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ABERCROMBIE, NEIL (a Representative from Ha-                    Long Island Sound: improve water quality (see H.R.             Historic buildings and sites: authorizing appropriations
      waii)                                                         2279) [7SE]                                                    for the preservation and restoration at historically
Appointments                                                    Patents: renew and extend certain devices that aid in              black colleges and universities (see H.R. 1179)
  Conferee: H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations              bodily tissue healing and reduction of pain (see H.R.          [9MR]
      [21SE]                                                        2113) [25JY]                                               King, Martin Luther, Jr.: authorize the Alpha Phi Alpha
Bills and resolutions introduced by                             Taxation: treatment of postsecondary education ex-                 fraternal organization to establish a memorial (see
  Taxation: treatment of business meal and entertainment            penses (see H.R. 1272) [21MR]                                  H.J. Res. 70) [28FE]
      expenses (see H.R. 974) [16FE]                          ADMINISTRATIVE CONFERENCE OF THE U.S.                            Margaret Walker Alexander National African-American
ABORIGINAL (vessel)                                           Bills and resolutions                                                Research Center: establish (see H.R. 1117) [2MR]
Bills and resolutions                                           Extend (see H.R. 2291) [8SE]                                   Montgomery, AL: anniversary of bus boycott (see H.
  Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 1199) [9MR]          ADVERTISING                                                          Res. 285) [29NO]
ABORTION                                                      Bills and resolutions                                            Smithsonian Institution: establish National African-
Bills and resolutions                                           Agriculture: eliminate the Market Promotion Program                American Museum (see H.R. 786) [1FE]
  Brookline, MA: killings at abortion clinic (see H. Con.           (see H.R. 1749) [6JN]                                      Trails: designate the voting rights march route from
      Res. 13) [9JA]                                            ———make participation in certain commodity re-                     Selma, AL, to Montgomery, AL, as a National His-
  Civil liberties: protection of reproductive rights and            search and promotion programs voluntary (see H.R.              toric Trail (see H.R. 1129) [3MR]
      access to reproductive health care clinics (see H.R.          2502) [18OC]                                             AGE DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT ACT
      1952) [28JN]                                              ———repeal price support and agricultural promotion           Bills and resolutions
  Civil Rights Act: availability of information on repro-           programs (see H.R. 2787) [15DE]                            Courts: protect elected and appointed judges against
      ductive health services at federally or State funded      Business and industry: define criteria for use of the              discrimination based on age (see H.R. 1571) [3MY]
      family planning clinics (see H.R. 641) [23JA]                 term ‘‘Made in America’’ (see H.R. 1598) [9MY]             Employment: age discrimination relative to retirement
  Constitutional amendments: right to life (see H.J. Res.       FTC: regulation of air carrier advertising (see H.R.               and hiring plans for firefighters and law enforcement
      18, 23, 26, 72, 90) [9JA] [1MR] [23MY]                        545) [17JA]                                                    officers (see H.R. 344, 2649) [9JA] [16NO]
  Courts: modify jurisdiction of Federal courts relative        ———regulation of State lottery advertising (see H.R.           Federal employees: review of employment discrimina-
      to abortion (see H.R. 1624, 1958) [12MY] [29JN]               327) [9JA]                                                     tions claims (see H.R. 2133) [27JY]
  Health care facilities: prevent governmental discrimina-      Political campaigns: free broadcasting time for political    AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE POLICY AND RE-
      tion against health care providers who refuse to per-         advertising (see H.R. 2271) [6SE]                              SEARCH
      form or provide training in performing abortions (see     Tobacco products: prohibit regulation of tobacco indus-      Bills and resolutions
      H.R. 1932) [27JN]                                             try (see H.R. 2283) [7SE]                                  Women: establish offices of women’s health within
  Human life: definition from conception (see H.R. 2087)        ———prohibit regulation of tobacco-sponsored adver-                 certain Federal agencies (see H.R. 1736) [25MY]
      [20JY]                                                        tising used by professional motor sports associations
  Human rights: protect the right to life of born and                                                                        AGRICULTURAL TRADE DEVELOPMENT AND
                                                                    (see H.R. 2265) [6SE]                                          ASSISTANCE ACT
      unborn persons (see H.R. 1625) [12MY]                   ADVISORY COMMISSION ON INTERGOVERN-
  Medicaid: Federal funding of abortions (see H.R. 222,                                                                      Bills and resolutions
                                                                    MENTAL RELATIONS                                           Dept. of Agriculture: extend certain authorities (see
      237) [9JA]                                              Bills and resolutions
  Public Health Service: terminate family planning pro-                                                                            H.R. 2775) [13DE]
                                                                Members: add Native American members (see H.R.               AGRICULTURE related term(s) FOOD; RURAL AREAS
      grams (see H.R. 1623) [12MY]                                  1888) [19JN]
  Taxation: treatment of medical expenses incurred for                                                                       Appointments
                                                              AERONAUTICS see AVIATION                                         Conferees: H.R. 1976, agriculture, rural development,
      an abortion (see H.R. 231) [9JA]
  Women: availability of information on reproductive          AFRICA                                                               FDA, and related agencies programs appropriations
      health services (see H. Res. 118) [16MR]                Messages                                                             [20SE]
  ———prohibit partial-birth abortions (see H.R. 1833)           National Emergency Relative to Angola: President             Bills and resolutions
      [14JN]                                                        Clinton [28MR]                                             Advertising: eliminate the Market Promotion Program
  ———prohibit partial-birth abortions (H.R. 1833), con-         National Emergency Relative to Libya: President Clin-              (see H.R. 1749) [6JN]
      sideration (see H. Res. 251) [31OC]                           ton [12JY]                                                 Agriculture: price supports for upland cotton, feed
  ———protection of reproductive rights (see H.R. 776)         AFRICAN AMERICANS                                                    grains, rice, oilseeds, and wheat (see H.R. 2696)
      [1FE]                                                   Bills and resolutions                                                [30NO]
Reports filed                                                   American Revolution: mint coins in commemoration               Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agen-
  Consideration of H.R. 1833, Prohibit Partial-Birth                of black revolutionary war patriots (see H.R. 1776)            cies programs: authorizing appropriations (see H.R.
      Abortions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.                [7JN]                                                          1976) [30JN]
      251) (H. Rept. 104–301) [31OC]                            Civil rights: acknowledge the injustice and inhumanity         ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1976), consid-
  Prohibit Partial-Birth Abortions: Committee on the Ju-            of slavery, examine current impact of slavery and              eration (see H. Res. 188) [12JY]
      diciary (House) (H.R. 1833) (H. Rept. 104–267)                discrimination, and recommend remedies (see H.R.           ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1976), consid-
      [27SE]                                                        891) [10FE]                                                    eration of conference report (see H. Res. 235) [29SE]
ACKERMAN, GARY L. (a Representative from New                    ———affirmative action policies (see H.R. 1764,                 Air pollution: exempt agricultural activities from cer-
      York)                                                         2128) [7JN] [27JY]                                             tain permit requirements (see H.R. 1900) [20JN]
Appointments                                                    ———prohibit discrimination in the payment of wages             America’s Agricultural Heritage Partnership: establish
  Committee To Escort South Korean President Kim                    based on sex, race, or national origin (see H.R. 1507)         (see H.R. 2260) [6SE]
      Young Sam Into the House Chamber [26JY]                       [7AP]                                                      Animals: humane living conditions for calves raised
Bills and resolutions introduced by                             Colleges and universities: eliminate segregationist lan-           for the production of veal (see H.R. 263) [9JA]
  Agriculture: prohibit transfer or marketing of non-               guage from certain laws relative to funding of State       ———prohibit transfer or marketing of nonambulatory
      ambulatory cattle, sheep, swine, horses, mules, or            universities (see H.R. 2730) [6DE]                             cattle, sheep, swine, horses, mules, or goats (see
      goats (see H.R. 2143) [31JY]                              Courts: desegregation of schools (see H. Con. Res.                 H.R. 2143) [31JY]
  Bangladesh: democracy efforts (see H. Con. Res. 86)               101) [14SE]                                                ———require humane transport of horses en route to
      [24JY]                                                    Dept. of Commerce: establish a Minority Business De-               slaughtering facilities (see H.R. 2433) [29SE]
  Families and domestic relations: require States to dis-           velopment Administration (see H.R. 114) [9JA]              California: prevent preemption of State fluid milk
      close the AIDS status of infants to legal guardians       Dept. of HUD: assistance program eligibility for orga-             standards (see H.R. 1298) [22MR]
      (see H.R. 1289) [22MR]                                        nizations that promote prejudice or bias based on          Canola and rapeseed: research, promotion, and market
  Long Island Railroad Co.: remove police officers from             race, religion, or ethnicity (see H.R. 656) [24JA]             development of products (see H.R. 2509) [19OC]
      certain Federal employment laws (see H.R. 2044)           FCC: promote diversity in media ownership, manage-             CCC: limit farm and export expenditures (see H.R.
      [17JY]                                                        ment, and programming (see H.R. 177) [9JA]                     2195, 2523) [4AU] [24OC]

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AGRICULTURE                                                                      INDEX
 Chavez, Cesar E.: designate birthday as Federal holiday     Honey: price supports (see H.R. 1235) [14MR]                   ———treatment of crops destroyed by casualty (see
   (see H.J. Res. 84) [30MR]                                 Irrigation: establish boundaries for irrigation districts          H.R. 1569) [3MY]
 Commission on Concentration in the Livestock Indus-            within the Umatilla Basin, OR (see H.R. 2392)               ———treatment of distilled spirits (see H.R. 2333)
   try: establish (see H.R. 2506) [18OC]                        [21SE]                                                          [14SE]
 Commodities: clarify prevented planting rule relative       Kiwifruit: research and marketing (see H.R. 1486)              ———treatment of hard apple cider (see H.R. 2078)
   to crop acreage bases (see H.R. 2298) [12SE]                 [7AP]                                                           [20JY]
 ———make participation in certain commodity re-              Labeling: imported meat and meat food products con-            ———treatment of income crop insurance proceeds
   search and promotion programs voluntary (see H.R.            taining imported meat (see H.R. 2475) [12OC]                    and disaster payments (see H.R. 1408) [5AP]
   2502) [18OC]                                              National forests: renewal process for livestock grazing        ———treatment of livestock sold on account of weath-
 Conservation of natural resources: establish a conserva-       leases (see H.R. 1375, 1379) [3AP]                              er conditions (see H.R. 1588) [9MY]
   tion incentives program to develop soil, water, and       Oklahoma: disposal of certain Federal lands (see H.R.          ———treatment of rollover gain from the sale of farm
   related resources protection practices (see H.R. 2793)       2736) [7DE]                                                     assets into an individual retirement account (see H.R.
   [15DE]                                                    Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act: amend (see                89, 844) [9JA] [7FE]
 Conservation reserve program: reauthorize (see H.R.            H.R. 1103) [1MR]                                            ———use of agricultural byproducts in wine produc-
   343) [9JA]                                                ———repeal (see H.R. 669) [25JA]                                    tion (see H.R. 1435) [6AP]
 Contracts: ensure sanctity (see H.R. 2557) [30OC]           Pesticides: definition and regulation of antimicrobial         Technology: use of remote sensing to promote better
 Corporate and Farm Independence Commission: estab-             pesticides (see H.R. 1680) [18MY]                               agricultural management (see H.R. 197) [9JA]
   lish (see H.R. 2755) [11DE]                               ———definition and regulation of the minor use of               Texas: control of southern pine beetles in wilderness
 Credit: access for family farmers who grow specialty           pesticides (see H.R. 1627) [12MY]                               areas (see H.R. 689) [26JA]
   crops or operate in high land cost areas (see H.R.        Popcorn: promotion program (see H.R. 2593) [7NO]               Tobacco products: establish Federal authority to regu-
   54) [9JA]                                                 Poultry: labeling regulations (see H.R. 203, 2672)                 late tobacco and other nicotine containing products
 Crops: purchase of catastrophic risk protection and            [9JA] [20NO]                                                    (see H.R. 2414) [28SE]
   clarify the prevented planting rule (see H.R. 2147)       ———use of humane methods in the slaughter of poul-             ———improve operation of flue-cured and burley to-
   [31JY]                                                       try (see H.R. 264) [9JA]                                        bacco programs (see H.R. 2653) [16NO]
 Dept. of Agriculture: abolish Department and transfer       Price support programs (see H.R. 2195, 2330, 2523)             ———increase excise taxes and use revenue for to-
   certain programs to an agribusiness block grant pro-         [4AU] [14SE] [24OC]                                             bacco crop substitution (see H.R. 1455) [6AP]
   gram (see H.R. 1354) [29MR]                               ———milk (see H.R. 2000, 2324, 2362, 2597) [10JY]               ———require the reduction and eventual elimination
 ———emergency assistance for crop losses in feder-              [13SE] [19SE] [8NO]                                             of nicotine in tobacco products (see H.R. 1853)
   ally designated disaster areas (see H.R. 1430, 2343)      ———peanuts (see H.R. 2008, 2189, 2794) [11JY]                      [15JN]
   [6AP] [14SE]                                                 [3AU] [15DE]                                                Transportation: farm commodities and supplies (see
                                                             ———sugar (see H.R. 1687) [23MY]                                    H.R. 526) [17JA]
 ———establish marketing loans and total acreage base
                                                             ———upland cotton, feed grains, rice, oilseeds, and             Treaties and agreements: make regulatory correction
   for upland cotton, feed grains, rice, oilseeds, and
                                                                wheat (see H.R. 2696) [30NO]                                    relative to methyl bromide and the Montreal Protocol
   wheat (see H.R. 2532) [25OC]
                                                             ———wheat, feed, grain, rice, and cotton (see H.R.                  (see H.R. 2230) [4AU]
 ———use of distance or transportation costs as a basis
                                                                2010) [11JY]                                                Waterways: restoration projects to control flooding,
   for pricing milk (see H.R. 1808) [8JN]
                                                             Public lands: domestic livestock grazing fees (see H.R.            erosion, and pollution runoff and improve water
 Disasters: coverage of seed crops under the noninsured
                                                                676, 1713) [25JA] [25MY]                                        quality (see H.R. 1331) [28MR]
   crop disaster assistance program (see H.R. 2093)          Real property: permit unimpeded use of privately
   [21JY]                                                                                                                   Weather: improve the collection and distribution of
                                                                owned farm land (see H.R. 800) [2FE]                            information to assist agricultural producers (see H.R.
 Employment: relationship between workers’ compensa-         Rural areas: study feasibility of establishing and train-
   tion benefits and certain benefits available to migrant                                                                      383) [9JA]
                                                                ing regional and county rural development boards            Wetlands: agricultural conversion of certain wetlands
   and seasonal workers (see H.R. 1715) [25MY]                  and councils (see H.R. 813) [3FE]
 Endangered species: incentives for land owners to pro-                                                                         (see H.R. 198) [9JA]
                                                             Soybean: revise promotion, research, and consumer in-          ———determinations relative to agricultural lands (see
   vide habitat for endangered species (see H.R. 2284)          formation programs (see H.R. 2577) [2NO]
   [7SE]                                                                                                                        H.R. 1949) [28JN]
                                                             States: consolidate grants for rural development pro-
 Farm management: use of integrated, site-specific plans                                                                    ———prompt resolution of agricultural use violation
                                                                grams (see H.R. 2590) [7NO]
   (see H.R. 2339) [14SE]                                                                                                       disputes (see H.R. 2496) [18OC]
                                                             ———provide incentives for the maintenance of farm-
 Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corp.: improve oper-                                                                       Conference reports
                                                                land in production capacity (see H.R. 2429) [29SE]
   ation (see H.R. 2130) [27JY]                                                                                             Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related
                                                             Taxation: capital gains rate on stock of certain farmers’
 Federal aid programs: limit farm program payments                                                                              Agencies Programs Appropriations (H.R. 1976)
                                                                cooperatives (see H.R. 2676) [20NO]
   to certain producers relative to amount of off-farm                                                                          [28SE]
                                                             ———double the maximum benefit under the special
   earnings (see H.R. 1719) [25MY]                                                                                        Messages
                                                                estate tax valuation rules for certain property (see
 ———repeal price support and agricultural promotion                                                                         CCC Report: President Clinton [9NO]
                                                                H.R. 520) [13JA]
   programs (see H.R. 2787) [15DE]                                                                                        Motions
                                                             ———exclusion of gross estate taxes of a decedent
 Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act:                                                                       Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agen-
                                                                relative to certain land subject to qualified conserva-
   amend relative to minor use of pesticides (see H.R.                                                                          cies programs: authorizing appropriations (H.R.
                                                                tion easements (see H.R. 864, 2218) [8FE] [4AU]
   1352) [29MR]                                              ———extend retroactive period during which farm in-                 1976) [20SE] [12OC]
 ———amend relative to public health pesticides (see                                                                       Reports filed
                                                                solvency transactions are exempt from the prior law
   H.R. 53) [9JA]                                                                                                           Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related
                                                                alternative minimum tax (see H.R. 242) [9JA]
 Food: improve agricultural resources conservation pro-      ———income tax credit for property used to control                  Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee of
   grams (see H.R. 2542) [26OC]                                 environmental pollution and for soil and water con-             Conference (H.R. 1976) (H. Rept. 104–268) [28SE]
 Food industry: labeling of milk products relative to           servation expenditures (see H.R. 41) [9JA]                  ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
   bovine growth hormones, and development of res-           ———increase excise taxes on smokeless tobacco                      1976) (H. Rept. 104–172) [30JN]
   idue test (see H.R. 2084, 2085) [20JY]                       products and establish a trust fund to reduce use           Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1976, Ag-
 Food producers: provide flexibility and mitigation in          (see H.R. 2585) [6NO]                                           riculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related
   the conversion of cropped wetlands (see H.R. 932)         ———inflation adjustments for maximum benefits                      Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee on
   [14FE]                                                       under special estate tax valuation rules for certain            Rules (House) (H. Res. 235) (H. Rept. 104–271)
 Foreign trade: compensate producers for damages in-            property (see H.R. 532) [17JA]                                  [29SE]
   curred due to trade embargoes (see H.R. 2263) [6SE]       ———one-time exclusion of gain from the sale of                 Consideration of H.R. 1976, Agriculture, Rural Devel-
 ———define domestic industry relative to perishable             farmland to a beginning farmer (see H.R. 441) [9JA]             opment, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs Ap-
   agricultural products (see H.R. 2795) [15DE]              ———prevent reclassification of certain dues paid to                propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
 ———duty rate adjustment of tomatoes from Mexico                tax-exempt agricultural and horticultural organiza-             188) (H. Rept. 104–185) [12JY]
   relative to currency exchange rates (see H.R. 1626)          tions (see H.R. 783) [1FE]                                  Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act Amendments:
   [12MY]                                                    ———provide farmers carryover of unused deductions                  Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 1103) (H.
 ———export subsidies for durum wheat (see H.R.                  and a one-time exclusion from gain for certain sales            Rept. 104–207) [26JY]
   597) [20JA]                                                  and provide health insurance deductions for self-         AIR FORCE see DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
 ———extend export restrictions for unprocessed tim-             employed individuals (see H.R. 1748) [6JN]                AIR POLLUTION related term(s) CLEAN AIR ACT;
   ber to timber harvested in Texas (see H.R. 688)           ———special estate tax valuation relative to cash rent-             ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT; POLLUTION
   [26JA]                                                       als of farmland (see H.R. 501, 1082) [13JA] [28FE]        Bills and resolutions
 ———labeling of imported perishable agricultural             ———treatment of agricultural water conservation ex-            Agriculture: exempt activities from certain permit re-
   commodities (see H.R. 2602, 2833) [9NO] [22DE]               penditures (see H.R. 1820) [13JN]                               quirements (see H.R. 1900) [20JN]
 ———prohibit the importation of sugar into the U.S.          ———treatment of cane sugar produced in Everglades              Carbon monoxide: deadline extension for certain sanc-
   from countries that import sugar from Cuba (see              Agricultural Area (see H.R. 2575, 2646) [2NO]                   tions and reclassification of nonattainment areas (see
   H.R. 84) [9JA]                                               [16NO]                                                          H.R. 1255) [15MR]

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  Clean Air Act: marginal area requirements relative to      ALAMEDA COUNTY, CA                                             Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Amendments:
      ozone concentrations (see H.R. 581) [19JA]             Bills and resolutions                                              Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 402) (H.
  ———reclassification of downwind nonattainment                Water: Federal involvement in wastewater reuse project           Rept. 104–73) [9MR]
      areas (see H.R. 1582) [9MY]                                  (see H.R. 2633) [14NO]                                   Alaska North Slope Crude Oil Exports: Committee on
  ———repeal certain amendments (see H.R. 479)                ALASKA                                                             Resources (House) (H.R. 70) (H. Rept. 104–139)
      [11JA]                                                 Appointments                                                       [15JN]
  ———State implementation plans (see H.R. 304) [9JA]           Conferees: S. 395, sale of Alaska Power Administration       Alaska Power Administration Sale of Hydroelectric
  ———treatment of motorcycles (see H.R. 2299)                      hydroelectric projects and export of Alaska North            Projects and the Export of Alaska North Slope Crude
      [12SE]                                                       Slope crude oil [25JY] [11OC] [17OC]                         Oil: Committee of Conference (S. 395) (H. Rept.
  Ecology and environment: recycling and management            Institute of American Indian and Alaska Native Culture           104–312) [6NO]
      of used oil and reduced lead emissions (see H.R.             and Arts Development Board of Trustees [16MY]            ———Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1122)
      189) [9JA]                                             Bills and resolutions                                              (H. Rept. 104–187) [13JY]
  ———recycling and use reduction of mercury (see               Admiralty Island National Monument: provide for land         Consideration of Conference Report on S. 395, Alaska
      H.R. 2835) [22DE]                                            exchange (see H.R. 1266) [16MR]                              Power Administration Sale of Hydroelectric Projects
  ———transition          from    use    of    halons   and     Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act: amend (see H.R.             and the Export of Alaska North Slope Crude Oil:
      chlorofluorocarbons to substitute compounds (see             402, 2505) [9JA] [18OC]                                      Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 256) (H. Rept.
      H.R. 2367) [20SE]                                        ———amend to provide for the buyback of common                    104–314) [7NO]
  Emissions: repeal certain Clean Air Act toxic air emis-          stock of Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (see H.R. 421)          Consideration of H.R. 70, Alaska North Slope Crude
      sion provisions (see H.R. 473) [11JA]                        [9JA]                                                        Oil Exports: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
  EPA: modify Reformulated Gasoline Program (see               ———conveyance of certain lands to village corpora-               197) (H. Rept. 104–198) [21JY]
      H.R. 2484) [17OC]                                            tions within the Cook Inlet Region (see H.R. 1342)       Consideration of H.R. 400, Gates of the Arctic National
  ———temporary suspension of reformulated gasoline                 [28MR]                                                       Park and Preserve Land Exchange: Committee on
      rules (see H.R. 1015, 2327) [22FE] [13SE]                Alaska Power Administration: sale of hydroelectric               Rules (House) (H. Res. 52) (H. Rept. 104–13)
  Government regulations: impose moratorium on sanc-               projects (see H.R. 1122) [3MR]                               [31JA]
      tions under the Clean Air Act provisions on marginal     ———sale of hydroelectric projects (S. 395), consider-        Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve Land
      and moderate ozone nonattainment areas (see H.R.             ation of conference report (see H. Res. 256) [7NO]           Exchange: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R.
      1602) [10MY]                                             Dept. of the Interior: consolidate certain conservation          400) (H. Rept. 104–8) [27JA]
  ———use of freon in home, automobile, and agricul-                system units on the Alaskan Peninsula (see H.R.        ALASKA NATIVE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT ACT
      tural air conditioning equipment (see H.R. 2645)             566) [19JA]                                            Bills and resolutions
      [15NO]                                                   Fishery Conservation and Management Act: reauthor-           Alaska: conveyance of certain lands under the Alaska
  Hazardous substances: reduction in emissions of pollut-          izing (see H.R. 39) [9JA]                                    Native Claims Settlement Act (see H.R. 2560)
      ants contributing to acid deposition in the Adiron-      Fishing: regulate in certain waters (see H.R. 1786)              [30OC]
                                                                   [8JN]                                                    Amend (see H.R. 402, 2505) [9JA] [18OC]
      dacks (see H.R. 2682) [28NO]
                                                               Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve: land         BLM: conveyance of certain lands to village corpora-
  Motor vehicles: allow emission reductions caused by
                                                                   exchange (see H.R. 400) [9JA]                                tions within the Cook Inlet Region (see H.R. 1342)
      fleet turnover to be credited under the Clean Air
                                                               ———land exchange (H.R. 400), consideration (see                  [28MR]
      Act (see H.R. 477) [11JA]                                                                                             Cook Inlet Region, Inc.: provide for the buyback of
  ———delay implementation of enhanced vehicle in-                  H. Res. 52) [31JA]
                                                               Gustavus, AK: land exchange (see H.R. 2561) [31OC]               common stock (see H.R. 421) [9JA]
      spection and maintenance programs (see H.R. 46,                                                                     Reports filed
      307, 495) [9JA] [11JA]                                   Kenai Natives Association: correction of land entitle-
                                                                                                                            Amendment To Provide for the Buyback of Common
  ———prohibit Federal requirement for State plans on               ment inequities (see H.R. 401) [9JA]
                                                               Mount McKinley: retain name (see H.R. 443) [9JA]                 Stock of Cook Inlet Region, Inc.: Committee on
      trip reduction requirements (see H.R. 478) [11JA]                                                                         Resources (House) (H.R. 421) (H. Rept. 104–40)
  ———reduction of work-related vehicle trips in ozone          Native Americans: conveyance of certain lands under
                                                                   the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (see H.R.            [21FE]
      nonattainment areas (see H.R. 325) [9JA]                                                                              Amendments: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R.
  ———repeal certain Clean Air Act emission standards               2560) [30OC]
                                                               Petroleum: export of Alaska North Slope crude oil                402) (H. Rept. 104–73) [9MR]
      (see H.R. 476) [11JA]                                                                                               ALBANIA, REPUBLIC OF
  ———repeal certain Clean Air Act ozone nonattain-                 (see H.R. 70) [9JA]
                                                               ———export of Alaska North Slope crude oil (H.R.            Bills and resolutions
      ment area provisions relative to mandatory State ve-                                                                  Macedonia: access to higher education in the Albanian
      hicle inspection and maintenance programs (see H.R.          70), consideration (see H. Res. 197) [21JY]
                                                               ———export of Alaska North Slope crude oil (S. 395),              language (see H. Con. Res. 103) [21SE]
      480) [11JA]                                                                                                         ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
  National Institute for the Environment: establish (see           consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 256)
                                                                                                                          Bills and resolutions
      H.R. 2827) [21DE]                                            [7NO]
                                                                                                                            Crime: false identification documents (see H.R. 1552)
  Ozone: repeal certain Clean Air Act stratospheric ozone      Taxation: charitable deduction for reasonable and nec-
                                                                                                                                [3MY]
      protection provisions (see H.R. 475) [11JA]                  essary expenses of Alaska Native subsistence whal-       Drunken driving: reporting of blood alcohol levels ex-
  Refuse disposal: solid and hazardous waste incinerator           ing captains (see H.R. 1940; H. Con. Res. 68)                ceeding State permissible levels after vehicular acci-
      requirements (see H.R. 2211) [4AU]                           [17MY] [27JN]                                                dents (see H.R. 1982) [30JN]
  States: conduct study of certain cross-border sources        Tongass National Forest: transfer (see H.R. 2413)            ———strengthen Federal prevention laws (see H.R.
      (see H.R. 2637) [15NO]                                       [28SE]                                                       588) [19JA]
                                                               Wilderness areas: designate certain lands (see H.R.          Roads and highways: treatment of Federal highway
  Taxation: issuance of tax-exempt bonds for air and
                                                                   1000) [21FE]                                                 funds relative to drunken driving by minors (see
      water pollution control facilities (see H.R. 2380)
                                                             Conference reports                                                 H.R. 2319) [13SE]
      [21SE]
                                                               Alaska Power Administration Sale of Hydroelectric            ———treatment of Federal highway funds relative to
Reports filed
                                                                   Projects and Alaska North Slope Crude Oil Exports            sale of alcoholic beverages to minors (see H.R. 2088,
  Reduction of Work-Related Vehicle Trips in Ozone
                                                                   (S. 395) [6NO] [8NO]                                         2328) [20JY] [13SE]
      Nonattainment Areas: Committee on Commerce
                                                             Messages                                                       SSI: deny disability benefits based on alcohol or drug
      (House) (H.R. 325) (H. Rept. 104–387) [6DE]              Alaska’s Mineral Resources: President Clinton [3AP]
AIRCRAFT see COMMON CARRIERS                                                                                                    addiction (see H.R. 791) [2FE]
                                                             Motions                                                        Tariff: French beaujolais wine (see H.R. 2529) [25OC]
ALABAMA                                                        Alaska Power Administration: sale of hydroelectric           Taxation: treatment of distilled spirits (see H.R. 2333)
Bills and resolutions                                              projects (S. 395) [25JY]                                     [14SE]
  Interstate compacts: consent of Congress to amend the        ———sale of hydroelectric projects (S. 395), con-             ———treatment of hard apple cider (see H.R. 2078)
      Historic Chattahoochee Compact between Alabama               ference report [8NO]                                         [20JY]
      and Georgia (see H.R. 2064) [19JY]                       Petroleum: export of Alaska North Slope crude oil            ———use of agricultural byproducts in wine produc-
  Talladega National Forest: modify boundaries (see H.R.           (H.R. 70) [24JY]                                             tion (see H.R. 1435) [6AP]
      1874) [16JN]                                             ———export of Alaska North Slope crude oil (S. 395)         ALEXANDER, MARGARET WALKER
  Trails: designate the voting rights march route from             [25JY]                                                 Bills and resolutions
      Selma, AL, to Montgomery, AL, as a National His-         ———export of Alaska North Slope crude oil (S. 395),          Margaret Walker Alexander National African-American
      toric Trail (see H.R. 1129) [3MR]                            conference report [8NO]                                      Research Center: establish (see H.R. 1117) [2MR]
Reports filed                                                Reports filed                                                ALEXANDRIA, VA
  Consent of Congress To Amend the Historic Chat-              Admiralty Island National Monument Land Exchange:          Bills and resolutions
      tahoochee Compact Between Alabama and Georgia:               Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1266) (H.           Albert V. Bryan U.S. Courthouse: designate (see H.R.
      Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2064)               Rept. 104–115) [9MY]                                         2305) [12SE]
      (H. Rept. 104–376) [4DE]                                 Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Amendment To           Reports filed
  Talladega National Forest Boundary Modification:                 Provide for the Buyback of Common Stock of Cook          Albert V. Bryan U.S. Courthouse, Alexandria, VA:
      Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 1874) (H.             Inlet Region, Inc.: Committee on Resources (House)           Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
      Rept. 104–216) [31JY]                                        (H.R. 421) (H. Rept. 104–40) [21FE]                          (House) (S. 965) (H. Rept. 104–420) [19DE]

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ALIENS                                                                              INDEX
ALIENS see IMMIGRATION; REFUGEES                               Motions                                                     ANADROMOUS FISH CONSERVATION ACT
ALLARD, WAYNE (a Representative from Colorado)                   Enact (H.R. 1561) [8JN]                                   Bills and resolutions
Appointments                                                   Reports filed                                                 Appropriations: authorizing (see H.R. 2160) [2AU]
  Conferee: H. Con. Res. 67, setting forth the Federal           Consideration of H.R. 1561, Provisions: Committee on      ANDREWS, ROBERT E. (a Representative from New
      budget for 1996–2002 [8JN]                                     Rules (House) (H. Res. 155) (H. Rept. 104–129)              Jersey)
  ———H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations                      [22MY]                                                Bills and resolutions introduced by
      [21SE]                                                     ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 156) (H.             Agriculture: export subsidies for durum wheat (see
Bills and resolutions introduced by                                  Rept. 104–130) [25MY]                                       H.R. 597) [20JA]
  Agriculture: consolidate grants for State rural develop-     AMERICAN RED CROSS related term(s) AMERICAN                   Arms sales: congressional notification requirement of
      ment programs (see H.R. 2590) [7NO]                            RED CROSS                                                   sales to Saudi Arabia relative to outstanding com-
  ———improve agricultural resources conservation pro-          Bills and resolutions                                             mercial disputes (see H.R. 1243) [15MR]
      grams (see H.R. 2542) [26OC]                               Federal employees: civil service retirement credit for      Disasters: establish a commission to improve the Fed-
  Animals: improve animal drug approval process (see                 service with the American Red Cross during a time           eral emergency management system (see H.R. 651)
      H.R. 2508) [19OC]                                              of war (see H.R. 272) [9JA]                                 [24JA]
  Appropriations: constitutional amendment on line-item        AMERICAN REVOLUTION related term(s) WAR                       Economy: reduce income tax rates, encourage purchase
      veto (see H.J. Res. 4) [9JA]                             Bills and resolutions                                             of domestic products, and extend transportation infra-
  Budget: constitutional amendment to require balanced           Awards, medals, and prizes: authorize the awarding              structure spending (see H.R. 890) [10FE]
      (see H.J. Res. 21) [9JA]                                       of the Medal of Honor to the unknown Vermonter          Education: release of student records to State and coun-
  ———limit rate of growth (see H.R. 1110) [2MR]                      who served and died in the Continental Army (see            ty prosecutors (see H.R. 2398) [27SE]
  Cache La Poudre River National Water Heritage Area:                H.R. 1964) [29JN]                                       ———substitute educational quality evaluations for co-
      establish (see H.R. 2057) [19JY]                           Coins: mint in commemoration of black revolutionary             hort default rates in eligibility determinations for
  Congressional Budget Act: establish a point of order               war patriots (see H.R. 1776) [7JN]                          student assistance programs (see H.R. 903) [13FE]
      against certain continuing resolutions (see H.R.           Historic buildings and sites: study battlefields of the     Employment: leave policies relative to minimum wage
      2197) [4AU]                                                    Revolutionary War and the War of 1812 (see H.R.             and overtime exemptions (see H.R. 946) [15FE]
  Farm credit banks: reduce unnecessary regulatory bur-              810) [2FE]                                              ———payment of wages to individuals who use em-
      dens (see H.R. 2029) [13JY]                              AMERICAN SAMOA                                                    ployer-owned vehicles (see H.R. 1273) [21MR]
  Rocky Mountain National Park: operation of visitor           Bills and resolutions                                         Families and domestic relations: child support enforce-
      facilities (see H.R. 629) [23JA]                           American Samoa Study Commission: establish (see                 ment (see H.R. 906) [13FE]
  SSI: deny disability benefits based on alcohol or drug             H.R. 2624) [13NO]                                       ———denial of passports to noncustodial parents rel-
      addiction (see H.R. 791) [2FE]                             Economy: multiyear program for economic develop-                ative to nonpayment of child support (see H.R. 993)
  Taxation: deductions for business use of the home (see             ment and self-sufficiency (see H.R. 1306) [23MR]            [21FE]
      H.R. 40) [9JA]                                             Expedited Funds Availability Act: clarify application       Federal aid programs: public participation in estab-
ALLIANCE FOR JUSTICE                                                 to American Samoa and Guam (see H.R. 1800)                  lishing locations of substance abuse treatment group
Bills and resolutions                                                [8JN]                                                       homes (see H.R. 2427) [29SE]
  Committee on Government Reform and Oversight                   Health: nutrition assistance programs (see H.R. 1059)       House of Representatives: ratification of constitutional
      (House): use of forged documents at a Subcommittee             [27FE]                                                      amendment to ensure equal rights relative to States’
      on National Economic Growth, Natural Resources             House of Representatives: repeal requirement that Dele-         ratification (see H. Res. 39) [19JA]
      and Regulatory Affairs hearing (see H. Res. 244)               gates from the Virgin Islands, Guam, and American       Members of Congress: restriction from lobbying activi-
      [25OC]                                                         Samoa be elected by a separate ballot (see H.R.             ties for a certain period after term expiration or
Motions                                                              2254) [4AU]                                                 resignation (see H.R. 751) [31JA]
  Committee on Government Reform and Oversight                                                                               Occupational safety and health: provide uniform warn-
                                                                 SSI: benefits (see H.R. 1060) [27FE]
      (House): use of forged documents at a Subcommittee                                                                         ings on personal protective equipment for occupa-
                                                               AMERICAN SAMOA STUDY COMMISSION                                   tional use (see H.R. 750) [31JA]
      on National Economic Growth, Natural Resources           Bills and resolutions
      and Regulatory Affairs hearing (H. Res. 244) [25OC]                                                                    Pensions: establish a Federal cause of action for failure
                                                                 Establish (see H.R. 2624) [13NO]                                of State and local governments to fulfill the terms
ALPHA PHI ALPHA (FRATERNAL ORGANIZATION)                       AMERICAN UNIVERSITY
Bills and resolutions                                                                                                            of pensions plans (see H.R. 1683) [23MY]
                                                               Bills and resolutions                                         Ships and vessels: require congressional approval of
  King, Martin Luther, Jr.: establish a memorial (see            Board of trustees: reduction in members (see H.R.
      H.J. Res. 70) [28FE]                                                                                                       nuclear waste disposal plans prior to construction
                                                                     2681) [28NO]                                                of CVN–76 nuclear aircraft carrier (see H.R. 905)
ALPHA TANGO (vessel)                                           AMTRAK                                                            [13FE]
Bills and resolutions                                          Bills and resolutions                                         ———require congressional certification for Dept. of
  Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 827) [3FE]              Appropriations: authorizing (see H.R. 1437) [6AP]               Defense ship repair transactions with foreign contrac-
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMIS-                                Common carriers: eliminate special support for or bur-          tors (see H.R. 904) [13FE]
      SION                                                           dens on operations as a passenger rail carrier (see     Taxation: provide incentives for enterprise zone invest-
Bills and resolutions                                                H.R. 259) [9JA]                                             ment (see H.R. 792) [2FE]
  Monuments and memorials: repair and maintenance of             Employees: establish limitations on wage continuation       Turkey: restrict foreign and military assistance condi-
      war memorials (see H.R. 1809) [8JN]                            and severance benefits for employees displaced by           tional to human rights standards (see H.R. 1274)
AMERICAN INDIAN TRUST FUND MANAGE-                                   a discontinuance of service (see H.R. 832) [6FE]            [21MR]
      MENT REFORM ACT                                            Operations: authorizing appropriations and management       Veterans: exclude certain income from consideration
Bills and resolutions                                                reform (see H.R. 1788) [8JN]                                for determining rent paid for federally assisted hous-
  BIA: transfer certain authorities to the Office of Special     ———authorizing appropriations and management re-                ing (see H.R. 2091) [21JY]
      Trustees for American Indians (see H.R. 2631)                  form (H.R. 1788), consideration (see H. Res. 284)     ANGOLA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
      [14NO]                                                         [29NO]                                                Messages
AMERICAN IRON AND STEEL INSTITUTE                                ———timely closure and realignment of routes with            National Emergency Relative to Angola: President
Bills and resolutions                                                low economic performance (see H.R. 841) [6FE]               Clinton [28MR] [18SE]
  Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of             Reports filed                                               ANIMALS related term(s) NATIONAL WILDLIFE REF-
      grounds for display of steel home building materials       Amtrak Reform and Privatization Act: Committee on               UGES; WILDLIFE
      (see H. Con. Res. 85) [20JY]                                   Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R.       Bills and resolutions
AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARDS INSTITUTE                                1788) (H. Rept. 104–299) [30OC]                         Agriculture: humane living conditions for calves raised
Bills and resolutions                                            Consideration of H.R. 1788, Amtrak Reform and Pri-              for the production of veal (see H.R. 263) [9JA]
  Children and youth: child labor provisions relative to             vatization Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.     ———incentives for land owners to provide habitat
      loading of materials into balers and compacters (see           284) (H. Rept. 104–370) [29NO]                              for endangered species (see H.R. 2284) [7SE]
      H.R. 1114) [2MR]                                         AMTRAK REFORM AND PRIVATIZATION ACT                           ———labeling of milk products relative to bovine
Reports filed                                                  Bills and resolutions                                             growth hormones, and development of residue test
  Child Labor Provisions of the Fair Labor Standards             Enact (H.R. 1788): consideration (see H. Res. 284)              (see H.R. 2084, 2085) [20JY]
      Act Relative to Loading of Materials Into Balers               [29NO]                                                  ———prohibit transfer or marketing of nonambulatory
      and Compacters: Committee on Economic and Edu-           Reports filed                                                     cattle, sheep, swine, horses, mules, or goats (see
      cational Opportunities (H.R. 1114) (H. Rept. 104–          Consideration of H.R. 1788, Provisions: Committee on            H.R. 2143) [31JY]
      278) [17OC]                                                    Rules (House) (H. Res. 284) (H. Rept. 104–370)          Bears: prohibit import, export, sale or possession of
AMERICAN OVERSEAS INTERESTS ACT                                      [29NO]                                                      bear viscera (see H.R. 2240) [4AU]
Bills and resolutions                                            Provisions: Committee on Transportation and Infra-          Dept. of Agriculture: require humane transport of
  Enact (H.R. 1561): consideration (see H. Res. 155,                 structure (House) (H.R. 1788) (H. Rept. 104–299)            horses en route to slaughtering facilities (see H.R.
      156) [22MY] [25MY]                                             [30OC]                                                      2433) [29SE]

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                                                                                       INDEX                                                                    APPROPRIATIONS

  Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife               ANTITRUST POLICY related term(s) MONOPOLIES                      ———H.R. 2126, Dept. of Defense appropriations
      Refuge: designate (see H.R. 1253) [15MR]                  Bills and resolutions                                                [13SE] [14SE] [18OC]
  Endangered species: designate Florida panther (see              Business and industry: supersede modification of final         ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent
      H.R. 321) [9JA]                                                 judgment of U.S. v. Western Electric and regulate              budget resolution [30OC] [31OC] [2NO] [13NO]
  ———designation of critical habitat areas and national               the manufacturing of Bell operating companies (see         ———H.R. 2546, District of Columbia appropriations
      wildlife refuges (see H.R. 2253) [4AU]                          H.R. 411) [9JA]                                                [9NO]
  ———protect private property rights relative to eco-             Charities: clarify exemptions from securities and anti-        ———S. 1, Unfunded Mandate Reform Act [1FE]
      nomic losses from critical habitat designations (see            trust laws relative to charitable gift annuities (see      ———S. 4, Separate Enrollment and Line Item Veto
      H.R. 490) [11JA]                                                H.R. 2519, 2525) [24OC]                                        Act [7SE]
  ———review listing process (see H.R. 1714) [25MY]                Commission on Concentration in the Livestock Indus-            ———S. 641, Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emer-
  Endangered Species Act: determination of threatened                 try: establish (see H.R. 2506) [18OC]                          gency Act reauthorization [7DE]
      species relative to reauthorization (see H.R. 571)          Courts: supersede the modification of final judgment         Bills and resolutions
      [19JA]                                                          in U.S. v. Western Electric (see H.R. 1528, 1641)          Administrative Conference of the U.S.: extend (see
  ———reauthorize (see H.R. 2275, 2444) [7SE] [29SE]                   [2MY] [16MY]                                                   H.R. 2291) [8SE]
  Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act:            Intellectual property: application of antitrust laws (see      Agriculture: consolidate grants for State rural develop-
      amend relative to minor use of pesticides (see H.R.             H.R. 2674) [20NO]                                              ment programs (see H.R. 2590) [7NO]
      1352) [29MR]                                                Major League Baseball: application of antitrust laws           ———reauthorize the conservation reserve program
  ———amend relative to public health pesticides (see                  (see H.R. 45, 106, 120, 365, 386, 397, 749, 1612,              (see H.R. 343) [9JA]
      H.R. 53) [9JA]                                                  2022) [9JA] [31JA] [11MY] [12JY]                           Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agen-
  Foreign trade: prohibit export of American black bear           ———application of antitrust laws and establishment                 cies programs: authorizing appropriations (see H.R.
      viscera (see H.R. 353) [9JA]                                    of a national oversight commission (see H.R. 735)              1976) [30JN]
  Health: improve animal drug approval process (see                   [30JA]                                                     ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1976), consid-
      H.R. 2508) [19OC]                                           ———application of antitrust laws relative to certain               eration (see H. Res. 188) [12JY]
  Housing: prohibit certain rental housing managers from              television contracts (see H.R. 105) [9JA]                  ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1976), consid-
      banning household pets for elderly residents (see           Sports: regulations relative to relocation of professional         eration of conference report (see H. Res. 235) [29SE]
      H.R. 1619) [11MY]                                               teams (see H.R. 2699, 2740) [30NO] [7DE]                   Air pollution: conduct study of certain cross-border
  Hunting and trapping: prohibit steel jaw leghold traps        Reports filed                                                        sources (see H.R. 2637) [15NO]
      (see H.R. 1404) [5AP]                                       Clarify Exemptions From Securities and Antitrust Laws          American Cultural Trust Fund: establish (see H.R.
  International Dolphin Conservation Program: imple-                  Relative to Charitable Gift Annuities: Committee on            1520) [7AP]
      ment (see H.R. 2823) [21DE]                                     Commerce (House) (H.R. 2519) (H. Rept. 104–333)            Amtrak: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1437)
  Interstate commerce: prohibit relative to exotic animals            [10NO]                                                         [6AP]
      (see H.R. 1202) [10MR]                                      ———Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.                    ———authorizing appropriations and management re-
  Laboratory testing: encourage Federal agencies utilizing            2525) (H. Rept. 104–336) [14NO]                                form (H.R. 1788), consideration (see H. Res. 284)
      rabbit eye irritancy tests to validate alternative oph-     Supersede the Modification of Final Judgment in U.S.               [29NO]
      thalmic testing procedures (see H. Con. Res. 7)                 v. Western Electric: Committee on the Judiciary            Anadromous Fish Conservation Act: authorizing appro-
      [9JA]                                                           (House) (H.R. 1528) (H. Rept. 104–203) [24JY]                  priations (see H.R. 2160) [2AU]
  Marine mammals: support the International Dolphin             APPALACHIAN REGIONAL COMMISSION                                  Appalachian Regional Commission: funding (see H.R.
      Conservation Program (see H.R. 2179) [3AU]                Bills and resolutions                                                312, 2145) [9JA] [31JY]
  National Park Service: eradicate brucellosis afflicting         Funding (see H.R. 312, 2145) [9JA] [31JY]                      Arts and humanities: abolish the National Endowment
      the bison in Yellowstone National Park (see H.R.            Mississippi: include additional counties as part of Ap-            for the Arts and the National Council on the Human-
      2136) [27JY]                                                    palachian region (see H.R. 644) [23JA]                         ities (see H.R. 209, 579) [9JA] [19JA]
  Ozark National Scenic Riverways: protection of wild             Virginia: include additional counties as part of Appa-         ———authorizing appropriations for the National En-
      horses within boundaries (see H.R. 238) [9JA]                   lachian region (see H.R. 1165) [8MR]                           dowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for
  Pesticides: definition and regulation of antimicrobial        APPALACHIAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACT                                 the Humanities and the Institute for Museum Serv-
      pesticides (see H.R. 1680) [18MY]                         Bills and resolutions                                                ices (see H.R. 1557) [3MY]
  ———definition and regulation of the minor use of                Appalachian Regional Commission: funding (see H.R.             Aviation: air cargo jetport funding (see H.R. 2449)
      pesticides (see H.R. 1627) [12MY]                               2145) [31JY]                                                   [29SE]
  Research: reporting requirements for facilities con-          APPROPRIATIONS related term(s) BUDGET—U.S.                       ———Great Lakes International Air Cargo Superport
      ducting experimentation and testing (see H.R. 1547)       Appointments                                                         construction funding (see H.R. 2448) [29SE]
      [2MY]                                                       Conferees: H. Con. Res. 67, setting forth the Federal          BLM: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1077)
  States: disapproval of issuance of permits for the taking           budget for 1996–2002 [8JN]                                     [28FE]
      of marine mammals in protected waters (see H.R.             ———H.R. 889, Dept. of Defense supplemental appro-              Budget: amend the budget process to require joint
      74) [9JA]                                                       priations and rescissions to enhance military readi-           budget resolutions and the inclusion of public debt
  Surplus Government property: authorize donation of                  ness [28MR]                                                    limit extension (see H.R. 2622) [13NO]
      surplus Federal law enforcement canines to their            ———H.R. 1158, supplemental appropriations and re-              ———automatic adjustments of discretionary spending
      handlers (see H.R. 704) [26JA]                                  scissions [2MY]                                                limits and reduction of obligation limits (see H.R.
  Taxation: incentives for the conservation of endangered         ———H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations                      700) [26JA]
      species (see H.R. 2286, 2364) [7SE] [19SE]                      [21SE]                                                     ———balance (see H.R. 567, 822, 823, 1131, 1516,
  ———modify application of passive loss limitations               ———H.R. 1655, intelligence services appropriations                 1923) [19JA] [3FE] [3MR] [7AP] [22JN]
      to equine activities (see H.R. 2199) [4AU]                      [17OC]                                                     ———balance through spending reduction (see H.
  ———treatment of livestock sold on account of weath-             ———H.R. 1817, military construction, family hous-                  Con. Res. 71) [23MY]
      er conditions (see H.R. 1588) [9MY]                             ing, and base closure and realignment appropriations       ———constitutional amendment to require balanced
  Wilderness areas: improve the management of land                    [7SE]                                                          (see H.J. Res. 1, 7, 15, 20, 21, 22, 28, 31, 35,
      and water for fish and wildlife purposes (see H.R.          ———H.R. 1854, legislative branch of the Government                 37, 45, 46, 49, 53, 55, 57, 58, 60, 62, 74) [9JA]
      1141) [6MR]                                                     appropriations [26JY]                                          [11JA] [18JA] [19JA] [23JA] [3MR]
Reports filed                                                     ———H.R. 1868, foreign operations, export financing,            ———constitutional amendment to require balanced
  Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife                     and related programs appropriations [12OC]                     (H.J. Res. 1), consideration (see H. Res. 33, 44)
      Refuge Designation: Committee on Resources                  ———H.R. 1905, energy and water development ap-                     [11JA] [24JA]
      (House) (H.R. 1253) (H. Rept. 104–290) [24OC]                   propriations [7SE]                                         ———constitutional amendment to require two-thirds
  Management of Wilderness Land and Water for Fish                ———H.R. 1976, agriculture, rural development, FDA,                 vote of both Houses of Congress if outlays exceed
      and Wildlife Purposes: Committee on National Secu-              and related agencies programs appropriations [20SE]            revenues (see H.J. Res. 9) [9JA]
      rity (House) (H.R. 1141) (H. Rept. 104–107) [6JN]           ———H.R. 1977, Dept. of the Interior and related                ———establish 2-year cycle (see H.R. 766) [1FE]
  ———Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1141)                       agencies appropriations [8SE]                              ———establish a budget reserve account for emer-
      (H. Rept. 104–107) [1MY]                                    ———H.R. 2002, Dept. of Transportation and related                  gencies (see H.R. 1245) [15MR]
  Protection of Wild Horses Within Boundaries of the                  agencies appropriations [8SE]                              ———establish a deficit reduction trust fund and re-
      Ozark National Scenic Riverway: Committee on Re-            ———H.R. 2020, Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Serv-                  duce discretionary spending limits (see H.R. 1162)
      sources (House) (H.R. 238) (H. Rept. 104–296)                   ice, Executive Office of the President, and inde-              [8MR]
      [30OC]                                                          pendent agencies appropriations [8SE]                      ———establish a deficit reduction trust fund and re-
ANTI-DEFAMATION LEAGUE OF B’NAI B’RITH                            ———H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and                     duce discretionary spending limits (H.R. 1162), con-
Bills and resolutions                                                 State and the Judiciary appropriations [18OC]                  sideration (see H. Res. 218) [12SE]
  Holocaust: condemn efforts to distort historical reality        ———H.R. 2099, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and                   ———extend and reduce discretionary spending limits
      of the Holocaust and recognize work of U.S. Holo-               HUD, and sundry independent agencies appropria-                and extend pay-as-you-go requirements (see H.R.
      caust Memorial Museum (see H. Res. 316) [20DE]                  tions [2NO]                                                    2459) [11OC]

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APPROPRIATIONS                                                                  INDEX
 ———extend discretionary spending limits (see H.R.          Committee on Government Reform and Oversight                ———demonstration project to improve personnel
   2295) [8SE]                                                (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 62)          policies relative to acquisition work force (see H.R.
 ———identification and control of tax expenditures            [7FE]                                                       2314) [12SE]
   (see H.R. 1387) [4AP]                                    Committee on House Oversight (House): authorizing           ———eliminate promotion of civilian marksmanship
 ———limit rate of growth (see H.R. 1110) [2MR]                expenditures (see H. Res. 87) [16FE]                        (see H.R. 1645) [16MY]
 ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-          Committee on Intelligence (House, Select): authorizing      ———making appropriations (see H.R. 2126) [27JY]
   sions (see H.R. 1158, 1159, 1864, 1927, 1944)              expenditures (see H. Res. 64) [8FE]                       ———making appropriations (H.R. 2126), consider-
   [8MR] [15JN] [27JN] [28JN]                               Committee on International Relations (House): author-         ation (see H. Res. 205) [28JY]
 ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-            izing expenditures (see H. Res. 84) [14FE]                ———making appropriations (H.R. 2126), consider-
   sions (H.R. 1158), consideration (see H. Res. 115)       Committee on National Security (House): authorizing           ation of conference report (see H. Res. 232, 271)
   [14MR]                                                     expenditures (see H. Res. 77) [9FE]                         [27SE] [15NO]
 ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-          Committee on Resources (House): authorizing expendi-        ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-
   sions (H.R. 1158), consideration of conference report      tures (see H. Res. 82) [10FE]                               sions to enhance military readiness (see H.R. 889)
   (see H. Res. 151) [17MY]                                 Committee on Rules (House): authorizing expenditures          [10FE]
 ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-            (see H. Res. 76) [9FE]                                    ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-
   sions (H.R. 1944), consideration (see H. Res. 176)       Committee on Science (House): authorizing expendi-            sions to enhance military readiness (H.R. 889), con-
   [28JN]                                                     tures (see H. Res. 81) [10FE]                               sideration (see H. Res. 92) [21FE]
 ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (see        Committee on Small Business (House): authorizing ex-        ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-
   H.R. 2491, 2517, 2530) [17OC] [20OC] [25OC]                penditures (see H. Res. 74) [9FE]                           sions to enhance military readiness (H.R. 889), con-
 ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.
                                                            Committee on Standards of Official Conduct (House):           sideration of conference report (see H. Res. 129)
   2491), consideration (see H. Res. 245) [25OC]
 ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.         authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 73) [9FE]             [5AP]
                                                            Committee on the Budget (House): authorizing expend-        ———reduce size of operational support aircraft fleet
   2491), consideration of Senate amendments to con-
                                                              itures (see H. Res. 90) [16FE]                              (see H.R. 1973) [30JN]
   ference report (see H. Res. 279) [18NO]
 ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.       Committee on the Judiciary (House): authorizing ex-         ———restrict purchase of packaged foods that are not
   2491), consideration of conference report (see H.          penditures (see H. Res. 72) [9FE]                           domestically packaged (see H.R. 178) [9JA]
   Res. 272) [16NO]                                         Committee on Transportation (House): authorizing ex-        ———terminate C–17 Airlifter Program and use non-
 ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.         penditures (see H. Res. 75) [9FE]                           developmental aircrafts to meet strategic airlift re-
   2530), consideration (see H. Res. 321) [21DE]            Committee on Ways and Means (House): authorizing              quirements (see H.R. 703) [26JA]
 ———reduce discretionary spending limits (see H.R.            expenditures (see H. Res. 67) [9FE]                       ———terminate certain programs (see H.R. 1673)
   1219) [13MR]                                             Committees of the House: authorizing expenditures (see        [18MY]
 ———reform process (see H.R. 2599) [8NO]                      H. Res. 107) [6MR]                                        Dept. of Energy: authorize hydrogen research, develop-
 ———require an operating and a capital budget to            Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act: reau-             ment, and demonstration programs (see H.R. 655)
   distinguish between Federal funds and trust funds          thorize (see H.R. 42) [9JA]                                 [24JA]
   (see H.R. 767, 1233) [1FE] [14MR]                        ———revise and extend (see H.R. 1872) [16JN]                 ———authorize hydrogen research, development, and
 ———require detailed information on spending choices        Conservation of energy: funding for programs (see             demonstration programs (H.R. 655), consideration
   (see H.R. 1109) [2MR]                                      H.R. 2596) [8NO]                                            (see H. Res. 136) [1MY]
 ———rescind certain budget authority (see H.R. 845)         Constitutional amendments: line-item veto (see H.J.         ———gas turbine modular helium reactor program
   [7FE]                                                      Res. 4, 6, 17, 43, 46, 47, 59) [9JA] [19JA]                 (see H.R. 311) [9JA]
 ———setting forth the Federal budget for 1996–2002          Continuing: making (see H.J. Res. 108, 115, 116, 118,       ———reduce funding and scope of the stockpile stew-
   (see H. Con. Res. 66, 67, 122) [11MY] [15MY]               119, 120, 122, 123, 125, 126, 131, 133, 136, 137)           ardship program (see H.R. 1672) [18MY]
   [18DE]                                                     [27SE] [7NO] [10NO] [14NO] [15NO] [17NO]                  ———reduce funding for the nuclear energy research
 ———setting forth the Federal budget for 1996–2002            [18NO] [13DE] [18DE] [22DE]                                 and development activities (see H.R. 1674) [18MY]
   (H. Con. Res. 122), consideration (see H. Res. 309)      ———making (H.J. Res. 108), consideration (see H.            Dept. of State: authorizing appropriations (see H.R.
   [18DE]                                                     Res. 230) [27SE]                                            1564) [3MY]
 ———setting forth the Federal budget for 1996–2002          ———making (H.J. Res. 115), consideration (see H.            ———consolidate foreign affairs agencies (see H.R.
   (H. Con. Res. 67), consideration (see H. Res. 149)         Res. 257, 261) [7NO] [9NO]                                  1561) [3MY]
   [16MY]                                                   ———making (H.J. Res. 122), consideration (see H.            ———consolidate foreign affairs agencies (H.R. 1561),
 ———setting forth the Federal budget for 1996–2002            Res. 270) [15NO]                                            consideration (see H. Res. 155, 156) [22MY]
   (H. Con. Res. 67), consideration of conference report    Courts: funding for death penalty resource centers (see       [25MY]
   (see H. Res. 175) [28JN]                                   H.R. 1984) [30JN]                                         Dept. of the Interior: provide loan guarantees for water
 ———treatment of Social Security under a constitu-          Crime: appropriate two percent of Federal individual          supply, conservation, quality, and transmission
   tional amendment to require balanced (see H. Con.          income tax revenues to the States to fight crime            projects (see H.R. 2781) [14DE]
   Res. 17) [23JA]                                            (see H.R. 90) [9JA]                                       ———Steel Industry Heritage Project funding (see
 ———treatment of Social Security under a constitu-          Dept. of Agriculture: emergency assistance for crop           H.R. 2473) [12OC]
   tional amendment to require balanced (H. Con. Res.         losses in federally designated disaster areas (see H.R.   Dept. of the Interior and related agencies: authorizing
   17), consideration (see H. Res. 44) [24JA]                 1430, 2343) [6AP] [14SE]                                    appropriations (see H.R. 1977) [30JN]
 ———use CBO economic assumptions to achieve a               ———extend certain authorities (see H.R. 2775)               ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1977), consid-
   balanced Federal budget (see H.J. Res. 132) [18DE]         [13DE]                                                      eration (see H. Res. 185, 187, 189) [11JY] [12JY]
 CCC: limit farm and export expenditures (see H.R.          Dept. of Commerce: authorizing appropriations for sci-        [13JY]
   2195, 2523) [4AU] [24OC]                                   entific research services and facilities (see H.R.        ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1977), consid-
 CFTC: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 618)
                                                              1870) [16JN]                                                eration of conference report (see H. Res. 231, 253,
   [20JA]
                                                            Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations (see H.R.        301) [27SE] [1NO] [13DE]
 Children and youth: establish community-based youth
                                                              1530) [2MY]                                               Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office
   development block grant program (see H.R. 2807)
                                                            ———authorizing appropriations for military construc-          of the President, and independent agencies: author-
   [18DE]
 Coast Guard: authorizing appropriations (see H.R.            tion, family housing, and base closure and realign-         izing appropriations (see H.R. 2020) [12JY]
   1151, 1361) [7MR] [30MR]                                   ment (see H.R. 1817) [13JN]                               ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2020), consid-
 ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1361), consid-         ———authorizing appropriations for military construc-          eration (see H. Res. 190) [17JY]
   eration (see H. Res. 139) [3MY]                            tion, family housing, and base closure and realign-       ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2020), consid-
 Colleges and universities: eliminate segregationist lan-     ment (H.R. 1817), consideration (see H. Res. 167)           eration of conference report (see H. Res. 267)
   guage from certain laws relative to funding of State       [15JN]                                                      [14NO]
   universities (see H.R. 2730) [6DE]                       ———authorizing appropriations for military construc-        Dept. of Transportation: authorizing appropriations for
 ———prohibit Federal grants or contracts to institu-          tion, family housing, and base closure and realign-         certain maritime programs (see H.R. 1347) [29MR]
   tions that prevent access to campus for ROTC or            ment (H.R. 1817), consideration of conference report      Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: making
   military recruiting (see H.R. 142, 1118) [9JA] [2MR]       (see H. Res. 223) [19SE]                                    appropriations (see H.R. 2002) [11JY]
 Committee on Agriculture (House): authorizing expend-      ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1530), consid-          ———making appropriations (H.R. 2002), consider-
   itures (see H. Res. 68) [9FE]                              eration (see H. Res. 164) [8JN]                             ation (see H. Res. 194) [19JY]
 Committee on Banking and Financial Services (House):       ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1530), consid-          ———making appropriations (H.R. 2002), consider-
   authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 85) [14FE]           eration of conference report (see H. Res. 307)              ation of conference report (see H. Res. 241) [24OC]
 Committee on Commerce (House): authorizing expend-           [14DE]                                                    Dept. of Veterans Affairs: authorizing appropriations
   itures (see H. Res. 70) [9FE]                            ———authorizing military construction appropriations           for medical facilities projects and leases (see H.R.
 Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities          (see H.R. 1529) [2MY]                                       2814) [20DE]
   (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 71)       ———B–2 stealth bomber development (see H.R.                 ———authorizing medical facilities construction ap-
   [9FE]                                                      2625) [13NO]                                                propriations (see H.R. 1534) [2MY]

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                                                                               INDEX                                                                   APPROPRIATIONS

———compensation for children of veterans exposed           ———reduce State and local costs due to unfunded              ———statutory limit on the public debt (see H. Res.
  to ionizing radiation (see H.R. 2401) [27SE]               Federal mandates (see H.R. 5, 261) [9JA]                      28, 138) [9JA] [2MY]
———making continuing appropriations (see H.J. Res.         ———reduce State and local costs due to unfunded              Immigration: funding for improvements in the natu-
  134) [20DE]                                                Federal mandates (H.R. 5), consideration (see H.              ralization process (see H.R. 2120) [26JY]
———making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res.               Res. 38) [18JA]                                            Impoundment Control Act: repeal (see H.R. 1064)
  134), consideration (see H. Res. 317) [20DE]             ———revenue sharing program of annual payments                   [27FE]
Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-       to State and local governments (see H.R. 762)              Intelligence services: authorizing appropriations (see
  ary: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 2076)            [31JA]                                                        H.R. 1655) [17MY]
  [19JY]                                                   Financial institutions: provide funding for the Financing    ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1655), consid-
———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), consid-           Corp. and consolidate Federal deposit insurance               eration (see H. Res. 216) [7SE]
  eration (see H. Res. 198) [21JY]                           funds and agencies (see H.R. 2363) [19SE]                  ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1655), consid-
———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), consid-         Fishery Conservation and Management Act: reauthor-              eration of conference report (see H. Res. 318)
  eration of conference report (see H. Res. 289) [5DE]       izing (see H.R. 39) [9JA]                                     [20DE]
Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related           Foreign aid: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1563)      ———limit funding (see H.R. 2592) [7NO]
  agencies: making appropriations (see H.R. 2127)            [3MY]                                                      Interjurisdictional Fisheries Act: authorizing appropria-
  [27JY]                                                   ———discharge obligation of certain unexpended bal-              tions (see H.R. 2160) [2AU]
———making appropriations (H.R. 2127), consider-              ances of foreign economic assistance (see H.R. 360)        ITC: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1887) [19JN]
  ation (see H. Res. 208) [1AU]                              [9JA]                                                      Joseph W. Martin, Jr., Institute for Law and Society:
Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry inde-       ———integrated justification report for assistance pro-          authorize funding to further public service mission
  pendent agencies: authorizing appropriations (see          grams (see H.R. 204) [9JA]                                    (see H.R. 2678, 2782) [20NO] [14DE]
  H.R. 2099) [21JY]                                        Foreign operations, export financing, and related pro-       Legislative branch of the Government: making appro-
———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2099), consid-           grams: making appropriations (see H.R. 1868, 2666)            priations (see H.R. 1854, 2492) [15JN] [18OC]
  eration (see H. Res. 201) [25JY]                           [15JN] [18NO]                                              ———making appropriations (H.R. 1854), consider-
———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2099), consid-         ———making appropriations (H.R. 1868), conference                ation (see H. Res. 169) [19JN]
  eration of conference report (see H. Res. 280, 291)        report—amendments in disagreement (see H. Res.             ———making appropriations (H.R. 1854), consider-
  [18NO] [6DE]                                               296) [12DE]                                                   ation of conference report (see H. Res. 206) [1AU]
District of Columbia: expenditure and appropriation of     ———making appropriations (H.R. 1868), consider-              ———making appropriations (H.R. 1854), corrections
  funds for times when Congress has not enacted a            ation (see H. Res. 170, 177) [20JN] [29JN]                    in enrollment (see H. Con. Res. 99) [6SE]
  budget (see H.R. 2661) [17NO]                            ———making appropriations (H.R. 1868), consider-              ———making appropriations (H.R. 2492), consider-
———increase Federal share of certain transportation          ation of conference report (see H. Res. 249) [30OC]           ation (see H. Res. 239) [19OC]
  project costs (see H.R. 2017) [12JY]                     Foreign policy: loan guarantees for Ireland and North-       Line-item veto (see H.R. 2, 27, 128) [9JA]
———making appropriations (see H.R. 2546) [26OC]              ern Ireland (see H.R. 2783) [14DE]                         Line-item veto (H.R. 2): consideration (see H. Res.
———making appropriations (H.R. 2546), consider-            Government: avoid costs and disruption of agency shut-
                                                                                                                           55) [1FE]
  ation (see H. Res. 252) [31OC]                             downs when there is a lapse in appropriations (see
                                                                                                                        Line-item veto (S. 4): application to 1996 appropria-
———making continuing appropriations (see H.J. Res.           H.R. 2069) [19JY]
                                                                                                                           tions bills (see H. Res. 212) [4AU]
  124, 128) [17NO] [28NO]                                  ———continuance of pay and authority to make cer-
                                                                                                                        ———consideration (see H. Res. 147) [16MY]
———repeal Mayor’s authority to requisition unlimited         tain expenditures and obligations when there is a
                                                                                                                        Long Island Sound: improve water quality (see H.R.
  funds from the U.S. Treasury (see H.R. 358) [9JA]          lapse in appropriations (see H.R. 2007) [11JY]
                                                                                                                           2279) [7SE]
Ecology and environment: funding to States to imple-       ———continuance of pay when there is a lapse in
                                                                                                                        LSC: abolish (see H.R. 2277) [7SE]
  ment national estuary conservation and management          appropriations (see H.R. 2184, 2662) [3AU] [17NO]
                                                                                                                        Marine resources: reauthorization of programs (see
  plans (see H.R. 1438, 1917) [6AP] [22JN]                 ———ensure stoppage of payment for the President,
                                                                                                                           H.R. 1175) [8MR]
Economy: reduction of tax rates and discretionary            Vice President, and Members of Congress during
                                                                                                                        Medicare: extend certain savings provisions (see H.R.
  spending (see H.R. 1327) [28MR]                            Government shutdown (see H.R. 2373, 2671; H.
                                                                                                                           1217) [13MR]
Education: funding for higher education financial aid        Con. Res. 113) [21SE] [15NO] [20NO]
                                                           ———making automatic continuing (see H.R. 2006)               Members of Congress: make pay subject to annual
  programs (see H. Res. 122) [29MR]
                                                             [11JY]                                                        appropriations (see H.R. 2351) [19SE]
Energy and water development: making appropriations
                                                           Harbors: deauthorize certain portions of navigation          ———provide a permanent appropriation for com-
  (see H.R. 1905) [20JN]
                                                             project for Cohasset Harbor, MA (see H.R. 2187)               pensation (see H.R. 108) [9JA]
———making appropriations (H.R. 1905), consider-
                                                             [3AU]                                                      ———require comparable treatment with Federal em-
  ation (see H. Res. 171) [22JN]
———making appropriations (H.R. 1905), consider-            Health: authorizing appropriations for programs relative        ployees during Government shutdown (see H.R.
  ation of conference report (see H. Res. 248) [30OC]        to the health of individuals from disadvantaged back-         2828) [21DE]
EPA: authorizing appropriations for environmental re-        grounds (see H.R. 1341) [28MR]                             ———stoppage of payment during Government shut-
  search, development, and demonstration activities        Health care facilities: improve health programs and             down (see H.R. 2281, 2639, 2658) [7SE] [15NO]
  (see H.R. 1814) [13JN]                                     services available to rural populations (see H.R.             [17NO]
Executive departments: ensure that Federal expendi-          2411) [27SE]                                               Money: budget and credit authority provided to the
  tures remain accountable to the House of Representa-     Historic buildings and sites: authorizing appropriations        exchange stabilization fund (see H.R. 867) [8FE]
  tives (see H. Res. 57) [3FE]                               for the preservation and restoration at historically       ———require congressional approval for certain uses
———use of unobligated funds to pay bonuses to cer-           black colleges and universities (see H.R. 1179)               of the exchange stabilization fund (see H.R. 2177)
  tain personnel and for deficit reduction (see H.R.         [9MR]                                                         [3AU]
  29) [9JA]                                                House of Representatives: funding for the Republican         Museum Service Act: authorizing appropriations (see
FCC: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1869)              Steering Committee and the Democratic Policy Com-             H.R. 100) [9JA]
  [16JN]                                                     mittee (see H. Res. 9) [9JA]                               NASA: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 2043,
FEC: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1372)            ———preserve constitutional role to originate revenue            2059) [17JY] [19JY]
  [30MR]                                                     measures (see H. Res. 131) [5AP]                           ———termination of International Space Station Pro-
Federal aid programs: use of funding by local govern-      ———purchase of House calendars (see H. Res. 23)                 gram (see H.R. 407, 1701) [9JA] [24MY]
  ments and nonprofit organizations in accordance with       [9JA]                                                      National Blue Ribbon Commission To Eliminate Waste
  approved local flexibility plans (see H.R. 2086)         ———reduction of section 602(b)(1) suballocations                in Government: establish (see H.R. 217) [9JA]
  [20JY]                                                     relative to floor amendments for appropriation bills       National Film Preservation Board: reauthorization (see
Federal employees: continuance of work during Gov-           (see H. Res. 191) [17JY]                                      H.R. 1734) [25MY]
  ernment shutdown (see H.R. 2840) [27DE]                  ———require audit of financial records and adminis-           National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities
———ensure payment of furloughed employees during             trative functions and thorough examination of Mem-            Act: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 100) [9JA]
  Government shutdown (see H.R. 2273) [6SE]                  bers’ allowances (see H. Res. 16) [9JA]                    National Institute of Standards and Technology: author-
———prevent payment of furloughed employees dur-            ———require that excess amounts from Members’ of-                izing appropriations for industrial technology serv-
  ing Government shutdown (see H.R. 2759) [12DE]             ficial allowances be applied to deficit reduction (see        ices (see H.R. 1871) [16JN]
———reduce number of political appointees (see H.R.           H.R. 330, 376, 572, 1333) [9JA] [19JA] [28MR]              National parks and recreation areas: allow donation
  1671, 2090) [18MY] [21JY]                                House Rules: consideration of legislative branch appro-         of State management and operation services during
———specify circumstances for payment of fur-                 priations relative to the status of all other appropria-      a Government shutdown (see H.R. 2732) [6DE]
  loughed employees during Government shutdown               tions legislation (see H. Res. 213) [6SE]                  National Sea Grant College Program: reauthorization
  (see H.R. 2780) [14DE]                                   ———require floor amendments to appropriations bills             (see H.R. 1175) [8MR]
Federal Fire Prevention and Control Act: authorizing         be reflected in budget accounting (see H. Res. 182)        National Voter Registration Act: delay enforcement
  appropriations (see H.R. 1851) [15JN]                      [30JN]                                                        until implementation funding is appropriated (see
Federal-State relations: constitutional amendment to bar   ———same-day consideration of certain resolutions                H.R. 736) [30JA]
  unfunded Federal mandates to States and local gov-         (see H. Res. 260, 265, 276, 297) [9NO] [13NO]              Navy: operate ships stores as nonappropriated fund in-
  ernments (see H.J. Res. 27, 54) [9JA] [13JA]               [17NO] [12DE]                                                 strumentalities (see H.R. 347) [9JA]

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APPROPRIATIONS                                                                     INDEX
 Nebraska: Lost Creek flood control project costs rel-         Veterans: ensure payment of benefits regardless of         Motions
   ative to judgment funds (see H.R. 1071) [28FE]                 Government financial status (see H.R. 2626, 2632,        Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agen-
 New York, NY: funding for subway system improve-                 2813) [13NO] [14NO] [20DE]                                  cies programs: authorizing appropriations (H.R.
   ments (see H.R. 2321) [13SE]                                Vietnam: funding for diplomatic and economic rela-             1976) [20SE] [12OC]
 NIH: funding for diabetes-related research (see H.R.             tions relative to cooperation with efforts to account    Budget: constitutional amendment to require balanced
   1656) [17MY]                                                   for POW/MIA (see H.J. Res. 89) [18MY]                       (H.J. Res. 1) [26JA]
 NOAA: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1815)              Water pollution: construction of wastewater treatment       ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-
   [13JN]                                                         facilities in the vicinity of the U.S.-Mexico border        sions (H.R. 1158) [15MR] [16MR] [2MY]
 NSF: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1852)                  (see H.R. 1338) [28MR]                                   ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-
   [15JN]                                                      Water Resources Research Act: authorizing appropria-           sions (H.R. 1944) [29JN]
 Older Americans Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 2056,                 tions (see H.R. 1743) [6JN]                              ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.
   2570) [18JY] [1NO]                                        Conference reports                                               2491) [26OC] [30OC]
 O’Leary, Sec. of Energy: investigation of funds used          Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related            ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.
   to analyze media coverage of Dept. of Energy (see              Agencies Programs Appropriations (H.R. 1976)                2491), conference report [20NO]
   H. Res. 283) [28NO]                                            [28SE]                                                   ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.
 Panama Canal: authorizing appropriations for operation        Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H.R. 1530) [13DE]             2530), consideration (H. Res. 321) [22DE]
   and maintenance (see H.R. 1349) [29MR]                      Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H.R. 2126) [25SE]          ———setting forth the Federal budget for 1996–2002
 Postal Service: reduction of accumulated debt (see H.R.          [15NO]                                                      (H. Con. Res. 67) [8JN]
                                                                                                                           Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act: re-
   2744) [7DE]                                                 Dept. of Defense Military Construction, Family Hous-
                                                                                                                              vise and extend (H.R. 1872) [18SE]
 ———repeal transitional authorization of appropria-               ing, and Base Closure and Realignment Appropria-
                                                                                                                           Continuing: making (H.J. Res. 115) [8NO] [10NO]
   tions (see H.R. 1826) [13JN]                                   tions (H.R. 1817) [14SE]
                                                                                                                              [14NO]
 Public debt: ceiling (see H.R. 2409, 2586) [27SE]             Dept. of Defense Supplemental Appropriations and Re-        ———making (H.J. Res. 122) [15NO] [20NO]
   [7NO]                                                          scissions To Enhance Military Readiness (H.R. 889)       ———making (H.J. Res. 123) [19NO]
 ———ceiling (H.R. 2409), consideration (see H. Res.               [5AP]                                                    ———making (H.J. Res. 136) [22DE]
   292) [6DE]                                                  Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropria-       Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for mili-
 ———ceiling (H.R. 2586), consideration (see H. Res.               tions (H.R. 1977) [21SE] [31OC] [12DE]                      tary construction, family housing, and base closure
   258, 262) [8NO] [9NO]                                       Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office        and realignment (H.R. 1817) [7SE]
 ———enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust                of the President, and Independent Agencies Appro-        ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1530) [15JN]
   funds (see H.R. 2621) [13NO]                                   priations (H.R. 2020) [25OC]                                [21SE]
 ———enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust             Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appro-         ———making appropriations (H.R. 2126) [7SE]
   funds (H.R. 2621), consideration (see H. Res. 293)             priations (H.R. 2002) [20OC]                                [13SE] [14SE] [29SE] [18OC]
   [7DE]                                                       Depts. of Commerce, Justice, State, and the Judiciary       ———making appropriations (H.R. 2126), conference
 Public works: economic development programs (see                 Appropriations (H.R. 2076) [4DE]                            report [16NO]
   H.R. 300, 2145) [9JA] [31JY]                                Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Inde-        ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-
 Roads and highways: treatment of Federal highway                 pendent Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 2099)                 sions to enhance military readiness (H.R. 889)
   funds relative to drunken driving by minors (see               [17NO] [6DE]                                                [28MR]
   H.R. 2319) [13SE]                                           Energy and Water Development Appropriations (H.R.           Dept. of State: consolidate foreign affairs agencies
 ———treatment of Federal highway funds relative to                1905) [26OC]                                                (H.R. 1561) [8JN]
   sale of alcoholic beverages to minors (see H.R. 2088,       Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Pro-      Dept. of the Interior and related agencies: authorizing
   2328) [20JY] [13SE]                                            grams Appropriations (H.R. 1868) [26OC]                     appropriations (H.R. 1977) [12JY] [13JY] [8SE]
 Rural areas: grants to assist colonias relative to waste-     Intelligence Services Appropriations (H.R. 1655)               [29SE]
   water disposal (see H.R. 556, 557, 908, 1337) [18JA]           [20DE]                                                   ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1977), con-
   [13FE] [28MR]                                               Legislative Branch of the Government Appropriations            ference report [15NO] [13DE]
 Schools: provide free lunches and breakfasts to eco-             (H.R. 1854) [28JY]                                       ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1977), veto
   nomically disadvantaged students (see H. Con. Res.          Reconciliation of the Concurrent Budget Resolution             [18DE]
   49) [24MR]                                                     (H.R. 2491) [15NO] [20NO]                                Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office
 Science: authorizing appropriations for Federal civilian      Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1996–2002 (H.             of the President, and independent agencies: author-
   science activities (see H.R. 2405) [27SE]                      Con. Res. 67) [26JN]                                        izing appropriations (H.R. 2020) [19JY] [8SE]
 ———authorizing appropriations for Federal civilian            Supplemental Appropriations and Rescissions (H.R.           Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: making
   science activities (H.R. 2405), consideration (see H.          1158) [16MY]                                                appropriations (H.R. 2002) [8SE]
   Res. 234) [29SE]                                            Unfunded Mandate Reform Act (S. 1) [13MR]                   Dept. of Veterans Affairs: making continuing appro-
 Social Security: off-budget status of administrative        Messages                                                         priations (H.J. Res. 134) [20DE]
   costs (see H.R. 1676) [18MY]                                Continuing Appropriations: President Clinton [16NO]         Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-
 Space policy: Space Station Program funding (see H.R.         Corp. for Public Broadcasting: President Clinton [28JN]        ary: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076) [18OC]
   2659) [17NO]                                                   [10JY]                                                   ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), con-
 States: clarify reimbursement for employees carrying          Deferral of Budgetary Resources: President Clinton             ference report [6DE]
                                                                  [22FE] [12SE]                                            ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), veto
   out Federal programs during Government shutdown
                                                               District of Columbia Budget Request: President Clinton         [20DE]
   (see H.R. 2733, 2784) [6DE] [14DE]
                                                                                                                           Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related
 Taxation: allow individuals to designate percentage of           [12MY] [29JN]
                                                                                                                              agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 2127) [3AU]
   tax overpayments or make contributions to units of          Public Debt Ceiling: President Clinton [13NO]
                                                                                                                           Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry inde-
   the National Park System (see H.R. 2548) [26OC]             Rescission Proposals Affecting the Depts. of Justice
                                                                                                                              pendent agencies: authorizing appropriations (H.R.
 ———allow individuals to designate percentage of                  and Transportation, and NASA: President Clinton
                                                                                                                              2099) [27JY] [28JY] [31JY] [2NO]
   their tax liability to reduce the national debt (see           [2MY]                                                    ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2099), con-
   H.R. 13) [9JA]                                              Science and Technology Report: President Clinton
                                                                                                                              ference report [29NO] [7DE]
 ———allow individuals to designate percentage of                  [29MR]                                                   ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2099), veto
   their tax overpayments to make contributions for            Veto of H.J. Res. 115, Continuing Appropriations:              [18DE]
   deficit reduction (see H.R. 1442) [6AP]                        President Clinton [14NO]                                 District of Columbia: making appropriations (H.R.
 Tax-exempt organizations: authorize receipt of Federal        Veto of H.R. 1158, Supplemental Appropriations and             2546) [9NO]
   loans, grants, or contracts to organizations engaging          Rescissions: President Clinton [7JN]                     Energy and water development: making appropriations
   in lobbying activities (see H.R. 2785) [15DE]               Veto of H.R. 1854, Legislative Branch of the Govern-           (H.R. 1905) [7SE]
 Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge: authorizing ap-           ment Appropriations: President Clinton [6OC]             Executive departments: ensure that Federal expendi-
   propriations (see H.R. 2660) [17NO]                         Veto of H.R. 1977, Dept. of the Interior and Related           tures remain accountable to the House of Representa-
 Terrorism: develop technologies to combat (see H.R.              Agencies Appropriations: President Clinton [18DE]           tives (H. Res. 57) [7FE]
   1847) [14JN]                                                Veto of H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and         Federal-State relations: reduce State and local costs
 Transportation: funding for bicycle facilities and pedes-        State and the Judiciary Appropriations: President           due to unfunded Federal mandates (H.R. 5) [30JA]
   trian walkways (see H.R. 1539) [2MY]                           Clinton [19DE]                                              [31JA] [1FE]
 ———provide off-budget treatment for certain trans-            Veto of H.R. 2099, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and           ———reduce State and local costs due to unfunded
   portation trust funds (see H.R. 842) [7FE]                     HUD, and Sundry Independent Agencies Appropria-             Federal mandates (S. 1) [1FE]
 U.N.: limit U.S. contributions (see H.R. 211) [9JA]              tions: President Clinton [18DE]                          ———reduce State and local costs due to unfunded
 Unemployment: extend emergency compensation (see              Veto of H.R. 2491, Reconciliation of the Concurrent            Federal mandates (S. 1), conference report [16MR]
   H.R. 2572) [1NO]                                               Budget Resolution: President Clinton [6DE]               Foreign operations, export financing, and related pro-
 USIA: extension of au pair programs (see H.R. 2767)           Veto of H.R. 2586, Public Debt Ceiling: President              grams: making appropriations (H.R. 1868) [28JN]
   [13DE]                                                         Clinton [13NO]                                              [11JY] [12OC]

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                                                                              INDEX                                                              APPROPRIATIONS

  ———making appropriations (H.R. 1868), conference           Rules (House) (H. Res. 235) (H. Rept. 104–271)         Consideration of H.R. 1361, Coast Guard Appropria-
    report [31OC] [15NO] [13DE]                              [29SE]                                                   tions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 139)
  House of Representatives: preserve constitutional role   Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1977,           (H. Rept. 104–111) [3MY]
    to originate revenue measures (H. Res. 131) [6AP]        Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appro-      Consideration of H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense Appro-
  House Rules: same-day consideration of certain resolu-     priations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 231)      priations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 164)
    tions (H. Res. 276) [18NO]                               (H. Rept. 104–264) [27SE]                                (H. Rept. 104–136) [8JN]
  Legislative branch of the Government: making appro-      ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 253) (H.          Consideration of H.R. 1561, American Overseas Inter-
    priations (H.R. 1854) [22JN]                             Rept. 104–304) [1NO]                                     ests Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 155)
  ———making appropriations (H.R. 1854), conference         ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 301) (H.            (H. Rept. 104–129) [22MY]
    report [6SE]                                             Rept. 104–403) [13DE]                                  ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 156) (H.
  Line-item veto (H.R. 2) [6FE]                            Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2002,           Rept. 104–130) [25MY]
  Line-item veto (S. 4) [7SE] [25OC]                         Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appro-    Consideration of H.R. 1655, Intelligence Services Ap-
  Public debt: ceiling (H.R. 2586) [9NO] [10NO]              priations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 241)      propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
  ———ceiling (H.R. 2586), veto [13NO]                        (H. Rept. 104–289) [24OC]                                216) (H. Rept. 104–241) [7SE]
  ———enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust        Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2020,         Consideration of H.R. 1788, Amtrak Reform and Pri-
    funds (H.R. 2621) [14DE]                                 Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Of-     vatization Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
Reports filed                                                fice of the President, and Independent Agencies Ap-      284) (H. Rept. 104–370) [29NO]
  Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related           propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.      Consideration of H.R. 1817, Military Construction,
    Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee of           267) (Rept. 104–338) [14NO]                              Family Housing, and Base Closure and Realignment
    Conference (H.R. 1976) (H. Rept. 104–268) [28SE]       Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2076,           Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H.
  ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.               Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judi-     Res. 167) (H. Rept. 104–140) [15JN]
    1976) (H. Rept. 104–172) [30JN]                          ciary Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House)       Consideration of H.R. 1854, Legislative Branch of the
  Amendments in Disagreement to Conference Report            (H. Res. 289) (H. Rept. 104–381) [5DE]                   Government Appropriations: Committee on Rules
    on H.R. 1868, Foreign Operations, Export Financing,    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2099,           (House) (H. Res. 169) (H. Rept. 104–146) [19JN]
    and Related Programs Appropriations: Committee on        Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry         Consideration of H.R. 1868, Foreign Operations, Ex-
    Rules (House) (H. Res. 296) (H. Rept. 104–399)           Independent Agencies Appropriations: Committee on        port Financing, and Related Programs Appropria-
    [12DE]                                                   Rules (House) (H. Res. 280) (H. Rept. 104–355)           tions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 170)
  BLM Appropriations: Committee on Resources (House)         [18NO]                                                   (H. Rept. 104–147) [20JN]
    (H.R. 1077) (H. Rept. 104–155) [22JN]                  ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 291) (H.          ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 177) (H.
  Budget Authority Rescissions: Committee on Appro-          Rept. 104–385) [6DE]                                     Rept. 104–167) [29JN]
    priations (House) (H.R. 845) (H. Rept. 104–30)         Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2126,         Consideration of H.R. 1905, Energy and Water Devel-
    [10FE]                                                   Dept. of Defense Appropriations: Committee on            opment Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House)
  CFTC Appropriations: Committee on Agriculture              Rules (House) (H. Res. 232) (H. Rept. 104–265)           (H. Res. 171) (H. Rept. 104–154) [22JN]
                                                             [27SE]                                                 Consideration of H.R. 1944, Supplemental Appropria-
    (House) (H.R. 618) (H. Rept. 104–104) [6AP]
                                                           ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 271) (H.            tions and Rescissions: Committee on Rules (House)
  Coast Guard Appropriations: Committee on Transpor-
                                                             Rept. 104–346) [15NO]                                    (H. Res. 176) (H. Rept. 104–166) [28JN]
    tation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 1361) (H.
                                                           Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2491,         Consideration of H.R. 1976, Agriculture, Rural Devel-
    Rept. 104–106) [1MY]
                                                             Reconciliation of the Concurrent Budget Resolution:      opment, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs Ap-
  Committees of the House Appropriations: Committee
                                                             Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 272) (H. Rept.       propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
    on House Oversight (House) (H. Res. 107) (H. Rept.
                                                             104–348) [16NO]                                          188) (H. Rept. 104–185) [12JY]
    104–74) [10MR]
                                                           Consideration of H. Con. Res. 17, Treatment of Social    Consideration of H.R. 1977, Dept. of the Interior and
  Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act Revi-
                                                             Security Under a Constitutional Amendment To Re-         Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on
    sion and Extension: Committee on Commerce
                                                             quire a Balanced Budget: Committee on Rules              Rules (House) (H. Res. 185) (H. Rept. 104–182)
    (House) (H.R. 1872) (H. Rept. 104–245) [14SE]
                                                             (House) (H. Res. 44) (H. Rept. 104–4) [24JA]             [11JY]
  Consideration of Conference Report on H. Con. Res.
                                                           Consideration of H. Con. Res. 67, Setting Forth the      ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 187) (H.
    67, Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1996–2002:
                                                             Federal Budget for 1996–2002: Committee on Rules         Rept. 104–184) [12JY]
    Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 175) (H. Rept.                                                              ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 189) (H.
                                                             (House) (H. Res. 149) (H. Rept. 104–125) [16MY]
    104–165) [28JN]                                                                                                   Rept. 104–186) [13JY]
                                                           Consideration of H. Con. Res. 122, Setting Forth the
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 889, Sup-                                                              Consideration of H.R. 2002, Dept. of Transportation
                                                             Federal Budget for 1996–2002: Committee on Rules
    plemental Appropriations and Rescissions To En-                                                                   and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on
                                                             (House) (H. Res. 309) (H. Rept. 104–423) [18DE]
    hance Military Readiness: Committee on Rules           Consideration of H.J. Res. 1, Constitutional Amend-        Rules (House) (H. Res. 194) (H. Rept. 104–195)
    (House) (H. Res. 129) (H. Rept. 104–102) [5AP]           ment To Require a Balanced Budget: Committee             [19JY]
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1158,           on Rules (House) (H. Res. 44) (H. Rept. 104–4)         Consideration of H.R. 2020, Dept. of the Treasury,
    Supplemental Appropriations and Rescissions: Com-        [24JA]                                                   Postal Service, Executive Office of the President,
    mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 151) (H. Rept.        Consideration of H.J. Res. 108, Continuing Appropria-      and Independent Agencies Appropriations: Com-
    104–126) [17MY]                                          tions: Committee on Rules (House) (H.J. Res. 230)        mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 190) (H. Rept.
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1530,           (H. Rept. 104–263) [27SE]                                104–190) [17JY]
    Dept. of Defense Appropriations: Committee on          Consideration of H.J. Res. 115, Continuing Appropria-    Consideration of H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Jus-
    Rules (House) (H. Res. 307) (H. Rept. 104–407)           tions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 257)          tice, and State and the Judiciary Appropriations:
    [14DE]                                                   (H. Rept. 104–326) [7NO]                                 Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 198) Rept.
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1655, In-     ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 261) (H.            104–200) [21JY]
    telligence Services Appropriations: Committee on         Rept. 104–331) [9NO]                                   Consideration of H.R. 2099, Depts. of Veterans Affairs
    Rules (House) (H. Res. 318) (H. Rept. 104–429)         Consideration of H.J. Res. 122, Continuing Appropria-      and HUD, and Sundry Independent Agencies Appro-
    [20DE]                                                   tions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 270)          priations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 201)
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1817,           (H. Rept. 104–343) [15NO]                                (H. Rept. 104–206) [25JY]
    Military Construction, Family Housing, and Base        Consideration of H.J. Res. 134, Dept. of Veterans Af-    Consideration of H.R. 2126, Dept. of Defense Appro-
    Closure and Realignment Appropriations: Committee        fairs Continuing Appropriations: Committee on Rules      priations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 205)
    on Rules (House) (H. Res. 223) (H. Rept. 104–            (House) (H. Res. 317) (H. Rept. 104–428) [20DE]          (H. Rept. 104–214) [28JY]
    251) [19SE]                                            Consideration of H.R. 5, Unfunded Mandate Reform         Consideration of H.R. 2127, Depts. of Labor, HHS,
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1854,           Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 38) (H.         and Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations:
    Legislative Branch of the Government Appropria-          Rept. 104–2) [18JA]                                      Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 208) (H. Rept.
    tions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 206)        Consideration of H.R. 655, Hydrogen Future Act: Com-       104–224) [1AU]
    (H. Rept. 104–221) [1AU]                                 mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 136) (H. Rept.        Consideration of H.R. 2405, Federal Civilian Science
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1868, For-      104–108) [1MY]                                           Activities Appropriations: Committee on Rules
    eign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Pro-    Consideration of H.R. 889, Dept. of Defense Supple-        (House) (H. Res. 234) (H. Rept. 104–270) [29SE]
    grams Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House)         mental Appropriations and Rescissions To Enhance       Consideration of H.R. 2491, Reconciliation of the Con-
    (H. Res. 249) (H. Rept. 104–298) [30OC]                  Military Readiness: Committee on Rules (House) (H.       current Budget Resolution: Committee on Rules
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1905, En-       Res. 92) (H. Rept. 104–44) [21FE]                        (House) (H. Res. 245) (H. Rept. 104–292) [25OC]
    ergy and Water Development Appropriations: Com-        Consideration of H.R. 1158, Supplemental Appropria-      Consideration of H.R. 2492, Legislative Branch of the
    mittee on Rules (H. Res. 248) (H. Rept. 104–297)         tions and Rescissions: Committee on Rules (House)        Government Appropriations: Committee on Rules
    [30OC]                                                   (H. Res. 115) (H. Rept. 104–78) [14MR]                   (House) (H. Res. 239) (H. Rept. 104–283) [19OC]
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1976, Ag-     Consideration of H.R. 1162, Deficit Reduction Lockbox    Consideration of H.R. 2546, District of Columbia Ap-
    riculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related           Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 218)            propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
    Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee on           (H. Rept. 104–243) [12SE]                                252) (H. Rept. 104–302) [31OC]

