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC2425) [19AP]
    ------interagency guidelines establishing standards for safety and 
        soundness final rule (EC5399) [1OC]
    ------interest rate risk final rule (EC4574) [4SE]
    ------loans in special flood hazard areas final rule (EC5235) 
        [23SE]
    ------management official interlocks final rule (EC5398) [1OC]
    ------report (EC5189) [18SE] (EC5400) [1OC]
    FEC: budget and supplemental appropriations request report 
        (EC2334) [29MR]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC3751) [20JN]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC4693) [4SE]
    ------independent campaign expenditures report (EC2332) [29MR]
    ------legislative recommendations report (EC2362) [15AP]
    ------proposed regulations relative to electronic filing of 
        political committee reports (EC4707) [4SE] (EC4973) [10SE]
    ------regulations governing news stories and candidate debates 
        staged by cable television organizations (EC2427) [19AP]
    Federal Claims Court: cable television on military bases advisory 
        opinion (EC4454) [30JY]
    Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council: consistent 
        terminology report (EC4141) [16JY]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2067) 
        [20FE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC2085) [23FE]
    ------interagency data bank feasibility report (EC4142) [16JY]
    ------report (EC2343) [15AP] (EC3443) [7JN]
    Federal Hospital Insurance Trust Fund: report (EC3422) [5JN] 
        (EC3430) [6JN]
    Federal Housing Finance Board: employee salary rates reports 
        (EC2113) [27FE]
    ------Federal Home Loan Bank directors compensation and expenses 
        final rule (EC4576) [4SE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2034) [9FE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3001) [14MY]
    ------low-income housing and community development activities 
        report (EC4914) [10SE]
    ------management report (EC3952) [8JY]
    ------membership approval final rule (EC4575) [4SE]
    ------modification of definition of deposits in banks or trust 
        companies final rule (EC4464) [31JY]
    ------report (EC4915) [10SE]
    Federal Judicial Center: report (EC2367) [15AP]
    Federal Labor Relations Authority: Federal Managers' Financial 
        Integrity Act report (EC2035) [9FE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2154) [4MR]
    Federal Maritime Commission: administrative offset final rule 
        (EC5482) [4OC]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2036) 
        [9FE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2183) [5MR]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC2243) [13MR]
    ------inflation adjustment of civil monetary penalties final rule 
        (EC5471) [4OC]
    ------Inspector General report (EC2944) [10MY]
    ------report (EC2370) [15AP]
    Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service: Federal Managers' 
        Financial Integrity Act report (EC2069) [20FE]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC5079) [11SE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC1895) [3JA]
    Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and Disability Insurance 
        Trust Fund: report (EC3423) [5JN]
    Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board: allocation of earnings 
        final rule (EC3695) [4SE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2155) [4MR]
    ------nonappropriated fund employees final rule (EC4694) [4SE]
    Federal Supplemental Medical Insurance Trust Fund: report (EC3428) 
        [5JN]
    FEMA: cost estimate for response to emergency fire hazard in Texas 
        (EC3169) [23MY]
    ------disaster recovery assistance files routine use amendment 
        notification (EC5220) [19SE]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2087, 
        EC2088) [23FE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2197) [6MR]
    ------National Flood Insurance Act legislation (EC4080) [11JY]
    ------National Flood Insurance Program final rule (EC4463) [31JY]
    FERC: Freedom of Information Act report (EC2089) [23FE]
    ------oil pipelines cost-of-service filing requirements final rule 
        (EC4473) [31JY]
    ------public utilities final rule (EC2539) [25AP]
    ------report (EC3146) [23MY]
    ------standards for business practices of interstate natural gas 
        pipelines final rule (EC4472) [31JY]
    Financial Crimes Enforcement Network: transactions in currency 
        interim rule (EC2423) [19AP]
    First South Production Credit Association: pension plan report 
        (EC4195) [18JY]
    Foreign Agricultural Service: minimum quantity of agricultural 
        commodities report (EC2024) [6FE]
    Foreign Claims Settlement Commission: Government in the Sunshine 
        Act report (EC2353) [15AP]
    Forest Service: disposal of national forest system timber and 
        modification of timber sale contracts final rule (EC2800) 
        [6MY]
    ------Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning Act report 
        (EC4187) [17JY]
    FRS: Bank Secrecy Act recordkeeping regulations relative to funds 
        transfers and transmittals final rule (EC3184) [29MY] (EC3302) 
        [4JN]
    ------certain activities of subsidiaries of bank holding companies 
        engaged in underwriting, and dealing in, securities final rule 
        (EC5154) [17SE]
    ------Community Reinvestment Act regulations final rule (EC2871) 
        [8MY]
    ------credit availability for small business and small farms 
        report (EC1948) [23JA]
    ------definition of capital stock and surplus under the Federal 
        Reserve Act final rule (EC2908) [9MY]
    ------depository institutions credit card operations profitability 
        report (EC4577) [4SE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2184) [5MR] (EC2605) 
        [29AP]

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    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC2288) [22MR]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3320) [4JN]
    ------interest rate risk final rule (EC4037) [10JY]
    ------international banking operations final rule (EC4385) [26JY]
    ------international banking operations regulation K final rule 
        (EC2873) [8MY]
    ------loans in special flood hazard areas final rule (EC4909) 
        [10SE]
    ------management official interlocks final rule (EC4118) [12JY]
    ------market risk based capital standards final rule (EC4910) 
        [10SE]
    ------monetary policy report (EC2106) [23FE] (EC4231) [22JY]
    ------report (EC2907) [9MY] (EC3375, EC3376) [5JN]
    ------rights, liabilities, and responsibilities of participants in 
        electronic fund transfer systems final rule (EC3301) [4JN]
    ------security credit transactions regulations final rule (EC2909) 
        [9MY]
    ------Truth in Lending Act report (EC2384) [16AP]
    ------truth in lending final rule (EC5118) [16SE]
    ------uniform rules and procedures final rule (EC2872) [8MY]
    FTC: energy and water consumption final rule (EC3625) [17JN] 
        (EC3885) [27JN]
    ------Fair Debt Collection Practices Act report (EC2284) [22MR]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC1896) 
        [3JA]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2127) [27FE]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC2724) [1MY]
    ------health antitrust enforcement policy report (EC5043) [10SE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3396) [5JN]
    ------labeling and advertising of home insulation final rule 
        (EC2667) [30AP]
    ------light bulb final rule (EC3816) [25JN]
    ------metalic watch band industry and jewelry industry guides 
        final rule (EC3147) [23MY]
    ------misbranding and deception of leather content of waist belts 
        trade regulation final rule (EC3043) [16MY]
    ------premerger notification and trade regulations final rule 
        (EC2677) [30AP]
    ------report (EC2348) [15AP]
    ------smokeless tobacco final rule (EC4937) [10SE]
    ------Textile Fiber Products Identification Act rules and 
        regulations final rule (EC3114) [21MY]
    GAO: Capitol Preservation Fund audit report (EC4528) [2AU]
    ------Cash Management Improvement Act implementation report 
        (EC1973) [25JA]
    ------Congressional Award Foundation financial statements (EC5252) 
        [26SE]
    ------employees detailed to congressional committees report 
        (EC2068) [20FE] (EC4801) [4SE]
    ------FDIC audit report (EC4490) [31JY]
    ------Federal agency implementation of recommendations relative to 
        protest bids report (EC2017) [6FE]
    ------Federal Family Education Loan Program financial audit 
        (EC2239) [12MR]
    ------Federal information resources management report (EC4967) 
        [10SE]
    ------GPO financial audit report (EC2424) [19AP]
    ------Independent Counsel financial audit (EC2430) [19AP]
    ------independent counsels audit report (EC1995) [31JA]
    ------investigations, audits and evaluations (EC4689) [4SE]
    ------IRS financial statements report (EC4131) [12JY]
    ------Office of Independent Counsel 6-month expenditure audit 
        (EC5445) [3OC]
    ------Panama Canal Commission financial audit (EC2341) [15AP]
    ------President's special impoundment message review (EC2473) 
        [24AP] (EC3613) (EC2898) [9MY] [17JN] (EC3810) [25JN] (EC4554) 
        [4SE]
    ------reports (EC2007) [1FE] (EC2016) [6FE] (EC2064) [20FE] 
        (EC2312) [28MR] (EC3241) [30MY] (EC3750) [20JN] (EC4685) [4SE] 
        (EC6036) [10SE] (EC5246) [23SE]
    ------reports and testimony (EC2445) [23AP]
    ------retirement system report (EC2090) [23FE]
    ------RTC audit report (EC4428) [29JY] (EC4527) [2AU]
    ------Trans-Alaska Pipeline Liability Fund report (EC1906) [3JA]
    ------updating the budgetary implications of selected GAO work 
        report (EC4032) [9JY]
    Girl Scouts: report (EC2101) [23FE]
    GPO: Inspector General report (EC3752) [20JN]
    GSA: acquisition regulations final rule (EC3002) [14MY] (EC4247, 
        EC4248, EC4249, EC4250, EC4251, EC4252, EC4253, EC4254, 
        EC4255, EC4256, EC4257, EC4258, EC4259, EC4260, EC4261, 
        EC4262, EC4263) [22JY] (EC4285) [23JY] (EC3696, EC4697, 
        EC4698, EC4699) [4SE] (EC4700, EC4701, EC4702) [4SE] (EC4965) 
        [10SE] (EC5376) [28SE]
    ------agency supplements final rule (EC3645) [17JN]
    ------alternate dispute resolution and Federal Courts 
        Administration Act final rule (EC3650) [17JN]
    ------application of cost accounting standards for board 
        regulations to educational institutions final rule (EC2672) 
        [30AP]
    ------Architectural Barriers Act report (EC2211) [7MR]
    ------Armed Forces pricing manual final rule (EC3633) [17JN]
    ------audit report (EC3953) [8JY]
    ------Capital Investment and Leasing Program report (EC2371) 
        [15AP]
    ------Caribbean Basin countries final rule (EC3642) [17JN]
    ------child care services final rule (EC3652) [17JN]
    ------construction final rule (EC3657) [17JN]
    ------Contract Appeals Board rules of procedure final rule 
        (EC5392) [30SE]
    ------contract clauses final rule (EC3656) [17JN]
    ------Defense Production Act amendments final rule (EC3651) [17JN]
    ------double-sided copying final rule (EC3628) [17JN]
    ------electronic screening final rule (EC3654) [17JN]
    ------Federal contractor-issued travel charge card clarification 
        legislation (EC2091) [23FE]
    ------Federal information processing equipment final rule (EC4286) 
        [23JY]
    ------Federal information resources management regulation final 
        rule (EC4304) [24JY]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC1897) 
        [3JA]
    ------Federal travel regulations final rule (EC4421) [29JY]
    ------Federal travel regulations--privately owned vehicle mileage 
        reimbursement final rule (EC3003) [14MY]
    ------fixed pricing final rule (EC3659) [17JN]
    ------fluctuating exchange rates final rule (EC3643) [17JN]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2399) [16AP]
    ------Inspector General report (EC1898) [3JA] (EC3397) [5JN]
    ------interest clause revisions final rule (EC2672) [30AP]
    ------investigation report relative to operating privately owned 
        vehicles (EC2294) [26MR]
    ------irrevocable letters of credit and alternatives to Miller Act 
        bonds final rule (EC3644) [17JN]
    ------justification and approval thresholds final rule (EC3630) 
        [17JN]
    ------lease prospectuses (EC3278) [30MY]
    ------legislative lobbying costs final rule (EC3647) [17JN]
    ------master subcontracting plans final rule (EC3636) [17JN]
    ------memorandum of understanding between the U.S. and European 
        Community final rule (EC3631) [17JN]
    ------modifications of existing contracts final rule (EC2672) 
        [30AP]
    ------NAFTA implementation final rule (EC3641) [17JN]
    ------National Industrial Security Program operating manual final 
        rule (EC3629) [17JN]
    ------ozone executive order final rule (EC3639) [17JN]
    ------Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corp., dissolution 
        legislation (EC5489) [4OC]
    ------personal property furnished to non-Federal recipients report 
        (EC2156) [4MR]
    ------postponement of bid openings or closing dates final rule 
        (EC3632) [17JN]
    ------predetermined indirect cost rates final rule (EC3634) [17JN]
    ------Presidential delegation assignment of claims final rule 
        (EC2672) [30AP]
    ------prompt payment overseas final rule (EC3649) [17JN]
    ------quality assurance nonconformances final rule (EC3655) [17JN]
    ------quick-closeout procedures final rule (EC3653) [17JN]
    ------records retention final rule (EC3646) [17JN]
    ------relocation benefits legislation (EC2945) [10MY]
    ------Research Triangle Park, NC, building project survey report 
        (EC2308) [27MR]
    ------Small Business Competitiveness Demonstration Program final 
        rule (EC3637) [17JN]
    ------small business innovation research rights in data final rule 
        (EC3658) [17JN]
    ------small business size standards final rule (EC3635) [17JN]
    ------termination for convenience final rule (EC3660) [17JN]
    ------travel costs final rule (EC3648) [17JN]
    ------Uruguay Round final rule (EC3640) [17JN]
    ------use of convict labor final rule (EC3638) [17JN]
    Harry S Truman Scholarship Foundation: report (EC2077) [23FE]
    House of Representatives: Members' personal financial disclosure 
        statements (EC4186) [17JY]
    ------receipts and expenditures report (EC2363) [15AP] (EC3775) 
        [24JN] (EC5317) [25SE]
    ------rules reports (EC2451) [23AP]
    INS: acquisition of citizenship final rule (EC3963) [8JY]
    ------blank employment eligibility verification forms final rule 
        (EC5483) [4OC]
    ------certificate of citizenship for children born outside the 
        U.S. final rule (EC5046) [10SE]
    ------certification of designated fingerprinting services final 
        rule (EC3333) [4JN]
    ------defaulted payments fees final rule (EC3962) [8JY]
    ------employment authorization document introduction final rule 
        (EC4998) [10SE]
    ------employment-based petitions final rule (EC3776) [24JN]
    ------evidence of registration of permanent resident aliens final 
        rule (EC4156) [16JY]
    ------immigration and nationality forms final rule (EC5044) [10SE]
    ------immigration final rule (EC5326) [25SE]
    ------resettlement assistance eligibility for Cuban and Haitian 
        national parolees (EC4104) [11JY]
    ------Salvadorans temporary protected status final rule (EC5045) 
        [10SE]
    ------visa waiver pilot program final rule (EC3859) [26JN] 
        (EC4007) [9JY] (EC4323) [25JY]
    Institute of Peace: audit report (EC2408) [16AP]
    Interagency Coordinating Committee on Oil Pollution Research: 
        report (EC5349) [26SE]
    International Boundary and Water Commission: Freedom of 
        Information Act report (EC2157) [4MR]
    Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin: Federal 
        Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2356) [15AP]
    IRS: administrative, procedural, and miscellaneous closing 
        agreements final rule (EC3366) [4JN] (EC3569) [12JN] (EC3918) 
        [27JN] (EC4290) [23JY] (EC4794) [4SE]

