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									T 1.43                                                         JOURNAL OF THE                                                                 JANUARY 7
31st Annual Report of the Department                  Lobbying Disclosure Act, which be-                       Certain Designated Counties in Idaho, and
of Housing and Urban Development,                     came effective on January 1, 1996, do                    Malheur County, Oregon; Relaxation of Pack
which covers calendar year 1995.                      not apply to her in her capacity as                      and Marking Requirements [Docket No.
                                                                                                               FV96–958–3 FIR] received October 9, 1996, pur-
                 WILLIAM J. CLINTON.                  Deputy United States Trade Represent-
                                                                                                               suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
  THE WHITE HOUSE, January 7, 1997.                   ative and it is appropriate that they                    mittee on Agriculture.
  The message, together with the ac-                  not apply to her if she is appointed to                    8. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-
companying papers, was referred to the                be the United States Trade Representa-                   cultural Marketing Service, transmitting
Committee on Banking and Financial                    tive.                                                    the Service’s final rule—Raisins Produced
                                                        I have today nominated Charlene                        From Grapes Grown in California; Assess-
Services.
                                                      Barshefsky to be the next United                         ment Rate [Docket No. FV96–989–3 IFR] re-
T 1.43 MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT—                    States Trade Representative. She has                     ceived October 9, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
                                                                                                               801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-
     DOE ANNUAL REPORT, 1994-95                       done an outstanding job as Deputy                        culture.
   The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr.                       United States Trade Representative                         9. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-
LAHOOD, laid before the House a mes-                  since 1993 and as Acting United States                   cultural Marketing Service, transmitting
sage from the President, which was                    Trade Representative for the last 9                      the Service’s final rule—Assessment Rates
read as follows:                                      months. I am confident she will make                     for Specified Marketing Orders [Docket No.
                                                      an excellent United States Trade Rep-                    FV96–927–2 FIR] received October 9, 1996, pur-
To the Congress of the United States:                 resentative. I urge the Congress to                      suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
  In accordance with the requirements                                                                          mittee on Agriculture.
                                                      take prompt and favorable action on                        10. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-
of section 657 of the Department of En-               this legislation.                                        cultural Marketing Service, transmitting
ergy Organization Act (Public Law 95–                                   WILLIAM J. CLINTON.                    the Service’s final rule—Milk in the Eastern
91; 42 U.S.C. 7267), I transmit herewith                THE WHITE HOUSE, January 7, 1997.                      Colorado Marketing Area; Suspension of Cer-
the Annual Report of the Department                                                                            tain Provisions of the Order [DA–96–13] re-
                                                        The message, together with the ac-
of Energy, which covers the years 1994                                                                         ceived October 25, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
                                                      companying papers, was referred to the
and 1995.                                                                                                      801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-
                                                      Committee on Ways and Means and or-                      culture.
                   WILLIAM J. CLINTON.
                                                      dered to be printed (H. Doc. 105–22).                      11. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-
  THE WHITE HOUSE, January 7, 1997.
                                                                                                               cultural Marketing Service, transmitting
  The message, together with the ac-                  T 1.46 COMMUNICATIONS                                    the Service’s final rule—Olives Grown in
companying papers, was referred to the                   Under clause 2 of rule XXIV, execu-                   California and Imported Olives; Establish-
Committee on Commerce.                                tive and other communications were                       ment of Limited-Use Olive Grade and Size
                                                      taken from the Speaker’s table and re-                   Requirements [Docket No. FV96–932–3 FIR]
T 1.44 FURTHER MESSAGE FROM THE                                                                                received October 25, 1996, pursuant to 5
                                                      ferred as follows:
   PRESIDENT                                                                                                   U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ag-
                                                        1. A letter from the Secretary of Agri-                riculture.
  A further message in writing from                   culture, transmitting the annual report on                 12. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-
the President of the United States was                foreign investment in U.S. agricultural land             cultural Marketing Service, transmitting
communicated to the House by Mr.                      through December 31, 1995, pursuant to 7                 the Service’s final rule—Kiwifruit Grown in
Edwin Thomas, one of his secretaries.                 U.S.C. 3504; to the Committee on Agri-                   California; Reduction of Reporting Require-
                                                      culture.                                                 ments [Docket No. FV96–920–3 IFR] received
T 1.45 MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT—                      2. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-              October 19, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
     U.S. TRADE REPRESENTATIVE                        cultural Marketing Service, transmitting                 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-
                                                      the Service’s final rule—Almonds Grown in                culture.
   The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr.                       California; Change in Quality Control Re-                  13. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-
DREIER, laid before the House a mes-                  quirements [Docket No. FV96–981–3FIR] re-                cultural Marketing Service, transmitting
sage from the President, which was                    ceived October 14, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            the Service’s final rule—Regulations Issued
read as follows:                                      801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-                  Under the Export Grape and Plum Act; Ex-
                                                      culture.                                                 emption from Size Regulations for Black
To the Congress of the United States:                   3. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-              Corinth Grapes [Docket No. FV96–35–1 IFR]
  I am pleased to transmit herewith for               cultural Marketing Service, transmitting                 received October 16, 1996, pursuant to 5
your immediate consideration and en-                  the Service’s final rule—Irish Potatoes                  U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ag-
actment legislation to provide a waiver               Grown in Maine; Termination of Marketing                 riculture.
from certain provisions relating to the               Order No. 950 [Docket No. FV95–950–1FR] re-                14. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-
appointment of the United States                      ceived October 14, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            cultural Marketing Service, transmitting
                                                      801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-                  the Service’s final rule—Fresh Fruits, Vege-
Trade Representative.                                 culture.                                                 tables and Other Products (Inspection, Cer-
  This draft bill would authorize the                   4. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-              tification, and Standards) [Docket No. FV–
President, acting by and with the ad-                 cultural Marketing Service, transmitting                 95–306] received October 16, 1996, pursuant to
vice and consent of the Senate, to ap-                the Service’s final rule—Domestically Pro-               5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
point Charlene Barshefsky as the                      duced Peanuts Handled by Persons Subject                 Agriculture.
United States Trade Representative,                   to Peanut Marketing Agreement No. 146;                     15. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-
notwithstanding any limitations im-                   Changes in Terms and Conditions of Indem-                cultural Marketing Service, transmitting
posed by certain provisions of law. The               nification [Docket No. FV96–998–3 FR] re-                the Service’s final rule—Assessment Rate for
                                                      ceived October 29, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            Domestically Produced Peanuts Handled by
Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1995 amend-                801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-                  Persons Not Subject to Peanut Marketing
ed the provisions of the Trade Act of                 culture.                                                 Agreement No. 146 and for Marketing Agree-
1974 regarding the appointment of the                   5. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-              ment No. 146 Regulating the Quality of Do-
United States Trade Representative                    cultural Marketing Service, transmitting                 mestically Produced Peanuts [Docket No.
and the Deputy United States Trade                    the Service’s final rule—Milk in the Iowa                FV96–998–2 FIR] received November 25, 1996,
Representatives by imposing certain                   Marketing Area; Revision of Pool Supply                  pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
limitations on their appointment.                     Plant Shipping Percentage [DA–96–11] re-                 mittee on Agriculture.
                                                      ceived October 30, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.              16. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-
These limitations only became effec-
                                                      801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-                  cultural Marketing Service, transmitting
tive with respect to the appointment of               culture.                                                 the Service’s final rule—Oranges and Grape-
the United States Trade Representa-                     6. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-              fruit Grown in the Lower Rio Grande Valley
tive and Deputy United States Trade                   cultural Marketing Service, transmitting                 in Texas; Revision of Pack and Size Require-
Representatives on January 1, 1996, and               the Service’s final rule—Tomatoes Grown in               ments [Docket No. FV96–906–3 FIR] received
do not apply to individuals who were                  Florida; Partial Exemption from the Han-                 November 25, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
serving in one of those positions on                  dling Regulation for Single Layer and Two                801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-
that date and continue to serve in                    Layer Place Packed Tomatoes [Docket No.                  culture.
                                                      FV96–966–2 IFR] received October 30, 1996,                 17. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-
them. Because Charlene Barshefsky
                                                      pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           cultural Marketing Service, transmitting
was appointed Deputy United States                    mittee on Agriculture.                                   the Service’s final rule—Domestic Dates
Trade Representative on May 28, 1993,                   7. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-              Produced or Packed in Riverside County,
and has continued to serve in that posi-              cultural Marketing Service, transmitting                 California; Assessment Rate [Docket No.
tion since then, the limitations in the               the Service’s final rule—Onions Grown in                 FV96–987–1 FIR] received November 21, 1996,


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1997                                               HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                            T 1.46
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         received November 2, 1996, pursuant to 5                 Puerto Rico, and Demonstration Projects
mittee on Agriculture.                                 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ag-             (RIN: 0584–AC14) (Amendment No. 371) re-
  18. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-           riculture.                                               ceived November 19, 1996, pursuant to 5
cultural Marketing Service, transmitting                 29. A letter from the Congressional Review             U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ag-
the Service’s final rule—Walnuts Grown in              Coordinator, Animal and Plant Health In-                 riculture.
California; Assessment Rate [Docket No.                spection Service, transmitting the Service’s               40. A letter from the Under Secretary for
FV96–984–1 IFR] received December 2, 1996,             final rule—Viruses, Serums, Toxins, and                  Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services, De-
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         Analogous Products; Licenses, Inspections,               partment of Agriculture, transmitting the
mittee on Agriculture.                                 Records, and Reports [Docket No. 93–072–2]               Department’s ‘‘Major’’ final rule—Food
  19. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-           received October 16, 1996, pursuant to 5                 Stamp Program: Certification Provisions of
cultural Marketing Service, transmitting               U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ag-             the Mickey Leland Childhood Hunger Relief
the Service’s final rule—Limes Grown in                riculture.                                               Act (RIN: 0584–AB76) (Amendment No. 375)
Florida and Imported Limes; Increase in the              30. A letter from the Congressional Review             received October 8, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
Minimum Size Requirement [Docket No.                   Coordinator, Animal and Plant Health In-                 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-
FV96–911–1FR] received December 6, 1996,               spection Service, transmitting the Service’s             culture.
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         final rule—Commuted Traveltime Periods;                    41. A letter from the Under Secretary for
mittee on Agriculture.                                 Overtime Services Relating to Imports and                Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services, De-
  20. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-           Exports [Docket No. 95–049–1] received Octo-             partment of Agriculture, transmitting the
cultural Marketing Service, transmitting               ber 16, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);         Department’s final rule—Monthly Reporting
the Service’s final rule—Oranges and Grape-            to the Committee on Agriculture.                         on Reservations Provision of the Food
fruit Grown in the Lower Rio Grande Valley               31. A letter from the Congressional Review             Stamp Program Improvements Act of 1994
in Texas; Change in Reporting Requirements             Coordinator, Animal and Plant Health In-                 (RIN: 0584–AB98) (Amendment No. 365) re-
[Docket No. FV96–906–2 FR] received Decem-             spection Service, transmitting the Service’s             ceived October 8, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
ber 6, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);        final rule—Exotic Newcastle Disease in Birds             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-
to the Committee on Agriculture.                       and Poultry; Chlamydiosis in Poultry [Dock-              culture.
  21. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-           et No. 87–090–3] received November 5, 1996,                42. A letter from the Director, Office of
cultural Marketing Service, transmitting               pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           Regulatory Management, Environmental
the Service’s final rule—Oranges, Grapefruit,          mittee on Agriculture.                                   Protection Agency, transmitting the Agen-
Tangerines, and Tangelos Grown in Florida;               32. A letter from the Congressional Review             cy’s final rule—Propiconazole; Pesticide Tol-
and Import Regulations (Grapefruit); Relax-            Coordinator, Animal and Plant Health In-                 erances for Emergency Exemptions (RIN:
ation of the Minimum Size Requirement for              spection Service, transmitting the Service’s             2070–AB78) received November 21, 1996, pursu-
Red Grapefruit [Docket No. FV96–905–4 IFR]             final rule—CEM; Remove Interstate Move-                  ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
received December 6, 1996, pursuant to 5               ment Regulations [Docket No. 96–040–1] re-               on Agriculture.
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ag-           ceived October 18, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.              43. A letter from the Director, Office of
riculture.                                             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-                  Regulatory Management and Information,
  22. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-           culture.                                                 Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
cultural Marketing Service, transmitting                 33. A letter from the Congressional Review             ting the Agency’s final rule—Imidacloprid
the Service’s final rule—Almonds Grown in              Coordinator, Animal and Plant Health In-                 Pesticide Tolerance; Emergency Exemptions
California; Interest and Late Payment                  spection Service, transmitting the Service’s             [FRL–5575–1] received November 26, 1996, pur-
Charges on Past Due Assessments [Docket                final rule—Brucellosis in Cattle; State and              suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
No. FV96–981–4 FR] received December 6,                Area Classifications; New Mexico [Docket                 mittee on Agriculture.
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        No. 96–045–1] received November 19, 1996, pur-             44. A letter from the Director, Office of
Committee on Agriculture.                              suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-              Regulatory Management and Information,
  23. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-           mittee on Agriculture.                                   Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
cultural Marketing Service, transmitting                 34. A letter from the Acting Executive Di-             ting the Agency’s final rule—Tebufenozide;
the Service’s final rule—Raisins Produced              rector, Commodity Futures Trading Com-                   Pesticide Tolerance for Emergency Exemp-
From Grapes Grown in California; Assess-               mission, transmitting the Commission’s                   tions [FRL–5574–9] received November 26,
ment Rate [Docket No. FV96–989–3 FIR] re-              final rule—Correction of Trading Records (17             1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
ceived December 6, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.          CFR Part 1) received November 7, 1996, pur-              Committee on Agriculture.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-                suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-                45. A letter from the Director, Office of
culture.                                               mittee on Agriculture.                                   Regulatory Management and Information,
  24. A letter from the Administrator, Agri-             35. A letter from the Acting Executive Di-             Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
cultural Marketing Service, transmitting               rector, Commodity Futures Trading Com-                   ting the Agency’s final rule—Triadimefon;
the Service’s final rule—Kiwifruit Grown in            mission, transmitting the Commission’s                   Pesticide Tolerance for Emergency Exemp-
California; Reduction of Reporting Require-            final rule—Report for Commission Interpre-               tions [FRL–5574–8] received November 26,
ments [Docket No. FV–96–920–3 FIR] received            tation (Appendix A to Part 3 of Commission               1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
December 12, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                Regulations) received November 13, 1996, pur-            Committee on Agriculture.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-                suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-                46. A letter from the Director, Office of
culture.                                               mittee on Agriculture.                                   Regulatory Management and Information,
  25. A letter from the Congressional Review             36. A letter from the Under Secretary for              Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
Coordinator, Animal and Plant Health In-               Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services, De-              ting the Agency’s final rule—Metalochlor
spection Service, transmitting the Service’s           partment of Agriculture, transmitting the                Pesticide Tolerance; Emergency Exemption
final rule—Commuted Traveltime Periods:                Department’s ‘‘Major’’ final rule—Child Sup-             For Use on Spinach [FRL–5574–7] November
Overtime Services Relating to Imports and              port Deduction (RIN: 9584–AB58) received Oc-             26, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to
Exports [Docket No. 96–074–1] received No-             tober 8, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                      the Committee on Agriculture.
vember 19, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                  801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-                    47. A letter from the Chairman and Chief
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-                culture.                                                 Executive Officer, Farm Credit Administra-
culture.                                                 37. A letter from the Under Secretary for              tion, transmitting the Administration’s final
  26. A letter from the Congressional Review           Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services, De-              rule—Funding and Fiscal Affairs, Loan Poli-
Coordinator, Animal and Plant Health In-               partment of Agriculture, transmitting the                cies and Operations, and Funding Oper-
spection Service, transmitting the Service’s           Department’s final rule—Simplification of                ations; Book-entry Procedures for Farm
final rule—Importation of Horses from CEM              Program Rules (RIN: 0584–AB60) (Amend-                   Credit Securities (RIN: 3052–AB73) received
Countries [Docket No. 95–054–2] received Oc-           ment No. 364) received October 8, 1996, pursu-           December 17, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
tober 16, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-                on Agriculture.                                          culture.
culture.                                                 38. A letter from the Under Secretary for                48. A letter from the Chairman and Chief
  27. A letter from the Congressional Review           Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services, De-              Executive Officer, Farm Credit Administra-
Coordinator, Animal and Plant Health In-               partment of Agriculture, transmitting the                tion, transmitting the Administration’s final
spection Service, transmitting the Service’s           Department’s final rule—Treatment of Edu-                rule—Organization and Functions; Privacy
final rule—Brucellosis in Cattle; State and            cational and Training Assistance (RIN: 0584–             Act Regulations; Organization; Loan Policies
Area Classifications; Louisiana [Docket No.            AB93) (Amendment No. 374) received October               and Operations; Funding and Fiscal Affairs,
96–043–1] received October 30, 1996, pursuant          8, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to           Loan Policies and Operations, and Funding
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on          the Committee on Agriculture.                            Operations; General Provisions; Definitions
Agriculture.                                             39. A letter from the Under the Secretary              (RIN: 3052–AB61) received December 17, 1996,
  28. A letter from the Congressional Review           for Food, Nutrition, and Consumer Services,              pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
Coordinator, Animal and Plant Health In-               Department of Agriculture, transmitting the              mittee on Agriculture.
spection Service, transmitting the Service’s           Department’s final rule—Food Stamp Pro-                    49. A letter from the Chairman and Chief
final rule—Japanese Beetle; Domestic Quar-             gram, Regulatory Review: Alaska, the Com-                Executive Officer, Farm Credit Administra-
antine and Regulations [Docket No. 95–087–2]           monwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands,               tion, transmitting the Administration’s final


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T 1.46                                                          JOURNAL OF THE                                                                 JANUARY 7
rule—Accounting and Reporting Require-                 Department of Defense, transmitting a re-                lected acquisition reports [SAR’s] for the
ments (RIN: 3052–AB54) received December               port of a violation of the Anti-Deficiency               quarter ending September 30, 1996, pursuant
17, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to        Act—Air Force violation case No. 92–27,                  to 10 U.S.C. 2432; to the Committee on Na-
the Committee on Agriculture.                          which totaled $478,093, occurred in the fiscal           tional Security.
  50. A letter from the Acting Administrator,          year 1987 operation and maintenance [O&M],                 70. A letter from the Secretary of the
Farm Service Agency, transmitting the                  Air Force appropriation at Ramstein Air                  Navy, transmitting notification of the pro-
Agency’s final rule—Disaster Reserve Assist-           Base, Germany, pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 1517(b);            posed transfer of the battleship ex-Missouri
ance Program—received October 24, 1996,                to the Committee on Appropriations.                      (BB–63) to the U.S.S. Missouri Memorial As-
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           61. A letter from the Under Secretary of               sociation, Inc., Honolulu, HI, a nonprofit or-
mittee on Agriculture.                                 Defense (Comptroller), Department of De-                 ganization, pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 7308(c); to
  51. A letter from the Acting Administrator,          fense, transmitting a report of a violation of           the Committee on National Security.
Farm Service Agency, transmitting the                  the Anti-Deficiency Act—Air Force viola-                   71. A letter from the Director, Defense Pro-
Agency’s final rule—1996 Marketing Quotas              tion, case No. 92–09, which totaled $464,800,            curement, Department of Defense, transmit-
and Price Support Levels for Fire-Cured                occurred at Ramstein Air Base, Germany,                  ting the Department’s final rule—Defense
(type 21), Fire-Cured (types 22–23), Dark Air-         when personnel in the 377th Civil Engineer-              Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement;
Cured (types 35–36 , Virginia Sun-Cured (type          ing Group improperly used the fiscal year                Pilot Mentor-Protege Program [DFARS Case
37), Cigar-Filler and Binder (types 42–44 and          1987 operation and maintenance [O&M], Air                96–D317] received October 11, 1996, pursuant
53–55), and Cigar-Filler (type 46) tobaccos            Force appropriation to alter and add to an               to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
(RIN: 0560–AE46) received November 25, 1996,           existing recreation center, pursuant to 31               National Security.
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         U.S.C. 1517(b); to the Committee on Appro-                 72. A letter from the Director, Defense Pro-
mittee on Agriculture.                                 priations.                                               curement, Department of Defense, transmit-
  52. A letter from the Acting Administrator,            62. A letter from the Under Secretary of               ting the Department’s final rule—Defense
Farm Service Agency, transmitting the                  Defense (Comptroller), Department of De-                 Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement;
Agency’s     final   rule—1996-Crop    Peanuts         fense, transmitting a report of a violation of           Restructuring Costs/Bonuses [DFARS Case
Amended National Poundage Quota (RIN:                  the Anti-Deficiency Act—Air Force viola-                 96–D332] received November 14, 1996, pursuant
0560–AE45) received November 25, 1996, pursu-          tion, case No. 92–11, which totaled $37,779, oc-         to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801 (a)(1)(A); to the Com-             curred at the O’Hare International Air Force             National Security.
mittee on Agriculture.                                 Reserve Station, Chicago, IL, pursuant to 31               73. A letter from the Director, Defense Pro-
  53. A letter from the Acting Administrator,          U.S.C. 1517(b); to the Committee on Appro-               curement, Department of Defense, transmit-
Farm Service Agency, transmitting the                  priations.                                               ting the Department’s final rule—Foreign
Agency’s final rule—Dairy Indemnity Pay-                 63. A letter from the Under Secretary of               Machine Tools and Powered and Non-Pow-
ment Program [Workplan Number 96–050]                  Defense (Comptroller), Department of De-                 ered Valves [DFARS Case 96–D023] received
(RIN: 0560–AE97) received December 6, 1996,            fense, transmitting a report of a violation of           November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         the Anti-Deficiency Act—case No. 95–06, oc-              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on National
mittee on Agriculture.                                 curred in the research, development test and             Security.
  54. A letter from the Administrator, For-            evaluation [RDT&E] merged account, pursu-                  74. A letter from the Director of Defense
eign Agricultural Service, transmitting the            ant to 31 U.S.C. 1517(b); to the Committee on            Procurement, Department of Defense, trans-
Service’s final rule—Agreements for the De-            Appropriations.                                          mitting the Department’s final rule—Defense
velopment of Foreign Markets for Agricul-                64. A letter from the Under Secretary of               Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement;
tural Commodities (RIN: 0551–AA24) received            Defense (Comptroller), Department of De-                 Restructing Costs [DFARS Case 96–D334] re-
October 8, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                  fense, transmitting a report of two viola-               ceived December 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-                tions of the Anti-Deficiency Act—Navy vio-
                                                                                                                801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on National
culture.                                               lations, case No. 96–03, which totaled $635,060,
  55. A letter from the Administrator, For-                                                                     Security.
                                                       occurred in the fiscal year 1995 operation and             75. A letter from the Director of Defense
eign Agricultural Service, transmitting the            maintenance, Navy [O&M,N] appropriation,
Service’s final rule—Agreements for the De-                                                                     Procurement, Department of Defense, trans-
                                                       pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 1517(b); to the Com-               mitting the Department’s final rule—Defense
velopment of Foreign Markets for Agricul-              mittee on Appropriations.
tural Commodities (RIN: 0551–AA24) received                                                                     Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement;
                                                         65. A letter from the Under Secretary of
November 21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                                                                         Notice of Termination [DFARS Case 96–D320]
                                                       Defense (Comptroller), Department of De-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-                                                                         received December 4, 1996, pursuant to 5
                                                       fense, transmitting a report on a violation of
culture.                                               the Anti-Deficiency Act—Army violation,                  U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Na-
  56. A letter from the Administrator, For-            case No. 96–05, which totaled $126,193, oc-              tional Security.
eign Agricultural Service, transmitting the                                                                       76. A letter from the Director, Defense Pro-
                                                       curred at a regional contracting office in
Service’s final rule—Foreign Donation of Ag-                                                                    curement, Department of Defense, transmit-
                                                       Brussels, Belgium, when the Procurement
ricultural Commodities [7 CFR Part 1499] re-                                                                    ting the Department’s final rule—Defense
                                                       Contracting Branch Chief obligated fiscal
ceived December 3, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                                                                   Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement;
                                                       year 1993 Defense-wide appropriations for
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri-                severable service contracts to meet require-             Individual Compensation [DFARS Case 96–
culture.                                               ments properly chargeable to the fiscal year             D330] received December 11, 1996, pursuant to
  57. A letter from the Administrator, Grain           1994 Defense-wide appropriation, pursuant to             5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Admin-              31 U.S.C. 1517(b); to the Committee on Appro-            National Security.
istration, transmitting the Administration’s                                                                      77. A letter from the Director of Office of
                                                       priations.
final rule—Clear Title—Protection for Pur-               66. A letter from the Secretary of Trans-              Administration and Management, Depart-
chasers of Farms Products (RIN: 0580–AA13)             portation, transmitting a report of a viola-             ment of Defense, transmitting the Depart-
received October 15, 1996, pursuant to 5               tion of the Anti-Deficiency Act—Department               ment’s final rule—Civilian Health and Med-
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ag-           of Transportation, Office of the Secretary,              ical Program of the Uniformed Services
riculture.                                             transportation planning, research and devel-             (CHAMPUS); Five Separate Changes [DOD
  58. A communication from the President of            opment account [TPR&D], appropriations                   6010.8–R] (RIN: 0720–AA26) received December
the United States, transmitting a report of            symbol 69X0142, in fiscal year 1994, in the              19, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to
seven new deferrals of budgetary resources,            amount of $928,423, pursuant to 31 U.S.C.                the Committee on National Security.
totaling $3.5 billion—received in the U.S.             1517(b); to the Committee on Appropriations.               78. A communication from the President of
House of Representatives December 5, 1996,               67. A communication from the President of              the United States, transmitting a report pur-
pursuant to 2 U.S.C. 684(a) (H. Doc. No. 105–          the United States, transmitting a report cer-            suant to section 242 of the National Defense
15); to the Committee on Appropriations and            tifying that continued production from the               Authorization Act for fiscal year 1997; to the
ordered to be printed.                                 naval petroleum reserves for a period of 3               Committee on National Security.
  59. A letter from the Under Secretary of             years from April 5, 1997, is in the national in-           79. A letter from the Assistant Secretary
Defense (Comptroller), Department of De-               terest, pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 7422(c)(2)(B); to          for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,
fense, transmitting a report of a violation of         the Committee on National Security.                      transmitting a copy of Presidential Deter-
the Anti-Deficiency Act—Air Force viola-                 68. A letter from the Principal Deputy                 mination No. 97–2, reporting that it is in the
tion, case No. 92–12, which totaled $371,392,          Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller),                national interest for the Export-Import
occurred when the Ogden Air Logistics Cen-             Department of Defense, transmitting notifi-              Bank to make a loan of approximately $383
ter, Hill Air Force Base [AFB], Ogden, UT,             cation that the Secretary has invoked the                million to the People’s Republic of China,
improperly used industrial fund facilities             authority granted by 41 U.S.C. 3732 to au-               pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 635(b) (2) (D) (ii); to the
monies in excess of the $200,000 statutory             thorize the military departments to incur                Committee on Banking and Financial Serv-
limit at the time for minor construction to            obligations in excess of available appropria-            ices.
purchase 12 mobile home trailers for the               tions for clothing, subsistence, forage, fuel,             80. A letter from the Assistant Secretary
Utah Test and Training Range, pursuant to              quarters, transportation, or medical and hos-            for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,
31 U.S.C. 1517(b); to the Committee on Appro-          pital supplies, pursuant to 41 U.S.C. 11; to             transmitting a copy of Presidential Deter-
priations.                                             the Committee on National Security.                      mination No. 97–3, reporting that it is in the
  60. A letter from the Principal Deputy                 69. A letter from the Under Secretary of               national interest for the Export-Import
Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller),              Defense, transmitting the Secretary’s se-                Bank to make a loan of approximately $409