                                                                                 3261
APPROPRIATIONS                                                                INDEX
 Consideration of H.R. 2586, Public Debt Ceiling: Com-     District of Columbia Emergency Highway Relief Act:          ———Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 2491)
   mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 258) (H. Rept.            Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure               (H. Rept. 104–280) [17OC]
   104–328) [8NO]                                             (House) (H.R. 2017) (H. Rept. 104–217) [31JY]            Reduce Discretionary Spending Limits in Appropria-
 ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 262) (H.           District of Columbia Expenditure and Appropriation              tions Bills: Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R.
   Rept. 104–332) [9NO]                                       of Funds for Times When Congress Has Not Enacted             1219) (H. Rept. 104–89) [23MR]
 Consideration of H.R. 2621, Public Debt Limit En-            a Budget: Committee on Government Reform and             Repeal Transitional Authorization of Appropriations for
   forcement and Protection of Obligated Trust Funds:         Oversight (House) (H.R. 2661) (H. Rept. 104–408)             the Postal Service: Committee on Government Re-
   Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 293) (H. Rept.         [14DE]                                                       form and Oversight (House) (H.R. 1826) (H. Rept.
   104–388) [7DE]                                          Energy and Water Development Appropriations: Com-               104–174) [10JY]
 Consideration of S. 4, Legislative Line Item Veto Act        mittee of Conference (H.R. 1905) (H. Rept. 104–          Revised Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year
   and Separate Enrollment and Line Item Veto Act:            293) [26OC]                                                  1996: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.
   Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 147) (H. Rept.      ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.                    Rept. 104–266) [27SE]
   104–121) [16MY]                                            1905) (H. Rept. 104–149) [20JN]                          ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept.
 Consideration of Senate Amendments to Conference          Environmental Research, Development, and Demonstra-             104–380) [5DE]
   Report on H.R. 2491, Reconciliation of the Concur-         tion Activities Appropriations: Committee on Science     Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1996–2002: Com-
   rent Budget Resolution: Committee on Rules (House)         (House) (H.R. 1814) (H. Rept. 104–199) [21JY]                mittee of Conference (H. Con. Res. 67) (H. Rept.
   (H. Res. 279) (H. Rept. 104–354) [18NO]                 Federal Fire Prevention and Control Act Appropria-              104–159) [26JN]
 Constitutional Amendment To Require Balanced Budg-           tions: Committee on Science (House) (H.R. 1851)          ———Committee on the Budget (House) (H. Con.
   et: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.J. Res.          (H. Rept. 104–235) [4AU]                                     Res. 67) (H. Rept. 104–120) [15MY]
   1) (H. Rept. 104–3) [18JA]                              Fishery Conservation and Management Act: Committee          Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 1996:
 Deficit Reduction Lockbox Act: Committee on Rules            on Resources (House) (H.R. 39) (H. Rept. 104–171)            Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept.
   (House) (H.R. 1162) (H. Rept. 104–205) [25JY]              [30JN]                                                       104–142) [15JN]
 Dept. of Commerce Scientific Research Services and        Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Pro-      ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept.
   Facilities Appropriations: Committee on Science            grams Appropriations: Committee of Conference                104–175) [11JY]
   (House) (H.R. 1870) (H. Rept. 104–232) [4AU]               (H.R. 1866) (H. Rept. 104–295) [26OC]                    ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept.
 Dept. of Defense Appropriations: Committee of Con-        ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.                    104–197) [20JY]
   ference (H.R. 1530) (H. Rept. 104–406) [13DE]              1868) (H. Rept. 104–143) [15JN]                          Supplemental Appropriations and Rescissions: Com-
 ———Committee of Conference (H.R. 2126) (H. Rept.          House Rules Relative to Same-Day Consideration of               mittee of Conference (H.R. 1158) (H. Rept. 104–
   104–261) [25SE] (H. Rept. 104–344) [15NO]                  Certain Resolutions: Committee on Rules (House)              124) [16MY]
 ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.                 (H. Res. 260) (H. Rept. 104–330) [9NO]                   ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
   2126) (H. Rept. 104–208) [27JY]                         ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 265) (H.                 1158) (H. Rept. 104–70) [8MR]
 ———Committee on National Security (House) (H.R.              Rept. 104–335) [13NO]                                    ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
   1530) (H. Rept. 104–131) [6JN]                          ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 276) (H.                 1159) (H. Rept. 104–71) [8MR]
 Dept. of Defense Military Construction, Family Hous-         Rept. 104–352) [17NO]                                    Supplemental Appropriations and Rescissions to En-
   ing, and Base Closure and Realignment Appropria-        ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 297) (H.                 hance Military Readiness: Committee of Conference
   tions: Committee of Conference (H.R. 1817) (H.             Rept. 104–400) [12DE]                                        (H.R. 889) (H. Rept. 104–101) [5AP]
   Rept. 104–247) [14SE]                                   Intelligence Services Appropriations: Committee of          Unfunded Mandate Reform Act: Committee of Con-
 Dept. of Defense Supplemental Appropriations and Re-         Conference (H.R. 1655) (H. Rept. 104–427) [20DE]             ference (S. 1) (H. Rept. 104–76) [13MR]
   scissions To Enhance and Preserve Military Readi-       ———Committee on Government Reform and Over-                 ———Committee on Rules (House) (H.R. 5) (H. Rept.
   ness: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.            sight (House) (H.R. 1655) (H. Rept. 104–138)                 104–1) [13JA]
   889) (H. Rept. 104–29) [10FE]                              [19JY]                                                   Water Resources Research Act Appropriations: Com-
 Dept. of Energy Hydrogen Research, Development, and       ———Committee on Intelligence (House, Select) (H.R.              mittee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1743) (H. Rept.
   Demonstration Programs Authorization: Committee            1655) (H. Rept. 104–138) [14JN]                              104–242) [8SE]
   on Science (House) (H.R. 655) (H. Rept. 104–95)         International Space Station Development, Assembly,
                                                                                                                     AQUACULTURE
   [30MR]                                                     and Operation: Committee on Science (House) (H.R.      Bills and resolutions
 Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropria-        1601) (H. Rept. 104–210) [28JY]                          Fish and fishing: commercial harvesting of Atlantic
   tions: Committee of Conference (H.R. 1977) (H.          ITC Appropriations: Committee on Ways and Means
                                                                                                                           striped bass (see H.R. 393, 1139) [9JA] [6MR]
   Rept. 104–259) [21SE]                                      (House) (H.R. 1887) (H. Rept. 104–161) [27JN]            ———coordinate conservation efforts of Atlantic
 ———Committee of Conference (H.R. 1977) (H. Rept.          Legislative Branch Appropriations: Committee of Con-
                                                                                                                           striped bass (see H.R. 2655) [16NO]
   104–300) [31OC] (H. Rept. 104–402) [12DE]                  ference (H.R. 1854) (H. Rept. 104–212) [28JY]
 ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.                                                                          ———prohibitions against damaging or tampering with
                                                           ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
   1977) (H. Rept. 104–173) [30JN]                                                                                         fishing gear and fish in the exclusive economic zone
                                                              1854) (H. Rept. 104–141) [15JN]
 Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office   Line-Item Veto: Committee on Government Reform                  (see H.R. 1465) [6AP]
   of the President, and Independent Agencies Appro-                                                                   NOAA: establish aquaculture facilities and develop-
                                                              and Oversight (House) (H.R. 2) (H. Rept. 104–11)
   priations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 2020) (H.                                                                      ment programs (see H.R. 2046) [17JY]
                                                              [30JA]
                                                                                                                       Research: authorize aquaculture research under the
   Rept. 104–291) [25OC]                                   ———Committee on Rules (House) (H.R. 2) (H. Rept.
 ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.                                                                              Dept. of Agriculture (see H.R. 1205) [10MR]
                                                              104–11) [27JA] (H. Rept. 104–15) [1FE]
   2020) (H. Rept. 104–183) [12JY]                         LSC Abolishment: Committee on the Judiciary (House)       Reports filed
 Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appro-                                                                   Atlantic Striped Bass Commercial Harvesting: Com-
                                                              (H.R. 2277) (H. Rept. 104–255) [21SE]
   priations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 2002) (H.      Marine Resources Programs and National Sea Grant                mittee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1139) (H. Rept.
   Rept. 104–286) [20OC]                                      College Program Reauthorization: Committee on Re-            104–105) [1MY]
 ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.                 sources (House) (H.R. 1175) (H. Rept. 104–123)         ARAB COUNTRIES related term(s) MIDDLE EAST
   2002) (H. Rept. 104–177) [11JY]                            [16MY]                                                 Bills and resolutions
 Dept. of Veterans Affairs Appropriations for Medical      ———Committee on Science (House) (H.R. 1175) (H.             Foreign trade: impose sanctions on foreign persons ex-
   Facilities Projects and Leases: Committee on Vet-          Rept. 104–123) [11JY]                                        porting petroleum products, natural gas, or related
   erans’ Affairs (House) (H.R. 2814) (H. Rept. 104–       Medicare Savings Provisions: Committee on Commerce              technology to Iran (see H.R. 2458, 2619) [11OC]
   443) [22DE]                                                (House) (H.R. 1217) (H. Rept. 104–87) [23MR]                 [10NO]
 Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-    NASA Appropriations: Committee on Science (House)           Iraq: detention of U.S. citizens relative to illegal bor-
   ary Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R.          (H.R. 2043) (H. Rept. 104–233) [4AU]                         der-crossing incident (see H. Res. 120) [29MR]
   2076) (H. Rept. 104–378) [4DE]                          National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endow-        Israel: secondary boycott by Arab countries (see H.R.
 ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.                 ment for the Humanities and the Institute for Mu-            1193) [9MR]
   2076) (H. Rept. 104–196) [19JY]                            seum Services Appropriations: Committee on Eco-          PLO: enforce compliance with standards of inter-
 Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and Related             nomic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R.            national conduct relative to U.S. foreign aid (see
   Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Appropria-           1557) (H. Rept. 104–170) [29JN]                              H.R. 1930, 1960) [27JN] [29JN]
   tions (House) (H.R. 2127) (H. Rept. 104–209)            NOAA Appropriations: Committee on Resources               Messages
   [27JY]                                                     (House) (H.R. 1815) (H. Rept. 104–237) [29SE]            National Emergency Relative to Iran: President Clinton
 Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Inde-      ———Committee on Science (House) (H.R. 1815) (H.                 [31OC] [28NO]
   pendent Agencies Appropriations: Committee of              Rept. 104–237) [6SE]                                   ARCHEOLOGY
   Conference (H.R. 2099) (H. Rept. 104–353) [17NO]        NSF Appropriations: Committee on Science (House)          Bills and resolutions
   (H. Rept. 104–384) [6DE]                                   (H.R. 1852) (H. Rept. 104–231) [4AU]                     Chaco Culture Archeological Protection Sites: designate
 ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.              Public Debt Ceiling: Committee on Ways and Means                additional lands (see H.R. 517) [13JA]
   2099) (H. Rept. 104–201) [21JY]                            (House) (H.R. 2586) (H. Rept. 104–325) [7NO]           Reports filed
 District of Columbia Appropriations: Committee on         Reconciliation of the Concurrent Budget Resolution:         Chaco Culture Archeological Protection Sites: Com-
   Appropriations (House) (H.R. 2546) (H. Rept. 104–          Committee of Conference (H.R. 2491) (H. Rept.                mittee on Resources (House) (H.R. 517) (H. Rept.
   294) [26OC]                                                104–347) [15NO] (H. Rept. 104–350) [18NO]                    104–56) [28FE]

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                                                                                  INDEX                                                            ARMEY, RICHARD K.

ARCHER, BILL (a Representative from Texas)                     Dept. of Commerce Abolishment: Committee on Ways           FERC: extension of deadline for construction of hydro-
Appointments                                                       and Means (House) (H.R. 1756) (H. Rept. 104–260)           electric project in Arkansas (see H.R. 657) [24JA]
  Advisers to U.S. delegations to international con-               [21SE]                                                 Ozark National Scenic Riverways: protection of wild
      ferences [17JA]                                          Foreign Trade Agreements Authority to the President:           horses within boundaries (see H.R. 238) [9JA]
  Conferee: H.R. 4, Personal Responsibility Act [29SE]             Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2371)      Reports filed
  ———H.R. 483, permit Medicare select policies to                  (H. Rept. 104–285) [20OC]                              Consideration of H.R. 535, Corning National Fish
      be offered in all States [25MY]                          ITC Appropriations: Committee on Ways and Means                Hatchery Conveyance Act: Committee on Rules
  ———H.R. 831, extend tax deduction for health insur-              (House) (H.R. 1887) (H. Rept. 104–161) [27JN]              (House) (H. Res. 144) (H. Rept. 104–116) [11MY]
      ance costs of self-employed individuals and repeal       Medicare and Medicaid Coverage Data Bank Repeal:           Corning National Fish Hatchery Conveyance Act:
      nonrecognition of gain on sales and exchanges effec-         Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2685)            Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 535) (H.
      tuating FCC policies [28MR]                                  (H. Rept. 104–394) [11DE]                                  Rept. 104–34) [15FE]
  ———H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations                Medicare Reform: Committee on Ways and Means               Extension of Deadline for Construction of Hydro-
      [21SE]                                                       (House) (H.R. 2425) (H. Rept. 104–276) [17OC]              electric Project in Arkansas: Committee on Com-
  ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent               Medicare Savings Provisions: Committee on Ways and             merce (House) (H.R. 657) (H. Rept. 104–315) [7NO]
      budget resolution [30OC]                                     Means (House) (H.R. 1134) (H. Rept. 104–80)            Protection of Wild Horses Within Boundaries of the
Bills and resolutions introduced by                                [15MR]                                                     Ozark National Scenic Riverway: Committee on Re-
  Appropriations: constitutional amendment on line-item        Most-Favored-Nation Status for Bulgaria: Committee             sources (House) (H.R. 238) (H. Rept. 104–296)
      veto (see H.J. Res. 6) [9JA]                                 on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 1643) (H. Rept.            [30OC]
  Budget: constitutional amendment to require balanced
                                                                   104–162) [27JN]                                      ARLINGTON, TX
      (see H.J. Res. 7) [9JA]
                                                               Most-Favored-Nation Status for Cambodia: Committee       Bills and resolutions
  Committee on Ways and Means (House): authorizing
                                                                   on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 1642) (H. Rept.        Sports: flying of aircraft over The Ballpark in Arling-
      expenditures (see H. Res. 67) [9FE]
  Courts: judicial remedies regarding prison conditions            104–160) [27JN]                                            ton (see H.R. 948) [15FE]
                                                               Most-Favored-Nation Status for the People’s Republic     ARMED FORCES see DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
      (see H.R. 695) [26JA]
  Economy: national objectives priority assignments (see           of China: Committee on Ways and Means (House)        ARMENIA, REPUBLIC OF related term(s) COMMON-
      H.R. 9) [9JA]                                                (H.J. Res. 96) (H. Rept. 104–188) [17JY]                   WEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES
  Elections: campaign ethics reform and contribution lim-      Permit Medicare Select Policies To Be Offered in All     Bills and resolutions
      its (see H.R. 49) [9JA]                                      States: Committee on Ways and Means (House)            Genocide: anniversary (see H. Con. Res. 47) [23MR]
  Foreign trade: provide trade agreements authority to             (H.R. 483) (H. Rept. 104–79) [15MR]                    Turkey: restrict foreign and military assistance condi-
      the President (see H.R. 2371) [21SE]                     Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act:              tional to human rights standards (see H.R. 1274)
  Health care professionals: exempt physician office lab-          Committee of Conference (H.R. 4) (H. Rept. 104–            [21MR]
      oratories from clinical laboratory requirements (see         430) [20DE]                                            ———suspend proposed sale of the Army Tactical
      H.R. 1386) [4AP]                                         Public Debt Ceiling: Committee on Ways and Means               Missile System relative to human rights activities
  Immigration: curtail illegal immigration and impose a            (House) (H.R. 2586) (H. Rept. 104–325) [7NO]               and the trade embargo of Armenia (see H. Con.
      ceiling on legal immigration (see H.R. 2162) [2AU]       Public Welfare Programs Reform: Committee on Ways              Res. 124, 125) [21DE] [22DE]
  Medicare: reform (see H.R. 2425, 2485) [29SE]                    and Means (House) (H.R. 1157) (H. Rept. 104–81)      Messages
      [17OC]                                                       [15MR]                                                 Generalized System of Preferences: President Clinton
  ———reporting requirement of trust fund trustees on           Repeal Unnecessary Medical Device Reporting Re-                [6FE]
      projected financial imbalances (see H.R. 1590)               quirements: Committee on Ways and Means (House)      ARMEY, RICHARD K. (a Representative from Texas)
      [9MY]                                                        (H.R. 2366) (H. Rept. 104–323) [7NO]                 Appointments
  Public debt: ceiling (see H.R. 2586) [7NO]                   Reporting Requirements of Medicare Trust Fund Trust-       Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Shimon
  ———enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust                ees on Projected Financial Imbalances: Committee           Peres Into the House Chamber [12DE]
      funds (see H.R. 2621) [13NO]                                 on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 1590) (H. Rept.        Committee To Escort South Korean President Kim
  Public welfare programs: reform (see H.R. 1157, 1214)            104–119) [15MY]                                            Young Sam Into the House Chamber [26JY]
      [8MR] [13MR]                                             Self-Employed Health Insurance Tax Deduction and           Committee To Escort the President [24JA]
  Revenue Reconciliation Act: technical corrections (see           Nonrecognition of Gain on Sales and Exchanges Ef-      Conferee: H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent
      H.R. 1121) [3MR]                                             fectuating FCC Policies: Committee of Conference           budget resolution [30OC]
  Tariff: exempt semiconductors from country of origin             (H.R. 831) (H. Rept. 104–92) [29MR]                    House Office Building Commission [4JA]
      marking requirements (see H.R. 947) [15FE]               ———Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R.             Bills and resolutions introduced by
  Taxation: characterization of certain redemption of              831) (H. Rept. 104–32) [14FE]                          Campbell, Representative: election to the Committee
      stock held by corporations (see H.R. 1551) [3MY]         Social Security Earnings Limit Increase: Committee on          on Banking and Financial Services (House) and the
  ———extend tax deduction for health insurance costs               Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2684) (H. Rept.               Committee on International Relations (House) (see
      of self-employed individuals and repeal nonrecogni-          104–379) [4DE]                                             H. Res. 324) [27DE]
      tion of gain on sales and exchanges effectuating         State Use of Automated Data Retrieval System for           Committees of the House: majority party appointments
      FCC policies (see H.R. 831) [6FE]                            Child and Spousal Support Enforcement: Committee           (see H. Res. 157) [25MY]
  ———income exclusion limitations relative to U.S.                 on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2288) (H. Rept.        Congress: adjournment (see H. Con. Res. 72, 92)
      citizens working overseas (see H.R. 57) [9JA]                104–250) [19SE]                                            [25MY] [3AU]
  ———rates (see H.R. 1215) [13MR]                              Tax Treatment of Bad Debt Reserves of Financial Insti-     ———notify the President that a quorum has assem-
  ———treatment of bad debt reserves of savings asso-               tutions Which Are Required To Convert to Banks:            bled (see H. Res. 3) [9JA]
      ciations which are required to convert to banks (see         Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2494)        House of Representatives: audit by Inspector General
      H.R. 2494) [18OC]                                            (H. Rept. 104–324) [7NO]                                   (see H. Res. 192) [18JY]
  ———treatment of capital gains and losses on the              Tax Treatment of Individuals Benefiting From               ———funding for the Republican Steering Committee
      sale of a principal residence (see H.R. 56) [9JA]            Renouncement of Citizenship: Committee on Ways
  ———treatment of individuals benefiting from                                                                                 and the Democratic Policy Committee (see H. Res.
                                                                   and Means (House) (H.R. 1812) (H. Rept. 104–145)           9) [9JA]
      renouncement of citizenship (see H.R. 1812) [9JN]            [16JN]
  ———treatment of medical savings accounts (see H.R.                                                                      ———notify President of election of the Speaker and
                                                             Rules                                                            Clerk (see H. Res. 4) [9JA]
      1818) [13JN]                                             Committee on Ways and Means (House) [9JA]
Conference reports                                                                                                        ———transfer of certain employee positions (see H.
                                                             ARCTIC REGIONS                                                   Res. 113) [10MR]
  Extend Tax Deduction for Health Insurance Costs of
                                                             Messages                                                     ———transfer of two employees from the majority
      Self-Employed Individuals and Repeal Nonrecogni-
                                                               U.S. Arctic Research Plan: President Clinton [17JY]            whip to the majority leader (see H. Res. 10) [9JA]
      tion of Gain on Sales and Exchanges Effectuating
      FCC Policies (H.R. 831) [29MR]                         ARIZONA                                                      House Rules: reform the House of Representatives (see
  Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act           Bills and resolutions                                            H. Res. 6) [9JA]
      (H.R. 4) [21DE]                                          Walnut Canyon National Monument: boundaries (see           Schaefer, Representative: election to the Committee on
Motions offered by                                                 H.R. 562) [18JA]                                           the Budget (House) (see H. Res. 89) [16FE]
  Public debt: ceiling (H.R. 2586) [10NO]                    Reports filed                                                Senate: notify that a quorum of the House of Rep-
  ———ceiling (H.R. 2586), veto [13NO]                          Walnut Canyon National Monument Boundaries: Com-               resentatives is present and of the election of the
  Public welfare programs: reform (H.R. 4) [22MR]                  mittee on Resources (House) (H.R. 562) (H. Rept.           Speaker and Clerk (see H. Res. 2) [9JA]
Reports filed                                                      104–60) [28FE]                                         Taxation: establish flat tax rates for individuals and
  Atlantic Tunas Convention Act Reauthorization: Com-        ARKANSAS                                                         businesses (see H.R. 2060) [19JY]
      mittee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 541) (H.        Bills and resolutions                                      Motions offered by
      Rept. 104–109) [27JN]                                    Corning National Fish Hatchery: conveyance (see H.R.       Committee on Government Reform and Oversight
  Contract With America Tax Relief Act: Committee                  535, 583) [17JA] [19JA]                                    (House): use of forged documents at a Subcommittee
      on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 1215) (H. Rept.          ———conveyance (H.R. 535), consideration (see H.                on National Economic Growth, Natural Resources
      104–84) [21MR]                                               Res. 144) [11MY]                                           and Regulatory Affairs hearing (H. Res. 244) [25OC]

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ARMEY, RICHARD K.                                                                    INDEX
  Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry inde-          Appropriations: authorizing for the National Endow-          ATTORNEY ACCOUNTABILITY ACT
      pendent agencies: authorizing appropriations (H.R.            ment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the        Bills and resolutions
      2099) [28JY]                                                  Humanities and the Institute for Museum Services           Enact (see H.R. 988) [16FE]
  Executive departments: ensure that Federal expendi-               (see H.R. 1557) [3MY]                                      Enact (H.R. 988): consideration (see H. Res. 104)
      tures remain accountable to the House of Representa-      Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of                   [3MR]
      tives (H. Res. 57) [7FE]                                      grounds for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey           Motions
  Gingrich, Representative: status of Committee on                  Circus anniversary commemoration (see H. Con.              Enact (H.R. 988) [7MR]
      Standards of Official Conduct (House) ethics inves-           Res. 34) [8MR]                                           Reports filed
      tigation and appointment of independent counsel (H.       Commission on Women’s Art in the U.S. Capitol: es-             Consideration of H.R. 988, Provisions: Committee on
      Res. 277) [17NO]                                              tablish (see H. Con. Res. 128) [22DE]                          Rules (House) (H. Res. 104) (H. Rept. 104–66)
  ———status of Committee on Standards of Official               Copyrights: duration of protection (see H.R. 989)                  [3MR]
      Conduct (House) ethics investigation and appoint-             [16FE]                                                     Provisions: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.
      ment of independent counsel (H. Res. 288) [30NO]          Motion pictures: identification of author for purposes             988) (H. Rept. 104–62) [1MR]
ARMS CONTROL                                                        of noneconomic interests (see H.R. 1244) [15MR]          AUNG SAN SUU KYI
Bills and resolutions                                           ———require disclosures of materially altered films           Bills and resolutions
  Arms sales: congressional notification requirement of             (see H.R. 1248) [15MR]                                     Burma: restore democratic rule (see H. Res. 274)
      sales to Saudi Arabia relative to outstanding com-        National Council on the Humanities: abolish (see H.R.              [17NO]
      mercial disputes (see H.R. 1243) [15MR]                       209, 579) [9JA] [19JA]                                   AURA (vessel)
                                                                National Endowment for the Arts: abolish (see H.R.
  ———prohibit sales to foreign countries relative to                                                                         Bills and resolutions
                                                                    209, 579) [9JA] [19JA]                                     Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 1382) [3AP]
      relationship and recognition of sovereignty of Israel
                                                                National Film Preservation Board: reauthorization (see
      (see H.R. 1189) [9MR]                                                                                                  AUTOMOBILES see MOTOR VEHICLES
                                                                    H.R. 1734) [25MY]
  France: actions relative to moratorium on testing of          National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities           AVIATION
      nuclear weapons (see H. Con. Res. 80; H. Res. 174)            Act: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 100) [9JA]     Bills and resolutions
      [27JN] [30JN]                                             Screen Actors Guild: contributions by members to a             Aircraft: exemption from customs fees for certain small
  Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of: nuclear weap-             private, self-sustaining endowment for the arts (see           aircraft traveling short distances (see H.R. 604)
      ons proliferation (see H.J. Res. 83, 85; H. Con.              H. Con. Res. 70) [18MY]                                        [20JA]
      Res. 19) [25JA] [30MR]                                    Taxation: treatment of business meal and entertainment         ———restriction on the use of certain special purpose
  Military assistance: prohibit to governments that are             expenses (see H.R. 408, 662, 974, 2734) [9JA]                  aircraft (see H.R. 1320) [24MR]
      undemocratic, engaged in armed aggression, or in              [24JA] [16FE] [6DE]                                        Airlines: percentage of voting interests of air carriers
      violation of human rights or arms control standards       Television: prohibit pay-per-view charges for entertain-           required to be owned or controlled by U.S. citizens
      (see H.R. 772) [1FE]                                          ment events that receive public financial support (see         (see H.R. 951) [15FE]
  Nuclear weapons: institute worldwide disarmament and              H.R. 934) [14FE]                                           ———prohibit smoking on all flights (see H.R. 969)
      reallocation of economic resources (see H.R. 1647)      Messages                                                             [15FE]
      [16MY]                                                    National Endowment for the Arts: President Clinton             ———require use of child safety restraint systems (see
  ———reduction (see H.R. 1511) [7AP]                                [6AP]                                                          H.R. 1309) [23MR]
  Russia: requirements relative to economic assistance          National Endowment for the Humanities: President               Airports: air cargo jetport funding (see H.R. 2449)
      (see H.R. 1418) [5AP]                                         Clinton [9FE]                                                  [29SE]
  Saudi Arabia: congressional notification requirement        Reports filed                                                    Arlington, TX: flying of aircraft over The Ballpark
      for arms sales relative to outstanding commercial         National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endow-               in Arlington (see H.R. 948) [15FE]
      disputes (see H.R. 1596) [9MY]                                ment for the Humanities and the Institute for Mu-          Budget: treatment of receipts and disbursements of
  Treaties and agreements: withdrawal from the Anti-                seum Services Appropriations: Committee on Eco-                Federal trust funds (see H.R. 564) [18JA]
      ballistic Missile Treaty (see H.R. 2483) [17OC]               nomic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R.          Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of
Messages                                                            1557) (H. Rept. 104–170) [29JN]                                grounds for display of RAH–66 Comanche helicopter
  National Emergency Relative to Proliferation of Weap-       ASHEVILLE, NC                                                        (see H. Con. Res. 74) [13JN]
      ons of Mass Destruction: President Clinton [16FE]       Bills and resolutions                                            Commercial aviation: repeal increase in applicable
      [18MY] [8NO]                                              Veach-Baley Federal Complex: designate (see H.R.                   transportation fuels tax (see H.R. 752, 874) [31JA]
  Nuclear Proliferation: President Clinton [7JN]                    2504) [18OC]                                                   [9FE]
  Proposed Agreement for Cooperation Between the U.S.         Reports filed                                                    Common carriers: eliminate preemployment alcohol
      and South Africa Concerning Peaceful Uses of Nu-          Veach-Baley Federal Complex: Committee on Trans-                   testing in the mass transit, railroad, motor carrier,
      clear Energy: President Clinton [29SE]                        portation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 2504) (H.           and aviation industries (see H.R. 1827) [13JN]
  U.S.-Bulgarian Nuclear Weapons Proliferation Agree-               Rept. 104–416) [19DE]                                      Dallas Love Field Airport: remove air carrier departure
      ment: President Clinton [4AU]                           ASIA                                                                 and destination restrictions (see H.R. 774) [1FE]
ARMS SALES                                                    Bills and resolutions                                            Dayton Aviation Heritage Preservation Act: amend (see
Bills and resolutions                                           Foreign policy: support peace and stability in the South           H.R. 606) [20JA]
  Bosnia and Herzegovina: lift U.S. arms embargo (see               China Sea (see H. Res. 114) [10MR]                         Dept. of Defense: B–2 stealth bomber development
      H.R. 1172) [8MR]                                        ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK                                               (see H.R. 2625) [13NO]
  ———lift U.S. arms embargo (S. 21), consideration            Bills and resolutions                                            ———grant recognition for meritorious service to avi-
      (see H. Res. 204) [28JY]                                  Foreign aid: authorizing contributions to International
                                                                                                                                   ators who meet the qualification standards of the
  Foreign policy: prohibit sales to foreign countries rel-          Development Association, Asian Development Bank,
                                                                                                                                   Air Forces Escape and Evasion Society (see H. Res.
      ative to relationship and recognition of sovereignty          and the IMF (see H.R. 1667) [18MY]
                                                                                                                                   37) [17JA]
      of Israel (see H.R. 1189) [9MR]                         ASPINWALL, PA                                                    ———reduce size of operational support aircraft fleet
  Saudi Arabia: congressional notification requirement        Bills and resolutions
                                                                H. John Heinz III Dept. of Veterans Affairs Nursing                (see H.R. 1973) [30JN]
      for arms sales relative to outstanding commercial                                                                        ———terminate C–17 Airlifter Program and use non-
      disputes (see H.R. 1596) [9MY]                                Care Center: designate (see H.R. 2760) [12DE]
                                                                                                                                   developmental aircrafts to meet strategic airlift re-
  ———congressional notification requirement of sales          ATLANTA, GA
                                                              Bills and resolutions                                                quirements (see H.R. 703) [26JA]
      relative to outstanding commercial disputes (see H.R.                                                                    EPA: remove New Hanover County, NC, airport burn
                                                                Barnard, Doug, Jr.: mint coins in commemoration of
      1243) [15MR]                                                                                                                 pit from the Superfund national priorities list (see
                                                                    1996 Atlanta Olympic games (see H.R. 2336) [14SE]
  Turkey: suspend proposed sale of the Army Tactical                                                                               H.R. 1902) [20JN]
      Missile System relative to human rights activities      ATLANTIC STRIPED BASS CONSERVATION ACT
                                                              Bills and resolutions                                            FAA: certification of airports serving commuter airlines
      and the trade embargo of Armenia (see H. Con.             Fish and fishing: commercial harvesting of Atlantic                (see H.R. 1545) [2MY]
      Res. 124, 125) [21DE] [22DE]                                  striped bass (see H.R. 393, 1139) [9JA] [6MR]              ———establish as an independent agency (see H.R.
Messages                                                                                                                           589, 1392, 2276) [19JA] [4AP] [7SE]
                                                              ATLANTIC TUNAS CONVENTION ACT
  Middle East Peace Process: President Clinton [27JY]                                                                          ———transfer air traffic services to separate corporate
                                                              Bills and resolutions
Reports filed                                                   Reauthorize (see H.R. 541) [17JA]                                  entity (see H.R. 1441) [6AP]
  Consideration of S. 21, Bosnia and Herzegovina Self-        Reports filed                                                    ———transfer Eastern Regional Office to Union Coun-
      Defense Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.          Reauthorization: Committee on Resources (House)                    ty, NJ (see H.R. 2832) [22DE]
      204) (H. Rept. 104–213) [28JY]                                (H.R. 541) (H. Rept. 104–109) [1MY]                        Federal employees: provide that services performed by
ARMY see DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE                                  ———Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R.                       air traffic supervisors and managers be creditable
ARTS AND HUMANITIES related term(s) LIT-                            541) (H. Rept. 104–109) [27JN]                                 for retirement purposes (see H.R. 1777) [7JN]
      ERATURE; MUSIC AND DANCE                                ATOMIC ENERGY see NUCLEAR ENERGY                                 FTC: regulation of air carrier advertising (see H.R.
Bills and resolutions                                         ATOMIC ENERGY ACT                                                    545) [17JA]
  American Cultural Trust Fund: establish (see H.R.           Messages                                                         Great Lakes International Air Cargo Superport: con-
      1520) [7AP]                                               Report: President Clinton [9MR]                                    struction funding (see H.R. 2448) [29SE]

                                                                                        3264
                                                                                      INDEX                                                                             BARR, BOB

  Hawaii: regulation of airspace over National Park Sys-         Serna, Marcelino: posthumous awarding of Medal of              ———limit rate of growth (see H.R. 1110) [2MR]
      tem lands (see H.R. 1369) [30MR]                               Honor (see H.R. 670) [25JA]                              BALANCED BUDGET/SPENDING LIMITATION
  Members of Congress: ensure public awareness of                Sinatra, Francis A.: award congressional gold medal                ACT
      Members’ parking facilities throughout the Metro-              (see H.R. 1921, 2310) [22JN] [12SE]                      Bills and resolutions
      politan Washington Airports Authority (see H.R.            Vincent, Strong: posthumous awarding of Medal of               Enact (see H.R. 1131) [3MR]
      706) [26JA]                                                    Honor (see H.R. 1326) [28MR]                             BALDACCI, JOHN (a Representative from Maine)
  Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority: abolish            World War II: replacement of certain lost, damaged,          Bills and resolutions introduced by
      the Board of Review (see H.R. 775, 1036, 1101)                 or destroyed American Theater Campaign Ribbons             House of Representatives: adjournment relative to
      [1FE] [24FE] [1MR]                                             (see H.R. 1759) [7JN]                                          budget impasse (see H. Res. 278) [17NO]
  ———reorganize and establish local review of pro-             BABS (vessel)                                                  BALLENGER, CASS (a Representative from North
      posals affecting noise pollution (see H.R. 836) [6FE]    Bills and resolutions                                                Carolina)
  National Park System: regulation of airspace over park         Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 2048) [17JY]          Appointments
      lands (see H.R. 1954) [28JN]                             BACHUS, SPENCER (a Representative from Alabama)                  Mexico-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [3MY]
  Noise pollution: management and reduction (see H.R.          Bills and resolutions introduced by                            Bills and resolutions introduced by
      1971) [29JN]                                               Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: improve administra-        Davis-Bacon Act: repeal (see H.R. 500) [13JA]
  ———restrictions and requirements on aircraft oper-                 tion (see H.R. 1711) [25MY]                                Employment: provide compensatory time for all em-
      ations at metropolitan airports (see H.R. 506) [13JA]      Money: require congressional approval for certain uses             ployees (see H.R. 2391) [21SE]
  Pakistan: transfer of F–16 aircraft and associated parts           of the exchange stabilization fund (see H.R. 2177)         ERISA: promote and improve employee stock owner-
      and equipment (see H.R. 1397) [5AP]                            [3AU]                                                          ship plans (see H.R. 2741) [7DE]
  Pilots: develop information system on, and investiga-        BAESLER, SCOTTY (a Representative from Kentucky)                 Occupational Safety and Health Act: amend (see H.R.
      tion of pilot aptitude (see H.R. 2758, 2772) [12DE]      Bills and resolutions introduced by                                  1834) [14JN]
      [13DE]                                                     Rural areas: study feasibility of establishing and train-    BALTIMORE, MD
  Railway Labor Act: applicability to U.S. air carriers              ing regional and county rural development boards         Bills and resolutions
      and flight crews during operations outside the U.S.            and councils (see H.R. 813) [3FE]                          Helen Delich Bentley Building: designate (see H.R.
      (see H.R. 1210) [10MR]                                     Tobacco products: establish Federal authority to regu-             2062) [19JY]
  Safety: air carrier safety (see H.R. 590) [19JA]                   late tobacco and other nicotine containing products
                                                                                                                              BANGLADESH, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF
  Tariff: civil aircraft (see H.R. 1712) [25MY]                      (see H.R. 2414) [28SE]                                   Bills and resolutions
  Taxation: apply rehabilitation credit to historic ships,     BAKER, BILL (a Representative from California)                   Democracy: efforts (see H. Con. Res. 86) [24JY]
      aircrafts, and other vessels (see H.R. 2054) [18JY]      Bills and resolutions introduced by
  ———business deduction for air travel (see H.R. 283)                                                                         BANKRUPTCY
                                                                 Health: equal coverage for all children enrolled in
      [9JA]                                                                                                                   Bills and resolutions
                                                                     health care plans under a family class of enrollment
  ———excise exemption for air transportation relative                                                                           Business and industry: payment of claims for retiree
                                                                     (see H.R. 1012) [22FE]
      to medical care (see H.R. 635) [23JA]                                                                                         health insurance (see H.R. 318) [9JA]
                                                                 Taxation: treatment of businesses with employees
  Transportation: permit tax-exempt financing of certain                                                                        Courts: appointment of bankruptcy judges (see H.R.
                                                                     working in their home or in telecommuting centers
      transportation facilities (see H.R. 1790) [8JN]                                                                               2604) [9NO]
                                                                     (see H.R. 1316) [24MR]
  ———provide off-budget treatment for certain trans-                                                                            ———debts relative to death or injury caused by debt-
                                                                 ———treatment of homemakers’ individual retirement
      portation trust funds (see H.R. 842) [7FE]                                                                                    or’s operation of watercraft while intoxicated (see
                                                                     accounts (see H.R. 1040) [24FE]
  ———regulation of interstate transportation by com-             Telecommunications: repeal cable television must-carry             H.R. 234) [9JA]
      mon carriers engaged in civil aviation (see H.R.                                                                          Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: improve administra-
                                                                     provisions (see H.R. 525) [17JA]
      2403) [27SE]                                                                                                                  tion (see H.R. 1711) [25MY]
                                                               BAKER, HOWARD H., JR. (a former Senator from                     Real estate: define single asset real estate (see H.R.
  U.S. Navy Blue Angels: mint coins in commemoration                 Tennessee)
      of 50th anniversary (see H.R. 1828) [13JN]                                                                                    2815) [20DE]
                                                               Reports filed
  William J. Hughes Technical Center, Pomona, NJ: des-                                                                        Reports filed
                                                                 Howard H. Baker, Jr., U.S. Courthouse, Knoxville, TN:
                                                                                                                                Debts Relative to Death or Injury Caused by Debtor’s
      ignate (see H.R. 1373) [30MR]                                  Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
Reports filed                                                                                                                       Operation of Watercraft While Intoxicated: Com-
                                                                     (House) (H.R. 2547) (H. Rept. 104–417) [19DE]
  Dayton Aviation Heritage Preservation Act Amend-                                                                                  mittee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 234) (H. Rept.
                                                               BAKER, RICHARD H. (a Representative from Lou-                        104–356) [20NO]
      ments: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 606)               isiana)
      (H. Rept. 104–58) [28FE]                                                                                                BANKS see FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
                                                               Bills and resolutions introduced by
AWARDS, MEDALS, PRIZES                                           Disasters: prevent overpricing of goods (see H.R. 976)       BARCIA, JAMES A. (a Representative from Michigan)
Bills and resolutions                                                [16FE]                                                   Bills and resolutions introduced by
  American Revolution: authorize the awarding of the             Federal Home Loan Bank System: reform and mod-                 Crime: require States to address the problem of violent
      Medal of Honor to the unknown Vermonter who                    ernize (see H.R. 1487) [7AP]                                   crimes committed by repeat offenders (see H. Con.
      served and died in the Continental Army (see H.R.          Financial institutions: increase competition in the finan-         Res. 105) [29SE]
      1964) [29JN]                                                   cial services sector (see H.R. 814) [3FE]                  Iosco, MI: release of reversionary interest in certain
  Armed Forces: award Purple Heart to individuals killed         Firearms: eliminate the administrative authority to pro-           lands held by the Federal Government (see H.R.
      or wounded due to friendly fire during peacekeeping            hibit transfer or sale of certain assault weapons (see         2670) [20NO]
      activities (see H.R. 1376) [3AP]                               H.R. 793) [2FE]                                            Taxation: simplify the assessment and collection of
  Congressional Award Board: revise and extend authori-          Government regulations: analysis on the impact on                  the excise tax on arrows (see H.R. 59) [9JA]
      ties (see H.R. 2396) [25SE]                                    small businesses and State and local government (see     BARLOON, WILLIAM
  Dept. of Defense: grant recognition for meritorious                H.R. 58) [9JA]                                           Bills and resolutions
      service to aviators who meet the qualification stand-      Medicaid: nonemergency medical transportation serv-            Iraq: detention of U.S. citizens relative to illegal bor-
      ards of the Air Forces Escape and Evasion Society              ices (see H.R. 975) [16FE]                                     der-crossing incident (see H. Res. 120) [29MR]
      (see H. Res. 37) [17JA]                                    REA: improve loan program (see H.R. 1913) [22JN]             BARNARD, DOUG, JR.
  Federal employees: establish a program for incentive           Taxation: deduction for health insurance costs of self-      Bills and resolutions
      awards for suggestions or efforts resulting in savings         employed individuals, incentives for medical practice      Coins: mint in commemoration of 1996 Atlanta Olym-
      for the Government (see H.R. 271) [9JA]                        in rural areas, and creation of medical savings ac-            pic games (see H.R. 2336) [14SE]
  Graham, Billy and Ruth: award congressional gold                   counts (see H.R. 2051) [18JY]                            BARNEGAT BAY, NJ
      medal (see H.R. 2657) [17NO]                               ———treatment of interest paid on educational loans           Bills and resolutions
  Lobbyists: prohibit recipients of awards, grants, and              and withdrawals from retirement plans for higher           National Estuary Program: eligibility for priority con-
      contracts from lobbying for their continuation (see            education expenses (see H.R. 2050) [18JY]                      sideration (see H.R. 679) [25JA]
      H.R. 1130) [3MR]                                         BAKER CITY, OR                                                 BARR, BOB (a Representative from Georgia)
  Miller, Doris: posthumous awarding of Medal of Honor         Bills and resolutions                                          Appointments
      (see H.R. 1677) [18MY]                                     David J. Wheeler Federal Building: designate (see H.R.         Conferee: S. 652, Telecommunications Competition and
  Navy Combat Action Ribbon: retroactive awarding to                 2061) [19JY]                                                   Deregulation Act [12OC]
      certain individuals (see H.R. 895) [10FE]                Reports filed                                                  Bills and resolutions introduced by
  Organ donors: establish congressional commemorative            David J. Wheeler Federal Building: Committee on                Barnard, Doug, Jr.: mint coins in commemoration of
      medal (see H.R. 2551) [26OC]                                   Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R.                1996 Atlanta Olympic games (see H.R. 2336) [14SE]
  POW: authorize the awarding of the Purple Heart to                 2061) (H. Rept. 104–412) [19DE]                            Crime: increase penalties for armed violent criminals
      individuals who were POW before certain date (see        BALANCED BUDGET AND EMERGENCY DEF-                                   (see H.R. 1488) [7AP]
      H.R. 1458) [6AP]                                               ICIT CONTROL ACT                                           ———sexual exploitation of children (see H.R. 1240)
  Rascon, Alfred: award Medal of Honor (see H.R. 2663)         Bills and resolutions                                                [15MR]
      [17NO]                                                     Budget: extend and reduce discretionary spending lim-          Financial institutions: provide State credit union rep-
  Rivers, Ruben: posthumous awarding of Medal of                     its and extend pay-as-you-go requirements (see H.R.            resentation on the National Credit Union Administra-
      Honor (see H.R. 2228) [4AU]                                    2459) [11OC]                                                   tion Board (see H.R. 1998) [10JY]

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BARR, BOB                                                                             INDEX
  States: expedite review of criminal records of appli-          Health: approval of the Sensor Pad medical device            BENTON, IL
      cants for security officer employment (see H.R.                to aid in breast self-examination (see H.R. 2752)        Bills and resolutions
      2092) [21JY]                                                   [7DE]                                                      James L. Foreman U.S. Courthouse: designate (see
BARRETT, BILL (a Representative from Nebraska)                   Medicaid: osteopathic services (see H.R. 1791) [8JN]               H.R. 2689) [29NO]
Bills and resolutions introduced by                              Small business: liability requirements for remediation       Reports filed
  Motor vehicles: remove limitations on maximum driv-                of dry cleaning solvents (see H.R. 2522) [24OC]            James L. Foreman U.S. Courthouse: Committee on
      ing and on-duty time of utility vehicle operators        BASS, CHARLES (a Representative from New Hamp-                       Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R.
      and drivers (see H.R. 2144) [31JY]                             shire)                                                         2689) (H. Rept. 104–410) [19DE]
  Nebraska: Lost Creek flood control project costs rel-        Appointments                                                   BENTSEN, KEN (a Representative from Texas)
      ative to judgment funds (see H.R. 1071) [28FE]             Conferee: H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations         Bills and resolutions introduced by
  North Platte National Wildlife Refuge: boundary ad-                [21SE]                                                     Budget: balance (see H.R. 567) [19JA]
      justment (see H.R. 2679) [28NO]                          Bills and resolutions introduced by                            BEREUTER, DOUG (a Representative from Nebraska)
  Taxation: special estate tax valuation relative to cash        Northern Forest Lands Council: implement rec-                Appointments
      rentals of farmland (see H.R. 501) [13JA]                      ommendations (see H.R. 2421) [28SE]                        Committee To Escort South Korean President Kim
BARRETT, THOMAS M. (a Representative from Wis-                   SSI: require periodic reapplication and modify adminis-            Young Sam Into the House Chamber [26JY]
      consin)                                                        trative criteria relative to mental impairments (see       Conferee: H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations
Bills and resolutions introduced by                                  H.R. 1974) [30JN]                                              [21SE]
  Budget: identification and control of tax expenditures         Taxation: allow corporations to elect the pooling meth-        North Atlantic Assembly [15FE]
      (see H.R. 1387) [4AP]                                          od for determining foreign tax credits (see H.R.           United Kingdom-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [28SE]
  Business and industry: use of community development                2355) [19SE]                                             Bills and resolutions introduced by
      block grant funds for employment relocation activi-      BATEMAN, HERBERT H. (a Representative from Vir-                  Agriculture: clarify prevented planting rule relative to
      ties (see H.R. 463) [11JA]                                     ginia)                                                         crop acreage bases (see H.R. 2298) [12SE]
  Employment: improve employment and training assist-          Appointments                                                     ———transportation of farm commodities and supplies
      ance for dislocated workers (see H.R. 1422) [6AP]          Conferee: H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations               (see H.R. 526) [17JA]
  House of Representatives: official travel requirements             [21SE]                                                     China, People’s Republic of: U.S. policy (see H.R.
      (see H.R. 1222; H. Res. 15) [9JA] [14MR]                   North Atlantic Assembly [15FE]                                     2053, 2058) [18JY] [19JY]
  Small business: increase deductions for health insur-        Bills and resolutions introduced by                              Clean Air Act: treatment of motorcycles (see H.R.
      ance costs of self-employed individuals (see H.R.          Colonial National Historical Park: improve manage-                 2299) [12SE]
      76) [9JA]                                                      ment (see H.R. 466) [11JA]                                 Conservation of natural resources: extend the Conserva-
  Taxation: treatment of adoption expenses (see H.R.             Firefighters: exempt firefighters and rescue squad                 tion Reserve Program and the Wetlands Reserve Pro-
      1819) [13JN]                                                   workers from certain Fair Labor Standards Act pro-             gram (see H.R. 67) [9JA]
BARTLETT, ROSCOE G. (a Representative from                           visions relative to volunteer work in a professional       Credit: disclosures by consumer reporting agencies to
      Maryland)                                                      capacity (see H.R. 94) [9JA]                                   the FBI for counterintelligence purposes (see H.R.
Bills and resolutions introduced by                              George Washington Boyhood Home Foundation: pres-                   68) [9JA]
  Dept. of Energy: establish Laboratory Facilities Com-              ervation of Ferry Farm (see H.R. 652) [24JA]               Financial institutions: reform regulatory process and
      mission (see H.R. 87) [9JA]                                Taxation: treatment of qualified historic properties rel-          paperwork requirements (see H.R. 1362) [30MR]
  Education: eliminate opportunity-to-learn standards (see           ative to estate taxes (see H.R. 1945) [28JN]               Foreign policy: encourage North-South dialogue on Ko-
      H.R. 977) [16FE]                                         BEACHES related term(s) COASTAL ZONES                                rean Peninsula (see H.J. Res. 83) [30MR]
  Elections: examine costs, benefits, and impact on voter      Bills and resolutions                                            Foreign trade: improve export promotion activities (see
      turnout of changing the deadline for filing Federal        Disasters: ensure Federal assistance eligibility for cer-          H.R. 2300) [12SE]
      income tax returns to election day (see H.R. 86)               tain nonprofit facilities open to the public (see H.R.     Housing: guarantee the repayment of loans made by
      [9JA]                                                          664) [24JA]                                                    private lenders for costs of certain rural rental hous-
  Firearms: protect and enforce the right to obtain and          Florida: protect coastal resources by prohibiting off-             ing (see H.R. 66) [9JA]
      use firearms for security, self-defense, and other le-         shore oil and gas activities and canceling certain         ———minimum property standard requirements rel-
      gitimate purposes (see H.R. 78) [9JA]                          Federal leases (see H.R. 73) [9JA]                             ative to water treatment for certain properties with
  ———repeal ban on assault weapons and large capac-            BEAVER COUNTY, PA                                                    federally insured mortgages (see H.R. 69) [9JA]
      ity ammunition feeding devices (see H.R. 464, 698)       Bills and resolutions                                            Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of: nuclear weap-
      [11JA] [26JA]                                              Hopewell Township, PA: transfer lands to Beaver                    ons proliferation (see H.J. Res. 83) [30MR]
  House of Representatives: return of excess amounts                 County Corp. for Economic Development (see H.R.            Mongolia: anniversary of democratic elections (see H.
      from official allowances to the Treasury for deficit           308) [9JA]                                                     Res. 158) [25MY]
      reduction (see H.R. 77) [9JA]                            Reports filed                                                  BERMAN, HOWARD L. (a Representative from Cali-
  Members of Congress: adjust basic pay relative to de-          Hopewell Township, PA, Land Transfer to Beaver                     fornia)
      gree of success in deficit reduction (see H.R. 2771)           County Corp. for Economic Development: Com-              Appointments
      [13DE]                                                         mittee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House)        Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Shimon
  National Education Standards and Improvement Coun-
                                                                     (H.R. 308) (H. Rept. 104–372) [30NO]                           Peres Into the House Chamber [12DE]
      cil: abolish (see H.R. 977) [16FE]                                                                                        Committee To Escort South Korean President Kim
  Small business: increase deductions for health insur-        BECERRA, XAVIER (a Representative from Cali-
                                                                     fornia)                                                        Young Sam Into the House Chamber [26JY]
      ance costs of self-employed individuals (see H.R.
                                                               Appointments                                                     Conferee: H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal Standards
      696) [26JA]
                                                                 Committee To Escort South Korean President Kim                     Reform Act [9NO]
BARTON, JOE (a Representative from Texas)                                                                                       ———H.R. 1655, intelligence services appropriations
                                                                     Young Sam Into the House Chamber [26JY]
Appointments                                                                                                                        [17OC]
  Conferee: H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent        BEILENSON, ANTHONY C. (a Representative from
                                                                     California)                                                ———S. 652, Telecommunications Competition and
      budget resolution [30OC]                                                                                                      Deregulation Act [12OC]
  ———S. 440, National Highway System designation               Appointments
                                                                 Conferee: H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations         Bills and resolutions introduced by
      [29SE]
                                                                     [21SE]                                                     Disasters: extend duty drawback filing period for busi-
  ———S. 652, Telecommunications Competition and
                                                                 ———S. 4, Separate Enrollment and Line Item Veto                    nesses (see H.R. 527) [17JA]
      Deregulation Act [12OC]
                                                                     Act [7SE]                                                  Immigration: reform admission policies, treatment of
Bills and resolutions introduced by
  Amtrak: establish limitations on wage continuation and       Bills and resolutions introduced by                                  criminal aliens and alien smuggling, documentation
      severance benefits for employees displaced by a dis-       Citizenship: constitutional amendment restricting citi-            requirements, and border security (see H.R. 1929)
      continuance of service (see H.R. 832) [6FE]                    zenship by virtue of birth in U.S. (see H.J. Res.              [27JN]
  Arlington, TX: flying of aircraft over The Ballpark                56) [19JA]                                                 Taxation: allow casualty loss deduction for disaster
      in Arlington (see H.R. 948) [15FE]                         Immigration: enforcement of employer sanctions law                 losses (see H.R. 433) [9JA]
  Budget: constitutional amendment to require balanced               (see H.R. 570) [19JA]                                    BEULA LEE (vessel)
      (see H.J. Res. 1) [9JA]                                    ———separate administration of the INS and Border             Bills and resolutions
  ———reform process (see H.R. 2599) [8NO]                            Patrol (see H.R. 569) [19JA]                               Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 1343) [28MR]
  Community service: redefine block grant eligible enti-         Motor vehicles: improve impact standards for bumpers         BEVILL, TOM (a Representative from Alabama)
      ties (see H.R. 2460) [11OC]                                    (see H.R. 1928) [27JN]                                   Appointments
  Congress: constitutional amendment to require a three-         Population: stabilization of world population through          Conferee: H.R. 1158, supplemental appropriations and
      fifths majority on the passage of legislation increas-         reproductive choice (see H.R. 2052) [18JY]                     rescissions [2MY]
      ing revenue (see H.J. Res. 106) [2AU]                    BELLE FOURCHE, SD                                                ———H.R. 1905, energy and water development ap-
  Federal employees: allow furloughed employees to             Bills and resolutions                                                propriations [7SE]
      work voluntarily during a Government shutdown (see         Public lands: conveyance of land at the radar bomb             ———H.R. 1977, Dept. of the Interior and related
      H.R. 2667, 2769) [19NO] [13DE]                                 scoring site (see H.R. 2680) [28NO]                            agencies appropriations [8SE]

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Motions offered by                                                ———permit concurrent receipt of military retired pay          Prohibit Partial-Birth Abortions: Committee on the Ju-
  Energy and water development: making appropriations                 with service-connected disability benefits (see H.R.          diciary (House) (H.R. 1833) (H. Rept. 104–267)
      (H.R. 1905) [7SE]                                               65, 303) [9JA]                                                [27SE]
BEWILDERED (vessel)                                               ———revise effective dates for discontinuance of com-        BIRTH DEFECTS PREVENTION ACT
Bills and resolutions                                                 pensation and pension benefits (see H.R. 109) [9JA]     Bills and resolutions
  Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 1394) [4AP]            Conference reports                                              Enact (see H.R. 1010) [22FE]
BIG DAD (vessel)                                                  Permit Medicare Select Policies To Be Offered in All        BLACK LUNG BENEFITS ACT
Bills and resolutions                                                 States (H.R. 483) [22JN]                                Bills and resolutions
  Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 1156) [7MR]            Motions offered by                                              Health: pneumoconiosis claims (see H.R. 615) [20JA]
BILBRAY, BRIAN P. (a Representative from Cali-                    Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act: re-               Improve (see H.R. 754) [31JA]
      fornia)                                                         vise and extend (H.R. 1872) [18SE]                      BLACKS see AFRICAN AMERICANS
Bills and resolutions introduced by                             BIOLOGICAL WEAPONS related term(s) WEAPONS                    BLILEY, THOMAS J., JR. (a Representative from Vir-
  Air pollution: conduct study of certain cross-border          Bills and resolutions
                                                                                                                                    ginia)
      sources (see H.R. 2637) [15NO]                              Iraq: compliance with U.N. arms control and human
                                                                                                                              Appointments
  Citizenship: status of children born in U.S. to parents             rights resolutions (see H. Res. 200) [24JY]               Conferee: H.R. 483, permit Medicare select policies
      who are not citizens or permanent resident aliens         Messages
                                                                  National Emergency Relative to Proliferation of Weap-             to be offered in all States [25MY]
      (see H.R. 1363) [30MR]                                                                                                    ———H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal Standards Re-
  EPA: rescind implementation plan for the South Coast,               ons of Mass Destruction: President Clinton [16FE]
                                                                                                                                    form Act [9NO]
      Ventura, and Sacramento areas of California (see                [18MY] [8NO]
                                                                                                                                ———H.R. 1058, Securities Litigation Reform Act
      H.R. 1025) [23FE]                                         BIPARTISAN COMMISSION ON THE FUTURE OF                              [24OC]
  Labeling: repeal requirement for saccharin notice (see              MEDICARE                                                  ———H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations
      H.R. 1787) [8JN]                                          Bills and resolutions
                                                                                                                                    [21SE]
  San Bernardino County, CA: land conveyance for ra-              Establish (see H.R. 1739) [25MY]
                                                                                                                                ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent
      dioactive waste disposal facility (see H.R. 2334)         BIRDS related term(s) NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGES;                    budget resolution [30OC]
      [14SE]                                                          WILDLIFE                                                  ———S. 395, sale of Alaska Power Administration
  Ships and vessels: limit State authority to regulate cer-     Bills and resolutions
                                                                                                                                    hydroelectric projects and export of Alaska North
      tain activities (see H.R. 116) [9JA]                        Agriculture: incentives for land owners to provide habi-
                                                                                                                                    Slope crude oil [25JY]
  Water: modify bottled drinking water standards (see                 tat for endangered species (see H.R. 2284) [7SE]
                                                                                                                                ———S. 440, National Highway System designation
      H.R. 2601) [9NO]                                            ———use of humane methods in the slaughter of poul-
                                                                                                                                    [29SE]
  ———regard certain municipal treatment facilities as                 try (see H.R. 264) [9JA]
                                                                                                                                ———S. 641, Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emer-
      the equivalent of secondary treatment (see H.R. 794,        Endangered species: designation of critical habitat areas
                                                                                                                                    gency Act reauthorization [7DE]
      1943) [2FE] [28JN]                                              and national wildlife refuges (see H.R. 2253) [4AU]
                                                                                                                                ———S. 652, Telecommunications Competition and
BILIRAKIS, MICHAEL (a Representative from Flor-                   ———protect private property rights relative to eco-
                                                                                                                                    Deregulation Act [12OC]
      ida)                                                            nomic losses from critical habitat designations (see
                                                                                                                                North Atlantic Assembly [15FE]
Appointments                                                          H.R. 490) [11JA]
                                                                                                                              Bills and resolutions introduced by
  Conferee: H.R. 483, permit Medicare select policies             ———protection (see H.R. 2374) [21SE]
                                                                                                                                Committee on Commerce (House): authorizing expend-
      to be offered in all States [25MY]                          Endangered Species Act: determination of threatened
                                                                                                                                    itures (see H. Res. 70) [9FE]
  ———H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations                       species relative to reauthorization (see H.R. 571)
                                                                                                                                FCC: competitive bidding in granting licenses and per-
      [21SE]                                                          [19JA]
                                                                                                                                    mits (see H.R. 1218) [13MR]
  ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent                  ———reauthorize (see H.R. 2275, 2444) [7SE] [29SE]
                                                                                                                                Government regulations: cumulative cost/benefit ac-
      budget resolution [30OC]                                    Wilderness areas: improve the management of land
                                                                                                                                    counting statement for regulatory programs (see H.R.
  ———S. 440, National Highway System designation                      and water for fish and wildlife purposes (see H.R.
                                                                                                                                    1636) [15MY]
      [29SE]                                                          1141) [6MR]
  ———S. 641, Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emer-                 Reports filed                                                   Information services: ensure competitive availability of
      gency Act reauthorization [7DE]                             Management of Wilderness Land and Water for Fish                  consumer electronics devices affording access to
Bills and resolutions introduced by                                   and Wildlife Purposes: Committee on National Secu-            telecommunications services (see H.R. 1275) [21MR]
  Armed Forces: provide benefits under the survivor ben-              rity (House) (H.R. 1141) (H. Rept. 104–107) [6JN]         Insurance: compliance by sellers and underwriters with
      efit plan to surviving spouses of certain retired mem-      ———Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1141)                     State consumer protection requirements (see H.R.
      bers (see H.R. 107) [9JA]                                       (H. Rept. 104–107) [1MY]                                      1317) [24MR]
  Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act: re-               BIRTH CONTROL                                                   Madison, James: mint coins in commemoration of
      vise and extend (see H.R. 1872) [16JN]                    Bills and resolutions                                               250th anniversary of birth (see H.R. 1684) [23MY]
  Dept. of Veterans Affairs: outpatient medical services          Abortion: constitutional amendment on right to life (see      Medicare: amend certain provisions (see H.R. 25)
      for former POW (see H.R. 468) [11JA]                            H.J. Res. 18, 23, 26, 72, 90) [9JA] [1MR] [23MY]              [9JA]
  Employment: tax credit for the hiring of displaced              ———prevent governmental discrimination against                ———extend certain savings provisions (see H.R.
      homemakers (see H.R. 110) [9JA]                                 health care providers who refuse to perform or pro-           1217) [13MR]
  Major League Baseball: application of antitrust laws                vide training in performing abortions (see H.R. 1932)     Pesticides: definition and regulation of the minor use
      (see H.R. 106) [9JA]                                            [27JN]                                                        of pesticides (see H.R. 1627) [12MY]
  ———application of antitrust laws relative to certain            ———prohibit partial-birth abortions (see H.R. 1833)           Securities: reform Federal litigation procedures (see
      television contracts (see H.R. 105) [9JA]                       [14JN]                                                        H.R. 1058) [27FE]
  Members of Congress: provide a permanent appropria-             ———prohibit partial-birth abortions (H.R. 1833), con-         Telecommunications: promote competition and reduce
      tion for compensation (see H.R. 108) [9JA]                      sideration (see H. Res. 251) [31OC]                           regulation (see H.R. 1555) [3MY]
  Pensions: exclude the Civil Service Retirement and              ———protection of reproductive rights and access to            U.S. Enrichment Corp.: privatization (see H.R. 1216)
      Disability Fund from the Federal budget (see H.R.               reproductive health care clinics (see H.R. 1952)              [13MR]
      103) [9JA]                                                      [28JN]                                                    Virginia: improve National Park System (see H.R.
  Public welfare programs: prohibit financial assistance          Civil Rights Act: availability of information on repro-           1091) [1MR]
      to persons delinquent in child support payments (see            ductive health services at federally or State funded    Motions offered by
      H.R. 104) [9JA]                                                 family planning clinics (see H.R. 641) [23JA]             Telecommunications: reform policies regulating com-
  Refuse disposal: exempt pesticide rinse water degrada-          Courts: modify jurisdiction of Federal courts relative            petition (S. 652) [12OC]
      tion systems from subtitle C permit requirements                to abortion (see H.R. 1624, 1958) [12MY] [29JN]         Reports filed
      (see H.R. 102) [9JA]                                        Human life: definition from conception (see H.R. 2087)        Clarify Exemptions From Securities and Antitrust Laws
  Taxation: allow tax credit to businesses who employ                 [20JY]                                                        Relative to Charitable Gift Annuities: Committee on
      members of the National Guard or Ready Reserve              Human rights: protect the right to life of born and               Commerce (House) (H.R. 2519) (H. Rept. 104–333)
      (see H.R. 471, 1531, 1532) [11JA] [2MY]                         unborn persons (see H.R. 1625) [12MY]                         [10NO]
  Turkey: protection and continued livelihood of the              Population: stabilization of world population through         Communications Act: Committee on Commerce
      Eastern Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarchate (see H.                reproductive choice (see H.R. 2052) [18JY]                    (House) (H.R. 1555) (H. Rept. 104–204) [24JY]
      Con. Res. 50) [28MR]                                        Public Health Service: terminate family planning pro-         Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act Revi-
  Veterans: dependency and indemnity compensation                     grams (see H.R. 1623) [12MY]                                  sion and Extension: Committee on Commerce
      benefits relative to remarriage of surviving spouses        Women: availability of information on reproductive                (House) (H.R. 1872) (H. Rept. 104–245) [14SE]
      (see H.R. 469) [11JA]                                           health services (see H. Res. 118) [16MR]                  Congressional Consent to the Texas Low-Level Radio-
  ———exempt organizations from regulations prohib-                ———protection of reproductive rights (see H.R. 776)               active Waste Disposal Compact: Committee on Com-
      iting the solicitation of contributions on postal prop-         [1FE]                                                         merce (House) (H.R. 558) (H. Rept. 104–148)
      erty (see H.R. 467) [11JA]                                Reports filed                                                       [20JN]
  ———minimum survivor annuities for surviving                     Consideration of H.R. 1833, Prohibit Partial-Birth            Extension of Deadline for Construction of Hydro-
      spouses who remain unmarried (see H.R. 1090)                    Abortions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.                electric Project in Arkansas: Committee on Com-
      [1MR]                                                           251) (H. Rept. 104–301) [31OC]                                merce (House) (H.R. 657) (H. Rept. 104–315) [7NO]

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BLILEY, THOMAS J., JR.                                                           INDEX
  Extension of Deadline for Construction of Hydro-           Fall River Harbor: deauthorize a feature of navigation       Foreign operations, export financing, and related pro-
      electric Project in New Jersey: Committee on Com-          project (see H.R. 1304) [23MR]                               grams: making appropriations (H.R. 1868) [28JN]
      merce (House) (H.R. 1366) (H. Rept. 104–322)           House of Representatives: official mail allowance (see       House Rules: reform the House of Representatives (H.
      [7NO]                                                      H.R. 978) [16FE]                                             Res. 6), consideration (H. Res. 5) [4JA]
  Extension of Deadline for Construction of Hydro-           Housing: prevent persons with drug or alcohol prob-        BONO, SONNY (a Representative from California)
      electric Project in Ohio: Committee on Commerce            lems from occupying units in housing projects for      Bills and resolutions introduced by
      (House) (H.R. 1011) (H. Rept. 104–317) [7NO]               elderly families (see H.R. 117) [9JA]                    Agriculture: labeling of imported perishable agricultural
  Extension of Deadline for Construction of Hydro-           Public welfare programs: eliminate benefits relative to          commodities (see H.R. 2602) [9NO]
      electric Project in Oregon: Committee on Commerce          probation and parole violators and fugitive felons       Courts: State referendum challenges (see H.R. 1170)
      (House) (H.R. 1290) (H. Rept. 104–320) [7NO]               (see H.R. 118) [9JA]                                         [8MR]
  Extension of Deadline for Construction of Hydro-         BOATS see SHIPS AND VESSELS                                    Federal employees: prevent payment of furloughed em-
      electric Project in Washington: Committee on Com-    BOEHLERT, SHERWOOD L. (a Representative from                       ployees during Government shutdown (see H.R.
      merce (House) (H.R. 1014) (H. Rept. 104–318)               New York)                                                    2759) [12DE]
      [7NO]                                                Appointments                                                   Surplus Government property: provide authority for the
  Extension of Deadline for Construction of Hydro-           North Atlantic Assembly [15FE]                                   transfer of Dept. of Defense equipment to law en-
      electric Project in West Virginia: Committee on      BOEHNER, JOHN A. (a Representative from Ohio)                      forcement agencies (see H.R. 2495) [18OC]
      Commerce (House) (H.R. 1051) (H. Rept. 104–319)      Appointments                                                 BOOKS see LITERATURE
      [7NO]                                                  Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Shimon          BORSKI, ROBERT A. (a Representative from Pennsyl-
  ———Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 1335)                   Peres Into the House Chamber [12DE]                          vania)
      (H. Rept. 104–321) [7NO]                               Committee To Escort South Korean President Kim             Appointments
  FCC Competitive Bidding in Granting Licenses and               Young Sam Into the House Chamber [26JY]                  Conferee: S. 440, National Highway System designa-
      Permits: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R.           Committee To Escort the President [24JA]                         tion [11OC]
      1218) (H. Rept. 104–88) [23MR]                         Conferee: H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent      BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA
  Federally Supported Health Centers Assistance Act:             budget resolution [30OC]                               Bills and resolutions
      Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 1747) (H.        Bills and resolutions introduced by                            Armed Forces: encourage an extra place setting at holi-
      Rept. 104–398) [12DE]                                  Committees of the House: majority party appointments             day season tables as a reminder of U.S. peacekeeping
  Financial Services Competitiveness Act: Committee on           (see H. Res. 11) [9JA]                                       forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina (see H. Res. 315)
      Commerce (House) (H.R. 1062) (H. Rept. 104–127)        House of Representatives: election of officers (see H.           [19DE]
      [22JN]                                                     Res. 1) [9JA]                                            Civil war: require congressional approval prior to U.S.
  Hydroelectric Power Licenses Extension: Committee on       Laughlin, Representative: election to Committee on               military intervention (see H.R. 2550, 2606, 2770)
      Commerce (House) (H.R. 680) (H. Rept. 104–316)             Ways and Means (House) (see H. Res. 183) [10JY]              [26OC] [9NO] [13DE]
      [7NO]                                                  Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act: repeal (see         ———require congressional approval prior to U.S.
  Job Creation and Wage Enhancement Act: Committee               H.R. 669) [25JA]                                             military intervention (H.R. 2606), consideration (see
      on Commerce (House) (H.R. 9) (H. Rept. 104–33)         Tauzin, Representative: election to the Committees on            H. Res. 273) [16NO]
      [15FE]                                                     Commerce and Resources (see H. Res. 217) [12SE]          ———require congressional approval prior to U.S.
  Medicare Reform: Committee on Commerce (House)             Taxation: exclude Social Security tax from certain self-         military intervention (H.R. 2770), consideration (see
      (H.R. 2425) (H. Rept. 104–276) [17OC]                      employment income received by insurance salesmen             H. Res. 304) [13DE]
  Medicare Savings Provisions: Committee on Commerce             after retirement (see H.R. 2004) [11JY]                  ———U.S. military enforcement of peace agreement
      (House) (H.R. 1217) (H. Rept. 104–87) [23MR]         Rules                                                              between Serbian, Croatian, and Muslim forces (see
  Natural Gas and Hazardous Liquid Pipeline Safety:          Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities              H. Con. Res. 118; H. Res. 295, 298, 302) [6DE]
      Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 1323) (H.              (House) [6FE]                                                [12DE] [13DE]
      Rept. 104–110) [6JN]                                   Committee on the Judiciary (House) [6FE]                     ———U.S. military enforcement of peace agreement
  Nuclear Waste Policy Act Amendments: Committee           BOEING CO.                                                         between Serbian, Croatian, and Muslim forces (H.
      on Commerce (House) (H.R. 1020) (H. Rept. 104–       Bills and resolutions                                              Res. 302), consideration (see H. Res. 304) [13DE]
      254) [20SE]                                            Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of             ———U.S. military intervention (see H.R. 2417; H.
  Permit Medicare Select Policies To Be Offered in All           grounds for display of RAH–66 Comanche helicopter            Res. 247, 305, 306) [28SE] [30OC] [13DE]
      States: Committee of Conference (H.R. 483) (H.                                                                      ———U.S. military intervention (H. Res. 306), consid-
                                                                 (see H. Con. Res. 74) [13JN]
      Rept. 104–157) [22JN]                                                                                                   eration (see H. Res. 304) [13DE]
                                                           BOMBINGS see TERRORISM                                         Committee To Oversee the Conduct of Operation Joint
  ———Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 483)              BONILLA, HENRY (a Representative from Texas)
      (H. Rept. 104–79) [6AP]                                                                                                 Endeavor/Task Force Eagle (Joint): establish (see
                                                           Appointments                                                       H.J. Res. 135; H. Con. Res. 126) [20DE] [22DE]
  Private Securities Litigation Reform Act: Committee        Conferee: H.R. 889, Dept. of Defense supplemental
      of Conference (H.R. 1058) (H. Rept. 104–369)                                                                        Foreign policy: lift U.S. arms embargo (see H.R. 1172)
                                                                 appropriations and rescissions to enhance military           [8MR]
      [28NO]                                                     readiness [28MR]
  Product Liability Reform: Committee on Commerce                                                                         ———lift U.S. arms embargo (S. 21), consideration
                                                             ———H.R. 2126, Dept. of Defense appropriations                    (see H. Res. 204) [28JY]
      (House) (H.R. 10) (H. Rept. 104–50) [24FE]                 [13SE] [14SE] [18OC]
  ———Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 917)                                                                             International law: investigation of war crimes (see H.
                                                             ———H.R. 2546, District of Columbia appropriations                Res. 282) [20NO]
      (H. Rept. 104–63) [1MR]                                    [9NO]                                                    Taxation: treatment of Armed Forces members per-
  Reduction of Work-Related Vehicle Trips in Ozone         Bills and resolutions introduced by                                forming services in Bosnia and Herzegovina (see
      Nonattainment Areas: Committee on Commerce             Claude W. Brown Post Office Building, McCamey,                   H.R. 2837) [22DE]
      (House) (H.R. 325) (H. Rept. 104–387) [6DE]                TX: designate (see H.R. 1489) [7AP]                      ———treatment of military income derived from serv-
  Repeal Unnecessary Medical Device Reporting Re-            Endangered Species Act: determination of threatened              ices performed during a contingency operation (see
      quirements: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R.            species relative to reauthorization (see H.R. 571)           H.R. 2778) [14DE]
      2366) (H. Rept. 104–323) [7NO]                             [19JA]                                                 Messages
  Require Federal Agencies To Differentiate Between Or-      Government: ensure stoppage of payment for the Presi-        National Emergency Relative to Serbia and Monte-
      ganic Oils and Petroleum Based Oils: Committee             dent, Vice President, and Members of Congress dur-           negro: President Clinton [10MY] [18JY] [11DE]
      on Commerce (House) (H.R. 436) (H. Rept. 104–              ing Government shutdown (see H.R. 2373) [21SE]               [27DE]
      262) [27SE]                                          BONIOR, DAVID E. (a Representative from Michigan)              Ordering of Armed Forces Selected Reserve to Active
  Saccharin Notice Requirement Repeal: Committee on        Appointments                                                       Duty: President Clinton [11DE]
      Commerce (House) (H.R. 1787) (H. Rept. 104–386)        Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Shimon          Reports filed
      [6DE]                                                      Peres Into the House Chamber [12DE]                      Consideration of H. Res. 302, U.S. Military Enforce-
  U.S. Enrichment Corp. Privatization: Committee on          Committee To Escort South Korean President Kim                   ment of Peace Agreement Between Serbian, Cro-
      Commerce (House) (H.R. 1216) (H. Rept. 104–86)             Young Sam Into the House Chamber [26JY]                      atian, and Muslim Forces in Bosnia and
      [23MR]                                                 Committee To Escort the President [24JA]                         Herzegovina: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
Rules                                                        Conferee: H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent            304) (H. Rept. 104–405) [13DE]
  Committee on Commerce (House) [25JA]                           budget resolution [30OC]                                 Consideration of H. Res. 306, U.S. Military Interven-
BLIND see DISABLED                                         Bills and resolutions introduced by                                tion in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Committee on Rules
BLUTE, PETER (a Representative from Massachusetts)           Armenia: anniversary of genocide (see H. Con. Res.               (House) (H. Res. 304) (H. Rept. 104–405) [13DE]
Appointments                                                     47) [23MR]                                               Consideration of H.R. 2606, Congressional Approval
  Conferee: S. 4, Separate Enrollment and Line Item          Gilbraltar (vessel): certificate of documentation (see           Prior to U.S. Military Intervention in Bosnia and
      Veto Act [7SE]                                             H.R. 1286) [21MR]                                            Herzegovina: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
Bills and resolutions introduced by                        Motions offered by                                                 273) (H. Rept. 104–349) [16NO]
  Elections: contribution limitations for multicandidate     Federal Water Pollution Control Act: amend (H.R. 961)        Consideration of H.R. 2770, Congressional Approval
      political committees (see H.R. 2638) [15NO]                [16MY]                                                       Prior to U.S. Military Intervention in Bosnia and

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      Herzegovina: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.         BROWN, GEORGE E., JR. (a Representative from                   Bills and resolutions introduced by
      304) (H. Rept. 104–405) [13DE]                                 California)                                                Congress: reform lobbying disclosure and gift rules
  Consideration of S. 21, Bosnia and Herzegovina Self-         Appointments                                                         (see H.R. 2261) [6SE]
      Defense Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.           Conferee: H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations           ———reform lobbying disclosure and gift rules (H.R.
      204) (H. Rept. 104–213) [28JY]                                 [21SE]                                                         2261), consideration (see H. Res. 242) [24OC]
BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA SELF-DEFENSE                              ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent                 Ecology and environment: strengthen protection of na-
      ACT                                                            budget resolution [31OC]                                       tive biodiversity and place restraints on clearcutting
Bills and resolutions                                          Bills and resolutions introduced by                                  of forests (see H.R. 2407) [27SE]
  Enact (see H.R. 1172) [8MR]                                    Angeles National Forest: extend authority for land pur-        House Rules: ban on the acceptance of gifts and lob-
  Enact (S. 21): consideration (see H. Res. 204) [28JY]              chases (see H.R. 1223) [14MR]                                  byist-sponsored perks (see H. Res. 40) [19JA]
Reports filed                                                    Animals: prohibit interstate commerce relative to exotic       ———ban on the acceptance of gifts and lobbyist-
  Consideration of S. 21, Provisions: Committee on                   animals (see H.R. 1202) [10MR]                                 sponsored perks (H. Res. 40), consideration (see H.
      Rules (House) (H. Res. 204) (H. Rept. 104–213)             Food: meat and poultry inspection programs (see H.R.               Res. 127) [3AP]
      [28JY]                                                         1423) [6AP]                                                Legislative branch of the Government: making appro-
BOSTON, MA                                                       NASA: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 2059)                   priations (H.R. 1854), corrections in enrollment (see
Bills and resolutions                                                [19JY]                                                         H. Con. Res. 99) [6SE]
  Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area: estab-       BROWN, SHERROD (a Representative from Ohio)                      Lobbyists: reform disclosure of lobbying activities to
      lish (see H.R. 2763) [12DE]                              Appointments                                                         influence the Federal Government (see H.R. 119)
BOUCHER, RICK (a Representative from Virginia)                   Conferee: S. 440, National Highway System designa-                 [9JA]
Appointments                                                         tion [29SE]                                                Motion pictures: identification of author for purposes
  Conferee: S. 652, Telecommunications Competition and           ———S. 652, Telecommunications Competition and                      of noneconomic interests (see H.R. 1244) [15MR]
                                                                     Deregulation Act [12OC]                                  Motions offered by
      Deregulation Act [12OC]
                                                               Bills and resolutions introduced by                              Flag—U.S.: constitutional amendment to prohibit dese-
  Minority objectors for the private calendar [2NO]
                                                                 Consumer Price Index: calculation (see H. Res. 45)                 cration (H.J. Res. 79) [28JN]
Bills and resolutions introduced by
  Flag—U.S.: prohibit desecration (see H.R. 1873)                    [26JA]                                                   BUDGET—U.S.
      [16JN]                                                     Economy: promote revitalization through Federal assist-      Appointments
                                                                     ance for cleanup of abandoned or contaminated prop-        Conferees: H. Con. Res. 67, setting forth the Federal
BREWSTER, BILL K. (a Representative from Okla-
                                                                     erties (see H.R. 2178) [3AU]                                   budget for 1996–2002 [8JN]
      homa)                                                                                                                     ———H.R. 1158, supplemental appropriations and re-
Bills and resolutions introduced by                              Health care professionals: licensing of home infusion
                                                                     therapy service providers and limitations on physi-            scissions [2MY]
  House of Representatives: reduction of section                                                                                ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent
      602(b)(1) suballocations relative to floor amendments          cian referrals (see H.R. 1579) [9MY]
                                                                                                                                    budget resolution [30OC] [31OC] [2NO] [13NO]
      for appropriation bills (see H. Res. 191) [17JY]           House of Representatives: require that excess amounts
                                                                                                                                ———S. 4, Separate Enrollment and Line Item Veto
  Pharmaceuticals: guarantee practice of pharmacy                    from Members’ official allowances be applied to
                                                                                                                                    Act [7SE]
      compounding and ensure supply of bulk drug prod-               deficit reduction (see H.R. 572) [19JA]
                                                                                                                              Bills and resolutions
      ucts (see H.R. 598) [20JA]                                 India: free and fair elections in Jammu and Kashmir            Appropriations: balance budget through spending re-
  Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge: transfer manage-              (see H. Con. Res. 57) [5AP]                                    duction (see H. Con. Res. 71) [23MY]
      ment to Oklahoma (see H.R. 1112) [2MR]                     Medicare: permit a supplier of durable medical equip-          ———constitutional amendment on line-item veto (see
BRIDGES related term(s) ROADS AND HIGHWAYS                           ment to furnish an upgraded item of such equipment             H.J. Res. 4, 6, 17, 43, 46, 47, 59) [9JA] [19JA]
Bills and resolutions                                                to Medicare beneficiaries (see H.R. 1754) [7JN]            ———establish a budget reserve account for emer-
  Niagara Falls Bridge Commission: grant audit authority         ———protection of beneficiaries relative to enrollment              gencies (see H.R. 1245) [15MR]
      to GAO (see H.R. 2368) [20SE]                                  in managed care plans and health maintenance orga-         ———extend and reduce discretionary spending limits
  ———grant audit authority to New York State Comp-                   nizations (see H.R. 2329) [14SE]                               and extend pay-as-you-go requirements (see H.R.
      troller’s office (see H.R. 2293) [8SE]                     Taxation: treatment of certain interest on automobile              2459) [11OC]
  Public works: provide incentives for the creation of               loans (see H.R. 1957) [29JN]                               ———extend discretionary spending limits (see H.R.
      jobs and restoration of infrastructure (see H.R. 1591)   BROWNBACK, SAM (a Representative from Kansas)                        2295) [8SE]
      [9MY]                                                    Appointments                                                     ———line-item veto (see H.R. 2, 27, 128) [9JA]
  Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge Authority: establish            Mexico-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [3MY]                     ———line-item veto (H.R. 2), consideration (see H.
      (see H.R. 2170) [2AU]                                    Bills and resolutions introduced by                                  Res. 55) [1FE]
BROADCASTING see RADIO; TELEVISION                               Dept. of HUD: abolish (see H.R. 2198) [4AU]                    ———line-item veto (S. 4), application to 1996 appro-
BROKEN PROMISE (vessel)                                        BRUNSWICK COUNTY, NC                                                 priations bills (see H. Res. 212) [4AU]
Bills and resolutions                                          Bills and resolutions                                            ———line-item veto (S. 4), consideration (see H. Res.
  Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 2721) [5DE]             Lockwoods Folly River: environmental restoration                   147) [16MY]
BROOKHAVEN, NY                                                       project in the eastern channel (see H.R. 1393) [4AP]       ———making continuing (see H.J. Res. 108, 115, 116,
Bills and resolutions                                          BRYAN, ALBERT V.                                                     118, 119, 120, 122, 123, 125, 126, 131, 133, 136,
  Dept. of Veterans Affairs: establish ambulatory care         Bills and resolutions                                                137) [27SE] [7NO] [10NO] [14NO] [15NO] [17NO]
      facility (see H.R. 2831) [22DE]                            Albert V. Bryan U.S. Courthouse, Alexandria, VA: des-              [18NO] [13DE] [18DE] [22DE]
                                                                     ignate (see H.R. 2305) [12SE]                              ———making continuing (H.J. Res. 108), consider-
BROOKLINE, MA
                                                               Reports filed                                                        ation (see H. Res. 230) [27SE]
Bills and resolutions
                                                                 Albert V. Bryan U.S. Courthouse, Alexandria, VA:               ———making continuing (H.J. Res. 115), consider-
  Abortion: killings at abortion clinics in Brookline, MA
                                                                     Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure                 ation (see H. Res. 257, 261) [7NO] [9NO]
      (see H. Con. Res. 13) [9JA]                                                                                               ———making continuing (H.J. Res. 122), consider-
BROWDER, GLEN (a Representative from Alabama)                        (House) (S. 965) (H. Rept. 104–420) [19DE]
                                                                                                                                    ation (see H. Res. 270) [15NO]
Appointments                                                   BRYANT, ED (a Representative from Tennessee)                     ———reduce discretionary spending limits (see H.R.
  Conferee: H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations         Appointments                                                         1219) [13MR]
      [21SE]                                                     Conferee: H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal Standards               ———require an operating and a capital budget to
Bills and resolutions introduced by                                  Reform Act [9NO]                                               distinguish between Federal funds and trust funds
  Chemical weapons: transportation of munitions (see           Bills and resolutions introduced by                                  (see H.R. 767, 1233) [1FE] [14MR]
      H.R. 1123) [3MR]                                           Correctional institutions: criminal penalties for escaping     ———rescind certain budget authority (see H.R. 845)
  Chemicals: management of Chemical Stockpile Emer-                  from Federal prison (see H.R. 1533) [2MY]                      [7FE]
      gency Preparedness Program (see H.R. 979) [16FE]           Crime: sexual exploitation of children (see H.R. 1240)         Balance (see H.R. 567, 822, 823, 1131, 1516, 1923)
  Government: ensure stoppage of payment for the Presi-              [15MR]                                                         [19JA] [3FE] [3MR] [7AP] [22JN]
      dent, Vice President, and Members of Congress dur-         Taxation: deny deductions for personal income taxes            Capital Budget Commission: establish (see H.R. 1302)
      ing Government shutdown (see H.R. 2671) [20NO]                 paid to a State or locality which taxes non-residents          [22MR]
  Members of Congress: annuity computation (see H.R.                 for income derived from certain Federal areas (see         CBO: use economic assumptions to achieve a balanced
      907) [13FE]                                                    H.R. 1792) [8JN]                                               Federal budget (see H.J. Res. 132) [18DE]
  Talladega National Forest: modify boundaries (see H.R.       BRYANT, JOHN (a Representative from Texas)                       Congress: constitutional amendment to require a three-
      1874) [16JN]                                             Appointments                                                         fifths majority on the passage of legislation increas-
  Taxation: rate reductions relative to projected budget         Conferee: H.R. 1058, Securities Litigation Reform Act              ing revenue (see H.J. Res. 51, 106) [11JA] [2AU]
      deficit targets (see H.R. 1160) [8MR]                          [24OC]                                                     ———establish 2-year budget cycle (see H.R. 766)
BROWN, CLAUDE W.                                                 ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent                     [1FE]
Bills and resolutions                                                budget resolution [13NO]                                   Congressional Budget Act: establish a point of order
  Claude W. Brown Post Office Building, McCamey,                 ———S. 652, Telecommunications Competition and                      against certain continuing resolutions (see H.R.
      TX: designate (see H.R. 1489) [7AP]                            Deregulation Act [12OC]                                        2197) [4AU]