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    ------bad debts and dealer assignments of national principal 
        contracts final rule (EC5009) [10SE]
    ------changes in accounting periods and in methods of accounting 
        final rule (EC2685) [30AP]
    ------closing agreements final rule (EC3289) [30MY]
    ------comments on procedures relative to voluntary and involuntary 
        changes in method of accounting final rule (EC4525) [2AU]
    ------common trust fund diversification final rule (EC2738) [1MY]
    ------cost sharing regulations revision final rule (EC3711) [18JN]
    ------debt instruments issue price final rule (EC3760) [20JN] 
        (EC5293) [24SE]
    ------debt instruments with original issue discount final rule 
        (EC3682) [17JN]
    ------decision action final rule (EC4205, EC4206, EC4207, EC4209, 
        EC4210, EC4211, EC4212) [18JY]
    ------deductions in mutal life insurance companies final rule 
        (EC5059) [10SE]
    ------definition of pooled income fund final rule (EC4524) [2AU]
    ------definitions relating to corporate reorganization final rule 
        (EC3173) [23MY]
    ------depositories for Federal taxes final rule (EC4791) [4SE]
    ------determination of interest rate final rule (EC3143) [22MY] 
        (EC3172) [23MY]
    ------determination of issue price in the case of certain debt 
        instruments issued for property final rule (EC2689) [30AP] 
        (EC4289) [23JY]
    ------determination of issue price relative to certain debt 
        instruments issued for property final rule (EC4797) [4SE]
    ------distributions by U.S. corporations (EC5057) [10SE]
    ------effective date extension for certain payors revising W-9 
        substitute forms (EC4792) [4SE]
    ------employee plans and exempt organizations final rule (EC5010) 
        [10SE]
    ------enterprise zone facility bonds final rule (EC3362) [4JN]
    ------environmental settlement funds classification final rule 
        (EC2736) [1MY]
    ------examination of returns and claims for refund, credit, or 
        abatement final rule (EC3285) [30MY]
    ------extension of time to make elections final rule (EC3920) 
        [27JN]
    ------final rule (EC3068) [16MY] (EC3174) [23MY]
    ------foreign corporation income final rule (EC4161) [16JY]
    ------gaming industry tip reporting agreement (EC5407) [1OC]
    ------hairstyling industry tip reporting agreement (EC5408) [1OC]
    ------income exclusions in Supplemental Security Income Program 
        final rule (EC5294) [24SE]
    ------inflation adjustment final rule (EC5011) [10SE]
    ------inflation-indexed debt instruments final rule (EC5327) 
        [25SE]
    ------insurance premium excise tax refund claim filing final rule 
        (EC4162) [16JY]
    ------interest netting study final rule (EC5055) [10SE]
    ------interest rate determination final rule (EC5013) [10SE]
    ------investment company transfers final rule (EC2737) [1MY]
    ------involuntary conversions final rule (EC3363) [4JN]
    ------last-in, first-out inventories final rule (EC3365) [4JN] 
        (EC4070) [10JY] (EC5056, EC5058) [10SE] (EC5105) [12SE] 
        (EC5329) [25SE]
    ------loss payment patterns and discount factors final rule 
        (EC4796) [4SE]
    ------losses and deductions use limitations final rule (EC3916) 
        [27JN]
    ------low-income housing credit final rule (EC3981) [8JY] (EC4288) 
        [23JY] (EC5328) [25SE]
    ------marginal production rates final rule (EC5012) [10SE]
    ------minimum vesting standards final rule (EC5184) [17SE]
    ------modification of debt instruments final rule (EC3917) [27JN]
    ------net operating loss regulations final rule (EC3915) [27JN]
    ------nonpayroll withheld income taxes final rule (EC3287) [30MY]
    ------payment by employer of expenses for meals, entertainment, 
        club dues, and spousal travel final rule (EC3288) [30MY]
    ------private inurement expressly prohibited for organizations 
        final rule (EC5108) [12SE]
    ------processing of returns filed by exempt organizations by Ogden 
        Service Center final rule (EC3921) [27JN]
    ------qualified pension, profit-sharing, and stock bonus plans 
        final rule (EC5183) [17SE]
    ------refund requests final rule (EC3290) [30MY]
    ------regulatory reinvention initiative request for comments final 
        rule (EC5226) [19SE]
    ------relief from filing form 3115 for a change in methods of 
        accounting required by statement of financial accounting 
        standards final rule (EC2688) [30AP]
    ------revenue ruling final rule (EC2836) [6MY] (EC2892) [8MY] 
        (EC4888) [5SE] (EC5487) [4OC]
    ------rulings and determination letters final rule (EC4208) [18JY] 
        (EC4413) [26JY] (EC5060) [10SE]
    ------safe harbor for organizations that provide charitable low-
        income housing final rule (EC2687) [30AP]
    ------salvage discount factors for each property and casualty line 
        of business final rule (EC4795) [4SE]
    ------Schedule Q final rule (EC3364) [4JN]
    ------short taxable years relative to controlled groups final rule 
        (EC3919) [27JN]
    ------State Systems Advance Planning Docment Process final rule 
        (EC4798) [4SE]
    ------substitute information returns preparation final rule 
        (EC4509) [1AU]
    ------tax forms and instructions final rule (EC5350) [26SE]
    ------tax relief for those affected by Operation Joint Endeavor 
        final rule (EC3222) [29MY]
    ------tax year 1996 information returns for submission final rule 
        (EC4291) [23JY]
    ------taxable income under the profit-split method relative to 
        possession credits final rule (EC5106) [12SE]
    ------tax-exempt bond arbitrage requirements compliance final rule 
        (EC5225) [19SE]
    ------tax-exempt organizations excise taxes final rule (EC5107) 
        [12SE]
    ------tax-exempt organizations information returns final rule 
        (EC5109) [12SE]
    ------taxpayer identifying numbers final rule (EC3223) [29MY]
    ------time for performance of acts when last day for performance 
        is Saturday, Sunday, or a legal holiday report (EC4793) [4SE]
    ------treatment of debt instruments final rule (EC2739) [1MY]
    ------underwriters final rule (EC2735) [1MY]
    ------weighted average interest rate update final rule (EC3284, 
        EC3286) [30MY] (EC3980) [8JY] (EC4453) [30JY] (EC5008) [10SE] 
        (EC5272) [23SE]
    ------withholding and reporting of certain income paid to foreign 
        persons final rule (EC2686) [30AP]
    ------work opportunity tax credit final rule (EC5384) [28SE]
    ITC: Andean Trade Preference Act impact report (EC5414) [2OC]
    ------appropriations legislation (EC2373) [15AP] (EC2956) [10MY]
    ------broom corn brooms investigation report (EC4889) [5SE]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2060) 
        [16FE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2169) [4MR]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3325) [4JN]
    ------trade between the U.S. and the People's Republic of China, 
        former Soviet Republics, and other title IV countries report 
        (EC2172) [4MR] (EC3509) [10JN] (EC5015) [10SE]
    ------U.S. trade agreements program operation report (EC4800) 
        [4SE]
    Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission: Inspector General report 
        (EC2400) [16AP]
    ------report (EC1919) [5JA]
    Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts: report (EC3619) [17JN]
    Legion of Valor of the U.S. of America, Inc.: audit (EC5322) 
        [25SE]
    Library of Congress: Capitol preservation fund activities report 
        (EC4974) [11SE]
    ------national policy on public papers (EC1917) [4JA]
    ------report (EC3117) [21MY]
    ------Waiver of Moral Rights in Visual Artworks report (EC2207) 
        [7MR]
    Little League Baseball, Inc.: report (EC1980) [25JA]
    LSC: Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC2052) [13FE] 
        (EC2128) [27FE]
    Merit Systems Protection Board: appropriations legislation 
        (EC3032) [15MY]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2187) [5MR]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC1939) [22JA]
    ------Inspector General report (EC1991) [31JA]
    ------minority employment in the Federal Government report 
        (EC4703) [4SE]
    ------report (EC2412) [17AP]
    ------statistical report (EC4319) [25JY]
    Migratory Bird Conservation Commission: report (EC2100) [23FE]
    Minority Business Development Agency: cost-sharing requirements 
        relative to operation of Minority Business Development Centers 
        final rule (EC3382) [5JN]
    Mississippi River Commission: Government in the Sunshine Act 
        report (EC2009) [1FE]
    Mississippi River Corridor Study Commission: report (EC3251) 
        [30MY]
    NASA: correcting identified material weaknesses report (EC1975) 
        [25JA]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2292) [25MR]
    ------industrial plant report (EC5292) [24SE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3661) [17JN]
    ------Integrated Financial Managment System report (EC2935) [9MY]
    ------Subsonic Noise Reduction Technology Program report (EC3982) 
        [8JY]
    ------Superfund report (EC2225) [12MR]
    National Archives and Records Administration: audiovisual records 
        management final rule (EC1922) [5JA] (EC3900) [27JN]
    ------disposition of Federal records final rule (EC2827) [6MY]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2261) [19MR]
    ------preservation of and access to historical materials of the 
        Nixon administration public regulations final rule (EC2673) 
        [30AP]
    National Bank for Cooperatives Retirement Plan: report (EC2721) 
        [1MY]
    National Bankruptcy Review Commission: Federal Managers' Financial 
        Integrity Act report (EC1935) [22JA]
    National Capital Planning Commission: Federal Managers' Financial 
        Integrity Act report (EC2447) [23AP]
    ------Inspector General report (EC2448) [23AP]
    National Center for Education Statistics: condition of education 
        report (EC3304) [4JN]
    National Commission on Libraries and Information Science: report 
        (EC2938) [10MY]
    National Council on Disability: achieving independence progress 
        report (EC4455) [30JY]
    ------report (EC2293) [26MR]
    National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements: audit 
        report (EC3964) [8JY]
    National Credit Union Administration: Community Development 
        Revolving Loan Program final rule (EC5277) [24SE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3244) [30MY]
    ------loans in areas having special flood hazards final rule 
        (EC5281) [24SE]

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    ------management official interlocks final rule (EC5279) [24SE]
    ------organization and operations of Federal credit unions final 
        rule (EC5278) [24SE]
    ------report (EC2344) [15AP]
    ------schedules of compensation report (EC2269) [20MR]
    ------supervisory committee audits and verifications final rule 
        (EC5280) [24SE]
    National Education Goals Panel: Federal Managers' Financial 
        Integrity Act report (EC2092) [23FE]
    ------report (EC5401) [1OC]
    National Endowment for Democracy: Freedom of Information Act 
        report (EC2185) [5MR]
    ------Inspector General report (EC1899) [3JA]
    National Endowment for the Arts: Freedom of Information Act report 
        (EC2357) [15AP]
    ------report (EC3136) [22MY]
    National Endowment for the Humanities: Federal Managers' Financial 
        Integrity Act report (EC2295) [26MR]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2251) [14MR]
    National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities: Arts and Artifacts 
        Indemnity Program report (EC2346) [15AP]
    National Gallery of Art: Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act 
        report (EC2037) [9FE]
    National Mediation Board: Federal Managers' Financial Integrity 
        Act report (EC3154) [23MY]
    National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum: report (EC3253) [30MY]
    National Park Foundation: report (EC2264) [19MR]
    National Science Board: Inspector General report (EC3398) [5JN]
    National Tropical Botanical Garden: audit report (EC3965) [8JY]
    National Weather Service: modernization legislation (EC2951) 
        [10MY]
    Naval Sea Cadet Corps: audit report (EC2306) [27MR]
    Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp.: Government in the Sunshine Act 
        report (EC2449) [23AP]
    ------report (EC2751) [2MY]
    Ninth Farm Credit District: report (EC1953) [23JA]
    NIST: Fire Research Grants Program continuation final rule 
        (EC2832) [6MY]
    ------grants, materials, science, and engineering laboratory funds 
        availability final rule (EC2831) [6MY]
    NLRB: Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2145) 
        [29FE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2674) [30AP]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC2093) [23FE]
    NOAA: Alaska exclusive economic zone final rule (EC3704) [18JN]
    ------Alaska exclusive economic zone fisheries final rule (EC4003, 
        EC4004) [9JY] (EC4064) [10JY] (EC4436, EC4440, EC4441) [30JY] 
        (EC4722, EC4724, EC4727, EC4728, EC4729) [4SE] (EC4731, 
        EC4732, EC4733) [4SE] (EC5041) [10SE] (EC5100, EC5101) [12SE] 
        (EC5202, EC5203, EC5204) [18SE] (EC5252) [23SE] (EC5320) 
        [25SE] (EC5340) [26SE] (EC5476) [4OC]
    ------Alaska scallop fisheries final rule (EC4435) [30JY]
    ------Aleutian and Alaskan groundfish final rule (EC2889) [8MY] 
        (EC2912) [9MY] (EC3086) [20MY]
    ------anchovy fisheries final rule (EC5198) [18SE]
    ------Arctic water marine mammals caught in small takes incidental 
        to specified activities interim rule (EC2852) [7MY]
    ------Atlantic mackerel, squid, and butterfish fisheries final 
        rule (EC3004) [14MY]
    ------Atlantic striped bass fishery final rule (EC3547) [12JN]
    ------Atlantic swordfish fisheries final rule (EC3456) [12JN] 
        (EC4099) [11JY] (EC4307, EC4308) [24JY]
    ------Atlantic tuna fisheries final rule (EC3901) [27JN] (EC4423, 
        EC4424) [29JY] (EC4716) [4SE] (EC4736) [4SE] (EC4989) [10SE] 
        (EC5403) [1OC]
    ------Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands area groundfish final rule 
        (EC3702, EC3703) [18JN] (EC3826, EC3829) [25JN] (EC3960) [8JY] 
        (EC4434) [30JY] (EC4717, EC4720, EC4726) [4SE]
    ------Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands groundfish and Aleutian 
        Western District Pacific perch final rule (EC3138) [22MY]
    ------Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands Pacific cod fishing by 
        vessels final rule (EC3087, EC3088, EC3089) [20MY]
    ------Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands Pacific perch in the Eastern 
        Aleutian District final rule (EC3410) [5JN]
    ------Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands vessels using trawl gear 
        final rule (EC3404) [5JN] (EC4725) [4SE]
    ------Block Island Sound fishing closure final rule (EC3328) [4JN]
    ------Block Island Sound lobster closure final rule (EC3329) [4JN]
    ------Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, and South Atlantic fisheries 
        final rule (EC3903) [27JN] (EC4986, EC4988) [10SE] (EC5040) 
        [10SE] (EC5167) [17SE] (EC5201) [18SE] (EC5253) [23SE]
    ------Climate and Global Change Program final rule (EC3606) [13JN]
    ------Coastal Zone Management Program regulations final rule 
        (EC3902) [27JN]
    ------fishing capacity reduction initiative final rule (EC4990) 
        [10SE]
    ------foreign and domestic fishing, scientific research, and 
        exempted fishing final rule (EC3195) [29MY]
    ------general provisions for domestic fisheries extension of 
        emergency fishing closure in Black Island Sound final rule 
        (EC3412) [5JN]
    ------Gulf of Alaska groundfish and Pacific cod in the central 
        regulatory area final rule (EC3005) [14MY] (EC3033) [15MY]
    ------Gulf of Alaska groundfish final rule (EC3403, EC3405, 
        EC3406, EC3407, EC3408, EC3409) [5JN] (EC4005) [9JY] (EC4309) 
        [24JY] (EC4719) [4SE]
    ------Gulf of Alaska groundfish recordkeeping and requirements 
        final rule (EC3139) [22MY]
    ------Gulf of Alaska perch final rule (EC4437) [30JY]
    ------Gulf of Alaska pollock final rule (EC5289, EC5290) [24SE]
    ------Gulf of Alaska rockfish final rule (EC4179) [17JY] (EC4438) 
        [30JY] (EC5340, EC5341) [26SE]
    ------Gulf of Alaska shallow-water species fishing by vessels 
        using trawl gear final rule (EC3120) [21MY]
    ------Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Disaster Program final rule 
        (EC3477) [10JN]
    ------Gulf of Mexico reef fish fisheries final rule (EC3830) 
        [25JN] (EC5197) [18SE]
    ------Gulf of Mexico shrimp fishery final rule (EC3119) [21MY]
    ------international fisheries regulations final rule (EC4439) 
        [30JY]
    ------international regulations relative to halibut fisheries 
        final rule (EC4735) [4SE]
    ------longline pot gear final rule (EC5341) [26SE]
    ------Magnuson Act final rule (EC3755) [20JN] (EC5475) [4OC]
    ------marine mammals and dolphin safe tuna labeling regulation 
        consolidation final rule (EC3236) [30MY]
    ------Northeast multispecies fishery final rule (EC3413) [5JN]
    ------Northeastern U.S. fisheries final rule (EC3958) [8JY] 
        (EC4101) [11JY] (EC4476) [31JY] (EC4723) [4SE] (EC4987) [10SE] 
        (EC5086) [12SE] (EC5251) [23SE]
    ------ocean salmon fisheries final rule (EC3827) [25JN]
    ------Ocean Thermal Energy Conservation Licensing Program final 
        rule (EC2952) [10MY]
    ------Pacific groundfish fisheries final rule (EC2913) [9MY] 
        (EC4100) [11JY]
    ------Pacific halibut fisheries final rule (EC3411) [5JN] (EC3664) 
        [17JN] (EC4153) [16JY]
    ------Pacific perch final rule (EC2889) [8MY] (EC4180, EC4181, 
        EC4182) [17JY] (EC4718) [4SE]
    ------Pacific salmon fisheries final rule (EC4002) [9JY] (EC4433) 
        [30JY] (EC4730, EC4734) [4SE]
    ------Pacific whiting at-sea processing final rule (EC3476) [10JN]
    ------Pribilof Environmental Restoration Program financial 
        assistance final rule (EC3140) [22MY]
    ------seabed mining report (EC2283) [21MR]
    ------special exception permits to take, import, and export marine 
        mammals final rule (EC2948) [10MY]
    ------State quota adjustments to summer flounder fishery final 
        rule (EC2853) [7MY]
    ------U.S. lobster fishery final rule (EC3034) [15MY]
    ------Washington, Oregon, and California ocean salmon fisheries 
        final rule (EC3006) [14MY] (EC3196) [29MY]
    ------Western Pacific and west coast fisheries final rule (EC3959) 
        [8JY] (EC4721) [4SE] (EC5081) [11SE] (EC5099) [12SE] (EC5196, 
        EC5199, EC5200) [18SE]
    ------whaling regulations final rule (EC3444) [7JN]
    NRC: abnormal occurrences at licensed nuclear facilities (EC2079) 
        [23FE]
    ------appropriations legislation (EC3922) [27JN]
    ------codes and standard for nuclear power plants final rule 
        (EC4621) [4SE]
    ------decommissioning of nuclear power reactors final rule 
        (EC4406) [26JY]
    ------deletion of outdated references and minor change final rule 
        (EC4622) [4SE]
    ------enforcement manual change notice final rule (EC4175) [17JY]
    ------environmental review for renewal of nuclear powerplant 
        operating licenses final rule (EC3467) [10JN]
    ------export of nuclear equipment and materials final rule 
        (EC4090) [11JY]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC1915) 
        [4JA]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2237) [12MR]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC2314) [28MR]
    ------human-system interface design review guideline final rule 
        (EC5161) [17SE]
    ------licensing support system topical guidelines final rule 
        (EC5193) [18SE]
    ------maintenance rule and steam generator inspections guidelines 
        final rule (EC5426) [3OC]
    ------metric system conversion final rule (EC3840) [25JN]
    ------nondisclosure of safeguards information report (EC2031) 
        [9FE] (EC2847) [7MY] (EC4623) [4SE]
    ------production and utilization facilities emergency planning and 
        preparedness final rule (EC3590) [13JN]
    ------protect identities of confidential sources final rule 
        (EC2987) [14MY] (EC3131) [22MY]
    ------recordkeeping requirements relative to termination or 
        transfer of license (EC2988) [14MY]
    ------rule to establish license and annual fees (EC2388) [16AP]
    ------Safety Research Program report (EC2153) [4MR]
    ------safety system regulatory guide revision final rule (EC4148) 
        [16JY]
    ------spent nuclear fuel storage capacity determining criteria and 
        procedures final rule (EC4149) [16JY]
    NSC: Freedom of Information Act report (EC2146) [29FE]
    NSF: Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2159) 
        [4MR]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2158) [4MR]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3856) [26JN]
    NTSB: budget appeal (EC2103) [23FE]
    ------Freedom of Information Act Report (EC2160) [4MR]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC2094) [23FE]
    Nuclear Facilities Safety Board: Federal Managers' Financial 
        Integrity Act report (EC1934) [22JA]
    ------health and safety activities report (EC2461) [23AP]
    Nuclear Waste Technical Review Board: disposal and storage of 
        spent nuclear fuel report (EC5285) [24SE]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC1924) 
        [5JA]