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1997                                               HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                            T 1.46
million to the People’s Republic of China,             tled ‘‘Report to the Congress on Funds Avail-            rule—Amendments to Regulation X, the Real
pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 635(b)(2)(D)(ii); to the         ability Schedules and Check Fraud at Depos-              Estate Settlement Procedures Act: With-
Committee on Banking and Financial Serv-               itory Institutions’’; to the Committee on                drawal of Employer-Employee and Computer
ices.                                                  Banking and Financial Services.                          Loan Origination Systems (CLOs) Exemp-
   81. A letter from the Assistant Secretary             91. A letter from the Under Secretary for              tions; Notice of Delay of Effectiveness of
for Legislative Affairs and Public Liaison,            Rural Development, Department of Agri-                   Rule [Docket No. FR–3638–N–07] (RIN: 2502–
Department of the Treasury, transmitting a             culture, transmitting the Department’s                   AG26) received October 15, 1996, pursuant to
copy of the 18th monthly report as required            ‘‘Major’’ final rule—Reengineering and Re-               5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
by the Mexican Debt Disclosure Act of 1995,            invention of the Direct Section 502 and 504              Banking and Financial Services.
pursuant to Public Law 104–6, section 404(a)           Single Family Housing (SFH) Program (RIN:                  101. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
(109 Stat. 90); to the Committee on Banking            0575–AB99) received November 19, 1996, pursu-            partment of Housing and Urban Develop-
and Financial Services.                                ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           ment, transmitting the Department’s final
   82. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           on Banking and Financial Services.                       rule—Proprietary Data Submitted by the
for Legislative Affairs and Public Liaison,              92. A letter from the General Counsel, De-             Federal     National     Mortgage     Associate
Department of the Treasury, transmitting a             partment of Housing and Urban Develop-                   (Fannie Mac) and the Federal Home Loan
copy of the 19th monthly report as required            ment; transmitting the Department’s final                Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac)—Final
by the Mexican Debt Disclosure Act of 1995,            rule—Streamlining       Hearing      Procedures          Order (FR–1439) received November 15, 1996,
pursuant to Public Law 104–6, section 404(a)           [Docket No. FR–4022–F–02] (RIN: 2501–AC19)               pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
(109 Stat. 90); to the Committee on Banking            received October 15, 1996, pursuant to 5                 mittee on Banking and Financial Services.
and Financial Services.                                U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                   102. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
   83. A letter from the Assistant to the              Banking and Financial Services.                          partment of Housing and Urban Develop-
Board, Board of Governors of the Federal Re-             93. A letter from the General Counsel, De-             ment, transmitting the Department’s final
serve System, transmitting the Board’s final           partment of Housing and Urban Develop-                   rule—Combined Income and Rent (FR–3324)
rule—Bank Holding Companies and Change                 ment; transmitting the Department’s final                received November 15, 1996, pursuant to 5
in Bank Control (Regulation Y) [Docket No.             rule—Public and Indian Housing Perform-                  U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
R–0936) received October 24, 1996, pursuant to         ance Funding System: Incentives [Docket                  Banking and Financial Services.
5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on             No. FR–4072–I–01] (RIN: 2577–AB65) received                103. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
Banking and Financial Services.                        October 15, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   partment of Housing and Urban Develop-
   84. A letter from the Assistant to the              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Banking                ment, transmitting the Department’s final
Board, Board of Governors of the Federal Re-           and Financial Services.                                  rule—Community Development Block Grant
serve System, transmitting the Board’s final             94. A letter from the General Counsel, De-             Program for States; Community Revitaliza-
rule—Consumer Leasing [Regulation M;                   partment of Housing and Urban Develop-                   tion Strategy Requirements and Miscella-
Docket No. R–0892] received October 10, 1996,          ment, transmitting the Department’s final                neous Technical Amendments; (FR–4081) re-
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         rule—Office of the Assistant Secretary for               ceived November 15, 1996, pursuant to 5
mittee on Banking and Financial Services.              Community Planning and Development;                      U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
   85. A letter from the Assistant to the              Shelter Plus Care Program; Streamlining                  Banking and Financial Services.
Board, Board of Governors of the Federal Re-           [Docket No. FR–4091–F–01] (RIN: 2506–AB86)                 104. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
serve System, transmitting the Board’s final           received October 15, 1996, pursuant to U.S.C.            partment of Housing and Urban Develop-
rule—Review of Restrictions on Director, Of-           801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Banking                ment, transmitting the Department’s final
ficer and Employee Interlocks, Cross-Mar-              and Financial Services.                                  rule—Disposition of HUD-Acquired Single
keting Activities, and the Purchase and Sale             95. A letter from the General Counsel, De-             Family Property; Streamling (FR–4116) re-
of Financial Assets Between a Section 20               partment of Housing and Urban Develop-                   ceived November 15, 1996, pursuant to 5
Subsidiary and an Affiliated Bank or Thrift            ment, transmitting the Department’s final                U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
[Docket No. R–0701] received November 12,              rule—Office of the Assistant Secretary for               Banking and Financial Services.
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        Community Planning and Development; Sup-                   105. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
Committee on Banking and Financial Serv-               portive Housing Program; Streamlining                    partment of Housing and Urban Develop-
ices.                                                  [Docket No. FR–4089–F–01] received October               ment, transmitting the Department’s final
   86. A letter from the Assistant to the              15, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to          rule—Streamlining of Part 245 Tenant Par-
Board, Board of Governors of the Federal Re-           the Committee on Banking and Financial                   ticipation in Multifamily Housing Projects
serve System, transmitting the Board’s final           Services.                                                (FR–4136) received November 15, 1996, pursu-
rule—Loans to Executive Officers, Directors,             96. A letter from the General Counsel, De-             ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
and Principal Shareholders of Member                   partment of Housing and Urban Develop-                   on Banking and Financial Services.
Banks; Loans to Holding Companies and Af-              ment, transmitting the Department’s final                  106. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
filiates [Regulation O; Docket N. R–0939] re-          rule—Streamlining the Emergency Shelter                  partment of Housing and Urban Develop-
ceived November 12, 1996, pursuant to 5                Grants Program [Docket No. FR–4088–F–01]                 ment, transmitting the Department’s final
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               (RIN: 2506–AB84) received October 15, 1996,              rule—Streamlining the Single Family Com-
Banking and Financial Services.                        pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           ponents of the Single Family-Multifamily
   87. A letter from the Assistant to the              mittee on Banking and Financial Services.                Regulations [Docket No. FR–4112–F–01] (RIN:
Board, Board of Governors of the Federal Re-             97. A letter from the General Counsel, De-             2502–AG80) received December 6, 1996, pursu-
serve System, transmitting the Board’s final           partment of Housing and Urban Develop-                   ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
rule—Review of Restrictions on Director, Of-           ment, transmitting the Department’s final                on Banking and Financial Services.
ficer and Employee Interlocks, Cross-Mar-              rule—Displacement, Relocation Assistance,                  107. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
keting Activities, and the Purchase and Sale           and Real Property Acquisition for HUD and                partment of Housing and Urban Develop-
of Financial Assets Between a Section 20               HUD-Assisted       Programs;       Streamlining          ment, transmitting the Department’s final
Subsidiary and an Affiliated Bank or Thrift            Changes [Docket No. FR–3982–F–01] (RIN:                  rule—Amendments to Regulation X, the Real
[Docket No. R–0701] received November 12,              2501–AC11) received October 15, 1996, pursuant           Estate Settlement Procedures Act Regula-
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on            tion (Withdrawal of Employer-Employee and
Committee on Banking and Financial Serv-               Banking and Financial Services.                          Computer Loan Origination Systems (CLOs)
ices.                                                    98. A letter from the General Counsel, De-             Exemptions) [Docket No. FR 4148–F–01] re-
   88. A letter from the Assistant to the              partment of Housing and Urban Develop-                   ceived December 6, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
Board, Board of Governors of the Federal Re-           ment, transmitting the Department’s final                801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Banking
serve System, transmitting the Board’s final           rule—Opportunities for Youth; Youthbuild                 and Financial Services.
rule—Loan Guarantees for Defense Produc-               Program Streamlining and Amendment of                      108. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
tion [Docket No. R–0928] received October 10,          Interim Rule [Docket No. FR–4038–N–02]                   partment of Housing and Urban Develop-
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        (RIN: 2506–AB79) received October 15, 1996,              ment, transmitting the Department’s final
Committee on Banking and Financial Serv-               pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           rule—Revised Restrictions on Assistance to
ices.                                                  mittee on Banking and Financial Services.                Noncitizens [Docket No. FR–4154–I–01] (RIN:
   89. A letter from the Assistant to the                99. A letter from the General Counsel, De-             201–AC36) received December 6, 1996, pursu-
Board, Board of Governors of the Federal Re-           partment of Housing and Urban Develop-                   ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
serve System, transmitting the Board’s final           ment, transmitting the Department’s final                on Banking and Financial Services.
rule—Reimbursement for Providing Finan-                rule—Consolidated HUD Hearing Procedures                   109. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
cial Records; Recordkeeping Requirements               for Civil Rights Matters [Docket No. FR–                 partment of Housing and Urban Develop-
for Certain Financial Records [Docket No.              4077–F–01] (RIN: 2501–AC27) Received October             ment, transmitting the Department’s final
R–0934] received November 19, 1996, pursuant           15, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to          rule—The Secretary of HUD’s Regulation of
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on          the Committee on Banking and Financial                   the Federal National Mortgage Association
Banking and Financial Services.                        Services.                                                (Fannie Mae) and the Federal Home Loan
   90. A letter from the Chairman, Board of              100. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac): Book-
Governors of the Federal Reserve System,               partment of Housing and Urban Develop-                   Entry Procedures [Docket No. FR–4095–I–01]
transmitting the Department’s report enti-             ment, transmitting the Department’s final                (RIN: 2501–AC35) received December 6, 1996,


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T 1.46                                                          JOURNAL OF THE                                                                 JANUARY 7
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         ting the Board’s final rule—Regulations Gov-               133. A letter from the Director, Office of
mittee on Banking and Financial Services.              erning Book-Entry Federal Home Loan Bank                 Management and Budget, transmitting
  110. A letter from the President and Chair-          Securities [No. 96–79] received December 2,              OMB’s estimate of the amount of change in
man, Export-Import Bank of the United                  1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          outlays or receipts, as the case may be, in
States, transmitting a report involving U.S.           Committee on Banking and Financial Serv-                 each fiscal year through fiscal year 2002 re-
exports to Qatar, pursuant to 12 U.S.C.                ices.                                                    sulting from passage of H.R. 3056, H.R. 1791,
635(b)(3)(i); to the Committee on Banking                 123. A letter from the Chairman, Board of             H.R. 2594, H.R. 3068, H.R. 3118, H.R. 3458, H.R.
and Financial Services.                                Governors, Federal Reserve System, trans-                3539, H.R. 3871, H.R. 3916, H.R. 4167, H.R. 4168,
  111. A letter from the President and Chair-          mitting a copy of the Board’s report on rules            and S. 1711, pursuant to Public Law 101–508,
man, Export-Import Bank of the United                  on home-equity credit under the Truth in                 section 13101(a) (104 Stat. 1388–582); to the
States, transmitting a report involving U.S.           Lending Act, pursuant to 15 U.S.C. 1613; to              Committee on the Budget.
exports to the Republic of Uzbekistan, pursu-          the Committee on Banking and Financial                     134. A letter from the Director, Office of
ant to 12 U.S.C. 635(b)(3)(i); to the Committee        Services.                                                Management and Budget, transmitting
on Banking and Financial Services.                        124. A letter from the Assistant to the               OMB’s estimate of the amount of change in
  112. A letter from the President and Chair-          Board of Governors, Federal Reserve System,              outlays or receipts, as the case may be, in
man, Export-Import Bank of the United                  transmitting the System’s final rule—Policy              each fiscal year through fiscal year 2002 re-
States, transmitting a report involving U.S.           Statement on Payments System Risk; Modi-                 sulting from passage of H.R. 543, H.R. 1514,
exports to the Republic of the Philippines,            fied Procedures for Measuring Daylight                   H.R. 1734, H.R. 1823, H.R. 2579, H.R. 3005, H.R.
pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 635(b)(3)(i); to the Com-        Overdrafts [Docket No. R–0937] received De-              3159, H.R. 3166, H.R. 3723, H.R. 3815, S. 39, and
mittee on Banking and Financial Services.              cember 10, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                    S. 1973, pursuant to Public Law 101–508, sec-
  113. A letter from the President and Chair-          801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Banking                tion 13101(a) (104 Stat. 1388–582); to the Com-
man, Export-Import Bank of the United                  and Financial Services.                                  mittee on the Budget.
States, transmitting a report involving U.S.              125. A letter from the Legislative and Reg-             135. A letter from the Director, Office of
exports to Mexico, pursuant to 12 U.S.C.               ulatory Activities Division, Office of the               Management and Budget, transmitting
635(b)(3)(i); to the Committee on Banking              Comptroller of the Currency, transmitting                OMB’s estimate of the amount of change in
and Financial Services.                                the Office’s final rule—Extensions of Credit
  114. A letter from the Director, Office of                                                                    outlays or receipts, as the case may be, in
                                                       to Insiders and Transactions with Affiliates             each fiscal year through fiscal year 2002 re-
Legislative Affairs, Federal Deposit Insur-            [Docket No. 96–23] (RIN: 1557–AB40) received
ance Corporation, transmitting the Corpora-                                                                     sulting from passage of H.R. 3452 and H.R.
                                                       October 14, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   4283, pursuant to Public Law 101–508, section
tion’s final rule—Assessments (RIN: 3064–              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Banking
xxxx) (12 CFR Part 327) received October 17,                                                                    13101(a) (104 Stat. 1388–582); to the Committee
                                                       and Financial Services.
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the                                                                 on the Budget.
                                                          126. A letter from the Legislative and Reg-
                                                                                                                  136. A letter from the Director, Office of
Committee on Banking and Financial Serv-               ulatory Activities Division, Office of the
                                                                                                                Management and Budget, transmitting
ices.                                                  Comptroller of the Currency, transmitting
  115. A letter from the Director, Office of                                                                    OMB’s estimate of the amount of change in
                                                       the Office’s final rule—Assessment of Fees;
Legislative Affairs, Federal Deposit Insur-                                                                     outlays or receipts, as the case may be, in
                                                       National Banks; District of Columbia Banks
ance Corporation, transmitting the Corpora-                                                                     each fiscal year through fiscal year 2002 re-
                                                       [Docket No. 96–27] (RIN: 1557–AB41) received
tion’s final rule—Suspension and Exclusion                                                                      sulting from passage of H.R. 632, H.R. 3632, S.
                                                       December 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
of Contractors and Termination of Contracts                                                                     1887, H.R. 3910, H.R. 4194, S. 342, S. 1004, S.
                                                       801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Banking
(RIN: 3064–AB76) received October 7, 1996,                                                                      1649, S. 2183, and H.R. 1776, pursuant to Pub-
                                                       and Financial Services.
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-            127. A letter from the Legislative and Reg-           lic Law 101–508, section 13101(a) (104 Stat.
mittee on Banking and Financial Services.              ulatory Activities Division, Office of the               1388–582); to the Committee on the Budget.
  116. A letter from the Director, Office of           Comptroller of the Currency, transmitting                  137. A letter from the Director, Office of
Legislative Affairs, Federal Deposit Insur-            the Office’s final rule—Leasing [Docket No.              Management and Budget, transmitting
ance Corporation, transmitting the Corpora-            96–28] (RIN: 1557–AB45) received December 12,            OMB’s estimate of the amount of change in
tion’s final rule—Risk-Based Capital Stand-            1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          outlays or receipts, as the case may be, in
ards: Market Risk (RIN: 3064–AB64) received            Committee on Banking and Financial Serv-                 each fiscal year through fiscal year 2002 re-
October 9, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                  ices.                                                    sulting from passage of H.R. 2512, pursuant
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Banking                 128. A letter from the Legislative and Reg-           to Public Law 101–508, section 13101(a) (104
and Financial Services.                                ulatory Activities Division, Office of the               Stat. 1388–582); to the Committee on the
  117. A letter from the Chairman, Federal             Comptroller of the Treasury, transmitting                Budget.
Deposit Insurance Corporation, transmitting            the Office’s final rule—Rules, Policies, and               138. A letter from the Director, Office of
the semiannual report on the Affordable                Procedures for Corporate Activities [Docket              Management and Budget, transmitting
Housing Disposition Program which covers               No. 96–24] (RIN: 1557–AB27) received Novem-              OMB’s estimate of the amount of change in
the reporting period defined as January 1,             ber 21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);         outlays or receipts, as the case may be, in
1996 through June 30, 1996, pursuant to Pub-           to the Committee on Banking and Financial                each fiscal year through fiscal year 2002 re-
lic Law 102–233, section 616 (105 Stat. 1787); to      Services.                                                sulting from passage of S. 640, S. 1505, H.R.
the Committee on Banking and Financial                    129. A letter from the Federal Register Li-           4137, and S. 2078, pursuant to Public Law 101–
Services.                                              aison Officer, Office of Thrift Supervision,             508, section 13101(a) (104 Stat. 1388–582); to the
  118. A letter from the Chairman, Federal             transmitting the Office’s final rule—Con-                Committee on the Budget.
Deposit Insurance Corporation, transmitting            flicts of Interest, Corporate Opportunity and              139. A letter from the Director, Office of
the semiannual report on the activities and            Hazard Insurance [No. 96–111] (RIN: 1550–                Management and Budget, transmitting
efforts relation to utilization of the private         AA89) received November 21, 1996, pursuant               OMB’s estimate of the amount of change in
sector, pursuant to 12 U.S.C. 1827; to the             to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on            outlays or receipts, as the case may be, in
Committee on Banking and Financial Serv-               Banking and Financial Services.                          each fiscal year through fiscal year 2002 re-
ices.                                                     130. A letter from the Federal Register Li-           sulting from passage of H.R. 4236, pursuant
  119. A letter from the Deputy Director of            aison Officer, Office of Thrift Supervision,             to Public Law 101–508, section 13101 (a) (104
Legislative Affairs, Federal Deposit Insur-            transmitting the Office’s final rule—Cor-                Stat. 1388–582); to the Committee on the
ance Corporation, transmitting the Corpora-            porate Governance [No. 96–112] (RIN: 1550–               Budget.
tion’s final rule—Special Assessments [12              AA87) received November 22, 1996, pursuant                 140. A letter from the Director, Office of
CFR Part 327] (RIN: 3064–AB59) received De-            to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on            Management and Budget, transmitting
cember 4, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   Banking and Financial Services.                          OMB’s estimate of the amount of discre-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Banking                 131. A letter from the Federal Register Li-           tionary new budget authority and outlays
and Financial Services.                                aison Officer, Office of Thrift Supervision,             for the current year (if any) and the budget
  120. A letter from the Managing Director,            transmitting the Office’s final rule—Amend-              year provided by H.R. 3610, pursuant to Pub-
Federal Housing Finance Board, transmit-               ments Implementing Economic Growth and                   lic Law 101–508, section 13101 (a) (104 Stat.
ting the Board’s final rule—Amendment of               Regulatory Paperwork Reduction Act [No.                  1388–578); to the Committee on the Budget
Budgets Regulation [No. 96–71] received Oc-            96–113] (RIN: 1550–AB05) received November                 141. A letter from the Director, Office of
tober 28, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to          Management and Budget, transmitting
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Banking              the Committee on Banking and Financial                   OMB’s estimate of the amount of discre-
and Financial Services.                                Services.                                                tionary new budget authority and outlays
  121. A letter from the Managing Director,               132. A letter from the Director, Office of            for the current year (if any) and the budget
Federal Housing Finance Board, transmit-               Management and Budget, transmitting                      year provided by H.R. 3666, H.R. 3675, and
ting the Board’s final rule—Revision of Fi-            OMB’s estimate of the amount of change in                H.R. 3816, pursuant to Public Law 101–508,
nancing Corporation Operations Regulation              outlays or receipts, as the case may be, in              section 13101 (a) (104 Stat. 1388–578); to the
[No. 96–80] received November 25, 1996, pursu-         each fiscal year through fiscal year 2002 re-            Committee on the Budget
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee         sulting from passage of H.R. 2685, H.R. 3074,              142. A letter from the Secretary of Labor,
on Banking and Financial Services.                     S. 1675, and S. 1965, pursuant to Public Law             transmitting a report on training and em-
  122. A letter from the Managing Director,            101–508, section 13101(a) (104 Stat. 1388–582); to       ployment programs for program year [PY]
Federal Housing Finance Board, transmit-               the Committee on the Budget.                             1992 and fiscal year [FY] 1993, pursuant to 29


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1997                                               HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                             T 1.46
U.S.C. 777a; to the Committee on Education             Use of Diesel-Powered Equipment in Under-                   164. A letter from the Secretary of Edu-
and the Workforce.                                     ground Coal Mines (RIN: 1219–AA27) received              cation, transmitting the Department’s final
  143. A letter from the Secretary of Health           October 29, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   rule—Federal Family Education Loan Pro-
and Human Services, transmitting a report              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Education              gram (Due Diligence Requirements) (RIN:
on the effectiveness of demonstration                  and the Workforce.                                       1840–AC35) received November 26, 1996, pursu-
projects to address child access problems,               154. A letter from the Assistant Secretary             ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 1315 note; to the Com-           for Occupational Safety and Health, Depart-              on Education and the Workforce.
mittee on Education and the Workforce.                 ment of Labor, transmitting the Depart-                     165. A letter from the Secretary of Edu-
  144. A letter from the Secretary of Labor,           ment’s final rule—Occupational Exposure to               cation, transmitting the Department’s final
transmitting a report covering the adminis-            1,3-Butadiene (RIN 1218–AA83) received No-               rule—Federal       Family    Education     Loan
tration of the Employee Retirement Income              vember 1, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                     (FFEL) Program (Guaranty Agencies—Con-
Security Act [ERISA] during calendar year              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Education              flicts of Interest) (RIN: 1840–AC33) received
1994, pursuant to 29 U.S.C. 1143(b); to the            and the Workforce.                                       November 26, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
Committee on Education and the Workforce.                155. A letter from the Assistant Secretary             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Education
  145. A letter from the Assistant General             of Labor for OSHA, Occupational Safety and               and the Workforce.
Counsel for Regulations, Department of Edu-            Health Administration, transmitting the Ad-                 166. A letter from the Secretary of Edu-
cation, transmitting the Department’s final            ministration’s final rule—North Carolina                 cation, transmitting the Department’s final
rule—Federal Family Education Loan Pro-                State Plan; Final Approval Determination                 rule—Family Educational Rights and Pri-
gram (Due Diligence Requirements) (RIN:                [Docket No. T–031] [29 CFR Part 1952] re-                vacy (RIN: 1880–AA65) received November 19,
1840–AC35) received November 26, 1996, pursu-          ceived December 16, 1996, pursuant to 5                  1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee         U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Edu-            Committee on Education and the Workforce.
on Education and the Workforce.                        cation and the Workforce.                                   167. A letter from the Secretary of Edu-
  146. A letter from the Assistant General               156. A letter from the Deputy Executive Di-            cation, transmitting the Department’s final
Counsel for Regulations, Department of Edu-            rector and Chief Operation Officer, Pension              rule—Student Assistance General Provi-
cation, transmitting the Department’s final            Benefit Guaranty Corporation, transmitting               sions; General Provisions for the Federal
rule—Family Educational Rights and Pri-                the Corporation’s final rule—Allocation of               Perkins Loan Program, Federal Work-Study
vacy (RIN: 1880–AA65) received November 19,            Assets in Single-Employer Plans; Interest                Programs,      Federal    Supplemental      Edu-
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        Assumptions for Valuing Benefits (29 CFR                 cational Opportunity Grant Program, and
Committee on Education and the Workforce.              Part 4044) received November 12, 1996, pursu-            Federal Pell Grant Program (RIN: 1840–AC34)
  147. A letter from the Assistant General             ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           received November 27, 1996, pursuant to 5
Counsel for Regulations, Department of Edu-            on Education and the Workforce.                          U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Edu-
cation, transmitting the Department’s final              157. A letter from the Deputy Executive Di-
                                                                                                                cation and the Workforce.
rule—Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL               rector and Chief Operation Officer, Pension                 168. A letter from the Secretary of Edu-
Program (Guaranty Agencies—Conflicts of                Benefit Guaranty Corporation, transmitting               cation, transmitting the Department’s final
Interest) (RIN: 1840–AC33) received November           the Corporation’s final rule—Allocation of               rule—Student Assistance General Provisions
26, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to        Assets in Single-Employer Plans; Interest
                                                                                                                (RIN: 1840–AC36) received December 2, 1996,
the Committee on Education and the Work-               Rate for Valuing Benefits (29 CFR Part 4044)
                                                                                                                pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
force.                                                 received October 9, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
                                                                                                                mittee on Education and the Workforce.
  148. A letter from the Assistant General             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Education                 169. A letter from the Secretary of Edu-
Counsel for Regulations, Department of Edu-            and the Workforce.                                       cation, transmitting the Department’s final
cation, transmitting the Department’s final              158. A letter from the Deputy Executive Di-
                                                                                                                rule—Student Assistance General Provi-
                                                       rector and Chief Operation Officer, Pension
rule—Student Assistance General Provisions                                                                      sions, Federal Perkins Loan Program, Fed-
                                                       Benefit Guaranty Corporation, transmitting
(RIN: 1840–AC39) received November 26, 1996,                                                                    eral Work-Study Program, Federal Supple-
                                                       the Corporation’s final rule—Submission of
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-                                                                  mental Educational Opportunity Grant Pro-
                                                       Reportable Events; Annual Report of the
mittee on Education and the Workforce.                                                                          gram, Federal Family Education Loan Pro-
  149. A letter from the Assistant General             Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (RIN:
                                                       1212–AA80) received December 2, 1996, pursu-             grams, William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan
Counsel for Regulations, Department of Edu-                                                                     Program, and Federal Pell Grant Program
                                                       ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
cation, transmitting the Department’s final                                                                     (RIN: 1840–AC37) received December 2, 1996,
                                                       on Education and the Workforce.
rule—Student Assistance General Provisions                                                                      pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
                                                         159. A letter from the Deputy Executive Di-
(RIN: 1840–AC36) received December 2, 1996,            rector and Chief Operating Officer, Pension              mittee on Education and the Workforce.
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         Benefit Guaranty Corporation, transmitting                  170. A letter from the Secretary of Edu-
mittee on Education and the Workforce.                 the Corporation’s final rule—Payment of                  cation, transmitting the final report on the
  150. A letter from the Assistant General                                                                      Department’s study of the status of States’
                                                       Premiums; Late Payment Penalty Charges,
Counsel for Regulations, Department of Edu-                                                                     systems of core standards and measures of
                                                       received December 3, 1996, pursuant to 5
cation, transmitting the Department’s final                                                                     performance for vocational education pro-
                                                       U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Edu-
rule—Student Assistance General Provi-                 cation and the Workforce.                                grams; to the Committee on Education and
sions; General Provisions for the Federal                160. A letter from the Deputy Executive Di-            the Workforce.
Perkins Loan Program, Federal Work-Study               rector and Chief Operating Officer, Pension                 171. A letter from the Secretary of Edu-
Programs,     Federal     Supplemental     Edu-        Benefit Guaranty Corporation, transmitting               cation, transmitting the biennial report on
cational Opportunity Grant Program, and                the Corporation’s final rule—Allocation of               title III HEA Strengthening Institutions
Federal Pell Grant Program (RIN: 1840–AC34)            Assets in Single-Employer Plans; Valuation               Program and the waivers approval list of
received November 27, 1996, pursuant to 5              of Benefits and Assets; Expected Retirement              schools with significant minority enroll-
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Edu-          Age [29 CFR Part 4044] received December 11,             ment; to the Committee on Education and
cation and the Workforce.                              1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          the Workforce.
  151. A letter from the Assistant General             Committee on Education and the Workforce.                   172. A letter from the Secretary of Health
Counsel for Regulations, Department of Edu-              161. A letter from the Deputy Executive Di-            and Human Services, transmitting the De-
cation, transmitting the Department’s final            rector and Chief Operating Officer, Pension              partment’s final rule—Implementation of
rule—Student Assistance General Provi-                 Benefit Guaranty Corporation, transmitting               the Statutory Provisions of the Head Start
sions, Federal Perkins Loan Program, Fed-              the Corporation’s final rule—Allocation of               Act, as amended (RIN: 0970–AB55) received
eral Work-Study Program, Federal Supple-               Assets in Single-Employer Plans; Interest                November 13, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
mental Educational Opportunity Grant Pro-              Assumptions for Valuing Benefits [29 CFR                 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Education
gram, Federal Family Education Loan Pro-               Part 4044] received December 11, 1996, pursu-            and the Workforce.
grams, William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan             ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee              173. A letter from the Secretary of Health
Program, and Federal Pell Grant Program                on Education and the Workforce.                          and Human Services, transmitting the
(RIN: 1840–AC37) received December 2, 1996,              162. A letter from the Deputy Executive Di-            fourth annual report to Congress on progress
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         rector and Chief Operating Officer, Pension              in achieving the performance goals ref-
mittee on Education and the Workforce.                 Benefit Guaranty Corporation, transmitting               erenced in the Prescription Drug User Fee
  152. A letter from the Assistant General             the Corporation’s final rule—Disclosure to               Act of 1992 [PDUFA], for the fiscal year 1996,
Counsel for Regulations, Department of Edu-            Participants; Benefits Payable in Termi-                 pursuant to 21 U.S.C. 379g note; to the Com-
cation, transmitting the Department’s final            nated Single-Employer Plans [29 CFR Parts                mittee on Commerce.
rule—Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention                 4011 and 4022] received December 11, 1996,                  174. A letter from the Secretary of Health
(RIN: 1810–AA83) received December 13, 1996,           pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           and Human Services, transmitting a copy of
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         mittee on Education and the Workforce.                   the fiscal years [FY] 1993, 1994, and 1995 Re-
mittee on Education and the Workforce.                   163. A letter from the Secretary of Edu-               port of the Agency for Toxic Substances and
  153. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           cation, transmitting the Department’s final              Disease Registry [ATSDR], pursuant to Pub-
of Labor for Mine Safety and Health, Depart-           rule—Student Assistance General Provisions               lic Law 99–499, section 110(10) (100 Stat. 1641);
ment of Labor, transmitting the Depart-                (RIN: 1840–AC39) received November 26, 1996,             to the Committee on Commerce.
ment’s final rule—Approval, Exhaust Gas                pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-              175. A letter from the Secretary of the
Monitoring, and Safety Requirements for the            mittee on Education and the Workforce.                   Commission, Consumer Product Safety Com-


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T 1.46                                                          JOURNAL OF THE                                                                 JANUARY 7
mission, transmitting the Commission’s                 [FRL–5635–6] received October 14, 1996, pursu-           Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
final rule—Small Business (Part 1020) re-              ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           ting the Agency’s final rule—Clean Air Act
ceived October 9, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.           on Commerce.                                             Attainment Extension for the New York-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              186. A letter from the Director, Office of             Northern New Jersey-Long Island Consoli-
  176. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           Regulatory Management and Information,                   dated Metropolitan Statistical Carbon Mon-
for Communications and Information, De-                Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               oxide Nonattainment Area [FRL–5643–2] re-
partment of Commerce, transmitting the De-             ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and                ceived October 29, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
partment’s final rule—Public Telecommuni-              Promulgation of Air Quality Implementa-                  801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.
cations Facilities Program [Docket No.                 tion Plans; Pennsylvania; Revised Visible                  196. A letter from the Director, Office of
960524148–6243–02] (RIN: 0660–AA09) received           Emissions Rules for Allegheny County Per-                Regulatory Management and Information,
November 5, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                 taining to Blast Furnace Slips [FRL–5635–4]              Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.            received October 14, 1996, pursuant to 5                 ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and
  177. A letter from the Administrator, En-            U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 Promulgation of Implementation Plans;
ergy Information Administration, Depart-               Commerce.                                                California State Implementation Plan Revi-
ment of Energy, transmitting a copy of a re-             187. A letter from the Director, Office of             sion, Mojave Desert Air Quality Management
port entitled ‘‘Emissions of Greenhouse                Regulatory Management and Information,                   District [FRL–5640–2] received October 29,
Gases in the United States 1995,’’ pursuant to         Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
Public Law 102–486, section 1605(a); to the            ting the Agency’s final rule—Ohio: Author-               Committee on Commerce.
Committee on Commerce.                                 ization of State Hazardous Waste Manage-                   197. A letter from the Director, Office of
  178. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          ment Program [FRL–5638–1] received October               Regulatory Management and Information,
partment of Energy, transmitting the De-               14, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to          Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
partment’s final rule—Office of Defense Pro-           the Committee on Commerce.                               ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and
grams;     Personnel    Assurance     Program;           188. A letter from the Director, Office of             Promulgation of Implementation Plans; Illi-
Human Reliability Policies—received Octo-              Regulatory Management and Information,                   nois [FRL–5615–6] received October 10, 1996,
ber 28, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);       Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
to the Committee on Commerce.                          ting the Agency’s final rule—Clean Air Act               mittee on Commerce.
  179. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          Reclassification;     Nevada—Clark      County             198. A letter from the Director, Office of
partment of Transportation, transmitting               Nonattainment Area; Carbon Monoxide                      Regulatory Management and Information,
the Department’s final rule—Adverse Side               [FRL–5644–8] received October 29, 1996, pursu-           Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
Effects of Air Bags (National Highway Traf-            ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           ting the Agency’s final rule—Petition by
fic Safety Administration) [Docket No. 74–14;          on Commerce.                                             Guam for Exemption from Anti-Dumping
Notice 103] (RIN: 2127–AG14) received Decem-             189. A letter from the Director, Office of             and Detergent Additization Requirements
ber 6, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);        Regulatory Management and Information,                   for Conventional Gasoline [FRL–5636–2] re-
to the Committee on Commerce.                          Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               ceived October 10, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
  180. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          ting the Agency’s final rule—Clean Air Act               801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.
partment of Transportation, transmitting               Final Interim Approval of Operating Permits                199. A letter from the Director, Office of
the Department’s final rule—Adverse Side               Program; New York [FRL–5646–7] received                  Regulatory Management and Information,
Effects of Air Bags Correcting Amendment               November 1, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
(National Highway Traffic Safety Adminis-              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and
tration) [Docket No. 74–14; Notice 105] (RIN:            190. A letter from the Director, Office of             Promulgation of Implementation Plans;
2127–AG14) received December 9, 1996, pursu-           Regulatory Management and Information,                   California State Implementation Plan Revi-
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee         Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               sion, Ventura County Air Pollution Control
on Commerce.                                           ting the Agency’s final rule—Control of Air              District and South Coast Air Quality Man-
  181. A letter from the Director, Office of           Pollution; Amendments to Emission Re-                    agement District [FRL–5633–8] received Octo-
Regulatory Management and Information,                 quirements Applicable to New Nonroad Com-                ber 10, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             pression-Ignition Engines At or Above 37                 to the Committee on Commerce.
ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and              Kilowatts: Provisions for Replacement Com-                 200. A letter from the Director, Office of
Promulgation of Implementation Plans and               pression-Ignition Engines and the Use of On-             Regulatory Management and Information,
Designation of Areas for Air Quality Plan-             Highway Compression-Ignition Engines in                  Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
ning Purposes; State of Tennessee FRL–5639–            Nonroad Vehicles [FRL–5645–4] received No-               ting the Agency’s final rule—Protection of
2] received October 16, 1996, pursuant to 5            vember 1, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                     Stratospheric Ozone: Listing of Substitutes
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              of Ozone-Depleting Substances [FRL–5635–9]
Commerce.                                                191. A letter from the Director, Office of             received October 10, 1996, pursuant to 5
  182. A letter from the Director, Office of           Regulatory Management and Information,                   U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Regulatory Management and Information,                 Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               Commerce.
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             ting the Agency’s final rule—Designation of                201. A letter from the Director, Office of
ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and              Areas for Air Quality Planning Purposes;                 Regulatory Management and Information,
Promulgation of Air Quality Plans, Texas               State of Connecticut [FRL–5611–5] received               Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
and Louisiana; Revision to the Texas and               November 12, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                  ting the Agency’s final rule—OMB Approval
Louisiana State Implementation Plans Re-               801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              Numbers Under the Paperwork Reduction
garding Negative Declarations for Source                 192. A letter from the Director, Office of             [FRL–5634–9] received October 10, 1996, pursu-
Categories Subject to Reasonably Available             Regulatory Management and Information,                   ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
Control Technology [FRL–5629–7] received               Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               on Commerce.
October 16, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                 ting the Agency’s final rule—Arizona Redes-                202. A letter from the Director, Office of
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.            ignation of the Yavapai-Apache Reservation               Regulatory Management and Information,
  183. A letter from the Director, Office of           to a PSD Class I Area [FRL–5634–4] received              Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
Regulatory Management and Information,                 October 28, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   ting the Agency’s final rule—Hazardous
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              Waste Treatment, Storage, and Disposal Fa-
ting the Agency’s final rule—Final Author-               193. A letter from the Director, Office of             cilities and Hazardous Waste Generators; Or-
ization of State Hazardous Waste Manage-               Regulatory Management and Information,                   ganic Air Emission Standards for Tanks,
ment Program Revision [FRL–5638–9] re-                 Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               Surface Impoundments, and Containers
ceived October 16, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.          ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and                [FRL–5634–4] received October 10, 1996, pursu-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.            Promulgation of Implementation Plans;                    ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
  184. A letter from the Director, Office of           California State Implementation Plan Revi-               on Commerce.
Regulatory Management and Information,                 sion, Glenn County and Siskiyou County Air                 203. A letter from the Director, Office of
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             Pollution Control Districts [FRL–5610–9] re-             Regulatory Management and Information,
ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and              ceived October 29, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
Promulgation of State Implementation Plan;             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              ting the Agency’s final rule—Clean Air Act
Louisiana; 15 Percent Rate-of-Progress Plan              194. A letter from the Director, Office of             Final Interim Approval of Operating Permits
[FRL–5636–6] received October 14, 1996, pursu-         Regulatory Management and Information,                   Program; Direct Final Interim Approval of
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee         Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               Operating Permits Program; Pinal County
on Commerce.                                           ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and                Air Quality Control District, Arizona [FRL–
  185. A letter from the Director, Office of           Promulgation of Implementation Plan Revi-                5642–1] received October 24, 1996, pursuant to
Regulatory Management and Information,                 sion, South Coast Air Quality Management                 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             District [FRL–5640–8] received October 29,               Commerce.
ting the Agency’s final rule—Clear Air Act             1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the            204. A letter from the Director, Office of
Approval and Promulgation of State Imple-              Committee on Commerce.                                   Regulatory Management and Information,
mentation Plan for Montana; Revisions to                 195. A letter from the Director, Office of             Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
the Montana Air Pollution Control Program              Regulatory Management and Information,                   ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and