                                                                                         3269
BUDGET—U.S.                                                                      INDEX
 Constitutional amendments: balance (see H.J. Res. 1,       ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-               Public debt: ceiling (see H.R. 2409, 2586) [27SE]
   7, 15, 20, 21, 22, 28, 31, 35, 37, 45, 46, 49, 53,          sions (H.R. 1158), consideration of conference report          [7NO]
   55, 57, 58, 60, 62, 74) [9JA] [11JA] [18JA] [19JA]          (see H. Res. 151) [17MY]                                     ———ceiling (H.R. 2409), consideration (see H. Res.
   [23JA] [3MR]                                             ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-                 292) [6DE]
 ———balance (H.J. Res. 1), consideration (see H. Res.          sions (H.R. 1944), consideration (see H. Res. 176)           ———ceiling (H.R. 2586), consideration (see H. Res.
   33, 44) [11JA] [24JA]                                       [28JN]                                                         258, 262) [8NO] [9NO]
 ———require two-thirds vote of both Houses of Con-          ———require detailed information on spending choices             ———constitutional amendment to restrict annual defi-
   gress if outlays exceed revenues (see H.J. Res. 9)          (see H.R. 1109) [2MR]                                          cits (see H.J. Res. 40) [9JA]
   [9JA]                                                    ———require Federal agencies to apply value engi-                ———enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust
 ———treatment of Social Security under a balanced              neering (see H.R. 719) [27JA]                                  funds (see H.R. 2621) [13NO]
   budget requirement (see H. Con. Res. 17) [23JA]          ———treatment of receipts and disbursements of Fed-              ———enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust
 ———treatment of Social Security under a balanced              eral trust funds (see H.R. 564) [18JA]                         funds (H.R. 2621), consideration (see H. Res. 293)
   budget requirement (H. Con. Res. 17), consideration      Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund: reduce tax (see H.R.               [7DE]
   (see H. Res. 44) [24JA]                                     1138) [6MR]                                                  ———establish a deficit reduction trust fund and re-
 Deficit (see H. Res. 94) [23FE]                            Health care programs: combat waste, fraud and abuse               duce discretionary spending limits (see H.R. 1162)
 Dept. of Commerce: abolish (see H.R. 1756) [7JN]              (see H.R. 2326) [13SE]                                         [8MR]
 Dept. of Defense: terminate certain programs (see H.R.     House of Representatives: adjournment relative to               ———establish a deficit reduction trust fund and re-
   1673) [18MY]                                                budget impasse (see H. Res. 278) [17NO]                        duce discretionary spending limits (H.R. 1162), con-
 Dept. of Energy: abolish (see H.R. 1993) [30JN]            House Rules: consideration of legislative branch appro-           sideration (see H. Res. 218) [12SE]
 ———reduce funding and scope of the stockpile stew-            priations relative to the status of all other appropria-     Rescissions: consideration of budget authority rescis-
   ardship program (see H.R. 1672) [18MY]                      tions legislation (see H. Res. 213) [6SE]                      sion proposals (see H.R. 678) [25JA]
 ———reduce funding for the nuclear energy research          ———require floor amendments to appropriations bills             Social Security: budget treatment of trust funds (see
   and development activities (see H.R. 1674) [18MY]           be reflected in budget accounting (see H. Res. 182)            H.R. 2628) [14NO]
 Dept. of Veterans Affairs: making continuing appro-           [30JN]                                                       ———ensure integrity of trust funds (see H.R. 164,
   priations (see H.J. Res. 134) [20DE]                     ———same-day consideration of certain resolutions                  491) [9JA] [11JA]
 ———making continuing appropriations (H.J. Res.                (see H. Res. 260, 265, 276, 297) [9NO] [13NO]                ———off-budget status of administrative costs (see
   134), consideration (see H. Res. 317) [20DE]                [17NO] [12DE]                                                  H.R. 1676) [18MY]
 District of Columbia: expenditure and appropriation of     ———statutory limit on the public debt (see H. Res.              Space policy: Space Station Program funding (see H.R.
   funds for times when Congress has not enacted a             28, 138) [9JA] [2MY]                                           2659) [17NO]
   budget (see H.R. 2661) [17NO]                            Impoundment Control Act: repeal (see H.R. 1064)                 States: clarify reimbursement for employees carrying
 Economy: reduction of tax rates and discretionary             [27FE]                                                         out Federal programs during Government shutdown
   spending (see H.R. 1327) [28MR]                          Intelligence services: limit funding (see H.R. 2592)              (see H.R. 2733, 2784) [6DE] [14DE]
 Federal budget: reconciliation of the concurrent resolu-      [7NO]                                                        Taxation: allow individuals to designate percentage of
   tion (see H.R. 2491, 2517, 2530) [17OC] [20OC]           Limits: automatic adjustments of discretionary spending           their tax liability to reduce the national debt (see
   [25OC]                                                      limits and reduction of obligation limits (see H.R.            H.R. 13) [9JA]
 ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.          700) [26JA]                                                  ———allow individuals to designate percentage of
   2491), consideration (see H. Res. 245) [25OC]            LSC: abolish (see H.R. 2277) [7SE]                                their tax overpayments to make contributions for
 ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.       Medicare: combat waste, fraud and abuse (see H.R.                 deficit reduction (see H.R. 1442) [6AP]
   2491), consideration of Senate amendments to con-           1668, 2389) [18MY] [21SE]                                    ———eliminate double tax on dividends and allocate
   ference report (see H. Res. 279) [18NO]                  ———extend certain savings provisions (see H.R.                    corporate income tax revenues to qualified registered
 ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.          1134) [6MR]                                                    voters (see H.R. 430) [9JA]
   2491), consideration of conference report (see H.        ———payment for services furnished by a facility in              ———identification and control of tax expenditures
   Res. 272) [16NO]                                            which the referring physician has an ownership inter-          (see H.R. 1387) [4AP]
 ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.          est (see H.R. 2390) [21SE]                                   ———rate reductions relative to projected budget def-
   2530), consideration (see H. Res. 321) [21DE]            ———reform (see H.R. 2152, 2173, 2422, 2425, 2476,                 icit targets (see H.R. 1160) [8MR]
 ———reform process (see H.R. 2599) [8NO]                       2485, 2486, 2839) [1AU] [2AU] [28SE] [29SE]                  Transportation: provide off-budget treatment for certain
 ———setting forth for 1996–2002 (see H. Con. Res.              [12OC] [17OC] [22DE]                                           transportation trust funds (see H.R. 842) [7FE]
   66, 67, 122) [11MY] [15MY] [18DE]                        ———reform (H.R. 2425), consideration (see H. Res.               Unemployment: extend emergency compensation (see
 ———setting forth for 1996–2002 (H. Con. Res. 122),            238) [18OC]                                                    H.R. 2572) [1NO]
   consideration (see H. Res. 309) [18DE]                   ———reporting requirement of trust fund trustees on              Veterans: ensure payment of benefits regardless of
 ———setting forth for 1996–2002 (H. Con. Res. 67),             projected financial imbalances (see H.R. 1590)                 Government financial status (see H.R. 2626, 2632,
   consideration (see H. Res. 149) [16MY]                      [9MY]                                                          2813) [13NO] [14NO] [20DE]
 ———setting forth for 1996–2002 (H. Con. Res. 67),          Medicare/Medicaid: public examination of any changes          Conference reports
   consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 175)        in existing law relative to budget reconciliation (see       Reconciliation of the Concurrent Budget Resolution
   [28JN]                                                      H. Res. 221) [13SE]                                            (H.R. 2491) [15NO] [20NO]
 Federal employees: continuance of work during Gov-         Members of Congress: adjust basic pay relative to de-           Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1996–2002 (H.
   ernment shutdown (see H.R. 2840) [27DE]                     gree of success in deficit reduction (see H.R. 1133,           Con. Res. 67) [26JN]
 ———ensure payment of furloughed employees during              2771) [3MR] [13DE]                                           Supplemental Appropriations and Rescissions (H.R.
   Government shutdown (see H.R. 2273) [6SE]                ———make pay subject to annual appropriations (see                 1158) [16MY]
 ———prevent payment of furloughed employees dur-               H.R. 2351) [19SE]                                          Messages
   ing Government shutdown (see H.R. 2759) [12DE]           ———require comparable treatment with Federal em-                Achievements in Aeronautics and Space: President
 ———reduce number of political appointees (see H.R.            ployees during Government shutdown (see H.R.                   Clinton [24MY]
   1671, 2090) [18MY] [21JY]                                   2828) [21DE]                                                 Continuing Appropriations: President Clinton [16NO]
 ———specify circumstances for payment of fur-               ———stoppage of payment during Government shut-                  Corp. for Public Broadcasting: President Clinton [28JN]
   loughed employees during Government shutdown                down (see H.R. 2281, 2639, 2658) [7SE] [15NO]                  [10JY]
   (see H.R. 2780) [14DE]                                      [17NO]                                                       Deferral of Budgetary Resources: President Clinton
 Foreign aid: discharge obligation of certain unexpended    National Blue Ribbon Commission To Eliminate Waste                [6FE] [22FE] [12SE] [19OC]
   balances of foreign economic assistance (see H.R.           in Government: establish (see H.R. 217) [9JA]                District of Columbia Budget Request: President Clinton
   360) [9JA]                                               National parks and recreation areas: allow donation               [12MY] [29JN]
 Government: amend the budget process to require joint         of State management and operation services during            Economic Report: President Clinton [13FE]
   budget resolutions and the inclusion of public debt         a Government shutdown (see H.R. 2732) [6DE]                  Federal Advisory Committees: President Clinton [6SE]
   limit extension (see H.R. 2622) [13NO]                   National wildlife refuges: allow donation of State hunt-        Federal Budget, Fiscal Year 1996: President Clinton
 ———ensure stoppage of payment for the President,              ing management services during a Government shut-              [6FE]
   Vice President, and Members of Congress during              down (see H.R. 2706) [5DE]                                   Middle-Class Bill of Rights Tax Relief Act: President
   Government shutdown (see H.R. 2373, 2671; H.             Navy: operate ships stores as nonappropriated fund in-            Clinton [13FE]
   Con. Res. 113) [21SE] [15NO] [20NO]                         strumentalities (see H.R. 347) [9JA]                         Public Debt Ceiling: President Clinton [13NO]
 ———limit rate of growth (see H.R. 1110) [2MR]              Pensions: exclude the Civil Service Retirement and              Rescission Proposals Affecting the Depts. of Justice
 ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-             Disability Fund from the Federal budget (see H.R.              and Transportation, and NASA: President Clinton
   sions (see H.R. 1158, 1159, 1864, 1927, 1944)               103) [9JA]                                                     [2MY]
   [8MR] [15JN] [27JN] [28JN]                               Postal Service: reduction of accumulated debt (see H.R.         Veto of H.J. Res. 115, Continuing Appropriations:
 ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-             2744) [7DE]                                                    President Clinton [14NO]
   sions (H.R. 1158), consideration (see H. Res. 115)       ———repeal transitional authorization of appropria-              Veto of H.R. 1158, Supplemental Appropriations and
   [14MR]                                                      tions (see H.R. 1826) [13JN]                                   Rescissions: President Clinton [7JN]

                                                                                    3270
                                                                                INDEX                                                   BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS

  Veto of H.R. 2491, Reconciliation of the Concurrent        Consideration of H.R. 2425, Medicare Reform: Com-           ———Committee on the Budget (House) (H. Con.
    Budget Resolution: President Clinton [6DE]                 mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 238) (H. Rept.               Res. 67) (H. Rept. 104–120) [15MY]
  Veto of H.R. 2586, Public Debt Ceiling: President            104–282) [18OC]                                           Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 1996:
    Clinton [13NO]                                           Consideration of H.R. 2491, Reconciliation of the Con-          Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept.
Motions                                                        current Budget Resolution: Committee on Rules                 104–142) [15JN]
  Appropriations: line-item veto (H.R. 2) [6FE]                (House) (H. Res. 245) (H. Rept. 104–292) [25OC]           ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept.
  ———line-item veto (S. 4) [7SE] [25OC]                      Consideration of H.R. 2586, Public Debt Ceiling: Com-           104–175) [11JY]
  ———making continuing (H.J. Res. 115) [8NO]                   mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 258) (H. Rept.           ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept.
    [10NO] [14NO]                                              104–328) [8NO]                                                104–197) [20JY]
  ———making continuing (H.J. Res. 122) [15NO]                ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 262) (H.             Supplemental Appropriations and Rescissions: Com-
    [20NO]                                                     Rept. 104–332) [9NO]                                          mittee of Conference (H.R. 1158) (H. Rept. 104–
  ———making continuing (H.J. Res. 123) [19NO]                Consideration of H.R. 2621, Public Debt Limit En-               124) [16MY]
  ———making continuing (H.J. Res. 136) [22DE]                                                                            ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
                                                               forcement and Protection of Obligated Trust Funds:
  Constitutional amendments: balance (H.J. Res. 1)                                                                           1158) (H. Rept. 104–70) [8MR]
                                                               Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 293) (H. Rept.
    [26JA]                                                                                                               ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
  Dept. of Veterans Affairs: making continuing appro-          104–388) [7DE]
                                                             Consideration of S. 4, Legislative Line Item Veto Act           1159) (H. Rept. 104–71) [8MR]
    priations (H.J. Res. 134) [20DE]                                                                                   BULGARIA, REPUBLIC OF
  Federal budget: reconciliation of the concurrent resolu-     and Separate Enrollment and Line Item Veto Act:
                                                               Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 147) (H. Rept.      Bills and resolutions
    tion (H.R. 2491) [26OC] [30OC]                                                                                       Foreign trade: most-favored-nation status (see H.R.
  ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.         104–121) [16MY]
                                                                                                                             1643) [16MY]
    2491), conference report [20NO]                          Consideration of Senate Amendments to Conference
                                                                                                                       Reports filed
  ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.         Report on H.R. 2491, Reconciliation of the Concur-        Most-Favored-Nation Status for Bulgaria: Committee
    2530), consideration (H. Res. 321) [22DE]                  rent Budget Resolution: Committee on Rules (House)            on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 1643) (H. Rept.
  ———setting forth for 1996–2002 (H. Con. Res. 67)             (H. Res. 279) (H. Rept. 104–354) [18NO]                       104–162) [27JN]
    [8JN]                                                    Constitutional Amendment To Require Balanced Budg-
                                                                                                                       BUNN, JIM (a Representative from Oregon)
  Government: making supplemental appropriations and           et: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.J. Res.       Appointments
    rescissions (H.R. 1158) [15MR] [16MR] [2MY]                1) (H. Rept. 104–3) [18JA]                                Conferee: H.R. 1868, foreign operations, export financ-
  ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-          Deficit Reduction Lockbox Act: Committee on Rules               ing, and related programs appropriations [12OC]
    sions (H.R. 1944) [29JN]                                   (House) (H.R. 1162) (H. Rept. 104–205) [25JY]             ———H.R. 1905, energy and water development ap-
  House Rules: same-day consideration of certain resolu-     Dept. of Commerce Abolishment: Committee on Ways                propriations [7SE]
    tions (H. Res. 276) [18NO]                                 and Means (House) (H.R. 1756) (H. Rept. 104–260)          ———H.R. 1977, Dept. of the Interior and related
  Medicare: reform (H.R. 2425) [19OC]                          [21SE]                                                        agencies appropriations [8SE]
  Public debt: ceiling (H.R. 2586) [9NO] [10NO]              District of Columbia Expenditure and Appropriation        Bills and resolutions introduced by
  ———ceiling (H.R. 2586), veto [13NO]                          of Funds for Times When Congress Has Not Enacted          Courts: disapprove certain sentencing guideline amend-
  ———enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust            a Budget: Committee on Government Reform and                  ments (see H.R. 2507) [19OC]
    funds (H.R. 2621) [14DE]                                   Oversight (House) (H.R. 2661) (H. Rept. 104–408)          Members of Congress: make pay subject to annual
Reports filed                                                  [14DE]                                                        appropriations (see H.R. 2351) [19SE]
  Budget Authority Rescissions: Committee on Appro-          House Rules Relative to Same-Day Consideration of         Conference reports
    priations (House) (H.R. 845) (H. Rept. 104–30)             Certain Resolutions: Committee on Rules (House)           Energy and Water Development Appropriations (H.R.
    [10FE]                                                     (H. Res. 260) (H. Rept. 104–330) [9NO]                        1905) [26OC]
  Consideration of Conference Report on H. Con. Res.         ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 265) (H.           BUNNING, JIM (a Representative from Kentucky)
    67, Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1996–2002:        Rept. 104–335) [13NO]                                   Appointments
    Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 175) (H. Rept.       ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 276) (H.             Conferee: H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent
    104–165) [28JN]                                            Rept. 104–352) [17NO]                                         budget resolution [30OC]
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1158,           ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 297) (H.             ———S. 4, Separate Enrollment and Line Item Veto
    Supplemental Appropriations and Rescissions: Com-          Rept. 104–400) [12DE]                                         Act [7SE]
    mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 151) (H. Rept.          Line-Item Veto: Committee on Government Reform            Bills and resolutions introduced by
    104–126) [17MY]                                            and Oversight (House) (H.R. 2) (H. Rept. 104–11)          FRS: stabilization of the currency and public scrutiny
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2491,                                                                           of operations (see H.R. 949) [15FE]
                                                               [30JA]
    Reconciliation of the Concurrent Budget Resolution:                                                                  Major League Baseball: application of antitrust laws
                                                             LSC Abolishment: Committee on the Judiciary (House)
    Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 272) (H. Rept.                                                                       (see H.R. 120, 1612) [9JA] [11MY]
                                                               (H.R. 2277) (H. Rept. 104–255) [21SE]
    104–348) [16NO]                                                                                                      Social Security: increase earnings limit (see H.R. 2668,
                                                             Medicare Reform: Committee on Commerce (House)
  Consideration of H. Con. Res. 67, Setting Forth the                                                                        2684) [20NO] [29NO]
                                                               (H.R. 2425) (H. Rept. 104–276) [17OC]                     ———increase earnings limit, repeal increase of tax-
    Federal Budget for 1996–2002: Committee on Rules
                                                             ———Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R.
    (House) (H. Res. 149) (H. Rept. 104–125) [16MY]                                                                          ation of benefits, and provide incentives to purchase
  Consideration of H. Con. Res. 122, Setting Forth the         2425) (H. Rept. 104–276) [17OC]
                                                                                                                             long-term care insurance (see H.R. 8) [9JA]
                                                             Medicare Savings Provisions: Committee on Ways and          ———tribute to Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability In-
    Federal Budget for 1996–2002: Committee on Rules
                                                               Means (House) (H.R. 1134) (H. Rept. 104–80)                   surance Program (see H. Res. 209) [2AU]
    (House) (H. Res. 309) (H. Rept. 104–423) [18DE]
  Consideration of H.J. Res. 1, Constitutional Amend-          [15MR]                                                    Taxation: modify application of passive loss limitations
    ment To Require a Balanced Budget: Committee             Public Debt Ceiling: Committee on Ways and Means                to equine activities (see H.R. 2199) [4AU]
    on Rules (House) (H. Res. 44) (H. Rept. 104–4)             (House) (H.R. 2586) (H. Rept. 104–325) [7NO]              ———treatment of military income derived from serv-
    [24JA]                                                   Reconciliation of the Concurrent Budget Resolution:             ices performed during a contingency operation (see
  Consideration of H.J. Res. 108, Continuing Appropria-        Committee of Conference (H.R. 2491) (H. Rept.                 H.R. 2778) [14DE]
    tions: Committee on Rules (House) (H.J. Res. 230)          104–347) [15NO] (H. Rept. 104–350) [18NO]               BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND FIRE-
    (H. Rept. 104–263) [27SE]                                ———Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 2491)                  ARMS
  Consideration of H.J. Res. 115, Continuing Appropria-        (H. Rept. 104–280) [17OC]                               Bills and resolutions
    tions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 257)          Reduce Discretionary Spending Limits in Appropria-          Firearms: eliminate the administrative authority to pro-
    (H. Rept. 104–326) [7NO]                                   tions Bills: Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R.            hibit transfer or sale of certain assault weapons (see
  ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 261) (H.              1219) (H. Rept. 104–89) [23MR]                                H.R. 793) [2FE]
    Rept. 104–331) [9NO]                                     Repeal Transitional Authorization of Appropriations for     ———permanent ban on possession of firearms by
  Consideration of H.J. Res. 122, Continuing Appropria-        the Postal Service: Committee on Government Re-               persons convicted of certain felonies (see H.R. 2101)
    tions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 270)            form and Oversight (House) (H.R. 1826) (H. Rept.              [24JY]
    (H. Rept. 104–343) [15NO]                                  104–174) [10JY]                                           ———regulation of firearms and ammunition (see H.R.
  Consideration of H.J. Res. 134, Dept. of Veterans Af-      Reporting Requirements of Medicare Trust Fund Trust-            915) [13FE]
    fairs Continuing Appropriations: Committee on Rules        ees on Projected Financial Imbalances: Committee          National Association of Radio Talk Show Hosts: hon-
    (House) (H. Res. 317) (H. Rept. 104–428) [20DE]            on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 1590) (H. Rept.               oring of G. Gordon Liddy relative to characterization
  Consideration of H.R. 2, Line-Item Veto: Committee           104–119) [15MY]                                               of Federal law enforcement officers (see H. Res.
    on Rules (House) (H. Res. 55) (H. Rept. 104–15)          Revised Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year            153) [18MY]
    [1FE]                                                      1996: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.             National Rifle Association: characterization of Federal
  Consideration of H.R. 1162, Deficit Reduction Lockbox        Rept. 104–266) [27SE]                                         law enforcement (see H. Con. Res. 69) [18MY]
    Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 218)            ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H. Rept.          BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS
    (H. Rept. 104–243) [12SE]                                  104–380) [5DE]                                          Bills and resolutions
  Consideration of H.R. 1944, Supplemental Appropria-        Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1996–2002: Com-        Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance
    tions and Rescissions: Committee on Rules (House)          mittee of Conference (H. Con. Res. 67) (H. Rept.              Act: clarify self-governance provisions (see H.R.
    (H. Res. 176) (H. Rept. 104–166) [28JN]                    104–159) [26JN]                                               2623) [13NO]

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BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS                                                                INDEX
  Native Americans: consultations with Federal, State,            Human rights: trafficking of Burmese women and girls            ———price supports for upland cotton, feed grains,
      and local government officials relative to manage-              into Thailand for forced prostitution (see H. Con.            rice, oilseeds, and wheat (see H.R. 2696) [30NO]
      ment of trust funds (see H.R. 742) [30JA]                       Res. 21) [1FE]                                              ———purchase of catastrophic risk protection and
  ———establish trust fund for certain tribal infrastruc-          POW/MIA: granting of asylum to certain foreign na-                clarify the prevented planting rule (see H.R. 2147)
      ture projects for the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe (see               tionals assisting in the return of living POW/MIA             [31JY]
      H.R. 2512) [19OC]                                               (see H.R. 460) [9JA]                                        ———repeal price support and agricultural promotion
  ———extend Federal recognition to certain Indian               BURTON, DAN (a Representative from Indiana)                         programs (see H.R. 2787) [15DE]
      groups (see H.R. 671, 2591) [25JA] [7NO]                  Appointments                                                      ———research, promotion, and market development
  ———technical corrections to certain laws (see H.R.              Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Shimon                 of canola and rapeseed products (see H.R. 2509)
      2726) [6DE]                                                     Peres Into the House Chamber [12DE]                           [19OC]
  Office of Special Trustees for American Indians: trans-         Conferee: H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent           ———revise soybean promotion, research, and con-
      fer certain authorities (see H.R. 2631) [14NO]                  budget resolution [30OC]                                      sumer information programs (see H.R. 2577) [2NO]
Reports filed                                                   Bills and resolutions introduced by                               Air pollution: repeal certain Clean Air Act stratospheric
  Technical Corrections to Certain Laws Relative to Na-           AIDS: criminal penalties relative to intentional trans-           ozone protection provisions (see H.R. 475) [11JA]
      tive Americans: Committee on Resources (House)                  mission (see H.R. 630) [23JA]                               ———repeal certain Clean Air Act toxic air emission
      (H.R. 2726) (H. Rept. 104–444) [30DE]                       Alpha Tango (vessel): certificate of documentation (see           provisions (see H.R. 473) [11JA]
BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS                                            H.R. 827) [3FE]                                             Airlines: percentage of voting interests of air carriers
Bills and resolutions                                             Computers: specify application of obscenity prohibi-              required to be owned or controlled by U.S. citizens
  Consumer Price Index: calculation of rate of inflation              tions on certain computers within or affecting com-           (see H.R. 951) [15FE]
      (see H. Res. 99) [24FE]                                         merce (see H.R. 121) [9JA]                                  Antitrust policy: supersede modification of final judg-
  Cost of living: development and circulation of a month-         Cuba: strengthen international economic sanctions and             ment of U.S. v. Western Electric and regulate the
      ly cost of living index (see H. Con. Res. 130) [3JA]            support transition to democratically elected govern-
  Federal Statistical Service: establish (see H.R. 2521)                                                                            manufacturing of Bell operating companies (see H.R.
                                                                      ment (see H.R. 927, 2347) [14FE] [18SE]                       411) [9JA]
      [24OC]                                                      Dept. of Commerce: conduct research program to
  Research: conduct time use surveys and calculate mon-                                                                           Aviation: repeal increase in transportation fuels tax ap-
                                                                      evaluate technology for depositing certain waste on           plicable to commercial aviation (see H.R. 752, 874)
      etary value of unremunerated work (see H.R. 2544)               the deep ocean seabed (see H.R. 1344) [29MR]
      [26OC]                                                                                                                        [31JA] [9FE]
                                                                  Dept. of Defense: conversion of certain military instal-        Bankruptcy: payment of claims for retiree health insur-
BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT                                             lations into correctional facilities for youthful offend-
Bills and resolutions                                                                                                               ance (see H.R. 318) [9JA]
                                                                      ers (see H.R. 472) [11JA]                                   California: moratorium on leasing, exploration, and de-
  Agriculture: permit unimpeded use of privately owned            Federal employees: specify circumstances for payment
      farm land (see H.R. 800) [2FE]                                                                                                velopment of the Outer Continental Shelf (see H.R.
                                                                      of furloughed employees during Government shut-               219) [9JA]
  Alaska: conveyance of certain lands under the Alaska                down (see H.R. 2780) [14DE]
      Native Claims Settlement Act (see H.R. 2560)                                                                                ———promote balance between natural resources, eco-
                                                                  House Rules: discourage arbitrary or inconsequential              nomic development and job retention (see H.R.
      [30OC]                                                          ethics complaints (see H. Res. 314) [19DE]
  Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act: conveyance of                                                                                2712) [5DE]
                                                                  ———reform gift rules (see H. Res. 264) [10NO]
      certain lands to village corporations within the Cook                                                                       CCC: limit farm and export expenditures (see H.R.
                                                                  India: suspend developmental assistance relative to
      Inlet Region (see H.R. 1342) [28MR]                                                                                           2195, 2523) [4AU] [24OC]
                                                                      human rights violations (see H.R. 1425) [6AP]
  Appropriations: authorizing (see H.R. 1077) [28FE]                                                                              CERCLA: liability allocation process among potentially
                                                                  Old Hat (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R.
  Montana: designate certain BLM lands to preserve                                                                                  responsible parties (see H.R. 1616) [11MY]
                                                                      828) [3FE]
      unique cultural and natural features (see H.R. 2074)        Pakistan: transfer of F–16 aircraft and associated parts        Civil liberties: protect the right to travel to foreign
      [19JY]                                                          and equipment (see H.R. 1397) [5AP]                           countries (see H.R. 1702) [24MY]
  National parks and recreation areas: improve quality            Tariff: fluridone aquatic herbicide (see H.R. 1113)             Civil rights: affirmative action policies (see H.R. 1764,
      of visitor services relative to incentive-based recre-          [2MR]                                                         2128) [7JN] [27JY]
      ation fees (see H.R. 2107) [25JY]                         Motions offered by                                                Clean Air Act: repeal reformulated gasoline and work-
  Public lands: domestic livestock grazing fees (see H.R.         Budget: reconciliation of the concurrent resolution               related vehicle trip reduction provisions (see H.R.
      676, 1713) [25JA] [25MY]                                        (H.R. 2530), consideration (H. Res. 321) [22DE]               1052) [24FE]
  ———establish certain requirements relative to transfer                                                                          Commission on Concentration in the Livestock Indus-
      or disposal (see H.R. 257) [9JA]                          BUSES see COMMON CARRIERS; MOTOR VEHICLES
                                                                                                                                    try: establish (see H.R. 2506) [18OC]
  ———improve process for land exchanges with the                BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY related term(s) COR-
                                                                                                                                  Common carriers: eliminate preemployment alcohol
      Forest Service and BLM (see H.R. 2466) [11OC]                   PORATIONS; INDUSTRIAL ARBITRATION
                                                                                                                                    testing in the mass transit, railroad, motor carrier,
  States: transfer control and administration of Federal        Appointments
                                                                  Conferees: H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal Standards                 and aviation industries (see H.R. 1827) [13JN]
      lands (see H.R. 2032) [13JY]                                                                                                Computers: encourage and protect private sector initia-
  Utah: designate certain lands as wilderness (see H.R.               Reform Act [9NO]
                                                                  ———S. 652, Telecommunications Competition and                     tives that improve user control over information
      1745) [6JN]                                                                                                                   services (see H.R. 1978) [30JN]
  ———designate certain lands as wilderness (H.R.                      Deregulation Act [12OC]
                                                                  ———S. 895, Small Business Lending Enhancement                   ———permit lawful possessors of a copy of a com-
      1745), consideration (see H. Res. 303) [13DE]
                                                                      Act [12SE]                                                    puter program to authorize additional copies under
Reports filed
  BLM Appropriations: Committee on Resources (House)            Bills and resolutions                                               certain circumstances (see H.R. 533) [17JA]
      (H.R. 1077) (H. Rept. 104–155) [22JN]                       Agriculture: define domestic industry relative to perish-       Consumers: establish a toll-free telephone number in
  Consideration of H.R. 1745, Utah Wilderness Lands                   able agricultural products (see H.R. 2795) [15DE]             the Dept. of Commerce to assist consumers in identi-
      Designation: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.            ———eliminate the Market Promotion Program (see                    fying domestically-produced merchandise (see H.R.
      303) (H. Rept. 104–404) [13DE]                                  H.R. 1749) [6JN]                                              447) [9JA]
  Utah Wilderness Lands Designation: Committee on Re-             ———establish marketing loans and total acreage base             ———require additional disclosures of the terms of
      sources (House) (H.R. 1745) (H. Rept. 104–396)                  for upland cotton, feed grains, rice, oilseeds, and           rental-purchase agreements (see H.R. 2820) [20DE]
      [11DE]                                                          wheat (see H.R. 2532) [25OC]                                ———require disclosure of service and other charges
BUREAU OF RECLAMATION                                             ———improve operation of flue-cured and burley to-                 on tickets (see H.R. 857) [8FE]
Bills and resolutions                                                 bacco programs (see H.R. 2653) [16NO]                       ———retail pricing of consumer commodities (see
  Alameda County, CA: Federal involvement in waste-               ———kiwifruit research and marketing (see H.R.                     H.R. 171) [9JA]
      water reuse project (see H.R. 2633) [14NO]                      1486) [7AP]                                                 Contracts: classification of employees and independent
  Public lands: convey certain reclamation project lands          ———labeling of imported meat and meat food prod-                  contractors relative to Federal procurement contracts
      to beneficiaries of the projects and devise a distribu-         ucts containing imported meat (see H.R. 2475)                 (see H.R. 508, 509) [13JA]
      tion scheme for such revenues (see H.R. 1232)                   [12OC]                                                      ———prohibit reimbursement of defense contractors
      [14MR]                                                      ———labeling of imported perishable agricultural                   for environmental response costs (see H.R. 2227)
  Texas: purchase of Bureau of Reclamation water sup-                 commodities (see H.R. 2602, 2833) [9NO] [22DE]                [4AU]
      ply projects (see H.R. 2609) [9NO]                          ———make participation in certain commodity re-                  ———require that contractor consolidation cost sav-
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS related term(s) DEPART-                          search and promotion programs voluntary (see H.R.             ings be used for employment retraining and job cre-
      MENT OF COMMERCE                                                2502) [18OC]                                                  ation activities (see H.R. 702) [26JA]
Bills and resolutions                                             ———price supports for honey (see H.R. 1235)                     ———standards and regulations for Government pro-
  Federal Statistical Service: establish (see H.R. 2521)              [14MR]                                                        curement contracts (see H.R. 1959) [29JN]
      [24OC]                                                      ———price supports for milk (see H.R. 2000, 2324,                Copyrights: duration of protection (see H.R. 989)
  Poverty: publication of data (see H.R. 919) [13FE]                  2362) [10JY] [13SE] [19SE]                                    [16FE]
BURMA                                                             ———price supports for peanuts (see H.R. 2189)                   ———registration and protection of trademarks (see
Bills and resolutions                                                 [3AU]                                                         H.R. 1270) [21MR]
  Democracy: restore democratic rule (see H. Res. 274)            ———price supports for sugar (see H.R. 1687)                     Corporate and Farm Independence Commission: estab-
      [17NO]                                                          [23MY]                                                        lish (see H.R. 2755) [11DE]

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                                                                               INDEX                                                      BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY

Correctional institutions: pilot program on feasibility    Ecology and environment: establish revolving loan           Food stamps: certification requirements for partici-
  of Federal prisoner employment (see H.R. 2553)             funds for cleanup of distressed areas with investment       pating food stores and penalties for fraud (see H.R.
  [26OC]                                                     potential (see H.R. 1620) [11MY]                            992) [16FE]
———privatization of health care services (see H.R.         ———financial responsibility requirements for offshore       Foreign countries: volunteer guidelines for socially re-
  1810) [8JN]                                                facilities (see H.R. 633, 1002) [23JA] [21FE]               sponsible practices for U.S. businesses operating
Courts: appointment of bankruptcy judges (see H.R.         ———voluntary environmental self-evaluations (see              abroad (see H.R. 910) [13FE]
  2604) [9NO]                                                H.R. 1047) [24FE]                                         Foreign trade: develop criteria for market access in
———equalize remedies available to victims of inten-        Economy: national objectives priority assignments (see        foreign countries (see H.R. 1560) [3MY]
  tional employment discrimination (see H.R. 96)             H.R. 9, 1050) [9JA] [24FE]                                ———expand authority for the export of devices (see
  [9JA]                                                    ———promote revitalization through Federal assist-             H.R. 485) [11JA]
———notification to employers of convicted persons            ance for cleanup of abandoned or contaminated prop-       ———expand authority for the export of drugs or med-
  relative to drug offenses (see H.R. 138) [9JA]             erties (see H.R. 2178) [3AU]                                ical devices (see H.R. 1300) [22MR]
———product liability reform (see H.R. 10, 917, 955,        ———provide credit to businesses and facilitate the          ———export controls (see H.R. 361) [9JA]
  956, 1075) [9JA] [13FE] [15FE] [28FE]                      transfer and commercialization of Government-             ———extend export restrictions for unprocessed tim-
———product liability reform (H.R. 956), consider-            owned patents and technologies (see H.R. 80) [9JA]          ber to timber harvested in Texas (see H.R. 688)
  ation (see H. Res. 108, 109) [7MR] [8MR]                 Education: development of school-to-work opportuni-           [26JA]
———supersede the modification of final judgment              ties systems (see H.R. 1426) [6AP]                        ———impact of Japanese trade practices on auto-
  in U.S. v. Western Electric (see H.R. 1528, 1641)        Elections: prohibit contributions by nonparty multi-          mobile industry (see H. Res. 141, 150) [9MY]
  [2MY] [16MY]                                               candidate political committees controlled by foreign-       [16MY]
Credit: accuracy of consumer information maintained          owned corporations (see H.R. 2499) [18OC]                 ———imposition of duty on certain Canadian wood
                                                           Employment: job creation programs (see H.R. 805)              and lumber products (see H.R. 2802) [18DE]
  by credit reporting agencies (see H.R. 561) [18JA]
                                                             [2FE]                                                     ———improve export promotion activities (see H.R.
———availability to businesses relative to commu-
                                                           ———leave policies relative to minimum wage and                2300) [12SE]
  nities facing economic distress (see H.R. 288) [9JA]
                                                             overtime exemptions (see H.R. 946) [15FE]                 ———review, clarify, and simplify the commodity
———define payment postmark date as payment date            ———permit flexible work schedules and improve reg-
  for purposes of grace periods (see H.R. 1963) [29JN]                                                                   control lists (see H.R. 2231) [4AU]
                                                             ulations on hiring and leave policies (see H.R. 2723)     Franchises: establish minimum standards of fair con-
———expand availability by lifting growth cap on              [6DE]
  limited service financial institutions (see H.R. 1491)                                                                 duct in franchise sales and business relationships
                                                           ———provide compensatory time for all employees                (see H.R. 1717) [25MY]
  [7AP]                                                      (see H.R. 2391) [21SE]
Credit cards: require additional disclosures of account                                                                FRS: defer additional increases in interest rates (see
                                                           ———self-employment assistance programs (see H.R.              H. Res. 54) [31JA]
  information and study industry competitiveness (see        1789) [8JN]
  H.R. 1105) [1MR]                                                                                                     ———promote accountability and the public interest
                                                           ———training assistance (see H.R. 998) [21FE]
Defense Production Act: reauthorization (see H.R.                                                                        in operations (see H.R. 888) [10FE]
                                                           ———use of community development block grant
  2204) [4AU]                                                                                                          ———stabilization of the currency and public scrutiny
                                                             funds for employment relocation activities (see H.R.
Depository Institution Management Interlocks Act: ex-                                                                    of operations (see H.R. 949) [15FE]
                                                             463) [11JA]
  emptions to requirements (see H.R. 643) [23JA]                                                                       FTC: prescriptions for contact lenses (see H.R. 1454)
                                                           ERISA: promote and improve employee stock owner-
Dept. of Agriculture: abolish Department and transfer                                                                    [6AP]
                                                             ship plans (see H.R. 2741) [7DE]
  certain programs to an agribusiness block grant pro-     Eximbank: tied aid credit program reauthorization (see      ———regulation of air carrier advertising (see H.R.
  gram (see H.R. 1354) [29MR]                                H.R. 2203) [4AU]                                            545) [17JA]
                                                           FCC: competitive bidding in granting licenses and per-      Government: require profit-sharing plans for the provi-
———extend certain authorities (see H.R. 2775)
                                                             mits (see H.R. 1218) [13MR]                                 sion of Federal contracts or subsidies (see H.R.
  [13DE]
                                                           ———lower market entry barriers for small businesses           2705) [5DE]
Dept. of Commerce: abolish (see H.R. 1756) [7JN]
                                                             seeking to provide telecommunication and informa-         ———status of Federal contractors that hire permanent
———authorizing appropriations for scientific research
                                                             tion services (see H.R. 187) [9JA]                          replacements for striking employees (see H.R. 1176)
  services and facilities (see H.R. 1870) [16JN]
                                                           Federal aid programs: economic assistance to States           [8MR]
———enhance manufacturing technology programs
                                                             and localities relative to business incentives provided   Government regulations: analysis on the impact on
  (see H.R. 1844) [14JN]
                                                             (see H.R. 286) [9JA]                                        small businesses and State and local government (see
Dept. of Energy: authorizing appropriations for civilian
                                                           Financial institutions: accelerate capitalization of the      H.R. 58) [9JA]
  research, development, demonstration, and commer-
                                                             savings association insurance fund (see H.R. 2123)        ———cumulative cost/benefit accounting statement for
  cial application activities (see H.R. 1816) [13JN]
                                                             [27JY]                                                      regulatory programs (see H.R. 1636) [15MY]
———privatization of defense nuclear facilities (see
                                                           ———check cashing services (see H.R. 1095) [1MR]             ———define criteria for use of the term ‘‘Made in
  H.R. 1526, 1628) [7AP] [12MY]
                                                           ———encourage foreign countries to accord national             America’’ (see H.R. 1598) [9MY]
Dept. of HHS: establish a schedule of preventive health                                                                ———facilitate small business involvement in the reg-
  care services under private insurance plans and pro-       treatment to U.S. financial organizations (see H.R.
                                                             19) [9JA]                                                   ulatory development process of the EPA and OSHA
  grams (see H.R. 23) [9JA]                                                                                              (see H.R. 1937) [27JN]
———verification of employee Social Security infor-         ———enhance competition (see H.R. 18) [9JA]
                                                           ———improve risk management techniques and use               ———moratorium on regulatory rulemaking actions
  mation (see H.R. 502) [13JA]                                                                                           (see H.R. 450) [9JA]
Dept. of HUD: grants for economic development loan           of derivative products (see H.R. 20) [9JA]
                                                           ———increase competition in the financial services           ———moratorium on regulatory rulemaking actions
  assistance in certain Federal enterprise communities                                                                   (H.R. 450), consideration (see H. Res. 93) [22FE]
                                                             sector (see H.R. 814, 1062, 2520) [3FE] [27FE]
  (see H.R. 494) [11JA]                                                                                                ———moratorium on regulatory rulemaking actions (S.
———grants to depressed communities for economic              [24OC]
                                                           ———institute management reforms and eliminate                 219), consideration (see H. Res. 148) [16MY]
  development based on unemployment level (see H.R.                                                                    ———moratorium on regulatory rulemaking actions on
                                                             conflicts-of-interest on boards of directors (see H.R.
  1017) [22FE]                                                                                                           small business (see H.R. 839) [6FE]
                                                             290) [9JA]
Dept. of Labor: consultation with State officials by                                                                   ———reform (see H.R. 994) [21FE]
                                                           ———reform regulatory process and paperwork re-
  employers relative to compliance with occupational                                                                   ———reform regulatory process (see H.R. 821, 926,
                                                             quirements (see H.R. 1362, 1858, 2158) [30MR]
  safety and health requirements (see H.R. 1433)                                                                         1022, 1839) [3FE] [14FE] [23FE] [14JN]
                                                             [15JN] [1AU]
  [6AP]                                                    Firearms: ban the manufacture, importation, and sale        ———reform regulatory process (H.R. 926), consider-
Dept. of the Interior: Steel Industry Heritage Project       of ammunition that can penetrate police body armor          ation (see H. Res. 100) [27FE]
  funding (see H.R. 2473) [12OC]                             (see H.R. 444, 492) [9JA] [11JA]                          ———reform regulatory process (H.R. 1022), consider-
Dept. of Trade: establish (see H.R. 2325) [13SE]           Fish and fishing: commercial harvesting of Atlantic           ation (see H. Res. 96) [24FE]
Disasters: extend duty drawback filing period for busi-      striped bass (see H.R. 393, 1139) [9JA] [6MR]             Hazardous substances: importation and shipment of
  nesses (see H.R. 527) [17JA]                             ———coordinate conservation efforts of Atlantic                spent nuclear fuel (see H.R. 2278) [7SE]
———prevent overpricing of goods (see H.R. 976)               striped bass (see H.R. 2655) [16NO]                       Health: clinical laboratory diagnostic testing services
  [16FE]                                                   ———develop fishery resources within the U.S. eco-             (see H.R. 1461) [6AP]
District of Columbia: authorization of bonding author-       nomic zone (see H.R. 2369) [20SE]                         ———liability of raw material and component sup-
  ity and the use of tax revenues to finance certain       ———use of relief funds to compensate revenue loss             pliers to medical device manufacturers (see H.R.
  costs of a sports arena and convention center (see         of commercial fisheries during disasters (see H.R.          753) [31JA]
  H.R. 1509, 1843) [7AP] [14JN]                              2673) [20NO]                                              ———national policy to provide health care and re-
———permit use of certain revenues for the operation        Fishermen’s Protective Act: amend (see H.R. 716)              form insurance procedures (see H.R. 995) [21FE]
  of the Washington Convention Center and the con-           [26JA]                                                    ———require the removal of silicone gel and saline
  struction of a new convention center (see H.R. 1862)     Florida: restrictions and requirements on leasing of the      breast implants and conduct chemical and industrial
  [15JN]                                                     Continental Shelf (see H.R. 72) [9JA]                       safety research (see H.R. 2796) [15DE]
———use of tax revenues for construction of new             Food industry: allow food and dietary supplement man-       Health care professionals: determine necessary medical
  convention center and sports arena and operation           ufacturers to communicate information on contents           coverage and require insurers to notify enrollees (see
  of current convention center (see H.R. 2108) [25JY]        of products (see H.R. 1951) [28JN]                          H.R. 2608) [9NO]

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BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY                                                            INDEX
 Hopewell Township, PA: transfer lands to Beaver             ———enhance safety, training, research, and develop-        Solid waste: exemption for recoverable materials re-
    County Corp. for Economic Development (see H.R.            ment in the propane gas industry (see H.R. 1514)           used during industrial process (see H.R. 2335)
    308) [9JA]                                                 [7AP]                                                      [14SE]
 Immigration: enforce employer sanctions and limit the       Northern Ireland: adherence with the MacBride Prin-        Space policy: encourage the development of a commer-
    adjustment of status relative to illegal aliens (see       ciples by U.S. persons doing business (see H.R. 470)       cial space industry by tax incentives (see H.R. 1953)
    H.R. 2164) [2AU]                                           [11JA]                                                     [28JN]
 ———enforcement of employer sanctions law (see               Occupational safety and health: establish voluntary pro-   Sports: regulations relative to relocation of professional
    H.R. 570) [19JA]                                           grams to protect employees from hazards (see H.R.          teams (see H.R. 2699, 2740) [30NO] [7DE]
 Intellectual property: application of antitrust laws (see     1824) [13JN]                                             States: ban the utilization of Federal funds to lure
    H.R. 2674) [20NO]                                        Occupational Safety and Health Act: amend (see H.R.          jobs and businesses from other States (see H.R.
 Interstate commerce: insurance disclosures (see H.R.          707) [26JA]                                                1842) [14JN]
    176, 182) [9JA]                                          OMB: report number of individuals employed by non-         ———Federal recognition of any coastal moratorium
 Interstate compacts: encourage States to study and            Federal entities providing Government services (see        on leasing, exploration, and development of the
    adopt insurance regulations (see H.J. Res. 100)            H.R. 1412) [5AP]                                           Outer Continental Shelf (see H.R. 1898) [20JN]
    [11JY]                                                   Organization for Economic Cooperation and Develop-         Tariff: temporary suspension of antidumping and coun-
 Investments: ensure safeguards (see H.R. 675) [25JA]          ment: congressional approval and implementation of         tervailing duties under limited market conditions (see
 ———reform conduct of private securities litigation            shipbuilding trade agreement (see H.R. 2754) [11DE]        H.R. 2822) [21DE]
    (see H.R. 555) [18JA]                                    Outer Continental Shelf: moratorium on leasing, explo-     Taxation: allow certain corporations and trusts to be
 Kuwait: investigation of financial and commercial treat-      ration, and development of power resources (see            shareholders of subchapter S corporations (see H.R.
    ment of U.S. citizens and commercial dispute resolu-       H.R. 2241, 2242) [4AU]                                     92) [9JA]
    tion process (see H.R. 2042) [13JY]                      Patents: biotechnology process protection (see H.R.        ———allow corporations to elect the pooling method
 Labor: allow cooperative efforts between management           587) [19JA]                                                for determining foreign tax credits (see H.R. 2355)
    and labor to improve economic competitiveness (see       ———extend protection for nonsteroidal anti-inflam-           [19SE]
    H.R. 743) [30JA]                                           matory drug (see H.R. 2467) [11OC]                       ———allow credit for cleanup of contaminated indus-
 ———allow cooperative efforts between management             ———limit issuance on medical procedures (see H.R.            trial sites (see H.R. 1799) [8JN]
    and labor to improve economic competitiveness              1127) [3MR]                                              ———allow credit for construction and renovation of
    (H.R. 743), consideration (see H. Res. 226) [21SE]       ———regulation of invention development services              nonresidential buildings in distressed areas (see H.R.
 Labor unions: clarify standards on use of business            (see H.R. 2419) [28SE]                                     1519) [7AP]
    property or facilities by community organizations rel-   Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act: amend (see        ———allow tax credit to businesses who employ
    ative to similar usage for union advocacy activities       H.R. 1103) [1MR]                                           members of the National Guard or Ready Reserve
    (see H.R. 2497) [18OC]                                   Petroleum: management of royalties from Federal and          (see H.R. 471, 1168, 1531, 1532) [11JA] [8MR]
 ———prevent union violence (see H.R. 1796) [8JN]               Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas leases (see H.R.       [2MY]
 Landfills: disposal of organic sorbents (see H.R. 1257)
                                                               1975) [30JN]                                             ———assessment of retail dealer occupational taxes
    [16MR]                                                   ———royalty payments for crude oil production on              (see H.R. 302) [9JA]
 Lumber industry: prohibit exports of unprocessed tim-
                                                               public lands (see H.R. 699) [26JA]                       ———assessment of retail dealer occupational taxes
    ber and wood chips to countries not providing recip-
                                                             Pharmaceuticals: guarantee practice of pharmacy              (H.R. 302), consideration (see H. Res. 246) [26OC]
    rocal market access (see H.R. 684) [26JA]
                                                               compounding and ensure supply of bulk drug prod-         ———benefits for foreign corporations (see H.R.
 Maine: grant authority over coastal marine fisheries
                                                               ucts (see H.R. 598) [20JA]                                 1278) [21MR]
    (see H.R. 1942) [28JN]
                                                             ———improve the regulation of drugs (see H.R. 1995)         ———business deduction for air travel (see H.R. 283)
 Major League Baseball: application of antitrust laws
                                                               [30JN]                                                     [9JA]
    (see H.R. 45, 106, 120, 365, 386, 397, 749, 1612,
                                                             Postal Service: acceptance of change-of-address orders     ———capital gains rate on stock of certain domestic
    2022) [9JA] [31JA] [11MY] [12JY]
                                                               from commercial mail receiving agencies (see H.R.          corporations (see H.R. 512) [13JA]
 ———application of antitrust laws and establishment
                                                               1464) [6AP]                                              ———capital gains rate on stock of certain farmers’
    of a national oversight commission (see H.R. 735)
                                                             ———privatization (see H.R. 210) [9JA]                        cooperatives (see H.R. 2676) [20NO]
    [30JA]
                                                             Power resources: privatize certain Federal power gen-      ———capital gains rates (see H.R. 1042, 1322) [24FE]
 ———application of antitrust laws relative to certain
                                                               eration and transmission assets (see H.R. 1801)            [24MR]
    television contracts (see H.R. 105) [9JA]
 Medicare: permit a supplier of durable medical equip-         [8JN]                                                    ———capital gains rates and indexing of certain assets
    ment to furnish an upgraded item of such equipment       Professional Boxing Corp.: establish (see H.R. 2212)         (see H.R. 213, 537, 646) [9JA] [17JA] [24JA]
    to Medicare beneficiaries (see H.R. 1754) [7JN]            [4AU]                                                    ———capital gains rates for investments in small busi-
 Medicare and Medicaid Coverage Data Bank: repeal            Radioactive substances: interim storage of spent nuclear     nesses (see H.R. 2095) [21JY]
    (see H.R. 952, 2685) [15FE] [29NO]                         fuel (see H.R. 1924) [22JN]                              ———computation of the deduction for depreciation
 Members of Congress: reduce pay pending a minimum           Real estate: homeowner participation in area planning        (see H.R. 199) [9JA]
    wage increase (see H.R. 876) [9FE]                         likely to impact home values and compensation for        ———corporate financial incentives for small busi-
 Merchant marine industry: reform certain ocean ship-          certain area development (see H.R. 971) [16FE]             nesses operating in urban enterprise zones (see H.R.
    ping practices (see H.R. 1081) [28FE]                    Recycling: require producers and importers of news-          1072) [28FE]
 Metric system: conversion requirements (see H.R.              print to recycle a certain percentage (see H.R. 1523)    ———credit for business investments in economically
    2779) [14DE]                                               [7AP]                                                      distressed areas (see H.R. 2713) [5DE]
 Minimum wage: deny employers a deduction for pay-           ———require producers and importers of tires to recy-       ———credit for employee training expenses paid or
    ments of excessive compensation (see H.R. 620)             cle a certain percentage (see H.R. 1524) [7AP]             incurred by the employer (see H.R. 2382) [21SE]
    [20JA]                                                   Research: increase supply of minority scientists and       ———deductibility of business meal expenses for indi-
 ———level (see H.R. 363, 619, 764, 940, 1583) [9JA]            help the public and private sectors in research and        viduals who are subject to Federal limitations on
    [20JA] [31JA] [14FE] [9MY]                                 development needs (see H.R. 1459) [6AP]                    hours of service (see H.R. 1003) [21FE]
 Motor vehicles: allow emission reductions caused by         Securities: promote capital formation in financial mar-    ———deduction of partnership investment expenses
    fleet turnover to be credited under the Clean Air          kets (see H.R. 2131) [27JY]                                under the minimum tax (see H.R. 747) [30JA]
    Act (see H.R. 477) [11JA]                                ———reform private enforcement of Federal laws (see         ———deductions for business use of the home (see
 ———average fuel economy standards for automobiles             H.R. 681) [25JA]                                           H.R. 40, 115, 953) [9JA] [15FE]
    (see H.R. 2200) [4AU]                                    Ships and vessels: grants to shipyards for costs of        ———delay application of the substantiation require-
 ———dissemination of warranty and repair informa-              acquiring modern and advanced ship repair tech-            ments to reimbursement arrangements of certain
    tion by manufacturers (see H.R. 265) [9JA]                 nology (see H.R. 348) [9JA]                                loggers (see H.R. 2750) [7DE]
 ———prohibit the manufacture or sale of school buses         Small business: assist in the development of micro-        ———depreciable life of semiconductor manufacturing
    that do not have seat belts (see H.R. 266) [9JA]           enterprises and microenterprise lending (see H.R.          equipment (see H.R. 1061) [27FE]
 ———reform rental car company agreements relative              1019) [23FE]                                             ———depreciation of certain leasehold improvements
    to liability and collision damage waivers (see H.R.      ———awarding of contracts to individuals considered           (see H.R. 1171) [8MR]
    175) [9JA]                                                 economically disadvantaged (see H.R. 2379) [21SE]        ———determination of employment status of individ-
 National Institute of Standards and Technology: author-     ———export assistance (see H.R. 648) [24JA]                   uals as employees or independent contractors (see
    izing appropriations for industrial technology serv-     ———install devices to improve safety at convenience          H.R. 582) [19JA]
    ices (see H.R. 1871) [16JN]                                stores (see H.R. 2675) [20NO]                            ———domestic investment tax credit (see H.R. 392)
 National Tourism Board: establish (see H.R. 2579)           ———modify the small business and capital ownership           [9JA]
    [2NO]                                                      development program (see H.R. 111) [9JA]                 ———economic recovery incentives for areas affected
 National Tourism Organization: establish (see H.R.          ———reduce costs of Government loan guarantees                by employment losses in the financial institution and
    2579) [2NO]                                                (see H.R. 2150) [1AU]                                      real estate sectors (see H.R. 2015) [11JY]
 Natural gas: authorize associations of independent pro-     ———reform regulatory process (see H.R. 1979)               ———election of taxable fiscal year for partnerships
    ducers (see H.R. 2342) [14SE]                              [30JN]                                                     and S corporations (see H.R. 1661) [17MY]

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———eliminate double tax on dividends and allocate           ———treatment of capital gains and losses on the             Water pollution: repeal certain Clean Air Act acid rain
 corporate income tax revenues to qualified registered        sale of a principal residence (see H.R. 56) [9JA]           provisions (see H.R. 474) [11JA]
 voters (see H.R. 430) [9JA]                                ———treatment of certain bargain sales (see H.R. 523)      Conference reports
———employment taxes relative to compensation for              [13JA]                                                    Small Business Lending Enhancement Act (S. 895)
 unpaid wages (see H.R. 1088) [1MR]                         ———treatment of certain depreciable asset expenses            [28SE]
———encourage capital formation for the development            by small businesses (see H.R. 954) [15FE]               Messages
 of new business (see H.R. 1785) [7JN]                      ———treatment of certain subsidies relative to energy        Federal Labor Relations Authority Report: President
———establish flat tax rates for individuals and busi-         and natural resources (see H.R. 2315) [12SE]                Clinton [9NO]
 nesses (see H.R. 2060) [19JY]                              ———treatment of corporations (see H.R. 1629, 2534)          Major League Baseball Restoration Act: President Clin-
———establish special rules for certain gratuitous             [12MY] [25OC]                                               ton [8FE]
 transfers of employer securities to employees (see         ———treatment of corporations, earned income, estate         National Emergency Relative to Lapse of Export Ad-
 H.R. 1962) [29JN]                                            and gift taxes, and liability for prior taxable years       ministration Act: President Clinton [29SE]
———establishment of foreign manufacturing subsidi-            (see H.R. 214) [9JA]                                      Small Business Report: President Clinton [25MY]
 aries by domestic corporations (see H.R. 389) [9JA]        ———treatment of dividends paid by domestic cor-             State of the Union: President Clinton [24JA]
———exclude certain business taxable income relative           porations (see H.R. 232) [9JA]                          Motions
 to sponsorship payments (see H.R. 1161) [8MR]              ———treatment of employer-provided educational as-           Courts: product liability reform (H.R. 956) [9MR]
———extend nonconventional fuel tax credit (see H.R.           sistance (see H.R. 746) [30JA]                              [10MR] [9NO]
 2146) [31JY]                                               ———treatment of family-owned businesses relative            Economy: national objectives priority assignments
———impose a minimum tax on certain foreign and                to estate tax (see H.R. 2190) [3AU]                         (H.R. 9) [3MR]
 foreign-controlled corporations (see H.R. 2166)            ———treatment of foreign source income of U.S.-              Government regulations: moratorium on regulatory
 [2AU]                                                        owned multinational insurance companies (see H.R.           rulemaking actions (H.R. 450) [24FE]
———impose flat tax on earned income and business              2201) [4AU]                                               ———reform regulatory process (H.R. 1022) [28FE]
 taxable income (see H.R. 1780) [7JN]                       ———treatment of foreign tax credit and deduction            Small business: redesign small business programs on
———inapplicability of the look-back method on con-            for taxes paid in lieu of income taxes (see H.R.            loan guarantees, counseling and management, and
 struction contracts requiring the percentage of com-         391) [9JA]                                                  Government contracting (S. 895) [12SE]
 pletion accounting method (see H.R. 2722) [6DE]            ———treatment of group legal services plans (see             Taxation: rates (H.R. 1215) [5AP]
———incentives for the use of alcohol as a fuel (see           H.R. 540, 565) [17JA] [18JA]                              Telecommunications: reform policies regulating com-
 H.R. 2474) [12OC]                                          ———treatment of individual training accounts (see             petition (S. 652) [12OC]
———increase the exclusion for gain from certain                                                                       Reports filed
                                                              H.R. 2338) [14SE]
 small business stock (see H.R. 2385) [21SE]                ———treatment of mutual life insurance company pol-          Atlantic Striped Bass Commercial Harvesting: Com-
———limitation on the deductibility of capital losses                                                                      mittee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1139) (H. Rept.
                                                              icyholder dividends and small life insurance com-
 (see H.R. 233) [9JA]                                                                                                     104–105) [1MY]
                                                              pany acquisition expenses (see H.R. 1497) [7AP]
———make permanent the credit for increasing re-                                                                         Biotechnology Process Patents Protection: Committee
                                                            ———treatment of regular investment tax credits (see
 search activities (see H.R. 803) [2FE]                                                                                   on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 587) (H. Rept. 104–
                                                              H.R. 2384) [21SE]
———make permanent the credit for increasing re-
                                                            ———treatment of small property and casualty insur-            178) [11JY]
 search activities and extend credit eligibility to col-
                                                              ance companies (see H.R. 1515) [7AP]                      Consideration of H.R. 450, Regulatory Transition Act:
 laborative research consortia expenses (see H.R.
                                                            ———workmen’s compensation relative to certain per-            Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 93) (H. Rept.
 2514) [19OC]
                                                              sonal liability assignments (see H.R. 1037) [24FE]          104–45) [22FE]
———minimum State ceiling on tax-exempt private
                                                            Technology: cooperative research and development            Consideration of H.R. 743, Cooperative Efforts Be-
 activity bonds (see H.R. 2707) [5DE]
                                                              agreements relative to inventions (see H.R. 2196)           tween Management and Labor to Improve Economic
———minimum tax on corporations importing prod-
                                                              [4AU]                                                       Competitiveness: Committee on Rules (House) (H.
 ucts at artificially inflated prices (see H.R. 88) [9JA]
                                                            Telecommunications: foreign ownership of licensed fa-         Res. 226) (H. Rept. 104–256) [21SE]
———modify certain rules relating to subchapter S
                                                              cilities (see H.R. 514) [13JA]                            Consideration of H.R. 926, Regulatory Reform and Re-
 corporations (see H.R. 2383) [21SE]
———permanent extension of the transition rule for           ———industry procurement from businesses owned by              lief Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 100)
 certain publicly traded partnerships (see H.R. 1686)         minorities and women (see H.R. 503) [13JA]                  (H. Rept. 104–52) [27FE]
 [23MY]                                                     ———protect facilities, devices, and networks from           Consideration of H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal
———permit tax-free rollover of certain payments               misuse (see H.R. 1004) [21FE]                               Standards Reform Act: Committee on Rules (House)
 made by employers to separated employees (see H.R.         ———repeal cable television must-carry provisions              (H. Res. 108) (H. Rept. 104–69) [7MR]
 1251, 2221) [15MR] [4AU]                                     (see H.R. 525) [17JA]                                     ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 109) (H.
———provide an investment tax credit to assist de-           Tobacco products: establish Federal authority to regu-        Rept. 104–72) [8MR]
 fense contractors converting to nondefense operations        late tobacco and other nicotine containing products       Consideration of H.R. 1022, Risk Assessment and
 (see H.R. 1518) [7AP]                                        (see H.R. 2414) [28SE]                                      Cost-Benefit Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H.
———provide farmers carryover of unused deductions           ———prohibit regulation of tobacco industry (see H.R.          Res. 96) (H. Rept. 104–51) [24FE]
 and a one-time exclusion from gain for certain sales         2283) [7SE]                                               Consideration of S. 219, Regulatory Transition Act:
 and provide health insurance deductions for self-          ———prohibit regulation of tobacco-sponsored adver-            Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 148) (H. Rept.
 employed individuals (see H.R. 1748) [6JN]                   tising used by professional motor sports associations       104–122) [16MY]
———provide incentives for enterprise zone invest-             (see H.R. 2265) [6SE]                                     Dept. of Commerce Abolishment: Committee on Ways
 ment (see H.R. 792) [2FE]                                  ———treatment of overtime exemptions for employees             and Means (House) (H.R. 1756) (H. Rept. 104–260)
———qualification and eligibility requirements for S           relative to the sale and processing of green and            [21SE]
 corporations and shareholders (see H.R. 2039)                cigar leaf tobacco (see H.R. 636) [23JA]                  Dept. of Commerce Scientific Research Services and
 [13JY]                                                     Tourist trade: promote (see H.R. 1083) [28FE]                 Facilities Appropriations: Committee on Science
———rate reduction in times of low economic growth           Trademarks: protection against dilution (see H.R. 1295)       (House) (H.R. 1870) (H. Rept. 104–232) [4AU]
 (see H.R. 2083) [20JY]                                       [22MR]                                                    Dept. of Energy Civilian Research, Development, Dem-
———repeal special limitations on tax-exempt bond            Transportation: reform regulation of transportation in-       onstration, and Commercial Application Activities
 issues (see H.R. 677, 2617) [25JA] [10NO]                    dustries and rail carriers (see H.R. 1436) [6AP]            Appropriations: Committee on Science (House) (H.R.
———requirements for tax exempt trust status relative        Truth in Lending Act: clarify intent and reduce regu-         1816) (H. Rept. 104–236) [4AU]
 to multiple employer health benefits arrangements            latory burdens on creditors (see H.R. 1184) [9MR]         District of Columbia Use of Tax Revenues for Con-
 (see H.R. 1035) [23FE]                                     ———clarify regulations relative to mortgage fees and          struction of a New Convention Center and Sports
———requirements on the percentage of completion               disclosure requirements (see H.R. 2399) [27SE]              Arena and Operation of the Current Convention Cen-
 accounting method for the manufacture of property          TVA: transfer property, facilities, and equipment to          ter: Committee on Government Reform and Over-
 (see H.R. 235, 2208) [9JA] [4AU]                             public and private entities (see H.R. 313) [9JA]            sight (House) (H.R. 2108) (H. Rept. 104–227) [2AU]
———retain alternative minimum tax (see H. Con.              U.S. Enrichment Corp.: privatization (see H.R. 1216)        FCC Competitive Bidding in Granting Licenses and
 Res. 110) [25OC]                                             [13MR]                                                      Permits: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R.
———standards for determining employment status of           U.S. Intellectual Property Organization: establish (see       1218) (H. Rept. 104–88) [23MR]
 independent contractors (see H.R. 1972) [30JN]               H.R. 2533) [25OC]                                         Financial Institutions Regulatory Process and Paper-
———treatment of business meal and entertainment             U.S. Trade Administration: establish (see H.R. 2124)          work Requirements Reform: Committee on Banking
 expenses (see H.R. 408, 662, 974, 2734) [9JA]                [27JY]                                                      and Financial Services (House) (H.R. 1858) (H.
 [24JA] [16FE] [6DE]                                        Urban areas: economic redevelopment (see H.R. 1381)           Rept. 104–193) [18JY]
———treatment of businesses operating abroad (see              [3AP]                                                     Financial Services Competitiveness Act: Committee on
 H.R. 1690) [24MY]                                          Venture Capital Marketing Association: establish (see         Banking and Financial Services (House) (H.R. 1062)
———treatment of businesses with employees working             H.R. 2806) [18DE]                                           (H. Rept. 104–127) [18MY] [13JN]
 in their home or in telecommuting centers (see H.R.        Water: modify bottled drinking water standards (see         ———Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 1062)
 1316) [24MR]                                                 H.R. 2601) [9NO]                                            (H. Rept. 104–127) [22JN]

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BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY                                                              INDEX
  Fishermen’s Protective Act Amendments: Committee             Taxation: extend the veterans’ adjustable rate mortgage       Modoc National Forest Boundary Expansion: Com-
      on Resources (House) (H.R. 716) (H. Rept. 104–               demonstration project (see H.R. 2370) [21SE]                  mittee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1585) (H. Rept.
      47) [23FE]                                               Veterans: housing, training and employment programs               104–307) [6NO]
  Government Regulations Reform: Committee on Gov-                 (see H.R. 2289) [8SE]                                     Prohibit Transfer of Angeles National Forest Lands
      ernment Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 994)          Wetlands: prompt resolution of agricultural use viola-            for Use as a Solid Waste Landfill: Committee on
      (H. Rept. 104–284) [19OC]                                    tion disputes (see H.R. 2496) [18OC]                          Resources (House) (H.R. 924) (H. Rept. 104–309)
  ———Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 994)           CALIFORNIA                                                          [6NO]
      (H. Rept. 104–284) [7NO]                               Bills and resolutions                                           Robert J. Lagomarsino Visitors Center, Channel Islands
  Hopewell Township, PA, Land Transfer to Beaver               Angeles National Forest: extend authority for land pur-           National Park, CA: Committee on Resources (House)
      County Corp. for Economic Development: Com-                  chases (see H.R. 1223) [14MR]                                 (H.J. Res. 50) (H. Rept. 104–10) [27JA]
      mittee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House)      ———prohibit transfer of lands for use as a solid              Trinity Lake Reservoir: Committee on Resources
      (H.R. 308) (H. Rept. 104–372) [30NO]                         waste landfill (see H.R. 924) [13FE]                          (House) (H.R. 1070) (H. Rept. 104–134) [7JN]
  Job Creation and Wage Enhancement Act: Committee             California Urban Environmental Research and Edu-              Trinity River Fish and Wildlife Restoration: Committee
      on Commerce (House) (H.R. 9) (H. Rept. 104–33)               cation Center: continuation of operations (see H.R.           on Resources (House) (H.R. 2243) (H. Rept. 104–
      [15FE]                                                       1781) [7JN]                                                   395) [11DE]
  Medicare and Medicaid Coverage Data Bank Repeal:             Central Valley Project Improvement Act: amend (see          CALIFORNIA URBAN ENVIRONMENTAL RE-
      Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2685)              H.R. 1906, 2738) [21JN] [7DE]                                 SEARCH AND EDUCATION CENTER
      (H. Rept. 104–394) [11DE]                                Cleveland National Forest: land exchange and boundary       Bills and resolutions
  National Labor Relations Act Amendments: Committee               adjustment (see H.R. 207) [9JA]                           Management: continuation of operations (see H.R.
      on Educational and Economic Opportunities (House)        Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife                   1781) [7JN]
      (H.R. 743) (H. Rept. 104–248) [18SE]                         Refuge: designate (see H.R. 1253) [15MR]                CALLAHAN, SONNY (a Representative from Ala-
  Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act Amendments:          Economy: promote balance between natural resources,               bama)
      Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 1103) (H.             economic development and job retention (see H.R.        Appointments
      Rept. 104–207) [26JY]                                        2712) [5DE]                                               Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Shimon
  Product Liability Reform: Committee on Commerce              EPA: rescind implementation plan for the South Coast,             Peres Into the House Chamber [12DE]
      (House) (H.R. 10) (H. Rept. 104–50) [24FE]                                                                             Conferee: H.R. 889, Dept. of Defense supplemental
                                                                   Ventura, and Sacramento areas of California (see
  ———Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 917)                                                                                    appropriations and rescissions to enhance military
                                                                   H.R. 1025) [23FE]
      (H. Rept. 104–63) [1MR]                                                                                                    readiness [28MR]
                                                               Fort Ord, CA: convey certain real property to Seaside,
  Registration and Protection of Copyrights and Trade-                                                                       ———H.R. 1158, supplemental appropriations and re-
                                                                   CA (see H.R. 731) [30JA]
      marks: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.                                                                            scissions [2MY]
                                                               Government regulations: prevent preemption of State           ———H.R. 1817, military construction, family hous-
      1295) (H. Rept. 104–374) [30NO]                              fluid milk standards (see H.R. 1298) [22MR]                   ing, and base closure and realignment appropriations
  Regulatory Reform and Relief Act: Committee on the           INS: deployment of Border Patrol agents and improve-              [7SE]
      Judiciary (House) (H.R. 926) (H. Rept. 104–48)               ment of physical barriers at the border near San          ———H.R. 1868, foreign operations, export financing,
      [23FE]                                                       Diego, CA (see H.R. 1658) [17MY]                              and related programs appropriations [12OC]
  Regulatory Transition Act: Committee on Government           Lake Tahoe Basin National Forest: designate (see H.R.         ———H.R. 2002, Dept. of Transportation and related
      Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 450) (H. Rept.            2122) [26JY]                                                  agencies appropriations [8SE]
      104–39) [16FE]                                           Law enforcement: terminate certain border patrol traffic    Bills and resolutions introduced by
  Small Business Credit Efficiency Act: Committee on               checkpoint operations (see H.R. 340) [9JA]                Budget: establish 2-year cycle (see H.R. 766) [1FE]
      Small Business (House) (H.R. 2150) (H. Rept. 104–        Modoc National Forest: expand boundaries (see H.R.            Citizenship: constitutional amendment restricting citi-
      238) [6SE]                                                   1585) [9MY]                                                   zenship by virtue of birth in U.S. (see H.J. Res.
  Small Business Lending Enhancement Act: Committee            Monterey Peninsula: tribute to language diversity ef-             88) [17MY]
      of Conference (S. 895) (H. Rept. 104–269) [28SE]             forts by community leaders (see H. Res. 266)              Foreign operations, export financing, and related pro-
  Status of Federal Contractors That Hire Permanent Re-            [14NO]                                                        grams: making appropriations (see H.R. 1868, 2666)
      placements for Striking Employees: Committee on          Oceans: establish a California ocean protection zone              [15JN] [18NO]
      Economic and Educational Opportunities (House)               (see H.R. 1890) [20JN]                                    Holk Post Office Building, Foley, AL: designate (see
      (H.R. 1176) (H. Rept. 104–163) [27JN]                    Old Spanish Trail and Northern Branch Trail: inclusion            H.R. 2262) [6SE]
  Supersede the Modification of Final Judgment in U.S.             in the National Trails System (see H.R. 2728) [6DE]     Conference reports
      v. Western Electric: Committee on the Judiciary          Outer Continental Shelf: moratorium on leasing, explo-        Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Pro-
      (House) (H.R. 1528) (H. Rept. 104–203) [24JY]                ration, and development (see H.R. 219) [9JA]                  grams Appropriations (H.R. 1868) [26OC]
  Technology Transfer Improvements Act: Committee on           Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency: implement            Motions offered by
      Science (House) (H.R. 2196) (H. Rept. 104–390)               basin management plan to eliminate groundwater            Foreign operations, export financing, and related pro-
      [7DE]                                                        overdraft and seawater intrusion (see H.R. 2549)              grams: making appropriations (H.R. 1868), con-
  U.S. Enrichment Corp. Privatization: Committee on                [26OC]                                                        ference report [31OC] [15NO] [13DE]
      Commerce (House) (H.R. 1216) (H. Rept. 104–86)           Presidio: management of facilities (see H.R. 1296)          Reports filed
      [23MR]                                                                                                                 Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Pro-
                                                                   [22MR]
BUTTE COUNTY, CA                                                                                                                 grams Appropriations: Committee of Conference
                                                               Public lands: clear Federal lands of forest fuels for
Bills and resolutions                                                                                                            (H.R. 1866) (H. Rept. 104–295) [26OC]
                                                                   the prevention of catastrophic wildfires (see H.R.
  Public lands: conveyance of lands to certain individuals                                                                   ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
                                                                   770) [1FE]
      (see H.R. 440) [9JA]                                                                                                       1868) (H. Rept. 104–143) [15JN]
                                                               ———conveyance of land to the Del Norte County
  ———conveyance of lands to certain individuals (H.R.                                                                      CALVERT, KEN (a Representative from California)
                                                                   Unified School District (see H.R. 2709) [5DE]
      440), consideration (see H. Res. 53) [31JA]                                                                          Appointments
                                                               ———conveyance of land to the Hoopa Valley Tribe               Conferee: S. 395, sale of Alaska Power Administration
Reports filed                                                      (see H.R. 2710) [5DE]                                         hydroelectric projects and export of Alaska North
  Consideration of H.R. 440, Conveyance of Lands to            Robert J. Lagomarsino Visitors Center, Channel Islands            Slope crude oil [25JY]
      Certain Individuals: Committee on Rules (House) (H.          National Park: designate (see H.J. Res. 50) [11JA]      Bills and resolutions introduced by
      Res. 53) (H. Rept. 104–14) [31JA]                        Sequoia National Park: renewal of cabin permits to            Dept. of HHS: verification of employee Social Security
  Conveyance of Lands to Certain Individuals: Com-                 heirs in Mineral King Addition (see H.R. 2528)                information (see H.R. 502) [13JA]
      mittee on Resources (House) (H.R. 440) (H. Rept.             [25OC]                                                    Petroleum: management of royalties from Federal and
      104–9) [27JA]                                            Trinity Lake: designate reservoir (see H.R. 1070)                 Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas leases (see H.R.
BUYER, STEPHEN E. (a Representative from Indiana)                  [28FE]                                                        1975) [30JN]
Appointments                                                   Trinity River: restoration of fish and wildlife (see H.R.     Screen Actors Guild: contributions by members to a
  Conferee: H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations             2243) [4AU]                                                   private, self-sustaining endowment for the arts (see
      [21SE]                                                   Water: reuse and recycling projects (see H.R. 1879)               H. Con. Res. 70) [18MY]
  ———S. 652, Telecommunications Competition and                    [16JN]                                                  CALVERTON, NY
      Deregulation Act [12OC]                                Reports filed                                                 Bills and resolutions
Bills and resolutions introduced by                            Cleveland National Forest Land Exchange and Bound-            Dept. of Defense: transfer portion of Naval Weapons
  Bosnia and Herzegovina: U.S. military enforcement of             ary Adjustment: Committee on Resources (House)                Industrial Reserve Plant to the Calverton National
      peace agreement between Serbian, Croatian, and               (H.R. 207) (H. Rept. 104–310) [6NO]                           Cemetery (see H.R. 1365) [30MR]
      Muslim forces (see H. Res. 295, 298, 302) [12DE]         Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife               Otis G. Pike Preserve: designate (see H.R. 2811)
      [13DE]                                                       Refuge Designation: Committee on Resources                    [19DE]
  ———U.S. military intervention (see H. Res. 247)                  (House) (H.R. 1253) (H. Rept. 104–290) [24OC]           CAMBODIA, STATE OF
      [30OC]                                                   Management of Presidio, CA, Facilities: Committee on        Bills and resolutions
  Solid waste: State control over transportation of munic-         Resources (House) (H.R. 1296) (H. Rept. 104–234)          Commission on MIA and POW in Southeast Asia:
      ipal solid waste (see H.R. 1288) [22MR]                      [4AU]                                                         establish (see H.R. 2174) [2AU]

                                                                                      3276
                                                                                       INDEX                                                              CARIBBEAN NATIONS

  Foreign trade: most-favored-nation status (see H.R.             Private Property Protection Act: Committee on the Ju-          Conferee: H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent
      1451, 1642) [6AP] [16MY]                                        diciary (House) (H.R. 925) (H. Rept. 104–46) [23FE]            budget resolution [30OC]
  POW/MIA: granting of asylum to certain foreign na-              Prohibit Partial-Birth Abortions: Committee on the Ju-       Bills and resolutions introduced by
      tionals assisting in the return of living POW/MIA               diciary (House) (H.R. 1833) (H. Rept. 104–267)             Budget: amend the budget process to require joint
      (see H.R. 460) [9JA]                                            [27SE]                                                         budget resolutions and the inclusion of public debt
Reports filed                                                   CANAL ZONE see PANAMA CANAL                                          limit extension (see H.R. 2622) [13NO]
  Most-Favored-Nation Status for Cambodia: Committee            CAPITAL BUDGET COMMISSION                                        Insurance: coverage and treatment of emergency serv-
      on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 1642) (H. Rept.           Bills and resolutions                                                ices under health plans (see H.R. 2011) [11JY]
      104–160) [27JN]                                             Establish (see H.R. 1302) [22MR]                               Medicare: colorectal screening (see H.R. 922) [13FE]
CAMEROON, REPUBLIC OF                                           CAPITAL PUNISHMENT related term(s) COURTS                        ———expand coverage of part B preventive care bene-
Bills and resolutions                                           Bills and resolutions                                                fits (see H.R. 2777) [13DE]
  Foreign policy: democracy and human rights situation            AIDS: criminal penalties relative to intentional trans-        Small business: increase deductions for health insur-
      (see H. Con. Res. 93) [4AU]                                     mission (see H.R. 630) [23JA]                                  ance costs of self-employed individuals (see H.R.
CAMP, DAVE (a Representative from Michigan)                       Constitutional amendments: prohibit (see H.J. Res. 99)             691) [26JA]
Appointments                                                          [30JN]                                                     Tariff: spice products (see H.R. 2129) [27JY]
  Conferee: H.R. 4, Personal Responsibility Act [29SE]            Courts: establish effective procedures (see H.R. 729)          Taxation: church pension benefit plans (see H.R. 528)
Bills and resolutions introduced by                                   [30JA]                                                         [17JA]
  House of Representatives: require audit of financial            ———funding for death penalty resource centers (see             ———depreciation rules for the alternative minimum
      records and administrative functions and thorough               H.R. 1984) [30JN]                                              tax (see H.R. 1092) [1MR]
      examination of Members’ allowances (see H. Res.             ———include multiple deaths as an aggravating factor            ———provide exemption to market discount rules for
      16) [9JA]                                                       in determination of sentencing (see H.R. 1811) [9JN]           tax-exempt obligations (see H.R. 843) [7FE]
  Taxation: exclude certain business taxable income rel-          Crime: clarify method of execution for Federal pris-           ———treatment of foreign source income of U.S.-
      ative to sponsorship payments (see H.R. 1161)                   oners (see H.R. 2359) [19SE]                                   owned multinational insurance companies (see H.R.
      [8MR]                                                       ———establish penalty relative to murders of State                  2201) [4AU]
  ———prevent reclassification of certain dues paid to                 and local correctional officers by prisoners (see H.R.     ———treatment of interest paid on educational loans
      tax-exempt agricultural and horticultural organiza-             154) [9JA]                                                     (see H.R. 1793) [8JN]
      tions (see H.R. 783) [1FE]                                  ———modify penalty for drug kingpins (see H.R. 147)           CARGO TRANSPORTATION related term(s) AVIA-
  ———treatment of effectively-connected investment                    [9JA]                                                          TION; MERCHANT MARINE INDUSTRY; RAIL-
      income of insurance companies (see H.R. 1178)               Nigeria: impose economic sanctions (see H.R. 2697)                 ROADS; SHIPPING INDUSTRY; TRANSPORTATION;
      [9MR]                                                           [30NO]                                                         TRUCKING INDUSTRY
CANADA                                                          Reports filed                                                  Bills and resolutions
Bills and resolutions                                             Effective Death Penalty Act: Committee on the Judici-          Aviation: air cargo jetport funding (see H.R. 2449)
  Ecology and environment: authorizing certain oper-                  ary (House) (H.R. 729) (H. Rept. 104–23) [8FE]                 [29SE]
      ations of Canadian oil spill response and recovery        CAPITOL BUILDING AND GROUNDS                                     ———Great Lakes International Air Cargo Superport
      vessels in U.S. waters (see H.R. 2563) [31OC]             Bills and resolutions                                                construction funding (see H.R. 2448) [29SE]
  Foreign countries: border-crossing fees for vehicles or         American Iron and Steel Institute: authorizing use of          Barges: certificate of documentation (see H.R. 1108,
      pedestrians entering the U.S. from Canada or Mexico             grounds for display of steel home building materials           1238) [1MR] [14MR]
      (see H. Con. Res. 28) [14FE]                                    (see H. Con. Res. 85) [20JY]                               Falmouth, MA: deauthorize portion of navigation
  Foreign trade: ensure protection of worker rights and           Capitol Visitor Center: establish (see H.R. 1230)                  project (see H.R. 1106) [1MR]
      environmental standards in any trade agreement (see             [14MR]                                                     Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund: reduce tax (see H.R.
      H.R. 2714) [5DE]                                            Commission on Women’s Art in the U.S. Capitol: es-                 1138) [6MR]
  ———imposition of duty on certain Canadian wood                      tablish (see H. Con. Res. 128) [22DE]                      Merchant marine industry: reform certain ocean ship-
      and lumber products (see H.R. 2802) [18DE]                  Firefighter Challenge: authorizing use of grounds for              ping practices (see H.R. 1081) [28FE]
  NAFTA: funding of infrastructure projects relative to               event (see H. Con. Res. 46) [21MR]                         Motor vehicles: remove limitations on maximum driv-
      border traffic (see H.R. 2743) [7DE]                        Greater Washington Soap Box Derby: authorizing use
                                                                                                                                     ing and on-duty time of utility vehicle operators
  ———withdraw supplemental agreements on labor and                    of grounds (see H. Con. Res. 38) [10MR]
                                                                                                                                     and drivers (see H.R. 2144) [31JY]
      environmental cooperation (see H.R. 796) [2FE]              Holocaust: use of the rotunda for a ceremony to honor
                                                                                                                                 M/V Marion C II (vessel): certificate of documentation
  ———withdrawal (see H.R. 499, 2651) [13JA] [16NO]                    victims (see H. Con. Res. 20, 106) [25JA] [11OC]
                                                                  House of Representatives: enclosure of the galleries               (see H.R. 2554) [26OC]
  St. Lawrence Seaway: eliminate tolls and encourage
                                                                                                                                 Railroads: abolish the Local Rail Freight Assistance
      trade (see H. Con. Res. 127) [22DE]                             with a transparent and substantial material (see H.
  Taxation: exclude ferries from the excise tax intended                                                                             Program (see H.R. 2216) [4AU]
                                                                      Res. 19) [9JA]
                                                                  Lobbyists: limit access to the Hall of the House of            ———preservation of infrastructure (see H.R. 2205)
      for gambling vessels (see H.R. 1603) [10MY]
                                                                      Representatives (see H. Res. 286) [29NO]                       [4AU]
CANADY, CHARLES T. (a Representative from Flor-
                                                                  Michel, Robert H.: naming of certain rooms in the              Roads and highways: study methods to reduce acci-
      ida)
                                                                      Capitol in honor (see H. Res. 65) [8FE]                        dents caused by drivers falling asleep while oper-
Bills and resolutions introduced by
  Abortion: prohibit partial-birth abortions (see H.R.            Monuments and memorials: authorize the Newington-                  ating certain commercial motor vehicles (see H.R.
      1833) [14JN]                                                    Cropsey Foundation to erect a monument dedicated               456) [9JA]
  CERCLA: moratorium on enforcement actions against                   to the Bill of Rights (see H. Con. Res. 114) [17NO]        Ships and vessels: revitalize U.S.-flag merchant marine
      certain individuals (see H.R. 795) [2FE]                    RAH–66 Comanche helicopter: authorizing use of                     (see H.R. 1350) [29MR]
  Civil rights: affirmative action policies (see H.R. 2128)           grounds for display (see H. Con. Res. 74) [13JN]           ———revitalize U.S.-flag merchant marine (H.R.
      [27JY]                                                      Real estate: sale of certain real property (see H.R.               1350), consideration (see H. Res. 287) [30NO]
  Courts: judicial remedies regarding prison conditions               2620) [10NO]                                             Reports filed
      (see H.R. 554) [18JA]                                       Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus: author-             Consideration of H.R. 1350, Revitalize U.S.-Flag Mer-
  Government: reform disclosure of lobbying activities                izing use of grounds for anniversary commemoration             chant Marine: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
      to influence the Federal Government (see H.R. 2564)             (see H. Con. Res. 34) [8MR]                                    287) (H. Rept. 104–375) [30NO]
      [31OC]                                                      Rotunda: use of for a dedication ceremony for the              Revitalize U.S.-Flag Merchant Marine: Committee on
  ———reform disclosure of lobbying activities to influ-               placement of a bust of Raoul Wallenberg in the                 National Security (House) (H.R. 1350) (H. Rept.
      ence the Federal Government (S. 1060), technical                Capitol (see H. Con. Res. 94) [4AU]                            104–229) [3AU]
      corrections (see H. Con. Res. 116) [29NO]                   Special Olympics: authorizing use of grounds for torch       CARIBBEAN NATIONS
  Real property: compensation to owners of private prop-              relay (see H. Con. Res. 64) [1MY]                        Bills and resolutions
      erty relative to regulatory restrictions (see H.R. 925)   Reports filed                                                    Cuba: congressional notification and reporting require-
      [14FE]                                                      Capitol Building and Grounds Use for Greater Wash-                 ments on U.S. negotiations (see H.R. 1909) [21JN]
Reports filed                                                         ington Soap Box Derby: Committee on Transpor-              ———exception to trade embargo for medicines and
  Allow Employee Association Members To Represent                     tation and Infrastructure (House) (H. Con. Res. 38)            medical supplies, instruments, or equipment (see
      Their Views Before the Government: Committee on                 (H. Rept. 104–150) [21JN]                                      H.R. 1679, 1700) [18MY] [24MY]
      the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 782) (H. Rept. 104–             Special Olympics Torch Relay on Capitol Building               ———lift trade embargo (see H.R. 883) [9FE]
      230) [4AU]                                                      Grounds: Committee on Transportation and Infra-            ———U.S. assistance relative to the establishment of
  Constitutional Amendment To Limit Congressional                     structure (House) (H. Con. Res. 64) (H. Rept. 104–             a transitional government (see H.R. 611) [20JA]
      Terms: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.J.                 113) [9MY]                                                 Haiti: establish a nongovernmental assistance program
      Res. 2) (H. Rept. 104–67) [6MR]                           CARDIN, BENJAMIN L. (a Representative from Mary-                     (see H.R. 617) [20JA]
  Housing for Older Persons Act: Committee on the Judi-               land)                                                      ———immigration status for certain children (see H.R.
      ciary (House) (H.R. 660) (H. Rept. 104–91) [28MR]         Appointments                                                         853) [7FE]
  Lobbying Disclosure Act: Committee on the Judiciary             Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe               NAFTA: effect on Caribbean Basin Initiative (see H.R.
      (House) (H.R. 2564) (H. Rept. 104–339) [14NO]                   [22FE]                                                         465, 553) [11JA] [18JA]