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    ------findings and recommendations report (EC3115) [21MY]
    ------Inspector General report (EC1923) [5JA]
    Office of Administration: Federal Managers' Financial Integrity 
        Act report (EC2252) [14MR]
    Office of Civilian Radioactive Waste Management: activities and 
        expenditures report (EC4041) [10JY]
    Office of Compliance: adopted regulations publication notice 
        (EC4115) [11JY] (EC4803) [4SE]
    ------Americans With Disabilities Act compliance inspections 
        report (EC4117) [11JY]
    ------OSHA compliance inspections report (EC4116) [11JY]
    ------proposed rulemaking notice (EC4114) [11JY] (EC5111) [12SE] 
        (EC5228, EC5229) [19SE]
    Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight: Federal Managers' 
        Financial Integrity Act report (EC1900) [3JA]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2161) [4MR]
    Office of Government Ethics: executive branch officials disclosure 
        final rule (EC3845) [25JN]
    ------extension and revocation of post-employment waiver final 
        rule (EC3415) [5JN]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2358) [15AP]
    ------report (EC2374) [15AP]
    ------standards of ethical conduct for executive branch employees 
        final rule (EC5323) [25SE]
    Office of Independent Counsel: Inspector General report (EC3245) 
        [30MY]
    ------Ronald H. Brown report (EC4102) [11JY]
    Office of National Drug Control Policy: Freedom of Information Act 
        report (EC2244) [13MR]
    Office of Science and Technology Policy: Freedom of Information 
        Act report (EC2163, EC2164) [4MR]
    Office of Special Counsel: Federal Managers' Financial Integrity 
        Act report (EC1940) [22JA]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2219) [8MR]
    ------report (EC2359) [15AP]
    Office of the U.S. Trade Representative: Freedom of Information 
        Act report (EC2190) [5MR]
    Office of Thrift Supervision: Community Reinvestment Act 
        regulations final rule (EC2802) [6MY]
    ------Community Reinvestment Act report (EC3185) [29MY]
    ------compensation plan (EC2477) [24AP]
    ------consumer report (EC2462) [23AP]
    ------decisions review (EC4143) [16JY]
    ------enforcement actions and initiatives (EC4144) [16JY]
    ------interagency guidelines establishing standards for safety and 
        soundness final rule (EC4579) [4SE]
    ------lending and investment final rule (EC5121) [16SE]
    ------loans in special flood hazard areas final rule (EC4814) 
        [5SE]
    ------management official interlocks final rule (EC4295) [24JY]
    ------preservation of minority savings institutions report 
        (EC2971) [14MY]
    ------regulatory resources operations changes and progress report 
        (EC4189) [18JY]
    ------Uniform Rules of Practice and Procedure report (EC2476) 
        [24AP]
    OMB: accounting standard for Federal property, plant, and 
        equipment (EC2095) [23FE]
    ------agency compliance relative to unfunded mandates reform 
        (EC2296) [26MR]
    ------budget authority and outlays (EC5190) [18SE] (EC5282) [24SE] 
        (EC5300) [25SE] (EC5455) [4OC]
    ------budget rescissions and deferrals (EC1931) [22JA] (EC2062) 
        [20FE] (EC2338) [15AP] (EC3448) [10JN] (EC3576) [13JN] 
        (EC4075) [11JY] (EC4559) [4SE] (EC5187) [18SE]
    ------changes in outlays or receipts (EC1920) [5JA] (EC2114, 
        EC2115) [27FE] (EC2249) [14MR] (EC2385, EC2386, EC2387) [16AP] 
        (EC2695) [1MY] (EC3145) [23MY] (EC3303) [4JN] (EC3378) [5JN] 
        (EC3616) [17JN] (EC4082) [11JY] (EC4167) [17JY] (EC4188) 
        [18JY] (EC4388, EC4389) [26JY] (EC4491) [1AU] (EC4580, EC4581, 
        EC4582, EC4583, EC4584, EC4585) [4SE] (EC4917) [10SE]
    ------changes in outlays or receipts relative to Doug Barnard, 
        Jr., commemorative coins minting (EC1886) [3JA]
    ------changes in outlays or receipts relative to Private 
        Securities Litigation Reform Act (EC1885) [3JA]
    ------Cost Accounting Standards Board report (EC3084) [20MY]
    ------direct spending or receipts legislation (EC2271) [20MR]
    ------executive, management, and supervisory development final 
        rule (EC4966) [10SE]
    ------Federal financial management status and Government-wide 5-
        year financial management plan report (EC1976) [25JA]
    ------Federal financial management status report and Government-
        wide financial management plan (EC4152) [16JY]
    ------Federal stewardship properties, investments, and 
        responsibilities report (EC4059) [10JY]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2162) [4MR]
    ------military personnel accounts sequester exemption (EC4552) 
        [4SE]
    ------new budget authority and outlays (EC2224) [12MR] (EC2345) 
        [15AP]
    ------sequestration update report (EC4558) [4SE]
    ------statistical confidentiality legislation (EC2837) [6MY]
    ------statistical programs report (EC2138) [28FE]
    ------technical assumptions to be used in preparing national 
        defense function outlay estimates (EC3614) [17JN]
    ------work first and personal responsibility legislation (EC2645) 
        [29AP]
    OPIC: Chief Financial Officers Act report (EC2360) [15AP]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2232) [12MR]
    OPM: abolishment of Merced, CA, nonappropriated fund wage area 
        final rule (EC3247) [30MY]
    ------abolishment of nonappropriated fund wage area final rule 
        (EC4968) [10SE] (EC5139) [16SE]
    ------Administrative Law Judge Examination funding final rule 
        (EC4321) [25JY]
    ------agency relationships with organizations representing Federal 
        employees and other organizations final rule (EC3857) [26JN]
    ------alternative forms of retirement annunity final rule (EC2887) 
        [8MY]
    ------Civil Service retirement and disability fund report (EC2759) 
        [2MY]
    ------Dept. of the Air Force personnel demonstration project 
        notice (EC3541) [12JN]
    ------determination relative to use of other than competitive 
        procedures to award contract (EC2231) [12MR]
    ------elections of retirement coverage final rule (EC4704) [4SE]
    ------Federal employee reduction assistance legislation (EC2946) 
        [10MY]
    ------Federal Employees Health Benefits Program final rule 
        (EC2725) [1MY] (EC4196) [18JY] (EC5314) [25SE]
    ------Federal Equal Opportunity Recruitment Program report 
        (EC4320) [25JY]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC1925) 
        [5JA]
    ------Federal Wage System Wage Areas prevailing rate systems final 
        rule (EC2851) [7MY]
    ------final rule (EC2886) [8MY]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2245) [13MR]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3321) [4JN]
    ------interim geographic pay adjustments termination final rule 
        (EC3955) [8JY]
    ------locality-based comparability payments (EC1887) [3JA]
    ------pay under general schedule final rule (EC4705) [4SE]
    ------physicians' comparability allowance report (EC4946) [10SE]
    ------political activities of Federal employees final rule 
        (EC4094) [11JY]
    ------prevailing rate systems final rule (EC4093) [11JY] (EC5165) 
        [17SE]
    ------separate maintenance allowance for duty at Johnston Island 
        final rule (EC3246) [30MY]
    ------use of private sector temporaries final rule (EC2675) [30AP]
    OSHA: personal protective equipment for general industry final 
        rule (EC2753) [2MY]
    Panama Canal Commission: Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act 
        report (EC1954) [23JA]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2220) [8MR]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3322) [4JN]
    ------legislation (EC4163) [16JY]
    ------report (EC1997) [1FE]
    Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corp.: Chief Financial Officers 
        Act report (EC2413) [17AP]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2165) [4MR]
    Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.: allocation of assets in single-
        employer plans final rule (EC4087) [11JY] (EC4590) [4SE] 
        (EC5027) [10SE]
    ------financial report (EC2309) [27MR]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2262) [19MR]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3391) [5JN]
    ------late premium payments, employer liability underpayments and 
        overpayments, and interest rates for determining variable rate 
        premium final rule (EC2664) [30AP]
    ------notice and collection of withdrawal liability and adoption 
        of new interest rates final rule (EC2664) [30AP]
    ------reorganization, renumbering, and reinvention of regulations 
        final rule (EC3876) [27JN] (EC4086) [11JY]
    ------valuation of plan benefits final rules (EC2664) [30AP] 
        (EC2939) [10MY] (EC2973) [14MY] (EC3579) [13JN]
    Physician Payment Review Commission: Medicare volume performance 
        standards and fee update recommendations (EC3095) [20MY]
    ------report (EC2463) [23AP]
    Postal Rate Commission: Freedom of Information Act report (EC1936) 
        [22JA]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC1937) [22JA]
    Postal Service: Freedom of Information Act report (EC2426) [19AP]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC2070) [20FE]
    Potomac Electric Power Co.: balance sheet (EC2032) [9FE]
    Prospective Payment Assessment Commission: health care spending 
        report (EC2210) [7MR]
    Railroad Retirement Board: budget estimates justification report 
        (EC2253) [14MR]
    ------budget legislation (EC5209) [18SE]
    ------canceling of annuities to divorced spouses whose widows 
        elect to receive lump sum payments (EC4216) [18JY]
    ------compensation creditability statute of limitations 
        legislation (EC5110) [12SE]
    ------determination relative to ability to pay benefits (EC5085) 
        [11SE]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC1926) 
        [5JA]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2166) [4MR]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC2361) [15AP]
    ------Inspector General budget request (EC5098) [12SE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC4060) [10JY]
    ------labor member letter relative to statute of limitations 
        application to compensation creditability (EC4292) [23JY]
    ------report (EC2055) [13FE]
    ------retirement system actuarial status report (EC4136) [12JY]
    ------unemployment insurance debt collection improvement 
        legislation (EC4787) [4SE]
    Rehabilitation Services Administration: Rehabilitation Act 
        administration report (EC2752) [2MY]

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    Reserve Officers Association: financial audit (EC4999) [10SE]
    Resolution Funding Corp.,: Inspector General report (EC3399) [5JN]
    SBA: budget implementation legislation (EC4185) [17JY]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC2305) 
        [27MR]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2235) [12MR]
    ------Inspector General report (EC1955) [23JA] (EC4062) [10JY]
    ------minority small business and capital ownership development 
        report (EC4275) [22JY]
    SEC: eliminating fees final rule (EC5239) [23SE]
    ------exemption for certain California limited issues final rule 
        (EC2849) [7MY]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC1927) 
        [5JA]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2186) [5MR]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC3542) [12JN] 
        (EC5166) [17SE]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3248) [30MY]
    ------markets for small businesses report (EC5334) [26SE]
    ------obligations of officers, directors, and principal security 
        holders final rule (EC3383) [5JN]
    ------open-end management investment company distribution of 
        shares final rule (EC5033) [10SE]
    ------open-end management investment company imposition of 
        deferred sales loans final rule (EC5034) [10SE]
    ------order execution obligations final rule (EC4835) [5SE] 
        (EC5035) [10SE]
    ------recommendations of task force on disclosure simplification 
        final rule (EC3384) [5JN]
    ------relief from reporting by small issuers final rule (EC2848) 
        [7MY]
    ------report correction (EC5080) [11SE]
    ------securities fraud, abuse, and litigation protection report 
        (EC4113) [11JY]
    ------Securities Investor Protection Corp., report (EC3887) [27JN]
    ------uniform broker-dealer registration form final rule (EC4150) 
        [16JY]
    ------use of electronic media for delivery purposes final rule 
        (EC2940) [10MY] (EC2941) [10MY]
    Secret Service: color illustrations of U.S. currency final rule 
        (EC4741) [4SE]
    Selective Service System: Freedom of Information Act report 
        (EC2234) [12MR]
    Smithsonian Institution: Inspector General report (EC3698) [18JN]
    Social Security Administration: Federal old-age survivors and 
        disability insurance, determining disability and blindness, 
        and extension of expiration date for musculoskeletal systems 
        listings final rule (EC3440) [6JN]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2315) [28MR]
    ------full-time elementary or secondary school student final rule 
        (EC4314) [24JY]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3699) [18JN]
    ------lump-sum death payment final rule (EC5014) [10SE]
    ------Social Security Act legislation (EC3447) [7JN]
    ------Social Security Domestic Employment Reform Act final rule 
        (EC4313) [24JY]
    ------Social Security Independence and Program Improvements Act 
        final rule (EC4313) [24JY]
    ------statements on earnings and benefits final rule (EC2405) 
        [16AP]
    ------vocational rehabilitation services payment final rule 
        (EC3712) [18JN]
    State Justice Institute: Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act 
        report (EC1978) [25JA]
    ------Inspector General report (EC1903) [3JA]
    Supreme Court: administrative costs of protecting Supreme Court 
        officials (EC2170) [4MR]
    ------Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure amendments (EC2489) 
        [24AP]
    ------Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure amendments (EC2490) 
        [24AP]
    ------Federal Rules of Civil Procedure amendments (EC2487) [24AP]
    ------Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure amendments (EC2488) 
        [24AP]
    ------Judicial Conference of the U.S. report (EC4065) [10JY]
    ------term opening (EC5206) [18SE]
    Surface Transportation Board: acquisition or operation of rail 
        lines final rule (EC3839) [25JN]
    ------boxcar traffic filing final rule (EC3357) [4JN]
    ------connecting railroad track final rule (EC3680) [17JN]
    ------ferrous recyclables exemption (EC5150) [16SE]
    ------intermodal traffic final rule (EC3804) [24JN]
    ------licensing and related services service fees final rule 
        (EC5005) [10SE]
    ------rate changes for pipeline common carriage final rule 
        (EC4067) [10JY]
    ------rate changes for rail common carriage final rule (EC4066) 
        [10JY]
    Susquehanna River Basin Commission: Federal Managers' Financial 
        Integrity Act report (EC1904) [3JA]
    ------Inspector General report (EC2401) [16AP]
    Texas, Republic of: Diplomatic Notice of Perfection of 
        International Relations Between the U.S. and the Republic of 
        Texas (EC2607) [29AP]
    Thrift Depositor Oversight Protection Board: coordinated pursuit 
        of claims final report (EC2803) [6MY]
    ------Inspector General report (EC2097) [23FE] 
    ------FDIC activities and efforts report (EC2804) [6MY]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2167) [4MR]
    ------Inspector General report (EC1905) [3JA]
    ------inventory of real property assets under RTC report (EC2270) 
        [20MR] (EC2285) [22MR]
    ------report (EC4815) [5SE]
    ------Resolution Funding Corp., report (EC3377) [5JN]
    ------RTC activities and efforts report (EC2804) [6MY]
    ------RTC professional liability litigation report (EC2803) [6MY]
    ------RTC report (EC4081) [11JY] (EC4815) [5SE]
    TVA: Freedom of Information Act report (EC4971) [10SE]
    ------Government in the Sunshine Act report (EC3543) [12JN]
    U.S. Copyright Office: Freedom of Information Act report (EC2188) 
        [5MR]
    U.S. Court of Appeals: District of Columbia circuit opinion 
        (EC2030, EC2038, EC2040) [9FE] (EC2429) [19AP] (EC4006) [9JY] 
        (EC4940, EC4972, EC5000) [11SE] (EC5312) [25SE] (EC5316, 
        EC5324) [25SE]
    U.S. Enrichment Corp.: Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act 
        report (EC2450) [23AP]
    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: admission to Oregon Caves National 
        Monument final rule (EC3250) [30MY]
    ------bismuth-tin shot final rule (EC4712) [4SE]
    ------California red-legged frog threatened status final rule 
        (EC3118) [21MY]
    ------hunting and sport fishing in national wildlife refuges final 
        rule (EC4978, EC4981) [10SE]
    ------Lassen Volcanic National Park final rule (EC4979) [10SE]
    ------migratory birds final rule (EC4845) [5SE] (EC4980, EC4982) 
        [10SE] (EC5016) [10SE] (EC5141) [16SE] (EC5221) [19SE] 
        (EC5288) [24SE] (EC5318, EC5319) [25SE]
    ------subsistence management regulations for public lands in 
        Alaska final rule (EC3085) [20MY]
    ------threatened wildlife and plants final rule (EC6039) [10SE] 
        (EC5428, EC5429, EC5430, EC5431, EC5432, EC5433) [3OC] 
        (EC5472, EC5474) [4OC]
    ------zoning standards final rule (EC4713) [4SE]
    U.S. Sentencing Commission: activities report (EC3123) [21MY]
    ------sentencing guidelines for computer fraud and vandalism 
        offenses report (EC3832) [25JN]
    ------sex offenses against children report (EC3757) [20JN]
    U.S. Trade and Development Agency: Freedom of Information Act 
        report (EC2168) [4MR]
    USIA: Exchange Visitor Program final rule (EC3705) [18JN] (EC5047) 
        [10SE]
    ------Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act report (EC1979) 
        [25JA]
    ------Freedom of Information Act report (EC2189) [5MR]
    ------Inspector General report (EC3324) [4JN]
    VFW: convention report (EC1932) [22JA]
    Women's Army Corps Veterans Association: report (EC5291) [24SE]

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS
  Appointments
    Conferees: H. Con. Res. 178, setting forth the Federal budget for 
        1997-2002 [30MY]
    ------H.R. 1561, American Overseas Interests Act [28FE]
    ------H.R. 2977, Administrative Dispute Resolution Act [19SE]
    ------H.R. 3610, Dept. of Defense appropriations [30JY]
    ------H.R. 3675, Dept. of Transportation and related agencies 
        appropriations [5SE]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: making omnibus consolidated (see H.R. 4278) [28SE]
    Budget: reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (see H.R. 
        2903, 3734, 3829) [26JA] [27JN] [17JY]
    ------reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 2530), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 333) [4JA]
    ------reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 3734), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 482) [17JY]
    ------reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 3734), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 492, 495) 
        [30JY] [31JY]
    ------require use of generational accounting information on 
        Presidential and CBO budget submissions (see H.R. 3076) [13MR]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1996-2002 (H. Con. Res. 
        66), consideration (see H. Res. 424) [2MY]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1997-2002 (see H. Con. 
        Res. 174, 178) [9MY] [14MY]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 
        178), consideration (see H. Res. 435) [15MY]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 
        178), consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 450) 
        [10JN]
    Contracts: limit Federal agency payments to contractors for the 
        compensation of any individual (see H.R. 3513) [22MY]
    ------minimize unfair competition between Federal Prison 
        Industries and private firms (see H.R. 3745) [27JN]
    Dept. of Defense: expand authority to donate unusable food (see 
        H.R. 3312) [24AP]
    ------making appropriations (see H.R. 3610) [11JN]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3610), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 453) [12JN]
    ------prohibit additional payments and revise certain reporting 
        requirements for restructuring costs under defense contracts 
        (see H.R. 3608) [10JN]
    ------prohibit payment under defense contracts of restructuring 
        costs for mergers or acquisitions (see H.R. 3433) [10MY]
    ------prohibit the sale or distribution of sexually explicit 
        material to any individual (see H.R. 3300) [23AP]
    Dept. of Energy: authorize hydrogen research, development, and 
        demonstration programs (see H.R. 4138) [24SE]
    Dept. of HHS: employment opportunities for women scientists (see 
        H.R. 3791) [11JY]
    Dept. of HUD: occupancy standards relative to purchasers of single 
        family residential properties (see H.R. 4141) [24SE]
    Dept. of Justice: establish ethics standards for prosecutors (see 
        H.R. 3386) [1MY]
    Dept. of State: consolidate foreign affairs agencies (H.R. 1561), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 375) [7MR]