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1997                                               HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                            T 1.46
Promulgation of State Air Quality Plans for            October 11, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                     223. A letter from the Director, Office of
Designated Facilities and Pollutants, Texas;           801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              Regulatory Management and Information,
Control of Sulfuric Acid Mist Emissions                  214. A letter from the Director, Office of             Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
from Existing Sulfuric Acid Production                 Regulatory Management and Information,                   ting the Agency’s ‘‘Major’’ final rule—Finan-
Plants and Total Reduced Sulfur from Exist-            Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               cial Assurance Mechanisms for Local Gov-
ing Kraft Pulp Mills [FRL–5629–5] received             ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and                ernment Owners and Operators of Municipal
October 10, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                 Promulgation of Maintenance Plan for Air                 Solid Waste Landfill Facilities [FRL–5654–3]
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.            Quality Planning Purposes for the State of               received November 20, 1996, pursuant to 5
  205. A letter from the Director, Office of           Washington; Carbon Monoxide [FRL–4637–3]                 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Regulatory Management and Information,                 received October 11, 1996, pursuant to 5                 Commerce.
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                   224. A letter from the Director, Office of
ting the Agency’s final rule—Final Condition           Commerce.                                                Regulatory Management and Information,
Special Exemption from Requirements of the               215. A letter from the Director, Office of             Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
Clean Air for the Territory of American                Regulatory Management and Information,                   ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and
Samoa, the Commonwealth of the Northern                Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               Promulgation of Implementation Plans Flor-
Mariana Islands, and the Territory of Guam             ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and                ida: Approval of Revisions to Florida Regula-
[FRL–5645–1] received October 31, 1996, pursu-         Promulgation of Air Quality Implementa-                  tions [FRL–5640–4] received November 5, 1996,
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee         tion Plans; West Virginia; Prevention of Sig-            pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
on Commerce.                                           nificant Deterioration: NO2 and PM–10 Incre-             mittee on Commerce.
  206. A letter from the Director, Office of           ments [FRL–5619–8] received October 11, 1996,              225. A letter from the Director, Office of
Regulatory Management and Information,                 pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           Regulatory Management and Information,
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             mittee on Commerce.                                      Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and                216. A letter from the Director, Office of             ting the Agency’s final rule—Designation of
Promulgation of Implementation Plans;                  Regulatory Management and Information,                   Areas for Air Quality Planning Purposes; In-
California State Implementation Plan Revi-             Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               diana [FRL–5647–9] received November 5,
sion, South Coast Air Quality Management               ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and                1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
District [FRL–5642–8] received October 31,             Promulgation of Air Quality Implementa-                  Committee on Commerce.
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        tion Plans; Maine; Stage II Vapor Recovery                 226. A letter from the Director, Office of
Committee on Commerce.                                 [FRL–5620–1] received October 8, 1996, pursu-            Regulatory Management, Environmental
  207. A letter from the Director, Office of           ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           Protection Agency, transmitting the Agen-
Regulatory Management and Information,                 on Commerce.                                             cy’s final rule—Clean Air Act, Section 507,
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               217. A letter from the Director, Office of
                                                                                                                Small Business Stationary Source Technical
                                                       Regulatory Management and Information,
ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and                                                                       and Environmental Compliance Assistance
                                                       Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
Promulgation of Implementation Plans; In-                                                                       Program for the States of North Dakota,
                                                       ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and
diana [FRL–5613–4] received October 24, 1996,                                                                   Utah, Colorado and Montana [FRL–5282–1]
                                                       Promulgation of Implementation Plans
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-                                                                  received November 21, 1996, pursuant to 5
                                                       State: Approval of Revisions to the Knox
mittee on Commerce.                                                                                             U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
  208. A letter from the Director, Office of           County Portion of the State of Tennessee’s
                                                                                                                Commerce.
Regulatory Management and Information,                 State Implementation Plan (SIP) [FRL–5619–                 227. A letter from the Director, Office of
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             6] received October 8, 1996, pursuant to 5
                                                                                                                Regulatory Management, Environmental
                                                       U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
ting the Agency’s final rule—Underground                                                                        Protection Agency, transmitting the Agen-
                                                       Commerce.
Storage Tank Program: Approved State Pro-                                                                       cy’s final rule—Approval and Promulgation
                                                         218. A letter from the Director, Office of
gram for Massachusetts [FRL–5617–2] re-                Regulatory Management and Information,                   of Air Quality Implementation Plans; West
ceived October 24, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.          Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               Virginia; SO2: New Manchester-Grant Mag-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.            ting the Agency’s final rule—Clean Air Act               isterial District, Hancock County Implemen-
  209. A letter from the Director, Office of                                                                    tation Plan [FRL–5644–2] received November
                                                       Approval and Promulgation of State Imple-
Regulatory Management and Information,                                                                          21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to
                                                       mentation Plans; Prevention of Significant
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-                                                                      the Committee on Commerce.
                                                       Deterioration (PSD); Louisiana and New
ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and                                                                         228. A letter from the Director, Office of
                                                       Mexico [FRL–5612–7] received October 8, 1996,
Promulgation of Implementation Plans;                                                                           Regulatory Management, Environmental
                                                       pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
California State Implementation Plan Revi-             mittee on Commerce.                                      Protection Agency, transmitting the Agen-
sion, Mojave Desert Air Quality Management               219. A letter from the Director, Office of             cy’s final rule—Designation of Areas for Air
District [FRL–5641–5] received October 24,             Regulatory Management and Information,                   Quality Planning Purposes; Indiana [FRL–
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               5648–7] received November 21, 1996, pursuant
Committee on Commerce.                                 ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and                to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
  210. A letter from the Director, Office of           Promulgation of Air Quality Implementa-                  Commerce.
Regulatory Management and Information,                 tion Plans; Massachusetts; Amendment to                    229. A letter from the Director, Office of
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             Massachusetts’ SIP (for Ozone and Carbon                 Regulatory Management, Environmental
ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and              Monoxide) for Establishment of a South Bos-              Protection Agency, transmitting the Agen-
Promulgation of Implementation Plans;                  ton Parking Freeze [FRL–5613–3] received Oc-             cy’s final rule—Clean Air Act Final Full Ap-
California State Implementation Plan Revi-             tober 8, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                      proval of Operating Permits Program; the
sion, Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              State of New Mexico and Albuquerque/
Management District [FRL–5641–7] received                220. A letter from the Director, Office of             Bernalillo County [FRL–5654–8] received No-
October 24, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                 Regulatory Management and Information,                   vember 21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.            Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.
  211. A letter from the Director, Office of           ting the Agency’s final rule—Revised Carbon                230. A letter from the Director, Office of
Regulatory Management and Information,                 Monoxide (CO) Standard for Class I and II                Regulatory Management, Environmental
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             Nonhandled New Nonroad Phase I Small                     Protection Agency, transmitting the Agen-
ting the Agency’s final rule—Clean Air Act             Spark-Ignition Engines [FRL–5650–6] re-                  cy’s final rule—Approval and Promulgation
Approval and Promulgation of Title V, Sec-             ceived November 7, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            of Air Quality Implementation Plans; Mary-
tion 507, Small Business Stationary Source             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              land 1990 Base Year Emission Inventory; Cor-
Technical and Environmental Compliance                   221. A letter from the Director, Office of             rection [FRL–5650–8] received November 25,
Assistance Program; New Jersey and the                 Regulatory Management and Information,                   1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
U.S. Virgin Islands [FRL–5637–8] received Oc-          Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               Committee on Commerce.
tober 15, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   ting the Agency’s final rule—Use of Alter-                 231. A letter from the Director, Office of
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.            native Analytical Test Methods in the Refor-             Regulatory Management, Environmental
  212. A letter from the Director, Office of           mulated Gasoline Program [FRL–5650–5] re-                Protection Agency, transmitting the Agen-
Regulatory Management and Information,                 ceived November 7, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            cy’s final rule—Designation of Areas of Air
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              Quality Planning Purposes; State of Ne-
ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and                222. A letter from the Director, Office of             braska [FRL–5655–6] received November 25,
Promulgation of Implementation Plans;                  Regulatory Management and Information,                   1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
Rhode Island [FRL–5608–1] received October             Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               Committee on Commerce.
15, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to        ting the Agency’s final rule—Approval and                  232. A letter from the Director, Office of
the Committee on Commerce.                             Promulgation of Air Quality Implementa-                  Regulatory Management, Environmental
  213. A letter from the Director, Office of           tion Plans; West Virginia: Approval of MP–10             Protection Agency, transmitting the Agen-
Regulatory Management and Information,                 Implementation Plan for the Follansbee                   cy’s final rule—Withdrawl from Federal Reg-
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             Area [FRL–5649–5] received November 7, 1996,             ulations of Human Health Water Quality Cri-
ting the Agency’s final rule—Control Strat-            pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           teria Applicable to Idaho [FRL–5656–7] re-
egy: Ozone; Tennessee [FRL–5637–1] received            mittee on Commerce.                                      ceived November 25, 1996, pursuant to 5


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T 1.46                                                          JOURNAL OF THE                                                                 JANUARY 7
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 243. A letter from the Director of the Office          ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
Commerce.                                              of Regulatory Management and Information,                on Commerce.
   233. A letter from the Administrator, Envi-         Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-                 253. A letter from the Managing Director,
ronmental Protection Agency, transmitting              ting the Agency’s final rule—Protection of               Federal Communications Commission, trans-
a copy of the Interim Final Report to Con-             Stratospheric Ozone: Reconsideration of the              mitting the Commission’s final rule—
gress on the study of hazardous air pollutant          Ban on Fire Extinguishers [FRL–5658–7]                   Amendment of Section 73.202(b), Table of Al-
[HAP] emissions from electric utility steam            (RIN: 2060–AG19) received December 6, 1996,              lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (Wilson
generating units; to the Committee on Com-             pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           Creek, Washington and Pendleton, Oregon)
merce.                                                 mittee on Commerce.                                      [MM Docket No. 95–163; RM–8715] received
   234. A letter from the Assistant Adminis-             244. A letter from the Director, Office of             October 13, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
trator, Environmental Protection Agency,               Regulatory Management and Information,                   801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.
transmitting the Toxic Substances Control              Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-               January 7, 1997.
Act [TSCA] Report for fiscal year 1994, pur-           ting the Agency’s final rule—National Emis-                254. A letter from the Managing Director,
suant to 15 U.S.C. 2629; to the Committee on           sion Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants              Federal Communications Commission, trans-
Commerce.                                              for Source Categories: Organic Hazardous                 mitting the Commission’s final rule—
   235. A letter from the Director, Office of          Air Pollutants from the Synthetic Organic                Amendment of Section 73.606(b), Table of Al-
Regulatory Management and Information,                 Chemical Manufacturing Industry and Other                lotments, TV Broadcast Stations (Woodward,
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             Processes Subject to the Negotiated Regula-              Oklahoma) [MM Docket No. 96–44; RM–8745]
ting the Agency’s final rule—Acid Rain Pro-            tion for Equipment Leaks; Rule Clarifica-                received October 13, 1996, pursuant to 5
gram; Continuous Emission Monitoring Rule              tions [AD–FRL–5658–5] (RIN: 2060–AC19) re-               U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Technical Revisions [FRL–5650–7] (RIN: 2060–           ceived December 4, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            Commerce.
AF58) received November 14, 1996, pursuant             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.                255. A letter from the Managing Director,
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on            245. A letter from the Director, Office of             Federal Communications Commission, trans-
Commerce.                                              Regulatory Management and Information,                   mitting the Commission’s final rule—
   236. A letter from the Director, Office of                                                                   Amendment of Section 73.606(b), Table of Al-
                                                       Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
Regulatory Management and Information,                                                                          lotments, TV Broadcast Stations (Waverly,
                                                       ting the Agency’s ‘‘Major’’ final rule—Nitro-
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-                                                                      New York and Altoona, Pennsylvania) [MM
                                                       gen Oxides Emission Reduction Program
ting the Agency’s final rule—Regulation of                                                                      Docket No. 96–11; RM–8742] received October
                                                       [AD–FRL–5666–1] (RIN: 2060–AF48) received
Fuels and Fuel Additives: Minor Revisions
                                                       December 13, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                  13, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to
[FRL–5651–3] received November 14, 1996, pur-
                                                       801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              the Committee on Commerce.
suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-              246. A letter from the Managing Director,                256. A letter from the Managing Director,
mittee on Commerce.                                                                                             Federal Communications Commission, trans-
                                                       Federal Communications Commission, trans-
   237. A letter from the Director, Office of
                                                       mitting the Commission’s final rule—                     mitting the Commission’s final rule—
Regulatory Management and Information,
                                                       Amendment of Section 73.606(b), Table of Al-             Amendment of Section 73.202(b), Table of Al-
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
                                                       lotments, TV Broadcast Stations (Memphis,                lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (Shell
ting the Agency’s final rule—Extension of
                                                       Tennessee) [MM Docket No. 96–16] received                Knob, Missouri) [MM Docket No. 96–138; RM–
Interim Revisited Durability Procedures for
                                                       October 13, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   8822] received October 13, 1996, pursuant to 5
Light-Duty Vehicles and Light-Duty Trucks
[FRL–5651–2] received November 14, 1996, pur-          801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
                                                         247. A letter from the Managing Director,              Commerce.
suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
                                                       Federal Communications Commission, trans-                  257. A letter from the Managing Director,
mittee on Commerce.
   238. A letter from the Director, Office of          mitting the Commission’s final rule—Policy               Federal Communications Commission, trans-
Regulatory Management and Information,                 and Rules Concerning the Interstate, Inter-              mitting the Commission’s final rule—
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             exchange Marketplace; Implementation of                  Amendment of Section 73.202(b), Table of Al-
ting the Agency’s final rule—Montana Board             Section 254(g) of the Communications Act of              lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (Salem and
of Oil and Gas Conservations; Underground              1934, as amended [CC Docket No. 96–61] re-               Cherokee Village, Arkansas) [MM Docket
Injection Control (UIC) Program; Primacy               ceived November 7, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            No. 96–4; RM 8733] received October 13, 1996,
Program Approval [FRL–5629–4] received No-             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
vember 14, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                    248. A letter from the Managing Director,              mittee on Commerce.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.            Federal Communications Commission, trans-                  258. A letter from the Managing Director,
   239. A letter from the Director, Office of          mitting the Commission’s final rule—                     Federal Communications Commission, trans-
Regulatory Management and Information,                 Amendment of Section 73.202(b) Table of Al-              mitting the Commission’s final rule—Imple-
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (Kiowa,                  mentation of the Local Competition Provi-
ting the Agency’s final rule—Wisconsin;                Kansas) [MM Docket No. 96-65; RM–8773] re-               sions in the Telecommunications Act of 1996
Final Full Program Determination of Ade-               ceived October 8, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.             [CC Docket No. 96–98]; Interconnection be-
quacy of State Municipal Solid Waste Land-             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              tween Local Exchange Carriers and Commer-
fill Permit Program [FRL–5651–7] received                249. A letter from the Managing Director,              cial Mobile Radio Service Providers [CC
November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                Federal Communications Commission, trans-                Docket No. 95–185] received October 8, 1996,
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.            mitting the Commission’s final rule—                     pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
   240. A letter from the Director, Office of          Amendment of Parts 2, 25, and 90 of the Com-             mittee on Commerce.
Regulatory Management and Information,                 mission’s Rules to Allocate the 13.75–14.0 GHz             259. A letter from the Managing Director,
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             Band to the Fixed-Satellite Service [ET                  Federal Communications Commission, trans-
ting the Agency’s final rule—Significant               Docket No. 96–20] received October 8, 1996,              mitting the Commission’s final rule—
New Uses of Certain Chemical Substances                pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           Amendment of Section 73.202(b), Table of Al-
[FRL–4964–3] received November 26, 1996, pur-          mittee on Commerce.                                      lotments,       FM      Broadcast      Stations
suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)A); to the Com-               250. A letter from the Managing Director,              (Tehachapi, California) [MM Docket No. 96–
mittee on Commerce.                                    Federal Communications Commission, trans-                129; RM–8814] received November 5, 1996, pur-
   241. A letter from the Director of the Office       mitting the Commission’s final rule—                     suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
of Regulatory Management and Information,              Amendment of Section 73.202(b), Table of Al-             mittee on Commerce.
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (Temecula,                 260. A letter from the Managing Director,
ting the Agency’s final rule—National Emis-            California) [MM Docket No. 95–81; RM–8649]               Federal Communications Commission, trans-
sion Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants            received October 13, 1996, pursuant to 5                 mitting the Commission’s final rule—
for Source Categories: Aerospace Manufac-              U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 Amendment of Section 73.202(b), Table of Al-
turing and Rework Facilities and Ship-                 Commerce.                                                lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (Romney,
building and Ship Repair (Surface Coating)               251. A letter from the Managing Director,              West Virginia) [MM Docket No. 94–137; RM–
Operations [AD–FRL–5601–7] (RIN–2060–AE02,             Federal Communications Commission, trans-                8532] received November 5, 1996, pursuant to
2060–AD98) received December 9, 1996, pursu-           mitting the Commission’s final rule—                     5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee         Amendment of Section 73.202(b), Table of Al-             Commerce.
on Commerce.                                           lotments,       FM     Broadcast       Stations            261. A letter from the Managing Director,
   242. A letter from the Director of the Office       (Reynoldsville, Pennsylvania) [MM Docket                 Federal Communications Commission, trans-
of Regulatory Management and Information,              No. 96–75] received October 13, 1996, pursuant           mitting the Commission’s final rule—
Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-             to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on            Amendment of Section 73.202(b), Table of Al-
ting the Agency’s final rule—Clean Air Act             Commerce.                                                lotments,       FM      Broadcast      Stations
Final Interim Approval, Operating Permits                252. A letter from the Managing Director,              (Princeville, Hawaii) [MM Docket No. 96–52;
Program; State of Alaska and Clean Air Act             Federal Communications Commission, trans-                RM–8755] received November 5, 1996, pursuant
Final Approval in Part and Disapproval in              mitting the Commission’s final rule—                     to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Part, Section 112(1) Program Submittal;                Amendment of Section 73.202(b), Table of Al-             Commerce.
State of Alaska [AD–FRL–5658–4] received               lotments,       FM     Broadcast       Stations            262. A letter from the Managing Director,
December 4, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                 (Wittenberg, Wisconsin) [MM Docket No. 96–               Federal Communications Commission, trans-
801(a)(1)(A): to the Committee on Commerce.            31; RM–8761] received October 13, 1996, pursu-           mitting the Commission’s final rule—


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1997                                               HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                            T 1.46
Amendment of Section 73.202 (b), Table of Al-          5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 281. A letter from the Secretary, Federal
lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (Stamping              Commerce.                                                Trade Commission, transmitting the Com-
Ground and Nicholasville, Kentucky) [MM                  271. A letter from the Managing Director,              mission’s final rule—Guides for Select
Docket No. 95–28; RM–8593; Rm–8696] received           Federal Communications Commission, trans-                Leather and Imitation Leather Products (16
November 5, 1996, pursuant to U.S.C.                   mitting the Commission’s final rule—                     CFR Part 24) received October 2, 1996, pursu-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.            Amendment of Section 73.202(b), Table of Al-             ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
  263. A letter from the Managing Director,            lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (Clifton,                on Commerce.
Federal Communications Commission, trans-              Tennessee) [MM Docket No. 96–163; RM–8841]                 282. A letter from the Secretary, Federal
mitting the Commission’s final rule—                   received November 15, 1996, pursuant to 5                Trade Commission, transmitting the Com-
Amendment of Section 73.202(b), Table of Al-           U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 mission’s final rule—Rule Concerning Disclo-
lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (Hemphill,             Commerce.                                                sures Regarding Energy Consumption and
Texas) received November 5, 1996, pursuant               272. A letter from the Managing Director,              Water Use of Certain Home Appliances and
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on          Federal Communications Commission, trans-                Other Products Required Under the Energy
Commerce.                                              mitting the Commission’s final rule—                     Policy and Conservation Act (‘‘Appliance La-
  264. A letter from the Managing Director,            Amendment of Section 73.202(b), Table of Al-             beling Rule’’) (16 CFR Part 305) received No-
Federal Communications Commission, trans-              lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (El Do-                  vember 13, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
mitting the Commission’s final rule—Alloca-            rado, Arkansas) [MM Docket No. 96–131; RM–               801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.
tion of Spectrum Below 5 GHz Transferred               8810] received November 15, 1996, pursuant to              283. A letter from the Secretary, Federal
from Federal Government Use (ET Docket                 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               Trade Commission, transmitting the Com-
No. 94–32] received November 1, 1996, pursu-           Commerce.                                                mission’s final rule—Deceptive Advertising
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           273. A letter from the Managing Director,              and Labeling of Previously Used Lubricating
on Commerce.                                           transmitting the Commission’s final rule—                Oil (16 CFR Part 406) received October 29,
  265. A letter from the Managing Director,            Amendment of Section 73.202(b), Table of Al-             1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
Federal Communications Commission, trans-              lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (Limon,                  Committee on Commerce.
mitting the Commission’s final rule—Imple-             Colorado) [MM Docket No. 96–156; RM–8840]                  284. A letter from the Secretary, Federal
mentation of Section 309(j) of the Commu-              received November 15, 1996, pursuant to 5                Trade Commission, transmitting the Com-
nications Act—Competitive Bidding [PP                  U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 mission’s final rule—Recision of the Guides
Docket No. 95–253] received October 17, 1996,          Commerce.                                                for the Mirror Industry (16 CFR Part 21) re-
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           274. A letter from the Managing Director,
                                                                                                                ceived October 22, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
mittee on Commerce.                                    Federal Communications Commission, trans-
                                                                                                                801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.
  266. A letter from the Managing Director,            mitting the Commission’s final rule—                       285. A letter from the Director, Regula-
Federal Communications Commission, trans-              Amendment of Section 73.202(b) Table of Al-              tions Policy Management Staff, Office of
mitting the Commission’s final rule—                   lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (Pontotoc,               Policy, Food and Drug Administration,
Amendment of Parts 20, 21, 22, 24, 26, 80, 87,         Winona, Coffeeville and Rienzi, Mississippi,             transmitting the Administration’s final
90, 100, and 101 of the Commission’s Rules To          and Bolivar, Middleton, Selmer and Ramer,                rule—Protection of Human Subjects; In-
Implement Section 403(k) of the Tele-                  Tennessee) [MM Docket No. 91–152; RM–7085;
                                                                                                                formed Consent Verification [Docket No.
communications Act of 1996 (Citizenship Re-            RM–7092; RM–7225; RM–7352; RM–7437; RM–
                                                                                                                95N–0359] received November 12, 1996, pursu-
quirements) (FCC 96–396) received October 24,          7714; RM–7845; RM–7846; RM–7847] received
                                                                                                                ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        November 15, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
                                                                                                                on Commerce.
Committee on Commerce.                                 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.                286. A letter from the Director, Regula-
  267. A letter from the Managing Director,              275. A letter from the Managing Director,
                                                                                                                tions Policy Management Staff, Office of
Federal Communications Commission, trans-              Federal Communications Commission, trans-
                                                                                                                Policy, Food and Drug Administration,
mitting the Commission’s final rule—Imple-             mitting the Commission’s final rule—
                                                                                                                transmitting the Administration’s final
mentation of Section 309(j) of the Commu-              Amendment of Section 73.202(b) Table of Al-
                                                                                                                rule—Extralabel Drug Use in Animals [Dock-
nications Act—Competitive Bidding (PP                  lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (Ukiah,
                                                       California) [MM Docket No. 96–9; RM–8736]                et No. 96N–0081] (RIN: 0910–AA47) received
Docket No. 93–253]; Amendment of Part 22 of                                                                     November 12, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
the Commission’s Rules to Provide for the              received November 15, 1996, pursuant to 5
                                                       U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.
Filing and Processing of Applications for                                                                         287. A letter from the Director, Regula-
                                                       Commerce.
Unserved Areas in the Cellular Service and                                                                      tions Policy Management Staff, Office of
                                                         276. A letter from the Managing Director,
to Modify Other Cellular Rates [CC Docket              Federal Communications Commission, trans-                Policy, Food and Drug Administration,
No. 90–6] received November 21, 1996, pursu-           mitting the Commission’s final rule—                     transmitting the Administration’s final
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee         Amendment of Section 73.202(b) Table of Al-              rule—Prominence of Name of Distributor of
on Commerce.                                           lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (Keaau,                  Biological Products [Docket No. 95N–0295] re-
  268. A letter from the Managing Director,                                                                     ceived November 12, 1996, pursuant to
                                                       Hawaii) [MM Docket No. 96–155; RM–8828] re-
Federal Communications Commission, trans-                                                                       5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
                                                       ceived November 15, 1996, pursuant to 5
mitting the Commission’s final rule—Revi-                                                                       Commerce.
                                                       U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
sion of Filing Requirements [CC Docket No.                                                                        288. A letter from the Director, Regula-
                                                       Commerce.
96–23] received November 21, 1996, pursuant              277. A letter from the Managing Director,              tions Policy Management Staff, Office of
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on          Federal Communications Commission, trans-                Policy, Food and Drug Administration,
Commerce.                                              mitting the Commission’s final rule—                     transmitting the Administration’s final
  269. A letter from the Managing Director,            Amendment of Parts 80 and 87 of the Com-                 rule—Medical Devices; Humanitarian Use
Federal Communications Commission, trans-              mission’s Rules to Permit Operation of Cer-              Devices; Stay of Effective Date of Informa-
mitting the Commission’s final rule—Imple-             tain Domestic Ship and Aircraft Radio Sta-               tion Collection Requirements [Docket No.
mentation of the Pay Telephone Reclassi-               tions Without Individual Licenses [WT Dock-              91N–0404] received November 5, 1996, pursuant
fication and Compensation Provisions of the            et No. 96–82] received November 15, 1996, pur-           to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Telecommunications Act of 1996 [CC Docket              suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-              Commerce.
No. 96–128]; Policies and Rules Concerning             mittee on Commerce.                                        289. A letter from the Director, Regula-
Operator Service Access and Pay Telephone                278. A letter from the Managing Director,              tions Policy Management Staff, Office of
Compensation [CC Docket No. 91–35]; Peti-              Federal Communications Commission, trans-                Policy, Food and Drug Administration,
tion of the Public Telephone Council to                mitting the Commission’s final rule—In the               transmitting the Administration’s final
Treat Bell Operating Company Payphones as              Matter of Implementation of Section 309(j) of            rule—Topical Antimicrobial Drug Products
Customer Premises Equipment; Petition of               the Communications Act—Competitive Bid-                  for Over-the-Counter Human Use; Amend-
Oncor Communications Requesting Com-                   ding (Tenth Report and Order) [FCC 96–447,               ment of Final Monograph for OTC First Aid
pensation for Competitive Payphone Prem-               PP Docket No. 93–253] received December 13,              Antibiotic Drug Products [Docket No. 95N–
ises Owners and Presubscribed Operator                 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          0062] (RIN: 0910–AA01) received November 20,
Services Providers; Petition of the California         Committee on Commerce.                                   1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
Payphone Association to Amend and Clarify                279. A letter from the Secretary, Federal              Committee on Commerce.
Section 68.2(a) of the Commission’s Rules;             Trade Commission, transmitting the report                  290. A letter from the Director, Regula-
Amendment of Section 69.2 (m) and (ee) of              to Congress for 1994 pursuant to the Federal             tions Policy Management Staff, Office of
the Commission’s Rules to, pursuant to 5               Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act, pur-             Policy, Food and Drug Administration,
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               suant to 15 U.S.C. 1337(b); to the Committee             transmitting the Administration’s final
Commerce.                                              on Commerce.                                             rule—Over-the-Counter Drug Products In-
  270. A letter from the Managing Director,              280. A letter from the Secretary, Federal              tended for Oral Ingestion that Contain Alco-
Federal Communications Commission, trans-              Trade Commission, transmitting the Com-                  hol; Amendment of Final Rule [Docket No.
mitting the Commission’s final rule—                   mission’s final rule—Guides for the Use of               95N–0341] received November 21, 1996, pursu-
Amendment of Section 73.202(b), Table of Al-           Environmental Marketing Claims (16 CFR                   ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
lotments, FM Broadcast Stations (Bates-                Part 260) received October 7, 1996, pursuant             on Commerce.
ville, Arkansas) [MM Docket No. 96–153; RM–            to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on              291. A letter from the Director, Regula-
8804] received November 15, 1996, pursuant to          Commerce.                                                tions Policy Management Staff, Office of