                                                                                          3277
CARIBBEAN NATIONS                                                                        INDEX
  Trinidad and Tobago: prohibit economic and military               ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1655), consid-             ———awareness of charitable beneficiaries of their in-
      assistance relative to illicit drug trafficking (see H.R.         eration (see H. Res. 216) [7SE]                                terests in certain charitable remainder trusts (see
      1125) [3MR]                                                   ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1655), consid-                 H.R. 32) [9JA]
CARLTON COUNTY, MN                                                      eration of conference report (see H. Res. 318)             ———excise taxes on excess benefits from certain tax-
Bills and resolutions                                                   [20DE]                                                         exempt organizations (see H.R. 2316) [12SE]
  Public lands: conveyance of certain lands (see H.R.               ———limit funding (see H.R. 2592) [7NO]                         ———impose penalties on self-dealing between certain
      2238) [4AU]                                                 Conference reports                                                   tax-exempt organizations and disqualified persons
CAROLYN (vessel)                                                    Intelligence Services Appropriations (H.R. 1655)                   (see H.R. 613) [20JA]
Bills and resolutions                                                   [20DE]                                                     ———treatment of charitable contributions to private
  Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 1550) [2MY]              Reports filed                                                        organizations providing assistance to the poor (see
CASTLE, MICHAEL N. (a Representative from Dela-                     Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1655, In-               H.R. 1768, 2225) [7JN] [4AU]
      ware)                                                             telligence Services Appropriations: Committee on           ———treatment of charitable risk pools (see H.R.
Appointments                                                            Rules (House) (H. Res. 318) (H. Rept. 104–429)                 1299) [22MR]
  Committee on Intelligence (House, Select) [4JA]                       [20DE]                                                     ———treatment of gifts of publicly traded stock to
  Conferee: H.R. 1655, intelligence services appropria-             Consideration of H.R. 1655, Intelligence Services Ap-              certain private foundations (see H.R. 284) [9JA]
      tions [17OC]                                                      propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.          Veterans: exempt organizations from regulations pro-
Bills and resolutions introduced by                                     216) (H. Rept. 104–241) [7SE]                                  hibiting the solicitation of contributions on postal
  Budget: establish a budget reserve account for emer-              Intelligence Services Appropriations: Committee of                 property (see H.R. 467) [11JA]
      gencies (see H.R. 1245) [15MR]                                    Conference (H.R. 1655) (H. Rept. 104–427) [20DE]         Reports filed
  Coins: authorize minting of platinum and gold coins               ———Committee on Government Reform and Over-                    Clarify Exemptions From Securities and Antitrust Laws
      and reform commemorative coin program (see H.R.                   sight (House) (H.R. 1655) (H. Rept. 104–138)                   Relative to Charitable Gift Annuities: Committee on
      2614) [10NO]                                                      [19JY]                                                         Commerce (House) (H.R. 2519) (H. Rept. 104–333)
  Credit: expand availability by lifting growth cap on              ———Committee on Intelligence (House, Select) (H.R.                 [10NO]
      limited service financial institutions (see H.R. 1491)            1655) (H. Rept. 104–138) [14JN]                            ———Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.
      [7AP]                                                       CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT IMPROVEMENT                                   2525) (H. Rept. 104–336) [14NO]
  Defense Production Act: reauthorization (see H.R.                     ACT                                                      CHARLESTOWN, IN
      2204) [4AU]                                                 Bills and resolutions                                          Bills and resolutions
  Eximbank: tied aid credit program reauthorization (see            Amend (see H.R. 1906, 2738) [21JN] [7DE]                       Indiana Army Ammunition Plant: conveyance of prop-
      H.R. 2203) [4AU]                                            CEYLON see SRI LANKA, REPUBLIC OF                                    erty for inclusion in State park (see H.R. 1399)
  Foreign aid: authorizing contributions to International                                                                              [5AP]
                                                                  CHABOT, STEVE (a Representative from Ohio)
      Development Association, Asian Development Bank,                                                                           CHARLOTTE K (vessel)
                                                                  Bills and resolutions introduced by
      and the IMF (see H.R. 1667) [18MY]                                                                                         Bills and resolutions
                                                                    Agriculture: price supports (see H.R. 2523) [24OC]
  House of Representatives: official mail allowance (see                                                                           Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 2257) [4AU]
                                                                    CCC: limit farm and export expenditures (see H.R.
      H.R. 923, 1755) [13FE] [7JN]                                                                                               CHAVEZ, CESAR E.
  Tariff: dichlorofopmethyl (see H.R. 2615) [10NO]                      2523) [24OC]
                                                                    Crime: false identification documents (see H.R. 1552)        Bills and resolutions
  ———thidiazuron (see H.R. 2616) [10NO]                                                                                            Birthday: designate as Federal holiday (see H.J. Res.
                                                                        [3MY]
CEMETERIES AND FUNERALS related term(s) NA-                                                                                            84) [30MR]
                                                                    ———sexual exploitation of children (see H.R. 1240)
      TIONAL CEMETERIES                                                                                                          CHELAN COUNTY, WA
Bills and resolutions                                                   [15MR]
                                                                                                                                 Bills and resolutions
  Calverton, NY: transfer portion of Naval Weapons In-            CHAMBLISS, SAXBY (a Representative from Georgia)
                                                                                                                                   Wenatachee National Forest: land exchange (see H.R.
      dustrial Reserve Plant to the Calverton National            Bills and resolutions introduced by
                                                                                                                                       2518) [20OC]
      Cemetery (see H.R. 1365) [30MR]                               Agriculture: price supports for peanuts (see H.R. 2189)
                                                                        [3AU]                                                    CHEMICAL WEAPONS related term(s) WEAPONS
  Grand Lake, CO: maintenance of cemetery in Rocky                                                                               Bills and resolutions
      Mountain National Park (see H.R. 1415) [5AP]                  Solid waste: exemption for recoverable materials re-
                                                                                                                                   Iraq: compliance with U.N. arms control and human
  National cemeteries: expand eligibility for burial of                 used during industrial process (see H.R. 2335)
                                                                                                                                       rights resolutions (see H. Res. 200) [24JY]
      veterans who die in State nursing homes (see H.R.                 [14SE]
                                                                                                                                   Munitions: transportation (see H.R. 1123) [3MR]
      2513) [19OC]                                                CHAPMAN, JIM (a Representative from Texas)                       Veterans: extend eligibility period for priority health
  National Guard: honor guard functions at funerals for           Appointments                                                         care to those exposed to toxic substances, radiation,
      veterans (see H.R. 299) [9JA]                                 Conferee: H.R. 1905, energy and water development                  or environmental hazards (see H.R. 1565) [3MY]
  Taxation: treatment of owners of pre-need funeral trusts              appropriations [7SE]                                     Messages
      (see H.R. 1729) [25MY]                                        ———H.R. 2099, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and                   National Emergency Relative to Proliferation of Weap-
  Veterans: restoration of the grave marker allowance                   HUD, and sundry independent agencies appropria-                ons of Mass Destruction: President Clinton [16FE]
      (see H.R. 301) [9JA]                                              tions [2NO]                                                    [18MY] [8NO]
CENSUS, U.S.                                                      Bills and resolutions introduced by                            Reports filed
Bills and resolutions                                               Ecology and environment: provide assistance to rural           Eligibility Period for Priority Health Care to Veterans
  Poverty: publication of data (see H.R. 919) [13FE]                    and disadvantaged communities under the State                  Exposed to Toxic Substances, Radiation, or Environ-
CENTERS FOR DISEASE CONTROL                                             water pollution control revolving loan program (see            mental Hazards: Committee on Veterans Affairs
Bills and resolutions                                                   H.R. 692) [26JA]                                               (House) (H.R. 1565) (H. Rept. 104–158) [26JN]
  Health: develop and implement research strategies to              Firearms: repeal ban on assault weapons and large ca-        CHEMICALS
      prevent birth defects (see H.R. 1010) [22FE]                      pacity ammunition feeding devices (see H.R. 125)         Bills and resolutions
  Women: establish offices of women’s health within                     [9JA]                                                      Air pollution: repeal certain Clean Air Act stratospheric
      certain Federal agencies (see H.R. 1736) [25MY]               Government regulations: reform (see H.R. 994) [21FE]               ozone protection provisions (see H.R. 475) [11JA]
CENTRAL AMERICA                                                     Regulatory Sunset Commission: establish (see H.R.              Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program:
Bills and resolutions                                                   122) [9JA]                                                     management (see H.R. 979) [16FE]
  Panama: negotiation of a new agreement relative to              CHARITIES related term(s) NONPROFIT ORGANIZA-                    Ecology and environment: transition from use of halons
      the presence of U.S. Armed Forces and the Panama                  TIONS; TAX-EXEMPT ORGANIZATIONS                                and chlorofluorocarbons to substitute compounds
      Canal (see H. Con. Res. 4, 9) [9JA]                         Bills and resolutions                                                (see H.R. 2367) [20SE]
CENTRAL BERING SEA FISHERIES ENFORCE-                               Charitable gift annuities: clarify exemptions from secu-       Hazardous substances: require one-call notification sys-
      MENT ACT                                                          rities and antitrust laws (see H.R. 2519, 2525)                tem to protect against chemical spills (see H.R.
Bills and resolutions                                                   [24OC]                                                         2440) [29SE]
  Sea of Okhotsk: prohibit fishing by U.S. fishermen                Labor unions: clarify standards on use of business             Health: require the removal of silicone gel and saline
      (see H.R. 715) [26JA]                                             property or facilities by community organizations rel-         breast implants and conduct chemical and industrial
Reports filed                                                           ative to similar usage for union advocacy activities           safety research (see H.R. 2796) [15DE]
  Prohibit Fishing by U.S. Fishermen in the Sea of                      (see H.R. 2497) [18OC]                                     Small business: liability requirements for remediation
      Okhotsk: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R.                 Nonprofit organizations: encourage the donation of                 of dry cleaning solvents (see H.R. 2522) [24OC]
      715) (H. Rept. 104–42) [21FE]                                     food and grocery products to needy individuals (see        Sulfur dioxide: reportable quantity for regulatory notifi-
CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY                                             H.R. 2428) [29SE]                                              cation (see H.R. 2595) [8NO]
Appointments                                                        Surplus Government property: distribution to nonprofit         Treaties and agreements: make regulatory correction
  Conferees: H.R. 1655, intelligence services appropria-                organizations providing assistance to the hungry or            relative to methyl bromide and the Montreal Protocol
      tions [17OC]                                                      indigent (see H.R. 863) [8FE]                                  (see H.R. 2230) [4AU]
Bills and resolutions                                               Taxation: allow nonitemizers a deduction for a portion         Water pollution: eliminate certain discharges of chlo-
  Intelligence services: authorizing appropriations (see                of their charitable contributions (see H.R. 1493,              rine compounds into navigable waters (see H.R.
      H.R. 1655) [17MY]                                                 1575) [7AP] [3MY]                                              1400) [5AP]

                                                                                            3278
                                                                                    INDEX                                                           CHILDREN AND YOUTH

CHENOWETH, HELEN (a Representative from Idaho)                 ———sexual exploitation of children (see H.R. 1240)            Foster care: treatment of abandoned infants (see H.R.
Bills and resolutions introduced by                              [15MR]                                                         1044) [24FE]
  Agriculture: compensate producers for damages in-            ———treatment of juvenile records (see H.R. 2817)              Freedom of religion: prohibit religious coercion in
      curred due to trade embargoes (see H.R. 2263) [6SE]        [20DE]                                                         schools (see H.R. 2034) [13JY]
  ———coverage of seed crops under the noninsured               Dept. of Defense: conversion of certain military instal-      Haiti: immigration status for certain children (see H.R.
      crop disaster assistance program (see H.R. 2093)           lations into correctional facilities for youthful offend-      853) [7FE]
      [21JY]                                                     ers (see H.R. 472) [11JA]                                   Health: adolescent health demonstration projects (see
  National forests: penalties for tree spiking (see H.R.       ———transportation of certain children requiring spe-             H.R. 172) [9JA]
      2094) [21JY]                                               cialized medical services in the U.S. (see H.R. 332)        ———develop and implement research strategies to
CHICAGO, IL                                                      [9JA]                                                          prevent birth defects (see H.R. 1010) [22FE]
Bills and resolutions                                          Dept. of Veterans Affairs: compensation for children          ———equal coverage for all children enrolled in
  Charles A. Hayes Post Office Building: designate (see          of veterans exposed to ionizing radiation (see H.R.            health care plans under a family class of enrollment
      H.R. 2704) [5DE]                                           2401) [27SE]                                                   (see H.R. 1012) [22FE]
  Housing: provide assistance for emergency repairs of         Diseases: pediatric and adolescent AIDS (see H. Con.          ———maternity and housing services for pregnant
      low-income housing projects operated by the Chi-           Res. 62) [7AP]                                                 women (see H.R. 1065) [27FE]
      cago Housing Authority (see H.R. 167) [9JA]              District of Columbia: transfer title of real property in      ———prevention of fetal alcohol syndrome (see H.R.
CHICKALOON-MOOSE CREEK NATIVE ASSO-                              Anacostia Park to facilitate construction of the Na-           1649) [16MY]
      CIATION, INC.                                              tional Children’s Island (see H.R. 1508) [7AP]              ———require health plans to provide coverage for a
Bills and resolutions                                          Domestic policy: greatest asset of the U.S. (see H.              minimum hospital stay for mothers and newborn in-
  Alaska: conveyance of certain lands under the Alaska           Res. 165) [8JN]                                                fants following birth (see H.R. 1936, 1948, 1950,
      Native Claims Settlement Act (see H.R. 2560)             Drunken driving: strengthen Federal prevention laws              1955, 1968, 1970; H. Con. Res. 79) [27JN] [28JN]
      [30OC]                                                     (see H.R. 588) [19JA]                                          [29JN]
CHIHUAHUA, MEXICO                                              Education: eliminate opportunity-to-learn standards (see      ———require hearing loss testing for all newborns
Bills and resolutions                                            H.R. 977, 1045) [16FE] [24FE]                                  (see H.R. 396) [9JA]
  Roads and highways: establish highway corridor dem-          ———establish comprehensive early childhood edu-               ———research (see H.R. 1735) [25MY]
      onstration project from Chihuahua, Mexico, through         cation and staff development programs (see H.R.             Health care professionals: training for the identification
      El Paso, TX, to Denver, CO (see H.R. 202) [9JA]            968) [15FE]                                                    and referral of victims of domestic violence (see
CHILDREN AND YOUTH related term(s) COLLEGES                    ———establish mentoring programs for at-risk youths               H.R. 1521) [7AP]
      AND UNIVERSITIES; EDUCATION; FAMILIES AND                  (see H.R. 2708) [5DE]                                       Homeless: determination of the immunization status of
      DOMESTIC RELATIONS; SCHOOLS                              ———Impact Aid Program technical corrections (see                 children living in certain federally assisted housing
Bills and resolutions                                            H.R. 1894) [20JN]                                              and shelters (see H.R. 192) [9JA]
  Abortion: constitutional amendment on right to life (see     ———provide demonstration grants to secondary                  House Rules: require that committee reports on legisla-
      H.J. Res. 18, 23, 26, 72, 90) [9JA] [1MR] [23MY]           schools to extend the academic year (see H.R. 2252)            tion contain analysis of impact on children (see H.
  ———protection of reproductive rights and access to             [4AU]                                                          Res. 184) [10JY]
      reproductive health care clinics (see H.R. 1952)                                                                       Human life: definition from conception (see H.R. 2087)
                                                               ———release of student records to State and county
      [28JN]                                                                                                                    [20JY]
                                                                 prosecutors (see H.R. 2398) [27SE]
  AFDC: deny benefits to children who have not received                                                                      Human rights: protect the right to life of born and
                                                               ———require expulsion of students convicted of vio-
      preventive health care or been immunized (see H.R.                                                                        unborn persons (see H.R. 1625) [12MY]
                                                                 lent crimes in schools receiving Federal assistance
      191) [9JA]                                                                                                             ———trafficking of Burmese women and girls into
                                                                 (see H.R. 2698) [30NO]
  ———reform (see H.R. 741, 886) [30JA] [9FE]                                                                                    Thailand for forced prostitution (see H. Con. Res.
                                                               ———tuition income tax credit (see H.R. 156) [9JA]
  ———remove disincentives that prevent recipients                                                                               21) [1FE]
                                                               Employment: provide limited exemptions from certain
      from moving toward self-sufficiency (see H.R. 950)                                                                     Immigration and Nationality Act: amend by substituting
                                                                 child labor provisions (see H.R. 1228) [14MR]
      [15FE]                                                                                                                    ‘‘children born out of wedlock’’ for ‘‘illegitimate
                                                               ———reform child labor laws (see H.R. 1049) [24FE]
  ———replace with State block grant programs (see                                                                               children’’ references (see H.R. 1204) [10MR]
                                                               ERISA: allow victims of child abuse to collect mone-
      H.R. 513) [13JA]                                                                                                       Income: require monthly reporting of child support ob-
                                                                 tary awards from an abuser’s pension (see H.R.
  Airlines: require use of child safety restraint systems                                                                       ligations to consumer credit agencies (see H.R. 314)
                                                                 2140) [28JY]
      (see H.R. 1309) [23MR]                                                                                                    [9JA]
                                                               Fair Labor Standards Act: child labor provisions rel-
  Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of                                                                           Individuals With Disabilities Education Act: reauthorize
                                                                 ative to loading of materials into balers and com-
      grounds for Greater Washington Soap Box Derby                                                                             (see H.R. 1986) [30JN]
                                                                 pacters (see H.R. 1114) [2MR]                               Infants: assistance program for abandoned or frail in-
      (see H. Con. Res. 38) [10MR]
                                                               ———child labor provisions relative to the operation              fants (see H.R. 1263) [16MR]
  Child care: provide through public-private partnerships
                                                                 of automobiles and trucks (see H.R. 2089) [20JY]            Interstate Child Support Enforcement Act: enact (see
      (see H.R. 986) [16FE]
                                                               Families and domestic relations: adoption services (see          H.R. 195) [9JA]
  Citizenship: status of children born in U.S. to parents
                                                                 H.R. 1066, 1166) [27FE] [8MR]                               Kinsey, Alfred: determine if publications on sexual be-
      who are not citizens or permanent resident aliens
                                                               ———child support enforcement (see H.R. 785, 801,                 havior are the result of any fraud or criminal wrong-
      (see H.R. 705, 1363) [26JA] [30MR]
  Colleges and universities: prohibit Federal grants or          906, 2269) [1FE] [2FE] [13FE] [6SE]                            doing (see H.R. 2749) [7DE]
      contracts to institutions that prevent access to cam-    ———children’s rights (see H.R. 278) [9JA]                     Medicaid: continued enrollment of special-needs chil-
      pus for ROTC or military recruiting (see H.R. 142,       ———denial of passports to noncustodial parents rel-              dren in traditional fee-for-service plans in States with
      1118) [9JA] [2MR]                                          ative to nonpayment of child support (see H.R. 993)            managed care programs (see H.R. 1502) [7AP]
  Computers: restrict transmission of obscene or indecent        [21FE]                                                      ———coverage of services of certain clinics operated
      material to minors by computer (see H.R. 2104)           ———interstate enforcement of child support and par-              by children’s hospitals (see H.R. 1503) [7AP]
      [24JY]                                                     entage court orders (see H.R. 95) [9JA]                     ———reduce infant mortality through improvement of
  Courts: enforcement of child support obligations by          ———protect parental rights (see H.R. 1946) [28JN]                coverage of services to pregnant women and infants
      requiring the use of liens against property of persons   ———provide equal leave benefits for parents who                  (see H.R. 180) [9JA]
      owing overdue support (see H.R. 1029) [23FE]               adopt a child or provide foster care (see H.R. 2237)        Motor vehicles: improve traffic safety performance of
  ———evaluate the effectiveness of the juvenile justice          [4AU]                                                          high risk drivers (see H.R. 1866) [15JN]
      system (see H.R. 1829) [13JN]                            ———reduction of teenage pregnancy rates and en-               ———prohibit the manufacture or sale of school buses
  ———restrict the authority of the Superior Court of             couragement of parental responsibility (see H.R.               that do not have seat belts (see H.R. 266) [9JA]
      the District of Columbia over certain cases involving      1115) [2MR]                                                 ———school bus safety (see H.R. 1884) [16JN]
      child custody and visitation rights (see H.R. 1855)      ———State use of automated data retrieval system               National Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth Sui-
      [15JN]                                                     for child and spousal support enforcement (see H.R.            cide Prevention: establish (see H.R. 609) [20JA]
  ———sentencing for crimes against child or elderly              2288) [8SE]                                                 National Education Standards and Improvement Coun-
      victims (see H.R. 1794) [8JN]                            ———strengthen rights of parents (see H.R. 11) [9JA]              cil: abolish (see H.R. 977, 1045, 1558) [16FE]
  CPSC: ban realistic toy handguns (see H.R. 1622)             ———treatment of adult relatives willing to provide               [24FE] [3MY]
      [11MY]                                                     care (see H.R. 2387) [21SE]                                 National parks and recreation areas: allow placement
  Crime: distribute to community-based organizations in-       Federal aid programs: establish community-based youth            of missing children posters in Federal buildings (see
      formation on the prevention of youth violence and          development block grant program (see H.R. 2807)                H.R. 2774) [13DE]
      crime (see H.R. 2818) [20DE]                               [18DE]                                                      Native Americans: status of Indian children (see H.R.
  ———increase juvenile criminal penalties and improve          ———provide grants to improve the quality and avail-              1448) [6AP]
      youth correctional facilities (see H.R. 600) [20JA]        ability of comprehensive education, health, and so-         Professional Trade Service Corps: establish (see H.R.
  ———penalty enhancement for the use of juveniles                cial services (see H.R. 1284) [21MR]                           1567) [3MY]
      in Federal offenses (see H.R. 405) [9JA]                 Foreign trade: prohibit the importation of goods pro-         Public buildings: designate space for the placement
  ———protection from sexual predators (see H.R. 713)             duced abroad with child labor (see H.R. 2065)                  of missing children posters in Federal buildings (see
      [26JA]                                                     [19JY]                                                         H.R. 2792) [15DE]

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CHILDREN AND YOUTH                                                                   INDEX
  Public Health Service: terminate family planning pro-        Transfer Title of Real Property in Anacostia Park to             CHIROPRACTORS            see   HEALTH     CARE     PROFES-
    grams (see H.R. 1623) [12MY]                                   the District of Columbia To Facilitate Construction               SIONALS
  Public welfare programs: prohibit financial assistance           of the National Children’s Island: Committee on Re-          CHRISSY (vessel)
    to persons delinquent in child support payments (see           sources (House) (H.R. 1508) (H. Rept. 104–277)               Bills and resolutions
    H.R. 104) [9JA]                                                [17OC]                                                         Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 829) [3FE]
  ———prohibit transfer of legal custody of children            Welfare Reform Consolidation Act: Committee on Eco-              CHRISTENSEN, JON (a Representative from Ne-
    for the sole purpose of obtaining public service bene-         nomic and Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R.                  braska)
    fits (see H.R. 446) [9JA]                                      999) (H. Rept. 104–75) [10MR]                                Bills and resolutions introduced by
  ———reform (see H.R. 999) [21FE]                            CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF                                          Taxation: inapplicability of the look-back method on
  Roads and highways: treatment of Federal highway           Bills and resolutions                                                    construction contracts requiring the percentage of
    funds relative to drunken driving by minors (see           China, People’s Republic of: demand the unconditional                  completion accounting method (see H.R. 2722)
    H.R. 2319) [13SE]                                              release of U.S. citizen Peter H. Wu (see H. Res.                   [6DE]
  ———treatment of Federal highway funds relative to                178) [29JN]                                                    ———standards for determining employment status of
    sale of alcoholic beverages to minors (see H.R. 2088,      Foreign policy: demand the unconditional release of                    independent contractors (see H.R. 1972) [30JN]
    2328) [20JY] [13SE]                                            U.S. citizen Peter H. Wu (see H. Res. 178) [29JN]            CHRYSLER, DICK (a Representative from Michigan)
  Schools: constitutional amendment to prohibit compul-        ———demand the unconditional release of Wei                       Bills and resolutions introduced by
    sory attendance of students at public schools other            Jingsheng (see H. Con. Res. 117) [5DE]                         Courts: sentencing for crimes against child or elderly
    than the one nearest their residence (see H.J. Res.        ———encourage liberty (see H.R. 1147) [7MR]                             victims (see H.R. 1794) [8JN]
    13) [9JA]                                                  ———permit U.S. visits by elected leaders and rep-                  Dept. of Commerce: abolish (see H.R. 1756) [7JN]
  ———guidelines for lunch and breakfast programs (see              resentatives (see H.R. 1460) [6AP]                             Taxation: treatment of undergraduate and post-sec-
    H.R. 2066) [19JY]                                          ———support peace and stability in the South China                      ondary vocational education tuition and fees (see
  ———provide free lunches and breakfasts to economi-               Sea (see H. Res. 114) [10MR]                                       H.R. 2543) [26OC]
    cally disadvantaged students (see H. Con. Res. 49)         Foreign trade: most-favored-nation status (see H.J. Res.         CHURCHES AND SYNAGOGUES related term(s) RE-
    [24MR]                                                         96) [16JN]                                                        LIGION
  Social Security: require States to permit a chronically-     ———most-favored-nation status (H.J. Res. 96), con-               Bills and resolutions
    ill parent to appoint a standby guardian for a minor           sideration (see H. Res. 193) [19JY]                            Civil liberties: placement of religious symbols in public
    without surrendering parental rights (see H.R. 709)        ———prohibit entry of items produced, grown, or                         places (see H.R. 2669) [20NO]
    [26JA]                                                         manufactured with forced labor (see H.R. 139) [9JA]            Taxation: church pension benefit plans (see H.R. 528)
  SSI: eliminate fraud in payment of disability benefits       ———prohibit export of satellites (see H.R. 149) [9JA]                  [17JA]
    to children (see H.R. 224) [9JA]                           ———protection of intellectual property rights (see H.              Turkey: protection and continued livelihood of the
  ———require benefits in the form of vouchers (see                 Res. 50) [30JA]                                                    Eastern Orthodox Ecumenical Patriarchate (see H.
    H.R. 612) [20JA]                                           Human rights: violations (see H.R. 1849) [14JN]                        Con. Res. 50) [28MR]
  States: child welfare services relative to foster care       International relations: participation of officials in inter-    CIGARETTES see TOBACCO PRODUCTS
    (see H.R. 586) [19JA]                                          national activities relative to release of religious pris-
  Taxation: increase the child care credit for lower-in-                                                                        CITIES see URBAN AREAS
                                                                   oners (see H.R. 2829) [22DE]                                 CITIZENSHIP
    come working parents (see H.R. 131) [9JA]                  POW/MIA: granting of asylum to certain foreign na-
  ———rates (see H.R. 1215) [13MR]                                                                                               Bills and resolutions
                                                                   tionals assisting in the return of living POW/MIA              Citizenship: status of children born in U.S. to parents
  ———rates (H.R. 1215), consideration (see H. Res.                 (see H.R. 460) [9JA]
    128) [4AP]                                                                                                                        who are not citizens or permanent resident aliens
                                                               Treaties and agreements: approve governing inter-                      (see H.R. 705, 1363) [26JA] [30MR]
  ———treatment of adoption expenses (see H.R. 1167,                national fishery agreement (see H.R. 542) [17JA]
    1819, 1985) [8MR] [13JN] [30JN]                                                                                               Commission on Immigration Reform: members (see
                                                               U.N. World Conference on Women: meeting (see H.                        H.R. 962) [15FE]
  ———treatment of certain education savings accounts               Con. Res. 77, H.R. 2047) [15JN] [17JY]
    (see H.R. 769) [1FE]                                                                                                          Constitutional amendments: restrict citizenship by vir-
                                                               ———support U.S. commitments (see H. Con. Res.                          tue of birth in U.S. (see H.J. Res. 56, 64, 87, 88,
  Television: broadcast of violent programming (see H.R.           119) [13DE]
    1390) [4AP]                                                                                                                       93) [19JA] [26JA] [3MY] [17MY] [25MY]
                                                               U.S. policy (see H.R. 2053, 2058) [18JY] [19JY]                    Dept. of State: publication of names of U.S. citizens
  ———establish violent program ratings system, require         U.S. policy (H.R. 2058): consideration (see H. Res.
    new televisions to allow blocking of certain pro-                                                                                 who renounce their citizenship (see H.R. 1378)
                                                                   193) [19JY]                                                        [3AP]
    gramming, and limit exposure of children to violent      Messages
    programming (see H.R. 1807, 2030) [8JN] [13JY]                                                                                Immigration: funding for improvements in the natu-
                                                               Export of Munitions List Articles to the People’s Re-                  ralization process (see H.R. 2120) [26JY]
  Urban areas: provide grants to establish teen resource           public of China: President Clinton [22JN]
    and education centers (see H.R. 1283) [21MR]                                                                                  ———moratorium on aliens except for relatives of
                                                             Motions                                                                  U.S. citizens, certain highly skilled workers, and ref-
  USIA: extension of au pair programs (see H.R. 2767)          Foreign trade: most-favored-nation status (H.J. Res. 96)
    [13DE]                                                                                                                            ugees (see H.R. 373) [9JA]
                                                                   [20JY]                                                         ———naturalization of aliens who served with special
  Women: protection of reproductive rights (see H.R.         Reports filed
    776) [1FE]                                                                                                                        guerrilla units in Laos (see H.R. 1490) [7AP]
                                                               Consideration of H.R. 2058, China Policy Act and                   Patriotism: demonstration projects to celebrate process
  World Summit for Children: implementation of plan                H.J. Res. 96, Most-Favored-Nation Status for the
    of action (see H.R. 966) [15FE]                                                                                                   of becoming and being U.S. citizens (see H.R. 1980)
                                                                   People’s Republic of China: Committee on Rules                     [30JN]
Messages
                                                                   (House) (H. Res. 193) (H. Rept. 104–194) [19JY]                Taxation: eligibility for the earned income tax credit,
  Gun-Free School Zones Act: President Clinton [10MY]
                                                               Most-Favored-Nation Status for the People’s Republic                   and treatment of individuals benefiting from foreign
Motions
                                                                   of China: Committee on Ways and Means (House)                      trusts or renouncement of citizenship (see H.R. 981)
  Taxation: rates (H.R. 1215) [5AP]
Reports filed                                                      (H.J. Res. 96) (H. Rept. 104–188) [17JY]                           [16FE]
  Capitol Building and Grounds Use for Greater Wash-         CHINA, REPUBLIC OF                                                   ———prevent avoidance through use of foreign trusts
    ington Soap Box Derby: Committee on Transpor-            Bills and resolutions                                                    (see H.R. 2356) [19SE]
    tation and Infrastructure (House) (H. Con. Res. 38)        Foreign policy: support peace and stability in the South           ———treatment of individuals benefiting from
    (H. Rept. 104–150) [21JN]                                      China Sea (see H. Res. 114) [10MR]                                 renouncement of citizenship (see H.R. 1812, 2012)
  Child Labor Provisions of the Fair Labor Standards           Lee Teng-hui: visit of President (see H. Con. Res.                     [9JN] [11JY]
    Act Relative to Loading of Materials Into Balers               33, 53) [6MR] [29MR]                                           ———treatment of individuals benefiting from
    and Compacters: Committee on Economic and Edu-             U.N.: membership (see H. Con. Res. 12, 63) [9JA]                       renouncement of citizenship and treatment of assets
    cational Opportunities (H.R. 1114) (H. Rept. 104–              [7AP]                                                              of naturalized citizens or residents (see H.R. 1535)
    278) [17OC]                                              CHINA POLICY ACT                                                         [2MY]
  Consideration of H.R. 1215, Contract With America          Bills and resolutions                                                ———treatment of individuals benefiting from
    Tax Relief Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H.             Enact (see H.R. 2058) [19JY]                                           renouncement of citizenship and treatment of assets
    Res. 128) (H. Rept. 104–100) [4AP]                         Enact (H.R. 2058): consideration (see H. Res. 193)                     of naturalized citizens or residents (H.R. 1535), con-
  Contract With America Tax Relief Act: Committee                  [19JY]                                                             sideration (see H. Res. 160) [25MY]
    on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 1215) (H. Rept.          Reports filed                                                      Messages
    104–84) [21MR]                                             Consideration of H.R. 2058, Provisions and H.J. Res.               Immigration Enforcement Improvements Act: President
  Sexual Exploitation of Children: Committee on the Ju-            96, Most-Favored-Nation Status for the People’s Re-                Clinton [3MY]
    diciary (House) (H.R. 1240) (H. Rept. 104–90)                  public of China: Committee on Rules (House) (H.              Reports filed
    [28MR]                                                         Res. 193) (H. Rept. 104–194) [19JY]                            Commission on Immigration Reform Members: Com-
  State Use of Automated Data Retrieval System for           CHINESE STUDENT PROTECTION ACT                                           mittee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 962) (H. Rept.
    Child and Spousal Support Enforcement: Committee         Bills and resolutions                                                    104–135) [8JN]
    on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2288) (H. Rept.            Immigration: treatment of certain aliens entering the              Tax Treatment of Individuals Benefiting From
    104–250) [19SE]                                                U.S. without inspection (see H.R. 2716) [5DE]                      Renouncement of Citizenship: Committee on Ways

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   and Means (House) (H.R. 1812) (H. Rept. 104–145)              Khalra, Jaswant Singh: condemn abduction by India              Discrimination: prohibit on the basis of affectional or
   [16JN]                                                            (see H. Res. 233) [28SE]                                       sexual orientation (see H.R. 382, 1863) [9JA] [15JN]
CIVIL DEFENSE related term(s) DEPARTMENT OF DE-                  Kosovo: civil liberties violations against ethnic Alba-        Employment: prohibit discrimination in the payment
    FENSE                                                            nians (see H.R. 1360) [30MR]                                   of wages based on sex, race, or national origin (see
Bills and resolutions                                            Law enforcement: protect constitutional rights relative            H.R. 1507) [7AP]
  Employment: public safety officer death benefits eligi-            to Federal counterterrorism activities (see H.R. 1738)     ———prohibit preferential treatment (see H.R. 254)
      bility for certain civil defense and FEMA employees            [25MY]                                                         [9JA]
      (see H.R. 938) [14FE]                                      Law enforcement officers: establish a bill of rights           ———require employers to post information on sexual
CIVIL LIBERTIES related term(s) CIVIL RIGHTS;                        (see H.R. 878) [9FE]                                           harassment (see H.R. 1859) [15JN]
      HUMAN RIGHTS                                               National Association of Radio Talk Show Hosts: hon-            Financial institutions: strengthen and clarify enforce-
Bills and resolutions                                                oring of G. Gordon Liddy relative to characterization          ment of fair lending laws relative to redlining and
  Abortion: killings at abortion clinics in Brookline, MA            of Federal law enforcement officers (see H. Res.               credit allocation (see H.R. 1699) [24MY]
      (see H. Con. Res. 13) [9JA]                                    153) [18MY]                                                Firearms: permanent ban on possession of firearms by
  ———prevent governmental discrimination against                 National Rifle Association: characterization of Federal            persons convicted of certain felonies (see H.R. 2101)
      health care providers who refuse to perform or pro-            law enforcement (see H. Con. Res. 69) [18MY]                   [24JY]
      vide training in performing abortions (see H.R. 1932)      Privacy Protection Commission: establish to protect cit-       Forest Service: assure operations are free of racial,
      [27JN]                                                         izen information privacy (see H.R. 184) [9JA]                  sexual, and ethnic discrimination (see H.R. 1716)
  ———protection of reproductive rights and access to             Real property: private property owner rights (see H.R.             [25MY]
      reproductive health care clinics (see H.R. 1952)               489, 790) [11JA] [1FE]                                     Government: ensure equal opportunity in employment,
      [28JN]                                                     Religion: placement of religious symbols in public                 education, and contracting (see H.R. 1840) [14JN]
  Bosnia and Herzegovina: investigation of war crimes                places (see H.R. 2669) [20NO]                              Health: prohibit discrimination relative to exposure to
      (see H. Res. 282) [20NO]                                   Russia: protection of freedom of the press and freedom             hazardous substances (see H.R. 2691) [29NO]
  China, People’s Republic of: demand the unconditional              of expression (see H. Con. Res. 84, 90, 95) [20JY]         House of Representatives: ratification of constitutional
      release of U.S. citizen Peter H. Wu (see H. Res.               [2AU] [4AU]                                                    amendment to ensure equal rights relative to States’
      178) [29JN]                                                ———removal of troops from Kaliningrad (see H.                      ratification (see H. Res. 39) [19JA]
  ———demand the unconditional release of Wei                         Con. Res. 51) [28MR]                                       Housing: modify discrimination prohibitions granted for
      Jingsheng (see H. Con. Res. 117) [5DE]                     U.N. World Conference on Women: meeting (see H.                    older persons (see H.R. 660) [24JA]
  ———encourage liberty (see H.R. 1147) [7MR]                         Con. Res. 77, H.R. 2047) [15JN] [17JY]                     ———modify discrimination prohibitions granted for
  ———most-favored-nation status (see H.J. Res. 96)               ———support U.S. commitments (see H. Con. Res.                      older persons (H.R. 660), consideration (see H. Res.
      [16JN]                                                         119) [13DE]                                                    126) [3AP]
  ———most-favored-nation status (H.J. Res. 96), con-             Vietnam: encourage liberty (see H.R. 909) [13FE]               King, Martin Luther, Jr.: authorize the Alpha Phi Alpha
      sideration (see H. Res. 193) [19JY]                        Women: protection of reproductive rights (see H.R.                 fraternal organization to establish a memorial (see
  ———participation of officials in international activi-             776) [1FE]                                                     H.J. Res. 70) [28FE]
      ties relative to release of religious prisoners (see     Motions                                                          Montgomery, AL: anniversary of bus boycott (see H.
      H.R. 2829) [22DE]                                          China, People’s Republic of: most-favored-nation status            Res. 285) [29NO]
  ———prohibit entry of items produced, grown, or                     (H.J. Res. 96) [20JY]                                      Trails: designate the voting rights march route from
      manufactured with forced labor (see H.R. 139) [9JA]        Flag—U.S.: constitutional amendment to prohibit dese-              Selma, AL, to Montgomery, AL, as a National His-
  ———U.S. policy (see H.R. 2058) [19JY]                              cration (H.J. Res. 79) [28JN]                                  toric Trail (see H.R. 1129) [3MR]
  ———U.S. policy (H.R. 2058), consideration (see H.                                                                           Reports filed
                                                               Reports filed
      Res. 193) [19JY]                                                                                                          Consideration of H.R. 660, Housing for Older Persons
                                                                 Consideration of H.J. Res. 79, Constitutional Amend-
  Civil rights: prohibit discrimination in the payment of                                                                           Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 126)
                                                                     ment To Prohibit Desecration of the U.S. Flag: Com-
      wages based on sex, race, or national origin (see                                                                             (H. Rept. 104–98) [3AP]
                                                                     mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 173) (H. Rept.
      H.R. 1507) [7AP]                                                                                                          Housing for Older Persons Act: Committee on the Judi-
                                                                     104–164) [27JN]
  Courts: increase speedy trial time limits (see H.R.                                                                               ciary (House) (H.R. 660) (H. Rept. 104–91) [28MR]
                                                                 Consideration of H.R. 1271, Family Privacy Protection
      2453) [10OC]                                                                                                            CIVIL RIGHTS ACT
                                                                     Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 125)
  Education: release of student records to comply with                                                                        Bills and resolutions
                                                                     (H. Rept. 104–97) [3AP]
      certain State statutes (see H.R. 2055, 2398) [18JY]                                                                       Applications (see H.R. 658) [24JA]
                                                                 Consideration of H.R. 2058, China Policy Act and               Federal employees: review of employment discrimina-
      [27SE]
                                                                     H.J. Res. 96, Most-Favored-Nation Status for the               tions claims (see H.R. 2133) [27JY]
  Families and domestic relations: provide protection for
                                                                     People’s Republic of China: Committee on Rules             Health care facilities: availability of information on
      family privacy (H.R. 1271), consideration (see H.
                                                                     (House) (H. Res. 193) (H. Rept. 104–194) [19JY]                reproductive health services at federally or State
      Res. 125) [3AP]
                                                                 Constitutional Amendment To Prohibit Desecration of                funded family planning clinics (see H.R. 641) [23JA]
  ———provide protection for family protection (see
                                                                     the U.S. Flag: Committee on the Judiciary (House)
      H.R. 1271) [21MR]                                                                                                       CIVIL SERVICE see FEDERAL EMPLOYEES
                                                                     (H.J. Res. 79) (H. Rept. 104–151) [22JN]
  Firearms: protect and enforce the right to obtain and                                                                       CIVIL WARS
                                                                 Family Privacy Protection Act: Committee on Govern-
      use firearms for security, self-defense, and other le-                                                                  Bills and resolutions
                                                                     ment Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 1271)              Armed Forces: encourage an extra place setting at holi-
      gitimate purposes (see H.R. 78, 2470; H. Con. Res.
                                                                     (H. Rept. 104–94) [29MR]                                       day season tables as a reminder of U.S. peacekeeping
      5) [9JA] [11OC]
                                                                 Most-Favored-Nation Status for the People’s Republic
  Flag—U.S.: constitutional amendment to prohibit dese-                                                                             forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina (see H. Res. 315)
                                                                     of China: Committee on Ways and Means (House)
      cration (see H.J. Res. 14, 32, 41, 79) [9JA] [21MR]                                                                           [19DE]
  ———constitutional amendment to prohibit desecration                (H.J. Res. 96) (H. Rept. 104–188) [17JY]                   Bosnia and Herzegovina: investigation of war crimes
      (H.J. Res. 79), consideration (see H. Res. 173)          CIVIL RIGHTS related term(s) CIVIL LIBERTIES;                        (see H. Res. 282) [20NO]
      [27JN]                                                         HUMAN RIGHTS; RACIAL RELATIONS                             ———lift U.S. arms embargo (see H.R. 1172) [8MR]
  ———prohibit desecration (see H.R. 1873, 1926)                Bills and resolutions                                            ———lift U.S. arms embargo (S. 21), consideration
      [16JN] [27JN]                                              Abortion: prevent governmental discrimination against              (see H. Res. 204) [28JY]
  Foreign policy: protect the right to travel to foreign             health care providers who refuse to perform or pro-        ———require congressional approval prior to U.S.
      countries (see H.R. 1702) [24MY]                               vide training in performing abortions (see H.R. 1932)          military intervention (see H.R. 2550, 2606, 2770)
  Freedom of religion: constitutional amendment on pro-              [27JN]                                                         [26OC] [9NO] [13DE]
      tection (see H.J. Res. 121, 127) [15NO] [28NO]             Affirmative action: policies (see H.R. 1764, 2128)             ———require congressional approval prior to U.S.
  Health: limitations on disclosure and use of genetic               [7JN] [27JY]                                                   military intervention (H.R. 2606), consideration (see
      information (see H.R. 2690) [29NO]                         African Americans: acknowledge the injustice and in-               H. Res. 273) [16NO]
  Homeless: protection of voting rights (see H.R. 55)                humanity of slavery, examine current impact of slav-       ———require congressional approval prior to U.S.
      [9JA]                                                          ery and discrimination, and recommend remedies                 military intervention (H.R. 2770), consideration (see
  Human life: definition from conception (see H.R. 2087)             (see H.R. 891) [10FE]                                          H. Res. 304) [13DE]
      [20JY]                                                     Civil Rights Act: applications (see H.R. 658) [24JA]           ———U.S. military enforcement of peace agreement
  Human rights: protect the right to life of born and            Colleges and universities: eliminate segregationist lan-           between Serbian, Croatian, and Muslim forces (see
      unborn persons (see H.R. 1625) [12MY]                          guage from certain laws relative to funding of State           H. Con. Res. 118; H. Res. 295, 298, 302) [6DE]
  India: civil liberties violations in Kashmir (see H. Res.          universities (see H.R. 2730) [6DE]                             [12DE] [13DE]
      123) [29MR]                                                Courts: desegregation of schools (see H. Con. Res.             ———U.S. military enforcement of peace agreement
  ———detention of U.S. citizen Donald Hutchings (see                 101) [14SE]                                                    between Serbian, Croatian, and Muslim forces (H.
      H. Con. Res. 97) [4AU]                                     ———judicial remedies regarding prison conditions                   Res. 302), consideration (see H. Res. 304) [13DE]
  ———independence anniversary (see H. Res. 36)                       (see H.R. 554, 695, 2488) [18JA] [26JA] [17OC]             ———U.S. military intervention (see H.R. 2417; H.
      [17JA]                                                     Dept. of HUD: assistance program eligibility for orga-             Res. 247, 305, 306) [28SE] [30OC] [13DE]
  Insurance: prohibit use of genetic information in deter-           nizations that promote prejudice or bias based on          ———U.S. military intervention (H. Res. 306), consid-
      mining coverage or premiums (see H.R. 2748) [7DE]              race, religion, or ethnicity (see H.R. 656) [24JA]             eration (see H. Res. 304) [13DE]

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CIVIL WARS                                                                         INDEX
  Clinton, President: summit meeting with Russian Presi-           Inlet Region, Inc.: Committee on Resources (House)        Motorcycles: treatment (see H.R. 2299) [12SE]
      dent Boris Yeltsin (see H. Con. Res. 25) [7FE]               (H.R. 421) (H. Rept. 104–40) [21FE]                       Provisions: repeal certain amendments (see H.R. 479)
  Committee To Oversee the Conduct of Operation Joint          Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Amendments:                   [11JA]
      Endeavor/Task Force Eagle (Joint): establish (see            Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 402) (H.             States: implementation plans (see H.R. 304) [9JA]
      H.J. Res. 135; H. Con. Res. 126) [20DE] [22DE]               Rept. 104–73) [9MR]                                       Water pollution: repeal certain Clean Air Act acid rain
  Northern Ireland: peace efforts (see H. Con. Res. 44)      CLARK COUNTY, NV                                                    provisions (see H.R. 474) [11JA]
      [16MR]                                                 Bills and resolutions                                         Reports filed
  Sri Lanka: encourage peace process (see H. Res. 181)         Real estate: relief of persons who purchased land rel-        Reduction of Work-Related Vehicle Trips in Ozone
      [29JN]                                                       ative to certain private land surveys (see H.R. 2135)         Nonattainment Areas: Committee on Commerce
  Taxation: treatment of Armed Forces members per-                 [27JY]                                                        (House) (H.R. 325) (H. Rept. 104–387) [6DE]
      forming services in Bosnia and Herzegovina (see        CLASSIFIED INFORMATION                                        CLEMENT, BOB (a Representative from Tennessee)
      H.R. 2837) [22DE]                                      Bills and resolutions                                         Bills and resolutions introduced by
Messages                                                       Crime: disclosure by Federal officers and employees           Aviation: regulation of interstate transportation by com-
  National Emergency Relative to Serbia and Monte-                 (see H.R. 319) [9JA]                                          mon carriers engaged in civil aviation (see H.R.
      negro: President Clinton [10MY] [18JY] [11DE]          CLAY, WILLIAM (BILL) (a Representative from Mis-                    2403) [27SE]
      [27DE]                                                       souri)                                                    Historic buildings and sites: authorizing appropriations
  Ordering of Armed Forces Selected Reserve to Active        Appointments                                                        for the preservation and restoration at historically
      Duty: President Clinton [11DE]                           Commission on Congressional Mailing Standards                     black colleges and universities (see H.R. 1179)
Reports filed                                                      [28MR]                                                        [9MR]
  Consideration of H. Res. 302, U.S. Military Enforce-         Conferee: H.R. 4, Personal Responsibility Act [29SE]          Railroads: preservation of infrastructure (see H.R.
      ment of Peace Agreement Between Serbian, Cro-            ———H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations                     2205) [4AU]
      atian, and Muslim Forces in Bosnia and                       [21SE]                                                    Social Security: computation rule application to work-
      Herzegovina: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.         ———H.R. 1617, consolidate Federal job training pro-               ers attaining age 65 in or after 1982 (see H.R. 573)
      304) (H. Rept. 104–405) [13DE]                               grams [24OC]                                                  [19JA]
  Consideration of H. Res. 306, U.S. Military Interven-        ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent              CLERGY see CHURCHES AND SYNAGOGUES; RELIGION
      tion in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Committee on Rules           budget resolution [30OC]                                CLIMATE see WEATHER
      (House) (H. Res. 304) (H. Rept. 104–405) [13DE]        Bills and resolutions introduced by                           CLINGER, WILLIAM F., JR. (a Representative from
  Consideration of H.R. 2606, Congressional Approval           Charles J. Coyle Post Office Building, St. Louis, MO:             Pennsylvania)
      Prior to U.S. Military Intervention in Bosnia and            designate (see H.R. 1398) [5AP]                         Appointments
      Herzegovina: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.         Contracts: simplify labor laws applicable to Federal          Conferee: H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations
      273) (H. Rept. 104–349) [16NO]                               contracts (see H.R. 967) [15FE]                               [21SE]
  Consideration of H.R. 2770, Congressional Approval           Education: development of school-to-work opportuni-           ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent
      Prior to U.S. Military Intervention in Bosnia and            ties systems (see H.R. 1426) [6AP]                            budget resolution [30OC]
      Herzegovina: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.       CLEAN AIR ACT related term(s) ECOLOGY AND ENVI-                 ———H.R. 2539, Interstate Commerce Commission
      304) (H. Rept. 104–405) [13DE]                             RONMENT                                                         Termination Act [30NO]
  Consideration of S. 21, Bosnia and Herzegovina Self-       Bills and resolutions                                           ———S. 1, Unfunded Mandate Reform Act [1FE]
      Defense Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.         Air pollution: deadline extension for certain sanctions       ———S. 4, Separate Enrollment and Line Item Veto
      204) (H. Rept. 104–213) [28JY]                               and reclassification of carbon monoxide nonattain-            Act [7SE]
CIVIL WAR—U.S. related term(s) WAR                                 ment areas (see H.R. 1255) [15MR]                         ———S. 244, Paperwork Reduction Act [10MR]
Bills and resolutions                                          ———exempt agricultural activities from certain per-           ———S. 440, National Highway System designation
  Corinth, MS: establish interpretive center at Civil War          mit requirements (see H.R. 1900) [20JN]                       [20SE]
      Battlefield (see H.R. 1548) [2MY]                        ———impose moratorium on sanctions under the                 Bills and resolutions introduced by
  Hunley (C.S.S.): conveyance to South Carolina (see               Clean Air Act provisions on marginal and moderate         Airlines: percentage of voting interests of air carriers
      H.R. 1741) [6JN]                                             ozone nonattainment areas (see H.R. 1602) [10MY]              required to be owned or controlled by U.S. citizens
  National parks and recreation areas: highway relocation      ———marginal area requirements relative to ozone                   (see H.R. 951) [15FE]
                                                                   concentrations (see H.R. 581) [19JA]                      Appropriations: line-item veto (see H.R. 2) [9JA]
      assistance relative to the Chickamauga and Chat-
                                                               ———reclassification of downwind nonattainment                 Budget: require an operating and a capital budget to
      tanooga National Military Parks (see H.R. 848)
                                                                   areas (see H.R. 1582) [9MY]                                   distinguish between Federal funds and trust funds
      [7FE]
                                                               ———reduction in emissions of pollutants contributing              (see H.R. 767) [1FE]
  Shenandoah Valley National Battlefields: establish (see
                                                                   to acid deposition in the Adirondacks (see H.R.           Committee on Government Reform and Oversight
      H.R. 763) [31JA]
                                                                   2682) [28NO]                                                  (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 62)
  Stones River National Battlefield: expand boundaries
                                                               ———reduction of work-related vehicle trips in ozone               [7FE]
      (see H.R. 984) [16FE]                                                                                                  Contracts: revise and streamline Federal procurement
                                                                   nonattainment areas (see H.R. 325) [9JA]
  Tennessee Civil War Heritage Area: designate (see            ———repeal certain Clean Air Act stratospheric ozone               and acquisition laws (see H.R. 1038, 1388, 1670)
      H.R. 1961) [29JN]                                            protection provisions (see H.R. 475) [11JA]                   [24FE] [4AP] [18MY]
  Vincent, Strong: posthumous awarding of Medal of             ———repeal certain Clean Air Act toxic air emission            Correctional institutions: establish surrounding safety
      Honor (see H.R. 1326) [28MR]                                 provisions (see H.R. 473) [11JA]                              zones in which certain waste disposal facilities may
CLAIMS                                                         Ecology and environment: repeal reformulated gasoline             not be permitted (see H.R. 423) [9JA]
Bills and resolutions                                              and work-related vehicle trip reduction provisions        Elections: campaign ethics reform and contribution lim-
  Alaska: conveyance of certain lands under the Alaska             (see H.R. 1052) [24FE]                                        its (see H.R. 1692) [24MY]
      Native Claims Settlement Act (see H.R. 2560)             ———transition          from    use    of    halons   and      ———prohibit congressional leadership committees
      [30OC]                                                       chlorofluorocarbons to substitute compounds (see              (see H.R. 1693) [24MY]
  Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act: amend (see H.R.             H.R. 2367) [20SE]                                         ———voluntary limitation on contributions from enti-
      402) [9JA]                                               EPA: modify Reformulated Gasoline Program (see                    ties other than individual district residents in House
  ———amend to provide for the buyback of common                    H.R. 2484) [17OC]                                             of Representative elections (see H.R. 1694) [24MY]
      stock of Cook Inlet Region, Inc. (see H.R. 421)          ———temporary suspension of reformulated gasoline              Executive departments: reduce Federal paperwork bur-
      [9JA]                                                        rules (see H.R. 1015, 2327) [22FE] [13SE]                     den (see H.R. 830) [6FE]
  ———conveyance of certain lands to village corpora-           Government regulations: use of freon in home, auto-           Federal-State relations: reduce State and local costs
      tions within the Cook Inlet Region (see H.R. 1342)           mobile, and agricultural air conditioning equipment           due to unfunded Federal mandates (see H.R. 5) [9JA]
      [28MR]                                                       (see H.R. 2645) [15NO]                                    Hazardous substances: require community information
  Diseases: payments to individuals with blood-clotting        Motor vehicles: allow emission reductions caused by               statements for new waste treatment or disposal (see
      disorders who contracted human immunodeficiency              fleet turnover to be credited under the Clean Air             H.R. 422) [9JA]
      virus due to contaminated blood products (see H.R.           Act (see H.R. 477) [11JA]                                 Health care professionals: create tax incentives for pro-
      1023) [23FE]                                             ———delay implementation of enhanced vehicle in-                   vision of rural health care services (see H.R. 425)
  Guam: restitution for atrocities during Japanese occupa-         spection and maintenance programs (see H.R. 46,               [9JA]
      tion in World War II (see H.R. 2041) [13JY]                  307, 495) [9JA] [11JA]                                    Medicare: equalize the labor and nonlabor portions of
  Roads and highways: resolution of claims relative to         ———prohibit Federal requirement for State plans on                the standardized hospital payment amounts and im-
      right-of-ways across Federal lands (see H.R. 2081)           trip reduction requirements (see H.R. 478) [11JA]             prove rural health services (see H.R. 424) [9JA]
      [20JY]                                                   ———repeal certain Clean Air Act emission standards            Railroads: recommend dismantlement of Railroad Re-
  Veterans: retroactive determination of military dis-             (see H.R. 476) [11JA]                                         tirement System (see H. Res. 29) [9JA]
      ability benefits eligibility (see H.R. 973) [16FE]       ———repeal certain Clean Air Act ozone nonattain-              Taxation: credit for in-State contributions to congres-
Reports filed                                                      ment area provisions relative to mandatory State ve-          sional candidates (see H.R. 1695) [24MY]
  Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Amendment To                 hicle inspection and maintenance programs (see H.R.     Conference reports
      Provide for the Buyback of Common Stock of Cook              480) [11JA]                                               Paperwork Reduction Act (S. 244) [3AP]

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  Unfunded Mandate Reform Act (S. 1) [13MR]                     ———authorizing (H.R. 1361), consideration (see H.             ———make ineligible for participation in Federal Em-
Motions offered by                                                  Res. 139) [3MY]                                               ployees’ Retirement System (see H.R. 165) [9JA]
  Appropriations: line-item veto (S. 4) [7SE]                   Public lands: transfer title of Point Arena Light Station     Pensions: cost-of-living adjustments for annuities of
  Executive departments: reduce Federal paperwork bur-              to Point Arena Lighthouse Keepers, Inc. (see H.R.             Members of Congress and Social Security benefits
      den (H.R. 830) [10MR]                                         2643) [15NO]                                                  (see H. Con. Res. 2) [9JA]
  Federal-State relations: reduce State and local costs         Small boat stations: restrict closures (see H.R. 2105)        Social Security: earnings test for retirement age indi-
      due to unfunded Federal mandates (H.R. 5) [30JA]              [24JY]                                                        viduals (see H.R. 201) [9JA]
      [31JA]                                                    Traverse City, MI: transfer of certain Coast Guard            Tariff: warp knitting machines (see H.R. 1549) [2MY]
  ———reduce State and local costs due to unfunded
                                                                    property to the Traverse City Area Public School        COBURN, TOM (a Representative from Oklahoma)
      Federal mandates (S. 1) [1FE]
  ———reduce State and local costs due to unfunded                   District (see H.R. 378) [9JA]                           Appointments
                                                                Whitefish Point Light Station, MI: conveyance (see            Conferee: S. 641, Comprehensive AIDS Resources
      Federal mandates (S. 1), conference report [16MR]
Reports filed                                                       H.R. 2611) [9NO]                                              Emergency Act reauthorization [7DE]
  District of Columbia Expenditure and Appropriation          Reports filed                                                 Bills and resolutions introduced by
      of Funds for Times When Congress Has Not Enacted          Coast Guard Appropriations: Committee on Transpor-            Crime: penalties for health care fraud (see H.R. 2408)
      a Budget: Committee on Government Reform and                  tation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 1361) (H.             [27SE]
      Oversight (House) (H.R. 2661) (H. Rept. 104–408)              Rept. 104–106) [1MY]                                      Medicare: protection of beneficiaries relative to enroll-
      [14DE]                                                    Consideration of H.R. 1361, Coast Guard Appropria-                ment in managed care plans and HMOs (see H.R.
  District of Columbia Financial Responsibility and Man-            tions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 139)               2350) [18SE]
      agement Assistance Authority: Committee on Gov-               (H. Rept. 104–111) [3MY]                                  ———require health maintenance organizations to pro-
      ernment Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 1345)        COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT ACT                                         vided out-of-network services to enrollees (see H.R.
      (H. Rept. 104–96) [30MR]                                Bills and resolutions                                               2757) [12DE]
  District of Columbia Use of Tax Revenues for Con-             NOAA: establish aquaculture facilities and develop-         COINS
      struction of a New Convention Center and Sports               ment programs (see H.R. 2046) [17JY]                    Bills and resolutions
      Arena and Operation of the Current Convention Cen-        Reauthorize (see H.R. 1965, 2046) [29JN] [17JY]               American Revolution: mint coins in commemoration
      ter: Committee on Government Reform and Over-           COASTAL ZONES                                                       of black revolutionary war patriots (see H.R. 1776)
      sight (House) (H.R. 2108) (H. Rept. 104–227) [2AU]      Bills and resolutions                                               [7JN]
  Family Privacy Protection Act: Committee on Govern-           Coastal Barrier Resources System: technical corrections       Barnard, Doug, Jr.: mint coins in commemoration of
      ment Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 1271)                 to map system (see H.R. 481, 2005, 2100) [11JA]               1996 Atlanta Olympic games (see H.R. 2336) [14SE]
      (H. Rept. 104–94) [29MR]                                      [11JY] [24JY]                                             Commemorative coins: mint coins recommended by
  Federal Reports Elimination and Sunset Act: Com-              Coastal Zone Management Act: reauthorize (see H.R.                the Citizens Commemorative Coin Advisory Com-
      mittee on Government Reform and Oversight                     1965, 2046) [29JN] [17JY]                                     mittee (see H.R. 1753) [7JN]
      (House) (S. 790) (H. Rept. 104–327) [8NO]                 Dept. of the Interior: prohibit expenditures on mid-          ———mint in commeroration of Thurgood Marshall
  Government Regulations Reform: Committee on Gov-                  Atlantic coast offshore oil and gas lease sales (see          (see H.R. 79) [9JA]
      ernment Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 994)               H.R. 1778) [7JN]                                          Connecticut: mint coins in commemoration of the bi-
      (H. Rept. 104–284) [19OC]                                 Ecology and environment: funding to States to imple-              centennial of the Old State House (see H.R. 1933)
  Intelligence Services Appropriations: Committee on                ment national estuary conservation and management             [27JN]
      Government Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R.                 plans (see H.R. 1438, 1917) [6AP] [22JN]                  Dept. of the Treasury: mint and issue platinum bullion
      1655) (H. Rept. 104–138) [19JY]                           Fish and fishing: commercial harvesting of Atlantic               coins and more than one version of gold bullion
  Line-Item Veto: Committee on Government Reform                    striped bass (see H.R. 393, 1139) [9JA] [6MR]                 coins at the same time (see H.R. 2018) [12JY]
      and Oversight (House) (H.R. 2) (H. Rept. 104–11)          ———coordinate conservation efforts of Atlantic                Edison, Thomas Alva: mint coins in commemoration
      [30JA]                                                        striped bass (see H.R. 2655) [16NO]                           of sesquicentennial of birth (see H.R. 893) [10FE]
  Paperwork Reduction Act: Committee of Conference              Fishermen’s Protective Act: amend (see H.R. 716)              King, Martin Luther, Jr.: redesign $1 coin to com-
      (S. 244) (H. Rept. 104–99) [3AP]                              [26JA]                                                        memorate (see H.R. 616) [20JA]
  ———Committee on Government Reform and Over-
                                                                Florida: protect coastal resources by prohibiting off-        Madison, James: mint coins in commemoration of
      sight (House) (H.R. 830) (H. Rept. 104–37) [15FE]
  Regulatory Transition Act: Committee on Government                shore oil and gas activities and canceling certain            250th anniversary of birth (see H.R. 1684) [23MY]
      Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 450) (H. Rept.             Federal leases (see H.R. 73) [9JA]                        One dollar coin: issue (see H.R. 534) [17JA]
                                                                ———restrictions and requirements on leasing of the            Roosevelt, Theodore: mint commemorative coins (see
      104–39) [16FE]
  Repeal Transitional Authorization of Appropriations for           Continental Shelf (see H.R. 72) [9JA]                         H.R. 2285) [7SE]
      the Postal Service: Committee on Government Re-           Maine: grant authority over coastal marine fisheries          Smithsonian Institution: mint coins in commemoration
      form and Oversight (House) (H.R. 1826) (H. Rept.              (see H.R. 1942) [28JN]                                        of 150th anniversary (see H.R. 1079, 2627) [28FE]
      104–174) [10JY]                                           Puerto Rico: waiver of EPA secondary treatment re-                [14NO]
  Revise and Streamline Federal Procurement and Acqui-              quirements for wastewater treatment facilities (see       U.S. Mint: authorize minting of platinum and gold
      sition Laws: Committee on Government Reform and               H.R. 1371) [30MR]                                             coins and reform commemorative coin program (see
      Oversight (House) (H.R. 1670) (H. Rept. 104–222)        Reports filed                                                       H.R. 2614) [10NO]
      [1AU]                                                     Atlantic Striped Bass Commercial Harvesting: Com-             U.S. Navy Blue Angels: mint coins in commemoration
  Unfunded Mandate Reform Act: Committee of Con-                    mittee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1139) (H. Rept.             of 50th anniversary (see H.R. 1828) [13JN]
      ference (S. 1) (H. Rept. 104–76) [13MR]                       104–105) [1MY]                                            Washington, George: mint coins in commemoration of
Rules                                                           Coastal Barrier Resources System Map System Tech-                 200th anniversary of death (see H.R. 2026) [13JY]
  Committee on Government Reform and Oversight                      nical Corrections: Committee on Resources (House)         World War II: mint coins in commemoration of 50th
      (House) [20JA]                                                (H.R. 2005) (H. Rept. 104–288) [20OC]                         anniversary of the Marshall Plan and of George C.
CLYBURN, JAMES E. (a Representative from South                  Fishermen’s Protective Act Amendments: Committee                  Marshall (see H.R. 1406) [5AP]
      Carolina)                                                     on Resources (House) (H.R. 716) (H. Rept. 104–          COLEMAN, RONALD D. (a Representative from
Bills and resolutions introduced by                                 47) [23FE]                                                    Texas)
  Bewildered (vessel): certificate of documentation (see      COASTLINES see BEACHES                                        Appointments
      H.R. 1394) [4AP]                                        COBLE, HOWARD (a Representative from North                      Committee on Intelligence (House, Select) [4JA]
  Income: create a livable wage (see H.R. 768) [1FE]                Carolina)                                                 Conferee: H.R. 889, Dept. of Defense supplemental
  South Carolina National Heritage Corridor: establish
                                                              Appointments                                                        appropriations and rescissions to enhance military
      (see H.R. 1553) [3MY]                                     Conferee: H.R. 2539, Interstate Commerce Commission               readiness [28MR]
COAL related term(s) POWER RESOURCES                                Termination Act [30NO]                                    ———H.R. 1158, supplemental appropriations and re-
Bills and resolutions
  Black Lung Benefits Act: pneumoconiosis claims (see           ———S. 395, sale of Alaska Power Administration                    scissions [2MY]
      H.R. 615) [20JA]                                              hydroelectric projects and export of Alaska North         ———H.R. 1655, intelligence services appropriations
  Health: disability benefit eligibility for certain miners         Slope crude oil [25JY]                                        [17OC]
      (see H.R. 293) [9JA]                                      Majority objectors for the private calendar [2NO]             ———H.R. 2002, Dept. of Transportation and related
  Mining and mineral resources: provide States with ex-       Bills and resolutions introduced by                                 agencies appropriations [8SE]
      clusive jurisdiction over regulation of surface coal      Coast Guard: authorizing appropriations (see H.R.             ———H.R. 2020, Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Serv-
      mining within their borders (see H.R. 2372) [21SE]            1361) [30MR]                                                  ice, Executive Office of the President, and inde-
  West Virginia: preservation of coal mining heritage           Crime: sexual exploitation of children (see H.R. 1240)            pendent agencies appropriations [8SE]
      (see H.R. 1188) [9MR]                                         [15MR]                                                    Mexico-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [3MY]
COAST GUARD related term(s) DEPARTMENT OF                       Members of Congress: constitutional amendment to              North Atlantic Assembly [22FE]
      TRANSPORTATION                                                limit terms and to increase the term of Representa-     Bills and resolutions introduced by
Bills and resolutions                                               tives to 4 years (see H.J. Res. 24) [9JA]                 Federal employees: retirement provisions for certain
  Appropriations: authorizing (see H.R. 1151, 1361)             ———eliminate automatic salary adjustments (see H.R.               INS, Customs Service, and IRS employees (see H.R.
      [7MR] [30MR]                                                  126) [9JA]                                                    1124) [3MR]

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COLEMAN, RONALD D.                                                                   INDEX
  Health: operation of laboratories along Mexican border         ———student loan default rate limitations relative to          The Summer Wind (vessel): certificate of documenta-
      relative to public health functions (see H.R. 574)             Hispanic-serving institutions (see H.R. 366) [9JA]            tion (see H.R. 2717) [5DE]
      [19JA]                                                     ———student loan programs (see H.R. 1501) [7AP]              COLLINS, CARDISS (a Representative from Illinois)
  Public lands: convey reversionary interest in certain          ———student loan reform (see H.R. 530) [17JA]                Appointments
      lands to the Clint and Fabens Independent School           ———substitute educational quality evaluations for co-         Conferee: H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations
      Districts (see H.R. 1875) [16JN]                               hort default rates in eligibility determinations for          [21SE]
  Roads and highways: establish highway corridor dem-                student assistance programs (see H.R. 903) [13FE]         ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent
      onstration project from Chihuahua, Mexico, through         ———tuition income tax credit (see H.R. 156) [9JA]                 budget resolution [30OC]
      El Paso, TX, to Denver, CO (see H.R. 202) [9JA]            Employees: allow persons in classified positions to           ———S. 1, Unfunded Mandate Reform Act [1FE]
  Rural areas: grants to assist colonias relative to waste-          serve in other academic capacities (see H.R. 2134)        ———S. 4, Separate Enrollment and Line Item Veto
      water disposal (see H.R. 556, 557) [18JA]                      [27JY]                                                        Act [7SE]
  SBA: establish a regional office in a community near           Government-sponsored enterprises: cessation of Federal
                                                                                                                               ———S. 244, Paperwork Reduction Act [10MR]
      the border of Mexico (see H.R. 1554) [3MY]                     sponsorship (see H.R. 1720) [25MY]                      Bills and resolutions introduced by
  Serna, Marcelino: posthumous awarding of Medal of              Higher Education Accumulation Program: establish to
                                                                                                                               Business and industry: assist in the development of
      Honor (see H.R. 670) [25JA]                                    allow tax deductible donations (see H.R. 797) [2FE]
                                                                 Higher Education Act: qualify additional institutions             microenterprises and microenterprise lending (see
  Timothy C. McCaghren Customs Administrative Build-                                                                               H.R. 1019) [23FE]
                                                                     for certain programs (see H.R. 268) [9JA]
      ing, El Paso, TX: designate (see H.R. 2415) [28SE]                                                                       Charles A. Hayes Post Office Building, Chicago, IL:
                                                                 Historic buildings and sites: authorizing appropriations
Motions offered by                                                                                                                 designate (see H.R. 2704) [5DE]
                                                                     for the preservation and restoration at historically
  Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: making                                                                         Consumers: retail pricing of consumer commodities
                                                                     black colleges and universities (see H.R. 1179)
      appropriations (H.R. 2002) [8SE]                                                                                             (see H.R. 171) [9JA]
                                                                     [9MR]
COLLECTIVE BARGAINING related term(s) INDUS-                     Lawyers and attorneys: prohibit State discrimination          Contracts: revise and streamline Federal procurement
      TRIAL ARBITRATION; LABOR UNIONS                                                                                              and acquisition laws (see H.R. 1795) [8JN]
                                                                     against lawyers on basis of graduation from accred-
Bills and resolutions                                                ited and certified law schools (see H.R. 610) [20JA]      Credit: require lenders to post current interest rates
  Contracts: require Federal contracts debarment for vio-        Macedonia: access to higher education in the Albanian             charged for various categories of loans to consumers
      lation of National Labor Relations Act provisions              language (see H. Con. Res. 103) [21SE]                        (see H.R. 183) [9JA]
      (see H.R. 2724) [6DE]                                      Maritime academies: reimbursement of fees for exami-          Crime: establish procedures for discontinuance of mo-
  ———require Federal contracts debarment for viola-                  nations and licenses (see H.R. 247) [9JA]                     bile radio services to persons convicted of drug traf-
      tion of Occupational Safety and Health Act provi-          Martin University: participation in the certain Higher            ficking (see H.R. 185) [9JA]
      sions (see H.R. 2725) [6DE]                                    Education Act programs (see H.R. 269) [9JA]               Dept. of Defense: restrict purchase of packaged foods
  Government: status of Federal contractors that hire per-       Medicaid: require HMOs and other managed care plans               that are not domestically packaged (see H.R. 178)
      manent replacements for striking employees (see                to make payments relative to assistance provided              [9JA]
      H.R. 1176) [8MR]                                               by school-based health centers (see H.R. 2420)            Disabled: study providing services and benefits to indi-
  Law enforcement officers: collective bargaining rights             [28SE]                                                        viduals who served with voluntary organizations as-
      for public safety officers employed by States or local     National Sea Grant College Program: reauthorization               sisting the Armed Forces during the Vietnamese
      governments (see H.R. 1484) [7AP]                              (see H.R. 1175) [8MR]                                         Conflict (see H.R. 179) [9JA]
  NLRB: jurisdiction in labor disputes on Johnston Atoll         Navy: transfer a river patrol boat to Tidewater Commu-        Ecology and environment: recycling and management
      (see H.R. 1723) [25MY]                                         nity College (see H.R. 346) [9JA]                             of used oil and reduced lead emissions (see H.R.
  Railway Labor Act: applicability to U.S. air carriers          Northern Mariana Islands: provide for military service            189) [9JA]
      and flight crews during operations outside the U.S.            academy appointments (see H.R. 1689) [23MY]               EEOC: strengthen enforcement in Federal employment
      (see H.R. 1210) [10MR]                                     Northwestern University: tribute to football team (see            cases (see H.R. 190) [9JA]
Reports filed                                                        H. Res. 294) [7DE]                                        FCC: lower market entry barriers for small businesses
  Status of Federal Contractors That Hire Permanent Re-          Postal Service: qualifications for rates reserved for in-         seeking to provide telecommunication and informa-
      placements for Striking Employees: Committee on                stitutions of higher education (see H.R. 2578) [2NO]          tion services (see H.R. 187) [9JA]
      Economic and Educational Opportunities (House)             Taxation: permit loans from individual retirement ac-         ———promote diversity in media ownership, manage-
      (H.R. 1176) (H. Rept. 104–163) [27JN]                          counts for housing, education, and medical emer-              ment, and programming (see H.R. 177) [9JA]
COLLEGE CONSTRUCTION LOAN INSURANCE                                  gencies (see H.R. 2431) [29SE]                            Federal employees: vocational rehabilitation services in
      ASSOCIATION                                                ———restore the prior law exclusion for scholarships               the Civil Service Disability Retirement Program (see
Reports filed                                                        and fellowships and the deduction for interest on             H. Con. Res. 3) [9JA]
  Federal Sponsorship of the Student Loan Marketing                  education loans (see H.R. 157) [9JA]                      Firearms: mandatory registration of handguns (see H.R.
      Association and the College Construction Loan In-          ———treatment of academic health centers relative to
                                                                                                                                   169) [9JA]
      surance Association: Committee on Economic and                 the exclusion for employer-provided housing (see
                                                                                                                               ———manufacturer, importer, or dealer liability for
      Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 1720) (H.              H.R. 1685) [23MY]
                                                                                                                                   damages resulting from certain weapons (see H.R.
                                                                 ———treatment of interest paid on educational loans
      Rept. 104–153) [22JN]                                                                                                        174) [9JA]
                                                                     and withdrawals from retirement plans for higher
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES related term(s)                                                                                      Government: require Federal agencies to apply value
                                                                     education expenses (see H.R. 2050) [18JY]
      EDUCATION; SCHOOLS                                         ———treatment of State prepaid college tuition pro-                engineering (see H.R. 719) [27JA]
Bills and resolutions                                                grams (see H.R. 1328) [28MR]                              Health: adolescent health demonstration projects (see
  American University: reduction in members to the               ———treatment of student loan interest (see H.R.                   H.R. 172) [9JA]
      board of trustees (see H.R. 2681) [28NO]                       1229) [14MR]                                              Housing: energy conservation standards in public hous-
  Civil rights: eliminate segregationist language from cer-      ———treatment of undergraduate and post-secondary                  ing (see H.R. 170) [9JA]
      tain laws relative to funding of State universities            vocational education tuition and fees (see H.R. 2543)     ———facilitate rehabilitation of public housing
      (see H.R. 2730) [6DE]                                          [26OC]                                                        through low-income housing credit (see H.R. 186)
  Crime: require opening of campus security crime logs           U.S. Academy for Democracy and Civil-Military Rela-               [9JA]
      at institutions of higher education (see H.R. 2416)            tions: establish (see H.R. 2652) [16NO]                   ———provide assistance for emergency repairs of low-
      [28SE]                                                     Vocational education: audits of institutions (see H.R.            income housing projects operated by the Chicago
  Dept. of Education: eliminate (see H.R. 1318) [24MR]               601) [20JA]                                                   Housing Authority (see H.R. 167) [9JA]
  Education: development of school-to-work opportuni-          Reports filed                                                   Interstate commerce: insurance disclosures (see H.R.
      ties systems (see H.R. 1426) [6AP]                         Federal Sponsorship of the Student Loan Marketing                 176, 182) [9JA]
  ———funding for higher education financial aid pro-                 Association and the College Construction Loan In-         Medicaid: reduce infant mortality through improvement
      grams (see H. Res. 122) [29MR]                                 surance Association: Committee on Economic and                of coverage of services to pregnant women and in-
  ———increase assistance relative to skills or special-              Educational Opportunities (House) (H.R. 1720) (H.             fants (see H.R. 180) [9JA]
      ties for which there are critical shortages (see H.R.          Rept. 104–153) [22JN]                                     ———screening mammography and screening pap
      1116) [2MR]                                                Marine Resources Programs and National Sea Grant                  smears (see H.R. 173) [9JA]
  ———integration of academic and vocational cur-                     College Program Reauthorization: Committee on Re-         ———State response to hospital closings (see H.R.
      riculum and professional development (see H.R. 48)             sources (House) (H.R. 1175) (H. Rept. 104–123)                168) [9JA]
      [9JA]                                                          [16MY]                                                    Medicare: payment for dental services (see H.R. 166)
  ———national policy to improve system (see H.R.                 ———Committee on Science (House) (H.R. 1175) (H.                   [9JA]
      2834) [22DE]                                                   Rept. 104–123) [11JY]                                     ———permit direct payment of registered nurses for
  ———participation in Pell Grant Program relative to           COLLINS, BARBARA-ROSE (a Representative from                        assistance services at surgery (see H.R. 188) [9JA]
      Federal Stafford Loan Program default rate (see H.R.           Michigan)                                                 Motor vehicles: reform rental car company agreements
      2038) [13JY]                                             Bills and resolutions introduced by                                 relative to liability and collision damage waivers (see
  ———prohibit Federal grants or contracts to institu-            BLS: conduct time use surveys and calculate monetary              H.R. 175) [9JA]
      tions that prevent access to campus for ROTC or                value of unremunerated work (see H.R. 2544)               Privacy Protection Commission: establish to protect cit-
      military recruiting (see H.R. 142, 1118) [9JA] [2MR]           [26OC]                                                        izen information privacy (see H.R. 184) [9JA]

                                                                                        3284
                                                                                   INDEX                                                  COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE

  Social Security: treatment of long-term health care in-     Reports filed                                               Reports filed
      surance (see H.R. 1013) [22FE]                            Intelligence Services Appropriations: Committee of          Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related
  Telecommunications: improve coordination of tele-                 Conference (H.R. 1655) (H. Rept. 104–427) [20DE]            Agencies Programs (H.R. 1976) (H. Rept. 104–172)
      communications policy within the executive branch         ———Committee on Intelligence (House, Select) (H.R.              [30JN]
      (see H.R. 181) [9JA]                                          1655) (H. Rept. 104–138) [14JN]                         Budget Authority Rescissions (H.R. 845) (H. Rept.
  ———industry procurement from businesses owned by              National Security Revitalization Act: Committee on In-          104–30) [10FE]
      minorities and women (see H.R. 503) [13JA]                    telligence (House, Select) (H.R. 7) (H. Rept. 104–      Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H.R. 2126) (H. Rept.
Motions offered by                                                  18) [6FE]                                                   104–208) [27JY]
  Appropriations: line-item veto (H.R. 2) [6FE]               Rules                                                         Dept. of Defense Supplemental Appropriations and Re-
  Federal-State relations: reduce State and local costs         Committee on Intelligence (House, Select) [26JA]                scissions To Enhance and Preserve Military Readi-
      due to unfunded Federal mandates (H.R. 5) [1FE]         COMMEMORATIVE COINS see COINS                                     ness (H.R. 889) (H. Rept. 104–29) [10FE]
  Government regulations: moratorium on regulatory            COMMEMORATIVE STAMPS see POSTAGE AND                          Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropria-
      rulemaking actions (H.R. 450) [24FE]                          STAMPS                                                      tions (H.R. 1977) (H. Rept. 104–173) [30JN]
                                                              COMMISSION ON CONCENTRATION IN THE                            Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office
COLLINS, MAC (a Representative from Georgia)
                                                                    LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY                                          of the President, and Independent Agencies Appro-
Bills and resolutions introduced by
  Aviation: repeal increase in transportation fuels tax ap-   Bills and resolutions                                             priations (H.R. 2020) (H. Rept. 104–183) [12JY]
                                                                Establish (see H.R. 2506) [18OC]                            Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appro-
      plicable to commercial aviation (see H.R. 752)
                                                              COMMISSION ON CONGRESSIONAL MAILING                               priations (H.R. 2002) (H. Rept. 104–177) [11JY]
      [31JA]                                                                                                                Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-
  Tariff: civil aircraft (see H.R. 1712) [25MY]                     STANDARDS
                                                              Appointments                                                      ary Appropriations (H.R. 2076) (H. Rept. 104–196)
COLOMBIA, REPUBLIC OF                                                                                                           [19JY]
                                                                Members [28MR]
Messages                                                                                                                    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and Related
  National Emergency Relative to Foreign Narcotics            COMMISSION ON IMMIGRATION REFORM
                                                              Bills and resolutions                                             Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 2127) (H. Rept. 104–
      Traffickers Centered in Colombia: President Clinton                                                                       209) [27JY]
                                                                Members (see H.R. 962) [15FE]
      [24OC]                                                  Reports filed                                                 Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Inde-
COLORADO                                                        Members: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.               pendent Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 2099) (H.
Bills and resolutions                                               962) (H. Rept. 104–135) [8JN]                               Rept. 104–201) [21JY]
  Cache La Poudre River National Water Heritage Area:         COMMISSION ON INTERGOVERNMENTAL RE-                           District of Columbia Appropriations (H.R. 2546) (H.
      establish (see H.R. 2057) [19JY]                              LATIONS see ADVISORY COMMISSION ON INTER-                   Rept. 104–294) [26OC]
  Gilpin County, CO: exchange of certain lands (see                 GOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
                                                                                                                            Energy and Water Development Appropriations (H.R.
      H.R. 1922, 2437) [22JN] [29SE]                          COMMISSION ON MIA AND POW IN SOUTH-                               1905) (H. Rept. 104–149) [20JN]
  Gunnison County, CO: conveyance of certain lands                                                                          Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Pro-
                                                                    EAST ASIA
      (see H.R. 2438) [29SE]                                  Bills and resolutions                                             grams Appropriations (H.R. 1868) (H. Rept. 104–
  Public lands: designate certain public lands and min-         Establish (see H.R. 2174) [2AU]                                 143) [15JN]
      erals for military use (see H.R. 256) [9JA]                                                                           Legislative Branch Appropriations (H.R. 1854) (H.
                                                              COMMISSION ON SECURITY AND COOPERA-
  Rocky Mountain National Park: designate certain lands                                                                         Rept. 104–141) [15JN]
                                                                    TION IN EUROPE
      as wilderness (see H.R. 621) [20JA]                                                                                   Military Construction, Family Housing, and Base Clo-
                                                              Appointments
  ———operation of visitor facilities (see H.R. 629)             Members [9JA] [22FE]                                            sure and Realignment Appropriations (H.R. 1817)
      [23JA]                                                                                                                    (H. Rept. 104–104) [13JN]
                                                              COMMISSION ON THE REVIEW OF NATIONAL
Reports filed                                                                                                               Revised Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year
                                                                    POLICIES TOWARD GAMBLING
  Control of Colorado River Basin Salinity Upstream                                                                             1996 (H. Rept. 104–266) [27SE] (H. Rept. 104–
                                                              Bills and resolutions
      of Imperial Dam: Committee on Resources (House)           Establish (see H.R. 462) [11JA]                                 380) [5DE]
      (S. 523) (H. Rept. 104–132) [7JN]                                                                                     Subdivision of Budget Totals for Fiscal Year 1996
                                                              COMMISSION ON WOMEN’S ART IN THE U.S.
  Designate Certain Colorado Public Lands and Minerals                                                                          (H. Rept. 104–142) [15JN] (H. Rept. 104–175)
                                                                    CAPITOL
      for Military Use: Committee on National Security                                                                          [11JY] (H. Rept. 104–197) [20JY]
                                                              Bills and resolutions
      (House) (H.R. 256) (H. Rept. 104–28) [14FE]                                                                           Supplemental Appropriations and Rescissions (H.R.
                                                                Establish (see H. Con. Res. 128) [22DE]
  ———Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 256)                                                                                  1158, 1159) (H. Rept. 104–70, 71) [8MR]
                                                              COMMITTEE HEARINGS AND MEETINGS                             Rules
      (H. Rept. 104–28) [10FE]                                Bills and resolutions                                         Procedure [18JA]
  Gilpin County, CO, Land Exchange: Committee on                Committee on Government Reform and Oversight
      Resources (House) (H.R. 2437) (H. Rept. 104–305)                                                                    COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND FINANCIAL
                                                                    (House): use of forged documents at a Subcommittee
      [6NO]                                                                                                                     SERVICES (HOUSE)
                                                                    on National Economic Growth, Natural Resources        Bills and resolutions
  Rocky Mountain National Park Visitor Facilities Oper-             and Regulatory Affairs hearing (see H. Res. 244)        Campbell, Representative: election (see H. Res. 324)
      ation: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 629)              [25OC]                                                      [27DE]
      (H. Rept. 104–211) [28JY]                               Motions                                                       Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 85) [14FE]
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO                                            Committee on Government Reform and Oversight                Mexico: reporting requirements on economic assistance
Bills and resolutions                                               (House): use of forged documents at a Subcommittee          relative to instability of economy and currency (see
  Winfield Scott Stratton Post Office: designate (see H.R.          on National Economic Growth, Natural Resources              H. Con. Res. 27) [14FE]
      1026) [23FE]                                                  and Regulatory Affairs hearing (H. Res. 244) [25OC]   Reports filed
COLUMBUS, NE                                                  COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE (HOUSE)                              Financial Institutions Regulatory Process and Paper-
Bills and resolutions                                         Bills and resolutions                                             work Requirements Reform (H.R. 1858) (H. Rept.
  Lost Creek flood control project: costs relative to judg-     Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 68) [9FE]                104–193) [18JY]
      ment funds (see H.R. 1071) [28FE]                       Reports filed                                                 Financial Services Competitiveness Act (H.R. 1062)
                                                                CFTC Appropriations (H.R. 618) (H. Rept. 104–104)               (H. Rept. 104–127) [18MY] [13JN]
COMBEST, LARRY (a Representative from Texas)
                                                                    [6AP]                                                   Reporting Requirements on Economic Assistance to
Appointments
                                                                Convey Certain Lands to Rolla, MO (H.R. 701) (H.                Mexico Relative to Instability of Economy and Cur-
  Committee on Intelligence (House, Select) [4JA]
                                                                    Rept. 104–215) [31JY]                                       rency (H. Res. 80) (H. Rept. 104–53) [27FE]
  Conferee: H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations          Farm Credit Bank Regulatory Burden Reduction (H.R.
      [21SE]                                                                                                                Senior Citizen Housing Safety and Economic Relief
                                                                    2029) (H. Rept. 104–421) [18DE]                             Act (H.R. 117) (H. Rept. 104–281) [18OC]
  ———H.R. 1655, intelligence services appropriations            Food Stamp Program Reform (H.R. 1135) (H. Rept.
      [17OC]                                                                                                              Rules
                                                                    104–77) [14MR]                                          Procedure [3FE]
Bills and resolutions introduced by                             Illinois Land Conservation Act (H.R. 714) (H. Rept.
  Committee on Intelligence (House, Select): authorizing                                                                  COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE (HOUSE)
                                                                    104–191) [28JY]                                       Appointments
      expenditures (see H. Res. 64) [8FE]                       Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act Amendments          Members [10MY]
  Health: designate obstetrician-gynecologists as primary           (H.R. 1103) (H. Rept. 104–207) [26JY]                 Bills and resolutions
      care providers for women under Federal health care        Require Federal Agencies To Differentiate Between Or-       Committees of the House: majority party appointments
      regulations (see H. Res. 30) [9JA]                            ganic Oils and Petroleum Based Oils (H.R. 436)              (see H. Res. 157) [25MY]
  Intelligence services: authorizing appropriations (see            (H. Rept. 104–262) [27SE]                               ———minority party appointments (see H. Res. 229)
      H.R. 1655) [17MY]                                         Talladega National Forest Boundary Modification (H.R.           [27SE]
  National Committee on Telemedicine: establish (see                1874) (H. Rept. 104–216) [31JY]                         Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 70) [9FE]
      H.R. 426) [9JA]                                         Rules                                                         Tauzin, Representative: election (see H. Res. 217)
  Roads and highways: maximum speed limit (see H.R.             Procedure [23JA]                                                [12SE]
      427) [9JA]                                              COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS (HOUSE)                         Reports filed
Conference reports                                            Bills and resolutions                                         Clarify Exemptions From Securities and Antitrust Laws
  Intelligence Services Appropriations (H.R. 1655)              Subcommittee on Veterans’ Affairs: establish (see H.            Relative to Charitable Gift Annuities (H.R. 2519)
      [20DE]                                                        Res. 27) [9JA]                                              (H. Rept. 104–333) [10NO]