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    Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3675) [19JN]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3675), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 460) [25JN]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3675), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 522) [17SE]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: compliance with veterans' preference 
        requirements (see H.R. 3594) [6JN]
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3755) [8JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3755), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 472) [9JY]
    Federal employees: ban acceptance of gifts (see H.R. 3797) [11JY]
    ------enable agencies to design personnel systems relative to 
        their mission (see H.R. 3483) [16MY]
    Forest Service: remove restrictions on acquisitions from other 
        Federal agencies for improved firefighting (see H.R. 3417) 
        [8MY]
    Government: applicability of criminal laws pertaining to fraud or 
        false statements to all branches of Government (see H.R. 3166) 
        [27MR]
    ------applicability of criminal laws pertaining to fraud or false 
        statements to all branches of Government (H.R. 3166), concur 
        with Senate amendments (see H. Res. 535) [25SE]
    ------assure operations are free of racial, sexual, and ethnic 
        discrimination (see H.R. 3190) [28MR]
    ------authorize alternative dispute resolution systems (see H.R. 
        4194) [26SE]
    ------establish uniform accounting systems, standards, and 
        reporting systems (see H.R. 4061, 4319) [11SE] [28SE]
    ------improve debt-collection and credit evaluation practices (see 
        H.R. 3809) [12JY]
    ------reform disclosure of lobbying activities to influence the 
        Federal Government (S. 1060), technical corrections (see H.R. 
        3435) [10MY]
    ------require comparable treatment of the President, Vice 
        President, Members of Congress and certain high-level 
        Government employees with Federal employees during Government 
        shutdown (see H.R. 2855, 2882) [5JA] [25JA]
    ------requirements for leasing of space by Federal agencies (see 
        H.R. 2904) [26JA]
    Government regulations: require reasonable notice to businesses of 
        changes made to regulations imposed by Federal agencies (see 
        H.R. 3307) [24AP]
    ------term limits on regulatory agency members (see H.R. 3423) 
        [9MY]
    Lobbyists: prohibit use of funds by Federal agencies to lobby for 
        or against any legislative proposal (see H.R. 3078) [13MR]
    Office of Government Ethics: extend authorization (see H.R. 3235) 
        [15AP]
    Permanent Performance Review Commission: establish (see H.R. 3982) 
        [2AU]
    Small business: reform regulatory process (see H.R. 3798) [11JY]
    ------reform regulatory process (H.R. 994), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 368) [29FE]
    ------strengthen Federal contracting opportunities and assess 
        impact of contract bundling by Federal agencies (see H.R. 
        4313) [28SE]
    U.S. Trade Administration: establish (see H.R. 4328) [28SE]
  Conference reports
    Administrative Dispute Resolution Act (H.R. 2977) [25SE]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H.R. 3610) [28SE]
    Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 
        3675) [16SE]
    Foreign Affairs Agencies' Consolidation (H.R. 1561) [8MR]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation 
        (H.R. 3734) [30JY]
    Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 178) 
        [7JN]
  Messages
    Dept. of HUD Annual Report: President Clinton [29JY]
    Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropriations: 
        President Clinton [29AP]
    Dept. of Transportation Annual Report: President Clinton [25JA]
    Federal Budget for Fiscal Year 1997: President Clinton [19MR]
    Plan To Achieve a Balanced Budget No Later Than 2002 as Certified 
        by the CBO: President Clinton [9JA]
    Veto of H.R. 1561, American Overseas Interests Act: President 
        Clinton [15AP]
  Motions
    Budget: reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R. 3734) 
        [18JY] [24JY]
    ------setting forth the Federal budget for 1997-2002 (H. Con. Res. 
        178) [30MY]
    Dept. of Defense: making appropriations (H.R. 3610) [30JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3610), conference report [28SE]
    Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3675) [5SE]
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related agencies: making 
        appropriations (H.R. 3755) [11JY]
  Reports filed
    Administrative Dispute Resolution Act: Committee of Conference 
        (H.R. 2977) (H. Rept. 104-841) [25SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H. Con. Res. 178, Setting 
        Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 450) (H. Rept. 104-615) [10JN]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1561, Foreign Affairs 
        Agencies' Consolidation: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        375) (H. Rept. 104-476) [7MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3675, Dept. of 
        Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 522) (H. Rept. 104-803) [17SE]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3734, Public Welfare 
        Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 492) (H. Rept. 104-720) [30JY]
    ------Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 495) (H. Rept. 104-729) 
        [31JY]
    Consideration of H. Con. Res. 178, Setting Forth the Federal 
        Budget for 1997-2002: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 435) 
        (H. Rept. 104-577) [15MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 994, Regulatory Sunset and Review Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 368) (H. Rept. 104-464) 
        [29FE]
    Consideration of H.R. 3610, Dept. of Defense Appropriations: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 453) (H. Rept. 104-619) 
        [12JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3675, Dept. of Transportation and Related 
        Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        460) (H. Rept. 104-633) [25JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3734, Public Welfare Programs Reform 
        Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 482) (H. Rept. 104-686) [17JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3755, Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, 
        and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 472) (H. Rept. 104-662) [9JY]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 
        3610) (H. Rept. 104-863) [28SE]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3610) (H. Rept. 
        104-617) [11JN]
    Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 3675) (H. Rept. 104-785) [16SE]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3675) (H. Rept. 
        104-631) [19JN]
    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and Related Agencies 
        Appropriations: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 
        3755) (H. Rept. 104-659) [8JY]
    Federal Government Management--Examining Government Performance as 
        We Near the Next Century (H. Rept. 104-861) [28SE]
    Foreign Affairs Agencies' Consolidation: Committee of Conference 
        (H.R. 1561) (H. Rept. 104-478) [8MR]
    Government Accountability Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (H.R. 3166) (H. Rept. 104-680) [16JY]
    Lobbying Disclosure Act Technical Corrections: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3435) (H. Rept. 104-699) [24JY]
    Office of Government Ethics Authorization Extension: Committee on 
        the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3235) (H. Rept. 104-595) [29MY]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-725) [30JY]
    ------Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-
        651) [27JN]
    Reasonable Notice to Businesses of Changes Made to Regulations 
        Imposed by Federal Agencies: Committee on the Judiciary 
        (House) (H.R. 3307) (H. Rept. 104-859) [28SE]
    Revised Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 1997: 
        Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 104-727) [31JY]
    Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1997-2002: Committee of 
        Conference (H. Con. Res. 178) (H. Rept. 104-612) [7JN]
    ------Committee on the Budget (House) (H. Con. Res. 178) (H. Rept. 
        104-575) [14MY]
    Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 1997: Committee on 
        Appropriations (House) (H. Rept. 104-594) [23MY]

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
related term(s) White House
  Bills and resolutions
    Budget: require use of generational accounting information on 
        Presidential and CBO budget submissions (see H.R. 3076) [13MR]
    Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House): provide 
        authority to obtain testimony to investigate the dismissal of 
        White House Travel Office personnel (see H. Res. 369) [29FE]
    Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office of the 
        President, and independent agencies: making appropriations 
        (see H.R. 3756) [8JY]
    ------making appropriations (H.R. 3756), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 475) [11JY]
    Executive departments: ban acceptance of gifts by employees (see 
        H.R. 3797) [11JY]
    FBI: ensure privacy and security of background reports (see H.R. 
        3785) [11JY]
    Government: applicability of certain laws (see H.R. 3452) [14MY]
    ------civil remedies for the request or receipt of protected 
        records for nonroutine use (see H.R. 3687) [20JN]
    Independent counsel: reform statute (see H.R. 3239) [15AP]
    Monuments and memorials: limit authority of the President to 
        designate certain areas as national monuments (see H.R. 4118) 
        [19SE]
    ------limit authority of the President to designate certain areas 
        as national monuments in California (see H.R. 4242) [27SE]
    Office of the Inspector General: establish (see H.R. 3872) [23JY]
    White House: use of Pennsylvania Avenue for vehicular traffic (see 
        H. Res. 458) [20JN]
    White House Travel Office: abolish (see H.R. 2888) [25JA]
    ------relief of individuals terminated from employment (see H.R. 
        2894, 2937) [25JA] [1FE]
  Motions
    Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office of the 
        President, and independent agencies: making appropriations 
        (H.R. 3756) [17JY]
  Reports filed
    Applicability of Certain Laws Relative to the Executive Office of 
        the President: Committee on Government Reform and Oversight 
        (House) (H.R. 3452) (H. Rept. 104-820) [24SE]
    Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) Authority To 
        Obtain Testimony To Investigate the Dismissal of White House 
        Travel Office Personnel: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        369) (H. Rept. 104-472) [6MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3756, Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, 
        Executive Office of the President, and Independent Agencies 
        Appropriations: Commit

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        tee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 475) (H. Rept. 104-671) [11JY]
    Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office of the 
        President, and Independent Agencies Appropriations: Committee 
        on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3756) (H. Rept. 104-660) [8JY]
    Federal Government Management--Examining Government Performance as 
        We Near the Next Century (H. Rept. 104-861) [28SE]
    Investigation Into the White House and Dept. of Justice on 
        Security of FBI Background Investigation Files (H. Rept. 104-
        862) [28SE]
    Relief of Individuals Terminated From White House Travel Office: 
        Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2937) (H. Rept. 104-
        484) [18MR]
    White House Communications Agency Review: Committee on Government 
        Reform and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-748) [2AU]
    White House Travel Office Firings and Related Matters: Committee 
        on Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-849) 
        [26SE]
    White House Travel Office Proceedings Against John M. Quinn, David 
        Watkins, and Matthew Moore: Committee on Government Reform and 
        Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-598) [29MY]

EXPLOSIVES
related term(s) Firearms
  Bills and resolutions
    Aviation: require installation of certain explosive detection and 
        resistant equipment (see H.R. 3909, 4029) [26JY] [5SE]
    ------require use of animals at airports for detection of certain 
        explosive devices (see H.R. 3896) [25JY]
    International relations: improve awareness, detection, and 
        clearance of antipersonnel landmines and explosive ordnance 
        (see H.R. 3725) [26JN]
    Terrorism: U.S. policy (see H.R. 3953) [2AU]
    ------U.S. policy (H.R. 3953), consideration (see H. Res. 508) 
        [1AU]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 3953, Aviation Security and Antiterrorism 
        Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 508) (H. Rept. 104-
        744) [1AU]

EXPORT ADMINISTRATION ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign trade: treatment of exports to countries identified as 
        state sponsors of terrorism (see H.R. 3109) [19MR]
  Messages
    National Emergency Relative to Lapse of Export Administration Act: 
        President Clinton [4JN]

EXPORT-IMPORT BANK
  Bills and resolutions
    SBA: participation in loans guaranteed under the Export Working 
        Capital Program (see H.R. 2933) [1FE]

EXPORTS
see Foreign Trade

FAIR HOUSING ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Amend (see H.R. 4019) [4SE]

FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Civil rights: prohibit discrimination in the payment of wages 
        based on sex, race, or national origin (see H.R. 3784) [11JY]
    ------use of involuntary arbitration relative to discrimination in 
        the payment of wages based on sex, race, age, religion, 
        disability, or national origin (see H.R. 3748) [27JN]
    Dept. of Defense: prohibit sale in commissary or exchange stores 
        of imported items not produced under minimum labor standards 
        (see H.R. 3843) [17JY]
    Employment: disregard additional payments for calculation of 
        overtime compensation (see H.R. 3087) [14MR]
    ------overtime requirements of certain law enforcement employees 
        working at police training facilities (see H.R. 4172) [25SE]
    ------provide an exemption of overtime compensation for employees 
        of contractors of the Federal Government (see H.R. 3094) 
        [14MR]
    ------provide compensatory time for all employees (H.R. 2391), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 488) [24JY]
    ------provide limited overtime exemption for emergency medical 
        services personnel (see H.R. 3212) [29MR]
    ------use of salary base to exempt employees from certain wage 
        requirements (see H.R. 4266) [27SE]
    Federal contracts: require employers to provide health and pension 
        plans (see H.R. 3528) [23MY]
    Health: limitations on disclosure and use of genetic information 
        (see H.R. 3477, 3482) [16MY]
    Minimum wage: level (see H.R. 3481) [16MY]
    Volunteer workers: allow State and local government workers to 
        perform volunteer services for their employer without 
        requiring overtime pay (see H.R. 3054) [7MR]
  Reports filed
    Clarify Exemption of Houseparents From Minimum Wage and Maximum 
        Hour Requirements: Committee on Economic and Educational 
        Opportunities (House) (H.R. 2531) (H. Rept. 104-592) [23MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 2391, Working Families Flexibility Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 488) (H. Rept. 104-704) 
        [24JY]
    Provide Compensatory Time for All Employees: Committee on Economic 
        and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 2391) (H. Rept. 
        104-670) [11JY]

FAIR TRADE LAWS
see Foreign Trade

FALEOMAVAEGA, ENI F.H. (a Delegate from American Samoa)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    American Samoa: clarify rules of origin for textile and apparel 
        products BRh3761 [9JY]
    ------require U.S. nationals accepted in ROTC programs to apply 
        for citizenship (see H.R. 3327) [25AP]
    Dept. of Transportation: solicit proposals from air carriers to 
        provide air service to certain areas (see H.R. 3739) [27JN]
    Omnibus Territories Act: enact (see H.R. 3721) [26JN]

FALL RIVER COUNTY, SD
  Bills and resolutions
    Water: construction of rural water system (see H.R. 3985) [2AU]

FALSE STATEMENTS ACCOUNTABILITY ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (H.R. 3166): concur with Senate amendments (see H. Res. 535) 
        [25SE]

FAMILIES AND DOMESTIC RELATIONS
related term(s) Children and Youth
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 3517, Dept. of Defense appropriations for military 
        construction, family housing, and base realignment and closure 
        [26JY]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Armed Forces: revise payment of retired pay to former spouses of 
        retired members (see H.R. 3408) [7MY]
    Aviation: requirements relative to families of passengers involved 
        in aircraft accidents (see H.R. 3923) [31JY]
    Business and industry: ensure economic equity for women (see H.R. 
        3857) [18JY]
    ------provide leave for employees relative to adopted or foster 
        children (see H.R. 3681) [19JN]
    ------provide unemployment insurance and leave time to battered 
        women (see H.R. 3837) [17JY]
    Capital punishment: attendance by families of victims at the 
        execution of the murderers (see H.R. 3220) [29MR]
    Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of Grounds for 
        Congressional Family Picnic (see H. Con. Res. 198) [11JY]
    Census: collection of information relative to individuals who 
        provide care for family members who are unable to care for 
        themselves (see H.R. 4146) [24SE]
    Children and youth: child support enforcement (see H.R. 3362, 
        3453, 3465, 3529, 4341) [30AP] [14MY] [15MY] [23MY] [3OC]
    ------consolidate and expand Federal child care programs (see H.R. 
        3860) [18JY]
    ------extend and improve programs for runaway and homeless youth 
        (see H.R. 3806) [12JY]
    ------prohibit sale of personal information without parental 
        consent (see H.R. 3508) [22MY]
    ------promote adoption of minority children (see H.R. 3286) [23AP]
    ------promote adoption of minority children (H.R. 3286), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 428) [7MY]
    Citizenship: status of children born in U.S. to parents who are 
        not citizens or permanent resident aliens (see H.J. Res. 190) 
        [5SE]
    Courts: payment of settlements to individuals relative to child 
        support and alimony obligations (see H.R. 3895) [25JY]
    Crime: interjurisdictional enforcement of protection orders and 
        redefinition of victims relative to stalking (see H.R. 2954, 
        2980) [1FE] [28FE]
    ------national policy to control crime and reform court procedures 
        (see H.R. 2992) [29FE]
    ------prohibit certain false statements, soliciting, or receipt of 
        compensation relative to adoptions (see H.R. 3983) [2AU]
    ------use of certain grant funds to provide parental education 
        (see H.R. 3833) [17JY]
    Dept. of Commerce: relief of survivors of Federal employees killed 
        in plane crash while on trade mission in Croatia (see H.R. 
        3545) [29MY]
    Dept. of Defense: making appropriations for military construction, 
        family housing, and base realignment and closure (see H.R. 
        3517) [23MY]
    ------making appropriations for military construction, family 
        housing, and base realignment and closure (H.R. 3517), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 442) [29MY]
    ------making appropriations for military construction, family 
        housing, and base realignment and closure (H.R. 3517), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 497) [31JY]
    Dept. of HUD: notify local government about proposed assisted 
        multifamily housing projects (see H.R. 4064) [12SE]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: extend benefits to certain children of 
        Vietnam veterans born with spina bifida (see H.R. 3927) [31JY]
    Diseases: support of individuals affected by breast cancer (see H. 
        Con. Res. 177) [10MY]
    Education: parental access to children's curriculum and records 
        (see H.R. 3324, 3947) [25AP] [1AU]
    ------tuition prepayment plans that guarantee a college education 
        at a fixed price (see H. Res. 506) [1AU]
    Family and Medical Leave Act: employer requirements (see H.R. 
        3296) [23AP]
    ------expand coverage and allow leave for parental involvement in 
        educational and extracurricular activities (see H.R. 3704) 
        [24JN]
    Federal aid programs: improve program of block grants to States 
        for temporary assistance to needy families (see H.R. 4324) 
        [28SE]
    Federal employees: pension eligibility of former spouses who 
        remarry (see H.R. 3574) [4JN]
    ------relief of certain former spouses (see H.R. 3428) [9MY]
    ------treatment of survivor annuities for children relative to 
        marriage (see H.R. 2858) [5JA]
    Firearms: prohibit possession for persons convicted of a crime 
        involving domestic violence (see H.R. 3455) [14MY]
    Food stamps: exempt States from certain regulatory requirements 
        relative to electronic distribution of benefits (see H.R. 
        3697) [20JN]
    Housing: enforcement of regulatory requirements for single-and 
        multifamily housing (see H.R. 3741) [27JN]
    Insurance: prevent discrimination against victims of domestic 
        violence (see H.R. 3590) [5JN]
    ------prohibit denial of health coverage based on status as victim 
        of domestic violence (see H.R. 3145) [21MR]
    Law enforcement officers: establish a national resource center and 
        clearinghouse relative to missing or exploited children (see 
        H.R. 3238) [15AP]
    ------provide educational assistance to dependents of Federal 
        officials killed or disabled in the line of duty (see H.R. 
        4111) [18SE]
    LSC: eligibility for assistance for victims of domestic violence 
        (see H.R. 3733) [27JN]
    Marriage: define and protect institution (see H.R. 3396) [7MY]
    ------define and protect institution (H.R. 3396), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 474) [10JY]