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Policy, Food and Drug Administration,                  final rule—Constraint on Releases of Air-                  313. A letter from the Director, Defense Se-
transmitting the Administration’s final                borne Radioactive Materials to the Environ-              curity Assistance Agency, transmitting the
rule—Lowfat and Skim Milk Products,                    ment for Licensees Other than Power Reac-                Department of the Air Force’s proposed lease
Lowfat and Nonfat Yogurt Products, Lowfat              tors [Regulatory Guide 4.20] received Decem-             of defense articles to Australia (Transmittal
Cottage Cheese: Revocation of Standards of             ber 13, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);         No. 02–97), pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2796a(a); to
Identify; Food Labeling, Nutrient Content              to the Committee on Commerce.                            the Committee on International Relations.
Claims for Fat, Fatty Acids, and Cholesterol             302. A letter from the Director of Office of             314. A letter from the Director, Defense Se-
Content of Foods [Docket Nos. 95P–0125, 95P–           Congressional Affairs, Nuclear Regulatory                curity Assistance Agency, transmitting the
0250, 95P–0261, and 95P–0293] received Novem-          Commission, transmitting the Commission’s                Department of the Army’s proposed lease of
ber 26, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);       final rule—Environmental Review for Re-                  defense articles to Norway (Transmittal No.
to the Committee on Commerce.                          newal of Nuclear Power Plant Operating Li-               01–97), pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2796a(a); to the
  292. A letter from the Director, Regula-             censes [10 CFR Part 51] (RIN: 3150–AD63) re-             Committee on International Relations.
tions Policy Management Staff, Office of               ceived December 17, 1996, pursuant to 5                    315. A letter from the Director, Defense Se-
Policy, Food and Drug Administration,                  U.S.C. 801 (a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                curity Assistance Agency, transmitting noti-
transmitting the Administration’s final                Commerce.                                                fication of an amendment to the NATO Con-
rule—Medical Device Recall Authority                     303. A letter from the Legislative and Reg-            tinuous Acquisition and Life-cycle Support
[Docket No. 93N–0260] received November 26,            ulatory Activities Division, Office of the               [CALS] Memorandum of Understanding
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        Comptroller of the Currency, transmitting                [MOU] (Transmittal No. 19–96), pursuant to
Committee on Commerce.                                 the Office’s final rule—Recordkeeping and                22 U.S.C. 2767(f); to the Committee on Inter-
  293. A letter from the Director, Regula-             Confirmation Requirements for Securities                 national Relations.
tions Policy Management Staff, Office of               Transactions [Docket No. 96–25] (RIN: 1557–                316. A letter from the Director, Defense Se-
Policy, Food and Drug Administration,                  AB42) received November 27, 1996, pursuant               curity Assistance Agency, transmitting the
transmitting the Administration’s final                to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on            quarterly reports in accordance with sec-
rule—Medical Devices; Reclassification of              Commerce.                                                tions 36(a) and 26(b) of the Arms Export Con-
Acupuncture Needles for the Practice of Acu-             304. A letter from the Administrator, Pub-             trol Act, the 24 March 1979 report by the
puncture [Docket No. 94P–0443] received De-            lic Health Service, transmitting the Serv-               Committee on Foreign Affairs, and the sev-
cember 12, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                  ice’s final rule—Grants for Nurse Practioner             enth report by the Committee on Govern-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.            and Nurse Midwifery Programs (RIN: 0906–                 ment Operations for the fourth quarter of
  294. A letter from the Director, Office of           AA40) received October 8, 1996, pursuant to 5            fiscal year 1996, 1 July 1996–30 September
Congressional Affairs, Nuclear Regulatory              U.S.C. 801(A)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 1996, pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2776(a); to the
Commission, transmitting the Commission’s              Commerce.                                                Committee on International Relations.
                                                         305. A letter from the Secretary of Energy,              317. A letter from the Director, Defense Se-
final rule—Policy and Procedure for Enforce-
                                                       transmitting the Department’s 35th quar-                 curity Assistance Agency, transmitting noti-
ment Actions; Departures from FSAR
                                                       terly report to Congress on the status of                fication concerning the Department of the
[NUREG–1600] received October 17, 1996, pur-
                                                       Exxon and Stripper Well oil overcharge funds             Navy’s proposed Letter(s) of Offer and Ac-
suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
                                                       as of June 30, 1996; to the Committee on
mittee on Commerce.                                                                                             ceptance [LOA] to Germany for defense arti-
                                                       Commerce.
  295. A letter from the Director, Office of                                                                    cles and services (Transmittal No. 97–03),
                                                         306. A letter from the Secretary of Health
Congressional Affairs, Nuclear Regulatory                                                                       pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2776(b); to the Com-
                                                       and Human Services, transmitting the De-
Commission, transmitting the Commission’s              partment’s final rule—Medical Devices: Cur-              mittee on International Relations.
final rule—Revision to the NRC Enforcement                                                                        318. A letter from the Director, Defense Se-
                                                       rent Good Manufacturing Practices (CGMP)
Manual [NUREG/BR–0195, Rev. 1] received                                                                         curity Assistance Agency, transmitting noti-
                                                       Final Rule; Quality System Regulation
November 19, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                                                                         fication concerning the Department of the
                                                       [Docket No. 90N–0172] (RIN: 0910–AA09) re-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.                                                                     Navy’s proposed Letter(s) of Offer and Ac-
                                                       ceived October 11, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
  296. A letter from the Director, Office of                                                                    ceptance [LOA] to Spain for defense articles
                                                       801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.
Congressional Affairs, Nuclear Regulatory                307. A letter from the Secretary of Health             and services (Transmittal No. 97–04), pursu-
Commission, transmitting the Commission’s              and Human Services, transmitting the De-                 ant to 22 U.S.C. 2776(b); to the Committee on
final rule—Disposal of High-Level Radio-               partment’s final rule—Medicaid Program;                  International Relations.
active Wastes in Geologic Repositories; De-            Final Limitations on Aggregate Payments to                 319. A letter from the Director, Defense Se-
sign Basis Events [10 CFR Part 60] (RIN:               Disproportionate Share Hospitals: Federal                curity Assistance Agency, transmitting noti-
3150–AD51) received December 2, 1996, pursu-           Fiscal Year 1996 [MB–100–N] (RIN: 0938–AH44)             fication concerning the Department of the
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee         received October 8, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.           Navy’s proposed Letter(s) of Offer and Ac-
on Commerce.                                           801(a)(a)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              ceptance [LOA] to the Netherlands for de-
  297. A letter from the Director, Office of             308. A letter from the Secretary of Health             fense articles and services (Transmittal No.
Congressional Affairs, Nuclear Regulatory              and Human Services, transmitting the De-                 97–02), pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2776(b); to the
Commission, transmitting the Commission’s              partment’s final rule—Additional Require-                Committee on International Relations.
final rule—Reactor Site Criteria Including             ments for Facilities Transferring or Receiv-               320. A letter from the Director, Defense Se-
Seismic and Earthquake Engineering Cri-                ing Select Agents (RIN: 0905–AE70) received              curity Assistance Agency, transmitting noti-
teria for Nuclear Power Plants and Denial of           October 31, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   fication concerning the Department of the
Petition from Free Environment [10 CFR                 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.              Air Force’s proposed Letter(s) of Offer and
Parts 21, 50, 52, 54, and 100] (RIN: 3150–AD93)          309. A letter from the Secretary of Health             Acceptance [LOA] to Korea for defense arti-
received December 4, 1996, pursuant to 5               and Human Services, transmitting a report                cles and services (Transmittal No. 97–06),
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               on the effectiveness of childhood lead poi-              pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2776(b); to the Com-
Commerce.                                              soning prevention activities under the Lead              mittee on International Relations.
  298. A letter from the Director, Office of           Contamination Control Act of 1988; to the                  321. A letter from the Director, Defense Se-
Congressional Affairs, Nuclear Regulatory              Committee on Commerce.                                   curity Assistance Agency, transmitting the
Commission, transmitting the Commission’s                310. A letter from the Secretary, Securities           Department of the Navy’s proposed lease of
final rule—Resolution of Dual Regulation of            and Exchange Commission, transmitting the                defense articles to the Taipei Economic and
Airborne Effluents of Radioactive Materials;           Commission’s final rule—Periodic Reporting               Cultural Representative Office in the United
Clean Air Act [10 CFR Part 20] (RIN: 3150–             of Unregistered Equity Sales (RIN: 3235–                 States [TECRO] Transmittal No. 04–97), pur-
AF31) received December 9, 1996, pursuant to           AG47) received October 10, 1996, pursuant to             suant to 22 U.S.C. 2796a(a); to the Committee
5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on             5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               on International Relations.
Commerce.                                              Commerce.                                                  322. A letter from the Director, Defense Se-
  299. A letter from the Director of Office of           311. A letter from the Secretary, Securities           curity Assistance Agency, transmitting the
Congressional Affairs, Nuclear Regulatory              and Exchange Commission, transmitting the                Department of Navy’s proposed lease of de-
Commission, transmitting the Commission’s              Commission’s final rule—Streamlining Dis-                fense articles to the North Atlantic Treaty
final rule—General Statement of Policy and             closure Requirements Relating to Signifi-                Organization (Transmittal No. 06–97), pursu-
Procedure for Enforcement Actions; Policy              cant Business Acquisitions (RIN: 3235–AG47)              ant to 22 U.S.C. 2796a(a); to the Committee
Statement—received December 9, 1996, pur-              received October 10, 1996, pursuant to 5                 on International Relations.
suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-            U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                   323. A letter from the Under Secretary for
mittee on Commerce.                                    Commerce.                                                Export Administration, Department of Com-
  300. A letter from the Chairman, Nuclear               312. A letter from the Secretary, Securities           merce, transmitting a notice of a transfer of
Regulatory Commission, transmitting a re-              and Exchange Commission, transmitting the                items from the U.S. munitions list to the
port on the nondisclosure of safeguards in-            Commission’s final rule—Custody of Invest-               Commerce control list, pursuant to 22 U.S.C.
formation for the quarter ending September             ment Company Assets with Futures Commis-                 2349aa–2(d)(4)(A)(iii); to the Committee on
30, 1996, pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 2167(e); to the        sion Merchants and Commodity Clearing Or-                International Relations.
Committee on Commerce.                                 ganizations [Release No. IC–22389; File No.                324. A letter from the Assistant Secretary
  301. A letter from the Director of Office of         S7–15–94] (RIN: 3235–AF97) received December             for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,
Congressional Affairs, Nuclear Regulatory              12, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to          transmitting an unclassified report on the
Commission, transmitting the Commission’s              the Committee on Commerce.                               Loan Guarantees to Israel Program and on


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1997                                               HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                            T 1.46
economic conditions in Israel, pursuant to             to support Kurdish evacuees from northern                12924 of August 19, 1994, to deal with the
Public Law 102–391, section 601 (106 Stat.             Iraq, pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2318(b)(2); to the           threat to the national security, foreign pol-
1701); to the Committee on International Re-           Committee on International Relations.                    icy, and economy of the United States
lations.                                                 334. A communication from the President                caused by the lapse of the Export Adminis-
  325. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           of the United States, transmitting the bi-               tration Act of 1979—Received in the United
for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,          monthly report on progress toward a nego-                States House of Representatives December 2,
transmitting a memorandum of justification             tiated settlement of the Cyprus question, in-            1996, pursuant to 50 U.S.C. 1703(c) and 50
for Presidential determination regarding the           cluding any relevant reports from the Sec-               U.S.C. 1641(c) (H. Doc. No. 105–14); to the
drawdown of defense articles and services for          retary General of the United Nations, pursu-             Committee on International Relations and
Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Uganda, pursuant to             ant to 22 U.S.C. 2373(c); to the Committee on            ordered to be printed.
22 U.S.C. 2318(a)(1); to the Committee on              International Relations.                                   343. A communication from the President
International Relations.                                 335. A communication from the President                of the United States transmitting a report
  326. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           of the United States, transmitting notifica-             on developments concerning the national
for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,          tion that the emergency declared with re-                emergency with respect to the Federal Re-
transmitting a copy of the Secretary’s deter-          spect to significant narcotics traffickers cen-          public of Yugoslavia (Serbia and Monte-
mination and justification to exercise the             tered in Colombia is to continue in effect for           negro) (the ‘‘FRY (S/M’’) and the Bosnian
authority granted him under section 451 of             1 year beyond October 21, 1996—Received in               Serbs—Received in the United States House
the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as                 the United States House of Representatives               of Representatives December 9, 1996, pursu-
amended, authorizing assistance to support a           October 15, 1996, pursuant to 50 U.S.C. 1622(d)          ant to 5 U.S.C. 1703(c) (H. Doc. No. 105–16); to
cease-fire agreement between the two main              (H. Doc. No. 105–4); to the Committee on                 the Committee on International Relations
Kurd groups in northern Iraq, pursuant to 22           International Relations and ordered to be                and ordered to be printed.
U.S.C. 2261(a)(2); to the Committee on Inter-          printed.                                                   344. A letter from the Assistant Legal Ad-
national Relations.                                      336. A communication from the President                viser for Treaty Affairs, Department of
  327. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           of the United States, transmitting a report              State, transmitting copies of international
for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,          on developments concerning the national                  agreements, other than treaties, entered into
transmitting certification for fiscal year 1997        emergency with respect to significant nar-               by the United States, pursuant to 1 U.S.C.
that no U.N. agency or U.N. affiliated agency          cotics traffickers centered in Colombia that             112b(a); to the Committee on International
grants any official status, accreditation, or          was declared in Executive Order No. 12978 of             Relations.
recognition to any organization which pro-             October 21, 1995—Received in the United                    345. A letter from the Assistant Legal Ad-
motes and condones or seeks the legalization           States House of Representatives October 23,              viser for Treaty Affairs, Department of
of pedophilia, or which includes as a sub-             1996, pursuant to 50 U.S.C. 1703(c) (H. Doc.             State, transmitting copies of international
sidiary or member any such organization,               No. 105–6); to the Committee on Inter-                   agreements, other than treaties, entered into
pursuant to Public Law 103–236, section 102(g)         national Relations and ordered to be printed.            by the United States, pursuant to 1 U.S.C.
(108 Stat. 389); to the Committee on Inter-              337. A communication from the President                112b(a); to the Committee on International
national Relations.                                    of the United States, transmitting notifica-             Relations.
  328. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           tion that the Iran emergency is to continue                346. A letter from the Assistant Legal Ad-
for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,          in effect beyond November 14, 1996—Received              viser for Treaty Affairs, Department of
transmitting certification of a proposed li-           in the United States House of Representa-                State, transmitting copies of international
cense for the export of defense articles or de-        tives October 30, 1996, pursuant to 50 U.S.C.            agreements, other than treaties, entered into
fense services sold commercially to Saudi              1622(d) (H. Doc. No. 105–7); to the Committee            by the United States, pursuant to 1 U.S.C.
Arabia (Transmittal No. DTC–5–97), pursuant            on International Relations and ordered to be             112b(a); to the Committee on International
to 22 U.S.C. 2776(c); to the Committee on              printed.                                                 Relations.
International Relations.                                 338. A communication from the President                  347. A letter from the Assistant Legal Ad-
  329. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           of the United States, transmitting a report              viser for Treaty Affairs, Department of
for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,          on the status of efforts to obtain Iraq’s com-           State, transmitting copies of international
transmitting a copy of Presidential Deter-             pliance with the resolutions adopted by the              agreements, other than treaties, entered into
mination No. 97–8, and the Statement of Jus-           U.N. Security Council—Received in the                    by the United States, pursuant to 1 U.S.C.
tification authorizing the furnishing of as-           United States House of Representatives No-               112b(a); to the Committee on International
sistance from the Emergency Refugee and                vember 6, 1996, pursuant to Public Law 102–1,            Relations.
Migration Assistance Fund to meet the ur-              section 3 (105 Stat. 4) (H. Doc. No. 105–9); to            348. A letter from the Assistant Secretary
gent needs of refugees, victims of conflict,           the Committee on International Relations                 for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,
and other persons at risk in and from north-           and ordered to be printed.                               transmitting a memorandom of Justification
ern Iraq, pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2601(c)(3); to           339. A communication from the President                for Presidential Determination (96–57) re-
the Committee on International Relations.              of the United States, transmitting notifica-             garding the drawdown of defense articles and
  330. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           tion that the national emergency with re-                services from the stocks of DOD for disaster
for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,          spect to the proliferation of nuclear, biologi-          assistance to Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, and
transmitting notification of a proposed man-           cal, and chemical weapons (‘‘weapons of                  the Countries of the Eastern Caribbean Re-
ufacturing license agreement for production            mass destruction’’—[WMD]) and the means                  gional Security System [RSS], pursuant to
of major military equipment with Australia             of delivering such weapons is to continue in             Public Law 101–513, section 547(a) (104 Stat.
(Transmittal No. DTC–4–97), pursuant to 22             effect beyond November 14, 1996—Received in              2019); to the Committee on International Re-
U.S.C. 2776(d); to the Committee on Inter-             the United States House of Representatives               lations.
national Relations.                                    November 12, 1996, pursuant to 50 U.S.C.                   349. A letter from the Assistant Legal Ad-
  331. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           1622(d) (H. Doc. No. 105–10); to the Committee           viser for Treaty Affairs, Department of
for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,          on International Relations and ordered to be             State, transmitting copies of international
transmitting a copy of Presidential Deter-             printed.                                                 agreements, other than treaties, entered into
mination No. 96–56: Drawdown of Commod-                  340. A communication from the President                by the United States, pursuant to 1 U.S.C.
ities, Services, and Training from the De-             of the United States, transmitting a report              112b(a); to the Committee on International
partment of Defense for the Economic Com-              on developments concerning the national                  Relations.
munity of West African States’ Peace-                  emergency with respect to Iran that was de-                350. A letter from the Assistant Secretary
keeping Force [ECOMOG], Pursuant to 22                 clared in Executive Order No. 12170 of No-               for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,
U.S.C. 2348a; to the Committee on Inter-               vember 14, 1979—Received in the United                   transmitting notification that effective No-
national Relations.                                    States House of Representatives November                 vember 27, 1996, the danger pay rate for all
  332. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           15, 1996, pursuant to 50 U.S.C. 1703(c) (H. Doc.         areas in Columbia was designated at the 15
for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,          No. 105–11); to the Committee on Inter-                  percent level, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 5928; to
transmitting a copy of Presidential Deter-             national Relations and ordered to be printed.            the Committee on International Relations.
mination No. 96–55: Determination to Au-                 341. A communication from the President                  351. A letter from the Director, Defense Se-
thorize the Furnishing of Non-Lethal Emer-             of the United States transmitting revisions              curity Assistance Agency, transmitting noti-
gency Military Assistance to the States Par-           to the provisions that apply to the Depart-              fication concerning the Department of the
ticipating in the Economic Community of                ment of Commerce in the Export Adminis-                  Air Force’s proposed Letter(s) of Offer and
West African States’ Peacekeeping Force                tration Regulations, 15 CFR Part 730 et                  Acceptance [LOA] to Korea for defense arti-
[ECOMOG] under section 506(a)(1) of the For-           seq.—Received in the United States House of              cles and services (Transmittal No. 97–05),
eign Assistance Act, pursuant to 22 U.S.C.             Representatives November 15, 1996, pursuant              pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2776(b); to the Com-
2318(a)(1); to the Committee on International          to 50 U.S.C. 1703(b) (H. Doc. No. 105–12); to            mittee on International Relations.
Relations.                                             the Committee on International Relations                   352. A letter from the Chief Counsel, Office
  333. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           and ordered to be printed.                               of Foreign Assets Control, Department of the
for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,            342. A communication from the President                Treasury, transmitting the Department’s
transmitting a copy of memorandum of jus-              of the United States transmitting a report               final rule—Blocked Persons, Specially Des-
tification for drawdown under section                  on developments concerning the national                  ignated Nationals, Specially Trained Terror-
506(a)(2) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961        emergency declared by Executive Order No.                ists, Specially Designated Narcotics Traf-


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fickers, and Blocked Vessels; Removal of                 363. A communication from the President                port of the Office of Inspector General for
Entry (31 CFR Chapter V) received October              of the United States, transmitting a report              the period ended September 30, 1996, pursu-
13, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to        to Congress that it is in the national interest          ant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section
the Committee on International Relations.              of the United States to lift the suspensions             5(b); to the Committee on Government Re-
  353. A letter from the Chief Counsel, Office         under section 902(a)(3) and 902(a)(5) of the             form and Oversight.
of Foreign Assets Control, Department of the           Foreign Relations Authorization Act, fiscal                375. A letter from the Chairman, Council of
Treasury, transmitting the Department’s                years 1990 and 1991 insofar as such restric-             the District of Columbia, transmitting a
final rule—Iranian Transactions Regulations            tions pertain to the Chinese FY–1 meteoro-               copy of D.C. Act 11–432, ‘‘New Hires Police
(31 CFR Part 560) received November 12, 1996,          logical satellite; to the Committee on Inter-            Officers, Fire Fighters and Teachers Pension
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         national Relations.                                      Modification Amendment Act of 1996’’ re-
mittee on International Relations.                       364. A Communication from the President                ceived November 6, 1996, pursuant to D.C.
  354. A letter from the Chief Counsel, Office         of the United States, transmitting a report              Code, section 1–233(c)(1); to the Committee
of Foreign Assets Control, Department of the           on the United States participation in                    on Government Reform and Oversight.
Treasury, transmitting the Department’s                Rowanda and the Great Lakes region of east-                376. A letter from the Chairman, Council of
final rule—Blocked Persons, Specially Des-             ern Zaire—received in the United States                  the District of Columbia, transmitting a
ignated Nationals, Specially Designated Ter-           House of Representatives December 3, 1996                copy of D.C. Act 11–433, ‘‘BNA Washington
rorists, Specially Designated Narcotics Traf-          (H. Doc. No. 105–13); to the Committee on                Inc., Real Property Tax Deferral Temporary
fickers, and Blocked Vessels; Removal of               International Relations and ordered to be                Amendment Act of 1996’’ received November
Specially Designated Nationals of the Fed-             printed.                                                 6, 1996, pursuant to D.C. Code, section 1–
eral Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia & Monte-             365. A letter from the Chairman, U.S. Advi-            233(c)(1); to the Committee on Government
negro) (Office of Foreign Assets Control) [31          sory Commission on Public Diplomacy,                     Reform and Oversight.
CFR Chapter V] received December 4, 1996,              transmitting the Commission’s annual re-                   377. A letter from the Chairman, Council of
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         port entitled ‘‘A New Diplomacy for the In-              the District of Columbia, transmitting a
mittee on International Relations.                     formation Age’’, pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 1469;             copy of D.C. Act 11–415, ‘‘Real Property Tax
  355. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           to the Committee on International Rela-                  Rates for Tax Year 1997 Temporary Amend-
for Export Administration, Department of               tions.                                                   ment Act of 1996’’ received November 6, 1996,
Commerce, transmitting the Department’s                  366. A letter from the Director, Office of             pursuant to D.C. Code, section 1–233(c)(1); to
final rule—Revisions to the Export Adminis-            Administration, Executive Office of the                  the Committee on Government Reform and
tration Regulations: License Exceptions                President, transmitting the White House                  Oversight.
[Docket No. 961122325–6325–01] (RIN: 0694–             personnel report for the fiscal year 1996, pur-            378. A letter from the Chairman, Council of
AB51) received December 2, 1996, pursuant to           suant to 3 U.S.C. 113; to the Committee on               the District of Columbia, transmitting a
5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on             Government Reform and Oversight.                         copy of D.C. Act 11–414, ‘‘Economic Recovery
International Relations.                                 367. A Communication from the President
                                                                                                                Conformity Temporary Act of 1996’’ received
  356. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           of the United States, transmitting a report
                                                                                                                November 6, 1996, pursuant to D.C. Code, sec-
for Export Administration, Department of               on the Federal agencies’ implementation of
                                                                                                                tion 1–233(c)(1); to the Committee on Govern-
Commerce, transmitting the Department’s                the Privacy Act of 1974, as amended for the
                                                                                                                ment Reform and Oversight.
final    rule—Licensing     of  Key     Escrow         calendar years 1992 and 1993, pursuant to 5                379. A letter from the Chairman, Council of
Encryption Equipment and Software {Dock-               U.S.C. 552a; to the Committee on Govern-
                                                                                                                the District of Columbia, transmitting a
et No. 960918265–6296–02] (RIN: 0694–AB09) re-         ment Reform and Oversight.
                                                                                                                copy of D.C. Act 11–413, ‘‘Oyster Elementary
ceived December 10, 1996, pursuant to 5                  368. A letter from the Commissioner of So-
                                                       cial Security Administration, transmitting               School Modernization and Development
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
                                                       the Administration’s accountability report               Project Temporary Act of 1996’’ received No-
International Relations.
  357. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           for fiscal year 1996, pursuant to Public Law             vember 6, 1996, pursuant to D.C. Code, sec-
for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,          101–410 section 6 (104 Stat. 892); to the Com-           tion 1–233(c)(1); to the Committee on Govern-
transmitting a report of U.S. citizen expro-           mittee on Government Reform and Over-                    ment Reform and Oversight.
                                                                                                                  380. A letter form the Chairman, Council of
priation claims and certain other commer-              sight.
cial and investment disputes, pursuant to                369. A letter from the Secretary of Agri-              the District of Columbia, transmitting a
Public Law 103–236, section 527(f); to the             culture, transmitting the semiannual report              copy of D.C. Act 11–363, ‘‘Modified Reduction-
Committee on International Relations.                  of the inspector general for the period April            in-Force Temporary Amendment Act of 1996’’
  358. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           1, 1996 through September 30, 1996, pursuant             received October 4, 1996, pursuant to D.C.
for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,          to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b);          Code, section 1–233(c)(1); to the Committee
transmitting certification and justification           to the Committee on Government Reform                    on Government Reform and Oversight.
of waivers of the prohibition against con-             and Oversight.                                             381. A letter from the Chairman, Council of
tracting with firms that comply with the                 370. A letter from the Secretary of Com-               the District of Columbia, transmitting a
Arab League boycott of the State of Israel             merce, transmitting the semiannual report                copy D.C. Act 11–387, ‘‘Closing of a Public
and of the prohibition against contracting             on the activities of the Office of the Inspec-           Alley in Square 375, S.O. 95–54, Act of 1996’’
with firms that discriminate in the award of           tor General and the Secretary’s semiannual               received October 4, 1996, pursuant to D.C.
contracts on the basis of religion, pursuant           report on final action taken on inspector                Code, section 1–233(c)(1); to the Committee
to Public Law 103–236, section 565(b); to the          general audits for the period from April 1,              on Government Reform and Oversight.
Committee on International Relations.                  1996 through September 30, 1996, pursuant to               382. A letter from the Interim Auditor, Dis-
  359. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to          trict of Columbia, transmitting a copy of a
for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,          the Committee on Government Reform and                   report entitled ‘‘Excepted Service Employee
transmitting the Department’s report pursu-            Oversight.                                               Failed to Comply With the District’s Resi-
ant to section 3 of the Arms Export Control              371. A letter from the Secretary of Energy,            dency Requirement’’, pursuant to D.C. Code,
Act; to the Committee on International Re-             transmitting the semiannual report on ac-                section 47–117(d); to the Committee on Gov-
lations.                                               tivities of the inspector general for the pe-            ernment Reform and Oversight.
  360. A letter from the Deputy Associate Ad-          riod April 1, 1996, through September 30, 1996             383. A letter from the Interim District of
ministrator for Acquisition Policy, General            and the semiannual report on inspector gen-              Columbia Auditor, transmitting a copy of a
Services Administration, transmitting the              eral audit reports for the same period, pursu-           report entitled ‘‘Certification of Fiscal Year
Administration’s final rule—Reporting Re-              ant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section            1997 Revenue Estimates in Support of the
quirements for Foreign Gifts and Decora-               5(b); to the Committee on Government Re-                 District of Columbia General Obligation
tions (RIN: 3090–AG14) received November 21,           form and Oversight.                                      Bonds’’ (Series 1996A), pursuant to D.C. Code,
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          372. A letter from the Secretary of the In-            section 47–117(d); to the Committee on Gov-
Committee on International Relations.                  terior, transmitting the semiannual report               ernment Reform and Oversight.
  361. A letter from the Chairman, J. William          of the inspector general for the period April              384. A letter from the Acting Comptroller
Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, trans-            1, 1996 through September 30, 1996, pursuant             General, General Accounting Office, trans-
mitting the Board’s 1995 annual report, pur-           to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b);          mitting a list of all reports issued or released
suant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) sec-           to the Committee on Government Reform                    in September 1996, pursuant to 31 U.S.C.
tion 5(b); to the Committee on International           and Oversight.                                           719(h); to the Committee on Government Re-
Relations.                                               373. A letter from the Secretary of Labor,             form and Oversight.
  362. A communication from the President              transmitting the semiannual report of the                  385. A letter from the Comptroller General,
of the United States, transmitting a report            Department’s inspector general and the De-               General Accounting Office, transmitting a
to Congress that it is in the national interest        partment of Labor’s semiannual manage-                   list of all reports issued or released in Octo-
of the United States to terminate the sus-             ment report to Congress covering the period              ber 1996, pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 719(h); to the
pensions under section 902(a)(3) and section           April 1, 1996 through September 30, 1996, pur-           Committee on Government Reform and
902(a)(5) of the Foreign Relations Authoriza-          suant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) sec-             Oversight.
tion Act, fiscal years 1990 and 1991 insofar as        tion 5(b); to the Committee on Government                  386. A letter from the Chairperson, Ap-
such restrictions pertain to the SINOSAT               Reform and Oversight.                                    praisal Subcommittee Federal Financial In-
project; to the Committee on International               374. A letter from the Secretary of Trans-             stitutions Examination Council, transmit-
Relations.                                             portation transmitting the semiannual re-                ting the Appraisal Subcommittee of the Fed-