                                                                                       3285
COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE                                                             INDEX
  Communications Act (H.R. 1555) (H. Rept. 104–204)            Federal Sponsorship of the Student Loan Marketing         Rules
      [24JY]                                                       Association and the College Construction Loan In-       Procedure [20JA]
  Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act Revi-                 surance Association (H.R. 1720) (H. Rept. 104–153)    COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE (HOUSE, SE-
      sion and Extension (H.R. 1872) (H. Rept. 104–245)            [22JN]                                                      LECT)
      [14SE]                                                   National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endow-      Appointments
  Congressional Consent to the Texas Low-Level Radio-              ment for the Humanities and the Institute for Mu-       Members [4JA]
      active Waste Disposal Compact (H.R. 558) (H. Rept.           seum Services Appropriations (H.R. 1557) (H. Rept.    Bills and resolutions
      104–148) [20JN]                                              104–170) [29JN]                                         Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 64) [8FE]
  Extension of Deadline for Construction of Hydro-             Restrict Government Promotion of Economically Tar-        Reports filed
      electric Project in Arkansas (H.R. 657) (H. Rept.            geted Investments for Employee Benefit Plans (H.R.      Intelligence Services Appropriations (H.R. 1655) (H.
      104–315) [7NO]                                               1594) (H. Rept. 104–238) [6SE]                              Rept. 104–138) [14JN]
  Extension of Deadline for Construction of Hydro-             Status of Federal Contractors That Hire Permanent Re-       National Security Revitalization Act (H.R. 7) (H. Rept.
      electric Project in New Jersey (H.R. 1366) (H. Rept.         placements for Striking Employees (H.R. 1176) (H.           104–18) [6FE]
      104–322) [7NO]                                               Rept. 104–163) [27JN]                                 Rules
  Extension of Deadline for Construction of Hydro-             Welfare Reform Consolidation Act (H.R. 999) (H.             Procedure [26JA]
      electric Project in Ohio (H.R. 1011) (H. Rept. 104–          Rept. 104–75) [10MR]                                  COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE (JOINT)
      317) [7NO]                                             Rules                                                       Bills and resolutions
  Extension of Deadline for Construction of Hydro-             Procedure [19JA] [6FE]                                      Establish (see H.J. Res. 130) [5DE]
      electric Project in Oregon (H.R. 1290) (H. Rept.       COMMITTEE ON ECONOMICS (JOINT)                              COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
      104–320) [7NO]                                         Appointments                                                      (HOUSE)
  Extension of Deadline for Construction of Hydro-             Members [19JA]                                            Bills and resolutions
      electric Project in Washington (H.R. 1014) (H. Rept.   COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR                              Campbell, Representative: election (see H. Res. 324)
      104–318) [7NO]                                               (HOUSE)                                                     [27DE]
  Extension of Deadline for Construction of Hydro-           Reports filed                                                 Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 84) [14FE]
                                                               National Labor Relations Act Amendments (H.R. 743)          Frazer, Delegate: election (see H. Res. 46) [27JA]
      electric Project in West Virginia (H.R. 1051) (H.
                                                                   (H. Rept. 104–248) [18SE]                               Houghton, Representative: election (see H. Res. 48)
      Rept. 104–319) [7NO]
                                                             COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT REFORM AND                                [27JA]
  Extension of Deadline for Construction of Hydro-
                                                                   OVERSIGHT (HOUSE)                                     Reports filed
      electric Project in West Virginia (H.R. 1335) (H.                                                                    Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act (H.R.
                                                             Bills and resolutions
      Rept. 104–321) [7NO]                                     Committees of the House: majority party appointments            927) (H. Rept. 104–202) [24JY]
  FCC Competitive Bidding in Granting Licenses and                 (see H. Res. 157) [25MY]                                National Security Revitalization Act (H.R. 7) (H. Rept.
      Permits (H.R. 1218) (H. Rept. 104–88) [23MR]             ———minority party appointments (see H. Res. 186)                104–18) [6FE]
  Federally Supported Health Centers Assistance Act                [12JY]                                                Rules
      (H.R. 1747) (H. Rept. 104–398) [12DE]                    Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 62) [7FE]            Procedure [7FE]
  Financial Services Competitiveness Act (H.R. 1062)           Political ethics: use of forged documents at a Sub-       COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND
      (H. Rept. 104–127) [22JN]                                    committee on National Economic Growth, Natural              FISHERIES (HOUSE)
  Hydroelectric Power Licenses Extension (H.R. 680) (H.            Resources and Regulatory Affairs hearing (see H.      Reports filed
      Rept. 104–316) [7NO]                                         Res. 244) [25OC]                                        Consideration of H.R. 1350, Revitalize U.S.-Flag Mer-
  Job Creation and Wage Enhancement Act (H.R. 9)             Motions                                                           chant Marine (H. Res. 287) (H. Rept. 104–375)
      (H. Rept. 104–33) [15FE]                                 Political ethics: use of forged documents at a Sub-             [30NO]
  Medicare Reform: (H.R. 2425) (H. Rept. 104–276)                  committee on National Economic Growth, Natural        COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL SECURITY (HOUSE)
      [17OC]                                                       Resources and Regulatory Affairs hearing (H. Res.     Bills and resolutions
  Medicare Savings Provisions (H.R. 1217) (H. Rept.                244) [25OC]                                             Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 77) [9FE]
      104–87) [23MR]                                         Reports filed                                               Reports filed
  Natural Gas and Hazardous Liquid Pipeline Safety             District of Columbia Expenditure and Appropriation          Conveyance of Butte County, CA, Lands to Certain
      (H.R. 1323) (H. Rept. 104–110) [6JN]                         of Funds for Times When Congress Has Not Enacted            Individuals (H.R. 440) (H. Rept. 104–9) [27JA]
  Nuclear Waste Policy Act Amendments (H.R. 1020)                  a Budget (H.R. 2661) (H. Rept. 104–408) [14DE]          Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission
      (H. Rept. 104–254) [20SE]                                District of Columbia Financial Responsibility and Man-          Recommendations (H.J. Res. 102) (H. Rept. 104–
  Permit Medicare Select Policies To Be Offered in All             agement Assistance Authority (H.R. 1345) (H. Rept.          220) [1AU]
      States (H.R. 483) (H. Rept. 104–79) [6AP]                    104–96) [30MR]                                          Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H.R. 1530) (H. Rept.
  Product Liability Reform (H.R. 10) (H. Rept. 104–            District of Columbia Use of Tax Revenues for Con-               104–131) [6JN]
      50) [24FE]                                                   struction of a New Convention Center and Sports         Designate Certain Colorado Public Lands and Minerals
  Product Liability Reform (H.R. 917) (H. Rept. 104–               Arena and Operation of the Current Convention Cen-          for Military Use (H.R. 256) (H. Rept. 104–28)
      63) [1MR]                                                    ter (H.R. 2108) (H. Rept. 104–227) [2AU]                    [14FE]
  Reduction of Work-Related Vehicle Trips in Ozone             Family Privacy Protection Act (H.R. 1271) (H. Rept.         Management of Wilderness Land and Water for Fish
      Nonattainment Areas (H.R. 325) (H. Rept. 104–387)            104–94) [29MR]                                              and Wildlife Purposes (H.R. 1141) (H. Rept. 104–
      [6DE]                                                    Federal Reports Elimination and Sunset Act (S. 790)             107) [6JN]
  Repeal Unnecessary Medical Device Reporting Re-                  (H. Rept. 104–327) [8NO]                                National Security Revitalization Act (H.R. 7) (H. Rept.
      quirements (H.R. 2366) (H. Rept. 104–323) [7NO]          Government Regulations Reform (H.R. 994) (H. Rept.              104–18) [6FE]
  Require Federal Agencies To Differentiate Between Or-            104–284) [19OC]                                         Revitalize U.S.-Flag Merchant Marine (H.R. 1350) (H.
      ganic Oils and Petroleum Based Oils (H.R. 436)           Intelligence Services Appropriations (H.R. 1655) (H.
                                                                                                                               Rept. 104–229) [3AU]
      (H. Rept. 104–262) [27SE]                                    Rept. 104–138) [19JY]                                 Rules
  Saccharin Notice Requirement Repeal (H.R. 1787) (H.          Line-Item Veto (H.R. 2) (H. Rept. 104–11) [30JA]
                                                                                                                           Procedure [7FE]
      Rept. 104–386) [6DE]                                     Paperwork Reduction Act (H.R. 830) (H. Rept. 104–
                                                                   37) [15FE]                                            COMMITTEE ON POW/MIA AFFAIRS (HOUSE, SE-
  U.S. Enrichment Corp. Privatization (H.R. 1216) (H.                                                                          LECT)
      Rept. 104–86) [23MR]                                     Regulatory Transition Act (H.R. 450) (H. Rept. 104–
                                                                   39) [16FE]                                            Bills and resolutions
Rules                                                                                                                      Establish (see H. Res. 21) [9JA]
  Procedure [25JA]                                             Repeal Transitional Authorization of Appropriations for
                                                                   the Postal Service (H.R. 1826) (H. Rept. 104–174)     COMMITTEE ON PRINTING (JOINT)
COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC AND EDU-                                                                                           Bills and resolutions
                                                                   [10JY]
      CATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES (HOUSE)                           Revise and Streamline Federal Procurement and Acqui-        Committees of the House: appointments to the Com-
Bills and resolutions                                              sition Laws (H.R. 1670) (H. Rept. 104–222) [1AU]            mittee on Printing (Joint) and the Committee on
  Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 71) [9FE]           Rules                                                             the Library (Joint) (see H. Res. 86) [15FE]
  Fattah, Representative: election (see H. Res. 236)           Procedure [20JA]                                          Rules
      [11OC]                                                 COMMITTEE ON HOUSE OVERSIGHT (HOUSE)                          Procedure [9MR]
Reports filed                                                Appointments                                                COMMITTEE ON RESOURCES (HOUSE)
  Child Labor Provisions of the Fair Labor Standards           Office of Fair Employment Practices Review Panel          Bills and resolutions
      Act Relative to Loading of Materials Into Balers             [8MR] [3MY]                                             Committees of the House: majority party appointments
      and Compacters (H.R. 1114) (H. Rept. 104–278)          Bills and resolutions                                             (see H. Res. 157) [25MY]
      [17OC]                                                   Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 87, 90) [16FE]       Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 82) [10FE]
  Exempt State and Local Court Reporters From Certain          Members of Congress: minority party appointments            Tauzin, Representative: election (see H. Res. 217)
      Federal Compensatory Time Requirements (H.R.                 (see H. Res. 32) [11JA]                                     [12SE]
      1225) (H. Rept. 104–219) [1AU]                         Reports filed                                               Reports filed
  Federal Job Training Programs Consolidation (H.R.            Committees of the House Appropriations (H. Res. 107)        Admiralty Island National Monument Land Exchange
      1617) (H. Rept. 104–152) [22JN]                              (H. Rept. 104–74) [10MR]                                    (H.R. 1266) (H. Rept. 104–115) [9MY]

                                                                                      3286
                                                                                INDEX                                                       COMMITTEE ON RULES

Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Amendment To             National Wildlife Refuge System Management Im-              recognition of Gain Relative to Certain FCC Policies
  Provide for the Buyback of Common Stock of Cook                provement (H.R. 1675) (H. Rept. 104–218) [31JY]         (H. Res. 121) (H. Rept. 104–93) [29MR]
  Inlet Region, Inc. (H.R. 421) (H. Rept. 104–40)            NOAA Appropriations (H.R. 1815) (H. Rept. 104–237)        Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 889, Sup-
  [21FE]                                                         [29SE]                                                  plemental Appropriations and Rescissions To En-
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Amendments               Prohibit Fishing by U.S. Fishermen in the Sea of            hance Military Readiness (H. Res. 129) (H. Rept.
  (H.R. 402) (H. Rept. 104–73) [9MR]                             Okhotsk (H.R. 715) (H. Rept. 104–42) [21FE]             104–102) [5AP]
Alaska North Slope Crude Oil Exports (H.R. 70) (H.           Prohibit Transfer of Angeles National Forest Lands        Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1058, Pri-
  Rept. 104–139) [15JN]                                          for Use as a Solid Waste Landfill (H.R. 924) (H.        vate Securities Litigation Reform Act (H. Res. 290)
Alaska Power Administration Sale of Hydroelectric                Rept. 104–309) [6NO]                                    (H. Rept. 104–382) [5DE]
  Projects and the Export of Alaska North Slope Crude        Protection of Wild Horses Within Boundaries of the        Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1158,
  Oil (H.R. 1122) (H. Rept. 104–187) [13JY]                      Ozark National Scenic Riverway (H.R. 238) (H.           Supplemental Appropriations and Rescissions (H.
Atlantic Striped Bass Commercial Harvesting (H.R.                Rept. 104–296) [30OC]                                   Res. 151) (H. Rept. 104–126) [17MY]
  1139) (H. Rept. 104–105) [1MY]                             Robert J. Lagomarsino Visitors Center, Channel Islands    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1530,
Atlantic Tunas Convention Act Reauthorization (H.R.              National Park, CA (H.J. Res. 50) (H. Rept. 104–         Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H. Res. 307) (H.
  541) (H. Rept. 104–109) [1MY]                                  10) [27JA]                                              Rept. 104–407) [14DE]
Big Thicket, TX, National Preserve Land Exchange             Rocky Mountain National Park Visitor Facilities Oper-     Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1655, In-
  (H.R. 826) (H. Rept. 104–371) [30NO]                           ation (H.R. 629) (H. Rept. 104–211) [28JY]              telligence Services Appropriations (H. Res. 318) (H.
BLM Appropriations (H.R. 1077) (H. Rept. 104–155)            Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community Land              Rept. 104–429) [20DE]
  [22JN]                                                         Transfer (S. 1341) (H. Rept. 104–439) [21DE]          Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1817,
Chaco Culture Archeological Protection Sites (H.R.           Snowbasin, UT, Ski Area Land Exchange (H.R. 2402)           Military Construction, Family Housing, and Base
  517) (H. Rept. 104–56) [28FE]                                  (H. Rept. 104–409) [15DE]                               Closure and Realignment Appropriations (H. Res.
Cleveland National Forest Land Exchange and Bound-           Sumpter, OR, Land Conveyance (H.R. 1581) (H. Rept.          223) (H. Rept. 104–251) [19SE]
  ary Adjustment (H.R. 207) (H. Rept. 104–310)                   104–308) [6NO]                                        Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1854,
  [6NO]                                                      Technical Corrections to Certain Laws Relative to Na-       Legislative Branch of the Government Appropria-
Coastal Barrier Resources System Map System Tech-                tive Americans (H.R. 2726) (H. Rept. 104–444)           tions (H. Res. 206) (H. Rept. 104–221) [1AU]
  nical Corrections (H.R. 2005) (H. Rept. 104–288)               [30DE]                                                Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1868, For-
  [20OC]                                                     Transfer Parcel of Public Land to Taos Pueblo Indians       eign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Pro-
Collection of Fees for Triploid Grass Carp Certification         of New Mexico (H.R. 101) (H. Rept. 104–7) [27JA]        grams Appropriations (H. Res. 249) (H. Rept. 104–
  Inspections (S. 268) (H. Rept. 104–189) [17JY]             Transfer the Stuttgart, AR, Fish Farming Experimental       298) [30OC]
Control of Colorado River Basin Salinity Upstream                Laboratory to the Dept. of Agriculture (H.R. 33)      Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1905, En-
  of Imperial Dam (S. 523) (H. Rept. 104–132) [7JN]              (H. Rept. 104–357) [28NO]                               ergy and Water Development Appropriations (H.
Convention on Future Multilateral Cooperation in the         Transfer Title of Real Property in Anacostia Park to        Res. 248) (H. Rept. 104–297) [30OC]
                                                                 the District of Columbia To Facilitate Construction   Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1976, Ag-
  Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Implementation (H.R.
                                                                 of the National Children’s Island (H.R. 1508) (H.       riculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related
  622) (H. Rept. 104–41) [21FE]
                                                                 Rept. 104–277) [17OC]                                   Agencies Programs Appropriations (H. Res. 235) (H.
Convey the National Marine Fisheries Service Labora-
                                                             Trinity Lake Reservoir (H.R. 1070) (H. Rept. 104–           Rept. 104–271) [29SE]
  tory in Gloucester, MA, to Massachusetts (H.R.
                                                                 134) [7JN]                                            Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1977,
  1358) (H. Rept. 104–287) [20OC]
                                                             Trinity River Fish and Wildlife Restoration (H.R. 2243)     Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appro-
Conveyance of Fairport National Fish Hatchery to Iowa
                                                                 (H. Rept. 104–395) [11DE]                               priations (H. Res. 231) (H. Rept. 104–264), [27SE]
  (H.R. 584) (H. Rept. 104–35) [15FE]
                                                             Utah Wilderness Lands Designation (H.R. 1745) (H.           (H. Res. 253) (H. Rept. 104–304) [1NO], (H. Res.
Conveyance of New London National Fish Hatchery
                                                                 Rept. 104–396) [11DE]                                   301) (H. Rept. 104–403) [13DE]
  to Minnesota (H.R. 614) (H. Rept. 104–36) [15FE]
                                                             Virginia National Park System Improvement (H.R.           Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2002,
Corning National Fish Hatchery Conveyance Act (H.R.
                                                                 1091) (H. Rept. 104–176) [11JY]                         Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appro-
  535) (H. Rept. 104–34) [15FE]                              Walnut Canyon National Monument Boundaries (H.R.            priations (H. Res. 241) (H. Rept. 104–289) [24OC]
Dayton Aviation Heritage Preservation Act Amend-                                                                       Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2020,
                                                                 562) (H. Rept. 104–60) [28FE]
  ments (H.R. 606) (H. Rept. 104–58) [28FE]                  Washington County, UT, Land Exchange With Water             Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Of-
Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Oper-                Conservancy District (H.R. 1838) (H. Rept. 104–         fice of the President, and Independent Agencies Ap-
  ation Fees (H.R. 536) (H. Rept. 104–57) [28FE]                 306) [6NO]                                              propriations (H. Res. 267) (Rept. 104–338) [14NO]
Designate Certain Colorado Public Lands and Minerals         Water Resources Research Act Appropriations (H.R.         Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2076,
  for Military Use (H.R. 256) (H. Rept. 104–28)                  1743) (H. Rept. 104–242) [8SE]                          Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judi-
  [10FE]                                                   Rules                                                         ciary Appropriations (H. Res. 289) (H. Rept. 104–
Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife              Procedure [19JA]                                            381) [5DE]
  Refuge Designation (H.R. 1253) (H. Rept. 104–290)        COMMITTEE ON RULES (HOUSE)                                  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2099,
  [24OC]                                                   Bills and resolutions                                         Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry
Exchange National Park Service Land in the Fire Is-          Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 76) [9FE]            Independent Agencies Appropriations (H. Res. 280)
  land, NY, National Seashore for Land in Suffolk            House Rules: same-day consideration of certain resolu-      (H. Rept. 104–355) [18NO], (H. Res. 291) (H. Rept.
  County, NY (H.R. 1163) (H. Rept. 104–313) [7NO]                tions (see H. Res. 260, 265, 276, 297) [9NO]            104–385) [6DE]
Exchange of Targhee Forest System Lands in Idaho                 [13NO] [17NO] [12DE]                                  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2126,
  for Non-Federal Forest Lands in Wyoming (H.R.              Members of Congress: minority party appointments            Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H. Res. 232) (H.
  529) (H. Rept. 104–55) [27FE]                                  (see H. Res. 34) [11JA]                                 Rept. 104–265) [27SE], (H. Res. 271) (H. Rept.
Fishermen’s Protective Act Amendments (H.R. 716)           Motions                                                       104–346) [15NO]
  (H. Rept. 104–47) [23FE]                                   House Rules: same-day consideration of certain resolu-    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2491,
Fishery Conservation and Management Act (H.R. 39)                tions (H. Res. 276) [18NO]                              Reconciliation of the Concurrent Budget Resolution
  (H. Rept. 104–171) [30JN]                                Reports filed                                                 (H. Res. 272) (H. Rept. 104–348) [16NO]
Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve Land          Allow Motions To Suspend House Rules (H. Res. 275)        Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2539,
  Exchange (H.R. 400) (H. Rept. 104–8) [27JA]                    (H. Rept. 104–351) [17NO]                               Interstate Commerce Commission Termination Act
Gilpin County, CO, Land Exchange (H.R. 2437) (H.             Amend House Rules To Permit Committee Chairmen              (H. Res. 312) (H. Rept. 104–425) [19DE]
  Rept. 104–305) [6NO]                                           To Schedule Hearings (H. Res. 43) (H. Rept. 104–      Consideration of Conference Report on S. 395, Alaska
Great Western Scenic Trail Designation (H.R. 531)                5) [27JA]                                               Power Administration Sale of Hydroelectric Projects
  (H. Rept. 104–54) [27FE]                                   Amendments in Disagreement to Conference Report             and the Export of Alaska North Slope Crude Oil
Management of Presidio, CA, Facilities (H.R. 1296)               on H.R. 1868, Foreign Operations, Export Financing,     (H. Res. 256) (H. Rept. 104–314) [7NO]
  (H. Rept. 104–234) [4AU]                                       and Related Programs Appropriations (H. Res. 296)     Consideration of H. Con. Res. 17, Treatment of Social
Management of Wilderness Land and Water for Fish                 (H. Rept. 104–399) [12DE]                               Security Under a Constitutional Amendment To Re-
  and Wildlife Purposes (H.R. 1141) (H. Rept. 104–           Consideration of Conference Report on H. Con. Res.          quire a Balanced Budget (H. Res. 44) (H. Rept.
  107) [1MY]                                                     67, Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1996–2002      104–4) [24JA]
Modoc National Forest Boundary Expansion (H.R.                   (H. Rept. 104–165) [28JN]                             Consideration of H. Con. Res. 67, Setting Forth the
  1585) (H. Rept. 104–307) [6NO]                             Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 4, Per-          Federal Budget for 1996–2002 (H. Res. 149) (H.
National Park Service Boundary Adjustments and Pro-              sonal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act (H.       Rept. 104–135) [16MY]
  gram Changes (H.R. 694) (H. Rept. 104–59) [28FE]               Res. 319) (H. Rept. 104–431) [20DE]                   Consideration of H. Con. Res. 109, Increase Social
National Park System Reform Act (H.R. 260) (H. Rept.         Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 483, Per-        Security Earnings Limit (H. Res. 245) (H. Rept.
  104–133) [7JN]                                                 mit Medicare Select Policies To Be Offered in All       104–292) [25OC]
Marine Resources Programs and National Sea Grant                 States (H. Res. 180) (H. Rept. 104–169) [29JN]        Consideration of H. Con. Res. 122, Setting Forth the
  College Program Reauthorization (H.R. 1175) (H.            Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 831, Self-       Federal Budget for 1996–2002 (H. Res. 309) (H.
  Rept. 104–123) [16MY]                                          Employed Health Insurance Tax Deduction and Non-        Rept. 104–423) [18DE]

                                                                                    3287
COMMITTEE ON RULES                                                            INDEX
 Consideration of H. Res. 43, Amend House Rules To           Competitiveness (H. Res. 226) (H. Rept. 104–256)        Consideration of H.R. 1905, Energy and Water Devel-
   Permit Committee Chairmen To Schedule Hearings            [21SE]                                                    opment Appropriations (H. Res. 171) (H. Rept. 104–
   (H. Res. 47) (H. Rept. 104–6) [27JA]                    Consideration of H.R. 830, Paperwork Reduction Act          154) [22JN]
 Consideration of H. Res. 250, House Gift Rules Re-          (H. Res. 91) (H. Rept. 104–43) [21FE]                   Consideration of H.R. 1944, Supplemental Appropria-
   form (H. Res. 268) (H. Rept. 104–341) [15NO]            Consideration of H.R. 831, Self-Employed Health In-         tions and Rescissions (H. Res. 176) (H. Rept. 104–
 Consideration of H. Res. 299, House Rules Relative          surance Tax Deduction and Nonrecognition of Gain          166) [28JN]
   to Treatment of Outside Earned Income (H. Res.            on Sales and Exchanges Effectuating FCC Policies        Consideration of H.R. 1976, Agriculture, Rural Devel-
   322) (H. Rept. 104–441) [21DE]                            (H. Res. 88) (H. Rept. 104–38) [16FE]                     opment, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs Ap-
 Consideration of H. Res. 302, U.S. Military Enforce-      Consideration of H.R. 889, Dept. of Defense Supple-         propriations (H. Res. 188) (H. Rept. 104–185)
   ment of Peace Agreement Between Serbian, Cro-             mental Appropriations and Rescissions To Enhance          [12JY]
   atian, and Muslim Forces in Bosnia and Herzegovina        Military Readiness (H. Res. 92) (H. Rept. 104–44)       Consideration of H.R. 1977, Dept. of the Interior and
   (H. Res. 304) (H. Rept. 104–405) [13DE]                   [21FE]                                                    Related Agencies Appropriations (H. Res. 185) (H.
 Consideration of H. Res. 306, U.S. Military Interven-     Consideration of H.R. 925, Private Property Protection      Rept. 104–182) [11JY], (H. Res. 187) (H. Rept. 104–
   tion in Bosnia and Herzegovina (H. Res. 304) (H.          Act (H. Res. 101) (H. Rept. 104–61) [28FE]                184) [12JY], (H. Res. 189) (H. Rept. 104–186)
   Rept. 104–405) [13DE]                                   Consideration of H.R. 926, Regulatory Reform and Re-        [13JY]
 Consideration of H.J. Res. 1, Constitutional Amend-         lief Act (H. Res. 100) (H. Rept. 104–52) [27FE]         Consideration of H.R. 2002, Dept. of Transportation
   ment To Require a Balanced Budget (H. Res. 44)          Consideration of H.R. 927, Cuban Liberty and Demo-          and Related Agencies Appropriations (H. Res. 194)
   (H. Rept. 104–4) [24JA]                                   cratic Solidarity Act (H. Res. 225) (H. Rept. 104–        (H. Rept. 104–195) [19JY]
 Consideration of H.J. Res. 73, Constitutional Amend-        253) [19SE]                                             Consideration of H.R. 2020, Dept. of the Treasury,
   ment to Limit Congressional Terms (H. Res. 116)         Consideration of H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal               Postal Service, Executive Office of the President,
   (H. Rept. 104–82) [15MR]                                  Standards Reform Act (H. Res. 108) (H. Rept. 104–         and Independent Agencies Appropriations (H. Res.
 Consideration of H.J. Res. 79, Constitutional Amend-        69) [7MR], (H. Res. 109) (H. Rept. 104–72) [8MR]          190) (H. Rept. 104–190) [17JY]
   ment To Prohibit Desecration of the U.S. Flag (H.       Consideration of H.R. 961, Federal Water Pollution        Consideration of H.R. 2058, China Policy Act and
   Res. 173) (H. Rept. 104–164) [27JN]                       Control Act Amendments (H. Res. 140) (H. Rept.            H.J. Res. 96, Most-Favored-Nation Status for the
 Consideration of H.J. Res. 108, Continuing Appropria-       104–114) [9MY]                                            People’s Republic of China (H. Res. 193) (H. Rept.
   tions (H.J. Res. 230) (H. Rept. 104–263) [27SE]         Consideration of H.R. 988, Attorney Accountability Act      104–194) [19JY]
 Consideration of H.J. Res. 115, Continuing Appropria-       (H. Res. 104) (H. Rept. 104–66) [3MR]                   Consideration of H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Jus-
   tions (H. Res. 257) (H. Rept. 104–326) [7NO], (H.       Consideration of H.R. 1022, Risk Assessment and             tice, and State and the Judiciary Appropriations (H.
   Res. 261) (H. Rept. 104–331) [9NO]                        Cost-Benefit Act (H. Res. 96) (H. Rept. 104–51)           Res. 198) Rept. 104–200) [21JY]
 Consideration of H.J. Res. 122, Continuing Appropria-       [24FE]                                                  Consideration of H.R. 2099, Depts. of Veterans Affairs
   tions (H. Res. 270) (H. Rept. 104–343) [15NO]           Consideration of H.R. 1058, Securities Litigation Re-       and HUD, and Sundry Independent Agencies Appro-
 Consideration of H.J. Res. 134, Dept. of Veterans Af-       form Act (H. Res. 103) (H. Rept. 104–65) [3MR],           priations (H. Res. 201) (H. Rept. 104–206) [25JY]
   fairs Continuing Appropriations (H. Res. 317) (H.         (H. Res. 105) (H. Rept. 104–68) [6MR]                   Consideration of H.R. 2126, Dept. of Defense Appro-
   Rept. 104–428) [20DE]                                   Consideration of H.R. 1158, Supplemental Appropria-         priations (H. Res. 205) (H. Rept. 104–214) [28JY]
 Consideration of H.R. 4, Personal Responsibility Act                                                                Consideration of H.R. 2127, Depts. of Labor, HHS,
                                                             tions and Rescissions (H. Res. 115) (H. Rept. 104–
   (H. Res. 117) (H. Rept. 104–83) [16MR], (H. Res.                                                                    and Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations
                                                             78) [14MR]
   119) (H. Rept. 104–85) [21MR]                                                                                       (H. Res. 208) (H. Rept. 104–224) [1AU]
                                                           Consideration of H.R. 1162, Deficit Reduction Lockbox
 Consideration of H.R. 5, Unfunded Mandate Reform
                                                             Act (H. Res. 218) (H. Rept. 104–243) [12SE]             Consideration of H.R. 2259, Disapproving Certain Sen-
   Act (H. Res. 38) (H. Rept. 104–2) [18JA]
                                                           Consideration of H.R. 1170, State Referendum Chal-          tencing Guideline Amendments (S. Res. 237) (H.
 Consideration of H.R. 7, National Security Revitaliza-
                                                             lenges (H. Res. 227) (H. Rept. 104–257) [21SE]            Rept. 104–279) [17OC]
   tion Act (H. Res. 83) (H. Rept. 104–31) [13FE]
                                                           Consideration of H.R. 1215, Contract With America         Consideration of H.R. 2274, National Highway System
 Consideration of H.R. 70, Alaska North Slope Crude
                                                             Tax Relief Act (H. Res. 128) (H. Rept. 104–100)           Designation (H. Res. 224) (H. Rept. 104–252)
   Oil Exports (H. Res. 197) (H. Rept. 104–198) [21JY]
 Consideration of H.R. 101, Transfer Parcel of Land          [4AP]                                                     [19SE]
   to Taos Pueblo Indians (H. Res. 51) (H. Rept. 104–      Consideration of H.R. 1271, Family Privacy Protection     Consideration of H.R. 2405, Federal Civilian Science
   12) [31JA]                                                Act (H. Res. 125) (H. Rept. 104–97) [3AP]                 Activities Appropriations (H. Res. 234) (H. Rept.
 Consideration of H.R. 400, Gates of the Arctic National   Consideration of H.R. 1361, Coast Guard Appropria-          104–270) [29SE]
   Park and Preserve Land Exchange (H. Res. 52) (H.          tions (H. Res. 139) (H. Rept. 104–111) [3MY]            Consideration of H.R. 2425, Medicare Reform (H. Res.
   Rept. 104–13) [31JA]                                    Consideration of H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense Appro-         238) (H. Rept. 104–282) [18OC]
 Consideration of H.R. 450, Regulatory Transition Act        priations (H. Res. 164) (H. Rept. 104–136) [8JN]        Consideration of H.R. 2491, Reconciliation of the Con-
   (H. Res. 93) (H. Rept. 104–45) [22FE]                   Consideration of H.R. 1555, Communications Act (H.          current Budget Resolution (H. Res. 245) (H. Rept.
 Consideration of H.R. 483, Permit Medicare Select           Res. 207) (H. Rept. 104–223) [1AU]                        104–292) [25OC]
   Policies To Be Offered in All States (H. Res. 130)      Consideration of H.R. 1561, American Overseas Inter-      Consideration of H.R. 2492, Legislative Branch of the
   (H. Rept. 104–103) [5AP]                                  ests Act (H. Res. 155) (H. Rept. 104–129) [22MY],         Government Appropriations (H. Res. 239) (H. Rept.
 Consideration of H.R. 535, Corning National Fish            (H. Res. 156) (H. Rept. 104–130) [25MY]                   104–283) [19OC]
   Hatchery Conveyance Act (H. Res. 144) (H. Rept.         Consideration of H.R. 1601, International Space Station   Consideration of H.R. 2539, Interstate Commerce Com-
   104–116) [11MY]                                           Development, Assembly, and Operation (H. Res.             mission Termination Act (H. Res. 259) (H. Rept.
 Consideration of H.R. 558, Texas Low-Level Radio-           228) (H. Rept. 104–258) [21SE]                            104–329) [9NO]
   active Waste Disposal Compact Consent (H. Res.          Consideration of H.R. 1617, Consolidate Federal Job       Consideration of H.R. 2546, District of Columbia Ap-
   313) (H. Rept. 104–426) [19DE]                            Training Programs (H. Res. 222) (H. Rept. 104–            propriations (H. Res. 252) (H. Rept. 104–302)
 Consideration of H.R. 584, Fairport National Fish           249) [18SE]                                               [31OC]
   Hatchery Conveyance( H. Res. 145) (H. Rept. 104–        Consideration of H.R. 1655, Intelligence Services Ap-     Consideration of H.R. 2564, Lobbying Disclosure Act
   117) [11MY]                                               propriations (H. Res. 216) (H. Rept. 104–241) [7SE]       (H. Res. 269) (H. Rept. 104–342) [15NO]
 Consideration of H.R. 614, New London National Fish       Consideration of H.R. 1670, Federal Acquisition Re-       Consideration of H.R. 2586, Public Debt Ceiling (H.
   Hatchery Conveyance (H. Res. 146) (H. Rept. 104–          form Act (H. Res. 219) (H. Rept. 104–244) [12SE]          Res. 258) (H. Rept. 104–328) [8NO], (H. Res. 262)
   118) [11MY]                                             Consideration of H.R. 1745, Utah Wilderness Lands           (H. Rept. 104–332) [9NO]
 Consideration of H.R. 655, Hydrogen Future Act (H.          Designation (H. Res. 303) (H. Rept. 104–404)            Consideration of H.R. 2606, Congressional Approval
   Res. 136) (H. Rept. 104–108) [1MY]                        [13DE]                                                    Prior to U.S. Military Intervention in Bosnia and
 Consideration of H.R. 660, Housing for Older Persons      Consideration of H.R. 1788, Amtrak Reform and Pri-          Herzegovina (H. Res. 273) (H. Rept. 104–349)
   Act (H. Res. 126) (H. Rept. 104–98) [3AP]                 vatization Act (H. Res. 284) (H. Rept. 104–370)           [16NO]
 Consideration of H.R. 665, Mandatory Victim Restitu-        [29NO]                                                  Consideration of H.R. 2621, Public Debt Limit En-
   tion (H. Res. 60) (H. Rept. 104–19) [6FE]               Consideration of H.R. 1817, Military Construction,          forcement and Protection of Obligated Trust Funds
 Consideration of H.R. 666, Limit the Application of         Family Housing, and Base Closure and Realignment          (H. Res. 293) (H. Rept. 104–388) [7DE]
   the Exclusionary Rule (H. Res. 61) (H. Rept. 104–         Appropriations (H. Res. 167) (H. Rept. 104–140)         Consideration of H.R. 2677, Allow State Employees
   20) [6FE]                                                 [15JN]                                                    To Perform Certain Dept. of the Interior Work Dur-
 Consideration of H.R. 667, Incarceration of Violent       Consideration of H.R. 1833, Prohibit Partial-Birth          ing a Federal Government Shutdown (H. Res. 323)
   Criminals (H. Res. 63) (H. Rept. 104–25) [8FE]            Abortions (H. Res. 251) (H. Rept. 104–301) [31OC]         (H. Rept. 104–442) [21DE]
 Consideration of H.R. 668, Apprehension, Detention,       Consideration of H.R. 1854, Legislative Branch of the     Consideration of H.R. 2770, Congressional Approval
   and Deportation of Criminal Aliens (H. Res. 69)           Government Appropriations (H. Res. 169) (H. Rept.         Prior to U.S. Military Intervention in Bosnia and
   (H. Rept. 104–26) [9FE]                                   104–146) [19JN]                                           Herzegovina (H. Res. 304) (H. Rept. 104–405)
 Consideration of H.R. 728, Block Grants for Law En-       Consideration of H.R. 1868, Foreign Operations, Ex-         [13DE]
   forcement (H. Res. 79) (H. Rept. 104–27) [10FE]           port Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations     Consideration of S. 4, Legislative Line Item Veto Act
 Consideration of H.R. 743, Cooperative Efforts Be-          (H. Res. 170) (H. Rept. 104–147) [20JN], (H. Res.         and Separate Enrollment and Line Item Veto Act
   tween Management and Labor to Improve Economic            177) (H. Rept. 104–167) [29JN]                            (H. Res. 147) (H. Rept. 104–121) [16MY]

                                                                                 3288
                                                                                   INDEXCOMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE
  Consideration of S. 21, Bosnia and Herzegovina Self-       COMMITTEE ON STANDARDS OF OFFICIAL                             Constitutional Amendment To Limit Congressional
      Defense Act (H. Res. 204) (H. Rept. 104–213)                 CONDUCT (HOUSE)                                              Terms (H.J. Res. 2) (H. Rept. 104–67) [6MR]
      [28JY]                                                 Bills and resolutions                                          Constitutional Amendment To Prohibit Desecration of
  Consideration of S. 219, Regulatory Transition Act (H.       Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 73) [9FE]                 the U.S. Flag (H.J. Res. 79) (H. Rept. 104–151)
      Res. 148) (H. Rept. 104–122) [16MY]                      Gingrich, Representative: status of Committee on                 [22JN]
  Consideration of S. Con. Res. 20, Adjournment of Con-            Standards of Official Conduct (House) ethics inves-      Constitutional Amendment To Require Balanced Budg-
      gress (H. Res. 179) (H. Rept. 104–168) [29JN]                tigation and appointment of independent counsel (see         et (H.J. Res. 1) (H. Rept. 104–3) [18JA]
  Consideration of Senate Amendments to Conference                 H. Res. 277, 288) [17NO] [30NO]                          Copyright Laws Relative to the Public Performance
      Report on H.R. 2491, Reconciliation of the Concur-       House Rules: discourage arbitrary or inconsequential             of Sound Recordings by Means of Digital Trans-
      rent Budget Resolution (H. Res. 279) (H. Rept. 104–          ethics complaints (see H. Res. 314) [19DE]                   mission (H.R. 1506) (H. Rept. 104–274) [11OC]
      354) [18NO]                                              ———treatment of outside earned income (see H. Res.           Criminal Justice System Clerical and Technical Correc-
  Conveyance of Butte County, CA, Lands to Certain                 299) [12DE]                                                  tions (H.R. 2538) (H. Rept. 104–391) [11DE]
      Individuals (H. Res. 53) (H. Rept. 104–14) [31JA]        ———treatment of outside earned income (H. Res.               Criminal Penalties for Escaping From Federal Prison
  Deficit Reduction Lockbox Act (H.R. 1162) (H. Rept.              299), consideration (see H. Res. 322) [21DE]                 (H.R. 1533) (H. Rept. 104–392) [11DE]
      104–205) [25JY]                                          Investigations: prevent any action to dissolve, diminish     Debts Relative to Death or Injury Caused by Debtor’s
  Expedite Commencement of House Committee Hear-                   the scope or limit the activities of the committee           Operation of Watercraft While Intoxicated (H.R.
      ings (H. Res. 310) (H. Rept. 104–424) [18DE]                 during investigations (see H.R. 251) [9JA]                   234) (H. Rept. 104–356) [20NO]
  House Gift Rules Reform (H. Res. 250) (H. Rept.              Members of Congress: majority party appointments             Disapprove Certain Sentencing Guideline Amendments
      104–337) [14NO]                                              (see H. Res. 41) [20JA]                                      (H.R. 2259) (H. Rept. 104–272) [29SE]
  House of Representatives Recesses Subject to the Call        ———minority party appointments (see H. Res. 42)              DNA Identification Grants Improvement Act (H.R.
      of the Chair (H. Res. 320) (H. Rept. 104–432)                [20JA]                                                       2418) (H. Rept. 104–393) [11DE]
      [20DE]                                                   Political ethics: abolish committee and establish an         Effective Death Penalty Act (H.R. 729) (H. Rept. 104–
  House of Representatives Reform (H. Res. 215) (H.                Independent Commission on Congressional Ethics               23) [8FE]
      Rept. 104–240) [7SE]                                         (see H.R. 2797) [15DE]                                   Fairness in Compensating Patent Owners (H.R. 632)
  House Rules Relative to Same-Day Consideration of            Tucker, Representative: Committee on Standards of Of-            (H. Rept. 104–373) [30NO]
      Certain Resolutions (H. Res. 260) (H. Rept. 104–             ficial Conduct (House) vote on expulsion from the        Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Relative to Restoring
      330) [9NO], (H. Res. 265) (H. Rept. 104–335)                 House of Representatives (see H. Res. 300) [12DE]            Stenographic Preference for Depositions (H.R. 1445)
      [13NO], (H. Res. 276) (H. Rept. 104–352) [17NO],       Motions                                                            (H. Rept. 104–228) [2AU]
      (H. Res. 297) (H. Rept. 104–400) [12DE]                  Gingrich, Representative: status of Committee on             Government Regulations Reform (H.R. 994) (H. Rept.
  House Rules Technical Corrections (H. Res. 254) (H.              Standards of Official Conduct (House) ethics inves-          104–284) [7NO]
      Rept. 104–340) [14NO]                                        tigation and appointment of independent counsel (H.      Housing for Older Persons Act (H.R. 660) (H. Rept.
  Line-Item Veto (H.R. 2) (H. Rept. 104–11) [27JA],                Res. 277) [17NO]                                             104–91) [28MR]
      (H. Rept. 104–15) [1FE]                                  ———status of Committee on Standards of Official              Incarceration of Violent Criminals (H.R. 667) (H. Rept.
  Replace Consent Calendar With a Corrections Calendar             Conduct (House) ethics investigation and appoint-            104–21) [6FE]
      (H. Res. 168) (H. Rept. 104–144) [16JN]                      ment of independent counsel (H. Res. 288) [30NO]         Law Enforcement Block Grants (H.R. 728) (H. Rept.
  Unfunded Mandate Reform Act (H.R. 5) (H. Rept.             Reports filed                                                      104–24) [8FE]
                                                               Consideration of H. Res. 299, House Rules Relative           Limit the Application of the Exclusionary Rule (H.R.
      104–1) [13JA]
Rules                                                              to Treatment of Outside Earned Income: Committee             666) (H. Rept. 104–17) [2FE]
                                                                   on Rules (House) (H. Res. 322) (H. Rept. 104–            Lobbying Disclosure Act (H.R. 2564) (H. Rept. 104–
  Procedure [23JA]
                                                                   441) [21DE]                                                  339) [14NO]
COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE (HOUSE)                                                                                                LSC Abolishment (H.R. 2277) (H. Rept. 104–255)
Bills and resolutions                                        Rules
                                                               Procedure [10MR]                                                 [21SE]
  Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 81) [10FE]                                                                         Mandatory Victim Restitution (H.R. 665) (H. Rept.
Reports filed                                                COMMITTEE ON THE BUDGET (HOUSE)
                                                             Bills and resolutions                                              104–16) [2FE]
  Dept. of Commerce Scientific Research Services and
                                                               Schaefer, Representative: election (see H. Res. 89)          Private Property Protection Act (H.R. 925) (H. Rept.
      Facilities Appropriations (H.R. 1870) (H. Rept. 104–
                                                                   [16FE]                                                       104–46) [23FE]
      232) [4AU]                                                                                                            Prohibit Partial-Birth Abortions (H.R. 1833) (H. Rept.
                                                             Reports filed
  Dept. of Energy Civilian Research, Development, Dem-                                                                          104–267) [27SE]
                                                               Reconciliation of the Concurrent Budget Resolution
      onstration, and Commercial Application Activities                                                                     Registration and Protection of Copyrights and Trade-
                                                                   (H.R. 2491) (H. Rept. 104–280) [17OC]
      Appropriations (H.R. 1816) (H. Rept. 104–236)            Reduce Discretionary Spending Limits in Appropria-               marks (H.R. 1295) (H. Rept. 104–374) [30NO]
      [4AU]                                                        tions Bills (H.R. 1219) (H. Rept. 104–89) [23MR]         Regulatory Reform and Relief Act (H.R. 926) (H. Rept.
  Dept. of Energy Hydrogen Research, Development, and          Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1996–2002 (H.               104–48) [23FE]
      Demonstration Programs Authorization (H.R. 655)              Con. Res. 67) (H. Rept. 104–120) [15MY]                  Sexual Exploitation of Children (H.R. 1240) (H. Rept.
      (H. Rept. 104–95) [30MR]                               Rules                                                              104–90) [28MR]
  Environmental Research, Development, and Demonstra-          Procedure [6FE]                                              State Referendum Challenges (H.R. 1170) (H. Rept.
      tion Activities Appropriations (H.R. 1814) (H. Rept.   COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY (HOUSE)                                 104–179) [11JY]
      104–199) [21JY]                                        Bills and resolutions                                          State Tax Treatment of Certain Pension Income (H.R.
  Federal Fire Prevention and Control Act Appropriations       Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 72) [9FE]                 394) (H. Rept. 104–389) [7DE]
      (H.R. 1851) (H. Rept. 104–235) [4AU]                   Reports filed                                                  Supersede the Modification of Final Judgment in U.S.
  International Space Station Development, Assembly,           Allow Employee Association Members To Represent                  v. Western Electric (H.R. 1528) (H. Rept. 104–203)
      and Operation (H.R. 1601) (H. Rept. 104–210)                 Their Views Before the Government (H.R. 782) (H.             [24JY]
      [28JY]                                                       Rept. 104–230) [4AU]                                   Rules
  Marine Resources Programs and National Sea Grant             Apprehension, Detention, and Deportation of Criminal         Procedure [24JA] [6FE]
      College Program Reauthorization (H.R. 1175) (H.              Aliens (H.R. 668) (H. Rept. 104–22) [6FE]              COMMITTEE ON THE LIBRARY (JOINT)
      Rept. 104–123) [11JY]                                    Attorney Accountability Act (H.R. 988) (H. Rept. 104–      Bills and resolutions
  NASA Appropriations (H.R. 2043) (H. Rept. 104–233)               62) [1MR]                                                Committees of the House: appointments to the Com-
      [4AU]                                                    Biotechnology Process Patents Protection (H.R. 587)              mittee on Printing (Joint) and the Committee on
  NOAA Appropriations (H.R. 1815) (H. Rept. 104–237)               (H. Rept. 104–178) [11JY]                                    the Library (Joint) (see H. Res. 86) [15FE]
      [6SE]                                                    Clarify Exemptions From Securities and Antitrust Laws      COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION AND IN-
  NSF Appropriations (H.R. 1852) (H. Rept. 104–231)                Relative to Charitable Gift Annuities (H.R. 2525)            FRASTRUCTURE (HOUSE)
      [4AU]                                                        (H. Rept. 104–336) [14NO]                              Bills and resolutions
  Technology Transfer Improvements Act (H.R. 2196)             Clarify Rules Governing Court Venue (S. 532) (H.             Committees of the House: minority party appointments
      (H. Rept. 104–390) [7DE]                                     Rept. 104–181) [11JY]                                        (see H. Res. 186, 229) [12JY] [27SE]
Rules                                                          Commencement Dates of Certain Temporary Federal              Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 75) [9FE]
  Procedure [1FE] [5DE]                                            Judgeships (H.R. 2361) (H. Rept. 104–334) [13NO]       Reports filed
COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS (HOUSE)                            Commission on Immigration Reform Members (H.R.               Albert V. Bryan U.S. Courthouse, Alexandria, VA (S.
Bills and resolutions                                              962) (H. Rept. 104–135) [8JN]                                965) (H. Rept. 104–420) [19DE]
  Committees of the House: majority party appointments         Comprehensive Antiterrorism Act (H.R. 1710) (H.              Amtrak Reform and Privatization Act (H.R. 1788) (H.
      (see H. Res. 157) [25MY]                                     Rept. 104–383) [5DE]                                         Rept. 104–299) [30OC]
  Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 74) [9FE]             Consent of Congress to Additional Powers Conferred           Bruce R. Thompson U.S. Courthouse and Federal
Reports filed                                                      Upon the Bi-State Development Agency by Missouri             Building, Reno, NV (H.R. 395) (H. Rept. 104–362)
  Judicial Review of Regulatory Flexibility Analyses               and Illinois (H.J. Res. 78) (H. Rept. 104–377) [4DE]         [28NO]
      (H.R. 937) (H. Rept. 104–49) [23FE]                      Consent of Congress To Amend the Historic Chat-              Capitol Building and Grounds Use for Greater Wash-
Rules                                                              tahoochee Compact Between Alabama and Georgia                ington Soap Box Derby (H. Con. Res. 38) (H. Rept.
  Procedure [10FE]                                                 (H.R. 2064) (H. Rept. 104–376) [4DE]                         104–150) [21JN]

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COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTUREINDEX
  Coast Guard Appropriations (H.R. 1361) (H. Rept.             Exempt Certain Full-Time Dept. of Veterans Affairs          COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE
      104–106) [1MY]                                               Health Care Professionals From Restrictions on Out-     Bills and resolutions
  David J. Wheeler Federal Building, Baker City, OR                side Professional Activities (H.R. 1384) (H. Rept.        Campbell, Representative: election to the Committee
      (H.R. 2061) (H. Rept. 104–412) [19DE]                        104–226) [2AU]                                                on Banking and Financial Services (House) and the
  District of Columbia Emergency Highway Relief Act            Increase Service-Connected Disability Benefits for Vet-           Committee on International Relations (House) (see
      (H.R. 2017) (H. Rept. 104–217) [31JY]                        erans (H.R. 2394) (H. Rept. 104–273) [6OC]                    H. Res. 324) [27DE]
  Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments               Veterans Housing, Training, and Employment Programs           Committee on Agriculture (House): authorizing expend-
      (H.R. 961) (H. Rept. 104–112) [3MY]                          (H.R. 2289) (H. Rept. 104–397) [11DE]                         itures (see H. Res. 68) [9FE]
  Francis J. Hagel Building, Richmond, CA (H.R. 2111)        Rules                                                           Committee on Appropriations (House): establish Sub-
      (H. Rept. 104–411) [19DE]                                Procedure [7FE]                                                   committee on Veterans’ Affairs (see H. Res. 27)
  Hopewell Township, PA, Land Transfer to Beaver             COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS (HOUSE)                                 [9JA]
      County Corp. for Economic Development (H.R. 308)       Appointments                                                    Committee on Banking and Financial Services (House):
      (H. Rept. 104–372) [30NO]                                Advisers to U.S. delegations to international con-                authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 85) [14FE]
  Howard H. Baker, Jr., U.S. Courthouse, Knoxville, TN             ferences [17JA]                                           Committee on Commerce (House): authorizing expend-
      (H.R. 2547) (H. Rept. 104–417) [19DE]                  Bills and resolutions                                               itures (see H. Res. 70) [9FE]
  Interstate Commerce Commission Termination Act               Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 67) [9FE]              Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities
      (H.R. 2539) (H. Rept. 104–311) [6NO]                     House Rules: identification of targeted tax benefits in           (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 71)
  James L. Foreman U.S. Courthouse, Benton, IL (H.R.               Committee on Ways and Means (House) reports ac-               [9FE]
      2689) (H. Rept. 104–410) [19DE]                              companying revenue bills (see H. Res. 133) [6AP]          Committee on Government Reform and Oversight
  James Lawrence King Federal Justice Building, Miami,         Laughlin, Representative: election (see H. Res. 183)              (House): authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 62)
      FL (H.R. 255) (H. Rept. 104–361) [28NO]                      [10JY]                                                        [7FE]
  Judge Isaac C. Parker Federal Building, Fort Smith,          Reporting requirements: include the identity, sponsor,        ———use of forged documents at a Subcommittee
      AR (H.R. 1804) (H. Rept. 104–367) [28NO]                     and revenue cost of single-taxpayer relief provisions         on National Economic Growth, Natural Resources
  Max Rosenn U.S. Courthouse, Wilkes-Barre, PA (H.R.               in reported bills (see H. Res. 56) [1FE]                      and Regulatory Affairs hearing (see H. Res. 244)
      1718) (H. Rept. 104–413) [19DE]                        Motions                                                             [25OC]
  Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie (H.R. 714) (H.            Laughlin, Representative: election (H. Res. 183) [10JY]       Committee on House Oversight (House): authorizing
      Rept. 104–191) [18JY]                                  Reports filed                                                       expenditures (see H. Res. 87) [16FE]
  National Highway System Designation (H.R. 2274) (H.          Atlantic Tunas Convention Act Reauthorization (H.R.           ———minority party appointments (see H. Res. 32)
      Rept. 104–246) [14SE]                                        541) (H. Rept. 104–109) [27JN]                                [11JA]
  Natural Gas and Hazardous Liquid Pipeline Safety             Contract With America Tax Relief Act (H.R. 1215)              Committee on Intelligence (House, Select): authorizing
      (H.R. 1323) (H. Rept. 104–110) [1MY]                         (H. Rept. 104–84) [21MR]                                      expenditures (see H. Res. 64) [8FE]
  Ocean Shipping Reform Act (H.R. 2149) (H. Rept.              Dept. of Commerce Abolishment (H.R. 1756) (H. Rept.           Committee on Intelligence (Joint): establish (see H.J.
      104–303) [1NO]                                               104–260) [21SE]                                               Res. 130) [5DE]
  Regard Certain Municipal Water Treatment Facilities          Foreign Trade Agreements Authority to the President           Committee on International Relations (House): author-
      as the Equivalent of Secondary Treatment (H.R.               (H.R. 2371) (H. Rept. 104–285) [20OC]                         izing expenditures (see H. Res. 84) [14FE]
      1943) (H. Rept. 104–192) [18JY]                          ITC Appropriations (H.R. 1887) (H. Rept. 104–161)             Committee on National Security (House): authorizing
  Romano L. Mazzoli Federal Building, Louisville, KY               [27JN]                                                        expenditures (see H. Res. 77) [9FE]
      (H.R. 965) (H. Rept. 104–366) [28NO]                     Medicare and Medicaid Coverage Data Bank Repeal               Committee on POW/MIA Affairs (House, Select): es-
  Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Cen-              (H.R. 2685) (H. Rept. 104–394) [11DE]                         tablish (see H. Res. 21) [9JA]
      ter, Washington, DC (H.R. 2481) (H. Rept. 104–           Medicare Reform (H.R. 2425) (H. Rept. 104–276)                Committee on Printing (Joint): appointments (see H.
      414) [19DE]                                                  [17OC]                                                        Res. 86) [15FE]
  Seybourn H. Lynne Federal Courthouse, Decatur, AL            Medicare Savings Provisions (H.R. 1134) (H. Rept.             Committee on Resources (House): authorizing expendi-
      (S. 369) (H. Rept. 104–419) [19DE]                           104–80) [15MR]                                                tures (see H. Res. 82) [10FE]
                                                               Most-Favored-Nation Status for Bulgaria (H.R. 1643)           Committee on Rules (House): authorizing expenditures
  Special Olympics Torch Relay on Capitol Building
                                                                   (H. Rept. 104–162) [27JN]                                     (see H. Res. 76) [9FE]
      Grounds (H. Con. Res. 64) (H. Rept. 104–113)
                                                                                                                             ———minority party appointments (see H. Res. 34)
      [9MY]                                                    Most-Favored-Nation Status for Cambodia (H.R. 1642)
                                                                                                                                 [11JA]
  Thomas D. Lambros Federal Building and U.S. Court-               (H. Rept. 104–160) [27JN]
                                                                                                                             Committee on Science (House): authorizing expendi-
      house, Youngstown, OH (H.R. 869) (H. Rept. 104–          Most-Favored-Nation Status for the People’s Republic
                                                                                                                                 tures (see H. Res. 81) [10FE]
      365) [28NO]                                                  of China (H.J. Res. 96) (H. Rept. 104–188) [17JY]
                                                                                                                             Committee on Small Business (House): authorizing ex-
  Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse, White Plains, NY          Permit Medicare Select Policies To Be Offered in All
                                                                                                                                 penditures (see H. Res. 74) [9FE]
      (H.R. 653) (H. Rept. 104–363) [28NO]                         States (H.R. 483) (H. Rept. 104–79) [15MR]
                                                                                                                             Committee on Standards of Official Conduct (House):
  Timothy C. McCaghren Customs Administrative Build-           Public Debt Ceiling (H.R. 2586) (H. Rept. 104–325)
                                                                                                                                 abolish and establish an Independent Commission
      ing, El Paso, TX (H. Rept. 104–415) [19DE]                   [7NO]
                                                                                                                                 on Congressional Ethics (see H.R. 2797) [15DE]
  Transfer Jurisdiction Over Certain Federal Real Prop-        Public Welfare Programs Reform (H.R. 1157) (H. Rept.
                                                                                                                             ———authorizing expenditures (see H. Res. 73) [9FE]
      erty in the District of Columbia (H.R. 2636) (H.             104–81) [15MR]                                            ———majority party appointments (see H. Res. 41)
      Rept. 104–368) [28NO]                                    Repeal Unnecessary Medical Device Reporting Re-                   [20JA]
  Veach-Baley Federal Complex, Asheville, NC (H.R.                 quirements (H.R. 2366) (H. Rept. 104–323) [7NO]           ———minority party appointments (see H. Res. 42)
      2504) (H. Rept. 104–416) [19DE]                          Reporting Requirements of Medicare Trust Fund Trust-              [20JA]
  Vincent E. McKelvey Federal Building, Menlo Park,                ees on Projected Financial Imbalances (H.R. 1590)         Committee on the Budget (House): authorizing expend-
      CA: (H.R. 2556) (H. Rept. 104–418) [19DE]                    (H. Rept. 104–119) [15MY]                                     itures (see H. Res. 90) [16FE]
  Walter B. Jones Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse,        Self-Employed Health Insurance Tax Deduction and              Committee on the Judiciary (House): authorizing ex-
      Greenville, NC (H.R. 840) (H. Rept. 104–364)                 Nonrecognition of Gain on Sales and Exchanges Ef-             penditures (see H. Res. 72) [9FE]
      [28NO]                                                       fectuating FCC Policies (H.R. 831) (H. Rept. 104–         Committee on the Library (Joint): appointments (see
  Water Pollution Standards for Constructed Water Con-             32) [14FE]                                                    H. Res. 86) [15FE]
      veyances (H.R. 2567) (H. Rept. 104–433) [21DE]           Social Security Earnings Limit Increase (H.R. 2684)           Committee on Transportation (House): authorizing ex-
Rules                                                              (H. Rept. 104–379) [4DE]                                      penditures (see H. Res. 75) [9FE]
  Procedure [30JA]                                             State Use of Automated Data Retrieval System for              Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (House): authorizing
COMMITTEE ON VETERANS’ AFFAIRS (HOUSE)                             Child and Spousal Support Enforcement (H.R. 2288)             expenditures (see H. Res. 78) [9FE]
Bills and resolutions                                              (H. Rept. 104–250) [19SE]                                 Committee on Ways and Means (House): authorizing
  Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 78) [9FE]             Tax Treatment of Bad Debt Reserves of Financial Insti-            expenditures (see H. Res. 67) [9FE]
Reports filed                                                      tutions Which Are Required To Convert to Banks            Expenditures: authorizing (see H. Res. 107) [6MR]
  Dept. of Veterans Affairs Appropriations for Medical             (H.R. 2494) (H. Rept. 104–324) [7NO]                      Fattah, Representative: election to the Committee on
      Facilities Projects and Leases (H.R. 2814) (H. Rept.     Tax Treatment of Individuals Benefiting From                      Economic and Educational Opportunities (House)
      104–443) [22DE]                                              Renouncement of Citizenship (H.R. 1812) (H. Rept.             (see H. Res. 236) [11OC]
  Dept. of Veterans Affairs Authority Extension (H.R.              104–145) [16JN]                                           Frazer, Delegate: election to the Committee on Inter-
      2353) (H. Rept. 104–275) [12OC]                        Rules                                                               national Relations (House) (see H. Res. 46) [27JA]
  Determine Locality Salaries for Certain Dept. of Vet-        Procedure [9JA]                                               Government regulations: reporting of legislation rel-
      erans Affairs Nurse Anesthetist Positions (H.R.        COMMITTEE TO OVERSEE THE CONDUCT OF                                 ative to streamlining (see H. Res. 97) [24FE]
      1536) (H. Rept. 104–225) [2AU]                               OPERATION JOINT ENDEAVOR AND TASK                         GPO: require legislation to transfer certain functions
  Eligibility Period for Priority Health Care to Veterans          FORCE EAGLE (JOINT)                                           (see H. Res. 24) [9JA]
      Exposed to Toxic Substances, Radiation, or Environ-    Bills and resolutions                                           Houghton, Representative: election to the Committee
      mental Hazards (H.R. 1565) (H. Rept. 104–158)            Establish (see H.J. Res. 135; H. Con. Res. 126) [20DE]            on International Relations (House) (see H. Res. 48)
      [26JN]                                                       [22DE]                                                        [27JA]

                                                                                      3290
                                                                                  INDEX                                                                           COMMUNISM

  House of Representatives: expedite commencement of       COMMODITY CREDIT CORP.                                          Reports filed
    committee hearings (see H. Res. 310) [18DE]            Bills and resolutions                                             Amtrak Reform and Privatization Act: Committee on
  ———reform (see H.R. 215) [9JA]                             Agriculture: limit farm and export expenditures (see                Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R.
  ———treatment of references in statutes to any com-             H.R. 2195, 2523) [4AU] [24OC]                                   1788) (H. Rept. 104–299) [30OC]
    mittee or officer whose name or jurisdiction has       Messages                                                          Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2539,
    been changed (see H.R. 1421) [6AP]                       CCC Report: President Clinton [9NO]                                 Interstate Commerce Commission Termination Act:
  House Rules: allow proxy voting in committee in lim-     COMMODITY FUTURES TRADING COMMISSION                                  Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 312) (H. Rept.
    ited circumstances (see H. Res. 142) [9MY]             Bills and resolutions                                                 104–425) [19DE]
  ———disclosure of source of amendments, measures,           Appropriations: authorizing (see H.R. 618) [20JA]               Consideration of H.R. 1788, Amtrak Reform and Pri-
    and committee reports (see H. Res. 132) [6AP]            Markets and Trading Commission: establish to combine                vatization Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
  ———identification of targeted tax benefits in Com-             the functions of the SEC and the CFTC (see H.R.                 284) (H. Rept. 104–370) [29NO]
    mittee on Ways and Means (House) reports accom-              718) [27JA]                                                 Consideration of H.R. 2539, Interstate Commerce Com-
    panying revenue bills (see H. Res. 133) [6AP]          Reports filed                                                         mission Termination Act: Committee on Rules
  ———permit committee chairmen to schedule hearings          CFTC Appropriations: Committee on Agriculture                       (House) (H. Res. 259) (H. Rept. 104–329) [9NO]
    (see H. Res. 43) [23JA]                                      (House) (H.R. 618) (H. Rept. 104–104) [6AP]                 Interstate Commerce Commission Termination Act:
  ———permit committee chairmen to schedule hearings        COMMON CARRIERS related term(s) AVIATION;                             Committee of Conference (H.R. 2539) (H. Rept.
    (H. Res. 43), consideration (see H. Res. 47) [27JA]          CARGO TRANSPORTATION; MOTOR VEHICLES;                           104–311) [6NO], (H. Rept. 104–422) [18DE]
  ———require that committee reports on legislation               RAILROADS; TRANSPORTATION                                 COMMON SENSE LEGAL STANDARDS REFORM
    contain analysis of impact on children (see H. Res.    Appointments                                                          ACT
    184) [10JY]                                              Conferees: H.R. 2539, Interstate Commerce Commis-
                                                                                                                           Appointments
  Laughlin, Representative: election to Committee on             sion Termination Act [30NO] [12DE]
                                                                                                                             Conferees: H.R. 956, provisions [9NO]
    Ways and Means (House) (see H. Res. 183) [10JY]        Bills and resolutions
                                                                                                                           Bills and resolutions
  Members of Congress: majority party appointments           Aircraft: exemption from customs fees for certain small
                                                                                                                             Enact (H.R. 956): consideration (see H. Res. 108, 109)
    (see H. Res. 11, 157) [9JA] [25MY]                           aircraft traveling short distances (see H.R. 604)
                                                                                                                                 [7MR] [8MR]
  ———minority party appointments (see H. Res. 12,                [20JA]
                                                             Airlines: prohibit smoking on all flights (see H.R. 969)      Motions
    31, 166, 186, 229, 281) [9JA] [13JN] [12JY] [13JY]                                                                       Enact (H.R. 956) [9MR] [10MR] [9NO]
    [27SE] [20NO]                                                [15FE]
                                                             Amtrak: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1437)            Reports filed
  Sanders, Representative: election to standing commit-                                                                      Consideration of H.R. 956, Provisions: Committee on
    tees (see H. Res. 13) [9JA]                                  [6AP]
                                                             ———authorizing appropriations and management re-                    Rules (House) (H. Res. 108) (H. Rept. 104–69)
  Schaefer, Representative: election to the Committee on                                                                         [7MR], (H. Res. 109) (H. Rept. 104–72) [8MR]
    the Budget (House) (see H. Res. 89) [16FE]                   form (see H.R. 1788) [8JN]
                                                             ———authorizing appropriations and management re-              COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES
  Tauzin, Representative: election to the Committees on                                                                    Bills and resolutions
    Commerce and Resources (see H. Res. 217) [12SE]              form (H.R. 1788), consideration (see H. Res. 284)
                                                                 [29NO]                                                      Russia: removal of troops from Kaliningrad (see H.
Motions
                                                             ———eliminate special support for or burdens on op-                  Con. Res. 51) [28MR]
  Committee on Government Reform and Oversight
    (House): use of forged documents at a Subcommittee           erations as a passenger rail carrier (see H.R. 259)       COMMUNICATIONS see TELECOMMUNICATIONS
    on National Economic Growth, Natural Resources               [9JA]                                                     COMMUNICATIONS ACT
    and Regulatory Affairs hearing (H. Res. 244) [25OC]      Aviation: air cargo jetport funding (see H.R. 2449)           Bills and resolutions
  Laughlin, Representative: election to Committee on             [29SE]                                                      Enact (H.R. 1555): consideration (see H. Res. 207)
                                                             ———Great Lakes International Air Cargo Superport                    [1AU]
    Ways and Means (House) (H. Res. 183) [10JY]
                                                                 construction funding (see H.R. 2448) [29SE]                 Telecommunications: repeal cable television must-carry
Reports filed
                                                             ———regulation of interstate transportation by com-                  provisions (see H.R. 525) [17JA]
  Amend House Rules To Permit Committee Chairmen
                                                                 mon carriers engaged in civil aviation (see H.R.          Motions
    To Schedule Hearings: Committee on Rules (House)
                                                                 2403) [27SE]                                                Enact (H.R. 1555) [4AU]
    (H. Res. 43) (H. Rept. 104–5) [27JA]
                                                             ———repeal increase in transportation fuels tax appli-         Reports filed
  Committees of the House Appropriations: Committee
                                                                 cable to commercial aviation (see H.R. 752, 874)            Consideration of H.R. 1555, Provisions: Committee on
    on House Oversight (House) (H. Res. 107) (H. Rept.
                                                                 [31JA] [9FE]                                                    Rules (House) (H. Res. 207) (H. Rept. 104–223)
    104–74) [10MR]
                                                             ———restriction on the use of certain special purpose                [1AU]
  Consideration of H. Res. 43, Amend House Rules To
                                                                 aircraft (see H.R. 1320) [24MR]                             Provisions: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R.
    Permit Committee Chairmen To Schedule Hearings:
                                                             Employment: eliminate preemployment alcohol testing                 1555) (H. Rept. 104–204) [24JY]
    Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 47) (H. Rept.
                                                                 in the mass transit, railroad, motor carrier, and avia-   COMMUNISM
    104–6) [27JA]
                                                                 tion industries (see H.R. 1827) [13JN]                    Bills and resolutions
  Expedite Commencement of House Committee Hear-             FAA: certification of airports serving commuter airlines
    ings: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 310)                                                                           China, People’s Republic of: demand the unconditional
                                                                 (see H.R. 1545) [2MY]
    (H. Rept. 104–424) [18DE]                                                                                                    release of U.S. citizen Peter H. Wu (see H. Res.
                                                             Gambling: provide exemptions to gambling devices on
  House of Representatives Reform: Committee on Rules                                                                            178) [29JN]
                                                                 certain vessels on Lake Michigan (see H.R. 1419)
    (House) (H. Res. 215) (H. Rept. 104–240) [7SE]                                                                           ———demand the unconditional release of Wei
                                                                 [5AP]
Rules                                                                                                                            Jingsheng (see H. Con. Res. 117) [5DE]
                                                             ICC: eliminate (see H.R. 1436) [6AP]
  Committee on Agriculture (House) [23JA]                    ———eliminate and reform certain transportation regu-            ———encourage liberty (see H.R. 1147) [7MR]
  Committee on Appropriations (House) [18JA]                     lations (see H.R. 2539) [26OC]                              ———most-favored-nation status (see H.J. Res. 96)
  Committee on Banking and Financial Services (House)        ———eliminate and reform certain transportation regu-                [16JN]
    [3FE]                                                        lations (H.R. 2539), consideration (see H. Res. 259)        ———most-favored-nation status (H.J. Res. 96), con-
  Committee on Commerce (House) [25JA]                           [9NO]                                                           sideration (see H. Res. 193) [19JY]
  Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities        ———eliminate and reform certain transportation regu-            ———prohibit entry of items produced, grown, or
    (House) [19JA] [6FE]                                         lations (H.R. 2539), consideration of conference re-            manufactured with forced labor (see H.R. 139) [9JA]
  Committee on Government Reform and Oversight                   port (see H. Res. 312) [19DE]                               ———U.S. policy (see H.R. 2058) [19JY]
    (House) [20JA]                                           Motor vehicles: prohibit the manufacture or sale of             ———U.S. policy (H.R. 2058), consideration (see H.
  Committee on House Oversight (House) [20JA]                    school buses that do not have seat belts (see H.R.              Res. 193) [19JY]
  Committee on Intelligence (House, Select) [26JA]               266) [9JA]                                                  Cuba: congressional notification and reporting require-
  Committee on International Relations (House) [7FE]         New York, NY: funding for subway system improve-                    ments on U.S. negotiations (see H.R. 1909) [21JN]
  Committee on National Security (House) [7FE]                   ments (see H.R. 2321) [13SE]                                ———oppose admission as a member of international
  Committee on Printing (Joint) [9MR]                        Railroads: preservation of infrastructure (see H.R.                 financial institutions (see H.R. 81) [9JA]
  Committee on Resources (House) [19JA]                          2205) [4AU]                                                 ———strengthen international economic sanctions and
  Committee on Rules (House) [23JA]                          Taxation: excise exemption for air transportation rel-              support transition to democratically elected govern-
  Committee on Science (House) [1FE]                             ative to medical care (see H.R. 635) [23JA]                     ment (see H.R. 927, 2347; H. Con. Res. 24) [7FE]
  Committee on Small Business (House) [10FE]                 ———exclude ferries from the excise tax intended for                 [14FE] [18SE]
  Committee on Standards and Official Conduct (House)            gambling vessels (see H.R. 1603) [10MY]                     ———strengthen international economic sanctions and
    [10MR]                                                   ———treatment of amounts paid for public school bus                  support transition to democratically elected govern-
  Committee on the Budget (House) [6FE]                          service (see H.R. 2118) [26JY]                                  ment (H.R. 927), consideration (see H. Res. 225)
  Committee on the Judiciary (House) [24JA] [6FE]            Transportation: reform regulation of transportation in-             [19SE]
  Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure                 dustries and rail carriers (see H.R. 1436) [6AP]            Cuban Democracy Act: ease limitations in food trade
    (House) [30JA]                                         Conference reports                                                    and terminate denial of foreign tax credit (see H.R.
  Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (House) [7FE]               Interstate Commerce Commission Termination Act                      1254) [15MR]
  Committee on Ways and Means (House) [9JA]                      (H.R. 2539) [18DE]                                          ———repeal (see H.R. 367) [9JA]

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  Foreign trade: prohibit the importation of sugar into        Reports filed                                                    Taxation: depreciable life of semiconductor manufac-
      the U.S. from countries that import sugar from Cuba        Provisions: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.               turing equipment (see H.R. 1061) [27FE]
      (see H.R. 84) [9JA]                                            1710) (H. Rept. 104–383) [5DE]                             ———treatment of businesses with employees working
Motions                                                        COMPREHENSIVE                 ENVIRONMENTAL             RE-          in their home or in telecommuting centers (see H.R.
  China, People’s Republic of: most-favored-nation status            SPONSE, COMPENSATION, AND LIABILITY                            1316) [24MR]
      (H.J. Res. 96) [20JY]                                          ACT                                                        Telecommunications: prohibit harassing or obscene fac-
Reports filed                                                  Bills and resolutions                                                similes or electronic mail (see H.R. 2213) [4AU]
  Consideration of H.R. 927, Cuban Liberty and Demo-             Amend (see H.R. 200, 228, 1969, 2500) [9JA] [29JN]             ———promote competition and reduce regulation (see
      cratic Solidarity Act: Committee on Rules (House)              [18OC]                                                         H.R. 1555) [3MY]
      (H. Res. 225) (H. Rept. 104–253) [19SE]                    Appropriations: clarify provisions on liability and fund-      ———promote competition and reduce regulation
  Consideration of H.R. 2058, China Policy Act and                   ing (see H.R. 2256) [4AU]                                      (H.R. 1555), consideration (see H. Res. 207) [1AU]
      H.J. Res. 96, Most-Favored-Nation Status for the           Corps of Engineers: require performance of contract          Motions
      People’s Republic of China: Committee on Rules                 oversight of remedial actions (see H.R. 2801)              Telecommunications: promote competition and reduce
      (House) (H. Res. 193) (H. Rept. 104–194) [19JY]                [18DE]                                                         regulation (H.R. 1555) [4AU]
  Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act: Com-              Courts: liability allocation process among potentially         ———reform policies regulating competition (S. 652)
      mittee on International Relations (House) (H.R. 927)           responsible parties (see H.R. 1616) [11MY]                     [12OC]
      (H. Rept. 104–202) [24JY]                                  Ecology and environment: recycling and management            Reports filed
  Most-Favored-Nation Status for the People’s Republic               of used oil and reduced lead emissions (see H.R.           Communications Act: Committee on Commerce
      of China: Committee on Ways and Means (House)                  189) [9JA]                                                     (House) (H.R. 1555) (H. Rept. 104–204) [24JY]
      (H.J. Res. 96) (H. Rept. 104–188) [17JY]                   ———redevelopment of marginal brownfield sites (see             Consideration of H.R. 1555, Communications Act:
COMMUNITIES see URBAN AREAS                                          H.R. 2742) [7DE]                                               Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 207) (H. Rept.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT related term(s)                            EPA: delay implementation of remedial action and de-               104–223) [1AU]
      URBAN AREAS                                                    sign at certain sites (see H.R. 1901) [20JN]             CONDIT, GARY A. (a Representative from California)
Bills and resolutions                                            ———remove New Hanover County, NC, airport burn               Appointments
  Business and industry: use of community development                pit from the Superfund national priorities list (see       Conferee: S. 1, Unfunded Mandate Reform Act [1FE]
      block grant funds for employment relocation activi-            H.R. 1902) [20JN]                                        Bills and resolutions introduced by
      ties (see H.R. 463) [11JA]                                 Government regulations: moratorium on enforcement              Agriculture: poultry labeling regulations (see H.R. 203,
  Financial institutions: issue guarantee debt securities            actions against certain individuals (see H.R. 795)             2672) [9JA] [20NO]
      issued by the Community Development Financial In-              [2FE]                                                      Armed Forces: provide retirees all benefits promised
      stitutions Fund (see H.R. 722) [27JA]                      Liability: clarify appropriate inquiry into previous own-          to them upon enlistment (see H.R. 206) [9JA]
  Housing: amend and extend certain housing and com-                 ership and uses of real property to qualify for the        Crime: Federal reimbursement to State and local gov-
      munity development laws (see H.R. 30) [9JA]                    innocent landowner defense (see H.R. 1285) [21MR]              ernments for the cost of incarcerating aliens (see
COMMUNITY SERVICE related term(s) VOLUNTEER                      ———clarify for lending institutions holding title to               H.R. 205) [9JA]
      WORKERS                                                        properties discovered to be contaminated (see H.R.         Foreign aid: integrated justification report for assistance
Bills and resolutions                                                914) [13FE]                                                    programs (see H.R. 204) [9JA]
  California: tribute to language diversity efforts by Mon-      Los Angeles, CA: construction of thermal destruction           Government: improve determination procedures for the
      terey Peninsula community leaders (see H. Res. 266)            facility (see H.R. 2583) [2NO]                                 taking of private property (see H.R. 1277) [21MR]
                                                                 ———prevent construction of a gas recovery treatment            Health: establish code of fair information practices (see
      [14NO]
  Correctional institutions: permit prisoners to participate         facility (see H.R. 2267) [6SE]                                 H.R. 435) [9JA]
                                                                 Recycling: clarify liability for certain transactions (see     Housing: provide for private servicing of rural housing
      in community service projects [19SE]
                                                                     H.R. 820, 2210) [3FE] [4AU]                                    loans (see H.R. 1276) [21MR]
  Crime: distribute to community-based organizations in-
                                                                 Refuse disposal: abatement and liability of hazardous          Postal Service: prevent disclosure of names or address-
      formation on the prevention of youth violence and
                                                                     substances relative to State and Federal solid waste           es of postal patrons (see H.R. 434) [9JA]
      crime (see H.R. 2818) [20DE]
                                                                     disposal laws (see H.R. 521) [13JA]                        Taxation: treatment of agricultural water conservation
  Federal aid programs: redefine block grant eligible enti-
                                                                 ———liability restrictions for generation or transpor-              expenditures (see H.R. 1820) [13JN]
      ties (see H.R. 2460) [11OC]
                                                                     tation of solid waste (see H.R. 854, 855) [7FE]            Water pollution: standards for constructed water con-
  Labor unions: clarify standards on use of business
      property or facilities by community organizations rel-   COMPREHENSIVE PREVENTIVE HEALTH AND                                  veyances (see H.R. 2567) [1NO]
      ative to similar usage for union advocacy activities           PROMOTION ACT                                            CONFERENCE REPORTS
      (see H.R. 2497) [18OC]                                   Bills and resolutions                                          Bills and resolutions
  Nonprofit organizations: encourage the donation of             Enact (see H.R. 23) [9JA]                                      House Rules: extend time required before consideration
      food and grocery products to needy individuals (see      COMPUTERS related term(s) ELECTRONICS; TECH-                         of conference reports (see H. Res. 154) [18MY]
      H.R. 2428) [29SE]                                              NOLOGY; TELECOMMUNICATIONS                               Texts of
  Public welfare programs: support community food se-          Appointments                                                     Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related
      curity projects relative to low-income individuals         Conferees: S. 652, Telecommunications Competition                  Agencies Programs Appropriations (H.R. 1976)
      (see H.R. 2003) [11JY]                                         and Deregulation Act [12OC]                                    [28SE]
  Taxation: allow income tax credit to individuals active      Bills and resolutions                                            Alaska Power Administration Sale of Hydroelectric
      in neighborhood crime watch organizations (see H.R.        Copyrights: permit lawful possessors of a copy of a                Projects and Alaska North Slope Crude Oil Exports
      2132) [27JY]                                                   computer program to authorize additional copies                (S. 395) [6NO] [8NO]
  Urban areas: provide grants to nonprofit organizations             under certain circumstances (see H.R. 533) [17JA]          Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H.R. 1530) [13DE]
      to develop open spaces (see H.R. 936) [14FE]               Crime: prevent harassment by computer or other elec-           Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H.R. 2126) [25SE]
                                                                     tronic device (see H.R. 112) [9JA]                             [15NO]
COMMUNITY SERVICES BLOCK GRANT ACT
                                                                 Employment: develop program making career opportu-             Dept. of Defense Military Construction, Family Hous-
Bills and resolutions
                                                                     nities information available on publicly accessible            ing, and Base Closure and Realignment Appropria-
  Community service: redefine block grant eligible enti-
                                                                     networks and other electronic media (see H.R. 2376)            tions (H.R. 1817) [14SE]
      ties (see H.R. 2460) [11OC]
                                                                     [21SE]                                                     Dept. of Defense Supplemental Appropriations and Re-
COMPACT DISCS see SOUND RECORDING AND RE-                        Government: improve information dissemination and                  scissions To Enhance Military Readiness (H.R. 889)
    PRODUCING
                                                                     printing procedures (see H.R. 1024) [23FE]                     [5AP]
COMPACTS see INTERSTATE COMPACTS                                 ———require electronic funds transfer for all Federal           Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropria-
COMPREHENSIVE AIDS RESOURCES EMER-                                   payments (see H.R. 1698) [24MY]                                tions (H.R. 1977) [21SE] [31OC] [12DE]
      GENCY ACT                                                  Information services: adapt copyright laws to digital          Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office
Appointments                                                         networked environments of the National Information             of the President, and Independent Agencies Appro-
  Conferees: S. 641, reauthorize [7DE]                               Infrastructure (see H.R. 2441) [29SE]                          priations (H.R. 2020) [25OC]
Bills and resolutions                                            ———encourage and protect private sector initiatives            Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appro-
  Reauthorize (see H.R. 42) [9JA]                                    that improve user control (see H.R. 1978) [30JN]               priations (H.R. 2002) [20OC]
  Revise and extend (see H.R. 1872) [16JN]                       ———ensure competitive availability of consumer                 Depts. of Commerce, Justice, State, and the Judiciary
Motions                                                              electronics devices affording access to telecommuni-           Approriations (H.R. 2076) [4DE]
  Revise and extend (H.R. 1872) [18SE]                               cations services (see H.R. 1275) [21MR]                    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Inde-
Reports filed                                                    Pornography: restrict transmission of obscene or inde-             pendent Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 2099)
  Revise and Extend: Committee on Commerce (House)                   cent material to minors by computer (see H.R. 2104)            [17NO] [6DE]
      (H.R. 1872) (H. Rept. 104–245) [14SE]                          [24JY]                                                     Energy and Water Development Appropriations (H.R.
COMPREHENSIVE ANTITERRORISM ACT                                  ———specify application of obscenity prohibitions on                1905) [26OC]
Bills and resolutions                                                certain computers within or affecting commerce (see        Extend Tax Deductions for Health Insurance Costs of
  Enact (see H.R. 2703) [5DE]                                        H.R. 121) [9JA]                                                Self-Employed Individuals and Repeal Nonrecogni-

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      tion of Gain on Sales and Exchanges Effectuating        ———require congressional approval prior to U.S.           Congressional Award Board: revise and extend authori-
      FCC Policies (H.R. 831) [29MR]                            military intervention (H.R. 2606), consideration (see     ties (see H.R. 2396) [25SE]
  Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Pro-        H. Res. 273) [16NO]                                     Congressional Budget Act: establish a point of order
      grams Appropriations (H.R. 1868) [26OC]                 ———require congressional approval prior to U.S.             against certain continuing resolutions (see H.R.
  Intelligence Services Appropriations (H.R. 1655)              military intervention (H.R. 2770), consideration (see     2197) [4AU]
      [20DE]                                                    H. Res. 304) [13DE]                                     Congressional employees: provide for the issuance and
  Interstate Commerce Commission Termination Act              ———U.S. military intervention (see H.R. 2417)               approval of employment regulations and practices
      (H.R. 2539) [18DE]                                        [28SE]                                                    (see H. Con. Res. 123) [19DE]
  Legislative Branch of the Government Appropriations         Budget: amend the budget process to require joint         Congressional Record: require payment from House
      (H.R. 1854) [28JY]                                        budget resolutions and the inclusion of public debt       Members’ official expense account relative to matter
  National Highway System Designations (S. 440)                 limit extension (see H.R. 2622) [13NO]                    printed in the Extensions of Remarks (see H. Res.
      [15NO]                                                  ———consideration of budget authority rescission pro-        18) [9JA]
  Paperwork Reduction Act (S. 244) [3AP]                        posals (see H.R. 678) [25JA]                            Congressional Task Force on Immigration Reform: au-
  Permit Medicare Select Policies To Be Offered in All        ———establish 2-year cycle (see H.R. 766) [1FE]              thorize printing of report (see H. Con. Res. 111)
      States (H.R. 483) [22JN]                                ———extend and reduce discretionary spending limits          [26OC]
  Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act              and extend pay-as-you-go requirements (see H.R.         Constitutional amendments: require a three-fifths ma-
      (H.R. 4) [21DE]                                           2459) [11OC]                                              jority on the passage of legislation increasing rev-
  Private Securities Litigation Reform Act (H.R. 1058)        ———limit rate of growth (see H.R. 1110) [2MR]               enue (see H.J. Res. 51, 106) [11JA] [2AU]
      [28NO]                                                  ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (see       Contracts: revise and streamline Federal procurement
  Reconciliation of the Concurrent Budget Resolution            H.R. 2491, 2517, 2530) [17OC] [20OC] [25OC]               and acquisition laws (see H.R. 1038, 1388, 1670,
      (H.R. 2491) [15NO] [20NO]                               ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.        1795) [24FE] [4AP] [18MY] [8JN]
  Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1996–2002 (H.            2491), consideration (see H. Res. 245) [25OC]           ———revise and streamline Federal procurement and
      Con. Res. 67) [26JN]                                    ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.        acquisition laws (H.R. 1670), consideration (see H.
  Small Business Lending Enhancement Act (S. 895)               2491), consideration of Senate amendments to con-         Res. 219) [12SE]
      [28SE]                                                    ference report (see H. Res. 279) [18NO]                 Crime: categorize payments from lobbyists to Members
  Supplemental Appropriations and Rescissions (H.R.           ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.        of Congress as bribery under Federal criminal law
      1158) [16MY]                                              2491), consideration of conference report (see H.         (see H.R. 279) [9JA]
  Unfunded Mandate Reform Act (S. 1) [13MY]                     Res. 272) [16NO]                                        ———deny annuity benefits to Members of Congress
CONFERENCES                                                   ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.
                                                                                                                          and terminate salary of justices or judges convicted
Bills and resolutions                                           2530), consideration (see H. Res. 321) [21DE]
                                                                                                                          of felonies (see H.R. 350) [9JA]
  Small business: require White House Conference on           ———reform process (see H.R. 2599) [8NO]
                                                                                                                        Dept. of Defense: outline congressional response to
      Small Business to publish final report in the Federal   ———require an operating and a capital budget to
                                                                                                                          the possibility of reduction or elimination of the
      Register (see H.R. 2378) [21SE]                           distinguish between Federal funds and trust funds
                                                                                                                          commissary and exchange networks (see H. Con.
  White House Conference on Trade and Investment in             (see H.R. 767, 1233) [1FE] [14MR]
                                                              ———require detailed information on spending choices         Res. 45) [21MR]
      Ireland: endorse Irish-American agenda (see H. Con.                                                               District of Columbia: disapprove action of city council
      Res. 43) [16MR]                                           (see H.R. 1109) [2MR]
                                                              ———rescind certain budget authority (see H.R. 845)          relative to closing of public alley (see H.J. Res.
CONFLICT OF INTERESTS                                                                                                     80) [24MR]
                                                                [7FE]
Bills and resolutions                                         ———setting forth the Federal budget for 1996–2002         ———expenditure and appropriation of funds for times
  Members of Congress: treatment of financial assets                                                                      when Congress has not enacted a budget (see H.R.
                                                                (see H. Con. Res. 66, 67, 122) [11MY] [15MY]
      and strengthening of financial disclosure require-                                                                  2661) [17NO]
                                                                [18DE]
      ments (see H.R. 1356) [29MR]                            ———setting forth the Federal budget for 1996–2002         ———provide resident exemption from Federal income
CONGRESS related term(s) HOUSE OF REPRESENTA-                   (H. Con. Res. 67), consideration (see H. Res. 149)        taxation (see H.R. 748) [31JA]
      TIVES; LEGISLATIVE BRANCH OF THE GOVERN-                  [16MY]                                                  District of Columbia Financial Responsibility and Man-
      MENT; MEMBERS OF CONGRESS; SENATE                       ———setting forth the Federal budget for 1996–2002           agement Assistance Authority: establish (see H.R.
Appointments                                                    (H. Con. Res. 67), consideration of conference report     1345) [29MR]
  Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Shimon             (see H. Res. 175) [28JN]                                Elections: campaign ethics reform and contribution lim-
      Peres Into the House Chamber [12DE]                     ———setting forth the Federal budget for 1996–2002           its (see H.R. 49, 274, 296, 591, 732, 738, 1100,
  Committee To Escort South Korean President Kim                (H. Con. Res. 122), consideration (see H. Res. 309)       1208, 1427, 1692, 2072, 2307, 2430, 2471, 2566,
      Young Sam Into the House Chamber [26JY]                   [18DE]                                                    2573) [9JA] [19JA] [30JA] [1MR] [10MR] [6AP]
  Committee To Escort the President [24JA]                    ———use CBO economic assumptions to achieve a                [24MY] [19JY] [12SE] [29SE] [11OC] [31OC]
  Conferees: H. Con. Res. 67, setting forth the Federal         balanced Federal budget (see H.J. Res. 132) [18DE]        [1NO]
      budget for 1996–2002 [8JN]                              Campbell, Representative: election to the Committee       ———constitutional amendment to regulate campaign
  ———H.R. 1854, legislative branch of the Government            on Banking and Financial Services (House) and the         expenditures and contribution limits (see H.J. Res.
      appropriations [26JY]                                     Committee on International Relations (House) (see         65, 114) [26JA] [18OC]
  ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent                H. Res. 324) [27DE]                                     ———contribution limitations for multicandidate polit-
      budget resolution [30OC] [31OC] [2NO] [13NO]            Capitol Building and Grounds: establish a Capitol Vis-      ical committees (see H.R. 1865, 2141, 2446, 2638)
  ———S. 4, Separate Enrollment and Line Item Veto               itor Center (see H.R. 1230) [14MR]                        [15JN] [28JY] [29SE] [15NO]
      Act [7SE]                                               Clinton, President: notification that a quorum has as-    ———eliminate multicandidate political committees
Bills and resolutions                                           sembled (see H. Res. 3) [9JA]                             (see H.R. 1432) [6AP]
  Adjournment (see H. Con. Res. 30, 58, 72, 92, 104)          Committee on Appropriations (House): establish Sub-       ———establish a temporary commission to rec-
      [16FE] [6AP] [25MY] [3AU] [29SE]                          committee on Veterans’ Affairs (see H. Res. 27)           ommend reforms for Federal office (see H.R. 1837)
  Adjournment (S. Con. Res. 20), consideration (see H.          [9JA]                                                     [14JN]
      Res. 179) [29JN]                                        Committee on Government Reform and Oversight              ———establish advisory commission to recommend
  Appropriations: constitutional amendment on line-item         (House): use of forged documents at a Subcommittee        reforms in congressional election laws (see H.R.
      veto (see H.J. Res. 4, 6, 17, 43, 46, 47, 59) [9JA]       on National Economic Growth, Natural Resources            2635) [14NO]
      [19JA]                                                    and Regulatory Affairs hearing (see H. Res. 244)        ———limit out-of-State individual contributions (see
  ———line-item veto (see H.R. 2, 27, 128) [9JA]                 [25OC]                                                    H.R. 2830) [22DE]
  ———line-item veto (H.R. 2), consideration (see H.           Committee on Standards of Official Conduct (House):       ———prohibit congressional candidates from accepting
      Res. 55) [1FE]                                            abolish and establish an Independent Commission           contributions from multicandidate political commit-
  ———line-item veto (S. 4), application to 1996 appro-          on Congressional Ethics (see H.R. 2797) [15DE]            tees (see H.R. 275) [9JA]
      priations bills (see H. Res. 212) [4AU]                 ———prevent any action to dissolve, diminish the           ———prohibit congressional leadership committees
  ———line-item veto (S. 4), consideration (see H. Res.          scope or limit the activities of the committee during     (see H.R. 1693) [24MY]
      147) [16MY]                                               investigations (see H.R. 251) [9JA]                     ———prohibit contributions by nonparty multi-
  Armed Forces: amend the War Powers Resolution de-           Committees of the House: appointments to the Com-           candidate political committees (see H.R. 2447, 2581)
      fining the congressional and Presidential role in the     mittee on Printing (Joint) and the Committee on           [29SE] [2NO]
      use of troops overseas (see H.R. 1111; H.J. Res.          the Library (Joint) (see H. Res. 86) [15FE]             ———prohibit contributions by nonparty multi-
      95) [2MR] [16JN]                                        ———majority party appointments (see H. Res. 11,             candidate political committees controlled by foreign-
  Award, medals, prizes: establish congressional com-           157) [9JA] [25MY]                                         owned corporations (see H.R. 2499, 2605) [18OC]
      memorative medal for organ donors (see H.R. 2551)       ———minority party appointments (see H. Res. 12,             [9NO]
      [26OC]                                                    31, 166, 186) [9JA] [13JN] [12JY] [13JY]                ———prohibit use of campaign contributions for per-
  Bosnia and Herzegovina: require congressional ap-           ———reporting of legislation relative to streamlining        sonal purposes (see H.R. 276) [9JA]
      proval prior to U.S. military intervention (see H.R.      Government rules and regulations (see H. Res. 97)       ———protect constitutional rights of citizens to choose
      2550, 2606, 2770) [26OC] [9NO] [13DE]                     [24FE]                                                    Senators and Representatives (see H.R. 1104) [1MR]