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    Medicaid: waive temporarily the enrollment composition rule for 
        Managed Health Services of Wisconsin (see H.R. 4051) [11SE]
    Medicare: require hospitals to extend visitor privileges to non-
        family members (see H.R. 4325) [28SE]
    Native Americans: exempt certain adoption and child custody 
        proceedings from coverage under the Indian Child Welfare Act 
        (see H.R. 3275) [18AP]
    ------exempt voluntary child custody proceedings from coverage 
        (see H.R. 3156) [22MR]
    ------regulations relative to certain adoption and child custody 
        proceedings (see H.R. 3828) [16JY]
    Project for American Renewal: implement (see H.R. 3716) [25JN]
    Public welfare programs: approval of waivers submitted by Michigan 
        to conduct ``To Strengthen Michigan Families'' project (see 
        H.R. 3732) [27JN]
    ------approval of waivers submitted by Wisconsin to conduct 
        ``Wisconsin Works'' project (see H.R. 3562) [4JN]
    ------approval of waivers submitted by Wisconsin to conduct 
        ``Wisconsin Works'' project (H.R. 3562), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 446) [5JN]
    ------enhance work opportunities for families, reduce teenage 
        pregnancies, reduce welfare dependence, and control welfare 
        spending (see H.R. 3266) [17AP]
    ------ensure States have sufficient funds to assure effectiveness 
        of work requirements of certain programs (see H.R. 3999) [2AU]
    ------funding for nutrition programs (see H.R. 4275) [28SE]
    ------reduction of teenage pregnancy rates through evaluation of 
        prevention programs (see H.R. 3940) [1AU]
    ------reform (see H.R. 2915, 3507, 3612, 3734, 3829, 3832) [31JA] 
        [22MY] [11JN] [27JN] [17JY]
    ------reform (H.R. 2915), consideration (see H. Res. 425) [6MY]
    ------reform (H.R. 3734), consideration (see H. Res. 482) [17JY]
    ------reform (H.R. 3734), consideration of conference report (see 
        H. Res. 492, 495) [30JY] [31JY]
    ------reform relative to domestic violence (see H. Con. Res. 195) 
        [27JN]
    Railroad Retirement Board: prevent the canceling of annuities to 
        certain divorced spouses of workers whose widows elect to 
        receive lump sum payments (see H.R. 2942) [1FE]
    Sequoia National Forest: preservation of Giant Sequoia ecosystem 
        and increase recreational opportunities (see H.R. 3873) [23JY]
    Sequoia National Park: renewal of cabin permits to heirs in 
        Mineral King Addition (see H.R. 3534) [23MY]
    Social Security: exempt States from certain regulatory 
        requirements relative to electronic distribution of benefits 
        (see H.R. 4089) [17SE]
    ------placement of children with adult relatives who meet State 
        child protection standards (see H.R. 3650) [13JN]
    ------treatment of spousal benefits relative to divorce (see H.R. 
        3360) [30AP]
    ------treatment of widow's or widower's insurance benefits 
        relative to age (see H.R. 3361) [30AP]
    ------treatment of widow's or widower's insurance benefits 
        relative to delayed retirement (see H.R. 3359) [30AP]
    ------treatment of widow's or widower's insurance benefits 
        relative to disability (see H.R. 3358) [30AP]
    States: improve adoption process (see H.R. 4255) [27SE]
    Taxation: allow small businesses credit for family and medical 
        leave and for wages of employees who work at home to reduce 
        child care needs (see H.R. 3836) [17JY]
    ------child tax credits and deductions for taxpayers with whom a 
        parent or grandparent resides (see H.R. 3984) [2AU]
    ------dependent care tax credit (see H.R. 4154) [24SE]
    ------employer credits for expenses of providing dependent care 
        services to employees (see H.R. 2985) [28FE]
    ------increase child care credit and eliminate the exclusion of 
        certain income relative to foreign sales corporations (see 
        H.R. 3332) [25AP]
    ------provide incentives for investment in renewal communities 
        (see H.R. 3467) [16MY]
    ------treatment of adoption expenses (see H.R. 3286) [23AP]
    ------treatment of adoption expenses (H.R. 3286), consideration 
        (see H. Res. 428) [7MY]
    ------treatment of families and children (see H.R. 3943) [1AU]
    Television: reservation of time for family-oriented programming 
        (see H. Res. 484) [18JY]
    U.S. Sentencing Commission: require a study of sentencing for drug 
        offenses where domestic violence has occurred (see H.R. 4246) 
        [27SE]
    Veterans: increase service-connected disability benefits for 
        veterans and survivors (see H.R. 3458) [15MY]
    ------payment of dependency and indemnity compensation to certain 
        former spouses of veterans dying from service-connected 
        disabilities (see H.R. 3542) [29MY]
    Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act: amend (see H.R. 
        4322) [28SE]
    Women: treatment of pensions relative to spouses and former 
        spouses (see H.R. 3510, 3511) [22MY]
  Conference reports
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations for Military Construction, Family 
        Housing, and Base Realignment and Closure (H.R. 3517) [30JY]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation 
        (H.R. 3734) [30JY]
  Messages
    Family Friendly Workplace Act: President Clinton [27SE]
    Veto of H.R. 4, Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act: 
        President Clinton [22JA]
  Motions
    Dept. of Defense: making appropriations for military construction, 
        family housing, and base realignment and closure (H.R. 3517) 
        [26JY]
    Marriage: define and protect institution (H.R. 3396) [12JY]
    Public welfare programs: reform (H.R. 3734) [18JY] [24JY]
  Reports filed
    Adoption Promotion and Stability Act: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 104-542) [30AP]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 
        104-542) [6MY]
    Cabin Permit Renewals to Heirs in Sequoia National Park Mineral 
        King Addition: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3534) (H. 
        Rept. 104-866) [3OC]
    Clarify Exemption of Houseparents From Minimum Wage and Maximum 
        Hour Requirements: Committee on Economic and Educational 
        Opportunities (House) (H.R. 2531) (H. Rept. 104-592) [23MY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3517, Dept. of Defense 
        Appropriations for Military Construction, Family Housing, and 
        Base Realignment and Closure: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 497) (H. Rept. 104-731) [31JY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3734, Public Welfare 
        Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 492) (H. Rept. 104-720) [30JY]
    ------Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 495) (H. Rept. 104-729) 
        [31JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3286, Adoption Promotion and Stability Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 428) (H. Rept. 104-566) 
        [7MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3396, Defense of Marriage Act: Committee on 
        Rules (House) (H. Res. 474) (H. Rept. 104-666) [10JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3517, Dept. of Defense Appropriations for 
        Military Construction, Family Housing, and Base Realignment 
        and Closure: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 442) (H. 
        Rept. 104-599) [29MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3562, Approval of Waivers Submitted by 
        Wisconsin To Conduct ``Wisconsin Works'' Welfare Reform 
        Project: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 446) (H. Rept. 
        104-604) [5JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3734, Public Welfare Programs Reform 
        Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 482) (H. Rept. 104-686) [17JY]
    Defense of Marriage Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 
        3396) (H. Rept. 104-664) [9JY]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations for Military Construction, Family 
        Housing, and Base Realignment and Closure: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 3517) (H. Rept. 104-721) [30JY]
    ------Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 3517) (H. Rept. 
        104-591) [23MY]
    Increase Service-Connected Disability Benefits for Veterans and 
        Survivors: Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3458) 
        (H. Rept. 104-647) [27JN]
    Interstate Stalking Punishment and Prevention Act: Committee on 
        the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2980) (H. Rept. 104-557) [6MY]
    Native American Adoption and Child Custody Proceedings 
        Regulations: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3828) (H. 
        Rept. 104-808) [19SE]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-725) [30JY]
    ------Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-
        651) [27JN]
    Requirements Relative to Families of Airline Passengers Involved 
        in Aircraft Accidents: Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 3923) (H. Rept. 104-793) [17SE]

FAMILY AND MEDICAL LEAVE ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Business and Industry: employer requirements (see H.R. 3296) 
        [23AP]
    Employment: expand coverage and allow leave for parental 
        involvement in educational and extracurricular activities (see 
        H.R. 3704) [24JN]

FAMILY FRIENDLY WORKPLACE ACT
  Messages
    Provisions: President Clinton [27SE]

FAMINES
  Bills and resolutions
    Education: development of curriculum designed to educate students 
        about the Irish famine (see H. Con. Res. 226) [27SE]

FAN FREEDOM AND COMMUNITY PROTECTION ACT
  Reports filed
    Provisions: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2740) (H. 
        Rept. 104-656) [8JY]

FARM CREDIT ACT
  Reports filed
    Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corp., Operation Improvements: 
        Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2130) (H. Rept. 104-
        446) [4JA]

FARM CREDIT BANKS
  Bills and resolutions
    Consolidated Farm Service Agency: provide grace period for lending 
        to delinquent borrowers (see H.R. 3236) [15AP]

FARMERS
see Agriculture

FARR, SAM (a Representative from California)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Elections: campaign ethics reform and contribution limits (see 
        H.R. 3505) [22MY]
    FCC: revise television station ownership rules relative to local 
        marketing agreements (see H.R. 3623) [12JN]
    Federal Election Campaign Act: amend (see H.R. 3505) [22MY]
    House of Representatives: implementation of Office Waste Recycling 
        Program (see H. Res. 513) [2AU]
    Marine resources: authorizing National Marine Sanctuary Program 
        appropriations (see H.R. 3090) [14MR]
    Peace Corps: anniversary (see H.J. Res. 158) [31JA]

FARRAKHAN, LOUIS
  Bills and resolutions
    Foreign policy: condemn recent visit to Middle East and Africa 
        (see H. Res. 365) [27FE]

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    Foreign relations: condemn recent visit to Middle East and Africa 
        (see H. Res. 374) [7MR]

FATTAH, CHAKA (a Representative from Pennsylvania)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Federal Home Loan Bank System: authorization of loans and 
        participation requirements relative to community development 
        (see H.R. 3349) [30AP]
    House of Representatives: transition for new Members (see H.R. 
        3544) [29MY]
    Music and dance: tribute to African-American music (see H. Con. 
        Res. 151) [12MR]

FAVRE, BRETT
  Bills and resolutions
    National Football League: Most Valuable Player Award recipient 
        (see H. Res. 335, 339) [5JA]

FAWELL, HARRIS W. (a Representative from Illinois)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3103, Health Insurance Portability and 
        Accountability Act [11JN]
    ------H.R. 3448, Small Business Job Protection Act [26JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Employment: protect employer rights (see H.R. 3211) [29MR]
    ------provide limited overtime exemption for emergency medical 
        services personnel (see H.R. 3212) [29MR]
    Labor unions: ensure that employees paying mandatory dues may 
        object to the use of their dues for noncollective-bargaining 
        activities (see H.R. 3580) [5JN]
    NLRB: allow individuals against whom injunctive relief is sought 
        an opportunity to review and respond to legal memoranda and 
        documents (see H.R. 3091) [14MR]

FAZIO, VIC (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Committee To Escort the President [23JA]
    Conferee: H.R. 3603, agriculture, rural development, FDA, and 
        related agencies programs appropriations [30JY]
    ------H.R. 3675, Dept. of Transportation and related agencies 
        appropriations [5SE]
    ------H.R. 3754, legislative branch of the Government 
        appropriations [30JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Committees of the House: minority party appointments (see H. Res. 
        367, 408, 414, 447) [28FE] [22AP] [25AP] [5JN]
    Diseases: issue special postage stamps to fund breast cancer 
        research (see H.R. 3401) [7MY]
    Drugs: control access to chemicals used in manufacturing 
        methamphetamine (see H.R. 3067) [12MR]
    ------prevent manufacturing and use of methamphetamine (see H.R. 
        3908) [26JY]
    McNulty, Representative: election to the Committee on Ways and 
        Means (House) (see H. Res. 344) [25JA]
    Serrano, Representative: election to the Committee on 
        Appropriations (House) (see H. Res. 383) [14MR]
  Motions offered by
    Elections: campaign ethics reform and contribution limits (H.R. 
        3820) [25JY]
    Legislative branch of the Government: making appropriations (H.R. 
        3754) [10JY]

FEDERAL, FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Drugs: review use of radiopharmaceuticals (see H.R. 3065) [12MR]

FEDERAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    OMB: establish electronic data reporting standards (see H.R. 3869) 
        [23JY]

FEDERAL AGENCIES
see Executive Departments

FEDERAL AGRICULTURAL MORTGAGE CORP.
  Reports filed
    Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corp., Operation Improvements: 
        Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2130) (H. Rept. 104-
        446) [4JA]

FEDERAL AID PROGRAMS
related term(s) Public Welfare Programs
  Appointments
    Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance: members [18JY]
    Conferees: H.R. 2854, Agricultural Market Transition Act [14MR]
    ------H.R. 3734, public welfare programs reform pursuant to budget 
        reconciliation [24JY]
    ------S. 1260, U.S. Housing Act [9MY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Agriculture: fair payment for use of Bureau of Reclamation water 
        (see H.R. 3917) [30JY]
    ------Federal assistance to livestock producers adversely affected 
        by drought conditions (see H.R. 3449; H. Con. Res. 181) [14MY] 
        [23MY]
    ------improve operation of certain programs (see H.R. 2854, 2973) 
        [5JA] [27FE]
    ------improve operation of certain programs (H.R. 2854), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 366) [27FE]
    ------improve operation of certain programs (H.R. 2854), 
        consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 393) [27MR]
    ------increase emphasis on and disseminate results of agricultural 
        research projects relative to precision agriculture (see H.R. 
        3795) [11JY]
    Alaska: implement social and economic programs of Alaska Natives 
        (see H.R. 3973) [2AU]
    Alcoholic beverages: eliminate Federal subsidies for advertising 
        abroad (see H.R. 3472) [16MY]
    BIA: reorganization (see H.R. 3354) [30AP]
    Business and industry: reduce Federal subsidies and strengthen tax 
        treatment of individuals who renounce their citizenship (see 
        H.R. 4122) [19SE]
    CERCLA: eligibility for Federal assistance relative to development 
        of brownfield sites (see H.R. 3746) [27JN]
    Children and youth: consolidate and expand Federal child care 
        programs (see H.R. 3860) [18JY]
    ------extend and improve programs for runaway and homeless youth 
        (see H.R. 3806) [12JY]
    Colleges and universities: participation by historically black 
        graduate professional schools in certain education grant 
        programs (see H.R. 3055) [7MR]
    Community Services Block Grant Act: composition of boards of 
        community action agencies and nonprofit private organizations 
        (see H.R. 4254) [27SE]
    Consolidated Farm Service Agency: provide grace period for lending 
        to delinquent borrowers (see H.R. 3236) [15AP]
    Correctional institutions: prevent services performed by inmates 
        from being treated as employment (see H.R. 3858) [18JY]
    Crime: reduce certain funds if eligible States do not enact 
        certain laws (see H.R. 3243) [15AP]
    ------use of certain grant funds to provide parental education 
        (see H.R. 3833) [17JY]
    Death and dying: prohibit Federal funding for assisted suicide, 
        euthanasia, or mercy killing (see H.R. 4149) [24SE]
    Dept. of Agriculture: payment rate for barley (see H.R. 4002) 
        [2AU]
    Dept. of Defense: technical corrections relative to certain 
        educational assistance authority (see H.R. 4282) [28SE]
    Dept. of HUD: notify local government about proposed assisted 
        multifamily housing projects (see H.R. 4064) [12SE]
    ------occupancy standards relative to purchasers of single family 
        residential properties (see H.R. 4141) [24SE]
    ------withhold public housing assistance to State agencies that 
        impede eviction of a tenant (see H.R. 3865) [22JY]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: making continuing appropriations (H.J. 
        Res. 134), disposition of Senate amendment (see H. Res. 336) 
        [5JA]
    ------making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res. 134), 
        transmission procedures relative to balanced budget submission 
        (see H. Con. Res. 131) [5JA]
    ------require that educational assistance programs offices be 
        located within the District of Columbia (see H.R. 3036) [6MR]
    ------revise ranking process of applicants and limit awards to 
        States for certain construction grants (see H.R. 3722) [26JN]
    Economy: promote revitalization through Federal assistance for 
        cleanup of abandoned or contaminated properties (see H.R. 
        2919, 3093) [31JA] [14MR]
    Education: deny funds to education programs that allow corporal 
        punishment (see H.R. 2918) [31JA]
    ------eligibility standards for short term educational programs 
        (see H.R. 2914) [31JA]
    ------exempt certain lenders from audit requirements of student 
        loan programs (see H.R. 3002) [4MR]
    ------funding levels for federally assisted education programs 
        (see H. Con. Res. 144) [1FE]
    ------Impact Aid Program reform (see H.R. 2886) [25JA]
    ------participation of local agencies in certain programs 
        independent of State involvement (see H.R. 3313) [24AP]
    ------permit financial institutions under the Federal Family 
        Education Loan Program to pay origination fees of borrowers 
        (see H.R. 3863) [22JY]
    ------provide interest subsidies for construction and renovation 
        of schools (see H.R. 4309) [28SE]
    Employment: ensure economic self-sufficiency for participants in 
        adult training programs (see H.R. 3616) [11JN]
    ------extend time period for filing of trade adjustment assistance 
        petitions (see H.R. 3271) [18AP]
    ------provide adjustment assistance to workers displaced because 
        of any Federal program, project, or activity (see H.R. 4292) 
        [28SE]
    ------provide training assistance to individuals employed in an 
        economically depressed industry and area (see H.R. 3403) [7MY]
    Families and domestic relations: enhance work opportunities for 
        families, reduce teenage pregnancies, reduce welfare 
        dependence, and control welfare spending (see H.R. 3266) 
        [17AP]
    ------promote adoption of minority children (see H.R. 3286) [23AP]
    ------promote adoption of minority children (H.R. 3286), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 428) [7MY]
    Federal-State relations: improve the effectiveness of financial 
        management and audits of State and local governments receiving 
        Federal assistance (see H.R. 3184) [28MR]
    FHA: streamline certain single family housing programs (see H.R. 
        3742) [27JN]
    Fish and fishing: authorize certain disaster assistance to 
        commercial fishermen through State and local governments and 
        nonprofit organizations (see H.R. 2956) [1FE]
    Floods: participation of communities in national flood insurance 
        program relative to protection of manufactured homes (see H.R. 
        3661) [17JN]
    Food stamps: exempt States from certain regulatory requirements 
        relative to electronic distribution of benefits (see H.R. 
        3697) [20JN]
    ------forbid recipients to resell or barter with acquired food 
        (see H.R. 4027) [5SE]
    Government: coordinate Federal financial assistance programs to 
        streamline Government operations (see H.R. 3064) [12MR]
    ------elimination of certain Federal programs and subsidies (see 
        H.R. 2934) [1FE]
    ------improve debt-collection and credit evaluation practices (see 
        H.R. 3809) [12JY]
    Health: establish a comprehensive program relative to alcohol and 
        alcohol abuse (see H.R. 3479) [16MY]
    ------establish State and community assistance programs for 
        providers of health care services and maintenance of safety 
        net hospital infrastructure (see H.R. 4075) [12SE]
    ------establish teaching hospital and graduate medical education 
        trust fund (see H.R. 4069) [12SE]
    ------improve efforts to combat fraud and abuse in health care 
        programs (see H.R. 3224) [29MR]
    Homeless: assistance (see H.R. 3347) [25AP]
    ------consolidate Federal housing assistance programs (see H.R. 
        3964) [2AU]
    Housing: authorize, revise, and extend certain Federal programs 
        (see H.R. 3743) [27JN]
    ------deregulate public housing and rental assistance programs 
        (H.R. 2406), consideration (see H. Res. 426) [7MY]
    ------enforcement of regulatory requirements for single-and 
        multifamily housing (see H.R. 3741) [27JN]
    ------limit use of federally assisted housing by aliens (see H.R. 
        2885) [25JA]