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1997                                               HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                            T 1.46
eral Financial Institutions Examination                transmitting the Authority’s revised report              Board, transmitting the Board’s final rule—
Council’s combined annual report under the             to the Congress, pursuant to Public Law 104–             Allocation of Earnings (5 CFR Part 1645) re-
Inspector General Act and annual statement             8 section 224; to the Committee on Govern-               ceived November 19, 1996, pursuant to 5
under the Federal Managers Financial Integ-            ment Reform and Oversight.                               U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Gov-
rity Act, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp.               398. A letter from the Chairman, District of           ernment Reform and Oversight.
Gen. Act) section 5(b); to the Committee on            Columbia Financial Responsibility and Man-                 409. A letter from the Executive Director,
Government Reform and Oversight.                       agement Assistant Authority, transmitting                Federal    Retirement      Thrift  Investment
  387. A letter from the Treasurer, Army &             the Authority’s annual report setting forth              Board, transmitting the Board’s final rule—
Air Force Exchange Service, transmitting               the progress made by the District govern-                Definition of Basic Pay; Thrift Savings Plan
the annual report for the plan year ended 31           ment in meeting the objectives and the as-               Loans (5 CFR Parts 1600, 1620, and 1655) re-
December 1993, pursuant to Public Law 95–              sistance provided by the Authority to the                ceived November 19, 1996, pursuant to 5
595; to the Committee on Government Re-                District government, pursuant to Public Law              U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Gov-
form and Oversight.                                    104–8 section 224; to the Committee on Gov-              ernment Reform and Oversight.
  388. A letter from the Attorney General of           ernment Reform and Oversight.                              410. A letter from the Executive Director,
the United States, transmitting the semi-                399. A letter from the Chairman, District of           Federal    Retirement      Thrift  Investment
annual report on activities of the inspector           Columbia Financial Responsibility and Man-               Board, transmitting the Board’s report in ac-
general for the period April 1, 1996, through          agement Assistant Authority, transmitting                cordance with the Inspector General Act
September 30, 1996, and the management re-             notification that the Authority has approved             Amendments of 1988, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
port for the same period, pursuant to 5                several resolutions and orders, as well as a             app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to the
U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to          recommendation, concerning the operation                 Committee on Government Reform and
the Committee on Government Reform and                 and management of the District of Columbia               Oversight.
Oversight.                                             Public Schools; to the Committee on Govern-                411. A letter from the Chairman, Federal
  389. A letter from the Executive Director,           ment Reform and Oversight.                               Trade Commission, transmitting the Com-
Committee for Purchase from People who                   400. A letter from the Chief Financial Offi-           mission’s semiannual report on the activities
are Blind or Severely Disabled, transmitting           cer, Export-Import Bank of the United                    of the Office of Inspector General for the pe-
the Committee’s final rule—Additions to the            States, transmitting the Bank’s report in                riod ending September 30, 1996, pursuant to 5
Procurement List (ID #97–002) received No-             compliance with the Inspector General Act                U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to
vember 13, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                  Amendments of 1988, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                 the Committee on Government Reform and
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Govern-              app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to the               Oversight.
ment Reform and Oversight.                             Committee on Government Reform and                         412. A letter from the Vice President and
  390. A letter from the Executive Director,           Oversight.                                               Treasurer, Financial Partners, Inc., trans-
Committee for Purchase from People who                   401. A letter from the Director, Federal Bu-           mitting the annual report of the group re-
are Blind or Severely Disabled, transmitting           reau of Prisons, transmitting the Bureau’s               tirement plan for the Agricultural Credit As-
the Committee’s final rule—Additions to the            final rule—Release of Information [BOP–                  sociations and the Farm Credit Banks in the
Procurement List (ID #97–001) received Octo-           1015–F] (RIN: 1120–AA21) received December               First Farm Credit District, covering the plan
ber 30, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);       10, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to          year January 1, 1995, through December 31,
to the Committee on Government Reform                  the Committee on Government Reform and                   1995, pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 9503(a)(1)(B); to
and Oversight.                                         Oversight.                                               the Committee on Government Reform and
  391. A letter from the Executive Director,             402. A letter from the Director, Office of             Oversight.
Committee for Purchase from People who                 Legislative Affairs, Federal Deposit Insur-                413. A letter from the Public Printer, Gov-
are Blind or Severely Disabled, transmitting           ance Corporation, transmitting the Corpora-              ernment Printing Office, transmitting the
the Committee’s final rule—Additions to the            tion’s final rule—Privacy Act Regulations                semiannual report on the activities of the
Procurement List (ID #96–007) received Octo-           (RIN: 3064–AB80) received October 7, 1996,               Office of the Inspector General for the 6-
ber 14, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);       pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           month period ending September 30, 1996, and
to the Committee on Government Reform                  mittee on Government Reform and Over-                    the management report for the same period,
and Oversight.                                         sight.                                                   pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act)
  392. A letter from the Executive Director,             403. A letter from the Chairman, Federal               section 5(b); to the Committee on Govern-
Committee for Purchase from People who                 Housing Finance Board, transmitting the                  ment Reform and Oversight.
are Blind or Severely Disabled, transmitting           semiannual report on activities of the in-                 414. A letter from the President, Inter-
the Committee’s final rule—Additions to the            spector general covering the 6-month period              American Foundation, transmitting the
Procurement List (ID # 96–0060 received Oc-            ending September 30, 1996, pursuant to 5                 Foundation’s annual report for fiscal year
tober 9, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                    U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b): to            1995, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Govern-              the Committee on Government Reform and                   Act) section 5(b); to the Committee on Gov-
ment Reform and Oversight.                             Oversight.                                               ernment Reform and Oversight.
  393. A letter from the Executive Director,             404. A letter from the Chairman, Federal                 415. A letter from the Executive Director,
Committee for Purchase from People Who                 Maritime Commission, transmitting the                    Japan-United States Friendship Commis-
are Blind or Severely Disabled, transmitting           Commission’s semiannual report on the ac-                sion, transmitting the Commission’s annual
the Committee’s final rule—Additions to the            tivities of the inspector general for the pe-            report for fiscal year 1996, pursuant to 22
Procurement List (ID #97–003) received No-             riod April 1, 1996, through September 30, 1996,          U.S.C. 2904(b); to the Committee on Govern-
vember 27, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                  pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act)               ment Reform and Oversight.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Govern-              Sec. 5(b); to the Committee on Government                  416. A letter from the Executive Director,
ment Reform and Oversight.                             Reform and Oversight.                                    Marine Mammal Commission, transmitting
  394. A letter from the Consumer Product                405. A letter from the Chairman, Board of              the Commission’s report for fiscal year 1996
Safety Commission, transmitting a copy of              Governors, Federal Reserve System, trans-                under both the Inspector General Act and
the annual report in compliance with the               mitting the Board’s semiannual report on                 the Federal Managers’ Financial Integrity
Government in the Sunshine Act during the              the activities of the Office of Inspector Gen-           Act, pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 3512(c)(3); to the
calendar year 1995, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.               eral for the 6-month period ending Sep-                  Committee on Government Reform and
552b(j); to the Committee on Government Re-            tember 30, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app.               Oversight.
form and Oversight.                                    (Insp. Gen. Act) Sec. 5(b); to the Committee               417. A letter from the Chairman, National
  395. A letter from the Chairman, Defense             on Government Reform and Oversight.                      Capital Planning Commission, transmitting
Nuclear Facilities Safety Board, transmit-               406. A letter from the Executive Director,             the Commission’s annual report, pursuant to
ting the Board’s consolidated report for the           Federal     Retirement     Thrift   Investment           5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5 (b); to
year ending September 30, 1996 on the Fed-             Board, transmitting the Board’s final rule—              the Committee on Government Reform and
eral Managers’ Financial Integrity Act and             Correction of Administrative Errors (5 CFR               Oversight.
the results of internal audit and investiga-           Part 1605) received October 31, 1996, pursuant             418. A letter from the Chairman of the
tive activities, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app.             to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on            Board, National Credit Union Administra-
(Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to the Com-             Government Reform and Oversight.                         tion, transmitting the Administration’s
mittee on Government Reform and Over-                    407. A letter from the Executive Director,             semiannual report on the activities of the in-
sight.                                                 Federal     Retirement     Thrift   Investment           spector general for April 1, 1996, through
  396. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          Board, transmitting the Board’s final rule—              September 30, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app.
partment of Transportation, transmitting               Thrift Savings Plan Participation for Cer-               (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to the Com-
the Department’s final rule—Revision of De-            tain Employees of the District of Columbia               mittee on Government Reform and Over-
partment Acquisition Regulations (RIN:                 Financial Responsibility and Management                  sight.
2105–AC59) received October 7, 1996, pursuant          Authority (5 CFR Part 1620) received October               419. A letter from the Chairman, National
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on          29, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to          Endowment for the Arts, transmitting the
Government Reform and Oversight.                       the Committee on Government Reform and                   semiannual report of the inspector general
  397. A letter from the Executive Director,           Oversight.                                               and the semiannual report on final action for
District of Columbia Financial Responsi-                 408. A letter from the Executive Director,             the National Endowment for the Arts, pursu-
bility and Management Assistant Authority,             Federal     Retirement     Thrift   Investment           ant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section


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T 1.46                                                          JOURNAL OF THE                                                                 JANUARY 7
5(b); to the Committee on Government Re-               the Office’s final rule—Retirement, Health,              annual report on the Program Fraud Civil
form and Oversight.                                    and Life Insurance Coverage for DC Finan-                Remedies Act for fiscal year 1996, pursuant
  420. A letter from the President, National           cial Control Authority Employees (RIN:                   to 31 U.S.C. 3810; to the Committee on Gov-
Endowment for Democracy, transmitting the              3206–AG78) received November 19, 1996, pursu-            ernment Reform and Oversight.
annual report for fiscal year 1996, pursuant           ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee             444. A letter from the Secretary of Housing
to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b);        on Government Reform and Oversight.                      and Urban Development, transmitting notifi-
to the Committee on Government Reform                    433. A letter from the Director, Office of             cation that it is in the public interest to
and Oversight.                                         Personnel Management, transmitting the Of-               award a contract to ABT Associates, Inc., to
  421. A letter from the Director, National            fice’s final rule—Cost-of-Living Allowances              provide technical assistance to HUD and the
Gallery of Art, transmitting the fiscal year           (Nonforeign      Areas);   Partnership    Pilot          Camden Partnership in the administration of
1995 annual report under the Federal Man-              Project (RIN: 3206–AH56) received December               HUD-funded        community        development,
agers’ Financial Integrity Act [FMFIA] of              2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to           HOME, and homeless shelter programs, pur-
1982, pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 3512(c)(3); to the         the Committee on Government Reform and                   suant to 41 U.S.C. 253(c)(7); to the Committee
Committee on Government Reform and                     Oversight.                                               on Government Reform and Oversight.
Oversight.                                               434. A letter from the Director, Office of               445. A letter from the Secretary of Labor,
  422. A letter from the Chairman, National            Personnel Management, transmitting the Of-               transmitting the semiannual report on the
Labor Relations Board, transmitting the                fice’s final rule—Family and Medical Leave               activities of the Office of the Inspector Gen-
Board’s semiannual report on the activities            [5 CFR Parts 630 and 890] (RIN 3206–AH10) re-            eral for the period from April 1, 1996, through
of the Office of the Inspector General for the         ceived December 9, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            September 30, 1996, and the management re-
period April 1, 1996, through September 30,            801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Govern-                port for the same period, pursuant to 5
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen.            ment Reform and Oversight.                               U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to
Act) section 5(b); to the Committee on Gov-              435. A letter from the Director, Office of             the Committee on Government Reform and
ernment Reform and Oversight.                          Personnel Management, transmitting notifi-               Oversight.
  423. A letter from the Chairman, National            cation that OPM has approved the final plan                446. A letter from the Secretary of Vet-
Science Board, transmitting the Board’s                for a personnel management demonstration                 erans Affairs, transmitting the semiannual
semiannual report from the inspector gen-              project for the Department of the Air Force,             report on activities of the inspector general
eral covering the activities of her office for         submitted by the Department of Defense,                  for the period April 1, 1996, through Sep-
the period April 1, 1996, through September            pursuant to Public Law 103–337, section 342(b)           tember 30, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app.
30, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen.        (108 Stat. 2721); to the Committee on Govern-            (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to the Com-
Act) section 5(b); to the Committee on Gov-            ment Reform and Oversight.                               mittee on Government Reform and Over-
ernment Reform and Oversight.                            436. A letter from the Director, Office of             sight.
  424. A letter from the Chairman, National            Personnel Management, transmitting the                     447. A letter from the Chairman, Securities
Transportation Safety Board, transmitting              semiannual report on activities of the in-               and Exchange Commission, transmitting the
the consolidated report for fiscal year 1996,          spector general for the period of April 1, 1996,         Commission’s semiannual report on the ac-
pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 3512(c)(3); to the Com-          through September 30, 1996, and the manage-              tivities of the inspector general together
mittee on Government Reform and Over-                  ment response for the same period, pursuant              with the management response, pursuant to
sight.                                                 to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b);          5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to
  425. A letter from the Executive Director,           to the Committee on Government Reform                    the Committee on Government Reform and
Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation,                 and Oversight.                                           Oversight.
transmitting the Corporation’s annual re-                437. A letter from the Director, Office of               448. A letter from the Director, Selective
port under the Inspector General Act, pursu-           Personnel Management, transmitting notifi-               Service System, transmitting the annual re-
ant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section          cation of a proposed OPM demonstration                   port under the Federal Managers’ Financial
5(b); to the Committee on Government Re-               project—pay for applied skills system, De-               Integrity Act for fiscal year 1996, pursuant to
form and Oversight.                                    partment of Veterans Affairs [VA]; notice,               31 U.S.C. 3512(c)(3); to the Committee on
  426. A letter from the Chairman, Nuclear             pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 4703(b)(4)(B); to the               Government Reform and Oversight.
Waste Technical Review Board, transmitting             Committee on Government Reform and                         449. A letter from the Secretary, Smithso-
the Board’s consolidated report under the In-          Oversight.                                               nian Institution, transmitting the semi-
spector General Act of 1978, as amended, and             438. A letter from the Director, Office of             annual report on the activities of the Office
the Financial Integrity Act, pursuant to 5             Personnel Management, transmitting a re-                 of the Inspector General for the period of
U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to          port on any benefit changes that will have a             April 1, 1996, through September 30, 1996, and
the Committee on Government Reform and                 significant impact on a broad segment of the             the management response for the same pe-
Oversight.                                             enrollees in the FEHB program; to the Com-               riod, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen.
  427. A letter from the Director, Office of           mittee on Government Reform and Over-                    Act) section 5(b); to the Committee on Gov-
Government Ethics, transmitting the con-               sight.                                                   ernment Reform and Oversight.
solidated annual report of the Office of Gov-            439. A letter from the Special Counsel, Of-              450. A letter from the Executive Director,
ernment Ethics covering the Inspector Gen-             fice of Special Counsel, transmitting the fis-           State Justice Institute, transmitting the In-
eral Act of 1978 and the Federal Financial             cal year 1996 reports of the U.S. Office of              stitute’s annual report, pursuant to 31 U.S.C.
Managers’ Integrity Act of 1982, pursuant to           Special Counsel required by the Managers’                3512(c)(3); to the Committee on Government
31 U.S.C. 3512(c)(3); to the Committee on              Financial Integrity Act, pursuant to 31                  Reform and Oversight.
Government Reform and Oversight.                       U.S.C. 3512(c)(3); to the Committee on Gov-                451. A letter from the Director, The Morris
  428. A letter from the Independent Counsel,          ernment Reform and Oversight.                            K. Udall Foundation, transmitting the an-
Office of Independent Counsel, transmitting              440. A letter from the President and Chief             nual report for the year ending September
the annual report on audit and investigative           Executive Officer, Overseas Private Invest-              30, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen.
activities, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp.           ment Corporation, transmitting the Corpora-              Act) section 5(b); to the Committee on Gov-
Gen. Act) section 5(b); to the Committee on            tion’s eight annual report in compliance                 ernment Reform and Oversight.
Government Reform and Oversight.                       with the Inspector General Act Amendments                  452. A letter from the Chairman, U.S.
  429. A letter from the Deputy Independent            of 1988, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen.           Equal Employment Opportunity Commis-
Counsel, Office of Independent Counsel,                Act) section 5(b); to the Committee on Gov-              sion, transmitting the Commission’s semi-
transmitting the annual report on audit and            ernment Reform and Oversight.                            annual report on the activities of the Office
investigative activities, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.           441. A letter from the Chairman, Board of              of Inspector General for the period ending
app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to the             Directors, Panama Canal Commission, trans-               September 30, 1996 and the statutorily re-
Committee on Government Reform and                     mitting the Commission’s semiannual report               quired management report for the same pe-
Oversight.                                             on the activities of the Office of the Inspec-           riod, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen.
  430. A letter from the Deputy Independent            tor General covering April 1, 1996, through              Act) section 5(b); to the Committee on Gov-
Counsel, Office of Independent Counsel,                September 30, 1996, and the management re-               ernment Reform and Oversight.
transmitting the annual report on audit and            port on financial action on audits with dis-               453. A letter from the Chairman, U.S. Merit
investigative activities, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.         allowed costs for the same period, pursuant              Systems Protection Board, transmitting the
app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to the             to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b);          Board’s annual report, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
Committee on Government Reform and                     to the Committee on Government Reform                    app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to the
Oversight.                                             and Oversight.                                           Committee on Government Reform and
  431. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-            442. A letter from the Chairman, Postal                Oversight.
fice of Management and Budget, transmit-               Rate Commission, transmitting the Commis-                  454. A letter from the Director, U.S. Trade
ting a report entitled ‘‘Statistical Programs          sion’s semiannual report in accordance with              and Development Agency, transmitting the
of the United States Government: Fiscal                the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amend-             Agency’s annual report, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
Year 1997.’’ pursuant to 44 U.S.C. 3504(e)(2);         ed, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act)           app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to the
to the Committee on Government Reform                  section 5(b); to the Committee on Govern-                Committee on Government Reform and
and Oversight.                                         ment Reform and Oversight.                               Oversight.
  432. A letter from the Deputy Director, Of-            443. A letter from the Chairman, Railroad                455. A letter from the Staff Director, U.S.
fice of Personnel Management, transmitting             Retirement Board, transmitting the Board’s               Commission on Civil Rights, transmitting


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1997                                               HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                            T 1.46
the Commission’s annual report on its com-               467. A letter from the Assistant Secretary               477. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-
pliance with the Inspector General Act of              for Fish and Wildlife and Plants, Department             fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-
1978 pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen.             of the Interior, transmitting the Depart-                rine Fisheries Service, transmitting the
Act) section 5(b); to the Committee on Gov-            ment’s final rule—Endangered and Threat-                 Service’s final rule—Fisheries of the Exclu-
ernment Reform and Oversight.                          ened Wildlife and Plants: Establishment of a             sive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Record-
  456. A letter from the Chairman, U.S. Con-           Nonessential Experimental Population of                  keeping and Reporting Requirements in the
sumer Product Safety Commission, trans-                California Condors in Northern Arizona (Fish             Gulf of Alaska [Docket No. 960129018–6018–01;
mitting the Commission’s semiannual report             and Wildlife Service) (RIN: 1018–AD62) re-               I.D. 093096D] received October 8, 1996, pursu-
on the activities of the Office of Inspector           ceived October 14, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
General for the period April 1, 1996 through           801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Resources.             on Resources.
September 30, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app.            468. A letter from the Assistant Secretary               478. A letter from the Director, Office of
(Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to the Com-             for Land and Minerals Management, Depart-                Sustainable Fisheries, National Marine Fish-
mittee on Government Reform and Over-                  ment of the Interior, transmitting the De-               eries Service, transmitting the Service’s
sight.                                                 partment’s final rule—Oil and Gas and Sul-               final rule—Fisheries Off West Coast States
  457. A letter from the Acting Museum Di-             phur Operations in the Outer Continental                 and in the Western Pacific; Pacific Coast
rector, U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum,                Shelf (RIN: 1010–AC03) received November 8,              Groundfish Fishery; Nontrawl Sablefish
transmitting the consolidated report on ac-            1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          Mop-Up Fishery [Docket No. 951227306–5306–
countability and proper management of Fed-             Committee on Resources.                                  01; I.D. 092596B] received October 8, 1996, pur-
eral resources as required by the Inspector              469. A letter from the Assistant Secretary             suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
General Act and the Federal Financial Man-             for Land and Minerals Management, Depart-                mittee on Resources.
ager’s Integrity Act, pursuant to 31 U.S.C.            ment of the Interior, transmitting the De-                 479. A letter from the Director, Office of
3512(c)(3); to the Committee on Government             partment’s final rule—Outer Continental                  Sustainable Fisheries, National Marine Fish-
Reform and Oversight.                                  Shelf Lease Terms (RIN: 1010–AC15) received              eries Service, transmitting the Service’s
  458. A letter from the Director, U.S. Infor-         October 25, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   final rule—Fisheries of the Exclusive Eco-
mation Agency, transmitting the semi-                  801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Resources.             nomic Zone Off Alaska; Reallocation of Pa-
annual report on activities of the Inspector             470. A letter from the Assistant Secretary             cific Cod [Docket No. 960129019–6019–01; I.D.
General for the period April 1, 1996, through          for Land and Minerals Management, Depart-                081696B] received October 8, 1996, pursuant to
September 30, 1996, also the management re-            ment of the Interior, transmitting the De-               5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
port for the same period, pursuant to 5                partment’s final rule—Allow Lessees More                 Resources.
U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to          Flexibility in Keeping Leases in Force Be-                 480. A letter from the Director, Office of
the Committee on Government Reform and                 yond Their Primary Term (RIN: 1010–AC07)                 Sustainable Fisheries, National Marine Fish-
Oversight.                                             received October 25, 1996, pursuant to 5                 eries Service, transmitting the Service’s
  459. A letter from the Inspector General             U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Re-             final rule—Fisheries of the Exclusive Eco-
U.S. Information Agency, transmitting ac-              sources.                                                 nomic Zone Off Alaska; North Pacific Fish-
tivities of the inspector general, pursuant to           471. A letter from the Acting Assistant                eries Research Plan; Interim Groundfish Ob-
5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to        Secretary for Land and Minerals Manage-                  server Program [Docket No. 960717195–6280–02;
the Committee on Government Reform and                 ment, Department of the Interior, transmit-              I.D. 070196E] (RIN: 0648–AI95) received Octo-
Oversight.                                             ting the Department’s final rule—Grazing                 ber 31, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);
  460. A letter from the Chairman, U.S.                Administration, Exclusive of Alaska; Devel-              to the Committee on Resources.
International Trade Commission, transmit-              opment and Completion of Standards and                     481. A letter from the Assistant Adminis-
ting the Commission’s semiannual report on                                                                      trator for Fisheries, National Marine Fish-
                                                       Guidelines; Implementation of Fallback
the activities of the inspector general for the                                                                 eries Service, transmitting the Service’s
                                                       Standards and Guidelines [WO–330–1020–00–
                                                                                                                final rule—Fisheries of the Northeastern
period April 1, 1996 through September 30,             24–1A] (RIN: 1004–AB89) received November
                                                                                                                United States; Northeast Multispecies Fish-
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen.            22, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to
                                                                                                                ery; Framework Adjustment 19 [Docket No.
Act) section 5(b); to the Committee on Gov-            the Committee on Resources.
                                                         472. A letter from the Assistant Secretary             961021289–6289–01; I.D. 100196C] (RIN: 0648–
ernment Reform and Oversight.
  461. A letter from the Director, Woodrow             for Water and Science, Department of the In-             AJ26) received October 29, 1996, pursuant to 5
Wilson Center, transmitting the Center’s an-           terior, transmitting the Department’s final              U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Re-
                                                                                                                sources.
nual report for fiscal year 1996, pursuant to 5        rule—Acreage Limitation and Water Con-
                                                                                                                  482. A letter from the Acting Assistant Ad-
U.S.C. app. (Insp. Gen. Act) section 5(b); to          servation Rules and Regulations (Bureau of
                                                                                                                ministrator for Fisheries, National Marine
the Committee on Government Reform and                 Reclamation) (RIN: 1006–AA32) received De-               Fisheries Service, transmitting the Service’s
Oversight.                                             cember 11, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                    final rule—West Coast Salmon Fisheries;
  462. A letter from the Librarian of Con-             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Resources.             Northwest Emergency Assistance Plan—
gress, transmitting the annual report of the             473. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
                                                                                                                Washington Salmon License Buy Out [Dock-
Library of Congress Trust Fund Board for               partment of Housing and Urban Development
                                                                                                                et No. 960412111–6297–04; I.D. 102396C] received
the fiscal year ending September 30, 1995,             transmitting the Department’s final rule—
                                                                                                                November 1, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
pursuant to 2 U.S.C. 163; to the Committee             Protection and Enhancement of Environ-
                                                                                                                801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Resources.
on House Oversight.                                    mental Quality [Docket No. FR–2206–F–03]                   483. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-
  463. A letter from the Secretary of Health           (RIN: 2501–AA30) received October 15, 1996,              fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-
and Human Services, transmitting the De-               pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           rine Fisheries Service, transmitting the
partment’s final rule—Medicaid Administra-             mittee on Resources.                                     Service’s final rule—Fisheries of the Exclu-
tion for Children and Families (45 CFR Part              474. A letter from the Acting Director, Fish           sive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Yellowfin
205.50); Aid to families with Dependent Chil-          and Wildlife Service, transmitting the Serv-             Sole by Vessels Using Trawl Gear in the
dren (RIN: 0970–AB32) received November 15,            ice’s final rule—Endangered and Threatened               Bearing Sea and Aleutian Islands [Docket
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        Wildlife and Plants; Listing of the Central              No. 960129019–6019–01; I.D. 102596A] received
Committee on House Oversight.                          California Coast Coho Salmon as Threatened               October 31, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
  464. A letter from the Deputy Under Sec-             in California (RIN: 1018–AE05) received No-              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Resources.
retary for Natural Resources and Environ-              vember 19, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                      484. A letter from the Deputy Assistant Ad-
ment, Department of Agriculture, transmit-             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Resources.             ministrator for Fisheries, National Marine
ting notification of the intention to accept a           475. A letter from the Assistant Adminis-              Fisheries Service, transmitting the Service’s
90-acre land donation to be added to wilder-           trator for Fisheries, National Marine Fish-              final rule—Fisheries of the Northeastern
ness areas, pursuant to 16 U.S.C. 1135(a); to          eries Service, transmitting the Service’s                United States; Amendment 8 to the Summer
the Committee on Resources.                            final rule—Endangered and Threatened Spe-                Flounder and Scup Fishery Management
  465. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           cies; Threatened Status for Central Cali-                Plan; Resubmission of Disapproved Measures
of the Interior for Indian Affairs, transmit-          fornia Coast Coho Salmon Evolutionarily                  [Docket No. 960520141–6277–04; I.D. 073096D]
ting a proposed plan for the use and distribu-         Significant     Unit   (ESU)     [Docket    No.          (RIN: 0648–AH05) received October 29, 1996,
tion of the White Mountain Apache Tribe’s              950407093–6298–03; I.D. 012595A] received No-            pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
(Tribe) judgment funds in Docket 22–H, be-             vember 13, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                    mittee on Resources.
fore the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, pursu-          801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Resources.               485. A letter from the Director, Office of
ant to 25 U.S.C. 1402(a) and 1404; to the Com-           476. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-            Sustainable Fisheries, National Marine Fish-
mittee on Resources.                                   fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-              eries Service, transmitting the Service’s
  466. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           rine Fisheries Service, transmitting the                 final rule—Fisheries of the Exclusive Eco-
for Fish and Wildlife and Parks, Department            Service’s final rule—Fisheries Off West Coast            nomic Zone Off Alaska; Pacific Ocean Perch
of the Interior, transmitting the Depart-              States and in the Western Pacific; Pacific               in the Eastern Gulf of Alaska [Docket No.
ment’s final rule—National Park System                 Coast Groundfish Fishery; Trip Limit Reduc-              960129018–6018–01; I.D. 093096A] received Octo-
Units in Alaska (National Park Service)                tions [Docket No. 951227306–5306–01; I.D.                ber 8, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);
(RIN: 1024–AC19) received October 15, 1996,            102996A] received November 5, 1996, pursuant             to the Committee on Resources.
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on              486. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-
mittee on Resources.                                   Resources.                                               fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-


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T 1.46                                                          JOURNAL OF THE                                                                 JANUARY 7
rine Fisheries Service, transmitting the               rine Fisheries Service, transmitting the                   505. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-
Service’s final rule—Fisheries of the Exclu-           Service’s final rule—Fisheries of the Exclu-             fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-
sive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Yellowfin               sive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Record-                   rines Fisheries Service, transmitting the
Sole by Vessels Using Trawl Gear in the                keeping and Reporting Requirements; Pa-                  Service’s final rule—Fisheries of the Exclu-
Bearing Sea and Aleutian Islands [Docket               cific Ocean Perch and ‘‘Other Red Rockfish’’             sive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Tanner Crab
No. 960129019–6019–01; I.D. 100196B] received          in the Bering Sea Subarea [Docket No.                    Bycatch Allowances for Vessels Using Trawl
October 8, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                  960129019–6019–01; I.D. 100296G] received Octo-          Gear in Zone 1 of the Bering Sea and Aleu-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Resources.           ber 22, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);         tian Islands [Docket No. 960129019–6019–01;
  487. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-          to the Committee on Resources.                           I.D. 110186A] received November 26, 1996, pur-
fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-              497. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-            suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
rine Fisheries Service, transmitting the               fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-              mittee on Resources.
Service’s final rule—Atlantic Tuna Fish-               rine Fisheries Service, transmitting the                   506. A letter from the Director, Office of
eries; Adjustments [I.D. 100296D] received Oc-         Service’s final rule—Fisheries of the Exclu-             Sustainable Fisheries, National Marines
tober 15, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   sive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Inshore                   Fisheries Service, transmitting the Service’s
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Resources.           Component of Pollock in the Bering Sea                   final rule—Fisheries of the Exclusive Eco-
  488. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-          Subarea [Docket No. 960129019–6019–01; I.D.              nomic Zone Off Alaska; Pacific Cod by Ves-
fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-            101596F] received October 22, 1996, pursuant             sels Using Hook-and-Line Gear in the Bering
rine Fisheries Service, transmitting the               to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on            Sea and Aleutian Islands [Docket No.
Service’s final rule—Fisheries of the Exclu-           Resources.                                               960129019–6019–01; I.D. 110496B] received No-
sive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Pollock in                498. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-            vember 26, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
Statistical Area 620 [Docket No. 960129018–            fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Resources.
6018–01; I.D. 093096B] received October 22,            rine Fisheries Service, transmitting the                   507. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        Service’s final rule—Fisheries of the Exclu-             fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-
Committee on Resources.                                sive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Offshore                  rines Fisheries Service, transmitting the
  489. A letter from the Director, Office of           Component of Pollock in the Bering Sea                   Service’s final rule—Fisheries of the Exclu-
Sustainable Fisheries, National Marine Fish-           Subarea [Docket No. 960129019–6019–01; I.D.              sive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Scallop
eries Service, transmitting the Service’s              101696B] received October 22, 1996, pursuant             Fishery; Closure in Registration Area M
final rule—Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Disaster           to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on            [Docket No. 960502124–6190–02; I.D. 103196D]
Program; Revisions [Docket No. 960322092–              Resources.                                               received November 26, 1996, pursuant to 5
6284–03; I.D. 100796A] (RIN: 0648–ZA19) re-              499. A letter from the Deputy Assistant Ad-            U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Re-
ceived October 28, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.          ministrator for Fisheries, National Marine               sources.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Resources.           Fisheries Service, transmitting the Service’s              508. A letter from the Assistant Adminis-
  490. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-          final rule—Fisheries of the Northeastern                 trator, National Ocean Service, transmitting
fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-            United States; Amendment 9 to the Summer                 the Service’s final rule—Announcement of
rine Fisheries Service, transmitting the               Flounder, Scup, and Black Sea Bass Fishery               Graduate Research Fellowships in the Na-
Service’s final rule—Fisheries of the Exclu-           Management Plan [Docket No. 960805216–                   tional Estuarine Research Reserve System
sive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Trawl Gear              6307–03; I.D. 071596E] (RIN: 0648–AH06) re-              for Fiscal Year 1997 [Docket No. 960910251–
Rockfish Fishery in the Bering Sea and
                                                       ceived November 19, 1996, pursuant to 5                  6251–01] RIN: 0648–ZA24) received October 10,
Aleutian Islands [Docket No. 960129019–6019–
                                                       U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Re-             1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
01; I.D. 100796C] received October 22, 1996,
                                                       sources.                                                 Committee on Resources.
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           500. A letter from the Assistant Adminis-                509. A letter from the Acting Assistant Ad-
mittee on Resources.                                   trator for Fisheries, National Marine Fish-              ministrator for Fisheries, National Oceanic
  491. A letter from the Director, Office of
                                                       eries Service, transmitting the Service’s                and Atmospheric Administration, transmit-
Sustainable Fisheries, National Marine Fish-
                                                       final rule—Fisheries of the Northeastern                 ting the Administration’s final rule—Fish-
eries Service, transmitting the Service’s
                                                       United States; Northeast Multispecies Fish-              eries of the Exclusive Economic Zone off
final rule—Fisheries of the Exclusive Eco-
                                                       ery; Monkfish Exempted Trawl Fishery                     Alaska; Bering Sea and Aleutian Islands
nomic Zone Off Alaska; Northern Rockfish in
                                                       [Docket No. 961008281–6281–01; I.D. 091896B]             Area; Interim 1997 Harvest Specifications
the Western Gulf of Alaska [Docket No.
960129018–6018–01; I.D. 100496B] received Octo-        (RIN: 0648–AJ25) received October 17, 1996,              [Docket No. 961114318–6318–01; ID 110496A]
ber 22, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);       pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           (RIN: 0648–XX71) received December 12, 1996,
to the Committee on Resources.                         mittee on Resources.                                     pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
  492. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-            501. A letter from the Assistant Adminis-              mittee on Resources.
fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-            trator for Fisheries, National Marine Fish-                510. A letter from the Director, Office of
rine Fisheries Service, transmitting the               eries Service, transmitting the Service’s                Sustainable Fisheries, National Oceanic and
Service’s final rule—Fisheries of the Exclu-           final rule—Fisheries of the Exclusive Eco-               Atmospheric Administration, transmitting
sive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Pollock in              nomic Zone Off Alaska; Gulf of Alaska; In-               the Administration’s final rule—Fisheries of
Statistical Area 620 [Docket No. 960129018–            terim 1997 Harvest Specifications [Docket                the Exclusive Economic Zone Off Alaska;
6018–01; I.D. 101896A] received October 22,            No. 961126333–6333–01; ID 110496A] (RIN: 0648–           Scallop Fishery; Closure in District 16 of
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        XX73) received December 6, 1996, pursuant to             Registration Area D [Docket No. 960502124–
Committee on Resources.                                5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               6190–02; ID 112796B] received December 10,
  493. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-          Resources.                                               1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-              502. A letter from the Director, Office of             Committee on Resources.
rine Fisheries Service, transmitting the               sustainable Fisheries, National Marine Fish-               511. A letter from the Acting Deputy As-
Service’s final rule—Fisheries of the Carib-           eries Service, transmitting the Service’s                sistant Administrator, National Oceanic and
bean, Gulf of Mexico, and South Atlantic;              final rule—Fisheries of the Exclusive Eco-               Atmospheric Administration, transmitting
Reef Fish Fishery of the Gulf of Mexico; Clo-          nomic Zone Off Alaska; Trawl Gear in the                 the Administration’s final rule—Regulation
sure of the Commercial Red Snapper Compo-              Gulf of Alaska [Docket No. 960129018–6018–01,            to Prohibit the Attraction of White Sharks
nent [Docket No. 960807218–6244–02; I.D.               ID 120296A] received December 6, 1996, pursu-            in the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanc-
100296E] received October 22, 1996, pursuant           ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           tuary [Docket No. 950222055–6228–03] (RIN:
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on          on Resources.                                            0648–AH92) received December 18, 1996, pursu-
Resources.                                               503. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-            ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
  494. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-          fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-              on Resources.
fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-            rines Fisheries Service, transmitting the                  512. A letter from the Acting Assistant Ad-
rine Fisheries Service, transmitting the               Service’s final rule—Scallop Fishery Off                 ministrator for Fisheries, National Oceanic
Service’s final rule—Fisheries of the Exclu-           Alaska; Shelikof District Registration Area              and Atmospheric Administration, transmit-
sive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Greenland               K [Docket No. 960129018–6018–01; I.D. 102996B]           ting the Administration’s final rule—Fish-
Turbot in the Bering Sea Subarea [Docket               received October 31, 1996, pursuant to 5                 eries of the Exclusive Economic Zone Off
No. 960129019–6019–01; I.D. 100296H] received          U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Re-             Alaska; Groundfish of the Bering Sea and
October 22, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                 sources.                                                 Aleutian Islands Area; Trawl Closure to Pro-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Resources.             504. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-            tect Red King Crab [Docket No. 9608–30240–
  495. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-          fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-              6338–02; ID 082796A] (RIN: 0648–AH28) received
fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-            rines Fisheries Service, transmitting the                December 13, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
rine Fisheries Service, transmitting the               Service’s final rule—Fisheries of the Exclu-             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Resources.
Service’s final rule—Fraser River Sockeye              sive Economic Zone Off Alaska; Pacific Cod                 513. A letter from the Acting Deputy As-
and Pink Salmon Fisheries; Inseason Orders             by Vessels Using Trawl Gear in the Bering                sistant Administrator for Fisheries, National
[I.D. 101696A] received October 22, 1996, pur-         Sea and Aleutian Islands Management Area                 Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,
suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-            [Docket No. 960129019–6019–01; I.D. 110896C] re-         transmitting the Administration’s final
mittee on Resources.                                   ceived November 26, 1996, pursuant to 5                  rule—Fisheries of the Caribbean, Gulf of
  496. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-          U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Re-             Mexico, and South Atlantic; Queen Conch
fice of Sustainable Fisheries, National Ma-            sources.                                                 Resources of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin


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1997                                               HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                            T 1.46
Islands; Initial Regulations [Docket No.               copy of the final report of the Commission               2478] received December 3, 1996, pursuant to 5
960919266–6336–02; ID 082096D] (RIN: 0648–             on Child and Family Welfare, pursuant to                 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on the
AD91) received December 17, 1996, pursuant             Public Law 102–521, section 5(i) (106 Stat.              Judiciary.
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on          3407); to the Committee on the Judiciary.                  535. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
Resources.                                               526. A letter from the Acting Executive Di-            partment of Transportation, transmitting
  514. A letter from the Acting Assistant Ad-          rector, Commodity Futures Trading Com-                   the Department’s final rule—Seaway Regula-
ministrator for Fisheries, National Oceanic            mission, transmitting the Commission’s                   tions and Rules: Inflation Adjustment of
and Atmospheric Administration, transmit-              final rule—Adjustment of Civil Monetary                  Civil Monetary Penalty (RIN: 2135–AA09) re-
ting the Administration’s final rule—Fish-             Penalties for Inflation (17 CFR Part 143) re-            ceived October 24, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
eries of the Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, and            ceived October 25, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on the Judici-
South Atlantic; Reef Fish Fishery of the               801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on the Judici-            ary.
Gulf of Mexico; Amendment 12 [Docket No.               ary.                                                       536. A letter from the Director, Office of
950810206–6288–06; ID 070296D] (RIN: 0648–               527. A letter from the Chief Counsel, Office           Regulations Management, Department of
AG29) received December 17, 1996, pursuant             of Foreign Assets Control, Department of the             Veterans Affairs, transmitting the Depart-
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on          Treasury, transmitting the Department’s                  ment’s final rule—Federal Civil Penalties In-
Resources.                                             final rule—Foreign Assets Control Regula-                flation Adjustment (RIN: 2900–AI48) received
  515. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-          tions, Cuban Assets Control Regulations,                 October 30, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
fice of Surface Mining, transmitting the Of-           Iranian Assets Control Regulations, Libyan               801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on the Judici-
fice’s final rule—Indiana Regulatory Pro-              Sanctions Regulations, Iranian Transactions              ary.
gram [IN–119–FOR; State Amendment No. 94–              Regulations, Iraqi Sanctions Regulations;                  537. A letter from the Chairman and Chief
5] received October 23, 1996, pursuant to 5            Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (Serbia and               Executive Officer, Farm Credit Administra-
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Re-           Montenegro) and Bosnian Serb-Controlled                  tion, transmitting the Administration’s final
sources.                                               Areas of the Republic of Bosnia and                      rule—Rules of Practice and Procedure; Ad-
  516. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-          Herzegovina Sanctions Regulations, UNITA                 justing Civil Money Penalties for Inflation
fice of Surface Mining, transmitting the Of-           (Angola) Sanctions Regulations, Terrorism                (RIN: 3052–AB74) received October 29, 1996,
fice’s final rule—Ohio Regulatory Program              Sanctions Regulations, Implementation of                 pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
[OH–237; Amendment No. 71] received Octo-              Section 4 of the Federal Civil Penalties In-             mittee on the Judiciary.
                                                                                                                  538. A letter from the Director, Federal Bu-
ber 23, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);       flation Adjustment Act of 1990, as amended
                                                                                                                reau of Prisons, transmitting the Bureau’s
to the Committee on Resources.                         by the Debt Collection Improvement Act of
  517. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-                                                                   final rule—Federal Prison Industries (FPI)
                                                       1996 (31 CFR Parts 500, 515, 535, 550, 560, 575,
fice of Surface Mining, transmitting the Of-                                                                    Inmate Work Programs: Sick Call Status
                                                       585, 590 and 595) received October 17, 1996,
fice’s final rule—Colorado Regulatory Pro-                                                                      [BOP–1060–F] (RIN: 1120–AA50) received No-
                                                       pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
                                                                                                                vember 19, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
gram [SPATS No. CO–030–FOR] received No-               mittee on the Judiciary.
                                                                                                                801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on the Judici-
vember 15, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                    528. A letter from the Acting Chief Finan-
                                                                                                                ary.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Resources.           cial Officer and Assistant Secretary for Ad-               539. A letter from the Director, Federal Bu-
  518. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-          ministration, Department of Commerce,                    reau of Prisons, transmitting the Bureau’s
fice of Surface Mining Reclamation and En-             transmitting the Department’s final rule—                final rule—Incoming Publications: Nudity
forcement, transmitting the Office’s final             Civil Monetary Penalties; Adjustment for In-             and Sexual Explicit Material or Information
rule—Kentucky Regulatory Program [KY–                  flation [Docket No. 961021291–6291–01] (RIN:             [BOP–1064–I] (RIN: 1120–AA59) received No-
208–FOR] received December 12, 1996, pursu-            0690–AA27) received October 21, 1996, pursu-             vember 12, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee         ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on the Judici-
on Resources.                                          on the Judiciary.                                        ary.
  519. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-            529. A letter from the Assistant Secretary               540. A letter from the Director, Federal Bu-
fice of Surface Mining Reclamation and En-             of Commerce and Commissioner of Patents                  reau of Prisons, transmitting the Bureau’s
forcement, transmitting the Office’s final             and Trademarks, Department of Commerce,                  final rule—Unescorted Transfers and Vol-
rule—Oklahoma         Regulatory       Program         transmitting the Department’s final rule—                untary Surrenders [BOP–1041–F] (RIN: 1120–
[SPATS No. OK–019–FOR] received December               Communications with the Patent and Trade-                AA45) received December 16, 1996, pursuant
16, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to        mark Office [Docket No. 951006247–6255–02]               to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
the Committee on Resources.                            (RIN: 0651–AA70) received October 29, 1996,              the Judiciary.
  520. A letter from the Acting Director, Of-          pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-             541. A letter from the Director, Office of
fice of Surface Mining Reclamation and En-             mittee on the Judiciary.                                 Legislative Affairs, Federal Deposit Insur-
forcement, transmitting the Office’s final               530. A letter from the Assistant Attorney              ance Corporation, transmitting the Corpora-
rule—Texas Regulatory Program [SPATS                   General, Civil Rights Division, Department               tion’s final rule—Rules of Practice and Pro-
No. TX–031–FOR] received December 16, 1996,            of Justice, transmitting the Department’s                cedure (12 CFR Part 308) received November
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         final rule—Redress Provisions for Persons of             13, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to
mittee on Resources.                                   Japanese Ancestry: Guidelines for Individ-               the Committee on the Judiciary.
  521. A letter from the Secretary of Com-             uals Who Relocated to Japan as Minors Dur-                 542. A letter from the Secretary, Federal
merce, transmitting the Department’s report            ing World War II [AG Order No. 2056–96] (RIN:            Trade Commission, transmitting the Com-
entitled ‘‘Historic Rationale, Effectiveness           1190–AA42) received October 29, 1996, pursu-             mission’s 17th annual report to Congress pur-
and Biological Efficiency of Existing Regula-          ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           suant to section 201 of the Hart-Scott-Rodino
tions for the U.S. Atlantic Bluefin Tuna               on the Judiciary.                                        Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976, pursu-
Fisheries.’’, pursuant to section 310 of Public          531. A letter from the Assistant Attorney              ant to 15 U.S.C. 18a(j); to the Committee on
Law 104–43, the Fisheries Act of 1995; to the          General, Department of Justice, transmit-                the Judiciary.
Committee on Resources.                                ting the Department’s final rule—Grants                    543. A letter from the Secretary, Federal
  522. A letter from the Assistant Attorney            Program for Indian Tribes [OJP No. 1099]                 Trade Commission, transmitting the Com-
General, Department of Justice, transmit-              (RIN: 1121–AA41) received October 9, 1996,               mission’s final rule—Debt Collection Im-
ting the report on the administration of the           pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           provement Act of 1996 (16 CFR Parts 1, 305,
Foreign Agents Registration Act covering               mittee on the Judiciary.                                 306, and 460) received November 13, 1996, pur-
the calendar year 1995, pursuant to 22 U.S.C.            532. A letter from the Director, Office for            suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
621; to the Committee on the Judiciary.                Victims of Crime, Department of Justice,                 mittee on the Judiciary.
  523. A letter from the Assistant to the              transmitting a report on the programs and                  544. A letter from the Commissioner, Immi-
Board, Board of Governors of the Federal Re-           activities of the Department’s Office of                 gration and Naturalization Service, trans-
serve System, transmitting the Board’s final           Crime (OVC), pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 10601 et              mitting the Service’s final rule—Revocation
rule—Rules of Practice for Hearings [Docket            seq.; to the Committee on the Judiciary.                 of Naturalization [INS No. 1634–93] (RIN:
No. R–0938] received October 30, 1996, pursu-            533. A letter from the Assistant Secretary             1115–AD45) received November 1, 1996, pursu-
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee         for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,            ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
on the Judiciary.                                      transmitting the Department’s final rule—                on the Judiciary.
  524. A letter from the Regulatory Policy             Visas: Regulations Pertaining to Both Non-                 545. A letter from the Commissioner, Immi-
Officer, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and                immigrants and Immigrants Under the Im-                  gration and Naturalization Service, trans-
Firearms, transmitting the Bureau’s final              migration and Nationality Act, as amended                mitting the Service’s final rule—Establish-
rule—Implementation of Debt Collection Im-             [Public Notice 2463] received November 6,                ment of a Dedicated Commuter Lane (DCL)
provement Act of 1996 With Respect to the              1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          System Costs Fee for Participation in the
Civil Penalties Provision of the Alcohol Bev-          Committee on the Judiciary.                              Port      Passenger     Accelerated     Service
erage Labeling Act of 1988 (96R–023P) (RIN:              534. A letter from the Assistant Secretary             (PORTPASS) Program [Docket No. 1794–96]
1512–AB62) received November 5, 1996, pursu-           for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,            (RIN: 1115–AD82) received October 15, 1996,
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee         transmitting the Department’s final rule—                pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
on the Judiciary.                                      Documentation of Immigrants under the Im-                mittee on the Judiciary.
  525. A letter from the Chair, Commission             migration and Nationality Act, as Amended                  546. A letter from the Commissioner, Immi-
on Child and Family Welfare, transmitting a            (Bureau of Consular Affairs) [Public Notice              gration and Naturalization Service, trans-


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T 1.46                                                          JOURNAL OF THE                                                                 JANUARY 7
mitting the Service’s final rule—Collection            the Army, transmitting a copy of ‘‘Ramapo                  567. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
of Fees Under the Dedicated Commuter Lane              River at Oakland, New Jersey Flood Protec-               partment of Transportation, transmitting
Program; Port Passenger Accelerated Serv-              tion Project,’’ to the Committee on Trans-               the Department’s final rule—Amendment to
ice (PORTPASS) Program [Docket No. 1675–               portation and Infrastructure.                            Class E Airspace, Lee’s Summit, MO (Fed-
94] (RIN: 1115–AD82) received October 15, 1996,          558. A letter from the Assistant Secretary             eral Aviation Administration) [Docket No.
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         of the Army (Civil Works), Department of                 96–ACE–15] received November 5, 1996, pursu-
mittee on the Judiciary.                               the Army, transmitting the Department’s                  ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
  547. A letter from the Commissioner, Immi-           final rule—St. Mary’s Falls Canal and Locks,             on Transportation and Infrastructure.
gration and Naturalization Service, trans-             Michigan; Use, Administration, and Naviga-                 568. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
mitting the Service’s final rule—Adjustment            tion (33 CFR Part 207) received October 17,              partment of Transportation, transmitting
of Status to That of Person Admitted for               1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          the Department’s final rule—Amendment to
Permanent Residence: Interview [INS Dock-              Committee on Transportation and Infra-                   Class E Airspace, Hays, KS (Federal Aviation
et No. 1373–95] (RIN: 1115–AD12) received De-          structure.                                               Administration) [Docket No. 96–ACE–16] re-
cember 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                     559. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            ceived November 5, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on the Judici-          partment of Transportation, transmitting                 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
ary.                                                   the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                tation and Infrastructure.
  548. A letter from the Director, Office of           Directives; Cessna Model 560 Series Airplanes              569. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
Congressional Affairs, Nuclear Regulatory              (Federal Aviation Administration) [Docket                partment of Transportation, transmitting
Commission, transmitting the Commission’s              No. 96–NM–267–AD, Amdt. 39–9844, AD 96–24–               the Department’s final rule—Establishment
final rule—Adjustment of Civil Monetary                06] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received December 6,                of Class E Airspace, Murrieta/Temecula, CA
Penalties for Inflation (RIN: 3150–AF37) re-           1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          (Federal Aviation Administration) [Docket
ceived October 10, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.          Committee on Transportation and Infra-                   No. 96–AWP–2] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0161)
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on the Judici-          structure.                                               received November 5, 1996, pursuant to 5
ary.                                                     560. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
  549. A letter from the Deputy Director, Of-          partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Transportation and Infrastructure.
fice of Personnel Management, transmitting             the Department’s final rule—Amendment to                   570. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
the Office’s final rule—Voting Rights Pro-             Using Agency for Restricted Area 2202B (R–               partment of Transportation, transmitting
gram (RIN: 3206–AH69) received December 13,            2202B), Big Delta, AK (Federal Aviation Ad-              the Department’s final rule—Establishment
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        ministration) [Airspace Docket No. 96–AAL–               of Class E Airspace, Grundy, VA (Federal
Committee on the Judiciary.                            30], (RIN: 2120–AA66) received December 6,               Aviation Administration) (RIN: 2120–AA66)
  550. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          (1996–0160) received November 5, 1996, pursu-
of Commerce and Commissioner of Patents                Committee on Transportation and Infra-                   ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
and Trademarks, Patent and Trademark Of-               structure.                                               on Transportation and Infrastructure.
fice, transmitting the Office’s final rule—              561. A letter from the General Counsel, De-              571. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
Changes in Signature and Filing Require-               partment of Transportation, transmitting                 partment of Transportation, transmitting
ments for Correspondence Filed in the Pat-             the Department’s final rule—Standard In-
                                                                                                                the Department’s final rule—Amendment of
                                                       strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-
ent and Trademark Office [Docket No.                                                                            Class E Airspace, Tonopah, NV (Federal
                                                       neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-
961030301–6301–01] (RIN: 0651–AA55) received                                                                    Aviation Administration) (RIN: 2120–AA66)
                                                       ministration) [Docket No. 28739, Amdt. No.
December 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                                                                          (1996–0143) received October 10, 1996, pursuant
                                                       1768] (RIN: 2120–AA65) received December 6,
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on the Judici-                                                                   to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
                                                       1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
ary.                                                                                                            Transportation and Infrastructure.
  551. A letter from the Secretary of Health           Committee on Transportation and Infra-                     572. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
                                                       structure.
and Human Services, transmitting the De-                                                                        partment of Transportation, transmitting
                                                         562. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
partment’s final rule—Medicare and State                                                                        the Department’s final rule—Amendment to
                                                       partment of Transportation, transmitting
Health Care Programs and Program Fraud                 the Department’s final rule—Standard In-                 Class E Airspace, Knob Noster, MO (Federal
Civil Remedies: Fraud and Abuse; Civil                 strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-                  Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket
Money Penalties Inflation Adjustments                  neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-                   No. 96–ACE–17] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0165)
(RIN: 0991–AZ00) received October 14, 1996,            ministration) [Docket No. 28740, Amdt. No.               received November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         1769] (RIN: 2120–AA65) received December 6,              U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
mittee on the Judiciary.                               1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          Transportation and Infrastructure.
  552. A letter from the Secretary, Securities                                                                    573. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
                                                       Committee on Transportation and Infra-
and Exchange Commission, transmitting the              structure.                                               partment of Transportation, transmitting
Commission’s final rule—Adjustments to                   563. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            the Department’s final rule—Removal of
Civil Monetary Penalty Amounts [Release                partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Class E5 Airspace; Hemingway, SC (Federal
Nos. 33–7361; 34–37912; IC–22310; IA–1596] re-         the Department’s final rule—Standard In-                 Aviation Administration) [Docket No. 96–
ceived November 5, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.          strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-                  ASO–26] (RIN: 2120–AA66) received November
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on the Judici-          neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-                   14, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to
ary.                                                   ministration) [Docket No. 28738, Amdt. No.               the Committee on Transportation and Infra-
  553. A letter from the Adjutant General,             1767] (RIN: 2120–AA65) received December 6,              structure.
Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. trans-            1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the            574. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
mitting the financial audit for the fiscal             Committee on Transportation and Infra-                   partment of Transportation, transmitting
year ended August 31, 1996, together with the          structure.                                               the Department’s final rule—Amendment to
auditor’s opinion, pursuant to 36 U.S.C.                 564. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            Class E2 Airspace, London, KY (Federal
1101(47) and 1103; to the Committee on the             partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket
Judiciary.                                             the Department’s final rule—Establishment                No. 96–ASO)–14] (RIN: 2120–AA66) received
  554. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           of Class E Airspace; Groveland, CA (Federal              November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
for Civil Works, Department of the Army,               Aviation Administration) [Docket No. 96–                 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
transmitting the fourth report on a list of            AWP–10] received October 7, 1996, pursuant               tation and Infrastructure.
projects which have been authorized, but for           to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on              575. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
which no funds have been obligated during              Transportation and Infrastructure.                       partment of Transportation, transmitting
the preceding 10 full fiscal years, pursuant to          565. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            the Department’s final rule—Establishment
33 U.S.C. 579a; to the Committee on Trans-             partment of Transportation, transmitting                 of Class E Airspace; Weedsport, NY (Federal
portation and Infrastructure.                          the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket
  555. A letter from the Administrator, Fed-           Directives, LITEF GmbH Attitude Heading                  No. 96–AEA–06] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0171)
eral Aviation Administration, transmitting             System (AHRS) Unit Model LCR–92, LCR–                    received November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5
a report entitled ‘‘Increased Air Traffic over         92S, and LCR–92H (Federal Aviation Admin-                U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Grand Canyon National Park,’’ pursuant to              istration) (RIN: 2120–AA64) received October             Transportation and Infrastructure.
Public Law 102–581, section 134(b) (106 Stat.          29, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to            576. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
4888); to the Committee on Transportation              the Committee on Transportation and Infra-               partment of Transportation, transmitting
and Infrastructure.                                    structure.                                               the Department’s final rule—Establishment
  556. A letter from the Assistant Secretary             566. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            of Class E Airspace; Anvik, AK (Federal
of the Army for Civil Works, Department of             partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket
the Army, transmitting a draft of proposed             the Department’s final rule—Alteration of                No. 96–AAL–18] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0170)
legislation to modify the Oakland Inner Har-           VOR Federal Airways; LA (Federal Aviation                received November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5
bor, CA, navigation project; to the Com-               Administration) [Airspace Docket No. 94–                 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-               ASW–14] (RIN: 2120–AA66) received October                Transportation and Infrastructure.
ture.                                                  24, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to            577. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
  557. A letter from the Assistant Secretary           the Committee on Transportation and Infra-               partment of Transportation, transmitting
of the Army for Civil Works, Department of             structure.                                               the Department’s final rule—Establishment


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1997                                               HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                            T 1.46
of Class E Airspace; Selawik, AK (Federal                587. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket              partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Directives; HB Aircraft Industries AG Model
No. 96–AAL–12] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0169)            the Department’s final rule—Establishment                HB–23 2400 Hobbyliner/Scanliner Sailplanes
received November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5              of Class E Airspace; Wainwright, AK (Fed-                (Federal Aviation Administration) [Docket
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               eral Aviation Administration) [Airspace                  No. 95–CE–39–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received
Transportation and Infrastructure.                     Docket No. 96–AAL–11] (RIN: 2120–AA66)                   November 7, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
  578. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          (1996–0150) received October 21, 1996, pursuant          801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
partment of Transportation, transmitting               to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on            tation and Infrastructure.
the Department’s final rule—Revision of                Transportation and Infrastructure.                         597. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
Class E Airspace; Port Heiden, AK (Federal               588. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            partment of Transportation, transmitting
Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket              partment of Transportation, transmitting                 the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
No. 96–AAL–17] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0168)            the Department’s final rule—Revision of                  Directives; Jetstream Model 4100 Series Air-
received November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5              Class E Airspace; Homer, AK (Federal Avia-               planes (Federal Aviation Administration)
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               tion Administration) [Airspace Docket No.                [Docket No. 96–NM–68–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64)
Transportation and Infrastructure.                     96–AAL–13] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0149) re-              received November 7, 1996, pursuant to 5
  579. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          ceived October 21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
partment of Transportation, transmitting               801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-              Transportation and Infrastructure.
the Department’s final rule—Amendment to               tation and Infrastructure.                                 598. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
Class E Airspace, Knob Noster, MO (Federal               589. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            partment of Transportation, transmitting
Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket              partment of Transportation, transmitting                 the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
No. 96–ACE–12] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0167)            the Department’s final rule—Revision of                  Directives; McDonnell Douglas Model DC–10–
received November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5              Class E Airspace; Bettles, AK (Federal Avia-             15 Airplanes (Federal Aviation Administra-
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               tion Administration) [Airspace Docket No.                tion) [Docket No. 96–NM–24–AD] (RIN: 2120–
Transportation and Infrastructure.                     96–AAL–15] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0148) re-              AA64) received November 7, 1996, pursuant to
  580. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          ceived October 21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
partment of Transportation, transmitting               801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-              Transportation and Infrastructure.
the Department’s final rule—Revision of                tation and Infrastructure.                                 599. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
Class D and Class E Airspace; Bethel, AK                 590. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            partment of Transportation, transmitting
(Federal Aviation Administration) [Airspace            partment of Transportation, transmitting                 the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
Docket No. 96–AAL–4] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–           the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                Directives; Lockheed Model L–1011–385 Series
0157) received October 21, 1996, pursuant to 5         Directives; McDonnell Douglas Model DC–9                 Airplanes (Federal Aviation Administration)
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               and DC–9–80 Series Airplanes, and Model                  [Docket No. 96–NM–240–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64)
Transportation and Infrastructure.                     MD–88 Airplanes (Federal Aviation Adminis-               received October 10, 1996, pursuant to 5
  581. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
                                                       tration) [Docket No. 95–NM–214–AD] (RIN:                 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
partment of Transportation, transmitting
                                                       2120–AA64) received November 7, 1996, pursu-             Transportation and Infrastructure.
the Department’s final rule—Revision of                                                                           600. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
                                                       ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
Class E Airspace; Sand Point, AK (Federal                                                                       partment of Transportation, transmitting
                                                       on Transportation and Infrastructure.
Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket                591. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
No. 96–AAL–3] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0156) re-         partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Directives; Jetstream Model HS–748 Series
ceived October 21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
                                                       the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                Airplanes (Federal Aviation Administration)
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
                                                       Directives; Beech (Raytheon) Model BAe 125               [Docket No. 96–NM–198–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64)
tation and Infrastructure.
  582. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          Series 1000A and Model Hawker 1000 Air-                  received October 10, 1996, pursuant to 5
partment of Transportation, transmitting               planes (Federal Aviation Administration)                 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
the Department’s final rule—Revision of                [Docket No. 95–NM–167–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64)               Transportation and Infrastructure.
                                                       received November 7, 1996, pursuant to 5                   601. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
Class E Airspace; Wrangell, St. Paul Island,
                                                       U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 partment of Transportation, transmitting
Petersburg, and Sika, AK; Establishment of
                                                       Transportation and Infrastructure.                       the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
Class E Airspace at Nostak, AK (Federal
                                                         592. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            Directives; CFM International CFM56–2/–2A/–
Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket
                                                       partment of Transportation, transmitting                 3/–3B/–3/–5 Series Turbofan Engines (Federal
No. 96–AAL–2] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0155) re-
ceived October 21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.          the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                Aviation Administration) [Rules Docket No.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-            Directives; Bombardier Model CL–600–2B19                 96–ANE–15] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received Octo-
tation and Infrastructure.                             (Regional Jet Series 100 and 200) Airplanes              ber 10, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);
  583. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          (Federal Aviation Administration) [Docket                to the Committee on Transportation and In-
partment of Transportation, transmitting               No. 96–NM–208–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received              frastructure.
the Department’s final rule—Revision of                November 7, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                     602. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
Class E Airspace; Ketchikan, AK (Federal               801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-              partment of Transportation, transmitting
Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket              tation and Infrastructure.                               the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
No. 95–AAL–4] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0154) re-           593. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            Directives; McDonnell Douglas Model DC–9–
ceived October 21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.          partment of Transportation, transmitting                 10, –20, –30, –40, and –50 Series Airplanes and
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-            the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                C–9 (Military) Airplanes (Federal Aviation
tation and Infrastructure.                             Directives; Airbus Model A310 and A300–600               Administration) [Docket No. 96–NM–91–AD]
  584. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          Series Airplanes (Federal Aviation Adminis-              (RIN: 2120–AA64) received October 10, 1996,
partment of Transportation, transmitting               tration) [Docket No. 94–NM–222–AD] (RIN:                 pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
the Department’s final rule—Revision of                2120–AA64) received November 7, 1996, pursu-             mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-
Class E Airspace; Cordova, AK (Federal Avia-           ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           ture.
tion Administration) [Airspace Docket No.              on Transportation and Infrastructure.                      603. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
96–AAL–8] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0153) re-               594. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            partment of Transportation, transmitting
ceived October 21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.          partment of Transportation, transmitting                 the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-            the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                Directives; Robinson Helicopter Company
tation and Infrastructure.                             Directives; British Aerospace Model BAe 146–             Model R44 Helicopters (Federal Aviation Ad-
  585. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          100A, –200A and –300A Series Airplanes, and              ministration) [Docket No. 96–SW–25–AD]
partment of Transportation, transmitting               Model Avro 146–RJ70A, –RJ85A, and –RJ100A                (RIN: 2120–AA64) received October 10, 1996,
the Department’s final rule—Establishment              Airplanes (Federal Aviation Administration)              pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
of Class E Airspace; Buckland, AK (Federal             (Docket No. 95–NM–251–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64)               mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-
Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket              received November 7, 1996, pursuant to 5                 ture.
No. 96–AAL–5] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0152) re-         U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                   604. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
ceived October 21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.          Transportation and Infrastructure.                       partment of Transportation, transmitting
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-              595. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
tation and Infrastructure.                             partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Directives; Boeing Model 777–200 Series Air-
  586. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                planes (Federal Aviation Administration)
partment of Transportation, transmitting               Directives; British Aerospace Model Avro                 [Docket No. 96–NM–205–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64)
the Department’s final rule—Revision of                146–RJ70A, –RJ85A, and –RJ100A Airplanes                 received October 10, 1996, pursuant to 5
Class E Airspace; Cold Bay, Nome, and                  (Federal Aviation Administration) [Docket                U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Tanana, AK (Federal Aviation Administra-               No. 95–NM–213–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received              Transportation and Infrastructure.
tion) [Airspace Docket No. 96–AAL–9] (RIN:             November 7, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                     605. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
2120–AA66) (1996–0151) received October 21,            801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-              partment of Transportation, transmitting
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        tation and Infrastructure.                               the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
Committee on Transportation and Infra-                   596. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            Directives; Aerospace Technologies of Aus-
structure.                                             partment of Transportation, transmitting                 tralia Pty Ltd. (formerly Government Air-