                                                                                    3293
CONGRESS                                                                          INDEX
 ———provide for multimember congressional districts           ———audit by Inspector General (see H. Res. 192)             ———ban on the acceptance of gifts and lobbyist-
   by limited, cumulative, or preference voting systems         [18JY]                                                       sponsored perks (H. Res. 40), consideration (see H.
   (see H.R. 2545) [26OC]                                     ———compensation of certain minority employees                  Res. 127) [3AP]
 ———voluntary limitation on contributions from enti-            (see H. Res. 7) [9JA]                                     ———consideration of legislative branch appropria-
   ties other than individual district residents in House     ———declare vacant the office of a Member who                   tions relative to the status of all other appropriations
   of Representative elections (see H.R. 1694) [24MY]           announces a change in political party affiliation (see       legislation (see H. Res. 213) [6SE]
 Employment: treatment of Members and employees for             H. Res. 203) [25JY]                                       ———disclosure of source of amendments, measures,
   retirement purposes (see H.R. 1353) [29MR]                 ———election of officers (see H. Res. 1) [9JA]                  and committee reports (see H. Res. 132) [6AP]
 Executive departments: ensure that Federal expendi-          ———enclosure of the galleries with a transparent and        ———discourage arbitrary or inconsequential ethics
   tures remain accountable to the House of Representa-         substantial material (see H. Res. 19) [9JA]                  complaints (see H. Res. 314) [19DE]
   tives (see H. Res. 57) [3FE]                               ———expedite commencement of committee hearings              ———establish a Citizens’ Commission on Congres-
 Federal aid programs: termination dates (see H.R. 216)         (see H. Res. 310) [18DE]                                     sional Ethics (see H. Res. 95) [23FE]
   [9JA]                                                      ———fixing the hour of daily meeting (see H. Res.            ———extend time required before consideration of
 Federal employees: eliminate exemptions of civil serv-         8) [9JA]                                                     conference reports (see H. Res. 154) [18MY]
   ice requirements for judicial or legislative branch        ———funding for the Republican Steering Committee
                                                                                                                          ———identification of targeted tax benefits in Com-
   employees involuntarily separated from their jobs            and the Democratic Policy Committee (see H. Res.
                                                                                                                             mittee on Ways and Means (House) reports accom-
   (see H.R. 913) [13FE]                                        9) [9JA]
                                                                                                                             panying revenue bills (see H. Res. 133) [6AP]
 ———protection of congressional staff (see H.R. 628)          ———notify President of election of the Speaker and
                                                                                                                          ———permit committee chairmen to schedule hearings
   [23JA]                                                       Clerk (see H. Res. 4) [9JA]
                                                              ———official mail allowance (see H.R. 71, 458, 504,             (see H. Res. 43) [23JA]
 ———strengthen post-employment restrictions on cer-                                                                       ———permit committee chairmen to schedule hearings
   tain executive and legislative branch officials relative     755, 847, 918, 923, 978, 1053, 1383, 1615, 1755)
                                                                [9JA] [13JA] [31JA] [7FE] [13FE] [16FE] [24FE]               (H. Res. 43), consideration (see H. Res. 47) [27JA]
   to foreign representation (see H.R. 1576, 2031, 2498)                                                                  ———prohibit legislation designating buildings or
   [3MY] [13JY] [18OC]legislative branch officials (see         [4AP] [11MY] [7JN]
                                                              ———official travel requirements (see H.R. 1222; H.             structures in honor of Members of Congress, Federal
   H.R. 2498)                                                                                                                judges, of executive branch officers until 5 years
 Federal-State relations: specify source of constitutional      Res. 15, 22) [9JA] [14MR]
                                                              ———payment of lump sum for accrued annual leave                after their retirement (see H. Res. 199) [21JY]
   authority for the enactment of legislation (see H.R.                                                                   ———provide for the consideration of a congressional
   2270) [6SE]                                                  to eligible former employees (see H. Res. 35) [17JA]
                                                              ———preserve constitutional role to originate revenue           reform resolution in each new Congress (see H. Res.
 Foreign policy: encourage North-South dialogue on Ko-                                                                       162) [7JN]
                                                                measures (see H. Res. 131) [5AP]
   rean Peninsula (see H.J. Res. 83, 85; H. Con. Res.                                                                     ———reduce time for recorded votes (see H. Res.
                                                              ———prevent certain mass mailings from being sent
   19) [25JA] [30MR]                                                                                                         195) [19JY]
                                                                as franked mail (see H.R. 1291) [22MR]
 Franking privilege: prevent certain mass mailings from                                                                   ———reform gift rules (see H. Res. 214, 250, 264)
                                                              ———prohibit travel by Members, officers and em-
   being sent as franked mail (see H.R. 1291) [22MR]                                                                         [6SE] [30OC] [10NO]
                                                                ployees at lobbyist expense (see H.R. 75) [9JA]
 Gingrich, Representative: status of Committee on             ———provide for official allowance that represents           ———reform gift rules (H. Res. 250), consideration
   Standards of Official Conduct (House) ethics inves-          administrative reforms (see H.R. 2739) [7DE]                 (see H. Res. 268) [15NO]
   tigation and appointment of independent counsel (see       ———provide for the issuance and approval of em-             ———reform the House of Representatives (see H.
   H. Res. 277, 288) [17NO] [30NO]                              ployment regulations and practices (see H. Res. 311)         Res. 6) [9JA]
 Government: avoid costs and disruption of agency shut-         [19DE]                                                    ———reform the House of Representatives (H. Res.
   downs when there is a lapse in appropriations (see         ———purchase of House calendars (see H. Res. 23)                6), consideration (see H. Res. 5) [9JA]
   H.R. 2069) [19JY]                                            [9JA]                                                     ———replace Consent Calendar with a Corrections
 ———constitutional amendment to limit terms for               ———ratification of constitutional amendment to en-             Calendar (see H. Res. 161, 168) [6JN] [16JN]
   Members of Congress, and the President and Vice              sure equal rights relative to States’ ratification (see   ———require a three-fifths majority on the passage
   President (see H.J. Res. 82) [29MR]                          H. Res. 39) [19JA]                                           of legislation increasing income tax rates (see H.
 ———continuance of pay and authority to make cer-             ———recesses subject to the call of the Chair (see              Res. 26) [9JA]
   tain expenditures and obligations when there is a            H. Res. 320) [20DE]                                       ———require floor amendments to appropriations bills
   lapse in appropriations (see H.R. 2007) [11JY]             ———reduce number of Members (see H.R. 2068)                    be reflected in budget accounting (see H. Res. 182)
 ———continuance of pay when there is a lapse in                 [19JY]                                                       [30JN]
   appropriations (see H.R. 2184, 2662) [3AU] [17NO]          ———reduction of section 602(b)(1) suballocations
 ———eliminate and modify reporting requirements by                                                                        ———require legislation which amends current law
                                                                relative to floor amendments for appropriation bills         to contain the complete text of the amended provi-
   Federal departments and agencies (see H.R. 2331)             (see H. Res. 191) [17JY]
   [14SE]                                                                                                                    sions (see H. Res. 211) [4AU]
                                                              ———reform (see H.R. 215) [9JA]                              ———require that committee reports on legislation
 ———ensure stoppage of payment for the President,             ———repeal requirement that Delegates from the Vir-
   Vice President, and Members of Congress during                                                                            contain analysis of impact on children (see H. Res.
                                                                gin Islands, Guam, and American Samoa be elected             184) [10JY]
   Government shutdown (see H.R. 2373, 2671; H.                 by a separate ballot (see H.R. 2254) [4AU]
   Con. Res. 113) [21SE] [15NO] [20NO]                                                                                    ———require two-thirds vote to approve naming of
                                                              ———require audit of financial records and adminis-             Speaker Pro Tempore (see H. Res. 196) [19JY]
 ———reform disclosure of lobbying activities to influ-          trative functions and thorough examination of Mem-
   ence the Federal Government (see H.R. 2169, 2268,                                                                      ———same-day consideration of certain resolutions
                                                                bers’ allowances (see H. Res. 16) [9JA]                      (see H. Res. 260, 265, 276, 297) [9NO] [13NO]
   2564) [2AU] [6SE] [31OC]                                   ———require Members who change political parties
 ———reform disclosure of lobbying activities to influ-                                                                       [17NO] [12DE]
                                                                to repay certain funds to their former party (see
   ence the Federal Government (H.R. 2564), consider-                                                                     ———technical corrections (see H. Res. 254) [7NO]
                                                                H. Res. 202) [25JY]
   ation (see H. Res. 269) [15NO]                                                                                         ———treat copyright royalties as honoraria (see H.
                                                              ———require that certain legislation be accompanied
 ———reform disclosure of lobbying activities to influ-                                                                       Res. 20) [9JA]
                                                                by a statement of constitutional authority (see H.
   ence the Federal Government (S. 1060), technical                                                                       ———treatment of expenses of special-order speeches
                                                                Res. 106) [6MR]
   corrections (see H. Con. Res. 116) [29NO]                  ———require that excess amounts from Members’ of-               (see H. Res. 263) [9NO]
 Government regulations: final approval of all executive                                                                  ———treatment of outside earned income (see H. Res.
                                                                ficial allowances be applied to deficit reduction (see
   branch agency promulgated regulations (see H.R.                                                                           299) [12DE]
                                                                H.R. 330, 376, 572, 1333) [9JA] [19JA] [28MR]
   2727) [6DE]                                                ———require use of official allowance to purchase            ———treatment of outside earned income (H. Res.
 ———reform regulatory process (see H.R. 821, 926,               copies of the U.S. Code (see H. Res. 58) [3FE]               299), consideration (see H. Res. 322) [21DE]
   1022, 1839) [3FE] [14FE] [23FE] [14JN]                     ———terminate certain entitlements of former Speak-          Impoundment Control Act: repeal (see H.R. 1064)
 ———reform regulatory process (H.R. 926), consider-             ers of the House (see H.R. 2536) [25OC]                      [27FE]
   ation (see H. Res. 100) [27FE]                             ———transfer certain administrative and maintenance          Interstate compacts: consent of Congress to additional
 ———reform regulatory process (H.R. 1022), consider-            functions to the private sector (see H. Res. 102)            powers conferred upon the Bi-State Development
   ation (see H. Res. 96) [24FE]                                [1MR]                                                        Agency by Missouri and Illinois (see H.J. Res. 78)
 ———require approval by law all agency rules and              ———transfer of certain employee positions (see H.              [10MR]
   regulations (see H.R. 47) [9JA]                              Res. 113) [10MR]                                          ———consent of Congress to amend the Historic
 Graham, Billy and Ruth: award congressional gold             ———transfer of two employees from the majority                 Chattahoochee Compact between Alabama and Geor-
   medal (see H.R. 2657) [17NO]                                 whip to the majority leader (see H. Res. 10) [9JA]           gia (see H.R. 2064) [19JY]
 Health: national policy to provide health care and re-       ———treatment of references in statutes to any com-          Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of: nuclear weap-
   form insurance procedures (see H. Con. Res. 14)              mittee or officer whose name or jurisdiction has             ons proliferation (see H.J. Res. 83, 85; H. Con.
   [17JA]                                                       been changed (see H.R. 1421) [6AP]                           Res. 19) [25JA] [30MR]
 House of Representatives: abolish franking privilege         House Rules: allow motions to suspend rules (see H.         ———restrict congressional travel (see H.R. 1987)
   (see H.R. 2308) [12SE]                                       Res. 275) [17NO]                                             [30JN]
 ———adjournment (see H. Con. Res. 41) [16MR]                  ———ban on the acceptance of gifts and lobbyist-             Legislative Branch of the Government: application of
 ———adjournment relative to budget impasse (see H.              sponsored perks (see H. Res. 40, 66, 134) [19JA]             certain laws (see H.R. 1, 287, 309) [9JA]
   Res. 278) [17NO]                                             [8FE] [6AP]                                               ———improve operations (see H.R. 252) [9JA]

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———prevent certain mass mailings from being sent            ———require congressional approval for certain uses            ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.
  as franked mail (see H.R. 355) [9JA]                        of the exchange stabilization fund (see H.R. 2177)            2491), conference report [20NO]
———require random drug testing of employees and               [3AU]                                                       ———reconciliation of the concurrent resolution (H.R.
  officers (see H.R. 148) [9JA]                             National Voter Registration Act: affirmation (see H.            2530), consideration (H. Res. 321) [22DE]
Legislative branch of the Government: making appro-           Con. Res. 96) [4AU]                                         ———setting forth the Federal budget for 1996–2002
  priations (see H.R. 1854, 2492) [15JN] [18OC]             O’Leary, Sec. of Energy: investigation of funds used            (H. Con. Res. 67) [8JN]
———making appropriations (H.R. 1854), consider-               to analyze media coverage of Dept. of Energy (see           Committee on Government Reform and Oversight
  ation (see H. Res. 169) [19JN]                              H. Res. 283) [28NO]                                           (House): use of forged documents at a Subcommittee
———making appropriations (H.R. 1854), consider-             Pensions: cost-of-living adjustments for annuities of           on National Economic Growth, Natural Resources
  ation of conference report (see H. Res. 206) [1AU]          Members of Congress and Social Security benefits              and Regulatory Affairs hearing (H. Res. 244) [25OC]
———making appropriations (H.R. 1854), corrections             (see H. Con. Res. 2) [9JA]                                  Executive departments: ensure that Federal expendi-
  in enrollment (see H. Con. Res. 99) [6SE]                 ———employee forfeiture of retirement benefits rel-              tures remain accountable to the House of Representa-
———making appropriations (H.R. 2492), consider-               ative to certain criminal convictions (see H.R. 2244)         tives (H. Res. 57) [7FE]
  ation (see H. Res. 239) [19OC]                              [4AU]                                                       Gingrich, Representative: status of Committee on
Legislative Reorganization Act: waiving provisions rel-     Political action committees: ban activities in Federal          Standards of Official Conduct (House) ethics inves-
  ative to adjournment (see H. Con. Res. 89) [31JY]           elections (see H.R. 2565) [31OC]                              tigation and appointment of independent counsel (H.
Lobbyists: limit access to the Hall of the House of         Political campaigns: free broadcasting time for political       Res. 277) [17NO]
  Representatives (see H. Res. 286) [29NO]                    advertising (see H.R. 2271) [6SE]                           ———status of Committee on Standards of Official
———reform lobbying disclosure and gift rules (see           Public debt: ceiling (see H.R. 2409, 2586) [27SE]               Conduct (House) ethics investigation and appoint-
  H.R. 2261, 2686; H. Res. 255) [6SE] [7NO] [29NO]            [7NO]                                                         ment of independent counsel (H. Res. 288) [30NO]
———reform lobbying disclosure and gift rules (H.R.          ———ceiling (H.R. 2409), consideration (see H. Res.            Government regulations: reform regulatory process
  2261), consideration (see H. Res. 242) [24OC]               292) [6DE]                                                    (H.R. 1022) [28FE]
Macedonia: diplomatic recognition (see H. Con. Res.         ———ceiling (H.R. 2586), consideration (see H. Res.            House of Representatives: preserve constitutional role
  54) [3AP]                                                   258, 262) [8NO] [9NO]                                         to originate revenue measures (H. Res. 131) [6AP]
Members of Congress: annuity computation (see H.R.          ———constitutional amendment to restrict annual defi-          House Rules: allow motions to suspend rules (H. Res.
  575, 804, 907; H. Con. Res. 15) [19JA] [20JA]               cits (see H.J. Res. 40) [9JA]                                 275) [18NO]
  [2FE] [13FE]                                                                                                            ———reform the House of Representatives (H. Res.
                                                            ———enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust
———constitutional amendment relative to pay and                                                                             6), consideration (H. Res. 5) [4JA]
                                                              funds (see H.R. 2621) [13NO]
  pensions (see H.J. Res. 107) [20SE]                                                                                     ———same-day consideration of certain resolutions
                                                            ———enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust
———constitutional amendment to limit terms (see                                                                             (H. Res. 276) [18NO]
                                                              funds (H.R. 2621), consideration (see H. Res. 293)          Legislative branch of the Government: making appro-
  H.J. Res. 2, 3, 5, 8, 12, 25, 29, 34, 38, 44, 52,           [7DE]                                                         priations (H.R. 1854) [22JN]
  65, 66, 73, 75, 76, 77, 91, 92) [9JA] [11JA] [26JA]       Rascon, Alfred: award Medal of Honor (see H.R. 2663)          ———making appropriations (H.R. 1854), conference
  [27JA] [2MR] [6MR] [8MR] [23MY] [24MY]                      [17NO]                                                        report [6SE]
———constitutional amendment to limit terms and to           Sanders, Representative: election to standing commit-         Public debt: ceiling (H.R. 2586) [9NO] [10NO]
  increase the term of Representatives to 4 years (see        tees (see H. Res. 13) [9JA]                                 ———ceiling (H.R. 2586), veto [13NO]
  H.J. Res. 24) [9JA]                                       Senate: notify that a quorum of the House of Rep-             ———enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust
———constitutional amendment to limit terms (H.J.              resentatives is present and of the election of the            funds (H.R. 2621) [14DE]
  Res. 2), consideration (see H. Res. 14) [9JA]               Speaker and Clerk (see H. Res. 2) [9JA]                   Reports filed
———constitutional amendment to limit terms (H.J.            Sinatra, Francis A.: award congressional gold medal           Allow Motions To Suspend House Rules: Committee
  Res. 73), consideration (see H. Res. 116) [15MR]            (see H.R. 1921, 2310) [22JN] [12SE]                           on Rules (House) (H. Res. 275) (H. Rept. 104–
———eliminate automatic salary adjustments (see H.R.         Small business: reform regulatory process (see H.R.             351) [17NO]
  126, 129, 196, 2454, 2462, 2588) [9JA] [10OC]               1979) [30JN]                                                Amend House Rules To Permit Committee Chairmen
  [11OC] [7NO]                                              Social Security: budget treatment of trust funds (see           To Schedule Hearings: Committee on Rules (House)
———eliminate certain benefits (see H.R. 2610)                 H.R. 2628) [14NO]                                             (H. Res. 43) (H. Rept. 104–5) [27JA]
  [9NO]                                                     State of the Union Message: joint session (see H. Con.        Consent of Congress to Additional Powers Conferred
———limit participation in Federal Employees’ Retire-          Res. 16) [23JA]                                               Upon the Bi-State Development Agency by Missouri
  ment System and Civil Service Retirement System           Tauzin, Representative: election to the Committees on           and Illinois: Committee on the Judiciary (House)
  (see H.R. 1618, 2456) [11MY] [10OC]                         Commerce and Resources (see H. Res. 217) [12SE]               (H.J. Res. 78) (H. Rept. 104–377) [4DE]
———make ineligible for participation in Federal Em-         Taxation: credit for in-State contributions to congres-       Consent of Congress To Amend the Historic Chat-
  ployees’ Retirement System (see H.R. 165) [9JA]             sional candidates (see H.R. 1695) [24MY]                      tahoochee Compact Between Alabama and Georgia:
———make pay subject to annual appropriations (see           ———repeal special deduction for living expenses of              Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2064)
  H.R. 2351) [19SE]                                           Members of Congress (see H.R. 1644) [16MY]                    (H. Rept. 104–376) [4DE]
———national advisory referendum on term limits (see         Travel: treatment of travel awards accrued during offi-       Consideration of Conference Report on H. Con. Res.
  H.R. 2115) [26JY]                                           cial travel by Members, officers, or employees (see           67, Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1996–2002:
———prohibit representation of foreign governments             H.R. 2455) [10OC]                                             Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 175) (H. Rept.
  after leaving office (see H.R. 459) [9JA]                 Tucker, Representative: Committee on Standards of Of-           104–165) [28JN]
———provide a permanent appropriation for com-                 ficial Conduct (House) vote on expulsion from the           Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1854,
  pensation (see H.R. 108) [9JA]                              House of Representatives (see H. Res. 300) [12DE]             Legislative Branch of the Government Appropria-
———ratify States’ right to limit terms (see H.R. 850)       Vermont-New Hampshire Interstate Public Water Sup-              tions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 206)
  [7FE]                                                       ply Compact: congressional consent (see H.J. Res.             (H. Rept. 104–221) [1AU]
———reduce pay pending a minimum wage increase                 129) [30NO]                                                 Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2491,
  (see H.R. 876) [9FE]                                      War: require a cost/benefit analysis for any declaration        Reconciliation of the Concurrent Budget Resolution:
———repeal salary increase (see H.R. 834) [6FE]                of war (see H.R. 277) [9JA]                                   Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 272) (H. Rept.
———require comparable treatment with Federal em-          Conference reports                                                104–348) [16NO]
  ployees during Government shutdown (see H.R.              Legislative Branch of the Government Appropriations           Consideration of H. Con. Res. 67, Setting Forth the
  2828) [21DE]                                                (H.R. 1854) [28JY]                                            Federal Budget for 1996–2002: Committee on Rules
———restriction from lobbying activities for a certain       Reconciliation of the Concurrent Budget Resolution              (House) (H. Res. 149) (H. Rept. 104–125) [16MY]
  period after term expiration or resignation (see H.R.       (H.R. 2491) [15NO] [20NO]                                   Consideration of H. Con. Res. 122, Setting Forth the
  751) [31JA]                                               Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1996–2002 (H.              Federal Budget for 1996–2002: Committee on Rules
———stoppage of payment during Government shut-                Con. Res. 67) [26JN]                                          (House) (H. Res. 309) (H. Rept. 104–423) [18DE]
  down (see H.R. 2281, 2639, 2658) [7SE] [15NO]           Messages                                                        Consideration of H. Res. 43, Amend House Rules To
  [17NO]                                                    Public Debt Ceiling Legislation: President Clinton              Permit Committee Chairmen To Schedule Hearings:
———treatment of financial assets and strengthening            [13NO]                                                        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 47) (H. Rept.
  of financial disclosure requirements (see H.R. 1356)      Veto of H.R. 1854, Legislative Branch of the Govern-            104–6) [27JA]
  [29MR]                                                      ment Appropriations: President Clinton [6OC]                Consideration of H. Res. 250, House Gift Rules Re-
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority: abolish         Veto of H.R. 2491, Reconciliation of the Concurrent             form: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 268)
  the Board of Review (see H.R. 775, 1036, 1101)              Budget Resolution: President Clinton [6DE]                    (H. Rept. 104–341) [15NO]
  [1FE] [24FE] [1MR]                                        Veto of H.R. 2586, Public Debt Ceiling: President             Consideration of H. Res. 299, House Rules Relative
———ensure public awareness of Members’ parking                Clinton [13NO]                                                to Treatment of Outside Earned Income: Committee
  facilities (see H.R. 706) [26JA]                        Motions                                                           on Rules (House) (H. Res. 322) (H. Rept. 104–
Michel, Robert H.: naming of certain rooms in the           Appropriations: line-item veto (H.R. 2) [6FE]                   441) [21DE]
  Capitol in honor (see H. Res. 65) [8FE]                   ———line-item veto (S. 4) [7SE] [25OC]                         Consideration of H. Res. 306, U.S. Military Interven-
Money: budget and credit authority provided to the          Budget: reconciliation of the concurrent resolution             tion in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Committee on Rules
  exchange stabilization fund (see H.R. 867) [8FE]            (H.R. 2491) [26OC] [30OC]                                     (House) (H. Res. 304) (H. Rept. 104–405) [13DE]

                                                                                   3295
CONGRESS                                                                       INDEX
 Consideration of H.J. Res. 73, Constitutional Amend-       ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 265) (H.          CONNECTICUT
   ment to Limit Congressional Terms: Committee on              Rept. 104–335) [13NO]                                Bills and resolutions
   Rules (House) (H. Res. 116) (H. Rept. 104–82)            ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 276) (H.            Long Island Sound: improve water quality (see H.R.
   [15MR]                                                       Rept. 104–352) [17NO]                                      2279) [7SE]
 Consideration of H.R. 926, Regulatory Reform and Re-       ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 297) (H.            Mystic River: deauthorize portion of improvement
   lief Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 100)           Rept. 104–400) [12DE]                                      project (see H.R. 1001) [21FE]
   (H. Rept. 104–52) [27FE]                                 House Rules Technical Corrections: Committee on            Old State House: mint coins in commemoration of
 Consideration of H.R. 1022, Risk Assessment and                Rules (House) (H. Res. 254) (H. Rept. 104–340)             the bicentennial (see H.R. 1933) [27JN]
   Cost-Benefit Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H.             [14NO]                                                 Thames River: modify navigation project to alter turn-
   Res. 96) (H. Rept. 104–51) [24FE]                        Legislative Branch Appropriations: Committee of Con-           ing basin dimensions in Norwich, CT (see H.R.
 Consideration of H.R. 1670, Federal Acquisition Re-            ference (H.R. 1854) (H. Rept. 104–212) [28JY]              2282) [7SE]
   form Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.            ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.             Messages
   219) (H. Rept. 104–244) [12SE]                               1854) (H. Rept. 104–141) [15JN]                        Farmington Wild and Scenic River Study: President
 Consideration of H.R. 1854, Legislative Branch of the      Line-Item Veto: Committee on Government Reform                 Clinton [13DE]
   Government Appropriations: Committee on Rules                and Oversight (House) (H.R. 2) (H. Rept. 104–11)     CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
   (House) (H. Res. 169) (H. Rept. 104–146) [19JN]              [30JA]                                               Bills and resolutions
 Consideration of H.R. 2491, Reconciliation of the Con-     ———Committee on Rules (House) (H.R. 2) (H. Rept.           Appropriations: funding for programs (see H.R. 2596)
   current Budget Resolution: Committee on Rules                104–11) [27JA]                                             [8NO]
   (House) (H. Res. 245) (H. Rept. 104–292) [25OC]          ———Committee on Rules (House) (H.R. 2) (H. Rept.           Dept. of Energy: abolish (see H.R. 1993) [30JN]
 Consideration of H.R. 2492, Legislative Branch of the                                                                 Housing: energy conservation standards in public hous-
                                                                104–15) [1FE]
   Government Appropriations: Committee on Rules                                                                           ing (see H.R. 170) [9JA]
                                                            Lobbying Disclosure Act: Committee on the Judiciary
   (House) (H. Res. 239) (H. Rept. 104–283) [19OC]              (House) (H.R. 2564) (H. Rept. 104–339) [14NO]        CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES re-
 Consideration of H.R. 2564, Lobbying Disclosure Act:       Public Debt Ceiling: Committee on Ways and Means               lated term(s) ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT; NAT-
   Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 269) (H. Rept.                                                                      URAL RESOURCES
                                                                (House) (H.R. 2586) (H. Rept. 104–325) [7NO]
   104–342) [15NO]                                                                                                   Bills and resolutions
                                                            Reconciliation of the Concurrent Budget Resolution:
 Consideration of H.R. 2586, Public Debt Ceiling: Com-                                                                 Agriculture: establish a conservation incentives pro-
                                                                Committee of Conference (H.R. 2491) (H. Rept.
   mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 258) (H. Rept.                                                                         gram to develop soil, water, and related resources
                                                                104–347) [15NO]
   104–328) [8NO]                                                                                                          protection practices (see H.R. 2793) [15DE]
                                                            ———Committee of Conference (H.R. 2491) (H. Rept.
 ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 262) (H.                                                                       ———improve agricultural resources conservation pro-
                                                                104–350) [18NO]
   Rept. 104–332) [9NO]                                                                                                    grams (see H.R. 2542) [26OC]
                                                            ———Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 2491)             ———incentives for land owners to provide habitat
 Consideration of H.R. 2606, Congressional Approval             (H. Rept. 104–280) [17OC]
   Prior to U.S. Military Intervention in Bosnia and                                                                       for endangered species (see H.R. 2284) [7SE]
                                                            Regulatory Reform and Relief Act: Committee on the         ———reauthorize the conservation reserve program
   Herzegovina: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.             Judiciary (House) (H.R. 926) (H. Rept. 104–48)             (see H.R. 343) [9JA]
   273) (H. Rept. 104–349) [16NO]                               [23FE]                                                 ———use of integrated, site-specific farm management
 Consideration of H.R. 2621, Public Debt Limit En-          Replace Consent Calendar With a Corrections Cal-               plans (see H.R. 2339) [14SE]
   forcement and Protection of Obligated Trust Funds:           endar: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 168)        Anadromous Fish Conservation Act: authorizing appro-
   Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 293) (H. Rept.           (H. Rept. 104–144) [16JN]                                  priations (see H.R. 2160) [2AU]
   104–388) [7DE]                                           Revise and Streamline Federal Procurement and Acqui-       California: promote balance between natural resources,
 Consideration of H.R. 2770, Congressional Approval             sition Laws: Committee on Government Reform and            economic development and job retention (see H.R.
   Prior to U.S. Military Intervention in Bosnia and            Oversight (House) (H.R. 1670) (H. Rept. 104–222)           2712) [5DE]
   Herzegovina: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.             [1AU]                                                  Conservation Reserve Program: extend (see H.R. 67)
   304) (H. Rept. 104–405) [13DE]                           Setting Forth the Federal Budget for 1996–2002: Com-           [9JA]
 Consideration of S. 4, Legislative Line Item Veto Act          mittee of Conference (H. Con. Res. 67) (H. Rept.       Dept. of the Interior: provide loan guarantees for water
   and Separate Enrollment and Line Item Veto Act:              104–159) [26JN]                                            supply, conservation, quality, and transmission
   Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 147) (H. Rept.       ———Committee on the Budget (House) (H. Con.                    projects (see H.R. 2781) [14DE]
   104–121) [16MY]                                              Res. 67) (H. Rept. 104–120) [15MY]                     Ecology and environment: funding to States to imple-
 Consideration of S. Con. Res. 20, Adjournment of Con-    CONGRESSIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY ACT                                 ment national estuary conservation and management
   gress: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 179)        Bills and resolutions                                            plans (see H.R. 1438, 1917) [6AP] [22JN]
   (H. Rept. 104–168) [29JN]                                Enact (see H.R. 1) [9JA]                                   ———strengthen protection of native biodiversity and
 Consideration of Senate Amendments to Conference                                                                          place restraints on clearcutting of forests (see H.R.
                                                          CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET ACT
   Report on H.R. 2491, Reconciliation of the Concur-                                                                      2407) [27SE]
                                                          Bills and resolutions
   rent Budget Resolution: Committee on Rules (House)                                                                  Endangered Species Act: enhance wildlife conservation
                                                            Budget: automatic adjustments of discretionary spend-
   (H. Res. 279) (H. Rept. 104–354) [18NO]                                                                                 and management and protect fishing, hunting and
                                                                ing limits and reduction of obligation limits (see
 Constitutional Amendment To Limit Congressional                                                                           trapping (see H.R. 2217) [4AU]
                                                                H.R. 700) [26JA]
   Terms: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.J.                                                                     Fish and fishing: require specific authorization for
                                                            ———extend and reduce discretionary spending limits
   Res. 2) (H. Rept. 104–67) [6MR]                                                                                         ocean harvesting operations (see H.R. 898) [10FE]
                                                                and extend pay-as-you-go requirements (see H.R.
 Dept. of Defense Appropriations: Committee of Con-                                                                    Forests: identification of high-fire-risk areas, cleanup
                                                                2459) [11OC]
   ference (H.R. 1530) (H. Rept. 104–406) [13DE]                                                                           of accumulated forest fuels, and development of
                                                            ———limit rate of growth (see H.R. 1110) [2MR]
 District of Columbia Expenditure and Appropriation                                                                        long-term fire prevention plan (see H.R. 596) [19JA]
                                                            Congress: establish a point of order against certain
   of Funds for Times When Congress Has Not Enacted                                                                    Land and Water Conservation Fund Act: amend rel-
                                                                continuing resolutions (see H.R. 2197) [4AU]
   a Budget: Committee on Government Reform and                                                                            ative to the National Park Service (see H.R. 2025)
   Oversight (House) (H.R. 2661) (H. Rept. 104–408)       CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET AND IMPOUND-
                                                                                                                           [12JY]
   [14DE]                                                       MENT CONTROL ACT
                                                                                                                       Natural resources: conservation, management, and ad-
 District of Columbia Financial Responsibility and Man-   Bills and resolutions
                                                                                                                           ministration of certain parks and forests (see H.R.
   agement Assistance Authority: Committee on Gov-          Budget: consideration of budget authority rescission
                                                                                                                           2067) [19JY]
   ernment Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 1345)             proposals (see H.R. 678) [25JA]
                                                                                                                       Pacific Fisheries Management Council: assess status
   (H. Rept. 104–96) [30MR]                               Bills and resolutions
                                                                                                                           of Pacific Coast Groundfish Plan (see H.R. 1417)
 Expedite Commencement of House Committee Hear-             Budget: use CBO economic assumptions to achieve
                                                                                                                           [5AP]
   ings: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 310)               a balanced Federal budget (see H.J. Res. 132)          Real estate: allow a credit against the estate tax for
   (H. Rept. 104–424) [18DE]                                    [18DE]                                                     transfers of certain property for conservation pur-
 Federal Reports Elimination and Sunset Act: Com-         CONGRESSIONAL RECORD                                             poses (see H.R. 522) [13JA]
   mittee on Government Reform and Oversight              Bills and resolutions                                        Taxation: exclusion of gross estate taxes of a decedent
   (House) (S. 790) (H. Rept. 104–327) [8NO]                House of Representatives: require payment from Mem-            relative to certain land subject to qualified conserva-
 House Gift Rules Reform: Committee on Rules                    bers’ official expense account relative to matter          tion easements (see H.R. 864, 2218) [8FE] [4AU]
   (House) (H. Res. 250) (H. Rept. 104–337) [14NO]              printed in the Extensions of Remarks (see H. Res.      ———incentives for the conservation of endangered
 House of Representatives Recesses Subject to the Call          18) [9JA]                                                  species (see H.R. 2286, 2364) [7SE] [19SE]
   of the Chair: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.        House Rules: treatment of expenses of special-order        ———income tax credit for property used to control
   320) (H. Rept. 104–432) [20DE]                               speeches (see H. Res. 263) [9NO]                           environmental pollution and for soil and water con-
 House of Representatives Reform: Committee on Rules      CONGRESSIONAL TASK FORCE ON IMMIGRA-                             servation expenditures (see H.R. 41) [9JA]
   (House) (H. Res. 215) (H. Rept. 104–240) [7SE]               TION REFORM                                            ———treatment of agricultural water conservation ex-
 House Rules Relative to Same-Day Consideration of        Bills and resolutions                                            penditures (see H.R. 1820) [13JN]
   Certain Resolutions: Committee on Rules (House)          Report: authorize printing (see H. Con. Res. 111)          ———treatment of conservation expenditures by elec-
   (H. Res. 260) (H. Rept. 104–330) [9NO]                       [26OC]                                                     tric and gas utilities (see H.R. 959) [15FE]

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                                                                                      INDEX                                                                            CONSUMERS

  Water: conservation and development of resources and           House of Representatives: ratification of constitutional       Executive departments: prevent encroachment into leg-
      Army Corps of Engineers river and harbor improve-              amendment to ensure equal rights relative to States’           islative powers or unconstitutional actions (see H.R.
      ment projects (see H.R. 929) [14FE]                            ratification (see H. Res. 39) [19JA]                           807) [2FE]
  ———reuse and recycling projects (see H.R. 1803,                Members of Congress: constitutional amendment rel-             ———prevent encroachment into legislative powers or
      1879) [8JN] [16JN]                                             ative to pay and pensions (see H.J. Res. 107) [20SE]           unconstitutional actions (H.R. 807), consideration
  Wetlands: conservation and management (see H.R.                ———constitutional amendment to limit terms (see                    (see H. Res. 111, 112) [9MR]
      1268, 1330) [21MR] [28MR]                                      H.J. Res. 2, 3, 5, 8, 12, 25, 29, 34, 38, 44, 52,          Firearms: protect and enforce the right to obtain and
  ———moratorium on certain policies relative to the                  65, 66, 73, 75, 76, 77, 91, 92) [9JA] [11JA] [26JA]            use firearms for security, self-defense, and other le-
      determination of wetlands status (see H.R. 1220)               [27JA] [2MR] [6MR] [8MR] [23MY] [24MY]                         gitimate purposes (see H.R. 2470) [11OC]
      [13MR]                                                     ———constitutional amendment to limit terms and to              House of Representatives: preserve constitutional role
  Wetlands Reserve Program: extend (see H.R. 67) [9JA]               increase the term of Representatives to 4 years (see           to originate revenue measures (see H. Res. 131)
Messages                                                             H.J. Res. 24) [9JA]                                            [5AP]
  National Environmental Policy Act: President Clinton           ———constitutional amendment to limit terms (H.J.               ———require that certain legislation be accompanied
      [6AP]                                                          Res. 2), consideration (see H. Res. 14) [9JA]                  by a statement of constitutional authority (see H.
CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS                                        ———constitutional amendment to limit terms (H.J.                   Res. 106) [6MR]
Bills and resolutions                                                                                                         Motions
                                                                     Res. 73), consideration (see H. Res. 116) [15MR]
  Abortion: constitutional amendment on right to life (see                                                                      House of Representatives: preserve constitutional role
                                                                 Prayer: constitutional amendment on voluntary school
      H.J. Res. 18, 23, 26, 72, 90) [9JA] [1MR] [23MY]                                                                              to originate revenue measures (H. Res. 131) [6AP]
  Appropriations: constitutional amendment on line-item              prayer (see H.J. Res. 10, 16, 19, 67, 94) [9JA]
                                                                     [3FE] [14JN]                                             CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES
      veto (see H.J. Res. 4, 6, 17, 43, 46, 47, 59) [9JA]
                                                                 President and Vice President: constitutional amendment       Bills and resolutions
      [19JA]                                                                                                                    Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of
  Budget: constitutional amendment to require balanced               on direct popular election (see H.J. Res. 36, 86,
                                                                     117) [9JA] [2MY] [7NO]                                         grounds for display of steel home building materials
      (see H.J. Res. 1, 7, 15, 20, 21, 22, 28, 31, 35,
                                                                 Presidents of the U.S.: constitutional amendment rel-              (see H. Con. Res. 85) [20JY]
      37, 45, 46, 49, 53, 55, 57, 58, 60, 62, 74) [9JA]                                                                         Davis-Bacon Act: revise (see H.R. 2472) [12OC]
      [11JA] [18JA] [19JA] [23JA] [3MR]                              ative to granting of pardons (see H.J. Res. 30) [9JA]
                                                                 ———repeal 22d amendment to the Constitution rel-               District of Columbia: confirm and enforce limitations
  ———constitutional amendment to require balanced
                                                                     ative to term restrictions (see H.J. Res. 68, 71, 81)          on the height of buildings and roof structures (see
      (H.J. Res. 1), consideration (see H. Res. 33, 44)
                                                                     [8FE] [1MR] [29MR]                                             H.R. 1324) [24MR]
      [11JA] [24JA]                                                                                                             Metric system: conversion requirements (see H.R.
  ———constitutional amendment to require two-thirds              Public debt: constitutional amendment to restrict annual
                                                                     deficits (see H.J. Res. 40) [9JA]                              2779) [14DE]
      vote of both Houses of Congress if outlays exceed                                                                         Taxation: allow credit for construction and renovation
      revenues (see H.J. Res. 9) [9JA]                           Schools: constitutional amendment to prohibit compul-
                                                                     sory attendance of students at public schools other            of nonresidential buildings in distressed areas (see
  ———treatment of Social Security under a constitu-
                                                                     than the one nearest their residence (see H.J. Res.            H.R. 1519) [7AP]
      tional amendment to require balanced (see H. Con.
                                                                     13) [9JA]                                                  ———inapplicability of the look-back method on con-
      Res. 17) [23JA]
                                                                 Taxation: constitutional amendment on retroactive tax-             struction contracts requiring the percentage of com-
  ———treatment of Social Security under a constitu-
                                                                     ation (see H.J. Res. 48) [9JA]                                 pletion accounting method (see H.R. 2722) [6DE]
      tional amendment to require balanced (H. Con. Res.
                                                                 Territories: constitutional amendment regarding presi-         ———requirements on the percentage of completion
      17), consideration (see H. Res. 44) [24JA]
                                                                     dential election voting rights for residents (see H.J.         accounting method for the manufacture of property
  Capital punishment: constitutional amendment to pro-
                                                                     Res. 42) [9JA]                                                 (see H.R. 235, 2208) [9JA] [4AU]
      hibit (see H.J. Res. 99) [30JN]
  Citizenship: constitutional amendment restricting citi-        Voting: constitutional amendment allowing the proposal         ———treatment of contributions in aid of construction
      zenship by virtue of birth in U.S. (see H.J. Res.              and enactment of laws by popular vote of the people            to a water or wastewater utility (see H.R. 957)
      56, 64, 87, 88, 93) [19JA] [26JA] [3MY] [17MY]                 (see H.J. Res. 11) [9JA]                                       [15FE]
      [25MY]                                                   Motions                                                        CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION
  Congress: constitutional amendment to require a three-         Budget: constitutional amendment to require balanced         Bills and resolutions
      fifths majority on the passage of legislation increas-         (H.J. Res. 1) [26JA]                                       Toys: ban realistic toy handguns (see H.R. 1622)
      ing revenue (see H.J. Res. 51, 106) [11JA] [2AU]           Flag—U.S.: constitutional amendment to prohibit dese-              [11MY]
  Courts: constitutional amendment to provide that Fed-              cration (H.J. Res. 79) [28JN]                            CONSUMER REPORTING REFORM ACT
      eral judges be reconfirmed by the Senate every 10        Reports filed                                                  Bills and resolutions
      years (see H.J. Res. 63) [24JA]                            Consideration of H. Con. Res. 17, Treatment of Social          Amend (see H.R. 561) [18JA]
  Elections: constitutional amendment relative to expend-            Security Under a Constitutional Amendment To Re-         CONSUMERS related term(s) CREDIT; PRODUCT SAFE-
      iture of money to elect public officials (see H.J.             quire a Balanced Budget: Committee on Rules                    TY; WARRANTIES
      Res. 32, 97) [9JA] [22JN]                                      (House) (H. Res. 44) (H. Rept. 104–4) [24JA]             Appointments
  ———constitutional amendment to give citizens the               Consideration of H.J. Res. 1, Constitutional Amend-            Conferees: H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal Standards
      right to enact and repeal legislation in a national            ment To Require a Balanced Budget: Committee                   Reform Act [9NO]
      election (see H.J. Res. 103) [26JY]                            on Rules (House) (H. Res. 44) (H. Rept. 104–4)           Bills and resolutions
  ———constitutional amendment to give citizens the                                                                              Agriculture: kiwifruit research and marketing (see H.R.
                                                                     [24JA]
      right to propose constitutional amendments by initia-                                                                         1486) [7AP]
                                                                 Consideration of H.J. Res. 73, Constitutional Amend-
      tive process (see H.J. Res. 104) [26JY]                                                                                   ———labeling of milk products relative to bovine
                                                                     ment to Limit Congressional Terms: Committee on
  ———constitutional amendment to give citizens the                                                                                  growth hormones, and development of residue test
                                                                     Rules (House) (H. Res. 116) (H. Rept. 104–82)
      right to recall elected officials (see H.J. Res. 105)                                                                         (see H.R. 2084, 2085) [20JY]
                                                                     [15MR]                                                     ———revise soybean promotion, research, and con-
      [26JY]                                                     Consideration of H.J. Res. 79, Constitutional Amend-
  ———constitutional amendment to regulate campaign                                                                                  sumer information programs (see H.R. 2577) [2NO]
                                                                     ment To Prohibit Desecration of the U.S. Flag: Com-        BLS: development and circulation of a monthly cost
      expenditures and contribution limits (see H.J. Res.            mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 173) (H. Rept.
      114) [18OC]                                                                                                                   of living index (see H. Con. Res. 130) [3JA]
                                                                     104–164) [27JN]                                            Business and industry: regulation of invention develop-
  English language: constitutional amendment to establish
                                                                 Constitutional Amendment To Limit Congressional                    ment services (see H.R. 2419) [28SE]
      as official language of U.S. (see H.J. Res. 109)
                                                                     Terms: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.J.            Consumer Price Index: calculation (see H.R. 815; H.
      [28SE]
                                                                     Res. 2) (H. Rept. 104–67) [6MR]                                Res. 45) [26JA] [3FE]
  Federal employees: constitutional amendment to limit
                                                                 Constitutional Amendment To Prohibit Desecration of            Courts: product liability reform (see H.R. 10, 917, 955,
      years of employment (see H.J. Res. 39) [9JA]
  Federal-State relations: constitutional amendment to bar           the U.S. Flag: Committee on the Judiciary (House)              956, 1075) [9JA] [13FE] [15FE] [28FE]
      unfunded Federal mandates to States and local gov-             (H.J. Res. 79) (H. Rept. 104–151) [22JN]                   ———product liability reform (H.R. 956), consider-
      ernments (see H.J. Res. 27, 54) [9JA] [13JA]               Constitutional Amendment To Require a Balanced                     ation (see H. Res. 108, 109) [7MR] [8MR]
  Firearms: constitutional amendment to clarify right to             Budget: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.J.           CPSC: ban realistic toy handguns (see H.R. 1622)
      keep and bear arms (see H.R. 2393; H.J. Res. 98)               Res. 1) (H. Rept. 104–3) [18JA]                                [11MY]
      [27JN] [25SE]                                            CONSTITUTION—U.S.                                                Credit: accuracy of consumer information maintained
  Flag—U.S.: constitutional amendment to prohibit dese-        Bills and resolutions                                                by credit reporting agencies (see H.R. 561) [18JA]
      cration (see H.J. Res. 14, 32, 41, 79) [9JA] [21MR]        Capitol Building and Grounds: authorize the                    ———define payment postmark date as payment date
  ———constitutional amendment to prohibit desecration                Newington-Cropsey Foundation to erect a monument               for purposes of grace periods (see H.R. 1537, 1963)
      (H.J. Res. 79), consideration (see H. Res. 173)                dedicated to the Bill of Rights (see H. Con. Res.              [2MY] [29JN]
      [27JN]                                                         114) [17NO]                                                ———disclosures by consumer reporting agencies to
  Freedom of religion: constitutional amendment on pro-          Congress: specify source of constitutional authority for           the FBI for counterintelligence purposes (see H.R.
      tection (see H.J. Res. 121, 127) [15NO] [28NO]                 the enactment of legislation (see H.R. 2270) [6SE]             68) [9JA]
  Government: constitutional amendment to limit terms            Elections: protect constitutional rights of citizens to        ———expand availability by lifting growth cap on
      for Members of Congress, and the President and                 choose Senators and Representatives (see H.R. 1104)            limited service financial institutions (see H.R. 1491)
      Vice President (see H.J. Res. 82) [29MR]                       [1MR]                                                          [7AP]

                                                                                         3297
CONSUMERS                                                                          INDEX
 ———require additional disclosures of the terms of             ———treatment of certain bargain sales (see H.R. 523)          pus for ROTC or military recruiting (see H.R. 142,
    rental-purchase agreements (see H.R. 2820) [20DE]              [13JA]                                                    1118) [9JA] [2MR]
 ———require lenders to post current interest rates             Telecommunications: promote competition and reduce          Davis-Bacon Act: repeal (see H.R. 500) [13JA]
    charged for various categories of loans to consumers           regulation (see H.R. 1555) [3MY]                        ———revise (see H.R. 2472) [12OC]
    (see H.R. 183) [9JA]                                       ———promote competition and reduce regulation                Defense industries: prohibit reimbursement of defense
 Credit cards: require additional disclosures of account           (H.R. 1555), consideration (see H. Res. 207) [1AU]        contractors for environmental response costs (see
    information and study industry competitiveness (see        ———protect facilities, devices, and networks from             H.R. 2227) [4AU]
    H.R. 1105) [1MR]                                               misuse (see H.R. 1004) [21FE]                           ———require that contractor consolidation cost sav-
 Crime: consumer fraud (see H.R. 1499) [7AP]                   Tickets: require disclosure of service and other charges      ings be used for employment retraining and job cre-
 Dept. of Commerce: establish a toll-free telephone                (see H.R. 857) [8FE]                                      ation activities (see H.R. 702) [26JA]
    number to assist consumers in identifying domesti-         Truth in Lending Act: clarify intent and reduce regu-       Dept. of Defense: increase opportunities for veterans
    cally-produced merchandise (see H.R. 447) [9JA]                latory burdens on creditors (see H.R. 1184) [9MR]         held as POW during the Vietnam era to participate
 Disasters: prevent overpricing of goods (see H.R. 976)        ———clarify regulations relative to mortgage fees and          in procurement activities (see H.R. 155) [9JA]
    [16FE]                                                         disclosure requirements (see H.R. 2399) [27SE]          ———increase opportunities for veterans with service-
 FDA: increase the voting consumer representation of           ———moratorium on certain class action lawsuits (see           connected disabilities to participate in procurement
    the Blood Products Advisory Committee (see H.R.                H.R. 1380) [3AP]                                          activities (see H.R. 137) [9JA]
    1021) [23FE]                                               Truth in Savings Act: repeal (see H.R. 337) [9JA]           ———reform acquisition procedures (see H.R. 1368)
 Financial institutions: credit card fees (see H.R. 1169)    Motions                                                         [30MR]
    [8MR]                                                      Courts: product liability reform (H.R. 956) [9MR]           Dept. of Energy: provide health benefits to former de-
 ———freeze on bank fees (see H.R. 1312) [23MR]                     [10MR] [9NO]                                              fense nuclear facility employees exposed to ionizing
 ———provide consumer protections (see H. Res. 110)             Government regulations: moratorium on regulatory
                                                                                                                             radiation (see H.R. 1903) [20JN]
    [9MR]                                                          rulemaking actions (H.R. 450) [24FE]                    Employment: require that work that requires licensing
                                                               Telecommunications: promote competition and reduce
 ———reform regulatory process and paperwork re-                                                                              be performed by a person who is so licensed (see
                                                                   regulation (H.R. 1555) [4AU]
    quirements (see H.R. 1362, 1858, 2158) [30MR]                                                                            H.R. 1722) [25MY]
                                                             Reports filed
    [15JN] [1AU]                                               Communications Act: Committee on Commerce                   Executive departments: prohibit agencies from entering
 ———regulate the retail sale of nondeposit investment                                                                        into certain service contracts relative to costs (see
                                                                   (House) (H.R. 1555) (H. Rept. 104–204) [24JY]
    products by insured depository institutions (see H.R.      Consideration of H.R. 450, Regulatory Transition Act:         H.R. 1411) [5AP]
    727) [30JA]                                                    Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 93) (H. Rept.       Federal contracts: require debarment for violation of
 ———require fee disclosures by operators of electronic             104–45) [22FE]                                            National Labor Relations Act provisions (see H.R.
    fund transfers (see H.R. 1246) [15MR]                      Consideration of H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal                 2724) [6DE]
 Government regulations: moratorium on regulatory                  Standards Reform Act: Committee on Rules (House)        ———require debarment for violation of Occupational
    rulemaking actions (see H.R. 450) [9JA]                        (H. Res. 108) (H. Rept. 104–69) [7MR]                     Safety and Health Act provisions (see H.R. 2725)
 ———moratorium on regulatory rulemaking actions                ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 109) (H.               [6DE]
    (H.R. 450), consideration (see H. Res. 93) [22FE]              Rept. 104–72) [8MR]                                     Federal employees: prohibit the contracting out of cer-
 ———moratorium on regulatory rulemaking actions (S.            Consideration of H.R. 1555, Communications Act:               tain duties (see H.R. 1410) [5AP]
    219), consideration (see H. Res. 148) [16MY]                   Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 207) (H. Rept.      Forest Service: use of stewardship contracting in dem-
 ———moratorium on regulatory rulemaking actions on                 104–223) [1AU]                                            onstration program to restore and maintain ecological
    small business (see H.R. 839) [6FE]                        Consideration of S. 219, Regulatory Transition Act:           integrity and productivity of forest ecosystems (see
 Health: accessibility of alternative treatments and medi-         Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 148) (H. Rept.        H.R. 1682) [18MY]
    cines (see H.R. 2019) [12JY]                                   104–122) [16MY]                                         Government: awarding of competitive contracts in ac-
 ———national policy to provide health care and re-             Financial Institutions Regulatory Process and Paper-          quiring and operating Federal motor vehicle fleets
    form insurance procedures (see H.R. 995, 996)                  work Requirements Reform: Committee on Banking            (see H.R. 1981) [30JN]
    [21FE]                                                         and Financial Services (House) (H.R. 1858) (H.          ———classification of employees and independent
 Information services: ensure competitive availability of          Rept. 104–193) [18JY]                                     contractors relative to Federal procurement contracts
    consumer electronics devices affording access to           Product Liability Reform: Committee on Commerce               (see H.R. 508, 509) [13JA]
    telecommunications services (see H.R. 1275) [21MR]             (House) (H.R. 10) (H. Rept. 104–50) [24FE]              ———procure from the private sector the goods and
 ———prevent unfair billing and charging practices for          ———Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 917)                   services necessary to operate and manage certain
    services provided over 800 line phone numbers (see             (H. Rept. 104–63) [1MR]                                   agencies (see H.R. 28) [9JA]
    H.R. 1559) [3MY]                                           Regulatory Transition Act: Committee on Government          ———standards and regulations for procurement con-
 Insurance: compliance by sellers and underwriters with            Reform and Oversight (House) (H.R. 450) (H. Rept.         tracts (see H.R. 1959) [29JN]
    State consumer protection requirements (see H.R.               104–39) [16FE]                                          ———status of Federal contractors that hire permanent
    1317) [24MR]                                             CONTINENTAL SHELF see OUTER CONTINENTAL                         replacements for striking employees (see H.R. 1176)
 ———establish health plan standards for treatment of               SHELF                                                     [8MR]
    enrollees and health care providers (see H.R. 2400)      CONTRACT WITH AMERICA TAX RELIEF ACT                          Government contracts: deadline for receipt of certain
    [27SE]                                                   Bills and resolutions                                           bids relative to delivery by overnight message serv-
 ———require written notification to property and cas-          Enact (see H.R. 1215) [13MR]                                  ice (see H.R. 331) [9JA]
    ualty applicants or policy-holders of refusal of           Enact (H.R. 1215): consideration (see H. Res. 128)          Kingman, AZ: water contract modifications (see H.R.
    issuance or renewal (see H.R. 1247) [15MR]                     [4AP]                                                     2251) [4AU]
 Investments: regulation and management of mutual            Motions                                                       Labor: simplify labor laws applicable to Federal con-
    funds (see H.R. 1495) [7AP]                                Enact (H.R. 1215) [5AP]                                       tracts (see H.R. 967) [15FE]
 LSC: prohibit recipients of grants or contracts from        Reports filed                                                 Lobbyists: prohibit recipients of awards, grants, and
    soliciting clients (see H.R. 1931) [27JN]                  Consideration of H.R. 1215, Provisions: Committee on          contracts from lobbying for their continuation (see
 Motor vehicles: dissemination of warranty and repair              Rules (House) (H. Res. 128) (H. Rept. 104–100)            H.R. 1130) [3MR]
    information by manufacturers (see H.R. 265) [9JA]              [4AP]                                                   Major League Baseball: application of antitrust laws
 ———improve impact standards for bumpers (see H.R.             Provisions: Committee on Ways and Means (House)               relative to certain television contracts (see H.R. 105)
    1928) [27JN]                                                   (H.R. 1215) (H. Rept. 104–84) [21MR]                      [9JA]
 Natural gas: enhance safety, training, research, and de-    CONTRACTS                                                     National Park Service: reform concessions policies (see
    velopment in the propane gas industry (see H.R.          Appointments                                                    H.R. 773, 2028) [1FE] [13JY]
    1514) [7AP]                                                Conferees: S. 895, Small Business Lending Enhance-          OMB: report number of individuals employed by non-
 Petroleum: consumer information on octane ratings and             ment Act [12SE]                                           Federal entities providing Government services (see
    requirements (see H.R. 546) [17JA]                       Bills and resolutions                                           H.R. 1412) [5AP]
 Postal Service: prevent disclosure of names or address-       Agriculture: ensure contract sanctity (see H.R. 2557)       Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency: implement
    es of postal patrons (see H.R. 434) [9JA]                      [30OC]                                                    basin management plan to eliminate groundwater
 Pricing: retail pricing of consumer commodities (see          Business and industry: require profit-sharing plans for       overdraft and seawater intrusion (see H.R. 2549)
    H.R. 171) [9JA]                                                the provision of Federal contracts or subsidies (see      [26OC]
 Social Security: treatment of long-term health care in-           H.R. 2705) [5DE]                                        Procurement: revise and streamline Federal acquisition
    surance (see H.R. 1013, 2571) [22FE] [1NO]                 CERCLA: require Corps of Engineers performance of             laws (see H.R. 1038, 1388, 1670, 1795) [24FE]
 Taxation: assessment of retail dealer occupational taxes          contract oversight of remedial actions (see H.R.          [4AP] [18MY] [8JN]
    (see H.R. 302) [9JA]                                           2801) [18DE]                                            ———revise and streamline Federal acquisition laws
 ———assessment of retail dealer occupational taxes             Civil rights: ensure equal opportunity in employment,         (H.R. 1670), consideration (see H. Res. 219) [12SE]
    (H.R. 302), consideration (see H. Res. 246) [26OC]             education, and contracting (see H.R. 1840) [14JN]       Public buildings: permit State and local governments
 ———domestic investment tax credit (see H.R. 392)              Colleges and universities: prohibit Federal grants or         to lease or sell Federal-aid facilities without repay-
    [9JA]                                                          contracts to institutions that prevent access to cam-     ment of Federal grants (see H.R. 1907) [21JN]

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                                                                                    INDEX                                                                        CORPORATIONS

  Service Contract Act: repeal (see H.R. 246) [9JA]           Reports filed                                                   Provisions: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R.
  Small business: reduce costs of Government loan guar-         Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Amendment To                  535) (H. Rept. 104–34) [15FE]
      antees (see H.R. 2150) [1AU]                                  Provide for the Buyback of Common Stock of Cook         CORPORATE AND FARM INDEPENDENCE COM-
  Taxation: determination of employment status of indi-             Inlet Region, Inc.: Committee on Resources (House)            MISSION
      viduals as employees or independent contractors (see          (H.R. 421) (H. Rept. 104–40) [21FE]                     Bills and resolutions
      H.R. 582) [19JA]                                        COOLEY, WES (a Representative from Oregon)                      Establish (see H.R. 2755) [11DE]
  ———inapplicability of the look-back method on con-          Bills and resolutions introduced by                           CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC BROADCASTING
      struction contracts requiring the percentage of com-      David J. Wheeler Federal Building, Baker City, OR:          Bills and resolutions
      pletion accounting method (see H.R. 2722) [6DE]               designate (see H.R. 2061) [19JY]
  ———provide an investment tax credit to assist de-                                                                           American Cultural Trust Fund: establish (see H.R.
                                                                EPA: exempt certain small landfills from ground water
      fense contractors converting to nondefense operations                                                                       1520) [7AP]
                                                                    monitoring requirements (see H.R. 1696) [24MY]
      (see H.R. 1518) [7AP]                                                                                                   Statutory authority: repeal (see H.R. 208) [9JA]
                                                                FERC: extension of deadline for construction of hydro-
  ———treatment of accelerated death benefits under                                                                          Messages
                                                                    electric project in Oregon (see H.R. 1290) [22MR]
      life insurance contracts (see H.R. 99) [9JA]              Hells Canyon National Recreation Area: management             Report: President Clinton [28JN] [10JY]
  Tax-exempt organizations: authorize receipt of Federal            of river craft (see H.R. 2568) [1NO]                    CORPORATIONS related term(s) BUSINESS AND IN-
      loans, grants, or contracts to organizations engaging     Hells Canyon Wilderness Area: modify boundaries (see             DUSTRY
      in lobbying activities (see H.R. 2785) [15DE]                 H.R. 2693) [30NO]                                       Bills and resolutions
  Telecommunications: industry procurement from busi-           Irrigation: establish boundaries for irrigation districts     Airlines: percentage of voting interests of air carriers
      nesses owned by minorities and women (see H.R.                within the Umatilla Basin, OR (see H.R. 2392)                 required to be owned or controlled by U.S. citizens
      503) [13JA]                                                   [21SE]                                                        (see H.R. 951) [15FE]
Conference reports                                              National forests: renewal process for livestock grazing       Business and industry: establish minimum standards
  Small Business Lending Enhancement Act (S. 895)                   leases (see H.R. 1375) [3AP]                                  of fair conduct in franchise sales and business rela-
      [28SE]                                                    Oregon: continuation of certain commercial activities             tionships (see H.R. 1717) [25MY]
Motions                                                             at the Red’s Horse Ranch area of the Eagle Cap            ———establishment of foreign manufacturing subsidi-
  Small business: redesign small business programs on               Wilderness, Wallowa, and Whitman National Forests             aries by domestic corporations (see H.R. 389) [9JA]
      loan guarantees, counseling and management, and               (see H.R. 1697) [24MY]                                    Taxation: allow certain corporations and trusts to be
      Government contracting (S. 895) [12SE]                    Public lands: domestic livestock grazing fees (see H.R.           shareholders of subchapter S corporations (see H.R.
Reports filed                                                       1713) [25MY]                                                  92) [9JA]
  Consideration of H.R. 1670, Federal Acquisition Re-           Sumpter, OR: convey certain lands (see H.R. 1581)             ———allow corporations to elect the pooling method
      form Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.                 [9MY]                                                         for determining foreign tax credits (see H.R. 2355)
      219) (H. Rept. 104–244) [12SE]                          COPYRIGHTS related term(s) PATENTS
  Revise and Streamline Federal Procurement and Acqui-                                                                            [19SE]
                                                              Bills and resolutions                                           ———application of corporate income tax to Govern-
      sition Laws: Committee on Government Reform and           China, People’s Republic of: protection of intellectual
      Oversight (House) (H.R. 1670) (H. Rept. 104–222)                                                                            ment-sponsored enterprises (see H.R. 943, 1054)
                                                                    property rights (see H. Res. 50) [30JA]                       [14FE] [24FE]
      [1AU]                                                     Computers: permit lawful possessors of a copy of a
  Small Business Credit Efficiency Act: Committee on                                                                          ———capital gains rate on stock of certain domestic
                                                                    computer program to authorize additional copies               corporations (see H.R. 512) [13JA]
      Small Business (House) (H.R. 2150) (H. Rept. 104–             under certain circumstances (see H.R. 533) [17JA]
      238) [6SE]                                                                                                              ———capital gains rates (see H.R. 1042, 1322) [24FE]
                                                                House Rules: treat copyright royalties as honoraria (see
  Small Business Lending Enhancement Act: Committee                                                                               [24MR]
                                                                    H. Res. 20) [9JA]                                         ———capital gains rates and indexing of certain assets
      of Conference (S. 895) (H. Rept. 104–269) [28SE]          Information services: adapt copyright laws to digital
  Status of Federal Contractors That Hire Permanent Re-                                                                           (see H.R. 213, 537, 646) [9JA] [17JA] [24JA]
                                                                    networked environments of the National Information
      placements for Striking Employees: Committee on                                                                         ———capital gains rates for investments in small busi-
                                                                    Infrastructure (see H.R. 2441) [29SE]
      Economic and Educational Opportunities (House)            Motion pictures: identification of author for purposes            nesses (see H.R. 2095) [21JY]
      (H.R. 1176) (H. Rept. 104–163) [27JN]                         of noneconomic interests (see H.R. 1244) [15MR]           ———characterization of certain redemption of stock
CONYERS, JOHN, JR. (a Representative from Michi-                ———require disclosures of materially altered films                held by corporations (see H.R. 1551) [3MY]
      gan)                                                          (see H.R. 1248) [15MR]                                    ———corporate financial incentives for small busi-
Appointments                                                    Music: licensing (see H.R. 789) [1FE]                             nesses operating in urban enterprise zones (see H.R.
  Conferee: H.R. 4, Personal Responsibility Act [29SE]          Patents: restore the proper term of patent protection             1072) [28FE]
  ———H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal Standards Re-                     (see H.R. 359) [9JA]                                      ———election of taxable fiscal year for partnerships
      form Act [9NO]                                            Public documents: prohibit Federal and State courts               and S corporations (see H.R. 1661) [17MY]
  ———H.R. 1058, Securities Litigation Reform Act                    or agencies from requiring that legal citations in        ———impose a minimum tax on certain foreign and
      [24OC]                                                        which copyright subsists be the only acceptable sub-          foreign-controlled corporations (see H.R. 2166)
  ———H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations                     mission (see H.R. 1584, 1822) [9MY] [13JN]                    [2AU]
      [21SE]                                                    Sound recording and reproducing: copyright laws rel-          ———limitation on the deductibility of capital losses
  ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent                    ative to the public performance of sound recordings           (see H.R. 233) [9JA]
      budget resolution [30OC]                                      by means of digital transmission (see H.R. 1506)          ———make S corporations eligible for rules applicable
  ———H.R. 2539, Interstate Commerce Commission
                                                                    [7AP]                                                         to real property subdivided for sale by noncorporate
      Termination Act [30NO]                                    Television: public performance copyright restrictions on
  ———S. 652, Telecommunications Competition and                                                                                   taxpayers (see H.R. 1213, 2287) [10MR] [7SE]
                                                                    professional sports programs viewing at places of         ———minimum tax on corporations importing prod-
      Deregulation Act [12OC]
Bills and resolutions introduced by                                 public accommodation (see H.R. 935) [14FE]                    ucts at artificially inflated prices (see H.R. 88) [9JA]
  African Americans: acknowledge the injustice and in-          Terms: duration of protection (see H.R. 989) [16FE]           ———modify certain rules relating to subchapter S
                                                                Trademarks: protection against dilution (see H.R. 1295)           corporations (see H.R. 2383) [21SE]
      humanity of slavery, examine current impact of slav-
                                                                    [22MR]                                                    ———permanent extension of the transition rule for
      ery and discrimination, and recommend remedies
                                                                ———registration and protection (see H.R. 1270)                    certain publicly traded partnerships (see H.R. 1686)
      (see H.R. 891) [10FE]
                                                                    [21MR]                                                        [23MY]
  Courts: supersede the modification of final judgment
                                                              Reports filed
      in U.S. v. Western Electric (see H.R. 1641) [16MY]        Copyright Laws Relative to the Public Performance             ———qualification and eligibility requirements for S
  Housing: public housing construction and revitalization                                                                         corporations and shareholders (see H.R. 2039)
                                                                    of Sound Recordings by Means of Digital Trans-
      (see H.R. 1613) [11MY]                                                                                                      [13JY]
  Major League Baseball: application of antitrust laws              mission: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.
                                                                                                                              ———reduce rates and carryover basis of inherited
      (see H.R. 45) [9JA]                                           1506) (H. Rept. 104–274) [11OC]
                                                                Registration and Protection of Copyrights and Trade-              property (see H.R. 538) [17JA]
  Members of Congress: stoppage of payment during                                                                             ———retain alternative minimum tax (see H. Con.
      Government shutdown (see H.R. 2658) [17NO]                    marks: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.
                                                                    1295) (H. Rept. 104–374) [30NO]                               Res. 110) [25OC]
Motions offered by                                                                                                            ———treatment of capital gains and losses on the
  Budget: constitutional amendment to require balanced        CORINTH, MS
                                                              Bills and resolutions                                               sale of a principal residence (see H.R. 56) [9JA]
      (H.J. Res. 1) [26JA]
                                                                History: establish interpretive center at Civil War Bat-      ———treatment of certain subsidies relative to energy
  Courts: product liability reform (H.R. 956) [9NO]
  ———reform civil justice system (H.R. 988) [7MR]                   tlefield (see H.R. 1548) [2MY]                                and natural resources (see H.R. 2315) [12SE]
  Crime: incarceration of violent criminals (H.R. 667)        CORNING NATIONAL FISH HATCHERY CON-                             ———treatment of corporations (see H.R. 1629, 2534)
      [10FE]                                                        VEYANCE ACT                                                   [12MY] [25OC]
  Law enforcement: provide block grants (H.R. 728)            Bills and resolutions                                           ———treatment of corporations, earned income, estate
      [14FE]                                                    Enact (H.R. 535): consideration (see H. Res. 144)                 and gift taxes, and liability for prior taxable years
COOK INLET REGION, INC.                                             [11MY]                                                        (see H.R. 214) [9JA]
Bills and resolutions                                         Reports filed                                                   ———treatment of dividends paid by domestic cor-
  Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act: amend to pro-            Consideration of H.R. 535, Provisions: Committee on               porations (see H.R. 232) [9JA]
      vide for the buyback of common stock of Cook                  Rules (House) (H. Res. 144) (H. Rept. 104–116)            ———treatment of family-owned businesses relative
      Inlet Region, Inc. (see H.R. 421) [9JA]                       [11MY]                                                        to estate tax (see H.R. 2190) [3AU]

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  ———treatment of tenant-stockholders in cooperative                ———facilitate the apprehension, detention, and depor-        Arbitration: authorize voluntary alternative dispute res-
      housing corporations (see H.R. 737, 1190, 1546)                   tation of criminal aliens (H.R. 668), consideration        olutions systems (see H.R. 1443) [6AP]
      [30JA] [9MR] [2MY]                                                (see H. Res. 69) [9FE]                                   Armed Forces: allow liability claims resulting from
CORPS OF ENGINEERS related term(s) DEPARTMENT                       ———revise Dept. of Justice authority to parole aliens          medical malpractice (see H.R. 2524) [24OC]
      OF DEFENSE                                                        into the U.S. (see H.R. 1597) [9MY]                      ———prohibit accrual of pay and allowances to mem-
Bills and resolutions                                               Law enforcement: early release of prisoners upon com-          bers confined pending dishonorable dismissal charges
  Brunswick County, NC: environmental restoration                       pletion of drug treatment program (see H.R. 2650)          (see H.R. 585) [19JA]
      project in the eastern channel of the Lockwoods                   [16NO]                                                   ———provide for the jurisdiction, apprehension, and
      Folly River (see H.R. 1393) [4AP]                             Lorton Correctional Complex: transfer control to the           detention of members and certain civilians accom-
  CERCLA: require Corps of Engineers performance of                     Bureau of Prisons (see H.R. 461) [9JA]                     panying the Armed Forces abroad (see H.R. 808)
      contract oversight of remedial actions (see H.R.              Safety: establish surrounding zones in which certain           [2FE]
      2801) [18DE]                                                      waste disposal facilities may not be permitted (see      Bankruptcy: appointment of judges (see H.R. 2604)
  Indiana: watershed management plan for Lake George                    H.R. 423) [9JA]                                            [9NO]
      area (see H.R. 1107) [1MR]                                    SSI: restriction on benefits to prisoners (see H.R. 2320)    ———debts relative to death or injury caused by debt-
  Missouri River: control of water relative to navigation               [13SE]                                                     or’s operation of watercraft while intoxicated (see
      and flood control (see H.R. 1351) [29MR]                      Veterans: restrict clothing allowance payments for in-         H.R. 234) [9JA]
  ———equity in economic benefits and recreational                       carcerated veterans and assess disability benefits to    Bruce R. Thompson U.S. Courthouse and Federal
      usage among bordering States (see H.R. 1260)                      veterans in nursing homes (see H.R. 2155) [1AU]            Building, Reno, NV: designate (see H.R. 395) [9JA]
                                                                  Motions                                                        Business and industry: voluntary environmental self-
      [16MR]
                                                                    Crime: incarceration of violent criminals (H.R. 667)           evaluations (see H.R. 1047) [24FE]
  Natchez, MS: stabilize bluffs along Mississippi River
                                                                        [9FE] [10FE]                                             Capital punishment: clarify method of execution for
      (see H.R. 880) [9FE]                                        Reports filed
  Nebraska: Lost Creek flood control project costs rel-                                                                            Federal prisoners (see H.R. 2359) [19SE]
                                                                    Apprehension, Detention, and Deportation of Criminal         ———constitutional amendment to prohibit (see H.J.
      ative to judgment funds (see H.R. 1071) [28FE]                    Aliens: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.
  North Bonneville, WA: conveyance of land by Corps                                                                                Res. 99) [30JN]
                                                                        668) (H. Rept. 104–22) [6FE]                             ———establish effective procedures (see H.R. 729)
      of Engineers (see H.R. 1340) [28MR]                           Consideration of H.R. 667, Incarceration of Violent
  Ohio: technical assistance for the planning of a regional                                                                        [30JA]
                                                                        Criminals: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.           ———funding for death penalty resource centers (see
      water authority in northeastern Ohio (see H.R. 457)               63) (H. Rept. 104–25) [8FE]
      [9JA]                                                                                                                        H.R. 1984) [30JN]
                                                                    Consideration of H.R. 668, Apprehension, Detention,          ———include multiple deaths as an aggravating factor
  Washington: operation and maintenance of Grays Har-                   and Deportation of Criminal Aliens: Committee on
      bor and Chehalis River navigation projects (see H.R.                                                                         in determination of sentencing (see H.R. 1811) [9JN]
                                                                        Rules (House) (H. Res. 69) (H. Rept. 104–26) [9FE]       ———modify penalty for drug kingpins (see H.R. 147)
      1086) [28FE]                                                  Criminal Penalties for Escaping From Federal Prison:
  Waterways: prohibit water control policy modifications                                                                           [9JA]
                                                                        Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 1533)           CERCLA: abatement and liability of hazardous sub-
      that would interfere with the use of navigation chan-             (H. Rept. 104–392) [11DE]
      nels (see H.R. 1294) [22MR]                                                                                                  stances relative to State and Federal solid waste dis-
                                                                    Incarceration of Violent Criminals: Committee on the
  ———require construction and operation of a jetty                                                                                 posal laws (see H.R. 521) [13JA]
                                                                        Judiciary (House) (H.R. 667) (H. Rept. 104–21)
      and sand transfer system by the Corps of Engineers                                                                         ———clarify appropriate inquiry into previous owner-
                                                                        [6FE]
      (see H.R. 758) [31JA]                                                                                                        ship and uses of real property to qualify for the
                                                                  COST OF LIVING see ECONOMY; INCOME                               innocent landowner defense (see H.R. 1285) [21MR]
CORPUS CHRISTI, TX                                                COSTELLO, JERRY F. (a Representative from Illi-                ———clarify liability for certain recycling transactions
Bills and resolutions                                                   nois)                                                      (see H.R. 820, 2210) [3FE] [4AU]
  Texas: purchase of Bureau of Reclamation water sup-             Appointments                                                   ———clarify liability for lending institutions holding
      ply projects (see H.R. 2609) [9NO]                            Conferee: H. Con. Res. 67, setting forth the Federal
                                                                                                                                   title to properties discovered to be contaminated (see
CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS                                               budget for 1996–2002 [8JN]
                                                                                                                                   H.R. 914) [13FE]
Bills and resolutions                                             Bills and resolutions introduced by
                                                                                                                                 ———clarify provisions on liability and funding (see
  Capital punishment: clarify method of execution for               Elections: campaign ethics reform and contribution lim-
                                                                                                                                   H.R. 2256) [4AU]
      Federal prisoners (see H.R. 2359) [19SE]                          its (see H.R. 1427) [6AP]
                                                                    Employment: require employers to notify workers be-          ———liability allocation process among potentially re-
  ———establish penalty relative to murders of State                                                                                sponsible parties (see H.R. 1616) [11MY]
      and local correctional officers by prisoners (see H.R.            fore health care or retirement benefits are terminated
                                                                                                                                 ———liability restrictions for generation or transpor-
      154) [9JA]                                                        (see H.R. 1305) [23MR]
                                                                    FERC: extension of deadline for construction of hydro-         tation of solid waste (see H.R. 854, 855) [7FE]
  Community service: permit prisoners to participate in                                                                          Child support: enforcement of obligations by requiring
      projects (see H.R. 2360) [19SE]                                   electric project in Illinois (see H.R. 2630) [14NO]
                                                                    Taxation: nonrecognition of gain on conversion of              the use of liens against property of persons owing
  Courts: judicial remedies regarding prison conditions                                                                            overdue support (see H.R. 1029) [23FE]
      (see H.R. 554, 695, 2488) [18JA] [26JA] [17OC]                    long-term property through exercise of eminent do-
                                                                        main (see H.R. 928) [14FE]                               Children and youth: evaluate the effectiveness of the
  ———reform process for lawsuits relative to prison                                                                                juvenile justice system (see H.R. 1829) [13JN]
      conditions and treatment (see H.R. 2468) [11OC]               ———treatment of rollover gain from the sale of farm
                                                                        assets into an individual retirement account (see H.R.   Civil assets forfeiture: reform (see H.R. 1916) [22JN]
  Crime: Federal reimbursement to State and local gov-                                                                           Civil courts: attorneys’ fees relative to tort actions (see
      ernments for the cost of incarcerating aliens (see                844) [7FE]
                                                                  COURIER SERVICE (vessel)                                         H.R. 93) [9JA]
      H.R. 205) [9JA]                                                                                                            ———inclusion of attorney’s fees as part of the cost
  ———incarceration of violent criminals (see H.R. 667)            Bills and resolutions
                                                                    Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 2719) [5DE]             to prevailing defendants in Federal civil actions (see
      [25JA]                                                                                                                       H.R. 64) [9JA]
  ———incarceration of violent criminals (H.R. 667),               COURTS related term(s) CRIME; LAW ENFORCEMENT;
                                                                        LAWYERS AND ATTORNEYS; SUPREME COURT                     ———limit the award of liquidated damages to em-
      consideration (see H. Res. 63) [8FE]                                                                                         ployees of States and political subdivisions (see H.R.
  ———increase juvenile criminal penalties and improve             Appointments
                                                                    Conferees: H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal Standards              1505) [7AP]
      youth correctional facilities (see H.R. 600) [20JA]                                                                        ———reform civil justice system (see H.R. 988)
                                                                        Reform Act [9NO]
  ———penalties for escaping from Federal prison (see                                                                               [16FE]
                                                                    ———H.R. 1058, Securities Litigation Reform Act
      H.R. 1533) [2MY]                                                                                                           ———reform civil justice system (H.R. 988), consider-
                                                                        [24OC]
  ———prevent luxurious prison conditions (see H.R.                  ———H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and                 ation (see H. Res. 104) [3MR]
      663) [24JA]                                                       State and the Judiciary appropriations [18OC]            Civil liberties: protect constitutional rights relative to
  Dept. of Defense: conversion of certain military instal-        Bills and resolutions                                            Federal counterterrorism activities (see H.R. 1738)
      lations into correctional facilities for youthful offend-     Administrative law judiciary: reorganize (see H.R.             [25MY]
      ers (see H.R. 472) [11JA]                                         1802) [8JN]                                              Civil rights: affirmative action policies (see H.R. 1764,
  Employment: pilot program on feasibility of Federal               AIDS: criminal penalties relative to intentional trans-        2128) [7JN] [27JY]
      prisoner employment (see H.R. 2553) [26OC]                        mission (see H.R. 630) [23JA]                            ———prohibit discrimination on the basis of affec-
  Fair Labor Standards Act: exemption for inmates in                Albert V. Bryan U.S. Courthouse, Alexandria, VA: des-          tional or sexual orientation (see H.R. 382, 1863)
      certain programs (see H.R. 868) [8FE]                             ignate (see H.R. 2305) [12SE]                              [9JA] [15JN]
  Federal prisoners: prevent from engaging in activities            Aliens: treatment of criminal aliens (see H.R. 592)          Civil Rights Act: applications (see H.R. 658) [24JA]
      to increase their strength or fighting abilities (see             [19JA]                                                   Claims: establish uniform standard for the resolution
      H.R. 515) [13JA]                                              Antitrust policy: supersede modification of final judg-        of medical malpractice claims (see H.R. 352) [9JA]
  Health: privatization of health care services (see H.R.               ment of U.S. v. Western Electric and regulate the        Coins: mint coins in commeroration of Thurgood Mar-
      1810) [8JN]                                                       manufacturing of Bell operating companies (see H.R.        shall (see H.R. 79) [9JA]
  Immigration: adjust status for certain Polish and Hun-                411) [9JA]                                               Congress: final approval of all executive branch agency
      garian parolees (see H.R. 2436) [29SE]                        ———supersede the modification of final judgment                promulgated regulations (see H.R. 2727) [6DE]
  ———facilitate the apprehension, detention, and depor-                 in U.S. v. Western Electric (see H.R. 1528, 1641)        ———specify source of constitutional authority for the
      tation of criminal aliens (see H.R. 668) [25JA]                   [2MY] [16MY]                                               enactment of legislation (see H.R. 2270) [6SE]

                                                                                            3300
                                                                              INDEX                                                                                    COURTS

Constitutional amendments: provide that Federal judges   ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), consid-            Government: applicability of criminal laws pertaining
  be reconfirmed by the Senate every 10 years (see         eration of conference report (see H. Res. 289) [5DE]           to fraud or false statements to all branches of Gov-
  H.J. Res. 63) [24JA]                                   Diseases: payments to individuals with blood-clotting            ernment (see H.R. 1678) [18MY]
Correctional institutions: judicial remedies regarding     disorders who contracted human immunodeficiency             ———commencement dates of certain temporary Fed-
  prison conditions (see H.R. 554, 695, 2488) [18JA]       virus due to contaminated blood products (see H.R.             eral judgeships (see H.R. 2361) [19SE]
  [26JA] [17OC]                                            1023) [23FE]                                                ———reform disclosure of lobbying activities to influ-
———reform process for lawsuits relative to prison        District courts: temporary judgeships (see H.R. 2294)            ence the Federal Government (see H.R. 2268, 2564)
  conditions and treatment (see H.R. 2468) [11OC]          [8SE]                                                          [6SE] [31OC]
Court reporters: exempt State and local employees from   District of Columbia: reorganization of courts (see H.R.      ———reform disclosure of lobbying activities to influ-
  certain Federal compensatory time requirements (see      2103) [24JY]                                                   ence the Federal Government (H.R. 2564), consider-
  H.R. 1225) [14MR]                                      Drugs: denial of certain Federal benefits upon convic-           ation (see H. Res. 269) [15NO]
Crime: antiracketeering laws (see H.R. 230) [9JA]          tion of certain drug offenses (see H.R. 141) [9JA]          ———reform disclosure of lobbying activities to influ-
———civil and criminal forfeitures for certain offenses   ———eliminate certain mandatory minimum penalties                 ence the Federal Government (S. 1060), technical
  (see H.R. 320) [9JA]                                     for crack cocaine offenses (see H.R. 1264, 2063)               corrections (see H. Con. Res. 116) [29NO]
———clerical and technical corrections to criminal          [16MR] [19JY]                                               Government regulations: modify the judicial review of
  justice system (see H.R. 2538) [26OC]                  ———treatment of sentences relative to powdered co-               regulatory flexibility analyses (see H.R. 937) [14FE]
———consumer fraud (see H.R. 1499) [7AP]                    caine (see H.R. 2598) [8NO]                                 Grand juries: reduce size (see H.R. 2183) [3AU]
———deny annuity benefits to Members of Congress          Education: release of student records to State and coun-      Health: liability of raw material and component sup-
  and terminate salary of justices or judges convicted     ty prosecutors (see H.R. 2398) [27SE]                          pliers to medical device manufacturers (see H.R.
  of felonies (see H.R. 350) [9JA]                       Elections: prohibit intentional creation of legislative          753) [31JA]
———disapprove sentencing guideline amendments on           districts based on race, color, or language (see H.R.       ———medical malpractice liability claim requirements
  cocaine base and money laundering (see H.R. 2073)        1096) [1MR]                                                    (see H.R. 229, 1195) [9JA] [9MR]
  [19JY]                                                 Employment: equalize remedies available to victims            House Rules: prohibit legislation designating buildings
———distribute to community-based organizations in-         of intentional discrimination (see H.R. 96) [9JA]              or structures in honor of Members of Congress, Fed-
  formation on the prevention of youth violence and      ———notification to employers of convicted persons                eral judges, of executive branch officers until 5 years
  crime (see H.R. 2818) [20DE]                             relative to drug offenses (see H.R. 138) [9JA]                 after their retirement (see H. Res. 199) [21JY]
———establish a task force to recommend a uniform         ———protect elected and appointed judges against dis-          Howard H. Baker, Jr., U.S. Courthouse, Knoxville, TN:
  strategy to protect women against violent crime (see     crimination based on age (see H.R. 1571) [3MY]                 designate (see H.R. 2547) [26OC]
  H.R. 144) [9JA]                                        ERISA: allow victims of child abuse to collect mone-          Immigration: facilitate the apprehension, detention, and
———establish commission relative to crime control          tary awards from an abuser’s pension (see H.R.                 deportation of criminal aliens (see H.R. 668) [25JA]
  and a national firearms policy (see H.R. 385) [9JA]      2140) [28JY]                                                ———facilitate the apprehension, detention, and depor-
———false identification documents (see H.R. 399,         ———litigation relative to termination or reduction of
                                                                                                                          tation of criminal aliens (H.R. 668), consideration
  1552) [9JA] [3MY]                                        retiree health benefits (see H.R. 1293) [22MR]
                                                                                                                          (see H. Res. 69) [9FE]
                                                         Evidence: limit the application of the exclusionary rule
———incarceration of violent criminals (see H.R. 667)                                                                   Income: repeal requirements on adjustments to judicial
                                                           (see H.R. 666) [25JA]
  [25JA]                                                                                                                  salaries (see H.R. 2701) [30NO]
                                                         ———limit the application of the exclusionary rule
———incarceration of violent criminals (H.R. 667),                                                                      International relations: extraterritorial jurisdiction of the
                                                           (H.R. 666), consideration (see H. Res. 61) [6FE]
  consideration (see H. Res. 63) [8FE]                                                                                    U.S. over nuclear terrorism (see H.R. 730) [30JA]
                                                         Explosives: regulation (see H.R. 43) [9JA]
———include peonage and slavery offenses as RICO                                                                        Investments: ensure safeguards (see H.R. 675) [25JA]
                                                         Families and domestic relations: child support enforce-
  predicates (see H.R. 305) [9JA]                                                                                      ———reform conduct of private securities litigation
                                                           ment (see H.R. 2269) [6SE]
———increase juvenile criminal penalties and improve                                                                       (see H.R. 555) [18JA]
                                                         ———children’s rights (see H.R. 278) [9JA]
  youth correctional facilities (see H.R. 600) [20JA]    ———denial of passports to noncustodial parents rel-           James L. Foreman U.S. Courthouse, Benton, IL: des-
———increase penalties for armed violent criminals          ative to nonpayment of child support (see H.R. 993)            ignate (see H.R. 2689) [29NO]
  (see H.R. 1488) [7AP]                                    [21FE]                                                      Judges: treatment of certain transportation and subsist-
———increase speedy trial time limits (see H.R. 2453)     ———interstate enforcement of child support and par-              ence expenses of retired judges (see H.R. 816) [3FE]
  [10OC]                                                   entage court orders (see H.R. 95) [9JA]                     Judicial branch: random drug testing of officers and
———mandatory sentences relative to violent felonies      Federal courts: improve operation and administration             employees (see H.R. 160) [9JA]
  committed against senior citizens (see H.R. 146)         (see H.R. 1989) [30JN]                                      Juries: prevent jury tampering (see H.R. 1145) [7MR]
  [9JA]                                                  ———modify jurisdiction relative to abortion (see              Law Abiding Citizens Safety Act: enact (see H.R. 322)
———mandatory victim restitution (H.R. 665), consid-        H.R. 1624, 1958) [12MY] [29JN]                                 [9JA]
  eration (see H. Res. 60) [6FE]                         Federal employees: eliminate exemptions of civil serv-        Law enforcement officers: promote equity and fairness
———minimum mandatory sentencing (see H.R. 437)             ice requirements for judicial or legislative branch            in lawsuits brought against State and local officers
  [9JA]                                                    employees involuntarily separated from their jobs              (see H.R. 1446) [6AP]
———national policy to control crime and reform             (see H.R. 913) [13FE]                                       Lawyers and attorneys: prohibit State discrimination
  court procedures (see H.R. 3, 920) [9JA] [13FE]        ———protection of congressional staff (see H.R. 628)              against lawyers on basis of graduation from accred-
———penalties for health care fraud (see H.R. 2151,         [23JA]                                                         ited and certified law schools (see H.R. 610) [20JA]
  2408) [1AU] [27SE]                                     Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: restore stenographic        Lobbyists: reform disclosure of lobbying activities to
———penalties for taking a firearm from a Federal           preference for depositions (see H.R. 1445) [6AP]               influence the Federal Government (see H.R. 119)
  law enforcement officer (see H.R. 1573) [3MY]          Financial institutions: authorize civil actions for certain      [9JA]
———penalty enhancement for the use of juveniles            violations (see H.R. 289) [9JA]                             LSC: abolish (see H.R. 2277) [7SE]
  in Federal offenses (see H.R. 405) [9JA]               ———clarify due process protections applicable to di-          ———authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1806)
———prohibit certain conduct relative to civil dis-         rectors and officers of insured depository institutions        [8JN]
  orders (see H.R. 1899) [20JN]                            (see H.R. 316) [9JA]                                        Max Rosenn U.S. Courthouse, Wilkes-Barre, PA: des-
———protection from sexual predators (see H.R. 713)       ———immunity from liability for asbestos in building              ignate (see H.R. 1718) [25MY]
  [26JA]                                                   in which owners have an asbestos management plan            National forests: penalties for tree spiking (see H.R.
———require release of relevant information on vio-         (see H.R. 544) [17JA]                                          2094) [21JY]
  lent sex offenders (see H.R. 2137) [27JY]              Firearms: eliminate the administrative authority to pro-      National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program: revise
———require States to address the problem of violent        hibit transfer or sale of certain assault weapons (see         filing deadline for certain claims (see H.R. 608,
  crimes committed by repeat offenders (see H. Con.        H.R. 793) [2FE]                                                1938) [20JA] [27JN]
  Res. 105) [29SE]                                       ———permanent ban on possession of firearms by                 Native Americans: jurisdiction over land claims of the
———restitution for victims (see H.R. 665, 711)             persons convicted of certain felonies (see H.R. 2101)          Pueblo of Isleta Indian Tribes (see H.R. 740) [30JA]
  [25JA] [26JA]                                            [24JY]                                                      New York: provide an additional place to hold court
———treatment of juvenile records (see H.R. 2817)         ———regulate handgun ammunition (see H.R. 1403)                   in the southern district (see H.R. 1128) [3MR]
  [20DE]                                                   [5AP]                                                       Ohio: establish an additional temporary and permanent
———treatment of motor vehicle theft of air bag mod-      Foreign trade: grant a private right of action to individ-       district court judgeship in northern Ohio (see H.R.
  ules (see H.R. 2804) [18DE]                              uals injured by reason of violation of antiboycott             453) [9JA]
Customs Service: sentencing guidelines relative to the     regulations (see H.R. 1192) [9MR]                           Patents: infringement cases relative to commercializa-
  murder or attempted murder of employees (see H.R.      Foriegn countries: allow suits against foreign countries         tion of inventions prior to patent filing date (see
  2737) [7DE]                                              for damages caused by torture, extrajudicial killing,          H.R. 2235) [4AU]
Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-     and other terrorist acts (see H.R. 1877) [16JN]             Pensions: establish a Federal cause of action for failure
  ary: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 2076)        Fuhrman, Mark: investigation relative to perjury and             of State and local governments to fulfill the terms
  [19JY]                                                   possible criminal wrong doing committed by the                 of pensions plans (see H.R. 1683) [23MY]
———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), consid-         former Los Angeles police detective (see H. Res.            Presidents of the U.S.: constitutional amendment rel-
  eration (see H. Res. 198) [21JY]                         243) [24OC]                                                    ative to granting of pardons (see H.J. Res. 30) [9JA]