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    ------occupancy standards for federally assisted housing relative 
        to drug and alcohol abusers (see H.R. 3390) [2MY]
    ------prohibit increase of security deposit in units receiving 
        Federal rental housing assistance (see H.R. 3679) [19JN]
    ------rental assistance payments for certain owners of 
        manufactured homes who rent the lots on which their homes are 
        located (see H.R. 3402) [7MY]
    Indian Health Service: extend program for direct billing of 
        Medicare, Medicaid, and other third party payors (see H.R. 
        3378) [1MY]
    ------extend program for direct billing of Medicare, Medicaid, and 
        other third party payors (H.R. 3378), concur with Senate 
        amendments (see H. Res. 544) [27SE]
    Iowa: provide relief for agricultural producers for flooding 
        losses caused by water retention at the Lake Redrock dam (see 
        H.R. 4054) [11SE]
    James River: permit Corps of Engineers to acquire flowage and 
        saturation easements for lands located in flood areas (see 
        H.R. 3613) [11JN]
    Job Corps: ensure a drug-free, safe, and cost effective program 
        (see H.R. 3169) [27MR]
    Law enforcement officers: provide educational assistance to 
        dependents of Federal officials killed or disabled in the line 
        of duty (see H.R. 4111) [18SE]
    ------reduce crime control assistance to States that do not 
        provide health benefits to officers retired by on-duty 
        injuries (see H.R. 2912) [31JA]
    LSC: eligibility for assistance for victims of domestic violence 
        (see H.R. 3733) [27JN]
    Medicaid: State recovery of expenses from medical assistance 
        programs (see H.R. 2883) [25JA]
    ------waive temporarily the enrollment composition rule for 
        Managed Health Services of Wisconsin (see H.R. 4051) [11SE]
    ------waiver of enrollment composition rule relative to certain 
        HMOs (see H.R. 3866, 3871, 4227) [22JY] [23JY] [26SE]
    Medicare: coverage for home health services (see H.R. 4229) [27SE]
    ------expand coverage of part B to provide for respite care 
        services (see H.R. 3585) [5JN]
    ------hospice care reform (see H.R. 3714) [25JN]
    Native Americans: authorizing appropriations for certain programs 
        (see H.R. 3066) [12MR]
    ------extend tribal authority to manage certain Federal programs 
        that directly benefit Native Americans (see H.R. 3034) [6MR]
    ------funding for housing programs relative to tribal self-
        governance (see H.R. 3219) [29MR]
    Project for American Renewal: implement (see H.R. 3716) [25JN]
    Public buildings: community use of public facilities that are 
        acquired, constructed, or rehabilitated using community 
        development block grants (see H.R. 3888) [24JY]
    Public lands: provide disaster assistance loans for small 
        businesses operating within a national park or wildlife refuge 
        that were affected during recent Government shutdown (see H.R. 
        3044) [7MR]
    Public welfare programs: approval of waivers submitted by Michigan 
        to conduct ``To Strengthen Michigan Families'' project (see 
        H.R. 3732) [27JN]
    ------approval of waivers submitted by Wisconsin to conduct 
        ``Wisconsin Works'' project (see H.R. 3562) [4JN]
    ------approval of waivers submitted by Wisconsin to conduct 
        ``Wisconsin Works'' project (H.R. 3562), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 446) [5JN]
    ------ensure States have sufficient funds to assure effectiveness 
        of work requirements of certain programs (see H.R. 3999) [2AU]
    ------funding for nutrition programs (see H.R. 4275) [28SE]
    ------modify laws relative to public assistance and benefits for 
        aliens (see H.R. 4335) [30SE]
    ------reform (see H.R. 2915, 3507, 3612, 3734, 3829, 3832) [31JA] 
        [22MY] [11JN] [27JN] [17JY]
    ------reform (H.R. 2915), consideration (see H. Res. 425) [6MY]
    ------reform (H.R. 3734), consideration (see H. Res. 482) [17JY]
    ------reform (H.R. 3734), consideration of conference report (see 
        H. Res. 492, 495) [30JY] [31JY]
    ------reform relative to domestic violence (see H. Con. Res. 195) 
        [27JN]
    ------treatment of legal immigrants (see H.R. 4122) [19SE]
    Rental housing: prohibit Federal assistance to owners whose 
        tenants are family members (see H.R. 3963) [2AU]
    Roads and highways: modify the minimum allocation formula for 
        Federal aid highway program (see H.R. 3195) [28MR]
    SBA: increase fees for participants in certain financial 
        assistance programs (see H.R. 3989) [2AU]
    ------participation in loans guaranteed under the Export Working 
        Capital Program (see H.R. 2933) [1FE]
    Small business: extend the Small Business Technology Transfer 
        Program (see H.R. 3158) [25MR]
    ------provide development assistance to economically disadvantaged 
        individuals (see H.R. 3994) [2AU]
    Social Security: establish and maintain individual investment 
        accounts (see H.R. 4215) [26SE]
    ------exempt States from certain regulatory requirements relative 
        to electronic distribution of benefits (see H.R. 4089) [17SE]
    ------use of current level disability benefits for blind 
        individuals in certain earnings test disability determinations 
        (see H.R. 4091) [17SE]
    States: clarify rights to set base period used to determine 
        eligibility for unemployment compensation (see H.R. 3786) 
        [11JY]
    ------congressional consent for mutual aid agreement between the 
        cities of Bristol, VA, and Bristol, TN (see H.J. Res. 166) 
        [21MR]
    ------deny community development block grants to States that allow 
        recovery of damages for injuries suffered in the commission of 
        a felony (see H.R. 3736) [27JN]
    ------improve program of block grants for temporary assistance to 
        needy families (see H.R. 4324) [28SE]
    Taxation: reduce Social Security taxation rates and corresponding 
        old-age insurance benefits, and provide for individual Social 
        Security retirement accounts (see H.R. 2952) [1FE]
    ------treatment of certain Federal grants established in 
        accordance with the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (see 
        H.R. 2960) [1FE]
    ------treatment of empowerment zones and enterprise communities 
        (see H.R. 3241) [15AP]
    Texas: drought relief for Corpus Christi, TX, and the Canadian 
        River Municipal Water Authority, TX (see H.R. 3910) [26JY]
    Veterans: eligibility for training and rehabilitation assistance 
        and transfer of certain educational assistance authority (see 
        H.R. 3674) [19JN]
    ------improve health care programs (see H.R. 3950) [2AU]
    ------improve programs and benefits (see H.R. 3373) [1MY]
    ------make permanent alternative teacher certification programs 
        (see H.R. 2868) [23JA]
    ------strengthen veterans' preference and increase employment 
        opportunities (see H.R. 3586, 3938) [5JN] [1AU]
    Weather: establish disaster and emergency assistance standards 
        relative to snow-related events (see H.R. 3348) [29AP]
  Conference reports
    Agriculture Market Transition Act (H.R. 2854) [25MR]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation 
        (H.R. 3734) [30JY]
    Workforce and Career Development Act (H.R. 1617) [25JY]
  Messages
    Veto of H.R. 4, Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act: 
        President Clinton [22JA]
  Motions
    Agriculture: improve operation of certain programs (H.R. 2854) 
        [29FE]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: making continuing appropriations (H.J. 
        Res. 134) [5JA]
    Federal aid programs: improve operation (H.R. 2854) [14MR]
    Housing: deregulate public housing and rental assistance programs 
        (H.R. 2406) [9MY]
    Public welfare programs: reform (H.R. 3734) [18JY] [24JY]
  Reports filed
    Adoption Promotion and Stability Act: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 104-542) [30AP]
    ------Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 3286) (H. Rept. 
        104-542) [6MY]
    Agriculture Market Transition Act: Committee of Conference (H.R. 
        2854) (H. Rept. 104-494) [25MR]
    ------Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2854) (H. Rept. 104-
        462) [9FE]
    Alaska Natives Social and Economic Programs Implementation: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3973) (H. Rept. 104-838) 
        [25SE]
    Appalachian Regional Commission Funding and Economic Development 
        Programs: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 
        (House) (H.R. 2145) (H. Rept. 104-693) [18JY]
    Congressional Consent for Mutual Aid Agreement Between the Cities 
        of Bristol, VA, and Bristol, TN: Committee on the Judiciary 
        (House) (H.J. Res. 166) (H. Rept. 104-705) [24JY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2854, Federal 
        Agriculture Improvement and Reform Act: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 393) (H. Rept. 104-502) [27MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3734, Public Welfare 
        Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 492) (H. Rept. 104-720) [30JY]
    ------Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 495) (H. Rept. 104-729) 
        [31JY]
    Consideration of H.R. 2406, U.S. Housing Act: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 426) (H. Rept. 104-564) [7MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 2854, Agricultural Market Transition Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 366) (H. Rept. 104-463) 
        [27FE]
    Consideration of H.R. 3286, Adoption Promotion and Stability Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 428) (H. Rept. 104-566) 
        [7MY]
    Consideration of H.R. 3562, Approval of Waivers Submitted by 
        Wisconsin To Conduct ``Wisconsin Works'' Welfare Reform 
        Project: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 446) (H. Rept. 
        104-604) [5JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3734, Public Welfare Programs Reform 
        Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: Committee on Rules (House) 
        (H. Res. 482) (H. Rept. 104-686) [17JY]
    Disaster and Emergency Assistance Standards Relative to Snow-
        Related Events: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 
        (House) (H.R. 3348) (H. Rept. 104-792) [17SE]
    Disposition of Senate Amendment to H.J. Res. 134, Dept. of 
        Veterans Affairs Continuing Appropriations: Committee on Rules 
        (House) (H. Res. 336) (H. Rept. 104-448) [5JA]
    Drought Relief for Corpus Christi, TX, and the Canadian River 
        Municipal Water Authority, TX: Committee on Resources (House) 
        (H.R. 3910) (H. Rept. 104-770) [4SE]
    Effectiveness of Financial Management and Audits of State and 
        Local Governments Receiving Federal Assistance: Committee on 
        Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 3184) (H. Rept. 
        104-607) [6JN]
    Fraud and Abuse in Medicare and Medicaid--Stronger Enforcement and 
        Better Management Could Save Billions: Committee on Government 
        Reform and Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-641) [27JN]
    Guidelines for School Lunch and Breakfast Programs: Committee on 
        Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 2066) (H. 
        Rept. 104-561) [7MY]
    Indian Health Service Program for Direct Billing of Medicare, 
        Medicaid, and Other Third Party Payers: Committee on Resources 
        (House) (H.R. 3378) (H. Rept. 104-742) [1AU]
    Medicaid Waiver of Enrollment Composition Rule Relative to Certain 
        HMOs: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 3871) (H. Rept. 104-
        752) [2AU]

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    Participation by Historically Black Graduate Professional Schools 
        in Certain Education Grant Programs: Committee on Economic and 
        Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3055) (H. Rept. 104-
        504) [28MR]
    Permit Financial Institutions Under the Federal Family Education 
        Loan Program To Pay Origination Fees of Borrowers: Committee 
        on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3863) 
        (H. Rept. 104-775) [5SE]
    Public Welfare Programs Reform Pursuant to Budget Reconciliation: 
        Committee of Conference (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-725) [30JY]
    ------Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 3734) (H. Rept. 104-
        651) [27JN]
    Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act Amendments: Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 2594) (H. 
        Rept. 104-525) [18AP]
    Small Business Technology Transfer Program: Committee on Small 
        Business (House) (H.R. 3158) (H. Rept. 104-850) [26SE]
    Strengthen Veterans' Preference and Increase Employment 
        Opportunities: Committee on Government Reform and Oversight 
        (House) (H.R. 3586) (H. Rept. 104-675) [12JY]
    Use of Federal Funding by Local Governments and Nonprofit 
        Organizations in Accordance With Approved Local Flexibility 
        Plans: Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) 
        (H.R. 2086) (H. Rept. 104-847) [26SE]
    U.S. Housing Act: Committee on Banking and Financial Services 
        (House) (H.R. 2406) (H. Rept. 104-461) [25AP]
    Veterans Benefits Decision Revisions Based on Clear and 
        Unmistakable Error: Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) 
        (H.R. 1483) (H. Rept. 104-571) [10MY]
    Veterans Eligibility for Training and Rehabilitation Assistance 
        and Transfer of Certain Educational Assistance Authority: 
        Committee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 3674) (H. Rept. 
        104-650) [27JN]
    Veterans Programs and Benefits Improvements: Committee on Veterans 
        Affairs (House) (H.R. 3373) (H. Rept. 104-572) [10MY]
    Workforce and Career Development Act: Committee of Conference 
        (H.R. 1617) (H. Rept. 104-707) [25JY]

FEDERAL ANTI-STALKER ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (see H.R. 2954) [1FE]

FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION
related term(s) Department of Transportation
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 3539, FAA programs reauthorization [24SE]
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: reauthorizing programs (see H.R. 3539) [29MY]
    ------reauthorizing programs (H.R. 3539), consideration of 
        conference report (see H. Res. 540) [26SE]
    Aviation: authorize research, engineering, and development 
        programs (see H.R. 3484) [16MY]
    ------preemployment review of prospective pilot records (see H.R. 
        3536) [29MY]
    ------prohibit transportation of chemical oxygen generators on 
        certain aircraft (see H.R. 3618) [12JN]
    ------require installation of certain explosive detection and 
        resistant equipment (see H.R. 3909, 4029) [26JY] [5SE]
    ------require use of animals at airports for detection of certain 
        explosive devices (see H.R. 3896) [25JY]
    ------standards relative to foreign repair stations (see H.R. 
        3839) [17JY]
    Essential air service: funding (see H.R. 3037) [6MR]
    Health: regulations relative to recirculation of fresh air in 
        commercial aircraft (see H.R. 3626) [12JN]
    Noise pollution: restrictions and requirements on aircraft 
        operations at certain metropolitan airports (see H.R. 4093, 
        4287) [17SE] [28SE]
    NTSB: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 3159) [26MR]
    ------authorizing appropriations (H.R. 3159), corrections in 
        enrollment (see H. Con. Res. 221) [26SE]
    Safety: reorganize and remove all duties not related to safety 
        (see H.R. 3831) [17JY]
    Taxation: aviation excise taxes relative to Airport and Airway 
        Trust Fund expenditures (see H.R. 4206) [26SE]
    Veterans: compliance with veterans' preference requirements during 
        reductions in force (see H.R. 3593) [6JN]
  Conference reports
    FAA Programs Reauthorization (H.R. 3539) [26SE]
  Reports filed
    Airline Pilot Hiring and Safety Act: Committee on Transportation 
        (House) (H.R. 3536) (H. Rept. 104-684) [17JY]
    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3539, FAA Programs 
        Reauthorization: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 540) (H. 
        Rept. 104-851) [26SE]
    Establish the FAA as an Independent Agency: Committee on 
        Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 2276) (H. 
        Rept. 104-475) [7MR]
    FAA Programs Reauthorization: Committee of Conference (H.R. 3539) 
        (H. Rept. 104-848) [26SE]
    ------Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 
        3539) (H. Rept. 104-714) [26JY]
    Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Board of Review 
        Abolishment: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 
        (House) (H.R. 1036) (H. Rept. 104-596) [29MY]
    NTSB Appropriations: Committee on Transportation (House) (H.R. 
        3159) (H. Rept. 104-682) [17JY]