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T 1.46                                                         JOURNAL OF THE                                                                 JANUARY 7
craft Factory) Models N22B, N24A, and N22S              615. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            of Discharge (U.S. Coast Guard) [CGD 94–004]
Airplanes (Federal Aviation Administration)           partment of Transportation, transmitting                 (RIN: 2115–AE72) received October 31, 1996,
[Docket No. 95–CE–103–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64)            the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
received November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5             Directives; Fairchild Aircraft SA226 and                 mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on              SA227 Series Airplanes (Federal Aviation Ad-             ture.
Transportation and Infrastructure.                    ministration) [Docket No. 95–CD–40–AD]                     625. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
  606. A letter from the General Counsel, De-         (RIN: 2120–AA64) received October 21, 1996,              partment of Transportation, transmitting
partment of Transportation, transmitting              pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           the Department’s final rule—Realignment of
the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness             mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-                 VOR Federal Airway V–421; CO (Federal
Directives; Boeing Model 747 Series Air-              ture.                                                    Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket
planes (Federal Aviation Administration)                616. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            No. 95–ANM–6] (RIN: 2120–AA66) received Oc-
[Docket No. 96–NM–251–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64)            partment of Transportation, transmitting                 tober 10, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
received November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5             the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on              Directives; Short Brothers Model SD3–60                  tation and Infrastructure.
Transportation and Infrastructure.                    SHERPA Series Airplanes (Federal Aviation                  626. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
  607. A letter from the General Counsel, De-         Administration) [Docket No. 96–NM–122–AD]                partment of Transportation, transmitting
partment of Transportation, transmitting              (RIN: 2120–AA64) received October 21, 1996,              the Department’s final rule—Standard In-
the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness             pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-
Directives; Boeing Model 747–200, –300, –400          mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-                 neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-
Series Airplanes (Federal Aviation Adminis-           ture.                                                    ministration) [Docket No. 28702; Amdt. No.
tration) [Docket No. 94–NM–226–AD] (RIN:                617. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            1757] (RIN: 2120–AA65) received October 10,
2120–AA64) received November 14, 1996, pursu-         partment of Transportation, transmitting                 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee        the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                Committee on Transportation and Infra-
on Transportation and Infrastructure.                 Directives; The New Piper Aircraft PA23,                 structure.
  608. A letter from the General Counsel, De-         PA31, PA31P, PA31T, and PA42 Series Air-                   627. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
partment of Transportation, transmitting              planes (Federal Aviation Administration                  partment of Transportation, transmitting
the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness             [Docket No. 95–CE–56–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64)                the Department’s final rule—Standard In-
Directives; Shorts Model SD3–60 and SD3–              received October 21, 1996, pursuant to 5                 strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-
SHERPA Series Airplanes (Federal Aviation             U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-
Administration) [Docket No. 96–NM–09–AD]              Transportation and Infrastructure.                       ministration) [Docket No. 28700; Amdt. No.
(RIN: 2120–AA64) received November 14, 1996,            618. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            1755] (RIN: 2120–AA65) received October 10,
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-        partment of Transportation, transmitting                 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-              the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                Committee on Transportation and Infra-
ture.                                                 Directives; The New Piper Aircraft PA31,                 structure.
  609. A letter from the General Counsel, De-                                                                    628. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
                                                      PA31P, PA31T, and PA42 Series Airplanes
partment of Transportation, transmitting                                                                       partment of Transportation, transmitting
                                                      (Federal Aviation Administration) [Docket
the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                                                                      the Department’s final rule—Standard In-
                                                      No. 95–CE–84–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received
Directives; Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. Model PC–6                                                                   strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-
                                                      October 18, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
Airplanes (Federal Aviation Administration)                                                                    neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-
                                                      801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
[Docket No. 95–CE–85–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64)
                                                      tation and Infrastructure.                               ministration) [Docket No. 28727; Amdt. No.
received November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5
                                                        619. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            1762] (RIN: 2120–AA65) received November 14,
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
                                                      partment of Transportation, transmitting                 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
Transportation and Infrastructure.
  610. A letter from the General Counsel, De-         the Department’s final rule—Change Using                 Committee on Transportation and Infra-
partment of Transportation, transmitting              Agency for Restricted Areas 2202 (R–2202),               structure.
                                                      Big Delta, AK; R–2203, Eagle River, AK; R–                 629. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
                                                      2205, Yukon, AK; and R–2211, Blair Lakes, AK             partment of Transportation, transmitting
Directives; Boeing Model 747 Series Air-
                                                      (Federal Aviation Administration) [Airspace              the Department’s final rule—Standard In-
planes (Federal Aviation Administration)
                                                      Docket No. 96–AAL–20] (RIN: 2120–AA66) re-               strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-
[Docket No. 94–NM–221–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64)
                                                      ceived October 21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-
received November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-              ministration) [Docket No. 28728; Amdt. No.
Transportation and Infrastructure.                    tation and Infrastructure.                               1763] (RIN: 2120–AA65) received November 14,
  611. A letter from the General Counsel, De-           620. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
partment of Transportation, transmitting              partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Committee on Transportation and Infra-
the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness             the Department’s final rule—Change to Re-                structure.
Directives; Boeing Model 737–100 and –200 Se-         stricted Areas R–6714A, E, F, G, and H,                    630. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
ries Airplanes (Federal Aviation Administra-          Yakima, WA (Federal Aviation Administra-                 partment of Transportation, transmitting
tion) [Docket No. 96–NM–06–AD] (RIN: 2120–            tion) [Airspace Docket No. 96–ANM–16] (RIN:              the Department’s final rule—Standard In-
AA64) received November 14, 1996, pursuant            2120–AA66) received October 10, 1996, pursu-             strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on         ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-
Transportation and Infrastructure.                    on Transportation and Infrastructure.                    ministration) [Docket No. 28726; Amdt. No.
  612. A letter from the General Counsel, De-           621. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            1761] (RIN: 2120–AA65) received November 14,
partment of Transportation, transmitting              partment of Transportation, transmitting                 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness             the Department’s final rule—Rules of Prac-               Committee on Transportation and Infra-
Directives; British Aerospace Model BAe 146           tice for Federally-Assisted Airport Pro-                 structure.
Series Airplanes and Model Avro 146–RJ Se-            ceedings (Federal Aviation Administration)                 631. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
ries Airplanes (Federal Aviation Administra-          [Docket No. 27783; Amendment No. 13–27, 16]              partment of Transportation, transmitting
tion) [Docket No. 96–NM–40–AD] (RIN: 2120–            (RIN: 2120–AF43) received October 18, 1996,              the Department’s final rule—Type and Num-
AA64) received November 14, 1996, pursuant            pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           ber of Passenger Emergency Exits Required
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on         mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-                 in Transport Category Airplanes (Federal
Transportation and Infrastructure.                    ture.                                                    Aviation Administration) [Docket No. 26140;
  613. A letter from the General Counsel, De-           622. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            Amendment No. 25–88] (RIN: 2120–AC43) re-
partment of Transportation, transmitting              partment of Transportation, transmitting                 ceived November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5
the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness             the Department’s final rule—Maritime Secu-               U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Directives; Dornier Model 328–100 Series Air-         rity Program [Docket No. R–163] (RIN: 2133–              Transportation and Infrastructure.
planes (Federal Aviation Administration)              AB24) received October 18, 1996, pursuant to 5             632. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
[Docket No. 95–NM–232–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64)            U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 partment of Transportation, transmitting
received November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5             Transportation and Infrastructure.                       the Department’s final rule—Protective
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                623. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            Breathing Equipment; Correction (Federal
Transportation and Infrastructure.                    partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Aviation Administration) [Docket No. 27219;
  614. A letter from the General Counsel, De-         the Department’s final rule—Operation of                 Amendment No. 121–261] (RIN: 2120–AD74) re-
partment of Transportation, transmitting              Motor Vehicles by Intoxicated Minors                     ceived November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5
the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness             [NHTSA Docket No. 96–007; Notice 2] (RIN:                U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Directives; McDonnell Douglas Model DC–9–             2127–AG20) received October 31, 1996, pursu-             Transportation and Infrastructure.
80 Series Airplanes and Model MD–88 Air-              ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee             633. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
planes (Federal Aviation Administration)              on Transportation and Infrastructure.                    partment of Transportation, transmitting
[Docket No. 96–NM–53–AD] (RIN: 2120–AA64)               624. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            the Department’s final rule—Standard In-
received November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5             partment of Transportation, transmitting                 strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on              the Department’s final rule—Electronic                   neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-
Transportation and Infrastructure.                    Records of Shipping Articles and Certificates            ministration) [Docket No. 28676; Amdt. No.


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1997                                               HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                            T 1.46
1752] (RIN: 2120–AA65) received November 14,           pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           and 180–8] (RIN: 2137–AB89 and 2137–AB40) re-
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-                 ceived November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5
Committee on Transportation and Infra-                 ture.                                                    U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
structure.                                               643. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            Transportation and Infrastructure.
  634. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          partment of Transportation, transmitting                   652. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
partment of Transportation, transmitting               the Department’s final rule—Standard In-                 partment of Transportation, transmitting
the Department’s final rule—IFR Altitudes;             strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-                  the Department’s final rule—Federal Motor
Miscellaneous Amendments (Federal Avia-                neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-                   Vehicle Safety Standards; Air Brake Sys-
tion Administration) [Docket No. 28698;                ministration) [Docket No. 28714; Amdt. No.               tems Air Compressor Cut-In [Docket No. 90–
Amdt. No. 399] received November 14, 1996,             1758] received October 31, 1996, pursuant to 5           3; Notice 7] (RIN: 2127–AF63) received Novem-
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 ber 21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);
mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-               Transportation and Infrastructure.                       to the Committee on Transportation and In-
ture.                                                    644. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            frastructure.
  635. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          partment of Transportation, transmitting                   653. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
partment of Transportation, transmitting               the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                partment of Transportation, transmitting
the Department’s final rule—Incentive Grant            Directives; Pratt & Whitney JT3D Series                  the Department’s final rule—Regattas and
Criteria for Drunk Driving Prevention Pro-             Turbofan Engines [Docket No. 95–ANE–45;                  Marine Parades (U.S. Coast Guard) [CGD 95–
grams (National Highway Traffic Safety Ad-             Amendment 39–9815; AD 96–23–10] (RIN: 2120–              054] (RIN: 2115–AF17) received November 25,
ministration) [Docket No. 89–02; Notice 9]             AA64) received November 21, 1996, pursuant               1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
(RIN: 2127–AD01) received October 31, 1996,            to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on            Committee on Transportation and Infra-
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         Transportation and Infrastructure.                       structure.
mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-                 645. A letter from the General Counsel, De-              654. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
ture.                                                  partment of Transportation, transmitting                 partment of Transportation, transmitting
  636. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                the Department’s final rule—Safety Zone;
partment of Transportation, transmitting               Directives; Jetstream Model 4101 Airplanes               San Pedro Bay, CA (U.S. Coast Guard)
the Department’s final rule—List of Noncon-            (Federal Aviation Administration) [Docket                [COTP Los Angeles-Long Beach 96–003] (RIN:
forming Vehicles Decided To Be Eligible for            No. 96–NM–258–AD; Amendment. 39–9817; AD                 2115–AA97) received November 25, 1996, pursu-
Importation (National Highway Traffic Safe-            96–23–12] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received November             ant to 5 U.S.C. 81(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
ty Administration) [Docket No. 96–097; No-             21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to          on Transportation and Infrastructure.
tice 1] (RIN: 2127–AG57) received October 31,          the Committee on Transportation and Infra-                 655. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        structure.                                               partment of Transportation, transmitting
Committee on Transportation and Infra-                   646. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            the Department’s final rule—Special Local
                                                       partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Regulations: Searsport Lobster Boat Races,
structure.
  637. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                Searsport, ME (U.S. Coast Guard) [CGD01–96–
partment of Transportation, transmitting               Directives; Jetstream Model 4101 Airplanes               022] (RIN: 2115–AE46) received November 25,
the Department’s final rule—Consumer In-               (Federal Aviation Administration) [Docket                1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
formation Regulations; Fees for Course Mon-            No. 96–NM–259–AD; Amendment 39–9816; AD                  Committee on Transportation and Infra-
itoring Tires (National Highway Traffic                96–23–11] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received November             structure.
                                                                                                                  656. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
Safety Administration) [Docket No. 96–88;              21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to
                                                                                                                partment of Transportation, transmitting
Notice 1] (RIN: 2127–AG54) received October            the Committee on Transportation and Infra-
                                                                                                                the Department’s final rule—Special Local
31, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to        structure.
                                                                                                                Regulations: Christmas Parade of Boats
the Committee on Transportation and Infra-               647. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
                                                                                                                (U.S. Coast Guard) [CGD07–96–048] (RIN: 2115–
structure.                                             partment of Transportation, transmitting
                                                                                                                AE46) received November 25, 1996, pursuant
  638. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
                                                                                                                to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
partment of Transportation, transmitting               Directives; de Havilland Model DHC–8–102
                                                                                                                Transportation and Infrastructure.
the Department’s final rule—Federal Rail-              and –103 Series Airplanes (Federal Aviation                657. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
road Administration Enforcement of the                 Administration) [Docket No. 95–NM–163–AD;                partment of Transportation, transmitting
Hazardous Materials Regulations; Penalty               Amendment No. 39–9822; AD 96–23–17] (RIN:                the Department’s final rule—Safety Zone;
Guidelines (RIN: 2130–AB00) received October           2120–AA64) received November 21, 1996, pursu-            Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, Houma, LA
31, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to        ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           (U.S. Coast Guard) [COTP Morgan City, LA
the Committee on Transportation and Infra-             on Transportation and Infrastructure.                    96–002] (RIN: 2115–AA97) received November
structure.                                               648. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            25, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to
  639. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          partment of Transportation, transmitting                 the Committee on Transportation and Infra-
partment of Transportation, transmitting               the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                structure.
the Department’s final rule—Standard In-               Directives; Canadair Model CL–215–1A10 Se-                 658. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-                ries Airplanes (Federal Aviation Administra-             partment of Transportation, transmitting
neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-                 tion) [Docket No. 96–NM–82–AD; Amendment                 the Department’s final rule—Drawbridge Op-
ministration) [Docket No. 28715; Amdt. No.             No. 39–9819; AD 96–23–13] (RIN: 2120–AA64) re-           eration Regulations; Cerritos Channel, CA
1759] received October 31, 1996, pursuant to 5         ceived November 21, 1996, pursuant to 5                  (U.S. Coast Guard) [CGD11–90–03] (RIN: 2115–
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 AA47) received November 25, 1996, pursuant
Transportation and Infrastructure.                     Transportation and Infrastructure.                       to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
  640. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            649. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            Transportation and Infrastructure.
partment of Transportation, transmitting               partment of Transportation, transmitting                   659. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
the Department’s final rule—Standard In-               the     Department’s      final    rule—Special          partment of Transportation, transmitting
strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-                Issuance of Third-Class Airman Medical Cer-              the Department’s final rule—Amendment to
neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-                 tificates to Insulin-Treated Diabetic Airman             Class E Airspace; Siox City, IA (Federal
ministration) [Docket No. 28716; Amdt. No.             Applicants (Federal Aviation Administration              Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket
1760] (RIN: 2120–AA65) received October 31,            [Docket No. 26493] (RIN: 2120–AG30) received             No. 96–ACE–11] (RIN: 2120–AA66) received De-
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        November 21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                  cember 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
Committee on Transportation and Infra-                 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
structure.                                             tation and Infrastructure.                               tation and Infrastructure.
  641. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            650. A letter from the General Counsel, De-              660. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
partment of Transportation, transmitting               partment of Transportation, transmitting                 partment of Transportation, transmitting
the Department’s final rule—Motor Carrier              the Department’s final rule—Drawbridge Op-               the Department’s final rule—Amendment to
Transportation; Redesignation of Regula-               eration Regulations; Anacostia River, Wash-              Class E Airspace; Penn Yan, N.Y. (Federal
tions from the Surface Transportation Board            ington, DC (U.S. Coast Guard) [CGD05–081]                Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket
Pursuant to the ICC Termination Act of 1995            (RIN: 2115–AE47) received November 14, 1996,             No. 96–AEA–10] (RIN: 2120–AA66) received De-
(Federal Highway Administration) (RIN:                 pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           cember 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
2125–AD96) received October 18, 1996, pursu-           mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-                 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee         ture.                                                    tation and Infrastructure.
on Transportation and Infrastructure.                    651. A letter from the General Counsel, De-              661. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
  642. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          partment of Transportation, transmitting                 partment of Transportation, transmitting
partment of Transportation, transmitting               the     Department’s       final    rule—Crash-          the Department’s final rule—Revocation of
the Department’s final rule—Prohibition                worthiness Protection Requirements for                   Class D Airspace; Blytheville, AR (Federal
Against Certain Flights Within the Territory           Tank Cars; Detection and Repair of Cracks,               Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket
and Airspace of Iran (Federal Aviation Ad-             Pits, Corrosion, Lining Flaws, Thermal Pro-              No. 96–ASW–29] (RIN: 2120–AA66) received De-
ministration) [Docket No. 28690; Special Fed-          tection Flaws and Other Defects of Tank Car              cember 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
eral Aviation Regulation (SFAR) No. 76]                Tanks [Docket Nos. HM–175A and HM–201;                   801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
(RIN: 2120–AG28) received October 18, 1996,            Amdt. Nos. 171–137, 172–144, 173–245, 179–50,            tation and Infrastructure.


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T 1.46                                                         JOURNAL OF THE                                                                 JANUARY 7
  662. A letter from the General Counsel, De-         Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket                the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
partment of Transportation, transmitting              No. 96–AGL–14] (RIN: 2120–AA66) received De-             Directives; Boeing Model 747–400 ‘‘Combi’’
the Department’s final rule—Allowable Car-            cember 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                     Airplanes (Federal Aviation Administration)
bon Dioxide in Transport Category Airplane            801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-              [Docket No. 96–NM–255–AD, Amdt. 39–9829,
Cabins (Federal Aviation Administration)              tation and Infrastructure.                               AD 96–24–03] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received De-
[Docket No. 27704, Amdt. No. 25–89] (RIN:               672. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            cember 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
2120–AD47) received December 2, 1996,                 partment of Transportation, transmitting                 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
pursaunt to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-        the Department’s final rule—Establishment                tation and Infrastructure.
mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-              of Class E Airspace; Montauk, NY (Federal                  681. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
ture.                                                 Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket                partment of Transportation, transmitting,
  663. A letter from the General Counsel, De-         No. 96–AEA–09] (RIN: 2120–AA66) received De-             the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
partment of Transportation, transmitting              cember 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                     Directives; Boeing Model 737 Series Air-
the Department’s final rule—Falsification of          801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-              planes (Federal Aviation Administration)
Security Records (Federal Aviation Adminis-           tation and Infrastructure.                               [Docket No. 96–NM–261–AD, Amdt. 39–9818,
tration) [Docket No. 28745; Amendment Nos.              673. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            AD 96–23–51] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received De-
107–9 and 108–141] (RIN: 2120–AG27) received          partment of Transportation, transmitting                 cember 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
December 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. to the         the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
Committee on Transportation and Infra-                Directives; Air Tractor, Inc, Models AT–250,             tation and Infrastructure.
structure.                                            AT–300, AT–301, AT–302, AT–400, AT–400A,                   682. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
  664. A letter from the General Counsel, De-         AT–401, AT–402, AT–501, and AT–502 Air-                  partment of Transportation, transmitting
partment of Transportation, transmitting              planes (Federal Aviation Administration                  the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
the Department’s final rule—Direct Final              [Docket No. 96–CE–49–AD, Amdt. 39–9833, AD               Directives; Allied Signal Commercial Avi-
Rule; Request for Comments—Amendment to               96–24–08] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received December             onics Systems CAS–81 Traffic Alert and Col-
Class E Airspace, Imperial, NE (Federal               2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to           lision Avoidance Systems (TCAS) as in-
Aviation Administration) [Docket No. 96–              the Committee on Transportation and Infra-               stalled, but not Limited to Various Trans-
ACE–20] (RIN: 2120–AA66) received December            structure.                                               port Category Airplanes (Federal Aviation
2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to          674. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            Administration) [Docket No. 96–NM–81–AD,
the Committee on Transportation and Infra-            partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Amdt. 39–9824, AD 95–26–15 R1] (RIN: 2120–
structure.                                            the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                AA64) received December 2, 1996, pursuant to
  665. A letter from the General Counsel, De-         Directives; Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI),            5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
partment of Transportation, transmitting              Ltd., Model 1123, 1124, and 1124A Series Air-            Transportation and Infrastructure.
the Department’s final rule—Establishment             planes (Federal Aviation Administration)                   683. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
of Class E Airspace; Saluda, VA (Federal              [Docket No. 96–NM–173–AD, Amdt. 39–9835,                 partment of Transportation, transmitting
Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket             AD 96–24–11] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received De-               the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
No. 96–AEA–08] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0172))          cember 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                     Directives; Aerospace Technologies of Aus-
received December 2, 1996, pursuant to 5              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-              tralia Nomad Models N22B, N22S, and N24A
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on              tation and Infrastructure.                               Airplanes (Federal Aviation Administration)
                                                        675. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
Transportation and Infrastructure.                                                                             [Docket No. 95–CE–93–AD, Amdt. 39–9831, AD
  666. A letter from the General Counsel, De-         partment of Transportation, transmitting
                                                                                                               96–24–05] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received December
partment of Transportation, transmitting              the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
                                                                                                               2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to
                                                      Directives; Textron Lycoming Reciprocating
the Department’s final rule—Establishment                                                                      the Committee on Transportation and Infra-
                                                      Engines (Federal Aviation Administration)
of Class E Airspace; Phoenix, Deer Valley                                                                      structure.
                                                      [Docket No. 96–ANE–31, Amdt. 39–9826, AD                   684. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
Municipal Airport, AS (Federal Aviation Ad-
                                                      96–23–03] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received December             partment of Transportation, transmitting
ministration) [Airspace Docket No. 96–AWP–
                                                      2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to           the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
16] (RIN: 2120–AA66) (1996–0174)) received De-
                                                      the Committee on Transportation and Infra-
cember 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                                                                           Directives; Aerospace Technologies of Aus-
                                                      structure.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-                                                                    tralia, Nomad Models N22B, N22S, and N24A
                                                        676. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
tation and Infrastructure.                            partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Airplanes (Federal Aviation Administration)
  667. A letter from the General Counsel, De-                                                                  [Docket No. 95–CE–75–AD, Amdt. 39–9830, AD
                                                      the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
partment of Transportation, transmitting                                                                       96–24–04] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received December
                                                      Directives; Aerospatiale Model ATR72 Series
the Department’s final rule—Establishment             Airplanes (Federal Aviation Administration)              2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to
of Class E Airspace; Grand Canyon-Valle Air-          [Docket No. 96–NM–140–AD, Amdt. 39–9836,                 the Committee on Transportation and Infra-
port, AZ (Federal Aviation Administration)            AD 96–24–12] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received De-               structure.
[Airspace Docket No. 95–AWP–3] (RIN: 2120–                                                                       685. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
                                                      cember 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
AA66) (1996–0173)) received December 2, 1996,                                                                  partment of Transportation, transmitting
                                                      801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-        tation and Infrastructure.                               the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-                677. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            Directives; Pratt & Whitney JT8D Series
ture.                                                 partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Turbofan Engines (Federal Aviation Admin-
  668. A letter from the General Counsel, De-         the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                istration) [Docket No. 93–ANE–79, Amdt. 39–
partment of Transportation, transmitting              Directives; Allison Engine Company Model                 9820, AD 96–23–14] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received
the Department’s final rule—Establishment             250–C47B Turboshaft Engines (Federal Avia-               December 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
of Class E Airspace; Dexter, ME, Correction           tion Administration) [Docket No. 96–ANE–41,              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
(Federal Aviation Administration) [Airspace           Amdt. 39–9834, AD 96–24–09] (RIN: 2120–AA64)             tation and Infrastructure.
Docket No. 95–ANE–23] (RIN: 2120–AA66) re-            received December 2, 1996, pursuant to 5                   686. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
ceived December 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.         U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 partment of Transportation, transmitting
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-           Transportation and Infrastructure.                       the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness
tation and Infrastructure.                              678. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            Directives; Pratt & Whitney JT8D–200 Series
  669. A letter from the General Counsel, De-         partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Turbofan Engines (Federal Aviation Admin-
partment of Transportation, transmitting              the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                istration) [Docket No. 96–ANE–02, Amdt. 39–
the Department’s final rule—Establishment             Directives; Fokker Model F27 Mark 100, 200,              9821, AD 96–23–15] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received
of Class E Airspace; Miller, SD, Correction           300, 400, 500, 600, and 700 Series Airplanes             December 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
(Federal Aviation Administration) [Airspace           (Federal Aviation Administration) [Docket                801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
Docket No. 96–AGL–11] (RIN: 2120–AA66) re-            No. 96–NM–80–AD, Amdt. 39–9827, AD 96–24–01]             tation and Infrastructure.
ceived December 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.         (RIN: 2120–AA64) received December 2, 1996,                687. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-           pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           partment of Transportation, transmitting
tation and Infrastructure.                            mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-                 the Department’s final rule—Standard In-
  670. A letter from the General Counsel, De-         ture.                                                    strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-
partment of Transportation, transmitting                679. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-
the Department’s final rule—Establishment             partment of Transportation, transmitting                 ministration) [Docket No. 28735, Amdt. No.
of Class E Airspace; Hazen, ND (Federal               the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                1765] (RIN: 2120–AA65) received December 2,
Aviation Administration) [Airspace Docket             Directives; de Havilland Model DHC–8–100                 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
No. 96–AGL–10] (RIN: 2120–AA66) received De-          and –300 Airplanes (Federal Aviation Admin-              Committee on Transportation and Infra-
cember 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                  istration) [Docket No. 93–NM–194–AD, Amdt.               structure.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-           39–9814, AD 96–23–09] (RIN: 2120–AA64) re-                 688. A letter from the General Counsel, De-
tation and Infrastructure.                            ceived December 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            partment of Transportation, transmitting
  671. A letter from the General Counsel, De-         801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-              the Department’s final rule—Standard In-
partment of Transportation, transmitting              tation and Infrastructure.                               strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-
the Department’s final rule—Establishment               680. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-
of Class E Airspace; Tomahawk, WI (Federal            partment of Transportation, transmitting                 ministration) [Docket No. 28736, Amdt. No.


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1997                                               HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                            T 1.46
1766] (RIN: 2120–AA65) received December 2,            the Department’s final rule—Special Local                Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        Regulations; Continental Airlines Boat Pa-               ting the Agency’s final rule—Final Effluent
Committee on Transportation and Infra-                 rade; Fort Lauderdale, FL (U.S. Coast                    Limitations Guidelines and Standards for
structure.                                             Guard) [CGD07–96–067] (RIN: 2115–AE46) re-               the Coastal Subcategory of the Oil and Gas
  689. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          ceived December 12, 1996, pursuant to 5                  Extraction Point Source Category [FRL–
partment of Transportation, transmitting               U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 5648–4] received November 5, 1996, pursuant
the Department’s final rule—Standard In-               Transportation and Infrastructure.                       to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
strument Approach Procedures; Miscella-                  699. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            Transportation and Infrastructure.
neous Amendments (Federal Aviation Ad-                 partment of Transportation, transmitting                   708. A letter from the Director, Office of
ministration) [Docket No. 28734, Amdt. No.             the Department’s final rule—Programs for                 Regulatory Management and Information,
1764] (RIN: 2120–AA65) received December 2,            Chemical Drug and Alcohol Testing of Com-                Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the        mercial Vessel Personnel; Implementation of              ting the Agency’s final rule—Water Quality
Committee on Transportation and Infra-                 Drug Testing in Foreign Waters (U.S. Coast               Standards for Pennsylvania [FRL–5659–9]
structure.                                             Guard) [CGD 95–011] (RIN: 2115–AF02) re-                 (RIN: 2040–AC78) received December 4, 1996,
  690. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          ceived December 12, 1996, pursuant to 5                  pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
partment of Transportation, transmitting               U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-
the Department’s final rule—Safety Zone;               Transportation and Infrastructure.                       ture.
Sunken Vessel Empire Knight, Boon Island,                700. A letter from the General Counsel, De-              709. A letter from the Director, Office of
Maine (U.S. Coast Guard) [CGD01–95–1411]               partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Regulatory Management and Information,
(RIN: 2115–AA97) received December 2, 1996,            the Department’s final rule—Single State In-             Environmental Protection Agency, transmit-
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         surance Registration; Receipt Rule; Contin-              ting the Agency’s final rule—Loan Guaran-
mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-               ued Suspension of Effectiveness (Federal                 tees for Construction of Treatment Works;
ture.                                                  Highway Administration) (RIN: 2125–AD92)                 Removal of Legally Obsolete Rule [FRL–
  691. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          received December 12, 1996, pursuant to 5                5658–6] received December 4, 1996, pursuant to
partment of Transportation, transmitting               U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
the Department’s final rule—Rada Fajardo,              Transportation and Infrastructure.                       Transportation and Infrastructure.
East of Villa Marina, Fajardo, PR (U.S.                  701. A letter from the General Counsel, De-              710. A letter from the Director of Office of
Coast Guard) [CGD07–96–068] (RIN: 2115–AE46)           partment of Transportation, transmitting                 Congressional Affairs, Nuclear Regulatory
received December 6, 1996, pursuant to 5               the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                Commission, transmitting the Commission’s
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               Directives; Fokker Model F28 Mark 1000,                  final rule—Interim Guidance on Transpor-
Transportation and Infrastructure.                     2000, 3000, and 4000 Series Airplanes (Federal           tation of Steam Generators [NRC Generic
  692. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          Aviation Administration) [Docket No. 96–                 Letter 96–07] received December 9, 1996, pur-
partment of Transportation, transmitting               NM–224–AD, Amdt. 39–9752, AD 96–19–04] (RIN:             suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
the Department’s final rule—Railroad Acci-             2120–AA64) received December 12, 1996, pursu-            mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-
dent Reporting (Partial Response to Peti-              ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           ture.
tions for Reconsideration) (Federal Railroad           on Transportation and Infrastructure.                      711. A letter from the Secretary of Trans-
Administration) [FRA Docket No. RAR–4,                   702. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            portation, transmitting the Department’s
Notice No. 14] (RIN: 2130–AA58) received De-           partment of Transportation, transmitting                 second annual report entitled ‘‘Alaska Dem-
cember 6, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                onstration Programs’’; to the Committee on
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-            Directives; Boeing Model 767 Series Air-                 Transportation and Infrastructure.
tation and Infrastructure.                             planes (Federal Aviation Administration)                   712. A letter from the Chairman, Surface
  693. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          [Docket No. 96–NM–25–AD, Amdt. 39–9783, AD               Transportation Board, transmitting the
partment of Transportation, transmitting               96–21–06] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received December             Board’s final rule—Expedited Procedures for
the Department’s final rule—Railroad Acci-             12, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to          Processing Rail Rate Reasonableness, Ex-
dent Reporting (Adjustment of Dollar                   the Committee on Transportation and Infra-               emption and Revocation Proceedings [STB
Threshold for Reporting Certain Accidents)             structure.                                               Ex Parte No. 527] received October 10, 1996,
(Federal Railroad Administration) [FRA                   703. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
Docket No. RAR–4, Notice No. 15] (RIN: 2130–           partment of Transportation, transmitting                 mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-
AA58) received December 6, 1996, pursuant to           the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                ture.
5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on             Directives; British Aerospace Model BAe 146                713. A letter from the Chairman, Surface
Transportation and Infrastructure.                     Series Airplanes and Model Avro 146–RJ Se-               Transportation Board, transmitting the
  694. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          ries Airplanes (Federal Aviation Administra-             Board’s final rule—Expedited Procedures for
partment of Transportation, transmitting               tion) [Docket No. 96–NM–41–AD, Amdt. 39–                 Processing Rail Rate Reasonableness, Ex-
the Department’s final rule—Operational                9786, AD 96–21–09] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received             emption and Revocation Proceedings (No-
Measures to Reduce Oil Spills from Existing            December 12, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                  vember 15, 1996, modifying rules issued Octo-
Tank Vessels Without Double Hulls; Partial             801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-              ber 1, 1996)— [STB Ex Parte No. 527] received
Suspension of Regulation (U.S. Coast Guard)            tation and Infrastructure.                               December 12, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
[CGD 91–045] (RIN: 2115–AE01) received De-               704. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
cember 6, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   partment of Transportation, transmitting                 tation and Infrastructure.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-            the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                  714. A letter from the Chairman, Surface
tation and Infrastructure.                             Directives; Shorts Model SD3–30, –60, and                Transportation Board, transmitting the
  695. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          –SHERPA Series Airplanes (Federal Aviation               Board’s final rule—Rail General Exemption
partment of Transportation, transmitting               Administration) [Docket No. 96–NM–08–AD,                 Authority—Exemption of Hydraulic Cement
the Department’s final rule—Holiday Boat               Amdt. 39–9784, AD 96–21–07] (RIN: 2120–AA64)             [Ex Parte No. 346 (Sub-No. 34)] received De-
Parade of the Palm Beaches; Palm Beach, FL             received December 12, 1996, pursuant to 5                cember 17, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
(U.S. Coast Guard) [CGD07–96–053] (RIN: 2115–          U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-
AE46) received December 6, 1996, pursuant to           Transportation and Infrastructure.                       tation and Infrastructure.
5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               705. A letter from the General Counsel, De-              715. A letter from the Assistant Secretary
Transportation and Infrastructure.                     partment of Transportation, transmitting                 of the Army (Civil Works), transmitting a
  696. A letter from the General Counsel, De-          the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                letter from the Chief of Engineers, Depart-
partment of Transportation, transmitting               Directives; The New Piper Aircraft PA31,                 ment of the Army dated February 27, 1996,
the Department’s final rule—Key West Super             PA31P, and PA31T Series Airplanes (Federal               submitting a report together with accom-
Boat race; Key West, FL (U.S. Coast Guard)             Aviation Administration) [Docket No. 95–                 panying papers and illustrations—received in
[CGD07–96–049] (RIN: 2115–AE46) received De-           CE–45–AD, Amdt. 39–9788, AD 96–21–11] (RIN:              the U.S. House of Representatives November
cember 6, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   2120–AA64) received December 12, 1996, pursu-            12, 1996, pursuant to section 204 of the 1970
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-            ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           Flood Control Act (Public Law 91–611) (H.
tation and Infrastructure.                             on Transportation and Infrastructure.                    Doc. No. 105–17); to the Committee on Trans-
  697. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            706. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            portation and Infrastructure and ordered to
partment of Transportation, transmitting               partment of Transportation, transmitting                 be printed.
the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness              the Department’s final rule—Airworthiness                  716. A letter from the Assistant Secretary
Directives; Donier Model 328–100 Series Air-           Directives; Short Brothers Model SD3–30 and              of the Army (Civil Works), transmitting a
planes (Federal Aviation Administration)               SD3–SHERPA Series Airplanes (Federal                     letter from the Chief of Engineers, Depart-
[Docket No. 95–NM–230–AD, Amdt. 39–9828,               Aviation Administration) [Docket No. 96–                 ment of the Army dated February 1, 1996,
AD 96–24–02] (RIN: 2120–AA64) received De-             NM–07–AD, Amdt. 39–9785, AD 96–21–08] (RIN:              submitting a report together with accom-
cember 9, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   2120–AA64) received December 12, 1996, pursu-            panying papers and illustrations—received in
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transpor-            ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee           the U.S. House of Representatives November
tation and Infrastructure.                             on Transportation and Infrastructure.                    21, 1996, pursuant to section 204 of the 1970
  698. A letter from the General Counsel, De-            707. A letter from the Director, Office of             Flood Control Act (Public Law 91–611) (H.
partment of Transportation, transmitting               Regulatory Management and Information,                   Doc. No. 105–18); to the Committee on Trans-