                                                                                 3301
COURTS                                                                           INDEX
  Proceedings: photographing, recording, and broad-           Crime: incarceration of violent criminals (H.R. 667)         mittee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 234) (H. Rept.
    casting (see H.R. 594) [19JA]                               [9FE] [10FE]                                               104–356) [20NO]
  Product liability: reform (see H.R. 10, 917, 955, 956,      Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-     Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-
    1075) [9JA] [13FE] [15FE] [28FE]                            ary: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076) [18OC]         ary Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R.
  ———reform (H.R. 956), consideration (see H. Res.            ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), con-              2076) (H. Rept. 104–378) [4DE]
    108, 109) [7MR] [8MR]                                       ference report [6DE]                                     ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
  Public documents: prohibit Federal and State courts         ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), veto              2076) (H. Rept. 104–196) [19JY]
    or agencies from requiring that legal citations in          [20DE]                                                   Disapprove Certain Sentencing Guideline Amendments:
    which copyright subsists be the only acceptable sub-      Product liability: reform (H.R. 956) [9MR] [10MR]            Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2259)
    mission (see H.R. 1584, 1822) [9MY] [13JN]                  [9NO]                                                      (H. Rept. 104–272) [29SE]
  Roads and highways: resolution of claims relative to        Securities: reform Federal litigation procedures (H.R.     Effective Death Penalty Act: Committee on the Judici-
    right-of-ways across Federal lands (see H.R. 2081)          1058) [8MR]                                                ary (House) (H.R. 729) (H. Rept. 104–23) [8FE]
    [20JY]                                                    Sentencing: disapprove certain sentencing guideline        Exempt State and Local Court Reporters From Certain
  Schools: desegration (see H. Con. Res. 101) [14SE]            amendments (H.R. 2259) [18OC]                              Federal Compensatory Time Requirements: Com-
  Securities: reform Federal litigation procedures (see     Reports filed                                                  mittee on Economic and Educational Opportunities
    H.R. 1058) [27FE]                                         Albert V. Bryan U.S. Courthouse, Alexandria, VA:             (House) (H.R. 1225) (H. Rept. 104–219) [1AU]
  ———reform Federal litigation procedures (H.R.                 Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure           Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Relative to Restoring
    1058), consideration (see H. Res. 103, 105) [3MR]           (House) (S. 965) (H. Rept. 104–420) [19DE]                 Stenographic Preference for Depositions: Committee
    [6MR]                                                     Apprehension, Detention, and Deportation of Criminal         on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 1445) (H. Rept. 104–
  ———reform Federal litigation procedures (H.R.                 Aliens: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.           228) [2AU]
    1058), consideration of conference report (see H.           668) (H. Rept. 104–22) [6FE]                             Howard H. Baker, Jr., U.S. Courthouse, Knoxville, TN:
    Res. 290) [5DE]                                           Attorney Accountability Act: Committee on the Judici-        Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
  ———reform private enforcement of Federal laws (see            ary (House) (H.R. 988) (H. Rept. 104–62) [1MR]             (House) (H.R. 2547) (H. Rept. 104–417) [19DE]
    H.R. 681) [25JA]                                          Bruce R. Thompson U.S. Courthouse and Federal              Incarceration of Violent Criminals: Committee on the
  Sentencing: disapprove certain sentencing guideline           Building, Reno, NV: Committee on Transportation            Judiciary (House) (H.R. 667) (H. Rept. 104–21)
    amendments (see H.R. 2259, 2507) [6SE] [19OC]               and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 395) (H. Rept. 104–       [6FE]
  ———disapprove certain sentencing guideline amend-             362) [28NO]                                              James L. Foreman U.S. Courthouse, Benton, IL: Com-
    ments (H.R. 2259), consideration (see H. Res. 237)        Clarify Rules Governing Venue: Committee on the Ju-          mittee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House)
    [17OC]                                                      diciary (House) (S. 532) (H. Rept. 104–181) [11JY]         (H.R. 2689) (H. Rept. 104–410) [19DE]
  ———penalties for crimes against child or elderly vic-       Commencement Dates of Certain Temporary Federal            Judicial Review of Regulatory Flexibility Analyses:
    tims (see H.R. 1794) [8JN]                                  Judgeships: Committee on the Judiciary (House)             Committee on Small Business (House) (H.R. 937)
  Social Security: establish and define jurisdiction of a       (H.R. 2361) (H. Rept. 104–334) [13NO]                      (H. Rept. 104–49) [23FE]
    U.S. Court of Appeals for the Social Security Circuit     Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1058, Pri-      Limit the Application of the Exclusionary Rule: Com-
    (see H.R. 1587) [9MY]                                       vate Securities Litigation Reform Act: Committee           mittee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 666) (H. Rept.
  States: referendum challenges (see H.R. 1170) [8MR]           on Rules (House) (H. Res. 290) (H. Rept. 104–              104–17) [2FE]
  ———referendum challenges (H.R. 1170), consider-               382) [5DE]                                               Lobbying Disclosure Act: Committee on the Judiciary
    ation (see H. Res. 227) [21SE]                            Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2076,             (House) (H.R. 2564) (H. Rept. 104–339) [14NO]
  Superior Court of the District of Columbia: restrict                                                                   LSC Abolishment: Committee on the Judiciary (House)
                                                                Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judi-
    authority over certain cases involving child custody                                                                   (H.R. 2277) (H. Rept. 104–255) [21SE]
                                                                ciary Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House)
    and visitation rights (see H.R. 1855) [15JN]                                                                         Mandatory Victim Restitution: Committee on the Judi-
                                                                (H. Res. 289) (H. Rept. 104–381) [5DE]
  Taxation: amnesty from penalties for nonpayment or                                                                       ciary (House) (H.R. 665) (H. Rept. 104–16) [2FE]
                                                              Consideration of H.R. 665, Mandatory Victim Restitu-
    underpayment of Federal income tax for those who                                                                     Max Rosenn U.S. Courthouse, Wilkes-Barre, PA: Com-
                                                                tion: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 60) (H.
    report and pay such taxes (see H.R. 2079) [20JY]                                                                       mittee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House)
                                                                Rept. 104–19) [6FE]
  ———clarify the remedial jurisdiction of inferior Fed-                                                                    (H.R. 1718) (H. Rept. 104–413) [19DE]
                                                              Consideration of H.R. 666, Limit the Application of        Private Securities Litigation Reform Act: Committee
    eral courts (see H.R. 212) [9JA]
                                                                the Exclusionary Rule: Committee on Rules (House)          of Conference (H.R. 1058) (H. Rept. 104–369)
  ———modify pension plan rules for State judicial re-
                                                                (H. Res. 61) (H. Rept. 104–20) [6FE]                       [28NO]
    tirement plans (see H.R. 1314) [23MR]
                                                              Consideration of H.R. 667, Incarceration of Violent        Product Liability Reform: Committee on Commerce
  Thomas D. Lambros Federal Building and U.S. Court-
                                                                Criminals: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.             (House) (H.R. 10) (H. Rept. 104–50) [24FE]
    house, Youngstown, OH: designate (see H.R. 869)
                                                                63) (H. Rept. 104–25) [8FE]                              ———Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 917)
    [8FE]
                                                              Consideration of H.R. 668, Apprehension, Detention,          (H. Rept. 104–63) [1MR]
  Thurgood Marshall U.S Courthouse, White Plains, NY:
                                                                and Deportation of Criminal Aliens: Committee on         Seybourn H. Lynne Federal Courthouse, Decatur, AL:
    designate (see H.R. 653) [24JA]
  Trademarks: protection against dilution (see H.R. 1295)       Rules (House) (H. Res. 69) (H. Rept. 104–26) [9FE]         Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
    [22MR]                                                    Consideration of H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal                (House) (S. 369) (H. Rept. 104–419) [19DE]
  Truth in Lending Act: moratorium on certain class             Standards Reform Act: Committee on Rules (House)         State Referendum Challenges: Committee on the Judi-
    action lawsuits (see H.R. 1380) [3AP]                       (H. Res. 108) (H. Rept. 104–69) [7MR]                      ciary (House) (H.R. 1170) (H. Rept. 104–179)
  Veach-Baley Federal Complex, Asheville, NC: des-            ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 109) (H.              [11JY]
    ignate (see H.R. 2504) [18OC]                               Rept. 104–72) [8MR]                                      Supersede the Modification of Final Judgment in U.S.
  Volunteer workers: grant immunity from personal civil       Consideration of H.R. 988, Attorney Accountability           v. Western Electric: Committee on the Judiciary
    liability during work on behalf of governmental enti-       Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 104)              (House) (H.R. 1528) (H. Rept. 104–203) [24JY]
    ties or nonprofit organizations (see H.R. 911) [13FE]       (H. Rept. 104–66) [3MR]                                  Thomas D. Lambros Federal Building and U.S. Court-
  Walter B. Jones Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse,       Consideration of H.R. 1058, Securities Litigation Re-        house, Youngstown, OH: Committee on Transpor-
    Greenville, NC: designate (see H.R. 840) [6FE]              form Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.              tation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 869) (H.
  Wisconsin: authorize additional Federal district judge        103) (H. Rept. 104–65) [3MR]                               Rept. 104–365) [28NO]
    for eastern district (see H.R. 362) [9JA]                 ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 105) (H.            Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse, White Plains, NY:
  Witnesses: prevent witness retaliation (see H.R. 1143)        Rept. 104–68) [6MR]                                        Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
    [7MR]                                                     Consideration of H.R. 1170, State Referendum Chal-           (House) (H.R. 653) (H. Rept. 104–363) [28NO]
  ———prevent witness tampering (see H.R. 1144)                  lenges: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 227)         Veach-Baley Federal Complex, Asheville, NC: Com-
    [7MR]                                                       (H. Rept. 104–257) [21SE]                                  mittee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House)
Conference reports                                            Consideration of H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Jus-         (H.R. 2504) (H. Rept. 104–416) [19DE]
  Depts. of Commerce, Justice, State, and the Judiciary         tice, and State and the Judiciary Appropriations:        Walter B. Jones Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse,
    Appropriations (H.R. 2076) [4DE]                            Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 198) Rept.             Greenville, NC: Committee on Transportation and
  Private Securities Litigation Reform Act (H.R. 1058)          104–200) [21JY]                                            Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 840) (H. Rept. 104–
    [28NO]                                                    Consideration of H.R. 2259, Disapproving Certain Sen-        364) [28NO]
Messages                                                        tencing Guideline Amendments: Committee on Rules       COX, CHRISTOPHER (a Representative from Cali-
  Omnibus Counterterrorism Act: President Clinton [9FE]         (House) (S. Res. 237) (H. Rept. 104–279) [17OC]            fornia)
  Veto of H.R. 1058, Private Securities Litigation Reform     Consideration of H.R. 2564, Lobbying Disclosure Act:     Appointments
    Act: President Clinton [20DE]                               Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 269) (H. Rept.       Committee To Escort South Korean President Kim
  Veto of H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and           104–342) [15NO]                                            Young Sam Into the House Chamber [26JY]
    State and the Judiciary Appropriations: President         Criminal Justice System Clerical and Technical Correc-     Committee To Escort the President [24JA]
    Clinton [19DE]                                              tions: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.          Conferee: H.R. 956, Common Sense Legal Standards
Motions                                                         2538) (H. Rept. 104–391) [11DE]                            Reform Act [9NO]
  Civil courts: reform civil justice system (H.R. 988)        Debts Relative to Death or Injury Caused by Debtor’s       ———H.R. 1058, Securities Litigation Reform Act
    [7MR]                                                       Operation of Watercraft While Intoxicated: Com-            [24OC]

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                                                                                     INDEX                                                                                 CREDIT

Bills and resolutions introduced by                              ———repeal estate, gift, and generation-skipping trans-        ———increase competition in the financial services
  Cleveland National Forest: land exchange and boundary              fer taxes (see H.R. 1039) [24FE]                            sector (see H.R. 814, 2520) [3FE] [24OC]
      adjustment (see H.R. 207) [9JA]                            ———treatment of corporations, earned income, estate           ———reform regulatory process and paperwork re-
  Computers: encourage and protect private sector initia-            and gift taxes, and liability for prior taxable years       quirements (see H.R. 1362, 1858, 2158) [30MR]
      tives that improve user control over information               (see H.R. 214) [9JA]                                        [15JN] [1AU]
      services (see H.R. 1978) [30JN]                            ———treatment of deduction for payments to nuclear             ———require lenders to post current interest rates
  Helium Act: sale of Federal real and personal property             decommissioning reserve funds (see H.R. 1637)               charged for various categories of loans to consumers
      (see H.R. 873) [9FE]                                           [15MY]                                                      (see H.R. 183) [9JA]
  Metric system: conversion requirements (see H.R.               ———treatment of dividends and interest received by            ———small business loan disclosures (see H.R. 398)
      2779) [14DE]                                                   individuals (see H.R. 1041) [24FE]                          [9JA]
  Russia: removal of troops from Kaliningrad (see H.             ———treatment of foreign investments through U.S.              ———strengthen and clarify enforcement of fair lend-
      Con. Res. 51) [28MR]                                           regulated investment companies (see H.R. 2045)              ing laws relative to redlining and credit allocation
  Taxation: repeal estate, gift, and generation-skipping             [17JY]                                                      (see H.R. 1699) [24MY]
      transfer taxes (see H.R. 784) [1FE]                        ———treatment of religious schools relative to Federal         Foreign aid: provide public notice of all conditions
COYLE, CHARLES J.                                                    unemployment tax (see H.R. 1492) [7AP]                      for monetary stabilization and require public finan-
Bills and resolutions                                            U.N.: limit U.S. contributions (see H.R. 211) [9JA]             cial status reports (see H.R. 1752) [6JN]
  Charles J. Coyle Post Office Building, St. Louis, MO:        CRAPO, MICHAEL D. (a Representative from Idaho)                 Housing: assist active duty military personnel through
      designate (see H.R. 1398) [5AP]                          Bills and resolutions introduced by                               interest rate buy downs (see H.R. 1611) [11MY]
COYNE, WILLIAM J. (a Representative from Pennsyl-                Agriculture: research, promotion, and market develop-
                                                                                                                               ———enhance availability of investment capital for
      vania)                                                         ment of canola and rapeseed products (see H.R.
                                                                                                                                 low- and moderate-income housing (see H.R. 1211)
Appointments                                                         2509) [19OC]
                                                                                                                                 [10MR]
  Conferee: H. Con. Res. 67, setting forth the Federal           Budget: establish a deficit reduction trust fund and
                                                                                                                               ———provide for private servicing of rural housing
      budget for 1996–2002 [8JN]                                     reduce discretionary spending limits (see H.R. 1162)
                                                                                                                                 loans (see H.R. 1276) [21MR]
  ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent                     [8MR]
                                                                 House of Representatives: reform (see H.R. 215) [9JA]         Money: budget and credit authority provided to the
      budget resolution [30OC]                                                                                                   exchange stabilization fund (see H.R. 867) [8FE]
Bills and resolutions introduced by                              Targhee National Forest: exchange of National Forest
                                                                     System lands in Idaho for non-Federal forest lands        ———require congressional approval for certain uses
  Dept. of the Interior: Steel Industry Heritage Project                                                                         of the exchange stabilization fund (see H.R. 2177)
      funding (see H.R. 2473) [12OC]                                 in Wyoming (see H.R. 529) [17JA]
                                                                 Water: State sovereignty over water within borders (see         [3AU]
  Drugs: reporting requirements on deaths resulting from                                                                       Mortgages: improve the Single Family Housing Mort-
      the prescribing, dispensing, or administration of              H.R. 2555) [30OC]
                                                               CREATIVE REVENUES COMMISSION                                      gage Insurance Program (see H.R. 487) [11JA]
      drugs (see H.R. 1914) [22JN]                                                                                             Native American Financial Services Organization: es-
CRANE, PHILIP M. (a Representative from Illinois)              Bills and resolutions
                                                                 Establish (see H.R. 2526) [24OC]                                tablish (see H.R. 2412) [27SE]
Appointments                                                                                                                   REA: improve loan program (see H.R. 1913) [22JN]
  Advisers to U.S. delegations to international con-           CREDIT related term(s) CONSUMERS
                                                               Appointments                                                    ———loans to electric generation and transmission co-
      ferences [17JA]                                                                                                            operatives (see H.R. 403) [9JA]
                                                                 Conferees: S. 895, Small Business Lending Enhance-
  Conferee: H.R. 831, extend tax deduction for health                                                                          Real estate: extend FHA mortgage insurance program
                                                                     ment Act [12SE]
      insurance costs of self-employed individuals and re-     Bills and resolutions                                             coverage to home equity conversion mortgages for
      peal nonrecognition of gain on sales and exchanges         Agriculture: access to credit for family farmers who            elderly homeowners (see H.R. 1934) [27JN]
      effectuating FCC policies [28MR]                               grow specialty crops or operate in high land cost         SBA: increase the guarantee fee on general business
  ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent                     areas (see H.R. 54) [9JA]                                   loans (see H.R. 1258) [16MR]
      budget resolution [30OC]                                   Business and industry: availability of credit to busi-        ———reduce level of participation in certain guaran-
Bills and resolutions introduced by                                  nesses relative to communities facing economic dis-         teed loans (see H.R. 1570) [3MY]
  Arts and humanities: abolish the National Endowment                tress (see H.R. 288) [9JA]                                Small business: reduce costs of Government loan guar-
      for the Arts and the National Council on the Human-        ———provide credit to businesses and facilitate the              antees (see H.R. 2150) [1AU]
      ities (see H.R. 209) [9JA]                                     transfer and commercialization of Government-             Taxation: permit loans from individual retirement ac-
  Bulgaria: most-favored-nation status (see H.R. 1643)               owned patents and technologies (see H.R. 80) [9JA]          counts for housing, education, and medical emer-
      [16MY]                                                     Children and youth: require monthly reporting of child          gencies (see H.R. 2431) [29SE]
  Cambodia: most-favored-nation status (see H.R. 1642)               support obligations to consumer credit agencies (see      ———treatment of bad debt reserves of savings asso-
      [16MY]                                                         H.R. 314) [9JA]                                             ciations which are required to convert to banks (see
  Corp. for Public Broadcasting: repeal statutory author-        Colleges and universities: participation in Pell Grant          H.R. 2494) [18OC]
      ity (see H.R. 208) [9JA]                                       Program relative to Federal Stafford Loan Program         ———treatment of certain interest on automobile loans
  Courts: clarify the remedial jurisdiction of inferior Fed-         default rate (see H.R. 2038) [13JY]                         (see H.R. 1957) [29JN]
      eral courts relative to taxation (see H.R. 212) [9JA]      Consumers: accuracy of information maintained by
  Firearms: protect and enforce the right to obtain and                                                                        ———treatment of interest paid on educational loans
                                                                     credit reporting agencies (see H.R. 561) [18JA]             (see H.R. 1793) [8JN]
      use firearms for security, self-defense, and other le-     ———credit card fees (see H.R. 1169) [8MR]
      gitimate purposes (see H. Con. Res. 5) [9JA]                                                                             ———treatment of interest paid on educational loans
                                                                 ———define payment postmark date as payment date                 and withdrawals from retirement plans for higher
  Generalized System of Preferences: renew (see H.R.                 for purposes of grace periods (see H.R. 1537, 1963)
      1654) [17MY]                                                                                                               education expenses (see H.R. 2050) [18JY]
                                                                     [2MY] [29JN]                                              Tax-exempt organizations: authorize receipt of Federal
  ITC: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1887) [19JN]         ———require additional disclosures of the terms of
  Labor unions: prevent union violence (see H.R. 1796)                                                                           loans, grants, or contracts to organizations engaging
                                                                     rental-purchase agreements (see H.R. 2820) [20DE]           in lobbying activities (see H.R. 2785) [15DE]
      [8JN]                                                      Credit cards: require additional disclosures of account
  Medicare: chiropractic services (see H.R. 997) [21FE]                                                                        Transportation: permit tax-exempt financing of certain
                                                                     information and study industry competitiveness (see
  Members of Congress: constitutional amendment to                                                                               transportation facilities (see H.R. 1790) [8JN]
                                                                     H.R. 1105) [1MR]                                          Truth in Lending Act: clarify intent and reduce regu-
      limit terms (see H.J. Res. 25) [9JA]                       Ecology and environment: establish revolving loan
  NAFTA: effect on Caribbean Basin Initiative (see H.R.                                                                          latory burdens on creditors (see H.R. 1184) [9MR]
                                                                     funds for cleanup of distressed areas with investment
      553) [18JA]                                                                                                              ———clarify regulations relative to mortgage fees and
                                                                     potential (see H.R. 1620) [11MY]
  Organization for Economic Cooperation and Develop-                                                                             disclosure requirements (see H.R. 2399) [27SE]
                                                                 Education: student loan programs (see H.R. 1501)
      ment: congressional approval and implementation of                                                                       ———moratorium on certain class action lawsuits (see
                                                                     [7AP]
      shipbuilding trade agreement (see H.R. 2754) [11DE]        ———student loan reform (see H.R. 530) [17JA]                    H.R. 1380) [3AP]
  Panama: negotiation of a new agreement relative to             Fair Debt Collection Practices Act: improve administra-     Conference reports
      the presence of U.S. Armed Forces and the Panama               tion (see H.R. 1711) [25MY]                               Small Business Lending Enhancement Act (S. 895)
      Canal (see H. Con. Res. 4) [9JA]                           Farm credit banks: reduce unnecessary regulatory bur-           [28SE]
  Postal Service: privatization (see H.R. 210) [9JA]                 dens (see H.R. 2029) [13JY]                             Messages
  Tariff: temporary suspension of antidumping and coun-          FBI: disclosures by consumer reporting agencies for           CCC Report: President Clinton [9NO]
      tervailing duties under limited market conditions (see         counterintelligence purposes (see H.R. 68) [9JA]        Motions
      H.R. 2822) [21DE]                                          Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corp.: improve oper-            Small business: redesign small business programs on
  Taxation: allow nonitemizers a deduction for a portion             ation (see H.R. 2130) [27JY]                                loan guarantees, counseling and management, and
      of their charitable contributions (see H.R. 1493)          Federal Home Loan Bank System: reform and mod-                  Government contracting (S. 895) [12SE]
      [7AP]                                                          ernize (see H.R. 1487, 1657) [7AP] [17MY]               Reports filed
  ———capital gains rates (see H.R. 1042) [24FE]                  ———representation of Guam and the Virgin Islands              Farm Credit Bank Regulatory Burden Reduction: Com-
  ———capital gains rates and indexing of certain assets              on board of directors (see H.R. 1939) [27JN]                mittee on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2029) (H. Rept.
      (see H.R. 213) [9JA]                                       Financial institutions: expand availability by lifting          104–421) [18DE]
  ———provide credits for families and reform the mar-                growth cap on limited service financial institutions      Financial Institutions Regulatory Process and Paper-
      riage penalty (see H.R. 6) [9JA]                               (see H.R. 1491) [7AP]                                       work Requirements Reform: Committee on Banking

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      and Financial Services (House) (H.R. 1858) (H.           ———penalty enhancement for the use of juveniles               ———sentencing for crimes against child or elderly
      Rept. 104–193) [18JY]                                      in Federal offenses (see H.R. 405) [9JA]                      victims (see H.R. 1794) [8JN]
  Small Business Credit Efficiency Act: Committee on           ———treatment of juvenile records (see H.R. 2817)              ———sentencing guidelines relative to the murder or
      Small Business (House) (H.R. 2150) (H. Rept. 104–          [20DE]                                                        attempted murder of Customs Service employees
      238) [6SE]                                               Civil disorders: prohibit certain conduct (see H.R.             (see H.R. 2737) [7DE]
  Small Business Lending Enhancement Act: Committee              1899) [20JN]                                                CPSC: ban realistic toy handguns (see H.R. 1622)
      of Conference (S. 895) (H. Rept. 104–269) [28SE]         Civil liberties: protect constitutional rights relative to      [11MY]
  Tax Treatment of Bad Debt Reserves of Financial Insti-         Federal counterterrorism activities (see H.R. 1738)         Credit: disclosures by consumer reporting agencies to
      tutions Which Are Required To Convert to Banks:            [25MY]                                                        the FBI for counterintelligence purposes (see H.R.
      Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2494)          Classified information: disclosure by Federal officers          68) [9JA]
      (H. Rept. 104–324) [7NO]                                   and employees (see H.R. 319) [9JA]                          Dept. of Defense: conversion of certain military instal-
CREDIT CARDS see CREDIT                                        Colleges and universities: require opening of campus            lations into correctional facilities for youthful offend-
CREDIT UNIONS see FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS                         security crime logs at institutions of higher education       ers (see H.R. 472) [11JA]
CREMEANS, FRANK A. (a Representative from Ohio)                  (see H.R. 2416) [28SE]                                      Dept. of HHS: establish domestic violence community
Bills and resolutions introduced by                            Computers: prevent harassment by computer or other              response teams (see H.R. 2665) [18NO]
  Civil liberties: placement of religious symbols in public      electronic device (see H.R. 112) [9JA]                      Dept. of Justice: appointment of independent counsel
      places (see H.R. 2669) [20NO]                            ———restrict transmission of obscene or indecent ma-             to investigate certain internal criminal allegations
  Helium Act: sale of Federal real and personal property         terial to minors by computer (see H.R. 2104) [24JY]           (see H.R. 451) [9JA]
      (see H.R. 846) [7FE]                                     Congress: categorize payments from lobbyists to Mem-          ———establish rapid deployment force (see H.R. 97)
  Lawrence County, OH: modify reversionary interest in           bers of Congress as bribery under Federal criminal            [9JA]
      certain lands held by the Federal Government (see          law (see H.R. 279) [9JA]                                    Dept. of State: establish position of Coordinator for
      H.R. 2786) [15DE]                                        ———employee forfeiture of retirement benefits rel-              Counter-Terrorism (see H.R. 22) [9JA]
  ———release restrictions on the use of certain real             ative to certain criminal convictions (see H.R. 2244)       Drug trafficking: establish procedures for discontinu-
      property conveyed by the Dept. of the Interior (see        [4AU]                                                         ance of mobile radio services to convicted persons
      H.R. 2021) [12JY]                                        Correctional institutions: criminal penalties for escaping      (see H.R. 185) [9JA]
  National Forest System: acquisition of lands relative          from Federal prison (see H.R. 1533) [2MY]                   Drugs: eliminate certain mandatory minimum penalties
      to reduced property tax revenues in county of pur-       ———early release of prisoners upon completion of                for crack cocaine offenses (see H.R. 1264, 2063)
      chase (see H.R. 1089) [1MR]                                drug treatment program (see H.R. 2650) [16NO]                 [16MR] [19JY]
  National forests: continuance of oil and gas operations      ———permit prisoners to participate in community               ———therapeutic use of marijuana (see H.R. 2618)
      in Wayne National Forest (see H.R. 2354) [19SE]            service projects [19SE]                                       [10NO]
  Taxation: treatment of individuals benefiting from           ———prevent Federal prisoners from engaging in ac-             ———treatment of sentences relative to powdered co-
      renouncement of citizenship (see H.R. 2012) [11JY]         tivities to increase their strength or fighting abilities     caine (see H.R. 2598) [8NO]
  Wayne National Forest: land exchange between the               (see H.R. 515) [13JA]                                       Drunken driving: reporting of blood alcohol levels ex-
      National Park Service and the Ironton Country Club       ———prevent luxurious prison conditions (see H.R.                ceeding State permissible levels after vehicular acci-
      (see H.R. 2023) [12JY]                                     663) [24JA]                                                   dents (see H.R. 1982) [30JN]
CRIME related term(s) TERRORISM                                ———privatization of health care services (see H.R.            ———strengthen Federal prevention laws (see H.R.
Appointments                                                     1810) [8JN]                                                   588) [19JA]
  Conferees: H.R. 1058, Securities Litigation Reform Act       ———reform process for lawsuits relative to prison             Education: establish mentoring programs for at-risk
      [24OC]                                                     conditions and treatment (see H.R. 2468) [11OC]               youths (see H.R. 2708) [5DE]
Bills and resolutions                                          Courts: allow suits against foreign countries for dam-        ———require expulsion of students convicted of vio-
  Abortion: killings at abortion clinics in Brookline, MA        ages caused by torture, extrajudicial killing, and            lent crimes in schools receiving Federal assistance
      (see H. Con. Res. 13) [9JA]                                other terrorist acts (see H.R. 1877) [16JN]                   (see H.R. 2698) [30NO]
  AIDS: criminal penalties relative to intentional trans-      ———antiracketeering laws (see H.R. 230) [9JA]                 ———suspend Federal benefits to individuals con-
      mission (see H.R. 630) [23JA]                            ———civil and criminal forfeitures for certain offenses          victed of drug offenses (see H.R. 134) [9JA]
  Aliens: deny visas to individuals involved with the            (see H.R. 320) [9JA]                                        ERISA: allow victims of child abuse to collect mone-
      foreign expropriation of property of U.S. persons        ———clerical and technical corrections to criminal               tary awards from an abuser’s pension (see H.R.
      (see H.R. 82) [9JA]                                        justice system (see H.R. 2538) [26OC]                         2140) [28JY]
  ———Federal reimbursement to State and local gov-             ———disapprove certain sentencing guideline amend-             Explosives: regulation (see H.R. 43) [9JA]
      ernments for the cost of incarcerating criminals (see      ments (see H.R. 2259, 2507) [6SE] [19OC]                    ———require materials to contain taggants (see H.R.
      H.R. 205) [9JA]                                          ———disapprove certain sentencing guideline amend-               1568) [3MY]
  ———treatment of criminal aliens (see H.R. 592)                 ments (H.R. 2259), consideration (see H. Res. 237)          Families and domestic relations: denial of passports
      [19JA]                                                     [17OC]                                                        to noncustodial parents relative to nonpayment of
  Armed Forces: prohibit accrual of pay and allowances         ———disapprove sentencing guideline amendments on                child support (see H.R. 993) [21FE]
      to members confined pending dishonorable dismissal         cocaine base and money laundering (see H.R. 2073)           Federal employees: deny annuity benefits to Members
      charges (see H.R. 585) [19JA]                              [19JY]                                                        of Congress and terminate salary of justices or
  ———provide for the jurisdiction, apprehension, and           ———evaluate the effectiveness of the juvenile justice           judges convicted of felonies (see H.R. 350) [9JA]
      detention of members and certain civilians accom-          system (see H.R. 1829) [13JN]                               ———protection of congressional staff (see H.R. 628)
      panying the Armed Forces abroad (see H.R. 808)           ———funding for death penalty resource centers (see              [23JA]
      [2FE]                                                      H.R. 1984) [30JN]                                           Firearms: allow State concealed handgun carrying li-
  Bankruptcy: debts relative to death or injury caused         ———incarceration of violent criminals (see H.R. 667)            censes to be valid in all States (see H.R. 2634)
      by debtor’s operation of watercraft while intoxicated      [25JA]                                                        [14NO]
      (see H.R. 234) [9JA]                                     ———incarceration of violent criminals (H.R. 667),             ———ban the manufacture, importation, and sale of
  BATF: regulation of firearms and ammunition (see               consideration (see H. Res. 63) [8FE]                          ammunition that can penetrate police body armor
      H.R. 915) [13FE]                                         ———increase penalties for armed violent criminals               (see H.R. 444, 492) [9JA] [11JA]
  Bosnia and Herzegovina: investigation of war crimes            (see H.R. 1488) [7AP]                                       ———eliminate the administrative authority to prohibit
      (see H. Res. 282) [20NO]                                 ———increase speedy trial time limits (see H.R. 2453)            transfer or sale of certain assault weapons (see H.R.
  Capital punishment: clarify method of execution for            [10OC]                                                        793) [2FE]
      Federal prisoners (see H.R. 2359) [19SE]                 ———judicial remedies regarding prison conditions              ———gun control (see H.R. 1321; H. Con. Res. 65)
  ———constitutional amendment to prohibit (see H.J.              (see H.R. 554, 695, 2488) [18JA] [26JA] [17OC]                [24MR] [9MY]
      Res. 99) [30JN]                                          ———limit the application of the exclusionary rule             ———mandatory registration of handguns (see H.R.
  ———establish effective procedures (see H.R. 729)               (see H.R. 666) [25JA]                                         169) [9JA]
      [30JA]                                                   ———limit the application of the exclusionary rule             ———manufacturer, importer, or dealer liability for
  ———establish penalty relative to murders of State              (H.R. 666), consideration (see H. Res. 61) [6FE]              damages resulting from certain weapons (see H.R.
      and local correctional officers by prisoners (see H.R.   ———mandatory victim restitution (H.R. 665), consid-             174) [9JA]
      154) [9JA]                                                 eration (see H. Res. 60) [6FE]                              ———permanent ban on possession of firearms by
  ———include multiple deaths as an aggravating factor          ———minimum mandatory sentencing (see H.R. 437)                  persons convicted of certain felonies (see H.R. 2101)
      in determination of sentencing (see H.R. 1811) [9JN]       [9JA]                                                         [24JY]
  ———modify penalty for drug kingpins (see H.R. 147)           ———prevent jury tampering (see H.R. 1145) [7MR]               ———prohibit possession near school zones on the
      [9JA]                                                    ———prevent witness retaliation (see H.R. 1143)                  basis of interstate commerce control (see H.R. 1608)
  Children and youth: distribute to community-based or-          [7MR]                                                         [10MY]
      ganizations information on the prevention of youth       ———prevent witness tampering (see H.R. 1144)                  ———prohibit possession or transfer of handguns and
      violence and crime (see H.R. 2818) [20DE]                  [7MR]                                                         handgun ammunition (see H.R. 916) [13FE]
  ———increase juvenile criminal penalties and improve          ———protection from sexual predators (see H.R. 713)            ———protect and enforce the right to obtain and use
      youth correctional facilities (see H.R. 600) [20JA]        [26JA]                                                        firearms for security, self-defense, and other legiti-

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   mate purposes (see H.R. 78, 2470; H. Con. Res.            Kinsey, Alfred: determine if publications on sexual be-       States: address the problem of violent crimes com-
   5) [9JA] [11OC]                                             havior are the result of any fraud or criminal wrong-         mitted by repeat offenders (see H. Con. Res. 105)
———regulate handgun ammunition (see H.R. 1403)                 doing (see H.R. 2749) [7DE]                                   [29SE]
   [5AP]                                                     Labor unions: prevent union violence (see H.R. 1796)          ———establish grants to reduce crime and poverty
———regulate sale, import, and manufacture of poly-             [8JN]                                                         in poor neighborhoods (see H.R. 1414) [5AP]
   mer plastic ammunition (see H.R. 221) [9JA]               Law Abiding Citizens Safety Act: enact (see H.R. 322)         ———expedite review of criminal records of appli-
———repeal ban on assault weapons and large capac-              [9JA]                                                         cants for security officer employment (see H.R.
   ity ammunition feeding devices (see H.R. 125, 464,        Law enforcement: increase border patrol personnel and           2092) [21JY]
   698) [9JA] [11JA] [26JA]                                    provide for deployment at the Southwest border (see         Taxation: allow income tax credit to individuals active
———repeal ban on assault weapons and large capac-              H.R. 339) [9JA]                                               in neighborhood crime watch organizations (see H.R.
   ity ammunition feeding devices (H.R. 464), consider-      ———limit certain funds to States that do not require            2132) [27JY]
   ation (see H. Res. 210) [3AU]                               testing for presence of AIDS in certain cases of            ———amnesty from penalties for nonpayment or un-
Flag—U.S.: constitutional amendment to prohibit dese-          assault (see H.R. 2791) [15DE]                                derpayment of Federal income tax for those who
   cration (see H.J. Res. 14, 32, 41, 79) [9JA] [21MR]       ———provide block grants (see H.R. 728) [30JA]                   report and pay such taxes (see H.R. 2079) [20JY]
———constitutional amendment to prohibit desecration          ———provide block grants (H.R. 728), consideration             ———appropriate two percent of Federal individual
   (H.J. Res. 79), consideration (see H. Res. 173)             (see H. Res. 79) [10FE]                                       income tax revenues to the States to fight crime
   [27JN]                                                    ———require release of relevant information on vio-              (see H.R. 90) [9JA]
———prohibit desecration (see H.R. 1873, 1926)                  lent sex offenders (see H.R. 2137) [27JY]                   ———earned income tax credits relative to illegal
   [16JN] [27JN]                                             Law enforcement officers: establish a bill of rights            aliens and fraudulent claims (see H.R. 438) [9JA]
Food stamps: certification requirements for partici-           (see H.R. 878) [9FE]                                        ———impose penalties on self-dealing between certain
   pating food stores and penalties for fraud (see H.R.      ———exemption from State laws prohibiting carrying               tax-exempt organizations and disqualified persons
   992) [16FE]                                                 of concealed handguns (see H.R. 218, 1805) [9JA]              (see H.R. 613) [20JA]
———reduce fraud (see H.R. 1094) [1MR]                          [8JN]                                                       Telecommunications: prohibit harassing or obscene fac-
Foreign trade: imposition of trade sanctions on coun-        ———penalties for taking a firearm from a Federal                similes or electronic mail (see H.R. 2213) [4AU]
   tries which threaten the U.S. policy on the reduction       officer (see H.R. 1573) [3MY]                               ———protect facilities, devices, and networks from
   and interdiction of illicit drugs (see H.R. 2248)         ———protection (see H.R. 2386) [21SE]                            misuse (see H.R. 1004) [21FE]
   [4AU]                                                     ———tribute (see H. Con. Res. 61) [7AP]                        Television: establish violent program ratings system,
Fraud: consumer protection (see H.R. 1499) [7AP]             Lobbyists: prohibit misrepresentation of groups or indi-        require new televisions to allow blocking of certain
———deny Federal benefits to persons convicted of               vidual names in connection with lobbying (see H.R.            programming, and limit exposure of children to vio-
   fraudulent representation of residency in more than         2694) [30NO]                                                  lent programming (see H.R. 1807, 2030) [8JN]
   one State (see H.R. 404) [9JA]                            Medicare: combat waste, fraud and abuse (see H.R.               [13JY]
———penalties for health care fraud (see H.R. 2151,             1668, 2389) [18MY] [21SE]                                   Terrorism: develop technologies to combat (see H.R.
   2408) [1AU] [27SE]                                        Money: control and prevent commercial counterfeiting            1847) [14JN]
———prevention of fraud relative to provision of or                                                                         ———improve U.S. ability to respond to terrorist
                                                               (see H.R. 2511) [19OC]
   receipt of payment for health care services (see H.R.     Monuments and memorials: prohibit desecration of vet-           threats (see H.R. 896, 1635, 1710, 2703, 2768)
   1758, 1850) [7JN] [14JN]                                    erans’ memorials (see H.R. 2607) [9NO]                        [10FE] [15MY] [25MY] [5DE] [13DE]
Freedom of information: require disclosure of informa-                                                                     ———improve U.S. ability to respond to terrorist
                                                             Motor vehicles: increase utility of title information to
   tion on certain individuals relative to Nazi war                                                                          threats (H.R. 1710), consideration (see H. Res. 240)
                                                               law enforcement officers (see H.R. 2803) [18DE]
   crimes during World War II (see H.R. 1281) [21MR]         National forests: penalties for tree spiking (see H.R.          [19OC]
Fuhrman, Mark: investigation relative to perjury and                                                                       ———prevention of violence by paramilitary organiza-
                                                               2094) [21JY]
   possible criminal wrong doing committed by the                                                                            tions (see H.R. 2580) [2NO]
                                                             National objectives: establish commission relative to
   former Los Angeles police detective (see H. Res.                                                                        Theft: protection against code grabbers (see H.R. 338)
                                                               crime control and a national firearms policy (see
   243) [24OC]                                                                                                               [9JA]
                                                               H.R. 385) [9JA]
Government: applicability of criminal laws pertaining                                                                      ———treatment of motor vehicle theft of air bag mod-
                                                             ———policy to control crime and reform court proce-
   to fraud or false statements to all branches of Gov-                                                                      ules (see H.R. 2804) [18DE]
                                                               dures (see H.R. 3, 920) [9JA] [13FE]
   ernment (see H.R. 1678) [18MY]                                                                                          Transportation: increase utility of motor vehicle title
                                                             National parks and recreation areas: allow placement
———condemn use of violence and terrorism to influ-                                                                           information to law enforcement officers (see H.R.
                                                               of missing children posters in Federal buildings (see
   ence actions (see H. Res. 137) [2MY]                                                                                      2687) [29NO]
Health care professionals: training for the identification     H.R. 2774) [13DE]
                                                             National Rifle Association: characterization of Federal       Treaties and agreements: negotiation of bilateral pris-
   and referral of victims of domestic violence (see                                                                         oner transfer treaties (see H.R. 552) [18JA]
   H.R. 1521) [7AP]                                            law enforcement (see H. Con. Res. 69) [18MY]
                                                             Oklahoma City, OK: bombing of Alfred P. Murrah                Trinidad and Tobago: prohibit economic and military
Health care programs: combat waste, fraud and abuse                                                                          assistance relative to illicit drug trafficking (see H.R.
   (see H.R. 2326) [13SE]                                      Federal Building (see H. Res. 135) [1MY]
                                                             Pakistan: identification as a state sponsor of terrorism        1125) [3MR]
Identification: false documents (see H.R. 399, 1552)                                                                       U.S. Marshals Service: appointment of marshals (see
   [9JA] [3MY]                                                 (see H. Con. Res. 35) [9MR]
                                                             Paramilitary organizations: prohibit formation of private       H.R. 2641) [15NO]
Immigration: adjust status for certain Polish and Hun-                                                                     Urban areas: promote national agenda (see H.R. 1297)
   garian parolees (see H.R. 2436) [29SE]                      units (see H.R. 1544) [2MY]
                                                             Presidents of the U.S.: constitutional amendment rel-           [22MR]
———deny visas and admission to aliens who have                                                                             Victims: restitution (see H.R. 665, 711) [25JA] [26JA]
   been unlawfully in the U.S. for more than one year          ative to granting of pardons (see H.J. Res. 30) [9JA]
                                                                                                                           Weapons: restrict the mail order sale of body armor
   and prohibit adjustments of status for illegal aliens     Public buildings: designate space for the placement
                                                                                                                             (see H.R. 2192) [3AU]
   (see H.R. 1765) [7JN]                                       of missing children posters in Federal buildings (see
                                                                                                                           Women: establish a task force to recommend a uniform
———enforcement of employer sanctions law (see                  H.R. 2792) [15DE]
                                                                                                                             strategy to protect women against violent crime (see
   H.R. 570) [19JA]                                          Public welfare programs: eliminate benefits relative to
                                                                                                                             H.R. 144) [9JA]
———exclusions relative to membership in terrorist              probation and parole violators and fugitive felons
                                                                                                                           ———prohibit practice of female genital mutilation
   organizations (see H.R. 650) [24JA]                         (see H.R. 118) [9JA]
                                                                                                                             or female circumcision (see H.R. 941) [14FE]
———facilitate the apprehension, detention, and depor-        RICO: include peonage and slavery offenses as predi-        Conference reports
   tation of criminal aliens (see H.R. 668) [25JA]             cates (see H.R. 305) [9JA]                                  Private Securities Litigation Reform Act (H.R. 1058)
———facilitate the apprehension, detention, and depor-        Securities: impose additional fraud detection and dis-          [28NO]
   tation of criminal aliens (H.R. 668), consideration         closure obligations on auditors of public companies       Messages
   (see H. Res. 69) [9FE]                                      (see H.R. 725) [30JA]                                       Antiterrorism Amendments Act: President Clinton
———prohibit Federal benefits for illegal aliens (see         ———reform Federal litigation procedures (see H.R.               [9MY]
   H.R. 341) [9JA]                                             1058) [27FE]                                                Gun-Free School Zones Act: President Clinton [10MY]
———reform admission policies, treatment of criminal          ———reform Federal litigation procedures (H.R.                 Immigration Enforcement Improvements Act: President
   aliens and alien smuggling, documentation require-          1058), consideration (see H. Res. 103, 105) [3MR]             Clinton [3MY]
   ments, and border security (see H.R. 560, 756, 1018,        [6MR]                                                       National Emergency Relative to Foreign Narcotics
   1915, 1929, 2202) [18JA] [31JA] [23FE] [22JN]             ———reform Federal litigation procedures (H.R.                   Traffickers Centered in Colombia: President Clinton
   [27JN] [4AU]                                                1058), consideration of conference report (see H.             [24OC]
———revise Dept. of Justice authority to parole aliens          Res. 290) [5DE]                                             Omnibus Counterterrorism Act: President Clinton [9FE]
   into the U.S. (see H.R. 1597) [9MY]                       Senior citizens: mandatory sentences relative to violent      Saving Law Enforcement Officers’ Lives Act: President
Insurance: prohibit denial of health coverage based on         felonies committed against older individuals (see             Clinton [30JN]
   status as victim of domestic violence (see H.R. 1201)       H.R. 146) [9JA]                                             Veto of H.R. 1058, Private Securities Litigation Reform
   [10MR]                                                    Sex offenses: sexual exploitation of children (see H.R.         Act: President Clinton [20DE]
International law: provide criminal penalties under the        1240) [15MR]                                              Motions
   Geneva Conventions for certain war crimes (see H.R.       SSI: eliminate fraud in payment of disability benefits        Courts: disapprove certain sentencing guideline amend-
   2587) [7NO]                                                 to children (see H.R. 224) [9JA]                              ments (H.R. 2259) [18OC]

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CRIME                                                                              INDEX
  ———incarceration of violent criminals (H.R. 667)                 Muslim forces (see H. Con. Res. 118; H. Res. 295,         ———H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations
      [9FE] [10FE]                                                 298, 302) [6DE] [12DE] [13DE]                                 [21SE]
  Flag—U.S.: constitutional amendment to prohibit dese-        ———U.S. military enforcement of peace agreement               ———H.R. 1617, consolidate Federal job training pro-
      cration (H.J. Res. 79) [28JN]                                between Serbian, Croatian, and Muslim forces (H.              grams [24OC]
  Law enforcement: provide block grants (H.R. 728)                 Res. 302), consideration (see H. Res. 304) [13DE]       Bills and resolutions introduced by
      [13FE] [14FE]                                            ———U.S. military intervention (see H.R. 2417)                 AFDC: weekly benefits relative to employment or at-
  Securities: reform Federal litigation procedures (H.R.           [28SE]                                                        tendance at courses at educational institutions (see
      1058) [8MR]                                            Messages                                                            H.R. 220) [9JA]
Reports filed                                                  National Emergency Relative to Serbia and Monte-              Air pollution: reclassification of downwind nonattain-
  Apprehension, Detention, and Deportation of Criminal             negro: President Clinton [10MY] [18JY] [11DE]                 ment areas (see H.R. 1582) [9MY]
      Aliens: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.             [27DE]                                                    Aviation: develop information system on, and inves-
      668) (H. Rept. 104–22) [6FE]                           Reports filed                                                       tigation of pilot aptitude (see H.R. 2758) [12DE]
  Comprehensive Antiterrorism Act: Committee on the            Consideration of H. Res. 302, U.S. Military Enforce-
                                                                                                                             California: moratorium on leasing, exploration, and de-
      Judiciary (House) (H.R. 1710) (H. Rept. 104–383)             ment of Peace Agreement Between Serbian, Cro-
                                                                                                                                 velopment of the Outer Continental Shelf (see H.R.
      [5DE]                                                        atian, and Muslim Forces in Bosnia and
                                                                                                                                 219) [9JA]
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1058, Pri-            Herzegovina: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
                                                                                                                             Federal aid programs: termination dates (see H.R. 216)
      vate Securities Litigation Reform Act: Committee             304) (H. Rept. 104–405) [13DE]
                                                                                                                                 [9JA]
      on Rules (House) (H. Res. 290) (H. Rept. 104–          CUBA, REPUBLIC OF                                               Law enforcement officers: exemption from State laws
      382) [5DE]                                             Bills and resolutions
                                                                                                                                 prohibiting carrying of concealed handguns (see H.R.
  Consideration of H.J. Res. 79, Constitutional Amend-         Cuban Democracy Act: ease limitations in food trade
                                                                                                                                 218) [9JA]
      ment To Prohibit Desecration of the U.S. Flag: Com-          and terminate denial of foreign tax credit (see H.R.
                                                                                                                             Marine mammals: support the International Dolphin
      mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 173) (H. Rept.              1254) [15MR]
                                                               ———repeal (see H.R. 367) [9JA]                                    Conservation Program (see H.R. 2179) [3AU]
      104–164) [27JN]                                                                                                        Medicare: reimbursement for services provided to eligi-
  Consideration of H.R. 665, Mandatory Victim Restitu-         Foreign aid: assistance relative to the establishment
                                                                   of a transitional government (see H.R. 611) [20JA]            ble individuals by military or veterans hospitals (see
      tion: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 60) (H.                                                                          H.R. 861) [8FE]
      Rept. 104–19) [6FE]                                      ———provide for the withholding of contributions to
                                                                   certain organizations that assist Iraq, Iran, Libya,      National Blue Ribbon Commission To Eliminate Waste
  Consideration of H.R. 666, Limit the Application of                                                                            in Government: establish (see H.R. 217) [9JA]
      the Exclusionary Rule: Committee on Rules (House)            and Cuba (see H.R. 83) [9JA]
                                                               Foreign policy: allow cash remittances to relatives in        Older Americans Act: reauthorize (see H.R. 2570)
      (H. Res. 61) (H. Rept. 104–20) [6FE]                                                                                       [1NO]
  Consideration of H.R. 667, Incarceration of Violent              Cuba (see H.R. 1704) [24MY]
                                                               ———allow news bureau exchanges between U.S. and             CURRENCY see MONEY
      Criminals: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
                                                                   Cuba (see H.R. 1703) [24MY]                             CUSTOMS SERVICE
      63) (H. Rept. 104–25) [8FE]
                                                               ———congressional notification and reporting require-        Bills and resolutions
  Consideration of H.R. 668, Apprehension, Detention,
                                                                   ments on U.S. negotiations (see H.R. 1909) [21JN]         Aircraft: exemption from customs fees for certain small
      and Deportation of Criminal Aliens: Committee on
                                                               ———grant waiver to allow Cuban nationals to play                  aircraft traveling short distances (see H.R. 604)
      Rules (House) (H. Res. 69) (H. Rept. 104–26) [9FE]
                                                                   professional baseball in the U.S. (see H.R. 2311)             [20JA]
  Consideration of H.R. 728, Block Grants for Law En-
                                                                   [12SE]                                                    Armed Forces: assist INS and Customs Service per-
      forcement: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.           ———strengthen international economic sanctions and
      79) (H. Rept. 104–27) [10FE]                                                                                               sonnel in performing border protection functions (see
                                                                   support transition to democratically elected govern-          H.R. 387, 1224) [9JA] [14MR]
  Consideration of H.R. 1058, Securities Litigation Re-
                                                                   ment (see H.R. 927, 2347; H. Con. Res. 24) [7FE]          Courts: sentencing guidelines relative to the murder
      form Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
                                                                   [14FE] [18SE]                                                 or attempted murder of Customs Service employees
      103) (H. Rept. 104–65) [3MR]                             ———strengthen international economic sanctions and
  ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 105) (H.                                                                                (see H.R. 2737) [7DE]
                                                                   support transition to democratically elected govern-      Federal employees: retirement provisions for certain
      Rept. 104–68) [6MR]
                                                                   ment (H.R. 927), consideration (see H. Res. 225)              INS, Customs Service, and IRS employees (see H.R.
  Consideration of H.R. 2259, Disapproving Certain Sen-
                                                                   [19SE]                                                        1124) [3MR]
      tencing Guideline Amendments: Committee on Rules         Foreign trade: exception to trade embargo for medi-
      (House) (S. Res. 237) (H. Rept. 104–279) [17OC]                                                                        Local government: treatment of customs fees and duties
                                                                   cines and medical supplies, instruments, or equip-
  Constitutional Amendment To Prohibit Desecration of                                                                            relative to communities where fees and duties are
                                                                   ment (see H.R. 1679, 1700) [18MY] [24MY]
      the U.S. Flag: Committee on the Judiciary (House)        ———lift trade embargo (see H.R. 883) [9FE]                        collected (see H.R. 2250) [4AU]
      (H.J. Res. 79) (H. Rept. 104–151) [22JN]                 ———prohibit the importation of sugar into the U.S.            Timothy C. McCaghren Customs Administrative Build-
  Criminal Justice System Clerical and Technical Correc-           from countries that import sugar from Cuba (see               ing, El Paso, TX: designate (see H.R. 2415) [28SE]
      tions: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.              H.R. 84) [9JA]                                            Treaties and agreements: negotiation of bilateral pris-
      2538) (H. Rept. 104–391) [11DE]                          International relations: oppose admission as a member             oner transfer treaties (see H.R. 552) [18JA]
  Criminal Penalties for Escaping From Federal Prison:             of international financial institutions (see H.R. 81)   Reports filed
      Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 1533)               [9JA]                                                     Timothy C. McCaghren Customs Administrative Build-
      (H. Rept. 104–392) [11DE]                              Reports filed                                                       ing, El Paso, TX: Committee on Transportation and
  Debts Relative to Death or Injury Caused by Debtor’s         Consideration of H.R. 927, Cuban Liberty and Demo-                Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 2415) (H. Rept. 104–
      Operation of Watercraft While Intoxicated: Com-              cratic Solidarity Act: Committee on Rules (House)             415) [19DE]
      mittee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 234) (H. Rept.         (H. Res. 225) (H. Rept. 104–253) [19SE]                 CYPRUS, REPUBLIC OF
      104–356) [20NO]                                          Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act: Com-           Bills and resolutions
  Disapprove Certain Sentencing Guideline Amendments:              mittee on International Relations (House) (H.R. 927)      International relations: dispute resolution (see H. Con.
      Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2259)               (H. Rept. 104–202) [24JY]                                     Res. 42) [16MR]
      (H. Rept. 104–272) [29SE]                              CUBAN DEMOCRACY ACT                                             Turkey: implement efforts to eliminate restrictions on
  Effective Death Penalty Act: Committee on the Judici-      Bills and resolutions                                               the enclaved people of Cyprus (see H.R. 2223)
      ary (House) (H.R. 729) (H. Rept. 104–23) [8FE]           Foreign trade: ease limitations in food trade and termi-          [4AU]
  Incarceration of Violent Criminals: Committee on the             nate denial of foreign tax credit (see H.R. 1254)         ———restrict foreign and military assistance condi-
      Judiciary (House) (H.R. 667) (H. Rept. 104–21)               [15MR]                                                        tional to human rights standards (see H.R. 1274)
      [6FE]                                                    Repeal (see H.R. 367) [9JA]                                       [21MR]
  Law Enforcement Block Grants: Committee on the Ju-         CUBAN LIBERTY AND DEMOCRATIC SOLI-
      diciary (House) (H.R. 728) (H. Rept. 104–24) [8FE]                                                                   DALIBERTI, DAVID
                                                                   DARITY ACT                                              Bills and resolutions
  Limit the Application of the Exclusionary Rule: Com-       Reports filed
      mittee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 666) (H. Rept.                                                                   Iraq: detention of U.S. citizens relative to illegal bor-
                                                               Consideration of H.R. 927, Provisions: Committee on
      104–17) [2FE]                                                                                                              der-crossing incident (see H. Res. 120) [29MR]
                                                                   Rules (House) (H. Res. 225) (H. Rept. 104–253)
  Mandatory Victim Restitution: Committee on the Judi-             [19SE]                                                  DALLAS, TX
      ciary (House) (H.R. 665) (H. Rept. 104–16) [2FE]         Provisions: Committee on International Relations            Bills and resolutions
  Private Securities Litigation Reform Act: Committee              (House) (H.R. 927) (H. Rept. 104–202) [24JY]              Aviation: remove air carrier departure and destination
      of Conference (H.R. 1058) (H. Rept. 104–369)           CUBIN, BARBARA (a Representative from Wyoming)                      restrictions on Dallas Love Field Airport (see H.R.
      [28NO]                                                 Bills and resolutions introduced by                                 774) [1FE]
  Sexual Exploitation of Children: Committee on the Ju-        Mining and mineral resources: provide States with ex-       DAMS
      diciary (House) (H.R. 1240) (H. Rept. 104–90)                clusive jurisdiction over regulation of surface coal    Bills and resolutions
      [28MR]                                                       mining within their borders (see H.R. 2372) [21SE]        Colorado River Basin: control of salinity upstream of
CROATIA                                                      CUNNINGHAM, RANDY ‘‘DUKE’’ (a Representative                        Imperial Dam (see H.R. 930) [14FE]
Bills and resolutions                                              from California)                                          ———control of salinity upstream of Imperial Dam
  Bosnia and Herzegovina: U.S. military enforcement of       Appointments                                                        (S. 523), technical corrections (see H. Con. Res.
      peace agreement between Serbian, Croatian, and           Conferee: H.R. 4, Personal Responsibility Act [24OC]              82) [11JY]

                                                                                      3306
                                                                                     INDEX                                                                       DE LA    GARZA, E

  Native Americans: establish trust fund for certain tribal   Bills and resolutions introduced by                            Bills and resolutions
      infrastructure projects for the Crow Creek Sioux          Armed Forces: assist INS and Customs Service per-              Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for mili-
      Tribe (see H.R. 2512) [19OC]                                  sonnel in performing border protection functions (see          tary construction, family housing, and base closure
  Nebraska: Lost Creek flood control project costs rel-             H.R. 1224) [14MR]                                              and realignment (see H.R. 1817) [13JN]
      ative to judgment funds (see H.R. 1071) [28FE]            Members of Congress: constitutional amendment to               ———authorizing appropriations for military construc-
  North Bonneville, WA: conveyance of land by Corps                 limit terms (see H.J. Res. 66) [27JA]                          tion, family housing, and base closure and realign-
      of Engineers (see H.R. 1340) [28MR]                       National parks and recreation areas: highway relocation            ment (H.R. 1817), consideration (see H. Res. 167)
  Rocky Mountain National Park: designate certain lands             assistance relative to the Chickamauga and Chat-               [15JN]
      as wilderness (see H.R. 621) [20JA]                           tanooga National Military Parks (see H.R. 848)             ———authorizing appropriations for military construc-
  States: delegation of dam safety authority to State gov-          [7FE]                                                          tion, family housing, and base closure and realign-
      ernments (see H.R. 2302) [12SE]                           Public welfare programs: reform (see H.R. 982, 1267)               ment (H.R. 1817), consideration of conference report
  Trinity Lake: designate reservoir (see H.R. 1070)                 [16FE] [21MR]                                                  (see H. Res. 223) [19SE]
      [28FE]                                                  DEATH AND DYING                                                  El Toro Marine Corps Air Station: convey lands to
  Wisconsin: transfer lands associated with LaFarge Dam       Bills and resolutions                                                Orange County, CA (see H.R. 1607) [10MY]
      and Lake (see H.R. 50) [9JA]                              Cemeteries and funerals: tax treatment of owners of            Federal employees: treatment of early-retirement reduc-
Reports filed                                                       pre-need funeral trusts (see H.R. 1729) [25MY]                 tion regulations relative to defense base closures (see
  Control of Colorado River Basin Salinity Upstream             Civil defense: public safety officer death benefits eligi-         H.R. 2375) [21SE]
      of Imperial Dam: Committee on Resources (House)               bility for certain civil defense and FEMA employees        Recommendations (see H.J. Res. 101, 102) [13JY]
      (S. 523) (H. Rept. 104–132) [7JN]                             (see H.R. 938) [14FE]                                          [18JY] [1AU]
  Trinity Lake Reservoir: Committee on Resources                Health: include organ donation forms and information         Conference reports
      (House) (H.R. 1070) (H. Rept. 104–134) [7JN]                  in individual income tax refund payments (see H.R.         Dept. of Defense Military Construction, Family Hous-
DANNER, PAT (a Representative from Missouri)                        1889) [20JN]                                                   ing, and Base Closure and Realignment Appropria-
Bills and resolutions introduced by                             National cemeteries: expand eligibility for burial of              tions (H.R. 1817) [14SE]
  Aviation: repeal increase in transportation fuels tax ap-                                                                  Messages
                                                                    veterans who die in State nursing homes (see H.R.
                                                                                                                               Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission
      plicable to commercial aviation (see H.R. 874) [9FE]          2513) [19OC]
                                                                                                                                   Recommendations: President Clinton [13JY]
  House of Representatives: official mail allowance (see        Social Security: revise effective dates for discontinu-
                                                                                                                             Motions
      H.R. 504) [13JA]                                              ance of benefits after death (see H.R. 163) [9JA]          Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations for mili-
  Medicare: combat waste, fraud and abuse (see H.R.             Taxation: treatment of accelerated death benefits under            tary construction, family housing, and base closure
      1668) [18MY]                                                  life insurance contracts (see H.R. 99) [9JA]                   and realignment (H.R. 1817) [7SE]
  Members of Congress: constitutional amendment to              Veterans: revise effective dates for discontinuance of       Reports filed
      limit terms (see H.J. Res. 92) [24MY]                         compensation and pension benefits (see H.R. 109)           Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1817,
  Missouri River: control of water relative to navigation           [9JA]                                                          Military Construction, Family Housing, and Base
      and flood control (see H.R. 1351) [29MR]                DEATH PENALTY see CAPITAL PUNISHMENT                                 Closure and Realignment Appropriations: Committee
  Nonprofit organizations: encourage the donation of          DECATUR, AL                                                          on Rules (House) (H. Res. 223) (H. Rept. 104–
      food and grocery products to needy individuals (see     Reports filed                                                        251) [19SE]
      H.R. 2428) [29SE]                                         Seybourn H. Lynne Federal Courthouse, Decatur, AL:             Consideration of H.R. 1817, Military Construction,
DANTE (vessel)                                                      Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure                 Family Housing, and Base Closure and Realignment
Bills and resolutions                                               (House) (S. 369) (H. Rept. 104–419) [19DE]                     Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H.
  Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 1236) [14MR]         DEER LODGE COUNTY, MT                                                Res. 167) (H. Rept. 104–140) [15JN]
DATA see INFORMATION SERVICES                                 Bills and resolutions                                            Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission
DAVIS, THOMAS M., III (a Representative from Vir-               FERC: payment by local governments of charges for                  Recommendations: Committee on National Security
      ginia)                                                        hydroelectric projects in Granite and Deer Lodge               (House) (H.J. Res. 102) (H. Rept. 104–220) [1AU]
Appointments                                                        Counties, MT (see H.R. 944) [14FE]                         Dept. of Defense Military Construction, Family Hous-
  Conferee: H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations        DEFAZIO, PETER A. (a Representative from Oregon)                     ing, and Base Closure and Realignment Appropria-
      [21SE]                                                  Bills and resolutions introduced by                                  tions: Committee of Conference (H.R. 1817) (H.
  ———S. 1, Unfunded Mandate Reform Act [1FE]                    Armed Forces: amend the War Powers Resolution de-                  Rept. 104–247) [14SE]
Bills and resolutions introduced by                                 fining the congressional and Presidential role in the      Military Construction, Family Housing, and Base Clo-
  Courts: restrict the authority of the Superior Court of           use of troops overseas (see H.J. Res. 95) [16JN]               sure and Realignment Appropriations: Committee on
      the District of Columbia over certain cases involving     Bonneville Power Administration: debt refinancing                  Appropriations (House) (H.R. 1817) (H. Rept. 104–
      child custody and visitation rights (see H.R. 1855)           agreement at prevailing interest rates and payment             104) [13JN]
      [15JN]                                                        of refinancing fee to U.S. Treasury (see H.R. 599)       DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT
  District of Columbia Financial Responsibility and Man-            [20JA]                                                   Bills and resolutions
      agement Assistance Authority: establish (see H.R.         Dept. of Defense: reduce size of operational support           Reauthorization (see H.R. 2204) [4AU]
      1345) [29MR]                                                  aircraft fleet (see H.R. 1973) [30JN]                    DEFICIT see PUBLIC DEBT
  House of Representatives: official mail allowance (see        FERC: extension of deadline for construction of hydro-       DEFICIT REDUCTION LOCKBOX ACT
      H.R. 847) [7FE]                                               electric project in Oregon (see H.R. 1835) [14JN]        Bills and resolutions
  Money: require continued availability of $1 Federal           Fish and fishing: use of relief funds to compensate            Enact (see H.R. 1162) [8MR]
      Reserve notes for circulation (see H.R. 1043) [24FE]          revenue loss of commercial fisheries during disasters      Enact (H.R. 1162): consideration (see H. Res. 218)
  Too Much Fun (vessel): certificate of documentation               (see H.R. 2673) [20NO]                                         [12SE]
      (see H.R. 1599) [9MY]                                                                                                  Reports filed
                                                                Health: accessibility of alternative treatments and medi-
  Washington, George: mint coins in commemoration of                                                                           Consideration of H.R. 1162, Provisions: Committee on
                                                                    cines (see H.R. 2019) [12JY]
      200th anniversary of death (see H.R. 2026) [13JY]                                                                            Rules (House) (H. Res. 218) (H. Rept. 104–243)
                                                                ———require health plans to provide coverage for a
DAY CARE see CHILDREN AND YOUTH                                                                                                    [12SE]
                                                                    minimum hospital stay for mothers and newborn in-          Provisions: Committee on Rules (House) (H.R. 1162)
DAYTON, OH                                                          fants following birth (see H.R. 1955) [29JN]
Bills and resolutions                                                                                                              (H. Rept. 104–205) [25JY]
                                                                House of Representatives: require public recordkeeping
  Dayton Aviation Heritage Preservation Act: amend (see                                                                      DEL NORTE COUNTY, CA
                                                                    of lobbyist visits (see H.R. 2629) [14NO]
      H.R. 606) [20JA]                                                                                                       Bills and resolutions
                                                                Members of Congress: eliminate automatic salary ad-            California: conveyance of land to the Del Norte County
Reports filed                                                       justments (see H.R. 2588) [7NO]
  Dayton Aviation Heritage Preservation Act Amend-                                                                                 Unified School District (see H.R. 2709) [5DE]
                                                                NAFTA: withdrawal (see H.R. 499) [13JA]
      ments: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 606)                                                                       DE LA GARZA, E (a Representative from Texas)
                                                                Selective Service System: suspend registration require-      Appointments
      (H. Rept. 104–58) [28FE]                                      ment and activities except during national emer-           Conferee: H.R. 4, Personal Responsibility Act [29SE]
DAYTON AVIATION HERITAGE PRESERVATION                               gencies (see H.R. 1709) [25MY]                             ———H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations
      ACT                                                       Taxation: employment taxes relative to compensation                [21SE]
Bills and resolutions                                               for unpaid wages (see H.R. 1088) [1MR]                     ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent
  Amend (see H.R. 606) [20JA]                                   Weapons: deployment policy for ballistic missile sys-              budget resolution [30OC]
Reports filed                                                       tems (see H.R. 983) [16FE]                                 Mexico-U.S. Interparliamentary Group [3MY]
  Amend: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 606)            DEFENSE BASE CLOSURE AND REALIGNMENT                           Bills and resolutions introduced by
      (H. Rept. 104–58) [28FE]                                      COMMISSION                                                 Budget: constitutional amendment to require balanced
DEAF see DISABLED                                             Appointments                                                         (see H.J. Res. 20) [9JA]
DEAL, NATHAN (a Representative from Georgia)                    Conferees: H.R. 1817, military construction, family            Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act:
Appointments                                                        housing, and base closure and realignment appropria-           amend relative to minor use of pesticides (see H.R.
  Committee on Commerce (House) [10MY]                              tions [7SE]                                                    1352) [29MR]

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DE LA   GARZA, E                                                                    INDEX
  Food stamps: program integrity (see H.R. 1093) [1MR]          ———S. 395, sale of Alaska Power Administration               National Endowment for Democracy: President Clinton
  North American Border Stations Improvements Act:                  hydroelectric projects and export of Alaska North            [6MR]
      enact (see H.R. 1428) [6AP]                                   Slope crude oil [25JY]                                 Motions
  Prayer: constitutional amendment on voluntary school        Bills and resolutions introduced by                            China, People’s Republic of: most-favored-nation status
      prayer (see H.J. Res. 19) [9JA]                           Economy: national objectives priority assignments (see           (H.J. Res. 96) [20JY]
  Public welfare programs: support community food se-               H.R. 1050) [24FE]                                      Reports filed
      curity projects relative to low-income individuals        Health: national policy to provide health care and re-       Consideration of H.R. 927, Cuban Liberty and Demo-
      (see H.R. 2003) [11JY]                                        form insurance procedures (see H.R. 1798) [8JN]              cratic Solidarity Act: Committee on Rules (House)
  Rural areas: grants to assist colonias relative to waste-   Motions offered by                                                 (H. Res. 225) (H. Rept. 104–253) [19SE]
      water disposal (see H.R. 908) [13FE]                      Dept. of Defense: authorizing appropriations (H.R.           Consideration of H.R. 2058, China Policy Act and
  Taxation: tax credit for investment in the revitalization         1530) [15JN] [21SE]                                          H.J. Res. 96, Most-Favored-Nation Status for the
      of communities (see H.R. 2163) [2AU]                    DEMOCRACY                                                          People’s Republic of China: Committee on Rules
DELAURO, ROSA L. (a Representative from Con-                  Bills and resolutions                                              (House) (H. Res. 193) (H. Rept. 104–194) [19JY]
      necticut)                                                 Bangladesh: democracy efforts (see H. Con. Res. 86)          Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act: Com-
Appointments                                                        [24JY]                                                       mittee on International Relations (House) (H.R. 927)
  Minority objectors for the private calendar [2NO]             Burma: restore democratic rule (see H. Res. 274)                 (H. Rept. 104–202) [24JY]
Bills and resolutions introduced by                                 [17NO]                                                   Most-Favored-Nation Status for the People’s Republic
  Crime: prevention of fraud relative to provision of or        Cameroon: democracy and human rights situation (see              of China: Committee on Ways and Means (House)
      receipt of payment for health care services (see H.R.         H. Con. Res. 93) [4AU]                                       (H.J. Res. 96) (H. Rept. 104–188) [17JY]
      1758) [7JN]                                               China, People’s Republic of: human rights violations       DEMOCRATIC PARTY
  Health: prohibit discrimination in employer health ben-           (see H.R. 1849) [14JN]                                 Appointments
      efit plans relative to neurobiological disorders (see     ———most-favored-nation status (see H.J. Res. 96)             Minority objectors for the private calendar [2NO]
      H.R. 1797) [8JN]                                              [16JN]                                                 Bills and resolutions
  Medicare: coverage of paramedic intercept ambulance           ———most-favored-nation status (H.J. Res. 96), con-           Committee on House Oversight (House): minority party
      support services (see H.R. 1757) [7JN]                        sideration (see H. Res. 193) [19JY]                          appointments (see H. Res. 32) [11JA]
  National Association of Radio Talk Show Hosts: hon-           ———U.S. policy (see H.R. 2058) [19JY]                        Committee on Rules (House): minority party appoint-
      oring of G. Gordon Liddy relative to characterization     ———U.S. policy (H.R. 2058), consideration (see H.                ments (see H. Res. 34) [11JA]
      of Federal law enforcement officers (see H. Res.              Res. 193) [19JY]                                         Committee on Standards of Official Conduct (House):
      153) [18MY]                                               China, Republic of: U.N. membership (see H. Con.                 minority party appointments (see H. Res. 42) [20JA]
                                                                    Res. 12, 63) [9JA] [7AP]                                 Committees of the House: minority party appointments
DELAY, TOM (a Representative from Texas)
                                                                Cuba: strengthen international economic sanctions and            (see H. Res. 12, 31, 166, 186, 229, 281) [9JA]
Appointments
  Committee To Escort Israeli Prime Minister Shimon                 support transition to democratically elected govern-         [13JN] [12JY] [13JY] [27SE] [20NO]
      Peres Into the House Chamber [12DE]                           ment (see H.R. 927, 2347; H. Con. Res. 24) [7FE]         House of Representatives: compensation of certain mi-
  Committee To Escort South Korean President Kim                    [14FE] [18SE]                                                nority employees (see H. Res. 7) [9JA]
                                                                ———strengthen international economic sanctions and           ———declare vacant the office of a Member who
      Young Sam Into the House Chamber [26JY]
  Committee To Escort the President [24JA]                          support transition to democratically elected govern-         announces a change in political party affiliation (see
  Conferee: H.R. 1158, supplemental appropriations and              ment (H.R. 927), consideration (see H. Res. 225)             H. Res. 203) [25JY]
      rescissions [2MY]                                             [19SE]                                                   ———funding for the Republican Steering Committee
  ———H.R. 2002, Dept. of Transportation and related             ———U.S. assistance relative to the establishment of              and the Democratic Policy Committee (see H. Res.
      agencies appropriations [8SE]                                 a transitional government (see H.R. 611) [20JA]              9) [9JA]
                                                                Cuban Democracy Act: ease limitations in food trade          ———require Members who change political parties
  ———H.R. 2099, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and
                                                                    and terminate denial of foreign tax credit (see H.R.         to repay certain funds to their former party (see
      HUD, and sundry independent agencies appropria-
                                                                    1254) [15MR]                                                 H. Res. 202) [25JY]
      tions [2NO]
                                                                ———repeal (see H.R. 367) [9JA]
  ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent                                                                           DENTISTS see HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS
                                                                Foreign trade: prohibit the importation of sugar into
      budget resolution [30OC]                                                                                             DENVER, CO
                                                                    the U.S. from countries that import sugar from Cuba
Bills and resolutions introduced by                                                                                        Bills and resolutions
                                                                    (see H.R. 84) [9JA]
  Air pollution: repeal certain Clean Air Act stratospheric                                                                  Roads and highways: establish highway corridor dem-
                                                                Haiti: establish a nongovernmental assistance program
      ozone protection provisions (see H.R. 475) [11JA]                                                                          onstration project from Chihuahua, Mexico, through
                                                                    (see H.R. 617) [20JA]
  ———repeal certain Clean Air Act toxic air emission                                                                             El Paso, TX, to Denver, CO (see H.R. 202) [9JA]
                                                                India: free and fair elections in Jammu and Kashmir
      provisions (see H.R. 473) [11JA]                                                                                     DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE related term(s)
                                                                    (see H. Con. Res. 57) [5AP]
  Armed Forces: prohibit uniform requirements involving         ———self-determination for the independence of the                AGRICULTURE; FOREST SERVICE
      the display of U.N. insignia (see H.R. 2540) [26OC]           Sikh nation homeland, Punjab, Khalistan (see H.        Appointments
  Clean Air Act: repeal certain amendments (see H.R.                                                                         Conferees: H.R. 1976, agriculture, rural development,
                                                                    Con. Res. 32) [22FE]
      479) [11JA]                                               Kosovo: civil liberties violations against ethnic Alba-          FDA, and related agencies programs appropriations
  Congress: joint session for the State of the Union Mes-           nians (see H.R. 1360) [30MR]                                 [20SE]
      sage (see H. Con. Res. 16) [23JA]                         Military assistance: prohibit to governments that are      Bills and resolutions
  Government regulations: moratorium on regulatory                  undemocratic, engaged in armed aggression, or in         Agriculture: eliminate the Market Promotion Program
      rulemaking actions (see H.R. 450) [9JA]                       violation of human rights or arms control standards          (see H.R. 1749) [6JN]
  Motor vehicles: allow emission reductions caused by               (see H.R. 772) [1FE]                                     ———establish marketing loans and total acreage base
      fleet turnover to be credited under the Clean Air         Mongolia: anniversary of democratic elections (see H.            for upland cotton, feed grains, rice, oilseeds, and
      Act (see H.R. 477) [11JA]                                     Res. 158) [25MY]                                             wheat (see H.R. 2532) [25OC]
  ———prohibit Federal requirement for State plans on            National Endowment for Democracy: terminate U.S.             ———improve agricultural resources conservation pro-
      trip reduction requirements (see H.R. 478) [11JA]             assistance (see H.R. 297) [9JA]                              grams (see H.R. 2542) [26OC]
  ———repeal certain Clean Air Act emission standards            Nigeria: efforts towards democracy (see H. Con. Res.         ———labeling of milk products relative to bovine
      (see H.R. 476) [11JA]                                         40) [15MR]                                                   growth hormones, and development of residue test
  ———repeal certain Clean Air Act ozone nonattain-              ———impose economic sanctions (see H.R. 2697)                     (see H.R. 2084) [20JY]
      ment area provisions relative to mandatory State ve-          [30NO]                                                   ———poultry labeling regulations (see H.R. 203,
      hicle inspection and maintenance programs (see H.R.       Russia: protection of freedom of the press and freedom           2672) [9JA] [20NO]
      480) [11JA]                                                   of expression (see H. Con. Res. 84, 90, 95) [20JY]       ———price supports (see H.R. 2195, 2330, 2523)
  Water pollution: repeal certain Clean Air Act acid rain           [2AU] [4AU]                                                  [4AU] [14SE] [24OC]
      provisions (see H.R. 474) [11JA]                          ———removal of troops from Kaliningrad (see H.                ———price supports for honey (see H.R. 1235)
Motions offered by                                                  Con. Res. 51) [28MR]                                         [14MR]
  Economy: national objectives priority assignments             U.S. Academy for Democracy and Civil-Military Rela-          ———price supports for milk (see H.R. 2000, 2324,
      (H.R. 9) [3MR]                                                tions: establish (see H.R. 2652) [16NO]                      2362) [10JY] [13SE] [19SE]
  House Rules: allow motions to suspend rules (H. Res.          Ukraine: support democratic and sovereignty efforts          ———price supports for peanuts (see H.R. 2189)
      275) [18NO]                                                   and political and economic progress (see H. Con.             [3AU]
DELLUMS, RONALD V. (a Representative from Cali-                     Res. 120) [15DE]                                         ———price supports for sugar (see H.R. 1687)
      fornia)                                                   Voting: constitutional amendment allowing the proposal           [23MY]
Appointments                                                        and enactment of laws by popular vote of the people      ———prohibit transfer or marketing of nonambulatory
  Conferee: H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations              (see H.J. Res. 11) [9JA]                                     cattle, sheep, swine, horses, mules, or goats (see
      [21SE]                                                  Messages                                                           H.R. 2143) [31JY]
  ———H.R. 2491, reconciliation of the concurrent                National Emergency Relative to Haiti: President Clin-        ———promotion program for popcorn (see H.R. 2593)
      budget resolution [30OC]                                      ton [3FE]                                                    [7NO]

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                                                                                  INDEX                                                      DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

———purchase of catastrophic risk protection and               Rolla, MO: convey certain lands (see H.R. 701) [26JA]         Fish and fishing: require specific authorization for
  clarify the prevented planting rule (see H.R. 2147)         Stuttgart, AR: transfer the Fish Farming Experimental           ocean harvesting operations (see H.R. 898) [10FE]
  [31JY]                                                        Laboratory to the Dept. of Agriculture (see H.R.            Kuwait: investigation of financial and commercial treat-
———repeal price support and agricultural promotion              33) [9JA]                                                     ment of U.S. citizens and commercial dispute resolu-
  programs (see H.R. 2787) [15DE]                             Sumpter, OR: convey certain lands (see H.R. 1581)               tion process (see H.R. 2042) [13JY]
———research, promotion, and market development                  [9MY]                                                       Minority Business Development Administration: estab-
  of canola and rapeseed products (see H.R. 2509)             Wayne National Forest: land exchange between the                lish (see H.R. 114) [9JA]
  [19OC]                                                        National Park Service and the Ironton Country Club          National Institute of Standards and Technology: author-
———revise soybean promotion, research, and con-                 (see H.R. 2023) [12JY]                                        izing appropriations for industrial technology serv-
  sumer information programs (see H.R. 2577) [2NO]            Wenatachee National Forest: land exchange (see H.R.             ices (see H.R. 1871) [16JN]
———use of integrated, site-specific farm management             2518) [20OC]                                                National Marine Fisheries Service: convey to Massa-
  plans (see H.R. 2339) [14SE]                                Wetlands: determinations relative to agricultural lands         chusetts the laboratory in Gloucester, MA (see H.R.
Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agen-          (see H.R. 1949) [28JN]                                        1358) [29MR]
  cies programs: authorizing appropriations (see H.R.       Conference reports                                              National Weather Service: eliminate certain activities
  1976) [30JN]                                                Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related                and functions (see H.R. 1450) [6AP]
———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1976), consid-              Agencies Programs Appropriations (H.R. 1976)                NOAA: establish aquaculture facilities and develop-
  eration (see H. Res. 188) [12JY]                              [28SE]                                                        ment programs (see H.R. 2046) [17JY]
———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1976), consid-          Motions                                                         Oceans: conduct research program to evaluate tech-
  eration of conference report (see H. Res. 235) [29SE]       Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agen-          nology for depositing certain waste on the deep
American Samoa: nutrition assistance programs (see              cies programs: authorizing appropriations (H.R.               ocean seabed (see H.R. 1344) [29MR]
  H.R. 1059) [27FE]                                             1976) [20SE] [12OC]                                         Patent and Trademark Office: convert to Government
Angeles National Forest: extend authority for land pur-     Reports filed                                                     corporation (see H.R. 1659) [17MY]
  chases (see H.R. 1223) [14MR]                               Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related              ———reexamination proceedings (see H.R. 1732)
———prohibit transfer of lands for use as a solid                Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee of                [25MY]
  waste landfill (see H.R. 924) [13FE]                          Conference (H.R. 1976) (H. Rept. 104–268) [28SE]            Patents: early publication of patent applications (see
                                                              ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.                    H.R. 1733) [25MY]
Animals: require humane transport of horses en route
                                                                1976) (H. Rept. 104–172) [30JN]                             Poverty: corrections in data relative to cost-of-living
  to slaughtering facilities (see H.R. 2433) [29SE]
                                                              Cleveland National Forest Land Exchange and Bound-
Aquaculture: authorize aquaculture research under the                                                                         statistics (see H.R. 547) [17JA]
                                                                ary Adjustment: Committee on Resources (House)              ———publication of data (see H.R. 919) [13FE]
  Dept. of Agriculture (see H.R. 1205) [10MR]
                                                                (H.R. 207) (H. Rept. 104–310) [6NO]                         Science: authorizing appropriations for Federal civilian
Cleveland National Forest: land exchange and boundary
                                                              Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1976, Ag-
  adjustment (see H.R. 207) [9JA]                                                                                             science activities (see H.R. 2405) [27SE]
                                                                riculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related
Conservation of natural resources: extend the Conserva-                                                                     ———authorizing appropriations for Federal civilian
                                                                Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee on
  tion Reserve Program and the Wetlands Reserve Pro-                                                                          science activities (H.R. 2405), consideration (see H.
                                                                Rules (House) (H. Res. 235) (H. Rept. 104–271)
  gram (see H.R. 67) [9JA]                                                                                                    Res. 234) [29SE]
                                                                [29SE]
Disasters: emergency assistance for crop losses in fed-                                                                   Conference reports
                                                              Consideration of H.R. 1976, Agriculture, Rural Devel-
  erally designated disaster areas (see H.R. 1430,                                                                          Depts. of Commerce, Justice, State, and the Judiciary
                                                                opment, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs Ap-
  2343) [6AP] [14SE]                                                                                                          Appropriations (H.R. 2076) [4DE]
                                                                propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
Executive departments: abolish Department and transfer                                                                    Messages
                                                                188) (H. Rept. 104–185) [12JY]
  certain programs to an agribusiness block grant pro-                                                                      Processing of Export License Applications: President
                                                              Convey Certain Lands to Rolla, MO: Committee on
  gram (see H.R. 1354) [29MR]                                                                                                 Clinton [6DE]
                                                                Agriculture (House) (H.R. 701) (H. Rept. 104–215)
Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corp.: improve oper-                                                                          Veto of H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and
                                                                [31JY]
  ation (see H.R. 2130) [27JY]                                                                                                State and the Judiciary Appropriations: President
                                                              Food Stamp Program Reform: Committee on Agri-
Food stamps: program integrity (see H.R. 1093) [1MR]                                                                          Clinton [19DE]
                                                                culture (House) (H.R. 1135) (H. Rept. 104–77)
———reduce fraud (see H.R. 1094) [1MR]                                                                                     Motions
                                                                [14MR]
———reform program (see H.R. 1135) [6MR]                       Prohibit Transfer of Angeles National Forest Lands            Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-
Forest Service: assure operations are free of racial,           for Use as a Solid Waste Landfill: Committee on               ary: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076) [18OC]
  sexual, and ethnic discrimination (see H.R. 1716)                                                                         ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), con-
                                                                Resources (House) (H.R. 924) (H. Rept. 104–309)
  [25MY]                                                                                                                      ference report [6DE]
                                                                [6NO]
———use of stewardship contracting in demonstration            Sumpter, OR, Land Conveyance: Committee on Re-                ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), veto
  program to restore and maintain ecological integrity          sources (House) (H.R. 1581) (H. Rept. 104–308)                [20DE]
  and productivity of forest ecosystems (see H.R.               [6NO]                                                     Reports filed
  1682) [18MY]                                                Transfer the Stuttgart, AR, Fish Farming Experimental         Abolishment: Committee on Ways and Means (House)
Government: Federal assessment of whether Federal               Laboratory to the Dept. of Agriculture: Committee             (H.R. 1756) (H. Rept. 104–260) [21SE]
  regulations could result in the taking of private prop-       on Resources (House) (H.R. 33) (H. Rept. 104–357)           Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2076,
  erty (see H.R. 130) [9JA]                                     [28NO]                                                        Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judi-
———improve determination procedures for the taking                                                                            ciary Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House)
                                                            DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE related term(s) NA-
  of private property (see H.R. 1277) [21MR]                                                                                  (H. Res. 289) (H. Rept. 104–381) [5DE]
                                                                TIONAL INSTITUTE OF STANDARDS AND TECH-
Government regulations: extend certain authorities (see                                                                     Consideration of H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Jus-
                                                                NOLOGY
  H.R. 2775) [13DE]                                         Appointments                                                      tice, and State and the Judiciary Appropriations:
Housing: guarantee the repayment of loans made by             Conferees: H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Justice,              Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 198) Rept.
  private lenders for costs of certain rural rental hous-         and State and the Judiciary appropriations [18OC]           104–200) [21JY]
  ing (see H.R. 66) [9JA]                                   Bills and resolutions                                           Consideration of H.R. 2405, Federal Civilian Science
Milk: use of distance or transportation costs as a basis      Abolish (see H.R. 1756) [7JN]                                   Activities Appropriations: Committee on Rules
  for pricing milk (see H.R. 1808) [8JN]                      Appropriations: authorizing for scientific research serv-       (House) (H. Res. 234) (H. Rept. 104–270) [29SE]
National Forest System: acquisition of lands relative             ices and facilities (see H.R. 1870) [16JN]                Convey the National Marine Fisheries Service Labora-
  to reduced property tax revenues in county of pur-          Business and industry: enhance manufacturing tech-              tory in Gloucester, MA, to Massachusetts: Com-
  chase (see H.R. 1089) [1MR]                                     nology programs (see H.R. 1844) [14JN]                      mittee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1358) (H. Rept.
National forests: clarify regulations for ski area permit     Consumers: establish a toll-free telephone number in            104–287) [20OC]
  issuance and the suspension of mineral leasing laws             the Dept. of Commerce to assist consumers in identi-      Dept. of Commerce Scientific Research Services and
  in ski areas (see H.R. 1527) [1MY]                              fying domestically-produced merchandise (see H.R.           Facilities Appropriations: Committee on Science
New York: Dept. of Agriculture contributions toward               447) [9JA]                                                  (House) (H.R. 1870) (H. Rept. 104–232) [4AU]
  the purchase of the Sterling Forest (see H.R. 194)          Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-        Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-
  [9JA]                                                           ary: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 2076)             ary Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R.
North Platte National Wildlife Refuge: boundary ad-               [19JY]                                                      2076) (H. Rept. 104–378) [4DE]
  justment (see H.R. 2679) [28NO]                             ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), consid-            ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act: repeal (see              eration (see H. Res. 198) [21JY]                            2076) (H. Rept. 104–196) [19JY]
  H.R. 669) [25JA]                                            ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), consid-          DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE related term(s) CORPS
Pollution: prescribe by regulation the representation of          eration of conference report (see H. Res. 289) [5DE]        OF ENGINEERS; NATIONAL GUARD; NATIONAL SE-
  ‘‘Woodsy Owl’’ (see H.R. 1269) [21MR]                       Education: establish loan guarantee program for tele-           CURITY
Public lands: improve process for land exchanges with             communications satellites dedicated to instructional    Appointments
  the Forest Service and BLM (see H.R. 2466) [11OC]               programming (see H.R. 1908) [21JN]                        Conferees: H.R. 889, Dept. of Defense supplemental
REA: loans to electric generation and transmission co-        Federal Statistical Service: establish (see H.R. 2521)          appropriations and rescissions to enhance military
  operatives (see H.R. 403) [9JA]                                 [24OC]                                                      readiness [28MR]