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
  Appointments
    Conferees: S. 735, Comprehensive Terrorism Prevention Act [14MR]
  Bills and resolutions
    Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House): provide 
        authority to obtain testimony to investigate the dismissal of 
        White House Travel Office personnel (see H. Res. 369) [29FE]
    Crime: treatment of Federal prisoners (see H.R. 3206) [29MR]
    Executive Office of the President: ensure privacy and security of 
        FBI background reports (see H.R. 3785) [11JY]
    Terrorism: improve U.S. ability to respond to terrorist threats 
        (see H.R. 3409) [7MY]
    ------improve U.S. ability to respond to terrorist threats (H.R. 
        2703), consideration (see H. Res. 376, 380) [7MR] [12MR]
    ------improve U.S. ability to respond to terrorist threats (S. 
        735), consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 405) 
        [17AP]
    ------U.S. policy (see H.R. 3953) [2AU]
    ------U.S. policy (H.R. 3953), consideration (see H. Res. 508) 
        [1AU]
  Conference reports
    Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act (S. 735) [15AP]
  Motions
    Terrorism: improve U.S. ability to respond to terrorist threats 
        (H.R. 2703) [13MR] [14MR]
    ------improve U.S. ability to respond to terrorist threats (S. 
        735) [14MR]
  Reports filed
    Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act: Committee of 
        Conference (S. 735) (H. Rept. 104-518) [15AP]
    Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) Authority To 
        Obtain Testimony To Investigate the Dismissal of White House 
        Travel Office Personnel: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        369) (H. Rept. 104-472) [6MR]
    Consideration of Conference Report on S. 735, Antiterrorism and 
        Effective Death Penalty Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. 
        Res. 405) (H. Rept. 104-522) [17AP]
    Consideration of H.R. 2703, Comprehensive Antiterrorism Act: 
        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 376) (H. Rept. 104-477) 
        [7MR]
    ------Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 380) (H. Rept. 104-480) 
        [12MR]
    Consideration of H.R. 3953, Aviation Security and Antiterrorism 
        Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 508) (H. Rept. 104-
        744) [1AU]
    Investigation Into the White House and Dept. of Justice on 
        Security of FBI Background Investigation Files (H. Rept. 104-
        862) [28SE]

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
  Bills and resolutions
    Business and industry: require promotion of sharing of 
        broadcasting tower facilities (see H.R. 3945) [1AU]
    Reform (see H.R. 3957) [2AU]
    Safety: establish rules preventing broadcasts that create hazards 
        for motorists (see H.R. 3419) [8MY]
    Telecommunications: protection of consumer privacy relative to new 
        communications technologies (see H.R. 3685) [20JN]
    Telephones: prohibit providers of cellular and other mobile radio 
        services from blocking access to 911 emergency services (see 
        H.R. 3181) [28MR]
    Television: establish toll-free number for comments relative to 
        the broadcasting of violent programming (see H.R. 2964) [9FE]
    ------revise station ownership rules relative to local marketing 
        agreements (see H.R. 3623) [12JN]
  Reports filed
    Satellite Home Viewer Act Technical Corrections: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 1861) (H. Rept. 104-554) [6MY]

FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
related term(s) Financial Institutions
  Bills and resolutions
    Financial institutions: capitalize deposit insurance funds and 
        provide regulatory relief for insured depository institutions 
        and holding companies (see H.R. 3567) [4JN]
    ------guarantee deposits and certain liabilities and protect 
        against deposit insurance losses (see H.R. 4318) [28SE]
    ------prohibit removal of certain members of the National Credit 
        Union Administration Board and the Board of Directors of the 
        FDIC (see H.R. 3976) [2AU]
    ------provide additional deposit insurance coverage for accounts 
        which reduce net fee income (see H.R. 3302) [23AP]
    ------treatment of certain claims against depository institutions 
        under receivership by Federal banking agencies (see H.R. 3892) 
        [24JY]
    Social Security: investment of surplus from trust funds and 
        protection from public debt limit (see H.R. 3636) [13JN]
    ------investment of trust funds surplus (see H.R. 2928) [1FE]
    Thrift Charter Merger Commission: establish (see H.R. 3407) [7MY]

FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Amend (see H.R. 3505) [22MY]
    Elections: revise rules on independent expenditures (see H.R. 
        3208) [29MR]
    Presidential Debate Commission: establish on an ongoing basis and 
        require nominees for President and Vice President to 
        participate in debates to receive Federal funding for party 
        conventions (see H.R. 4310) [28SE]
    Public opinion polls: require certain disclosures and reports 
        relative to polling by telephone or electronic device (see 
        H.R. 4267) [27SE]

FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: authorizing (see H.R. 3461) [15MY]
    Political campaigns: disclosure of identity of persons paying for 
        telephone poll expenses (see H.R. 4183) [25SE]
    Public opinion polls: require certain disclosures and reports 
        relative to polling by telephone or electronic device (see 
        H.R. 4267) [27SE]

FEDERAL EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY
  Bills and resolutions
    Agriculture: Federal assistance to livestock producers adversely 
        affected by drought conditions (see H. Con. Res. 181) [23MY]
    Corps of Engineers: conduct study of mitigation banks (see H.R. 
        4211) [26SE]
    Disasters: assist State and local governments in disaster relief 
        (see H.R. 3032) [6MR]
    ------provide windstorm insurance to certain property owners and 
        require study relative to taxation of in

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        surance reserves for future natural disasters (see H.R. 4115) 
        [19SE]
    Hurricanes: disaster assistance for States impacted by Hurricane 
        Fran (see H.R. 4046) [11SE]
    Weather: establish disaster and emergency assistance standards 
        relative to snow-related events (see H.R. 3348) [29AP]
  Reports filed
    Disaster and Emergency Assistance Standards Relative to Snow-
        Related Events: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure 
        (House) (H.R. 3348) (H. Rept. 104-792) [17SE]

FEDERAL EMPLOYEE REPRESENTATION IMPROVEMENT ACT
  Motions
    Enact (H.R. 782) [1AU]

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
related term(s) Executive Departments
  Appointments
    Conferees: H.R. 2977, Administrative Dispute Resolution Act [19SE]
  Bills and resolutions
    AID: provide voluntary separation incentives to reduce employment 
        levels (see H.R. 3870) [23JY]
    Armed Forces: permit certain beneficiaries to enroll in the 
        Federal Employees Health Program (see H.R. 3012) [5MR]
    Bulgaria: most-favored-nation status (H.R. 1643), concur with 
        Senate amendment (see H. Res. 328) [3JA]
    Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House): provide 
        authority to obtain testimony to investigate the dismissal of 
        White House Travel Office personnel (see H. Res. 369) [29FE]
    Credit: provide interest-free loans to furloughed employees (see 
        H.R. 2842) [4JA]
    Credit cards: prohibit use (see H.R. 2968) [23FE]
    Dept. of Commerce: relief of survivors of Federal employees killed 
        in plane crash while on trade mission in Croatia (see H.R. 
        3545) [29MY]
    ------tribute to employees and business leaders killed in plane 
        crash while on trade mission in Croatia (see H. Res. 403, 404, 
        406) [16AP] [18AP]
    Dept. of Defense: allow military health care system beneficiaries 
        the option to enroll in Federal Employees Health Benefits 
        Program (see H.R. 3368, 3699) [30AP] [20JN]
    ------early deferred annuities for certain employees who are 
        separated from service due to defense base closures (see H.R. 
        3279) [18AP]
    ------prohibit the sale or distribution of sexually explicit 
        material to any individual (see H.R. 3300) [23AP]
    ------restore missing person status to certain civilian and 
        contractor employees (see H.R. 4000) [2AU]
    Dept. of Justice: establish ethics standards for prosecutors (see 
        H.R. 3386) [1MY]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: compliance with veterans' preference 
        requirements (see H.R. 3594) [6JN]
    Education: Impact Aid Program reform (see H.R. 2886) [25JA]
    Employment: amend civil service laws (see H.R. 3841) [17JY]
    ------establish demonstration project to assess feasibility of 
        temporary placement of displaced workers in other Federal or 
        private employment (see H.R. 3649) [13JN]
    ------provide adjustment assistance to workers displaced because 
        of any Federal program, project, or activity (see H.R. 4292) 
        [28SE]
    Executive departments: ban acceptance of gifts by employees (see 
        H.R. 3797) [11JY]
    ------enable agencies to design personnel systems relative to 
        their mission (see H.R. 3483) [16MY]
    FAA: compliance with veterans' preference requirements during 
        reductions in force (see H.R. 3593) [6JN]
    Families and domestic relations: relief of certain former spouses 
        (see H.R. 3428) [9MY]
    Family and Medical Leave Act: expand coverage and allow leave for 
        parental involvement in educational and extracurricular 
        activities (see H.R. 3704) [24JN]
    Federal Employees Group Life Insurance Program: coverage of 
        certain judicial officials (see H.R. 3295) [23AP]
    Federal Employees Health Benefits Program: coverage of 
        acupuncturist services (see H.R. 3292) [23AP]
    Government: authorize alternative dispute resolution systems (see 
        H.R. 4194) [26SE]
    ------reduce administrative costs and improve services relative to 
        relocation allowances (see H.R. 3637) [13JN]
    ------reform disclosure of lobbying activities to influence the 
        Federal Government (S. 1060), technical corrections (see H.R. 
        3435) [10MY]
    ------relief for Federal employees, Federal contractors, and 
        employees of Federal contractors for expenses incurred during 
        Government shutdown (see H.R. 2857) [5JA]
    ------require comparable treatment of the President, Vice 
        President, Members of Congress and certain high-level 
        Government employees with Federal employees during Government 
        shutdown (see H.R. 2855, 2882) [5JA] [25JA]
    Government regulations: term limits on regulatory agency members 
        (see H.R. 3423) [9MY]
    History: tribute to individuals who served the U.S. during the 
        period known as the cold war (see H. Con. Res. 180) [22MY]
    House Rules: improve committee operations, procedures, and 
        staffing (see H. Res. 480) [16JY]
    ------random drug testing of officers and employees (see H. Res. 
        512) [2AU]
    Housing: improve for land management agency field employees (see 
        H.R. 2941) [1FE]
    Income: continuance of work during Government shutdown (S. 1508), 
        return to Senate (see H. Res. 331) [4JA]
    ------extend health insurance and survivor annuity benefits to 
        certain former spouses (see H.R. 4153) [24SE]
    ------provide compensation for employees for performance of 
        emergency services during periods of lapsed appropriations 
        (see H.R. 2848) [4JA]
    ------provide voluntary separation incentives to reduce employment 
        levels (see H.R. 3532) [23MY]
    Legislative branch of the Government: compensation practices and 
        pay equity (see H. Con. Res. 194) [27JN]
    Lobbyists: strengthen post-employment restrictions on foreign 
        representation (see H.R. 3434) [10MY]
    Members of Congress: retirement eligibility (see H.R. 3887) [24JY]
    National Guard: military uniform requirements for civilian 
        employees (see H.R. 3311) [24AP]
    Native Americans: repeal Indian trading laws (see H.R. 3215) 
        [29MR]
    OPM: require annual reports to Congress on changes to Federal 
        retiree health benefits (see H.R. 3462) [15MY]
    Pensions: eligibility of former spouses who remarry (see H.R. 
        3574) [4JN]
    ------treatment of deferred annuities during time between 
        separation from Government service and when payments commence 
        (see H.R. 2978) [27FE]
    ------treatment of survivor annuities for children relative to 
        marriage (see H.R. 2858) [5JA]
    Permanent Performance Review Commission: establish (see H.R. 3982) 
        [2AU]
    Taxation: treatment of Federal employees at a hydroelectric 
        facility located on the Columbia River (see H.R. 3163) [26MR]
    Thrift Savings Plan: allow loans for child adoption expenses (see 
        H.R. 3129) [20MR]
    White House Travel Office: abolish (see H.R. 2888) [25JA]
    ------relief of individuals terminated from employment (see H.R. 
        2894, 2937) [25JA] [1FE]
    Workers' compensation claims: appeals process (see H.R. 3205) 
        [29MR]
    ------selection of certain physicians to provide medical opinions 
        (see H.R. 3204) [29MR]
    ------treatment of medical opinions (see H.R. 3203) [29MR]
  Conference reports
    Administrative Dispute Resolution Act (H.R. 2977) [25SE]
  Messages
    Retirement Savings and Security Act: President Clinton [23MY]
  Motions
    Bulgaria: most-favored-nation status (H.R. 1643), concur with 
        Senate amendment (H. Res. 328) [3JA]
    Employees: allow members of employee associations to represent 
        their views before the Government (H.R. 782) [1AU]
  Reports filed
    Administrative Dispute Resolution Act: Committee of Conference 
        (H.R. 2977) (H. Rept. 104-841) [25SE]
    Civil Service Law Amendments: Committee on Government Reform and 
        Oversight (House) (H.R. 3841) (H. Rept. 104-831) [24SE]
    Committee on Government Reform and Oversight (House) Authority To 
        Obtain Testimony To Investigate the Dismissal of White House 
        Travel Office Personnel: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 
        369) (H. Rept. 104-472) [6MR]
    Disclosure of Information on Certain Individuals Relative to Nazi 
        War Crimes During World War II: Committee on Government Reform 
        and Oversight (House) (H.R. 1281) (H. Rept. 104-819) [24SE]
    Federal Government Management--Examining Government Performance as 
        We Near the Next Century (H. Rept. 104-861) [28SE]
    Housing of Federal Land Management Agency Field Employees: 
        Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2941) (H. Rept. 104-802) 
        [17SE]
    Lobbying Disclosure Act Technical Corrections: Committee on the 
        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 3435) (H. Rept. 104-699) [24JY]
    Relief of Individuals Terminated From White House Travel Office: 
        Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2937) (H. Rept. 104-
        484) [18MR]
    Repeal Indian Trading Laws: Committee on the Judiciary (House) 
        (H.R. 3215) (H. Rept. 104-681) [17JY]
    Restore Missing Person Status to Certain Dept. of Defense Civilian 
        and Contract Employees: Committee on National Security (House) 
        (H.R. 4000) (H. Rept. 104-806) [17SE]
    Tribute to Individuals Who Served the U.S. During the Period Known 
        as the Cold War: Committee on National Security (House) (H. 
        Con. Res. 180) (H. Rept. 104-804) [17SE]
    White House Travel Office Proceedings Against John M. Quinn, David 
        Watkins, and Matthew Moore: Committee on Government Reform and 
        Oversight (House) (H. Rept. 104-598) [29MY]

FEDERAL ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION
  Bills and resolutions
    Electric power: provide for retail competition among suppliers 
        (see H.R. 4297) [28SE]
    Hydroelectric power: extension of deadline for construction of 
        hydroelectric project in Kentucky (see H.R. 2869) [23JA]
    ------extension of deadline for construction of hydroelectric 
        project in New York (see H.R. 4177) [25SE]
    Public utilities: disapproving of rules concerning open access 
        transmission services (see H.J. Res. 178) [1MY]
    ------provide for competition in electric power industry (see H.R. 
        3782, 3790) [11JY]
    ------revision of the regulatory policies governing public utility 
        holding companies (see H.R. 3601) [6JN]
  Reports filed
    Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric Project 
        in Illinois: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2630) (H. 
        Rept. 104-508) [28MR]
    Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric Project 
        in Kentucky: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2501) (H. 
        Rept. 104-507) [28MR]
    ------Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2869) (H. Rept. 104-512) 
        [28MR]
    Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric Project 
        in North Carolina: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2773) 
        (H. Rept. 104-510) [28MR]
    Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric Project 
        in Ohio: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2816) (H. Rept. 
        104-511) [28MR]
    Extension of Deadline for Construction of a Hydroelectric Project 
        in Pennsylvania: Committee on Com

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        merce (House) (H.R. 2695) (H. Rept. 104-509) [28MR]

FEDERAL FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Drugs: defer effective dates for approving certain drug 
        applications (see H.R. 4277) [28SE]
    Pesticides: definition and regulation of the minor use of 
        pesticides (H.R. 1627), consideration (see H. Res. 443) [29MY]
    Pharmaceuticals: certification of drugs containing insulin and 
        antibiotics (see H.R. 3672) [18JN]
  Reports filed
    Definition and Regulation of the Minor Use of Pesticides: 
        Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 1627) (H. Rept. 104-
        669) [11JY]

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
see Government--U.S.

FEDERAL HOME LOAN MORTGAGE CORP.
  Bills and resolutions
    Housing: adjust mortgage loan limits (see H.R. 4063) [12SE]

FEDERAL INSECTICIDE, FUNGICIDE, AND RODENTICIDE ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Pesticides: definition and regulation of the minor use of 
        pesticides (H.R. 1627), consideration (see H. Res. 443) [29MY]
  Reports filed
    Definition and Regulation of the Minor Use of Pesticides: 
        Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 1627) (H. Rept. 104-
        669) [11JY]
    Food Quality Protection Act: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 
        1627) (H. Rept. 104-669) [23JY]

FEDERAL LABOR RELATIONS AUTHORITY
  Messages
    Report: President Clinton [27SE]

FEDERAL MARITIME COMMISSION
  Bills and resolutions
    Oceans: reduce regulations on international transportation and 
        eliminate the Federal Maritime Commission (H.R. 2149), 
        consideration (see H. Res. 419) [30AP]
  Reports filed
    Consideration of H.R. 2149, Ocean Shipping Reform Act: Committee 
        on Rules (House) (H. Res. 419) (H. Rept. 104-544) [30AP]

FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
  Bills and resolutions
    Housing: adjust mortgage loan limits (see H.R. 4063) [12SE]

FEDERAL OCEANOGRAPHY COORDINATION IMPROVEMENT ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (see H.R. 3537) [29MY]
  Reports filed
    Provisions: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3537) (H. Rept. 
        104-771) [4SE]

FEDERAL OIL AND GAS ROYALTY MANAGEMENT ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Technical corrections (see H.R. 4018) [4SE]

FEDERAL OIL AND GAS ROYALTY SIMPLIFICATION AND FAIRNESS ACT
  Reports filed
    Provisions: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1975) (H. Rept. 
        104-667) [11JY]

FEDERAL OPEN MARKET COMMITTEE
see Federal Reserve System

FEDERAL POWER ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Public utilities: provide for competition in electric power 
        industry (see H.R. 3782) [11JY]

FEDERAL POWER MARKETING ADMINISTRATION
  Bills and resolutions
    Power resources: privatize the Federal Power Marketing 
        Administration and certain TVA facilities (see H.R. 3878) 
        [23JY]

FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION
  Bills and resolutions
    Railroads: reform the Federal Railroad Administration and improve 
        safety laws (see H.R. 3335) [25AP]

FEDERAL REGULATIONS
see Government regulations

FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD
see Federal Reserve System

FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
  Bills and resolutions
    Federal Home Loan Bank System: authorization of loans and 
        participation requirements relative to community development 
        (see H.R. 3349) [30AP]
    ------reform and modernize (see H.R. 3167) [27MR]
    Financial institutions: clarify authority of Board of Governors 
        relative to bank holding company applications (see H.R. 3210) 
        [29MR]
    Financing Corp.: use of surplus funds to cover obligations (see 
        H.R. 3261) [17AP]

FEDERAL TEA TASTERS REPEAL ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Enact (S. 1518): return to Senate (see H. Res. 387) [21MR]

FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION
  Bills and resolutions
    Appropriations: authorizing (see H.R. 3553) [30MY]
    Political campaigns: impose monetary penalties for use of 
        fraudulent political advertisements (see H.R. 3995) [2AU]
    Telecommunications: protection of consumer privacy relative to new 
        communications technologies (see H.R. 3685) [20JN]

FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT
  Bills and resolutions
    Amend (see H.R. 3639) [13JN]
    Taxation: treatment of certain Federal grants established in 
        accordance with the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (see 
        H.R. 2960) [1FE]

FEDERAL-STATE RELATIONS
  Bills and resolutions
    California-Federal Bay-Delta Program: development of a solution to 
        ecological problems of the San Francisco Bay/Sacramento-San 
        Joaquin Delta Watershed (see H.R. 4126) [19SE]
    Children and youth: require initial intake screenings and the use 
        of youth development specialists in Federal juvenile 
        proceedings (see H.R. 4055) [11SE]
    Courts: limit authority of judicial remedies to force State and 
        local governments to assess, levy, or collect taxes (see H.R. 
        3100) [14MR]
    ------withhold Federal collateral remedies in State cases unless 
        inadequate State habeus corpus procedures are shown to exist 
        (see H.R. 2955) [1FE]
    Crime: clarify Federal jurisdiction over offenses relative to 
        religious property damage (see H.R. 3525) [23MY]
    ------prosecution of violent, repeat, juvenile offenders (see H.R. 
        3565, 3698) [4JN] [20JN]
    ------reduce certain funds if eligible States do not enact certain 
        laws (see H.R. 3243) [15AP]
    Dams: delegation of dam safety authority to State governments (see 
        H.R. 3641) [13JN]
    Drunken driving: add vehicle confiscation to criteria for State 
        eligibility for Federal drunk driving countermeasure grants 
        (see H.R. 4128) [20SE]
    Education: participation of local agencies in certain programs 
        independent of State involvement (see H.R. 3313) [24AP]
    Emergency Food Assistance Act: purchase of commodities using State 
        funds (see H.R. 3978) [2AU]
    Employment: determination of tip credits relative to State and 
        local government laws (see H.R. 4031) [5SE]
    EPA: distribution of funds to States for cooperative agreements 
        relative to underground storage tanks (see H.R. 3391) [2MY]
    Federal aid programs: improve the effectiveness of financial 
        management and audits of State and local governments receiving 
        Federal assistance (see H.R. 3184) [28MR]
    Firearms: standards for State concealed handgun carrying licenses 
        (see H.R. 3838) [17JY]
    Floods: participation of communities in national flood insurance 
        program relative to protection of manufactured homes (see H.R. 
        3661) [17JN]
    Gambling: grant jurisdiction to the States over activities 
        conducted on Native American lands (see H.R. 3289) [23AP]
    Government: transfer certain surplus property to State and local 
        governments (see H.R. 3731) [27JN]
    Hazardous substances: transportation regulations relative to 
        agriculture and small businesses (see H.R. 4102) [18SE]
    Immigration: access of illegal immigrants to public education (see 
        H.R. 4134) [24SE]
    ------access of illegal immigrants to public education (H.R. 
        4134), consideration (see H. Res. 530) [24SE]
    Medicaid: waive temporarily the enrollment composition rule for 
        Managed Health Services of Wisconsin (see H.R. 4051) [11SE]
    Motor vehicles: establish national requirements for the titling 
        and registration of salvage of certain rebuilt vehicles (see 
        H.R. 2900) [25JA]
    National Guard: authorize participation in drug interdiction 
        efforts (see H.R. 3524) [23MY]
    National Institute of Justice: designate as focal point for law 
        enforcement technology programs (see H. Con. Res. 227) [27SE]
    Oregon: transfer of Oregon and California Railroad Grant Lands, 
        Coos Bay Military Wagon Road Grant Lands, and public domain 
        lands (see H.R. 3769) [10JY]
    Public utilities: revision of the regulatory policies governing 
        public utility holding companies (see H.R. 3601) [6JN]
    Public welfare programs: approval of waivers submitted by Michigan 
        to conduct ``To Strengthen Michigan Families'' project (see 
        H.R. 3732) [27JN]
    ------approval of waivers submitted by Wisconsin to conduct 
        ``Wisconsin Works'' project (see H.R. 3562) [4JN]
    ------approval of waivers submitted by Wisconsin to conduct 
        ``Wisconsin Works'' project (H.R. 3562), consideration (see H. 
        Res. 446) [5JN]
    Redwood National Park: increase management efficiency through 
        cooperative agreements with California (see H.R. 3500) [21MY]
    Solid waste: State control over disposal of solid waste imported 
        from other nations (see H.R. 4049) [11SE]
    ------State control over transportation of municipal solid waste 
        (S. 534), consideration (see H. Res. 349) [30JA]
    States: clarify rights to set base period used to determine 
        eligibility for unemployment compensation (see H.R. 3786) 
        [11JY]
    ------enforcement of veterans' reemployment rights (see H.R. 3538) 
        [29MY]
    ------prevent Federal interference relative to constitutional 
        authority (see H.R. 3411) [8MY]
    ------reimburse for costs of educating certain illegal alien 
        students (see H.R. 4062, 4303) [12SE] [28SE]
    Transportation: transfer authority over highway programs and mass 
        transit programs to States (see H.R. 3840) [17JY]
    Voyageurs National Park Intergovernmental Council: establish (see 
        H.R. 3298, 3880) [23AP] [23JY]
    Water: extend date for the transfer of certain amounts to be 
        available for drinking water State revolving funds (see H.R. 
        3902) [25JY]
  Reports filed
    Clarify Federal Jurisdiction Over Offenses Relative to Religious 
        Property Damage: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 
        3525) (H. Rept. 104-621) [17JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 3562, Approval of Waivers Submitted by 
        Wisconsin To Conduct ``Wisconsin Works'' Welfare Reform 
        Project: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 446) (H. Rept. 
        104-604) [5JN]
    Consideration of H.R. 4134, Access of Illegal Immigrants to Public 
        Education: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 530) (H. Rept. 
        104-834) [24SE]
    Distribution of EPA Funds to States for Cooperative Agreements 
        Relative to Underground Storage Tanks: Committee on Commerce 
        (House) (H.R. 3391) (H. Rept. 104-822) [24SE]
    Effectiveness of Financial Management and Audits of State and 
        Local Governments Receiving Federal Assistance: Committee on 
        Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 3184) (H. Rept. 
        104-607) [6JN]

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    EPA State Grants To Finance the Construction or Improvement of 
        Water Supply Systems: Committee on Transportation and 
        Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 2747) (H. Rept. 104-515) [29MR]

FENTON, MS
  Bills and resolutions
    Favre, Brett: National Football League Most Valuable Player Award 
        recipient (see H. Res. 339) [5JA]

FIELDS, CLEO (a Representative from Louisiana)
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Taxation: treatment of unearned income (see H.R. 3042) [7MR]

FIELDS, JACK (a Representative from Texas)
  Appointments
    Conferee: H.R. 3005, Securities Investment Promotion Act [24JY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    FCC: reform (see H.R. 3957) [2AU]
    Investments: regulation and management of financial markets (see 
        H.R. 3005) [5MR]
    Public broadcasting: promote financial self-sufficiency (see H.R. 
        2979) [28FE]

FILMS
see Motion Pictures

FILNER, BOB (a Representative from California)
  Appointments
    Mexico-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [1MY]
  Bills and resolutions introduced by
    Churches and synagogues: prohibit insurers from canceling or 
        refusing to renew fire insurance policies (see H.R. 3830) 
        [17JY]
    Housing: rental assistance payments for certain owners of 
        manufactured homes who rent the lots on which their homes are 
        located (see H.R. 3402) [7MY]
    Small business: increase opportunities for veterans (see H.R. 
        4080) [17SE]
    States: enforcement of veterans' reemployment rights (see H.R. 
        3538) [29MY]
    Transportation: funding for projects in Mexican border States to 
        accommodate increased traffic resulting from NAFTA 
        implementation (see H.R. 3669) [18JN]
    Veterans: strengthen veterans' preference and increase employment 
        opportunities (see H.R. 3938) [1AU]

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
  Appointments
    Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance: members [18JY]
    Conferees: H.R. 3005, Securities Investment Promotion Act [24JY]
  Bills and resolutions
    Business and industry: assist in development of microenterprises 
        (see H.R. 3846) [18JY]
    ------establish requirements relative to rent-to-own transactions 
        (see H.R. 3003) [5MR]
    ------offer negotiable order of withdrawal accounts to businesses 
        and allow interest payments on demand deposits (see H.R. 3993) 
        [2AU]
    China, People's Republic of: oppose assistance by international 
        financial institutions (see H.R. 3577) [4JN]
    Clinton, President: pardoning of individuals convicted in 
        Whitewater Estates development and Madison Guaranty 
        investigation (see H. Con. Res. 218) [25SE]
    Community Reinvestment Act: consideration of a depository 
        institution's record on consumer fees (see H.R. 3301) [23AP]
    ------require performance data reporting to verify availability of 
        credit on a nondiscriminatory basis (see H.R. 3826) [16JY]
    Consumers: imposition of additional fees for use of certain 
        automatic teller machines utilizing a national or regional 
        network (see H.R. 3221, 3246) [29MR] [15AP]
    ------notification of additional fees for use of certain automatic 
        teller machines utilizing a national or regional network (see 
        H.R. 3727) [26JN]
    ------require standard annual percentage rate of interest to open 
        certain credit card accounts (see H.R. 4320) [28SE]
    Courts: protect private property from forfeiture or Government 
        seizure (see H.R. 3194) [28MR]
    ------treatment of certain claims against depository institutions 
        under receivership by Federal banking agencies (see H.R. 3892) 
        [24JY]
    Credit: prohibit extensions relative to gambling (see H.R. 4337) 
        [1OC]
    Crime: development and implementation of national financial crimes 
        strategy (see H.R. 3931) [31JY]
    ------enhance surveillance pictures for use in criminal 
        prosecutions (see H.R. 3533) [23MY]
    ------treatment of the production, sale, transportation, or 
        possession of fictitious financial instruments (see H.R. 2986) 
        [28FE]
    Deposit insurance: provide additional coverage for accounts which 
        reduce net fee income (see H.R. 3302) [23AP]
    Dept. of HUD: establish performance funds through consolidation of 
        certain housing programs (see H.R. 3740) [27JN]
    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: extend enhanced loan asset sale 
        authority (see H.R. 3459) [15MY]
    Education: exempt certain lenders from audit requirements of 
        student loan programs (see H.R. 3002) [4MR]
    ------permit financial institutions under the Federal Family 
        Education Loan Program to pay origination fees of borrowers 
        (see H.R. 3863) [22JY]
    Families and domestic relations: child support enforcement (see 
        H.R. 3362, 3465) [30AP] [15MY]
    Federal employees: provide interest-free loans to furloughed 
        employees (see H.R. 2842) [4JA]
    Federal Home Loan Bank System: authorization of loans and 
        participation requirements relative to community development 
        (see H.R. 3349) [30AP]
    ------reform and modernize (see H.R. 3167) [27MR]
    Financial services: increase competition and merge commercial bank 
        and savings association charters (see H.R. 4182) [25SE]
    Foreign aid: authorizing appropriations for U.S. contributions to 
        international funds and development banks (see H.R. 3399) 
        [7MY]
    FRS: clarify authority of Board of Governors relative to bank 
        holding company applications (see H.R. 3210) [29MR]
    ------use of surplus funds to cover Financing Corp. obligations 
        (see H.R. 3261) [17AP]
    Government: prohibit removal of certain members of the National 
        Credit Union Administration Board and the Board of Directors 
        of the FDIC (see H.R. 3976) [2AU]
    Government regulations: reduce paperwork and regulatory burdens 
        (see H.R. 4079) [16SE]
    Housing: adjust mortgage loan limits (see H.R. 4063) [12SE]
    Insurance: capitalize deposit insurance funds and provide 
        regulatory relief for insured depository institutions and 
        holding companies (see H.R. 3567) [4JN]
    International law: return of or compensation for properties 
        confiscated during Nazi, Facist, or Communist occupation (see 
        H. Con. Res. 228) [27SE]
    Investments: guarantee deposits and certain liabilities and 
        protect against deposit insurance losses (see H.R. 4318) 
        [28SE]
    ------provide investment opportunities for small bank holding 
        companies (see H.R. 2981) [28FE]
    ------regulation and management of financial markets (see H.R. 
        3005) [5MR]
    Mexico: make extension of loan guarantee agreement conditional to 
        drug enforcement efforts (see H.R. 2945) [1FE]
    ------make foreign aid conditional to drug enforcement efforts 
        (see H.R. 2947) [1FE]
    Puerto Rico: relief for certain loans (see H.R. 4269) [27SE]
    Real estate: insure and promote consumer education of home equity 
        conversion mortgages (see H.R. 3897) [25JY]
    SBA: participation in loans guaranteed under the Export Working 
        Capital Program (see H.R. 2933) [1FE]
    Social Security: investment of trust funds surplus (see H.R. 2928) 
        [1FE]
    Taxation: exempt certain small businesses from use of electronic 
        fund transfer system for depository taxes (see H.R. 4251) 
        [27SE]
    ------issuance of tax-exempt bonds to finance first-time farmers' 
        loans (see H.R. 3251) [16AP]
    ------treatment of and limitations on loans made from qualified 
        employer plans (see H.R. 4004) [2AU]
    ------treatment of transitional payments under the Agricultural 
        Market Transition Act (see H.R. 3559) [30MY]
    Thrift Charter Merger Commission: establish (see H.R. 3407) [7MY]
    Truth in Lending Act: require notice of cancellation rights 
        relative to private mortgage insurance (see H.R. 3556) [30MY]
    U.N.: promote international security by redirecting military 
        spending to human development (see H.R. 4306) [28SE]
    Wetlands: promote restoration, conservation, and enhancement 
        through establishment of a mitigation banking program (see 
        H.R. 3692) [20JN]
  Conference reports
    National Securities Markets Improvement Act (H.R. 3005) [28SE]
  Messages
    Retirement Savings and Security Act: President Clinton [23MY]
    Small Business and Competition: President Clinton [5JN]
  Reports filed
    Financial Institutions Regulatory Process and Paperwork 
        Requirements Reform: Committee on Banking and Financial 
        Services (House) (H.R. 1858) (H. Rept. 104-103) [18JN]
    Microenterprise Act: Committee on International Relations (House) 
        (H.R. 3846) (H. Rept. 104-715) [29JY]
    National Securities Markets Improvement Act: Committee of 
        Conference (H.R. 3005) (H. Rept. 104-864) [28SE]
    Permit Financial Institutions Under the Federal Family Education 
        Loan Program To Pay Origination Fees of Borrowers: Committee 
        on Economic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 3863) 
        (H. Rept. 104-775) [5SE]
    Regulation and Management of Financial Markets: Committee on 
        Commerce (House) (H.R. 3005) (H. Rept. 104-622) [17JN]

FIRE PREVENTION
  Bills and resolutions
    Churches and synagogues: prohibit insurers from canceling or 
        refusing to renew fire insurance policies (see H.R. 3830) 
        [17JY]
    Dept. of Defense: sale of excess aircraft relative to suppression 
        of wildfires (see H.R. 4108) [18SE]
    Forest Service: remove restrictions on acquisitions from other 
        Federal agencies for improved firefighting (see H.R. 3417) 
        [8MY]
    Volunteer firefighters: issue commemorative postage stamp (see H. 
        Con. Res. 173) [9MY]

FIREARMS
related term(s) Weapons
  Bills and resolutions
    Ammunition: ban on large capacity ammunition feeding devices (see 
        H.R. 3382) [1MY]
    ------repeal ban on large capacity ammunition feeding devices 
        (H.R. 125), consideration (see H. Res. 364, 388) [23FE] [21MR]
    Assault weapons: ban (see H.R. 3382) [1MY]
    ------repeal ban (H.R. 125), consideration (see H. Res. 364, 388) 
        [23FE] [21MR]
    Civilian Marksmanship Program: funding (see H.R. 3466) [15MY]
    Corp. for the Promotion of Rifle Practice and Firearms Safety: 
        abolish (see H.R. 3466) [15MY]
    Courts: mandatory minimum penalties for use during commission of a 
        Federal crime (see H.R. 3382, 3988) [1MY] [2AU]
    ------sentencing guidelines for possession of a firearm during 
        commission of a crime (see H.R. 4181) [25SE]
    ------sentencing guidelines for possession of a firearm with a 
        laser sighting device during commission of a crime (see H.R. 
        2991) [29FE]
    Crime: increase mandatory minimum penalties relative to the 
        possession of firearms (see H.R. 3454) [14MY]

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    ------increase penalties for armed violent criminals (see H.R. 
        3085) [14MR]
    ------national policy to control crime and reform court procedures 
        (see H.R. 2992) [29FE]
    Handguns: prevent handgun violence and illegal commerce (see H.R. 
        3488) [16MY]
    ------standards for State concealed handgun carrying licenses (see 
        H.R. 3838) [17JY]
    Interstate commerce: entitle certain armored car crew members to 
        lawfully carry a weapon (see H.R. 3431) [9MY]
    Law enforcement officers: ban the manufacture, importation, and 
        sale of ammunition that can penetrate police body armor (see 
        H.R. 4208) [26SE]
    National Rifle Association: condemn holding of annual convention 
        on anniversary of Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building bombing 
        (see H. Res. 407) [18AP]
    National security: threat to U.S. citizens and Government posed by 
        armed militia and paramilitary groups (see H. Con. Res. 206) 
        [1AU]
    States: encourage regulation o