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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE                                                              INDEX
  ———H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations                   panying the Armed Forces abroad (see H.R. 808)          Correctional institutions: conversion of certain military
      [21SE]                                                      [2FE]                                                     installations into facilities for youthful offenders (see
  ———H.R. 1817, military construction, family hous-             ———provide retirees all benefits promised to them           H.R. 472) [11JA]
      ing, and base closure and realignment appropriations        upon enlistment (see H.R. 206) [9JA]                    C–17 Airlifter Program: terminate use nondevelop-
      [7SE]                                                     ———use of military health care system and com-              mental aircrafts to meet strategic airlift requirements
  ———H.R. 2126, Dept. of Defense appropriations                   missary stores by an unremarried former spouse (see       (see H.R. 703) [26JA]
      [13SE] [14SE] [18OC]                                        H.R. 1726, 2096) [25MY] [21JY]                          Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission:
Bills and resolutions                                           Arms control: reduction of nuclear weapons (see H.R.        recommendations (see H.J. Res. 101, 102) [13JY]
  Acquisition: reform procedures (see H.R. 1368)                  1511) [7AP]                                               [18JY] [1AU]
      [30MR]                                                    Aviation: reduce size of operational support aircraft     Defense Nuclear Facilities: waste management and en-
  Air Force: grant recognition for meritorious service            fleet (see H.R. 1973) [30JN]                              vironmental restoration efforts (see H.R. 2110)
      to aviators who meet the qualification standards of       Belle Fourche, SD: conveyance of land at the radar          [25JY]
      the Escape and Evasion Society (see H. Res. 37)             bomb scoring site (see H.R. 2680) [28NO]                Defense Production Act: reauthorization (see H.R.
                                                                Bosnia and Herzegovina: require congressional ap-
      [17JA]                                                                                                                2204) [4AU]
                                                                  proval prior to U.S. military intervention (see H.R.
  Animals: reporting requirements for research facilities                                                                 Dept. of Energy: provide health benefits to former de-
                                                                  2550, 2606, 2770) [26OC] [9NO] [13DE]
      conducting experimentation and testing (see H.R.                                                                      fense nuclear facility employees exposed to ionizing
                                                                ———require congressional approval prior to U.S.
      1547) [2MY]                                                                                                           radiation (see H.R. 1903) [20JN]
                                                                  military intervention (H.R. 2606), consideration (see
  Appropriations: authorizing (see H.R. 1530) [2MY]                                                                       Dept. of the Interior: conduct study relative to Fort
                                                                  H. Res. 273) [16NO]
  ———authorizing for military construction, family              ———require congressional approval prior to U.S.             King, FL (see H.R. 369) [9JA]
      housing, and base closure and realignment (see H.R.         military intervention (H.R. 2770), consideration (see   El Centro, CA: withdraw and reserve certain public
      1817) [13JN]                                                H. Res. 304) [13DE]                                       lands utilized by the Naval Air Facility (see H.R.
  ———authorizing for military construction, family              ———U.S. military enforcement of peace agreement             1308) [23MR]
      housing, and base closure and realignment (H.R.             between Serbian, Croatian, and Muslim forces (see       El Toro Marine Corps Air Station: convey lands to
      1817), consideration (see H. Res. 167) [15JN]               H. Con. Res. 118; H. Res. 295, 298, 302) [6DE]            Orange County, CA (see H.R. 1607) [10MY]
  ———authorizing for military construction, family                [12DE] [13DE]                                           Employment: demonstration project to improve per-
      housing, and base closure and realignment (H.R.           ———U.S. military enforcement of peace agreement             sonnel policies relative to acquisition work force (see
      1817), consideration of conference report (see H.           between Serbian, Croatian, and Muslim forces (H.          H.R. 2314) [12SE]
      Res. 223) [19SE]                                            Res. 302), consideration (see H. Res. 304) [13DE]       Federal employees: military uniform requirements for
  ———authorizing (H.R. 1530), consideration (see H.             ———U.S. military intervention (see H.R. 2417; H.            civilian employees of the National Guard (see H.R.
      Res. 164) [8JN]                                             Res. 247, 305, 306) [28SE] [30OC] [13DE]                  2264) [6SE]
  ———authorizing (H.R. 1530), consideration of con-             ———U.S. military intervention (H. Res. 306), consid-      ———provide for continued retirement and leave ben-
      ference report (see H. Res. 307) [14DE]                     eration (see H. Res. 304) [13DE]                          efits for certain former employees (see H.R. 2222)
  ———making (see H.R. 2126) [27JY]                              B–2 stealth bomber: development (see H.R. 2625)             [4AU]
  ———making (H.R. 2126), consideration (see H. Res.               [13NO]                                                  ———treatment of early-retirement reduction regula-
      205) [28JY]                                               Budget: making supplemental appropriations and rescis-      tions relative to defense base closures (see H.R.
  ———making (H.R. 2126), consideration of con-                    sions to enhance military readiness (see H.R. 889)        2375) [21SE]
      ference report (see H. Res. 232, 271) [27SE] [15NO]         [10FE]                                                  Firearms: eliminate promotion of civilian marksman-
  ———restrict purchase of packaged foods that are not           ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-           ship (see H.R. 638, 1645) [23JA] [16MY]
      domestically packaged (see H.R. 178) [9JA]                  sions to enhance military readiness (H.R. 889), con-    Foreign countries: withdrawal of military forces perma-
  ———terminate certain programs (see H.R. 1673)                   sideration (see H. Res. 92) [21FE]                        nently stationed in countries that do not assume non-
      [18MY]                                                    ———making supplemental appropriations and rescis-           personnel costs of such forces (see H.R. 2788)
  Armed Forces: allow liability claims resulting from             sions to enhance military readiness (H.R. 889), con-      [15DE]
      medical malpractice (see H.R. 2524) [24OC]                  sideration of conference report (see H. Res. 129)       Fort Devens Military Reservation: transfer of excess
  ———amend the War Powers Resolution defining the                 [5AP]                                                     property to the Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge and
      congressional and Presidential role in the use of         California: management of the Presidio facilities (see      to Lancaster, MA (see H.R. 1407) [5AP]
      troops overseas (see H.R. 1111; H.J. Res. 95) [2MR]         H.R. 1296) [22MR]                                       Fort Ord, CA: convey certain real property to Seaside,
      [16JN]                                                    Calverton, NY: transfer portion of Naval Weapons In-        CA (see H.R. 731) [30JA]
  ———assist INS and Customs Service personnel in                  dustrial Reserve Plant to the Calverton National        Fort Sam Houston, TX: convey certain excess real
      performing border protection functions (see H.R.            Cemetery (see H.R. 1365) [30MR]                           property (see H.R. 595) [19JA]
      387, 1224) [9JA] [14MR]                                   Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of          France: actions relative to moratorium on testing of
  ———award Purple Heart to individuals killed or                  grounds for display of RAH–66 Comanche helicopter         nuclear weapons (see H. Con. Res. 80; H. Res. 174)
      wounded due to friendly fire during peacekeeping            (see H. Con. Res. 74) [13JN]                              [27JN] [30JN]
      activities (see H.R. 1376) [3AP]                          CERCLA: require Corps of Engineers performance of         Government: require Federal agencies acquiring surplus
  ———clarify employment and reemployment rights                   contract oversight of remedial actions (see H.R.          property from closure of military installations to re-
      and responsibilities (see H.R. 1941) [28JN]                 2801) [18DE]                                              tain possession and use for agency purposes (see
  ———commissioning of officers relative to reserve of-          Chemical weapons: transportation of munitions (see
                                                                                                                            H.R. 1265) [16MR]
      ficer appointment requirement (see H.R. 2016)               H.R. 1123) [3MR]
                                                                                                                          Harry S Truman (U.S.S.): designate the nuclear-pow-
                                                                Children and youth: transportation of certain children
      [11JY]                                                                                                                ered aircraft carrier known as CVN–76 (see H.R.
                                                                  requiring specialized medical services in the U.S.
  ———encourage an extra place setting at holiday sea-                                                                       445) [9JA]
                                                                  (see H.R. 332) [9JA]
      son tables as a reminder of U.S. peacekeeping forces                                                                Health: allow military health care system beneficiaries
                                                                Colleges and universities: prohibit Federal grants or
      in Bosnia and Herzegovina (see H. Res. 315) [19DE]                                                                    the option to enroll in Federal Employees Health
                                                                  contracts to institutions that prevent access to cam-
  ———establish commission to review regular military                                                                        Benefits Program (see H.R. 2442) [29SE]
                                                                  pus for ROTC or military recruiting (see H.R. 142,
      compensation relative to financial assistance pro-                                                                  Housing: assist active duty military personnel through
                                                                  1118) [9JA] [2MR]
      grams (see H.R. 673) [25JA]                               Colorado: designate certain public lands and minerals       interest rate buy downs (see H.R. 1611) [11MY]
  ———expand eligibility for certain commissary bene-              for military use (see H.R. 256) [9JA]                   Indiana Army Ammunition Plant: conveyance of prop-
      fits (see H.R. 1727) [25MY]                               Commissary and exchange networks: outline congres-          erty for inclusion in State park (see H.R. 1399)
  ———organization and management of reserve compo-                sional response to the possibility of reduction or        [5AP]
      nents (see H.R. 1646) [16MY]                                elimination (see H. Con. Res. 45) [21MR]                Korea, Democratic People’s Republic of: shooting
  ———procedures for determining status of certain               Committee To Oversee the Conduct of Operation Joint         down of U.S. Army helicopter (see H. Con. Res.
      missing members (see H.R. 945) [15FE]                       Endeavor/Task Force Eagle (Joint): establish (see         1) [9JA]
  ———prohibit accrual of pay and allowances to mem-               H.J. Res. 135; H. Con. Res. 126) [20DE] [22DE]          Mauritania: prohibit foreign aid or arms transfers until
      bers confined pending dishonorable dismissal charges      Contracts: prohibit reimbursement of defense contrac-       elimination of chattel slavery (see H.R. 550) [17JA]
      (see H.R. 585) [19JA]                                       tors for environmental response costs (see H.R.         Medicare: limit penalty for late enrollment and estab-
  ———prohibit uniform requirements involving the dis-             2227) [4AU]                                               lish special enrollment for certain military retirees
      play of U.N. insignia (see H.R. 2540) [26OC]              ———require that contractor consolidation cost sav-          (see H.R. 2729) [6DE]
  ———provide benefits under the survivor benefit plan             ings be used for employment retraining and job cre-     ———reimbursement for services provided to eligible
      to surviving spouses of certain retired members (see        ation activities (see H.R. 702) [26JA]                    individuals by military or veterans hospitals (see
      H.R. 107) [9JA]                                           Corps of Engineers: stabilize bluffs along Mississippi      H.R. 861, 1767) [8FE] [7JN]
  ———provide benefits under the survivor benefit plan             River in the vicinity of Natchez, MS (see H.R. 880)     ———waive late enrollment penalty for certain mili-
      to surviving spouses of certain retirement-eligible re-     [9FE]                                                     tary retirees who live near closed military installa-
      serve members (see H.R. 1760) [7JN]                       ———technical assistance for the planning of a re-           tions (see H.R. 875) [9FE]
  ———provide for the jurisdiction, apprehension, and              gional water authority in northeastern Ohio (see H.R.   Michael O’Callaghan Military Hospital, Las Vegas,
      detention of members and certain civilians accom-           457) [9JA]                                                NV: designate (see H.R. 2477) [12OC]

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Military construction: authorizing appropriations (see         ———increase opportunities for individuals with serv-        Consideration of H.R. 2606, Congressional Approval
  H.R. 1529) [2MY]                                               ice-connected disabilities to participate in procure-         Prior to U.S. Military Intervention in Bosnia and
Miller, Doris: posthumous awarding of Medal of Honor             ment activities (see H.R. 137) [9JA]                          Herzegovina: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
  (see H.R. 1677) [18MY]                                       Vincent, Strong: posthumous awarding of Medal of                273) (H. Rept. 104–349) [16NO]
National Guard: honor guard functions at funerals for            Honor (see H.R. 1326) [28MR]                              Consideration of H.R. 2770, Congressional Approval
  veterans (see H.R. 299) [9JA]                                Waterways: require construction and operation of a              Prior to U.S. Military Intervention in Bosnia and
National security: policy (see H. Con. Res. 100) [6SE]           jetty and sand transfer system by the Corps of Engi-          Herzegovina: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
———revitalize (see H.R. 7, 872) [9JA] [9FE]                      neers (see H.R. 758) [31JA]                                   304) (H. Rept. 104–405) [13DE]
———revitalize (H.R. 7), consideration (see H. Res.             Weapons: deployment policy for ballistic missile sys-       Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission
  83) [13FE]                                                     tems (see H.R. 983) [16FE]                                    Recommendations: Committee on National Security
Navy: operate ships stores as nonappropriated fund in-         ———production of Trident II missiles (see H.R. 991)             (House) (H.J. Res. 102) (H. Rept. 104–220) [1AU]
  strumentalities (see H.R. 347) [9JA]                           [16FE]                                                    Dept. of Defense Appropriations: Committee of Con-
———transfer a river patrol boat to Tidewater Com-            Conference reports                                                ference (H.R. 1530) (H. Rept. 104–406) [13DE]
  munity College (see H.R. 346) [9JA]                          Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H.R. 1530) [13DE]          ———Committee of Conference (H.R. 2126) (H. Rept.
———transfer of six obsolete tugboats (see H.R. 2821)           Dept. of Defense Appropriations (H.R. 2126) [25SE]              104–261) [25SE], (H. Rept. 104–344) [15NO]
  [20DE]                                                         [15NO]                                                    ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
Navy Combat Action Ribbon: retroactive awarding to             Dept. of Defense Military Construction, Family Hous-            2126) (H. Rept. 104–208) [27JY]
  certain individuals (see H.R. 895) [10FE]                      ing, and Base Closure and Realignment Appropria-          ———Committee on National Security (House) (H.R.
Pakistan: transfer of F–16 aircraft and associated parts         tions (H.R. 1817) [14SE]                                      1530) (H. Rept. 104–131) [6JN]
  and equipment (see H.R. 1397) [5AP]                          Dept. of Defense Supplemental Appropriations and Re-        Dept. of Defense Military Construction, Family Hous-
Panama: negotiation of a new agreement relative to               scissions To Enhance Military Readiness (H.R. 889)            ing, and Base Closure and Realignment Appropria-
  the presence of U.S. Armed Forces and the Panama               [5AP]                                                         tions: Committee of Conference (H.R. 1817) (H.
  Canal (see H. Con. Res. 4, 9) [9JA]                        Messages                                                          Rept. 104–247) [14SE]
Parks and recreation areas: rescind fees at lakes and          Atomic Energy Act: President Clinton [9MR]                  Dept. of Defense Supplemental Appropriations and Re-
  reservoirs under the jurisdiction of the Corps of En-        Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission
                                                                                                                               scissions To Enhance and Preserve Military Readi-
  gineers (see H.R. 239) [9JA]                                   Recommendations: President Clinton [13JY]
                                                               Ordering of Armed Forces Selected Reserve to Active             ness: Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
Pensions: revise effective date for cost-of-living adjust-                                                                     889) (H. Rept. 104–29) [10FE]
  ments for military retirees (see H.R. 2664) [18NO]             Duty: President Clinton [11DE]
                                                             Motions                                                       Designate Certain Colorado Public Lands and Minerals
———treatment of future actuarial gains and losses                                                                              for Military Use: Committee on National Security
                                                               Appropriations: authorizing for military construction,
  to the military retirement fund (see H.R. 568) [19JA]                                                                        (House) (H.R. 256) (H. Rept. 104–28) [14FE]
                                                                 family housing, and base closure and realignment
Rivers, Ruben: posthumous awarding of Medal of                                                                             ———Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 256)
                                                                 (H.R. 1817) [7SE]
  Honor (see H.R. 2228) [4AU]                                  ———authorizing (H.R. 1530) [15JN] [21SE]                        (H. Rept. 104–28) [10FE]
Selective Service System: suspend registration require-        ———making (H.R. 2126) [7SE] [13SE] [14SE]                   Management of Presidio, CA, Facilities: Committee on
  ment and activities except during national emer-               [29SE] [18OC]                                                 Resources (House) (H.R. 1296) (H. Rept. 104–234)
  gencies (see H.R. 1709) [25MY]                               ———making (H.R. 2126), conference report [16NO]                 [4AU]
Serna, Marcelino: posthumous awarding of Medal of              Budget: making supplemental appropriations and rescis-      Military Construction, Family Housing, and Base Clo-
  Honor (see H.R. 670) [25JA]                                    sions to enhance military readiness (H.R. 889)                sure and Realignment Appropriations: Committee on
Ships and vessels: require congressional approval of             [28MR]                                                        Appropriations (House) (H.R. 1817) (H. Rept. 104–
  nuclear waste disposal plans prior to construction           National security: revitalize (H.R. 7) [16FE]                   104) [13JN]
  of CVN–76 nuclear aircraft carrier (see H.R. 905)          Reports filed                                                 National Security Revitalization Act: Committee on In-
  [13FE]                                                       Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 889, Sup-            telligence (House, Select) (H.R. 7) (H. Rept. 104–
———require congressional certification for Dept. of              plemental Appropriations and Rescissions To En-               18) [6FE]
  Defense ship repair transactions with foreign contrac-         hance Military Readiness: Committee on Rules              ———Committee on International Relations (House)
  tors (see H.R. 904) [13FE]                                     (House) (H. Res. 129) (H. Rept. 104–102) [5AP]                (H.R. 7) (H. Rept. 104–18) [6FE]
———transfer naval vessels to certain foreign coun-             Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1530,            ———Committee on National Security (House) (H.R.
  tries (see H.R. 2348) [18SE]                                   Dept. of Defense Appropriations: Committee on                 7) (H. Rept. 104–18) [6FE]
Social Security: Medicare reimbursement to Military              Rules (House) (H. Res. 307) (H. Rept. 104–407)            Supplemental Appropriations and Rescissions to En-
  Health Services System (see H.R. 580) [19JA]                   [14DE]                                                        hance Military Readiness: Committee of Conference
———repeal offset for annuities under the survivor              Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1817,                (H.R. 889) (H. Rept. 104–101) [5AP]
  benefit plan for surviving spouses of retired Armed            Military Construction, Family Housing, and Base         DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
  Forces members (see H.R. 2214) [4AU]                           Closure and Realignment Appropriations: Committee       Bills and resolutions
Surplus Government property: provide authority for the           on Rules (House) (H. Res. 223) (H. Rept. 104–             Abolish (see H.R. 1883) [16JN]
  transfer of Dept. of Defense equipment to law en-              251) [19SE]                                               Colleges and universities: participation in Pell Grant
  forcement agencies (see H.R. 2495) [18OC]                    Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2126,                Program relative to Federal Stafford Loan Program
———State priority for transfer of Dept. of Defense               Dept. of Defense Appropriations: Committee on                 default rate (see H.R. 2038) [13JY]
  nonlethal excess supplies (see H.R. 1259) [16MR]               Rules (House) (H. Res. 232) (H. Rept. 104–265)            ———student loan default rate limitations relative to
Taxation: provide an investment tax credit to assist             [27SE]                                                        Hispanic-serving institutions (see H.R. 366) [9JA]
  defense contractors converting to nondefense oper-           ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 271) (H.             Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related
  ations (see H.R. 1518) [7AP]                                   Rept. 104–346) [15NO]                                         agencies: making appropriations (see H.R. 2127)
———treatment of Armed Forces members performing                Consideration of H. Res. 302, U.S. Military Enforce-            [27JY]
  services in Bosnia and Herzegovina (see H.R. 2837)             ment of Peace Agreement Between Serbian, Cro-             ———making appropriations (H.R. 2127), consider-
  [22DE]                                                         atian, and Muslim Forces in Bosnia and                        ation (see H. Res. 208) [1AU]
———treatment of military income derived from serv-               Herzegovina: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.          Education: development of school-to-work opportuni-
  ices performed during a contingency operation (see             304) (H. Rept. 104–405) [13DE]                                ties systems (see H.R. 1426) [6AP]
  H.R. 2776, 2778) [13DE] [14DE]                               Consideration of H. Res. 306, U.S. Military Interven-       ———eliminate opportunity-to-learn standards (see
Treaties and agreements: withdrawal from the Anti-               tion in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Committee on Rules            H.R. 977, 1045) [16FE] [24FE]
  ballistic Missile Treaty (see H.R. 2483) [17OC]                (House) (H. Res. 304) (H. Rept. 104–405) [13DE]           ———establish mentoring programs for at-risk youths
U.N.: U.S. role in peacekeeping operations (see H.R.           Consideration of H.R. 7, National Security Revitaliza-          (see H.R. 2708) [5DE]
  631) [23JA]                                                    tion Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 83)         ———provide demonstration grants to secondary
U.S. Navy Blue Angels: mint coins in commemoration               (H. Rept. 104–31) [13FE]                                      schools to extend the academic year (see H.R. 2252)
  of 50th anniversary (see H.R. 1828) [13JN]                   Consideration of H.R. 889, Dept. of Defense Supple-             [4AU]
Veterans: allow certain veterans with service-connected          mental Appropriations and Rescissions To Enhance          Eliminate (see H.R. 1318) [24MR]
  disabilities to travel on military aircraft (see H.R.          Military Readiness: Committee on Rules (House) (H.        National Education Standards and Improvement Coun-
  2764) [12DE]                                                   Res. 92) (H. Rept. 104–44) [21FE]                             cil: abolish (see H.R. 977, 1045, 1558) [16FE]
———benefit eligibility for certain service in the mili-        Consideration of H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense Appro-             [24FE] [3MY]
  tary forces of the Philippines (see H.R. 1136) [6MR]           priations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 164)     Messages
———eliminate disparity between civilian and military             (H. Rept. 104–136) [8JN]                                  Deferral of Budgetary Resources: President Clinton
  retiree cost-of-living adjustments (see H.R. 38, 1994)       Consideration of H.R. 1817, Military Construction,              [22FE]
  [9JA] [30JN]                                                   Family Housing, and Base Closure and Realignment        Motions
———establish confidential database for the collection            Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H.            Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related
  of medical information (see H.R. 798) [2FE]                    Res. 167) (H. Rept. 104–140) [15JN]                           agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 2127) [3AU]
———increase opportunities for individuals held as              Consideration of H.R. 2126, Dept. of Defense Appro-       Reports filed
  POW during the Vietnam era to participate in pro-              priations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 205)       Consideration of H.R. 2127, Depts. of Labor, HHS,
  curement activities (see H.R. 155) [9JA]                       (H. Rept. 104–214) [28JY]                                     and Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations:

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION                                                             INDEX
      Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 208) (H. Rept.        ———authorizing appropriations for Federal civilian            ———establish a schedule of preventive health care
      104–224) [1AU]                                                science activities (H.R. 2405), consideration (see H.         services under private insurance plans and programs
  Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and Related                  Res. 234) [29SE]                                              (see H.R. 23) [9JA]
      Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Appropria-          Southeastern Power Administration: sale of hydro-             ———establish code of fair information practices (see
      tions (House) (H.R. 2127) (H. Rept. 104–209)                  electric projects (see H.R. 2640) [15NO]                      H.R. 435) [9JA]
      [27JY]                                                  Conference reports                                              ———maternity and housing services for pregnant
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY                                            Alaska Power Administration Sale of Hydroelectric                 women (see H.R. 1065) [27FE]
Appointments                                                        Projects and Alaska North Slope Crude Oil Exports         ———operation of laboratories along Mexican border
  Conferees: S. 395, sale of Alaska Power Administration            (S. 395) [6NO] [8NO]                                          relative to public health functions (see H.R. 574)
      hydroelectric projects and export of Alaska North       Messages                                                            [19JA]
      Slope crude oil [25JY] [11OC] [17OC]                      Dept. of Energy Report: President Clinton [1MR]               ———substance abuse and mental health performance
Bills and resolutions                                           National Energy Policy: President Clinton [4AU]                   partnerships (see H.R. 2207) [4AU]
  Abolish (see H.R. 1993) [30JN]                              Motions                                                         Medicare: renal disease management services (see H.R.
  Alaska Power Administration: sale of hydroelectric            Alaska Power Administration: sale of hydroelectric                1068) [27FE]
      projects (see H.R. 1122) [3MR]                                projects (S. 395) [25JY]                                  National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program: revise
  ———sale of hydroelectric projects (S. 395), consider-         ———sale of hydroelectric projects (S. 395), con-                  filing deadline for certain claims (see H.R. 608,
      ation of conference report (see H. Res. 256) [7NO]            ference report [8NO]                                          1938) [20JA] [27JN]
  Appropriations: authorizing for civilian research, devel-   Reports filed                                                   NIH: establish an Office for Rare Disease Research
      opment, demonstration, and commercial application         Alaska Power Administration Sale of Hydroelectric                 (see H.R. 2027) [13JY]
      activities (see H.R. 1816) [13JN]                             Projects and the Export of Alaska North Slope Crude       Parks and recreation areas: require camps to report
  ———reduce funding and scope of the stockpile stew-                Oil: Committee of Conference (S. 395) (H. Rept.               on incidents of injuries and illnesses to Dept. of
      ardship program (see H.R. 1672) [18MY]                        104–312) [6NO]                                                HHS (see H.R. 1194) [9MR]
  ———reduce funding for the nuclear energy research             ———Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1122)                 Physical Therapy Advisory Council: establish (see H.R.
      and development activities (see H.R. 1674) [18MY]             (H. Rept. 104–187) [13JY]                                     1746) [6JN]
  Defense Nuclear Facilities: waste management and en-          Consideration of Conference Report on S. 395, Alaska          Social Security: assistance to beneficiaries in the ad-
      vironmental restoration efforts (see H.R. 2110)               Power Administration Sale of Hydroelectric Projects           ministration of employee benefit plans (see H.R.
      [25JY]                                                        and the Export of Alaska North Slope Crude Oil:               420) [9JA]
  Fast Flux Test Facility: return to operational status             Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 256) (H. Rept.        ———Medicare reimbursement to Military Health
      (see H.R. 2569) [1NO]                                         104–314) [7NO]                                                Services System (see H.R. 580) [19JA]
  Federal employees: provide health benefits to former          Consideration of H.R. 655, Hydrogen Future Act: Com-          ———verification of employee information (see H.R.
      defense nuclear facility employees exposed to ion-            mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 136) (H. Rept.               502) [13JA]
      izing radiation (see H.R. 1903) [20JN]                        104–108) [1MY]                                            Surgeon General: terminate the Office of Surgeon Gen-
  Federal Power Marketing Administration: privatization         Consideration of H.R. 2405, Federal Civilian Science              eral of the Public Health Service (see H.R. 860,
      (see H.R. 310) [9JA]                                          Activities Appropriations: Committee on Rules                 897, 1097) [8FE] [10FE] [1MR]
  Firefighters: relief of certain former Federal employees          (House) (H. Res. 234) (H. Rept. 104–270) [29SE]           Tobacco products: prohibit regulation of tobacco indus-
      who were transferred from the Dept. of Energy to          Dept. of Energy Civilian Research, Development, Dem-              try (see H.R. 2283) [7SE]
      Los Alamos County, NM (see H.R. 516) [13JA]                   onstration, and Commercial Application Activities         Women: establish offices of women’s health within
  Hazardous substances: disposal of spent nuclear fuel              Appropriations: Committee on Science (House) (H.R.            certain Federal agencies (see H.R. 1736) [25MY]
      and high level radioactive waste (see H.R. 1174)              1816) (H. Rept. 104–236) [4AU]                            ———prohibit practice of female genital mutilation
      [8MR]                                                     Dept. of Energy Hydrogen Research, Development, and               or female circumcision (see H.R. 941) [14FE]
  ———nuclear waste disposal (see H.R. 1020, 1032)                   Demonstration Programs Authorization: Committee         Messages
      [23FE]                                                        on Science (House) (H.R. 655) (H. Rept. 104–95)           Deferral of Budgetary Resources: President Clinton
  Laboratories: streamline and establish missions (see              [30MR]                                                        [22FE] [19OC]
      H.R. 2142) [31JY]                                         Nuclear Waste Policy Act Amendments: Committee                Radiation Control for Health and Safety Act: President
  Laboratory Facilities Commission: establish (see H.R.             on Commerce (House) (H.R. 1020) (H. Rept. 104–                Clinton [30JA]
      87) [9JA]                                                     254) [20SE]                                             Motions
  Marilyn Lloyd Environmental, Life, and Social               DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERV-                            Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act: re-
      Sciences Complex, Oak Ridge, TN: designate (see               ICES related term(s) SURGEON GENERAL                          vise and extend (H.R. 1872) [18SE]
      H.R. 2301) [12SE]                                       Appointments                                                    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related
  National laboratories: authorize retirement incentives        Conferees: S. 641, Comprehensive AIDS Resources                   agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 2127) [3AU]
      for certain employees (see H.R. 884) [9FE]                    Emergency Act reauthorization [7DE]                     Reports filed
  Nevada: prohibit nuclear waste site characterization of     Bills and resolutions                                           Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act Revi-
      the Yucca Mountain site (see H.R. 496) [11JA]             Agriculture: labeling of milk products relative to bo-            sion and Extension: Committee on Commerce
  Nuclear energy: management and disposition of the                 vine growth hormones, and development of residue              (House) (H.R. 1872) (H. Rept. 104–245) [14SE]
      Hanford Reservation (see H.R. 2110) [25JY]                    test (see H.R. 2084) [20JY]                               Consideration of H.R. 2127, Depts. of Labor, HHS,
  Nuclear weapons: privatization of defense nuclear fa-         Children and youth: health research (see H.R. 1735)               and Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations:
      cilities (see H.R. 1526, 1628) [7AP] [12MY]                   [25MY]                                                        Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 208) (H. Rept.
  O’Leary, Sec. of Energy: call for resignation and inves-      Comprehensive AIDS Resources Emergency Act: reau-                 104–224) [1AU]
      tigation of travel expenditures (see H. Res. 308)             thorize (see H.R. 42) [9JA]                               Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and Related
      [15DE]                                                    ———revise and extend (see H.R. 1872) [16JN]                       Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Appropria-
  ———investigation of funds used to analyze media               Crime: establish domestic violence community response             tions (House) (H.R. 2127) (H. Rept. 104–209)
      coverage of Dept. of Energy (see H. Res. 283)                 teams (see H.R. 2665) [18NO]                                  [27JY]
      [28NO]                                                    Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related            DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DE-
  Petroleum: lease lands within the naval oil shale re-             agencies: making appropriations (see H.R. 2127)               VELOPMENT
      serves to private entities for the development of oil         [27JY]                                                  Appointments
      and natural gas (see H.R. 817, 887) [3FE] [9FE]           ———making appropriations (H.R. 2127), consider-               Conferees: H.R. 2099, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and
  Power resources: information relative to the price and            ation (see H. Res. 208) [1AU]                                 HUD, and sundry independent agencies appropria-
      supply of home heating fuel, natural gas, and auto-       Disabled: study providing services and benefits to indi-          tions [2NO]
      motive fuel (see H.R. 292) [9JA]                              viduals who served with voluntary organizations as-     Bills and resolutions
  Radioactive substances: interim storage of spent nuclear          sisting the Armed Forces during the Vietnamese            Abolish (see H.R. 1098, 2198) [1MR] [4AU]
      fuel (see H.R. 1924) [22JN]                                   Conflict (see H.R. 179) [9JA]                             Business and industry: use of community development
  Research: authorize hydrogen development and dem-             Diseases: prevention, control, and elimination of tuber-          block grant funds for employment relocation activi-
      onstration programs (see H.R. 655) [24JA]                     culosis (see H.R. 1140) [6MR]                                 ties (see H.R. 463) [11JA]
  ———authorize hydrogen development and demonstra-              Families and domestic relations: adoption services (see       Credit: improve the Single Family Housing Mortgage
      tion programs (H.R. 655), consideration (see H. Res.          H.R. 1166) [8MR]                                              Insurance Program (see H.R. 487) [11JA]
      136) [1MY]                                                FDA: increase the voting consumer representation of           Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry inde-
  ———downsize personnel levels and terminate certain                the Blood Products Advisory Committee (see H.R.               pendent agencies: authorizing appropriations (see
      research at nondefense laboratories (see H.R. 1510)           1021) [23FE]                                                  H.R. 2099) [21JY]
      [7AP]                                                     Federal aid programs: public participation in estab-          ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2099), consid-
  ———gas turbine modular helium reactor program                     lishing locations of substance abuse treatment group          eration (see H. Res. 201) [25JY]
      (see H.R. 311) [9JA]                                          homes (see H.R. 2427) [29SE]                              ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2099), consid-
  Science: authorizing appropriations for Federal civilian      Health: adolescent health demonstration projects (see             eration of conference report (see H. Res. 280, 291)
      science activities (see H.R. 2405) [27SE]                     H.R. 172) [9JA]                                               [18NO] [6DE]

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                                                                                   INDEX                                                          DEPARTMENT OF STATE

  Disasters: extend duty drawback filing period for busi-   Bills and resolutions                                            ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
    nesses (see H.R. 527) [17JA]                              Correctional institutions: reform process for lawsuits             2076) (H. Rept. 104–196) [19JY]
  Economic development: grants for loan assistance in             relative to prison conditions and treatment (see H.R.    DEPARTMENT OF LABOR related term(s) BUREAU
    certain Federal enterprise communities (see H.R.              2468) [11OC]                                                   OF LABOR STATISTICS
    494) [11JA]                                               ———transfer control of Lorton Correctional Complex           Bills and resolutions
  Federal aid programs: grants to depressed communities           to the Bureau of Prisons (see H.R. 461) [9JA]              Black Lung Benefits Act: pneumoconiosis claims (see
    for economic development based on unemployment            Courts: evaluate the effectiveness of the juvenile justice         H.R. 615) [20JA]
    level (see H.R. 1017) [22FE]                                  system (see H.R. 1829) [13JN]                              Children and youth: reform child labor laws (see H.R.
  Health: maternity and housing services for pregnant         Crime: include peonage and slavery offenses as RICO                1049) [24FE]
    women (see H.R. 1065) [27FE]                                  predicates (see H.R. 305) [9JA]                            Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related
  Housing: assistance program eligibility for organiza-       ———penalties for taking a firearm from a Federal                   agencies: making appropriations (see H.R. 2127)
    tions that promote prejudice or bias based on race,           law enforcement officer (see H.R. 1573) [3MY]                  [27JY]
    religion, or ethnicity (see H.R. 656) [24JA]              Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-         ———making appropriations (H.R. 2127), consider-
  ———benefits relative to the purchase of residential             ary: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 2076)                ation (see H. Res. 208) [1AU]
    cooperative apartment units (see H.R. 1006) [21FE]            [19JY]                                                     ERISA: restrict Government promotion of economically
  ———deregulate public housing and rental assistance          ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), consid-                 targeted investments for employee benefit plans
    programs (see H.R. 2406) [27SE]                               eration (see H. Res. 198) [21JY]                               (H.R. 1594), consideration (see H. Res. 215) [7SE]
  ———establish a national property reinsurance pro-           ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), consid-             ———restrict Government promotion of economically
    gram directed at underserved areas (see H.R. 1517)            eration of conference report (see H. Res. 289) [5DE]           targeted investments for employee benefit plans
    [7AP]                                                     Elections: prohibit intentional creation of legislative            (H.R. 1594), technical corrections (see H. Con. Res.
  ———permit rent reductions for certain public housing            districts based on race, color, or language (see H.R.          108) [17OC]
    projects receiving assistance (see H.R. 624) [20JA]           1096) [1MR]                                                Federal Statistical Service: establish (see H.R. 2521)
  ———prevent persons with drug or alcohol problems            FBI: appeal rights of employees concerning adverse                 [24OC]
    from occupying units in housing projects for elderly          personnel actions (see H.R. 2683) [28NO]                   Firefighters: exempt firefighters and rescue squad
    families (see H.R. 117) [9JA]                             Foreign Agents Registration Act: strengthen (see H.R.              workers from certain Fair Labor Standards Act pro-
  ———prohibit certain rental housing managers from                452) [9JA]                                                     visions relative to volunteer work in a professional
    banning household pets for elderly residents (see         Immigration: adjust status for certain Polish and Hun-             capacity (see H.R. 94) [9JA]
    H.R. 1619) [11MY]                                             garian parolees (see H.R. 2436) [29SE]                     Occupational safety and health: consultation with State
  ———provide assistance for emergency repairs of low-         ———curtail illegal immigration and impose a ceiling                officials by employers relative to compliance with
    income housing projects operated by the Chicago               on legal immigration (see H.R. 2162) [2AU]                     requirements (see H.R. 1433) [6AP]
    Housing Authority (see H.R. 167) [9JA]                    ———funding for improvements in the naturalization              ———establish voluntary programs to protect employ-
  ———public housing construction and revitalization               process (see H.R. 2120) [26JY]                                 ees from hazards (see H.R. 1824) [13JN]
    (see H.R. 1613) [11MY]                                    ———reform admission policies, treatment of criminal            Professional Trade Service Corps: establish (see H.R.
  Rockland County, NY: administration of Federal hous-            aliens and alien smuggling, documentation require-             1567) [3MY]
    ing programs (see H.R. 21) [9JA]                              ments, and border security (see H.R. 1018, 1915,         Motions
  Tamaqua, PA: conversion of Tamaqua Highrise hous-               1929, 2202) [23FE] [22JN] [27JN] [4AU]                     Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related
    ing project (see H.R. 654) [24JA]                         ———revise Dept. of Justice authority to parole aliens              agencies: making appropriations (H.R. 2127) [3AU]
  Urban areas: economic redevelopment (see H.R. 1381)             into the U.S. (see H.R. 1597) [9MY]                      Reports filed
                                                              ———separate administration of the INS and Border               Consideration of H.R. 2127, Depts. of Labor, HHS,
    [3AP]
                                                                  Patrol (see H.R. 569) [19JA]                                   and Education, and Related Agencies Appropriations:
  Veterans: improve the Housing Counseling Program
                                                              Independent counsel: appointment to investigate certain            Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 208) (H. Rept.
    (see H.R. 493) [11JA]
                                                                  internal criminal allegations (see H.R. 451) [9JA]             104–224) [1AU]
Conference reports
                                                              ———reauthorize (see H.R. 892) [10FE]                           Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and Related
  Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Inde-
                                                              Law enforcement: increase border patrol personnel and              Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Appropria-
    pendent Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 2099)
                                                                  provide for deployment at the Southwest border (see            tions (House) (H.R. 2127) (H. Rept. 104–209)
    [17NO] [6DE]
                                                                  H.R. 339) [9JA]                                                [27JY]
Messages
                                                              Law enforcement officers: establish rapid deployment           Restrict Government Promotion of Economically Tar-
  Dept. of HUD Report: President Clinton [13JN]
                                                                  force (see H.R. 97) [9JA]                                      geted Investments for Employee Benefit Plans: Com-
  Veto of H.R. 2099, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and
                                                              National Voter Registration Act: delay enforcement                 mittee on Economic and Educational Opportunities
    HUD, and Sundry Independent Agencies Appropria-
                                                                  until implementation funding is appropriated (see              (House) (H.R. 1594) (H. Rept. 104–238) [6SE]
    tions: President Clinton [18DE]
                                                                  H.R. 736) [30JA]                                         DEPARTMENT OF STATE related term(s) DIP-
Motions
                                                              Nebraska: Lost Creek flood control project costs rel-              LOMATS; FOREIGN SERVICE
  Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry inde-
                                                                  ative to judgment funds (see H.R. 1071) [28FE]           Appointments
    pendent agencies: authorizing appropriations (H.R.
                                                              U.S. Marshals Service: appointment of marshals (see            Conferees: H.R. 1868, foreign operations, export fi-
    2099) [27JY] [28JY] [31JY] [2NO]
                                                                  H.R. 2641) [15NO]                                              nancing, and related programs appropriations [12OC]
  ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2099), con-           Conference reports                                               ———H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and
    ference report [29NO] [7DE]                               Depts. of Commerce, Justice, State, and the Judiciary              State and the Judiciary appropriations [18OC]
  ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2099), veto                 Appropriations (H.R. 2076) [4DE]                         Bills and resolutions
    [18DE]                                                  Messages                                                         Appropriations: authorizing (see H.R. 1564) [3MY]
Reports filed                                                 Rescission Proposals Affecting the Depts. of Justice           Assistant Sec. of State for Diplomatic Security: estab-
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2099,                and Transportation, and NASA: President Clinton                lish (see H.R. 2541) [26OC]
    Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry                [2MY]                                                      Business and industry: volunteer guidelines for socially
    Independent Agencies Appropriations: Committee on         Veto of H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and                responsible practices for U.S. businesses operating
    Rules (House) (H. Res. 280) (H. Rept. 104–355)                State and the Judiciary Appropriations: President              abroad (see H.R. 910) [13FE]
    [18NO]                                                        Clinton [19DE]                                             China, People’s Republic of: demand the unconditional
  ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 291) (H.           Motions                                                              release of U.S. citizen Peter H. Wu (see H. Res.
    Rept. 104–385) [6DE]                                      Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-             178) [29JN]
  Consideration of H.R. 2099, Depts. of Veterans Affairs          ary: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076) [18OC]         ———demand the unconditional release of Wei
    and HUD, and Sundry Independent Agencies Appro-           ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), con-                    Jingsheng (see H. Con. Res. 117) [5DE]
    priations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 201)           ference report [6DE]                                       China, Republic of: permit U.S. visits by elected lead-
    (H. Rept. 104–206) [25JY]                                 ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), veto                    ers and representatives (see H.R. 1460) [6AP]
  Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Inde-            [20DE]                                                     Citizenship: publication of names of U.S. citizens who
    pendent Agencies Appropriations: Committee of           Reports filed                                                        renounce their rights (see H.R. 1378) [3AP]
    Conference (H.R. 2099) (H. Rept. 104–353) [17NO],         Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2076,               Civil liberties: protect the right to travel to foreign
    (H. Rept. 104–384) [6DE]                                      Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judi-           countries (see H.R. 1702) [24MY]
  ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.                    ciary Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House)           Coordinator for Counter-Terrorism: establish position
    2099) (H. Rept. 104–201) [21JY]                               (H. Res. 289) (H. Rept. 104–381) [5DE]                         (see H.R. 22) [9JA]
  Senior Citizen Housing Safety and Economic Relief           Consideration of H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Jus-           Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-
    Act: Committee on Banking and Financial Services              tice, and State and the Judiciary Appropriations:              ary: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 2076)
    (House) (H.R. 117) (H. Rept. 104–281) [18OC]                  Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 198) Rept.                 [19JY]
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE                                             104–200) [21JY]                                            ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), consid-
Appointments                                                  Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-             eration (see H. Res. 198) [21JY]
  Conferees: H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Justice,              ary Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R.          ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), consid-
    and State and the Judiciary appropriations [18OC]             2076) (H. Rept. 104–378) [4DE]                                 eration of conference report (see H. Res. 289) [5DE]

                                                                                      3313
DEPARTMENT OF STATE                                                                 INDEX
  Foreign aid: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1563)      ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 177) (H.              Fish and fishing: collection of fees for triploid grass
     [3MY]                                                         Rept. 104–167) [29JN]                                       carp certification inspections (see H.R. 649) [24JA]
  Foreign operations, export financing, and related pro-       Consideration of H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Jus-         Forests: identification of high-fire-risk areas, cleanup
     grams: making appropriations (see H.R. 1868, 2666)            tice, and State and the Judiciary Appropriations:           of accumulated forest fuels, and development of
     [15JN] [18NO]                                                 Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 198) Rept.              long-term fire prevention plan (see H.R. 596) [19JA]
  ———making appropriations (H.R. 1868), conference                 104–200) [21JY]                                          Fort Devens Military Reservation: transfer of excess
     report—amendments in disagreement (see H. Res.            Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-          property to the Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge and
     296) [12DE]                                                   ary Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R.           to Lancaster, MA (see H.R. 1407) [5AP]
  ———making appropriations (H.R. 1868), consider-                  2076) (H. Rept. 104–378) [4DE]                           Ft. King, FL: conduct study (see H.R. 369) [9JA]
     ation (see H. Res. 170, 177) [20JN] [29JN]                ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.                 George Washington Boyhood Home Foundation: pres-
  ———making appropriations (H.R. 1868), consider-                  2076) (H. Rept. 104–196) [19JY]                             ervation of Ferry Farm (see H.R. 652) [24JA]
     ation of conference report (see H. Res. 249) [30OC]       Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Pro-       Grand Lake, CO: maintenance of cemetery in Rocky
  Foreign policy: negotiations between Greece and Mac-             grams Appropriations: Committee of Conference               Mountain National Park (see H.R. 1415) [5AP]
     edonia (see H. Con. Res. 31) [16FE]                           (H.R. 1866) (H. Rept. 104–295) [26OC]                    Great Western Scenic Trail: designate (see H.R. 531)
  Foreign Service: retirement, survivor, and health bene-      ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.                    [17JA]
     fits for spouses relative to misconduct or disloyalty         1868) (H. Rept. 104–143) [15JN]                          Gunnison County, CO: conveyance of certain lands
     of officials (see H.R. 674) [25JA]                      DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR related term(s)                        (see H.R. 2438) [29SE]
  Government: consolidate foreign affairs agencies (see            BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS; BUREAU OF LAND                 Hawaii: establishment of new National Park System
     H.R. 1561, 1562) [3MY]                                        MANAGEMENT                                                  units (see H.R. 1728) [25MY]
  ———consolidate foreign affairs agencies (H.R. 1561),       Appointments                                                   Helium Act: sale of Federal real and personal property
     consideration (see H. Res. 155, 156) [22MY]               Conferees: H.R. 1977, Dept. of the Interior and related         (see H.R. 846, 873) [7FE] [9FE]
     [25MY]                                                        agencies appropriations [8SE]                            Illinois and Michigan Canal Heritage Corridor: modify
  India: detention of U.S. citizen Donald Hutchings (see     Bills and resolutions                                             boundaries (see H.R. 1542) [2MY]
     H. Con. Res. 97) [4AU]                                    Alameda County, CA: Federal involvement in waste-            Iowa: conveyance of Fairport National Fish Hatchery
  Israel: relocate U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem (see H.R.             water reuse project (see H.R. 2633) [14NO]                  (see H.R. 583, 584) [19JA]
     1595) [9MY]                                               Alaska: consolidate certain conservation system units        ———conveyance of Fairport National Fish Hatchery
  Korea, Republic of: inclusion in the Visa Waiver Pilot           on the Alaskan Peninsula (see H.R. 566) [19JA]              (H.R. 584), consideration (see H. Res. 145) [11MY]
     Program (see H.R. 2582) [2NO]                             ———conveyance of certain lands under the Alaska              Kingman, AZ: water contract modifications (see H.R.
  Kuwait: investigation of financial and commercial treat-         Native Claims Settlement Act (see H.R. 2560)                2251) [4AU]
     ment of U.S. citizens and commercial dispute resolu-          [30OC]                                                   Lamprey River: designate certain segments as compo-
     tion process (see H.R. 2042) [13JY]                       Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act: conveyance of              nents of the Wild and Scenic River System (see
  Macedonia: diplomatic recognition (see H. Con. Res.                                                                          H.R. 2255) [4AU]
                                                                   certain lands to village corporations within the Cook
     54) [3AP]                                                                                                              Lawrence County, OH: release restrictions on the use
                                                                   Inlet Region (see H.R. 1342) [28MR]
  Thailand: demand release of imprisoned Hmong/Lao                                                                             of certain real property conveyed by the Dept. of
                                                               Arkansas: conveyance of the Corning National Fish
     refugee camp leaders and allow resettlement of                                                                            the Interior (see H.R. 2021) [12JY]
                                                                   Hatchery (see H.R. 535, 583) [17JA] [19JA]
     Hmong refugees (see H. Con. Res. 129) [27DE]                                                                           Manti-La Sal National Forest: expand boundary (see
                                                               ———conveyance of the Corning National Fish Hatch-
Conference reports                                                                                                             H.R. 2035) [13JY]
                                                                   ery (H.R. 535), consideration (see H. Res. 144)
  Depts. of Commerce, Justice, State, and the Judiciary                                                                     Minerals Management Service: establish (see H.R.
                                                                   [11MY]
     Appropriations (H.R. 2076) [4DE]                                                                                          1813) [9JN]
  Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Pro-       BIA: transfer certain authorities to the Office of Special
                                                                                                                            Minnesota: conveyance of New London National Fish
     grams Appropriations (H.R. 1868) [26OC]                       Trustees for American Indians (see H.R. 2631)
                                                                                                                               Hatchery (see H.R. 583, 614) [19JA] [20JA]
Messages                                                           [14NO]                                                   ———conveyance of New London National Fish
  Deferral of Budgetary Resources: President Clinton           Big Thicket National Preserve: designate maintenance
                                                                                                                               Hatchery (H.R. 614), consideration (see H. Res. 146)
     [19OC]                                                        facility and visitor center as Ralph W. Yarborough
                                                                                                                               [11MY]
  Veto of H.R. 2076, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and              Center (see H.R. 686) [26JA]                             Missouri River: limit acquisition of land on the seg-
     State and the Judiciary Appropriations: President         ———extend deadline for completion of certain land               ment designated as a recreation area (see H.R. 1538,
     Clinton [19DE]                                                exchanges (see H.R. 826) [3FE]                              1825) [2MY] [13JN]
Motions                                                        BLM: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1077)              Mount McKinley: retain name (see H.R. 443) [9JA]
  Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judici-           [28FE]                                                   National Park Service: reform concessions policies (see
     ary: authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076) [18OC]        ———establish certain requirements relative to the               H.R. 773, 2028) [1FE] [13JY]
  ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), con-                  transfer or disposal of public lands (see H.R. 257)      ———require Senate confirmation of Director and es-
     ference report [6DE]                                          [9JA]                                                       tablish 5-year term of office (see H.R. 2465) [11OC]
  ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2076), veto              ———transfer control and administration of Federal            National parks and recreation areas: allow donation
     [20DE]                                                        lands to the States (see H.R. 2032) [13JY]                  of State management and operation services during
  Foreign operations, export financing, and related pro-       California: management of the Presidio facilities (see          a Government shutdown (see H.R. 2732) [6DE]
     grams: making appropriations (H.R. 1868) [28JN]               H.R. 1296) [22MR]                                        ———enhance park system (see H.R. 2181) [3AU]
     [11JY] [12OC]                                             Carlton County, MN: conveyance of certain lands (see         ———improve quality of visitor services relative to
  ———making appropriations (H.R. 1868), conference                 H.R. 2238) [4AU]                                            incentive-based recreation fees (see H.R. 2107)
     report [31OC] [15NO] [13DE]                               Chaco Culture Archeological Protection Sites: designate         [25JY]
  Government: consolidate foreign affairs agencies (H.R.           additional lands (see H.R. 517) [13JA]                   ———review management and reform process for con-
     1561) [8JN]                                               Coastal Barrier Resources System: technical corrections         sideration of additions to parks (see H.R. 260) [9JA]
Reports filed                                                      to map system (see H.R. 481, 2005, 2100) [11JA]          National wildlife refuges: allow donation of State hunt-
  Amendments in Disagreement to Conference Report                  [11JY] [24JY]                                               ing management services during a Government shut-
     on H.R. 1868, Foreign Operations, Export Financing,       Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area: collec-            down (see H.R. 2706) [5DE]
     and Related Programs Appropriations: Committee on             tion of commercial operation fees (see H.R. 536)         ———revenue sharing payments (see H.R. 91) [9JA]
     Rules (House) (H. Res. 296) (H. Rept. 104–399)                [17JA]                                                   Native Americans: consultations with Federal, State,
     [12DE]                                                    Dept. of the Interior and related agencies: authorizing         and local government officials relative to manage-
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1868, For-            appropriations (see H.R. 1977) [30JN]                       ment of trust funds (see H.R. 742) [30JA]
     eign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Pro-       ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1977), consid-           ———establish trust fund for certain tribal infrastruc-
     grams Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House)              eration (see H. Res. 185, 187, 189) [11JY] [12JY]           ture projects for the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe (see
     (H. Res. 249) (H. Rept. 104–298) [30OC]                       [13JY]                                                      H.R. 2512) [19OC]
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2076,             ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1977), consid-           ———extend Federal recognition to certain Indian
     Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State and the Judi-          eration of conference report (see H. Res. 231, 253,         groups (see H.R. 671, 2591) [25JA] [7NO]
     ciary Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House)              301) [27SE] [1NO] [13DE]                                 New York: exchange National Park Service land in
     (H. Res. 289) (H. Rept. 104–381) [5DE]                    Endangered species: designation of critical habitat areas       the Fire Island National Seashore for land in Suffolk
  Consideration of H.R. 1561, American Overseas Inter-             and national wildlife refuges (see H.R. 2253) [4AU]         County (see H.R. 1163) [8MR]
     ests Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 155)        Essex National Heritage Area Commission: establish           Niagara River Gorge: establish commission to study
     (H. Rept. 104–129) [22MY]                                     (see H.R. 2188) [3AU]                                       inclusion into the Wild and Scenic River System
  ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 156) (H.              Federal-State relations: allow State employees to per-          (see H.R. 2139) [28JY]
     Rept. 104–130) [25MY]                                         form certain work during a Federal Government            Old Spanish Trail and Northern Branch Trail: inclusion
  Consideration of H.R. 1868, Foreign Operations, Ex-              shutdown (see H.R. 2677) [20NO]                             in the National Trails System (see H.R. 2728) [6DE]
     port Financing, and Related Programs Appropria-           ———allow State employees to perform certain work             Outer Continental Shelf: moratorium on leasing, explo-
     tions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 170)               during a Federal Government shutdown (H.R. 2677),           ration, and development of power resources (see
     (H. Rept. 104–147) [20JN]                                     consideration (see H. Res. 323) [21DE]                      H.R. 2241, 2242) [4AU]

                                                                                       3314
                                                                                  INDEX                                            DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

  Pacific Fisheries Management Council: assess status         BLM Appropriations: Committee on Resources (House)         DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY related term(s)
    of Pacific Coast Groundfish Plan (see H.R. 1417)            (H.R. 1077) (H. Rept. 104–155) [22JN]                          BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND FIREARMS;
    [5AP]                                                     Chaco Culture Archeological Protection Sites: Com-               CUSTOMS SERVICE; SECRET SERVICE
  Pajaro Valley Water Management Agency: implement              mittee on Resources (House) (H.R. 517) (H. Rept.         Appointments
    basin management plan to eliminate groundwater              104–56) [28FE]                                             Conferees: H.R. 2020, Dept. of the Treasury, Postal
    overdraft and seawater intrusion (see H.R. 2549)          Coastal Barrier Resources System Map System Tech-                Service, Executive Office of the President, and inde-
    [26OC]                                                      nical Corrections: Committee on Resources (House)              pendent agencies appropriations [8SE]
  Palisades Interstate Park Commission: acquisition of          (H.R. 2005) (H. Rept. 104–288) [20OC]                    Bills and resolutions
    lands along the New York-New Jersey border for            Collection of Fees for Triploid Grass Carp Certification     American Revolution: mint coins in commemoration
    the Sterling Forest (see H.R. 1256, 2766) [15MR]            Inspections: Committee on Resources (House) (S.                of black revolutionary war patriots (see H.R. 1776)
    [13DE]                                                      268) (H. Rept. 104–189) [17JY]                                 [7JN]
  Petroleum: management of royalties from Federal and         Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1977,             Barnard, Doug, Jr.: mint coins in commemoration of
    Outer Continental Shelf oil and gas leases (see H.R.        Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appro-              1996 Atlanta Olympic games (see H.R. 2336) [14SE]
    1975) [30JN]                                                priations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 231)        Bonneville Power Administration: debt refinancing
  ———prohibit expenditures on mid-Atlantic coast off-           (H. Rept. 104–264) [27SE]                                      agreement at prevailing interest rates and payment
    shore oil and gas lease sales (see H.R. 1778) [7JN]       ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 253) (H.                  of refinancing fee to U.S. Treasury (see H.R. 599,
  Public lands: convey certain reclamation project lands        Rept. 104–304) [1NO]                                           799) [20JA] [2FE]
    to beneficiaries of the projects and devise a distribu-   ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 301) (H.              Budget: amend the budget process to require joint
    tion scheme for such revenues (see H.R. 1232)               Rept. 104–403) [13DE]                                          budget resolutions and the inclusion of public debt
    [14MR]                                                    Consideration of H.R. 535, Corning National Fish                 limit extension (see H.R. 2622) [13NO]
  ———designate certain national parks, wild and scenic          Hatchery Conveyance Act: Committee on Rules                Coast Guard: transfer title of Point Arena Light Station
    rivers, and wilderness areas in Idaho, Montana, Or-         (House) (H. Res. 144) (H. Rept. 104–116) [11MY]                to Point Arena Lighthouse Keepers, Inc. (see H.R.
    egon, Washington, and Wyoming (see H.R. 852)              Consideration of H.R. 584, Fairport National Fish                2643) [15NO]
    [7FE]                                                       Hatchery Conveyance: Committee on Rules (House)            Coins: authorize minting of platinum and gold coins
  ———domestic livestock grazing fees (see H.R. 1713)            (H. Res. 145) (H. Rept. 104–117) [11MY]                        and reform commemorative coin program (see H.R.
    [25MY]                                                    Consideration of H.R. 614, New London National Fish              2614) [10NO]
  ———improve process for land exchanges with the                Hatchery Conveyance: Committee on Rules (House)            ———issue one dollar coin (see H.R. 534) [17JA]
    Forest Service and BLM (see H.R. 2466) [11OC]               (H. Res. 146) (H. Rept. 104–118) [11MY]                    ———mint and issue platinum bullion coins and more
  Public works: provide loan guarantees for water supply,     Consideration of H.R. 1977, Dept. of the Interior and            than one version of gold bullion coins at the same
    conservation, quality, and transmission projects (see       Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on                  time (see H.R. 2018) [12JY]
    H.R. 2781) [14DE]                                           Rules (House) (H. Res. 185) (H. Rept. 104–182)             ———mint coins recommended by the Citizens Com-
  Rocky Mountain National Park: operation of visitor            [11JY]                                                         memorative Coin Advisory Committee (see H.R.
    facilities (see H.R. 629) [23JA]                          ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 187) (H.                  1753) [7JN]
  Steel Industry Heritage Project: funding (see H.R.                                                                       ———redesign $1 coin to commemorate Martin Luther
                                                                Rept. 104–184) [12JY]
    2473) [12OC]                                                                                                               King, Jr. (see H.R. 616) [20JA]
                                                              ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 189) (H.
  Suffolk County, NY: acquisition of property (see H.R.                                                                    Connecticut: mint coins in commemoration of the bi-
                                                                Rept. 104–186) [13JY]
    1836) [14JN]                                                                                                               centennial of the Old State House (see H.R. 1933)
                                                              Consideration of H.R. 2677, Allow State Employees
  Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve: establish (see H.R.                                                                     [27JN]
                                                                To Perform Certain Dept. of the Interior Work Dur-
    1449) [6AP]                                                                                                            Courts: sentencing guidelines relative to the murder
                                                                ing a Federal Government Shutdown: Committee on
  Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge: authorizing ap-                                                                       or attempted murder of Customs Service employees
                                                                Rules (House) (H. Res. 323) (H. Rept. 104–442)
    propriations (see H.R. 2660) [17NO]                                                                                        (see H.R. 2737) [7DE]
                                                                [21DE]
  Texas: purchase of Bureau of Reclamation water sup-                                                                      Creative Revenues Commission: establish (see H.R.
                                                              Conveyance of Fairport National Fish Hatchery to
    ply projects (see H.R. 2609) [9NO]                                                                                         2526) [24OC]
                                                                Iowa: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 584)            Customs Service: treatment of customs fees and duties
  Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge: transfer manage-
                                                                (H. Rept. 104–35) [15FE]                                       relative to communities where fees and duties are
    ment to Oklahoma (see H.R. 1112) [2MR]
  Utah: designate additional lands for Goshute Indian         Conveyance of New London National Fish Hatchery                  collected (see H.R. 2250) [4AU]
    Reservation (see H.R. 2464) [11OC]                          to Minnesota: Committee on Resources (House)               Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office
  Virginia: improve National Park System (see H.R.              (H.R. 614) (H. Rept. 104–36) [15FE]                            of the President, and independent agencies: author-
    1091) [1MR]                                               Corning National Fish Hatchery Conveyance Act:                   izing appropriations (see H.R. 2020) [12JY]
  Washington County, UT: exchange of lands with the             Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 535) (H.              ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2020), consid-
    Water Conservancy District (see H.R. 1838) [14JN]           Rept. 104–34) [15FE]                                           eration (see H. Res. 190) [17JY]
  Water: reuse and recycling projects (see H.R. 1879)         Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Oper-            ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2020), consid-
    [16JN]                                                      ation Fees: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R.               eration of conference report (see H. Res. 267)
  West Virginia: modify boundaries of three units of            536) (H. Rept. 104–57) [28FE]                                  [14NO]
    the National Park System (see H.R. 640) [23JA]            Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropria-        District of Columbia: repeal Mayor’s authority to req-
  ———technical amendments relative to three units of            tions: Committee of Conference (H.R. 1977) (H.                 uisition unlimited funds from the U.S. Treasury (see
    the National Park System (see H.R. 639) [23JA]              Rept. 104–259) [21SE], (H. Rept. 104–300) [31OC],              H.R. 358) [9JA]
  Wetlands: conservation and management (see H.R.               (H. Rept. 104–402) [12DE]                                  Edison, Thomas Alva: mint coins in commemoration
    1268, 1330) [21MR] [28MR]                                 ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.                     of sesquicentennial of birth (see H.R. 893) [10FE]
  ———moratorium on certain policies relative to the             1977) (H. Rept. 104–173) [30JN]                            Federal Bank Agency: establish (see H.R. 17) [9JA]
    determination of wetlands status (see H.R. 1220)          Exchange National Park Service Land in the Fire Is-          Federal employees: agreements with local governments
    [13MR]                                                      land, NY, National Seashore for Land in Suffolk                relative to tax withholding (see H.R. 295) [9JA]
  Yellowstone Headwaters National Recreation Area: es-          County, NY: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R.           Financial institutions: authority to regulate national
    tablish within the Gallatin and Custer National For-        1163) (H. Rept. 104–313) [7NO]                                 bank insurance activities (see H.R. 2503) [18OC]
    ests (see H.R. 1846) [14JN]                               Great Western Scenic Trail Designation: Committee            ———exclude certain bank products from the defini-
Conference reports                                              on Resources (House) (H.R. 531) (H. Rept. 104–                 tion of a deposit (see H.R. 1574) [3MY]
  Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies Appropria-         54) [27FE]                                                 ———provide funding for the Financing Corp. and
    tions (H.R. 1977) [21SE] [31OC] [12DE]                    Management of Presidio, CA, Facilities: Committee on             consolidate Federal deposit insurance funds and
Messages                                                        Resources (House) (H.R. 1296) (H. Rept. 104–234)               agencies (see H.R. 1769, 2363) [7JN] [19SE]
  Veto of H.R. 1977, Dept. of the Interior and Related          [4AU]                                                      Government: reduce fee delinquencies and improve
    Agencies Appropriations: President Clinton [18DE]         National Park System Reform Act: Committee on Re-                debt-collection (see H.R. 2234) [4AU]
Motions                                                         sources (House) (H.R. 260) (H. Rept. 104–133)              ———require electronic funds transfer for all Federal
  Dept. of the Interior and related agencies: authorizing       [7JN]                                                          payments (see H.R. 1698) [24MY]
    appropriations (H.R. 1977) [12JY] [13JY] [8SE]            Rocky Mountain National Park Visitor Facilities Oper-        IRS: safeguard taxpayer rights (see H.R. 661, 2337)
    [29SE]                                                      ation: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 629)               [24JA] [14SE]
  ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1977), con-               (H. Rept. 104–211) [28JY]                                  Kuwait: investigation of financial and commercial treat-
    ference report [15NO] [13DE]                              Virginia National Park System Improvement: Com-                  ment of U.S. citizens and commercial dispute resolu-
  ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1977), veto               mittee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1091) (H. Rept.              tion process (see H.R. 2042) [13JY]
    [18DE]                                                      104–176) [11JY]                                            Mexico: reporting requirements on economic assistance
Reports filed                                                 Washington County, UT, Land Exchange With the                    relative to instability of economy and currency (see
  Big Thicket, TX, National Preserve Land Exchange:             Water Conservancy District: Committee on Re-                   H. Con. Res. 27) [14FE]
    Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 826) (H.               sources (House) (H.R. 1838) (H. Rept. 104–306)             Money: control and prevent commercial counterfeiting
    Rept. 104–371) [30NO]                                       [6NO]                                                          (see H.R. 2511) [19OC]

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DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY                                                         INDEX
  ———require continued availability of $1 Federal Re-          ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.               Drunken driving: strengthen Federal prevention laws
    serve notes for circulation (see H.R. 1043) [24FE]             2020) (H. Rept. 104–183) [12JY]                           (see H.R. 588) [19JA]
  Presidents of the U.S.: limit Secret Service protection      Public Debt Ceiling: Committee on Ways and Means           Endeavour (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
    of former Presidents relative to traveling for income-         (House) (H.R. 2586) (H. Rept. 104–325) [7NO]              H.R. 717) [26JA]
    producing activities (see H.R. 298) [9JA]                  Timothy C. McCaghren Customs Administrative Build-         Exuberance (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
  Public debt: ceiling (see H.R. 2409, 2586) [27SE]                ing, El Paso, TX: Committee on Transportation and         H.R. 2457) [10OC]
    [7NO]                                                          Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 2415) (H. Rept. 104–      FAA: establish as an independent agency (see H.R.
  ———ceiling (H.R. 2409), consideration (see H. Res.               415) [19DE]                                               589, 1392, 2276) [19JA] [4AP] [7SE]
    292) [6DE]                                               DEPARTMENT OF TRADE                                          Fifty One (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
  ———ceiling (H.R. 2586), consideration (see H. Res.         Bills and resolutions                                           H.R. 1155, 1396) [7MR] [4AP]
    258, 262) [8NO] [9NO]                                      Establish (see H.R. 2325) [13SE]                           Finesse (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R.
  ———enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust          DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION related                            412) [9JA]
    funds (see H.R. 2621) [13NO]                                   term(s) COAST GUARD; MARITIME ADMINISTRA-              Gallant Lady (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
  ———enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust              TION                                                        H.R. 900) [10FE]
    funds (H.R. 2621), consideration (see H. Res. 293)       Appointments                                                 Gilbraltar (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
    [7DE]                                                      Conferees: H.R. 2002, Dept. of Transportation and re-         H.R. 1286) [21MR]
  ———management of cash positions whenever the                     lated agencies appropriations [8SE]                    ICC: eliminate and reform certain transportation regula-
    Government is unable to borrow funds to meet its           ———H.R. 2539, Interstate Commerce Commission                  tions (see H.R. 2539) [26OC]
    needs (see H.R. 2098) [21JY]                                   Termination Act [30NO] [12DE]                          ———eliminate and reform certain transportation regu-
  Revenue Reconciliation Act: technical corrections (see       ———S. 440, National Highway System designation                lations (H.R. 2539), consideration (see H. Res. 259)
    H.R. 1121) [3MR]                                               [20SE] [29SE] [11OC]                                      [9NO]
  Roosevelt, Theodore: mint commemorative coins (see         Bills and resolutions                                        ———eliminate and reform certain transportation regu-
    H.R. 2285) [7SE]                                           Aboriginal (vessel): certificate of documentation (see        lations (H.R. 2539), consideration of conference re-
  SBA: transfer to the Dept. of the Treasury (see H.R.             H.R. 1199) [9MR]                                          port (see H. Res. 312) [19DE]
    2125) [27JY]                                               Airlines: require use of child safety restraint systems    Isabelle (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R.
  Smithsonian Institution: mint coins in commemoration             (see H.R. 1309) [23MR]                                    1198) [9MR]
    of 150th anniversary (see H.R. 1079, 2627) [28FE]          Alpha Tango (vessel): certificate of documentation (see    Island Star (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
    [14NO]                                                         H.R. 827) [3FE]                                           H.R. 2718) [5DE]
  Taxation: require burden of proof to be on the Dept.         Appropriations: authorizing for certain maritime pro-      Jive Devil (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
    of the Treasury in all tax cases (see H.R. 390, 2450)          grams (see H.R. 1347) [29MR]                              H.R. 2702) [30NO]
    [9JA] [29SE]                                               Aura (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R.      L.R. Beattie (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
  Timothy C. McCaghren Customs Administrative Build-               1382) [3AP]                                               H.R. 626) [20JA]
    ing, El Paso, TX: designate (see H.R. 2415) [28SE]         Aviation: air cargo jetport funding (see H.R. 2449)        Memory Maker (vessel): certificate of documentation
  U.S. Navy Blue Angels: mint coins in commemoration               [29SE]                                                    (see H.R. 1466) [6AP]
    of 50th anniversary (see H.R. 1828) [13JN]                 ———Great Lakes International Air Cargo Superport           Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority: abolish
  Veterans: ensure payment of benefits regardless of               construction funding (see H.R. 2448) [29SE]               the Board of Review (see H.R. 775, 1036, 1101)
    Government financial status (see H.R. 2626, 2632,          ———management and reduction of noise pollution                [1FE] [24FE] [1MR]
    2813) [13NO] [14NO] [20DE]                                     (see H.R. 1971) [29JN]                                 ———reorganize and establish local review of pro-
  World War II: mint coins in commemoration of 50th            ———remove air carrier departure and destination re-           posals affecting noise pollution (see H.R. 836) [6FE]
    anniversary of the Marshall Plan and of George C.              strictions on Dallas Love Field Airport (see H.R.      Montauk Historical Society light station: conveyance
    Marshall (see H.R. 1406) [5AP]                                 774) [1FE]                                                (see H.R. 1164) [8MR]
Conference reports                                             Babs (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R.      Motor vehicles: average fuel economy standards for
  Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office          2048) [17JY]                                              automobiles (see H.R. 2200) [4AU]
                                                               Barges: certificate of documentation (see H.R. 1108,       ———limit regulation of light and medium duty com-
    of the President, and Independent Agencies Appro-
                                                                   1238) [1MR] [14MR]                                        mercial vehicles (see H.R. 1885) [16JN]
    priations (H.R. 2020) [25OC]
                                                               Beula Lee (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
Messages                                                                                                                  M/V Marion C II (vessel): certificate of documentation
                                                                   H.R. 1343) [28MR]
  National Emergency With Iran Relative to Petroleum                                                                         (see H.R. 2554) [26OC]
                                                               Bewildered (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
    Resources Contracts: President Clinton [15MR]                                                                         National Highway System: designate (see H.R. 2274,
                                                                   H.R. 1394) [4AP]
  Public Debt Ceiling: President Clinton [13NO]                                                                              2349) [7SE] [18SE]
                                                               Big Dad (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
  Veto of H.R. 2586, Public Debt Ceiling: President                                                                       ———designate (H.R. 2274), consideration (see H.
                                                                   H.R. 1156) [7MR]
    Clinton [13NO]                                                                                                           Res. 224) [19SE]
                                                               Broken Promise (vessel): certificate of documentation
Motions                                                                                                                   New York, NY: funding for subway system improve-
                                                                   (see H.R. 2721) [5DE]
  Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office                                                                    ments (see H.R. 2321) [13SE]
                                                               Carolyn (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R.
    of the President, and independent agencies: author-                                                                   Noise pollution: restrictions and requirements on air-
                                                                   1550) [2MY]
    izing appropriations (H.R. 2020) [19JY] [8SE]              Charlotte K (vessel): certificate of documentation (see       craft operations at metropolitan airports (see H.R.
  Public debt: ceiling (H.R. 2586) [9NO] [10NO]                    H.R. 2257) [4AU]                                          506) [13JA]
  ———ceiling (H.R. 2586), veto [13NO]                          Chrissy (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R.   Old Hat (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R.
  ———enforce debt limit and protect obligated trust                829) [3FE]                                                828) [3FE]
    funds (H.R. 2621) [14DE]                                   Coast Guard: authorizing appropriations (see H.R.          Organization: simplify and improve (see H.R. 1440)
Reports filed                                                      1151, 1361) [7MR] [30MR]                                  [6AP]
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2020,             ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 1361), consid-         Power resources: natural gas and hazardous liquid pipe-
    Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Of-           eration (see H. Res. 139) [3MY]                           line safety (see H.R. 432, 1126, 1187, 1323) [9JA]
    fice of the President, and Independent Agencies Ap-        ———conveyance of Whitefish Point Light Station,               [3MR] [9MR] [24MR]
    propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.              MI (see H.R. 2611) [9NO]                               Raffles Light (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
    267) (Rept. 104–338) [14NO]                                ———transfer title of Point Arena Light Station to             H.R. 2258) [4AU]
  Consideration of H.R. 2020, Dept. of the Treasury,               Point Arena Lighthouse Keepers, Inc. (see H.R.         Reel Toy (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
    Postal Service, Executive Office of the President,             2643) [15NO]                                              H.R. 414) [9JA]
    and Independent Agencies Appropriations: Com-              Courier Service (vessel): certificate of documentation     Roads and highways: study methods to reduce acci-
    mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 190) (H. Rept.                (see H.R. 2719) [5DE]                                     dents caused by drivers falling asleep while oper-
    104–190) [17JY]                                            Dante (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R.        ating certain commercial motor vehicles (see H.R.
  Consideration of H.R. 2586, Public Debt Ceiling: Com-            1236) [14MR]                                              456) [9JA]
    mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 258) (H. Rept.            Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: making       Sallie D (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R.
    104–328) [8NO]                                                 appropriations (see H.R. 2002) [11JY]                     1466) [6AP]
  ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 262) (H.              ———making appropriations (H.R. 2002), consider-            Shaka Maru (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
    Rept. 104–332) [9NO]                                           ation (see H. Res. 194) [19JY]                            H.R. 2388) [21SE]
  Consideration of H.R. 2621, Public Debt Limit En-            ———making appropriations (H.R. 2002), consider-            Shaku Maru (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
    forcement and Protection of Obligated Trust Funds:             ation of conference report (see H. Res. 241) [24OC]       H.R. 1395) [4AP]
    Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 293) (H. Rept.         District of Columbia: increase Federal share of certain    Shamrock V (vessel): certificate of documentation (see
    104–388) [7DE]                                                 transportation project costs (see H.R. 2017) [12JY]       H.R. 717) [26JA]
  Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office      Doppler Effect (vessel): certificate of documentation      Ships and vessels: certificates of documentation for
    of the President, and Independent Agencies Appro-              (see H.R. 1237) [14MR]                                    certain vessels (see H.R. 1197) [9MR]
    priations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 2020) (H.         Dordy III (vessel): certificate of documentation (see      ———revitalize U.S.-flag merchant marine (see H.R.
    Rept. 104–291) [25OC]                                          H.R. 1239) [14MR]                                         1350) [29MR]

                                                                                      3316
                                                                                    INDEX                                       DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

  ———revitalize U.S.-flag merchant marine (H.R.                Interstate Commerce Commission Termination Act:                ———computation of retirement pay credit for military
     1350), consideration (see H. Res. 287) [30NO]                 Committee of Conference (H.R. 2539) (H. Rept.                reservists who are retained in active service (see
  Shogun (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R.          104–311) [6NO], (H. Rept. 104–422) [18DE]                    H.R. 894) [10FE]
     2735) [6DE]                                               National Highway System Designation: Committee of              ———designation of flag style used at burial (see H.R.
  Smalley 6808 (vessel): certificate of documentation (see         Conference (S. 440) (H. Rept. 104–345) [15NO]                280) [9JA]
     H.R. 413) [9JA]                                           ———Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure              ———ensure payment of benefits regardless of Gov-
  Sundown (vessel): certificate of documentation (see              (House) (H.R. 2274) (H. Rept. 104–246) [14SE]                ernment financial status (see H.R. 2626, 2632, 2813)
     H.R. 2191) [3AU]                                          Natural Gas and Hazardous Liquid Pipeline Safety:                [13NO] [14NO] [20DE]
  Tecumseh (vessel): certificate of documentation (see             Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 1323) (H.              ———establish confidential database for the collection
     H.R. 627) [20JA]                                              Rept. 104–110) [6JN]                                         of medical information (see H.R. 798) [2FE]
  The Summer Wind (vessel): certificate of documenta-          ———Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure              ———establish medical facility in south Texas (see
     tion (see H.R. 2717) [5DE]                                    (House) (H.R. 1323) (H. Rept. 104–110) [1MY]                 H.R. 336) [9JA]
  Too Much Fun (vessel): certificate of documentation          Revitalize U.S.-Flag Merchant Marine: Committee on             ———extend benefits to certain merchant mariners
     (see H.R. 1599) [9MY]                                         National Security (House) (H.R. 1350) (H. Rept.              who served during World War II (see H.R. 44) [9JA]
  Transportation: codify certain laws (see H.R. 2297)              104–229) [3AU]                                             ———extend benefits to certain merchant mariners
     [12SE]                                                  DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS related                             who served during wartime (see H.R. 2215) [4AU]
  ———establish State infrastructure banks to finance               term(s) VETERANS                                           ———improve health care programs (see H.R. 1385,
     certain transportation projects (see H.R. 2439)         Appointments                                                       1468) [4AP] [7AP]
     [29SE]                                                    Conferees: H.R. 2099, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and           ———improve programs and benefits (see H.R. 1482)
  ———funding for bicycle facilities and pedestrian                 HUD, and sundry independent agencies appropria-              [7AP]
     walkways (see H.R. 1539) [2MY]                                tions [2NO]                                                ———increase monthly payments for veterans in cer-
  ———transfer management of National Driver Reg-             Bills and resolutions                                              tain education programs (see H.R. 1634) [12MY]
     ister functions (see H.R. 2558) [30OC]                    Appropriations: making continuing (see H.J. Res. 134)          ———increase service-connected disability benefits
  Triad (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R.           [20DE]                                                       (see H.R. 2352, 2394) [19SE] [25SE]
     1359) [29MR]                                              ———making continuing (H.J. Res. 134), consider-                ———medical information sharing between the Social
  Twin Drill (vessel): extension of deadline for conver-           ation (see H. Res. 317) [20DE]                               Security Administration and the Dept. of Veterans
     sion (see H.R. 1196) [9MR]                                Authorities: extend (see H.R. 2219, 2353) [4AU]                  Affairs for the determination of disability status (see
  Water Front Property (vessel): certificate of docu-              [19SE]                                                       H.R. 1609) [10MY]
     mentation (see H.R. 2720) [5DE]                           Brookhaven, NY: establish Dept. of Veterans Affairs            ———minimum survivor annuities for surviving
Conference reports                                                 ambulatory care facility (see H.R. 2831) [22DE]              spouses who remain unmarried (see H.R. 1090)
  Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appro-          Calverton, NY: transfer portion of Naval Weapons In-             [1MR]
     priations (H.R. 2002) [20OC]                                  dustrial Reserve Plant to the Calverton National           ———permit concurrent receipt of military retired pay
  Interstate Commerce Commission Termination Act                   Cemetery (see H.R. 1365) [30MR]                              with service-connected disability benefits (see H.R.
     (H.R. 2539) [18DE]                                        Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry inde-             65, 303) [9JA]
  National Highway System Designation (S. 440) [15NO]              pendent agencies: authorizing appropriations (see          ———priority health care to those who received naso-
Messages                                                           H.R. 2099) [21JY]                                            pharyngeal irradiation treatments while in the Armed
  Dept. of Transportation Report on Hazardous Materials        ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2099), consid-               Forces (see H.R. 2080) [20JY]
     Transportation: President Clinton [11OC]                      eration (see H. Res. 201) [25JY]                           ———reform insurance plans and coverage (see H.R.
  Highway and Motor Vehicle Safety Report: President           ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2099), consid-               2156) [1AU]
     Clinton [21SE]                                                eration of conference report (see H. Res. 280, 291)        ———revise certain authorities on the management
  Rescission Proposals Affecting the Depts. of Justice             [18NO] [6DE]                                                 and contracting of provision of health care services
     and Transportation, and NASA: President Clinton           Disabled: study providing services and benefits to indi-         (see H.R. 2798) [15DE]
     [2MY]                                                         viduals who served with voluntary organizations as-        ———revise effective dates for discontinuance of com-
Motions                                                            sisting the Armed Forces during the Vietnamese               pensation and pension benefits (see H.R. 109) [9JA]
  Dept. of Transportation and related agencies: making             Conflict (see H.R. 179) [9JA]                              ———revisions of benefits decisions based on clear
     appropriations (H.R. 2002) [8SE]                          Flags: display of POW/MIA flag at medical centers                and unmistakable error (see H.R. 1483) [7AP]
  National Highway System: designate (S. 440) [20SE]               relative to full accounting of Vietnam-era POW/MIA       Conference reports
Reports filed                                                      (see H.R. 2013) [11JY]                                     Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Inde-
  Coast Guard Appropriations: Committee on Transpor-           Health: establish mammography quality standards (see             pendent Agencies Appropriations (H.R. 2099)
     tation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 1361) (H.             H.R. 882) [9FE]                                              [17NO] [6DE]
     Rept. 104–106) [1MY]                                      ———expand services at veterans medical centers (see          Messages
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2002,                 H.R. 2313) [12SE]                                          Veto of H.R. 2099, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and
     Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appro-       ———outpatient medical services for former POW                    HUD, and Sundry Independent Agencies Appropria-
     priations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 241)           (see H.R. 468) [11JA]                                        tions: President Clinton [18DE]
     (H. Rept. 104–289) [24OC]                                 Health care facilities: authorizing appropriations for       Motions
  Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2539,                 medical facilities projects and leases (see H.R. 2814)     Appropriations: making continuing (H.J. Res. 134)
     Interstate Commerce Commission Termination Act:               [20DE]                                                       [20DE]
     Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 312) (H. Rept.        ———authorizing construction appropriations (see                Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry inde-
     104–425) [19DE]                                               H.R. 1534) [2MY]                                             pendent agencies: authorizing appropriations (H.R.
  Consideration of H.R. 1350, Revitalize U.S.-Flag Mer-        Health care professionals: determine locality salaries           2099) [27JY] [28JY] [31JY] [2NO]
     chant Marine: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.             for certain nurse anesthetist positions (see H.R.          ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2099), con-
     287) (H. Rept. 104–375) [30NO]                                1536) [2MY]                                                  ference report [29NO] [7DE]
  Consideration of H.R. 1361, Coast Guard Appropria-           ———exempt certain full-time employees from restric-            ———authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2099), veto
     tions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 139)               tions on outside professional activities (see H.R.           [18DE]
     (H. Rept. 104–111) [3MY]                                      1384) [4AP]                                              Reports filed
  Consideration of H.R. 2002, Dept. of Transportation          Housing: assist active duty military personnel through         Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2099,
     and Related Agencies Appropriations: Committee on             interest rate buy downs (see H.R. 1611) [11MY]               Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry
     Rules (House) (H. Res. 194) (H. Rept. 104–195)            ———extend certain veterans housing programs (see                 Independent Agencies Appropriations: Committee on
     [19JY]                                                        H.R. 1632) [12MY]                                            Rules (House) (H. Res. 280) (H. Rept. 104–355)
  Consideration of H.R. 2274, National Highway System          Medicare: reimbursement for services provided to eligi-          [18NO]
     Designation: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.              ble individuals by military or veterans hospitals (see     ———Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 291) (H.
     224) (H. Rept. 104–252) [19SE]                                H.R. 861, 1767) [8FE] [7JN]                                  Rept. 104–385) [6DE]
  Consideration of H.R. 2539, Interstate Commerce Com-         Readjustment Counseling Service: organization and ad-          Consideration of H.J. Res. 134, Dept. of Veterans Af-
     mission Termination Act: Committee on Rules                   ministration (see H.R. 1429) [6AP]                           fairs Continuing Appropriations: Committee on Rules
     (House) (H. Res. 259) (H. Rept. 104–329) [9NO]            States: limit per diem payments to veterans homes (see           (House) (H. Res. 317) (H. Rept. 104–428) [20DE]
  Dept. of Transportation and Related Agencies Appro-              H.R. 2112) [25JY]                                          Consideration of H.R. 2099, Depts. of Veterans Affairs
     priations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 2002) (H.        Veterans: authorize termination of Servicemen’s Group            and HUD, and Sundry Independent Agencies Appro-
     Rept. 104–286) [20OC]                                         Life Insurance coverage when premiums are unpaid             priations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 201)
  ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.                     (see H.R. 2157) [1AU]                                        (H. Rept. 104–206) [25JY]
     2002) (H. Rept. 104–177) [11JY]                           ———benefit eligibility for certain service in the mili-        Dept. of Veterans Affairs Appropriations for Medical
  District of Columbia Emergency Highway Relief Act:               tary forces of the Philippines (see H.R. 1136) [6MR]         Facilities Projects and Leases: Committee on Vet-
     Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure            ———compensation for children of veterans exposed                 erans’ Affairs (House) (H.R. 2814) (H. Rept. 104–
     (House) (H.R. 2017) (H. Rept. 104–217) [31JY]                 to ionizing radiation (see H.R. 2401) [27SE]                 443) [22DE]

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DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS                                                       INDEX
  Dept. of Veterans Affairs Authority Extension: Com-           Foreign aid: provide for the withholding of contribu-          Political campaigns: prohibit contributions and expendi-
      mittee on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 2353) (H.            tions to certain organizations that assist Iraq, Iran,         tures by multicandidate committees in elections for
      Rept. 104–275) [12OC]                                         Libya, and Cuba (see H.R. 83) [9JA]                            Federal office (see H.R. 223) [9JA]
  Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry Inde-          Foreign trade: prohibit the importation of sugar into          SSI: eliminate fraud in payment of disability benefits
      pendent Agencies Appropriations: Committee of                 the U.S. from countries that import sugar from Cuba            to children (see H.R. 224) [9JA]
      Conference (H.R. 2099) (H. Rept. 104–353) [17NO]              (see H.R. 84) [9JA]                                      DICKS, NORMAN D. (a Representative from Wash-
      (H. Rept. 104–384) [6DE]                                  Government regulations: reform regulatory process                  ington)
  ———Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.                      (H.R. 1022), consideration (see H. Res. 96) [24FE]       Appointments
      2099) (H. Rept. 104–201) [21JY]                           House Rules: same-day consideration of certain resolu-         Committee on Intelligence (House, Select) [4JA]
  Determine Locality Salaries for Certain Dept. of Vet-             tions (see H. Res. 260, 265, 276) [9NO] [13NO]             Conferee: H.R. 889, Dept. of Defense supplemental
      erans Affairs Nurse Anesthetist Positions: Committee          [17NO]                                                         appropriations and rescissions to enhance military
      on Veterans Affairs (House) (H.R. 1536) (H. Rept.         Housing: modify discrimination prohibitions granted for            readiness [28MR]
      104–225) [2AU]                                                older persons (H.R. 660), consideration (see H. Res.       ———H.R. 1530, Dept. of Defense appropriations
  Exempt Certain Full-Time Dept. of Veterans Affairs                126) [3AP]                                                     [21SE]
      Health Care Professionals From Restrictions on Out-       Legislative branch of the Government: making appro-            ———H.R. 1655, intelligence services appropriations
      side Professional Activities: Committee on Veterans           priations (H.R. 1854), consideration (see H. Res.              [17OC]
      Affairs (House) (H.R. 1384) (H. Rept. 104–226)                169) [19JN]                                                ———H.R. 1977, Dept. of the Interior and related
      [2AU]                                                     ———making appropriations (H.R. 1854), consider-                    agencies appropriations [8SE]
  Increase Service-Connected Disability Benefits for Vet-           ation of conference report (see H. Res. 206) [1AU]         ———H.R. 2126, Dept. of Defense appropriations
      erans: Committee on Veterans’ Affairs (House) (H.R.       ———making appropriations (H.R. 2492), consider-                    [13SE] [14SE] [18OC]
      2394) (H. Rept. 104–273) [6OC]                                ation (see H. Res. 239) [19OC]                             U.S. Air Force Academy Board of Visitors [27JN]
DEPOSITORY             INSTITUTION         MANAGEMENT           NSC: establish positions of Director, Deputy Director,       Bills and resolutions introduced by
      INTERLOCKS ACT                                                and Senior Directors (see H.R. 1494) [7AP]                 Landfills: disposal of organic s