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portation and Infrastructure and ordered to            and improved in trade competitiveness, also              natural resource recapture property by S
be printed.                                            other determinations—received in the U.S.                corporations and their shareholders (RIN:
  717. A letter from the Secretary of Com-             House of Representatives, October 17, 1996,              1545–AM98) received October 9, 1996, pursuant
merce, transmitting the Department’s report            pursuant to 19 U.S.C. 2462 (H. Doc. No. 105–5);          to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
entitled ‘‘National Implementation Plan For            to the Committee on Ways and Means and                   Ways and Means.
Modernization Of The National Weather                  ordered to be printed.                                     739. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
Service For Fiscal Year 1997,’’ pursuant to              728. A letter from the Secretary of Labor,             Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
Public Law 102–567, section 703(a) (106 Stat.          transmitting the quarterly report on the ex-             the Service’s final rule—Rulings and deter-
4304); to the Committee on Science.                    penditure and need for worker adjustment                 mination letters (Rev. Proc. 96–49) received
  718. A letter from the Director, National            assistance training funds under the Trade                October 7, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
Science Foundation, transmitting a report              Act of 1974, pursuant to 19 U.S.C. 2296(a)(2);           801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and
entitled ‘‘Scientific and Engineering Re-              to the Committee on Ways and Means.                      Means.
search Facilities at Colleges and Univer-                729. A letter from the Director, Bureau of               740. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
sities: 1996’’, pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 7454(c); to      the Census, transmitting the Bureau’s final              Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
the Committee on Science.                              rule—Collection of Canadian Province of Ori-             the Service’s final rule—Indian Tribal Casi-
  719. A letter from the Administrator,                gin Information on Customs Entry Records                 nos and Reporting Under Title 31 (Notice 96–
Small Business Administration, transmit-               [Docket No. 960606162–6293–02] (RIN: 0607–               57) received November 5, 1996, pursuant to 5
ting ‘‘Building the Foundation for a New               AA21) received November 22, 1996, pursuant               U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Century—First Annual Report on Implemen-               to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on            Ways and Means.
tation of the 1995 White House Conference on           Ways and Means.                                            741. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
Small Business,’’ pursuant to 15 U.S.C. 631              730. A letter from the Chief Counsel, Bu-              Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
note; to the Committee on Small Business.              reau of the Public Debt, transmitting the                the Service’s final rule—Last-in, First-out
  720. A letter from the Director, Office of           Bureau’s final rule—Providing More Flexible              Inventories (Rev. Rul. 96–54) received Novem-
Regulations Management, Department of                  Program Changes for the State and Local                  ber 5, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);
Veterans Affairs, transmitting the Depart-             Government Series (SLGS) Securities Pro-                 to the Committee on Ways and Means.
ment’s final rule—Diseases Associated with             gram (31 CFR Part 344) received October 28,                742. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
Exposure to Certain Herbicide Agents (Pros-            1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
tate Cancer and Acute and Subacute Periph-             Committee on Ways and Means.                             the Service’s final rule—Qualified State Tui-
eral Neuropathy) (RIN: 2900–AI35) received               731. A letter from the Chief Counsel, Bu-              tion Programs (Notice 96–58) received No-
November 12, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                reau of the Debt, transmitting the Bureau’s              vember 13, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Veterans’            final rule—Providing Explicitly For The                  801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and
Affairs.                                               Recognition of Federal Judicial and Federal              Means.
  721. A letter from the Director, Office of           Administrative Forfeitures of Series EE and                743. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
Regulations Management, Department of                  HH United States Savings Bonds (31 CFR                   Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
Veterans Affairs, transmitting the Depart-             Part 353) received October 15, 1996, pursuant            the Service’s final rule—Guidance for quali-
ment’s final rule—Contract Program for Vet-            to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on            fication as an acceptance agent, and execu-
erans With Alcohol and Drug Dependence                 Ways and Means.                                          tion of an agreement between an acceptance
Disorders (RIN: 2900–AH77) received October              732. A letter from the Chief Counsel, Bu-              agent and the Internal Revenue Service re-
31, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to        reau of the Public Debt, transmitting the                lating to the issuance of certain taxpayer
the Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.                    Bureau’s final rule—Sale and Issue of Mar-               identifying numbers (Rev. Proc. 96–52) re-
  722. A letter from the Director, Office of           ketable Book-Entry Treasury Bills, Notes,                ceived November 13, 1996, pursuant to 5
Regulations Management, Department of                  and Bonds; Regulations Governing Payments                U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Veterans Affairs, transmitting the Depart-             by the Automated Clearing House Method on                Ways and Means.
ment’s final rule—Willful Misconduct (RIN:             Account of United States Securities (31 CFR                744. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
2900–AI26) received October 31, 1996, pursuant         Parts 356 and 370) received October 15, 1996,            Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on          pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           the Service’s final rule—Interim Guidance
Veterans’ Affairs.                                     mittee on Ways and Means.                                on Sections 877, 1494, 6039F, and 6048 (Notice
  723. A letter from the Director, Office of             733. A letter from the Acting Assistant                96–60) received November 13, 1996, pursuant
Regulations Management, Department of                  Secretary for Import Administration, De-                 to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Veterans Affairs, transmitting the Depart-             partment of Commerce, transmitting the De-               Ways and Means.
ment’s final rule—Evidence of Dependents               partments’ final rule—Changes in Procedures                745. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
and Age (RIN: 2900–AH51) received October              for the Insular Possessions Watch Program                Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
30, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to        [Docket No. 960508126–6126–01] (RIN: 0625–               the Service’s final rule—Pension Plan Limi-
the Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.                    AA46) (Department of Commerce and Depart-                tations (Notice 96–55) received November 19,
  724. A letter from the Director, Office of           ment of the Interior) received October 29,               1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
Regulations Management, Department of                  1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          Committee on Ways and Means.
Veterans Affairs, transmitting the Depart-             Committee on Ways and Means.                               746. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
ment’s final rule—Community Residential                  734. A letter from the Assistant Secretary             Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
Care Program and Contract Program for                  for Employment and Training, Department                  the Service’s final rule—Qualified Pension,
Veterans With Alcohol and Drug Dependence              of Labor, transmitting the Department’s                  Profit-Sharing, and Stock Bonus Plans (Rev.
Disorders (RIN: 2900–AH61) received Decem-             final rule—Unemployment Insurance Pro-                   Rul. 96–53) received November 19, 1996, pursu-
ber 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);        gram (Letters 30–96 and 37–96) received Octo-            ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
to the Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.                 ber 31, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);         on Ways and Means.
  725. A letter from the National Adjutant,            to the Committee on Ways and Means.                        747. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
the Disabled American Veterans, transmit-                735. A letter from the Acting U.S. Trade               Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
ting the report of the proceedings of the or-          Representative, Executive Office of the                  the Service’s final rule—Closing agreements
ganization’s 75th National Convention, in-             President, transmitting a report on recent               (Rev. Proc. 96–50) received October 31, 1996,
cluding their annual audit report of receipts          developments regarding implementation of                 pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
and expenditures as of December 31, 1995—re-           section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974; to the             mittee on Ways and Means.
ceived in the U.S. House of Representatives,           Committee on Ways and Means.                               748. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
November 14, 1996, pursuant to 36 U.S.C. 90i             736. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
and 44 U.S.C. 1332 (H. Doc. No. 105–8); to the         Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             the Service’s final rule—Determination of
Committee on Veterans’ Affairs and ordered             the Service’s final rule—Work Opportunity                Issue Price in the Case of Certain Debt In-
to be printed.                                         Tax Credit—Supplementary Instructions for                struments Issued for Property (Rev. Rul. 96–
  726. A letter from the Acting U.S. Trade             Form 8850 (Announcement 96–116) received                 52) received October 17, 1996, pursuant to 5
Representative, Office of the U.S. Trade Rep-          November 12, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                  U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
resentative, transmitting the President’s de-          801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and               Ways and Means.
termination that title IV of the Trade Act of          Means.                                                     749. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
1974 should no longer apply to Romania and               737. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
his proclamation of the permanent extension            Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             the Service’s final rule—Transition Relief
of nondiscriminatory treatment (most-fa-               the Service’s final rule—Magnetic Media Fil-             for SIMPLES (Announcement 96–112) re-
vored-nation treatment) to the products of             ing Requirements for Information Returns                 ceived October 17, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
Romania, pursuant to 10 U.S.C. 2437(a); to             (RIN: 1545–AU08) received October 9, 1996,               801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and
the Committee on Ways and Means.                       pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-           Means.
  727. A communication from the President              mittee on Ways and Means.                                  750. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
of the United States, transmitting his deter-            738. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
mination that Malaysia should be graduated             Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             the Service’s final rule—Advance Pricing
from the GSP program because it is suffi-              the Service’s final rule—Treatment of gain               Agreement Revenue Procedure (Revenue
ciently advanced in economic development               from the disposition of interest in certain              Procedure 96–53) received November 19, 1996,


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1997                                               HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                            T 1.46
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and               68] received December 10, 1996, pursuant to 5
mittee on Ways and Means.                              Means.                                                   U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
  751. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              763. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              Ways and Means.
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting           Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting               775. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
the Service’s final rule—Deposits of Excise            the Service’s final rule—Nondiscrimination               Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
Taxes (RIN: 1545–AT25) received November               Rules for Plans Maintained by Governments                the Service’s final rule—Determination of
12, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to        and Tax-Exempt Organizations [Notice 96–64]              Interest Rate [Rev. Rul. 96–61] received De-
the Committee on Ways and Means.                       received December 3, 1996, pursuant to 5                 cember 10, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
  752. A letter from the Chief, Regulations            U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting           Ways and Means.                                          Means.
the Service’s final rule—Developing Interim              764. A letter from the Chief, Regulations                776. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
Requirements for Designated Delivery Serv-             Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
ices Under Section 7502(f) of the Internal             the Service’s final rule—Medical Savings Ac-             the Service’s final rule—Setting Forth the
Revenue Code (Announcement 96–108) re-                 counts [Notice 96–53] received December 2,               Inflation Adjusted Items for 1997, Including
ceived October 15, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.          1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          the Tax Rate Tables, the Standard Deduc-
801(a)91)(A); to the Committee on Ways and             Committee on Ways and Means.                             tion, and Several Other Items [Rev. Proc. 96–
Means.                                                   765. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              59] received December 12, 1996, pursuant to 5
  753. A letter from the Chief, Regulations            Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting           the Service’s final rule—Estate Tax Regula-              Ways and Means.
the Service’s final rule—Action on Decision            tions for a Qualified Domestic Trust [Rev-                 777. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
in Brown Group, Inc. v. Commissioner (77               enue Procedure 96–54] received November 27,              Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
F.3d 217) received October 17, 1996, pursuant          1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          the Service’s final rule—Extension of Test of
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on          Committee on Ways and Means.                             Mediation Procedure for Appeals [Announce-
Ways and Means.                                          766. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              ment 97–1] received December 12, 1996, pursu-
  754. A letter from the Chief, Regulations            Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting           the Service’s final rule—Requirements to                 on Ways and Means.
the Service’s final rule—Action on Decision            Ensure Collection of Section 2056A Estate                  778. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
in Velinsky v. Commissioner (Dkt. No. 5469–            Tax [TD 8686] (RIN: 1545–AT64) received No-              Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
94) received October 15, 1996, pursuant to 5           vember 27, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                    the Service’s final rule—Sale of Seized Prop-
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and               erty [TD 8691] (RIN: 1545–AU13 received De-
Ways and Means.                                        Means.                                                   cember 16, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
  755. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              767. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting           Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             Means.
                                                                                                                  779. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
the Service’s final rule—Examination of re-            the Service’s final rule—Source of Income
                                                                                                                Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
turns and claims for refund, credit, or abate-         from Sales of Inventory and Natural Re-
                                                                                                                the Service’s final rule—Reissuance of Mort-
ment; determination of correct tax liability           sources Produced in One Jurisdiction and
                                                                                                                gage Credit Certificates [TD 8692] (RIN: 1545–
(Rev. Proc. 96–51) received November 1, 1996,          Sold in Another Jurisdiction [TD 8687] (RIN:
                                                                                                                AR57) received December 16, 1996, pursuant
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         1545–AT92) received November 27, 1996, pursu-
                                                                                                                to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on
mittee on Ways and Means.                              ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
                                                                                                                Ways and Means.
  756. A letter from the Chief, Regulations            on Ways and Means.                                         780. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             768. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
the Service’s final rule—Weighted Average              Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             the Service’s final rule—Examination of Re-
Interest Rate Update (Notice 96–54) received           the Service’s final rule—Treatment of a                  turns and Claims for Refund, Credit, or
October 30, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                 Trust as Domestic or Foreign—Changes                     Abatement; Determination of Correct Tax
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and             Made by the Small Business Protection Act                Liability [Rev. Proc. 96–58] received Decem-
Means.                                                 [Notice 96–65] received December 9, 1996, pur-           ber 16, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);
  757. A letter from the Chief, Regulations            suant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-              to the Committee on Ways and Means.
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting           mittee on Ways and Means.                                  781. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
the Service’s final rule—Educational Assist-             769. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
ance Programs (Rev. Rul. 96–41) received Oc-           Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             the Service’s final rule—Optional Standard
tober 21, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   the Service’s final rule—Taxation of Fringe              Mileage Rates for Employees, Self-Employed
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and             Benefits [26 CFR 1.61–21] [Revenue Ruling 96–            Individuals, or Other Taxpayers To Use in
Means.                                                 58] received December 9, 1996, pursuant to 5             Computing the Deductible Costs of Operating
  758. A letter from the Chief, Regulations            U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 a Passenger Automobile for Business, Chari-
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting           Ways and Means.                                          table, Medical, or Moving Expense Purposes
the Service’s final rule—Information Report-             770. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              [Rev. Proc. 96–63] received December 16, 1996,
ing for Discharges of Indebtedness: Waiver of          Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
Penalties in Certain Circumstances For For-            the Service’s final rule—Low-Income Hous-                mittee on Ways and Means.
eign Financial Entities [Notice 96–61] re-             ing Credit [Revenue Ruling 96–59] received                 782. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
ceived November 14, 1996, pursuant to 5                December 9, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and               the Service’s final rule—Examination of Re-
Ways and Means.                                        Means.                                                   turns and Claims for Refund, Credit, or
  759. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              771. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              Abatement; Determination of Correct Tax
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting           Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             Liability [Rev. Proc. 96–64] received Decem-
the Service’s final rule—Determination of              the Service’s final rule—Cessation of Donor’s            ber 16, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);
Issue Price in the Case of Certain Debt In-            Dominion and Control [26 CFR 25.2511–2]                  to the Committee on Ways and Means.
struments Issue for Property [Revenue Rul-             [Revenue Ruling 96–56] received December 9,                783. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
ing 96–57] received November 21, 1996, pursu-          1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the          Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee         Committee on Ways and Means.                             the Service’s final rule—Rulings and Deter-
on Ways and Means.                                       772. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              mination Letters [Rev. Proc. 96–56] received
  760. A letter from the Chief, Regulations            Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             December 16, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting           the Service’s final rule—Rulings and Deter-              801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and
the Service’s final rule—Weighted Average              mination Letters [26 CFR 601.201] [Rev. Proc.            Means.
Interest Rate Update [Notice 96–59] received           96–55] received December 9, 1996, pursuant to              784. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
November 25, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and             Ways and Means.                                          the Service’s final rule—Diesel Fuel Excise
Means.                                                   773. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              Tax; Special Rules for Alaska [TD 8693] (RIN:
  761. A letter from the Chief, Regulations            Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             1545–AU52) received December 16, 1996, pursu-
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting           the Service’s final rule—Certain Elections               ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee
the Service’s final rule—Logos and Identi-             Under the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation                  on Ways and Means.
fying Slogans on Substitute Forms 1099 [No-            Act of 1993 [TD 8688] (RIN: 1545–AS14) re-                 785. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
tice 96–62] received November 15, 1996, pursu-         ceived December 11, 1996, pursuant to 5                  Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting
ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee         U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on                 the Service’s final rule—Disclosure of Return
on Ways and Means.                                     Ways and Means.                                          Information to the U.S. Custom Service [TD
  762. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              774. A letter from the Chief, Regulations              8694] (RIN: 1545–AS52) received December 16,
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting           Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting             1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the
the Service’s final rule—Last-in, First-out            the Service’s final rule—Definitions Relating            Committee on Ways and Means.
Inventories (Revenue Ruling 96–60) received            to Application of Exclusion under Section                  786. A letter from the Chief, Regulations
December 2, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                 127 of the Internal Revenue Code [Notice 96–             Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting


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the Service’s final rule—Disclosure of Return          Lawful Admission for Permanent Residence                 port on deliveries to the Government of Bos-
Information to Procure Property or Services            in the United States (RIN: 0960–AD90) re-                nia and Herzegovina, pursuant to Public Law
for Tax Administration Purposes [TD 8695]              ceived October 31, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.            104–107, section 540(c) (110 Stat. 736); jointly,
(RIN: 1545–AT48) received December 16, 1996,           801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and               to the Committees on International Rela-
pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-         Means.                                                   tions and Appropriations.
mittee on Ways and Means.                                798. A letter from the National Security                 808. A letter from the Assistant Secretary
  787. A letter from the Chief, Regulations            Council, transmitting on behalf of the Presi-            for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting           dent the report to Congress called for in sec-           transmitting notification of the Depart-
the Service’s final rule—Application of Sec-           tion 406 of the Department of State and Re-              ment’s intent to obligate funds to support
tion 401(a)(9) to Employees who Attain Age             lated Agencies Appropriations Act, 1997;                 United States efforts in Bosnia, pursuant to
701⁄2 in 1996 [Notice 96–67] received December         jointly, to the Committees on Appropria-                 22 U.S.C. 2394–1(a); jointly, to the Commit-
13, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to        tions and International Relations.                       tees on International Relations and Appro-
the Committee on Ways and Means.                         799. A letter from the Deputy Under Sec-               priations.
  788. A letter from the Chief, Regulations            retary of Defense (Environmental Security),                809. A letter from the Assistant Secretary
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting           Department of Defense, transmitting a re-                for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,
the Service’s final rule—Employee Plans and            port on the Defense Environmental Restora-               transmitting obligation of funds for addi-
Exempt Organizations; Requests for Certain             tion Program for fiscal year 1995, pursuant              tional program proposals for purposes of
Determination Letters and Applications For             to 10 U.S.C. 2706(a)(1); jointly, to the Com-            nonproliferation and disarmament fund ac-
Recognition of Exemption [Announcement                 mittees on National Security and Commerce.               tivities, pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 5858; jointly,
96–133] received December 13, 1996, pursuant             800. A letter from the Secretary of Energy,            to the Committees on International Rela-
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on          transmitting notification that the Depart-               tions and Appropriations.
Ways and Means.                                        ment has submitted drafts of all nine chap-                810. A letter from the Assistant Secretary
  789. A letter from the Chief, Regulations            ters of the compliance certification applica-            for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,
Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting           tion to the Environmental Protection Agen-               transmitting a copy of Presidential Deter-
the Service’s final rule—Deductability, Sub-           cy, pursuant to Public Law 102–579 section               mination No. 97–10: Continued Vietnamese
stantiation, and Disclosure of Certain Chari-          8(d)(1); jointly, to the Committees on Na-               Cooperation in Accounting for United States
table Contributions [TD 8690] (RIN: 1545–              tional Security and Commerce.                            Prisoners of War and Missing in Action
AS94) received December 13, 1996, pursuant               801. A letter from the Secretary of Labor,
                                                                                                                (POW/MIA); jointly, to the Committees on
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on          transmitting the Department’s annual re-
                                                                                                                International Relations and Appropriations.
                                                       port to Congress on the fiscal year 1995 pro-              811. A letter from the Chairman, Federal
Ways and Means.
  790. A communication from the President              gram operations of the Office of Workers’                Election Commission, transmitting the Com-
of the United States, transmitting a report            Compensation Programs [OWCP], the admin-
                                                                                                                mission’s fiscal year 1998 budget request,
concerning his actions in response to the ITC          istration of the Black Lung Benefits Act
                                                                                                                pursuant to 2 U.S.C. 437d(d)(1); jointly, to the
safeguards investigation of broom-corn                 [BLBA], the Longshore and Harbor Workers’
                                                                                                                Committees on House and Oversight and Ap-
brooms, pursuant to section 203(b)(1) of the           Compensation Act [LHWCA], and the Federal
                                                                                                                propriations.
Trade Act of 1974; to the Committee on Ways            Employees’ Compensation Act for the period                 812. A letter from the Chairman, Federal
                                                       October 1, 1994, through September 30, 1995,             Election Commission, transmitting an ad-
and Means.
  791. A letter from the Secretary of Agri-            pursuant to 30 U.S.C. 936(b); to the Com-
                                                                                                                dendum to the fiscal year 1998 budget request
culture, transmitting the Department’s                 mittee on Education and the Workforce.
                                                                                                                with respect to tuition assistance; jointly, to
                                                         802. A letter from the Secretary of Energy,
‘‘Major’’ final rule—Dairy Tariff-Rate Im-                                                                      the Committees on House and Oversight and
                                                       transmitting a copy of the Federal Alter-
port Quota Licensing (7 CFR Part 6) received                                                                    Appropriations.
                                                       native Motor Fuels Program fifth annual re-
October 14, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                                                                            813. A letter from the Assistant Secretary
                                                       port to Congress, July 1996, pursuant to 42
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and                                                                      for Legislative Affairs, Department of State,
                                                       U.S.C. 6374c; jointly, to the Committees on
Means.                                                                                                          transmitting certification that Thailand has
                                                       Commerce and Science.
  792. A letter from the Secretary of Health             803. A letter from the Secretary of Energy,            adopted a regulatory program governing the
and Human Services, transmitting the De-               transmitting the Department’s ninth annual               incidental taking of certain sea turtles, pur-
partment’s ‘‘Major’’ final rule—Inpatient              report to Congress summarizing the Depart-               suant to Public Law 101–162, section 609(b)(2)
Hospital Deductible and Hospital and Ex-               ment’s progress during fiscal year 1995 in im-           (103 Stat. 1038); jointly, to the Committees
tended Care Services Coinsurance Amounts               plementing the requirements of the Com-                  on Resources and Appropriations.
for 1997 [OACT–054–N] (RIN: 0938–AH08) re-             prehensive Environmental Response, Com-                    814. A letter from the Assistant Attorney
ceived November 6, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.          pensation, and Liability Act, pursuant to                General, Department of Justice, transmit-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and             Public Law. 99–499, section 120(e)(5) (100 Stat.         ting a draft of proposed legislation to include
Means.                                                 1669); jointly, to the Committees on Com-                American Samoa in the Act of October 4,
  793. A letter from the Secretary of Health           merce and Transportation and Infrastruc-                 1984 (98 Stat. 1732, 48 U.S.C. section 1662a),
and Human Services, transmitting the De-               ture.                                                    dealing with territories of the United States,
partment’s final rule—Medicare Program;                  804. A letter from the Secretary of Health             and for other purposes; jointly, to the Com-
Part A Premium for 1997 for the Uninsured              and Human Services, transmitting the De-                 mittees on Resources and the Judiciary.
Aged and for Certain Disabled Individuals              partment’s final rule—Medicare Program;                    815. A letter from the Secretary of Trans-
Who Have Exhausted Other Entitlement                   Monthly Actuarial Rates and Monthly Sup-                 portation, transmitting the Department’s
[OACT–053–N] (RIN: 0938–AH45) received No-             plementary Medical Insurance Premium                     third edition of the surface transportation
vember 6, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.                   Rate Beginning January 1, 1997 [OACT–052–N]              research and development plan, pursuant to
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and             (RIN: 0938–AH42) received October 26, 1996,              Public Law 102–240, section 6009(b)(8) (105
Means.                                                 pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); jointly, to           Stat. 2177); jointly, to the Committees on
  794. A letter from the Secretary of Health           the Committees on Commerce and Ways and                  Transportation     and    Infrastructure     and
and Human Services, transmitting the De-               Means.                                                   Science.
partment’s final rule—Foster Care Mainte-                805. A letter from the Secretary of Health               816. A letter from the Chairman, National
nance Payments, Adoption Assistance, Child             and Human Services, transmitting the De-                 Transportation Safety Board, transmitting a
and Family Services (RIN: 0970–AB34) re-               partment’s ‘‘Major’’ final rule—Medicare                 copy of the Board’s budget request for fiscal
ceived December 6, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.          Program; Revisions to Payment Policies and               year 1998, pursuant to 49 U.S.C. app.
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and             Five-Year Review of and Adjustments to the               1903(b)(7); jointly, to the Committees on
Means.                                                 Relative Value Units Under the Physician                 Transportation and Infrastructure and Ap-
  795. A letter from the Inspector General,            Fee Schedule for Calendar Year 1997 [BPD–                propriations.
Social Security Administration, transmit-              852–FC] (RIN: 0938–AH40) received November                 817. A letter from the Chairman, National
ting the Administration’s final rule—Civil             25, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A);             Transportation Safety Board, transmitting
Monetary Penalties, Assessments and Rec-               jointly, to the Committees on Commerce and               the Board’s amended budget request for fis-
ommended Exclusions (RIN: 0960–AE23) re-               Ways and Means.                                          cal year 1998; jointly, to the Committees on
ceived April 16, 1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.              806. A letter from the Secretary of Health             Transportation and Infrastructure and Ap-
801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and             and Human Services, transmitting the De-                 propriations.
Means.                                                 partment’s ‘‘Major’’ final rule—Medicare                   818. A letter from the Chairman, National
  796. A letter from the Chief of Staff, Social        Program; Physician Fee Schedule Update for               Transportation Safety Board, transmitting a
Security Administration, transmitting the              Calendar Year 1997 and Physician volume                  copy of the Safety Board’s appeal letter to
Administration’s final rule—Overpayment                Performance Standard Rates of Increase for               OMB regarding the fiscal year 1998 budget re-
Appeal and Waiver Rights (RIN: 0960–AD99)              Federal Fiscal Year 1997 [BPD–853–FN] (RIN:              quest, pursuant to 49 U.S.C. app. 1903(b)(7);
received October 29, 1996, pursuant to 5               0938–AH41) received November 25, 1996, pursu-            jointly, to the Committees on Transpor-
U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on               ant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); jointly, to the            tation and Infrastructure and Appropria-
Ways and Means.                                        Committees on Commerce and Ways and                      tions.
  797. A letter from the Chief of Staff, Social        Means.                                                     819. A letter from the Chairman, Railroad
Security Administration, transmitting the                807. A letter from the Director, Defense Se-           Retirement Board, transmitting a copy of
Administration’s final rule—Evidence of                curity Assistance Agency, transmitting a re-             the U.S. Railroad Retirement Board’s 1996


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1997                                               HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES                                                                            T 1.48
annual report to the President and the Con-                  By Mr. SHUSTER (for himself and Mr.                      By Mr. ARCHER:
gress, pursuant to 45 U.S.C. 231f(b)(6); joint-                OBERSTAR):                                         H.R. 11. A bill to amend the Federal Elec-
ly, to the Committees on Transportation and              H.R. 4. A bill to provide off-budget treat-            tion Campaign Act of 1971 to prohibit polit-
Infrastructure and Appropriations.                     ment for the Highway Trust Fund, the Air-                ical action committees from making con-
  820. A letter from the Associate Director,           port and Airway Trust Fund, the Inland Wa-               tributions or expenditures for the purpose of
National Institute for Standards and Tech-             terways Trust Fund, and the Harbor Mainte-               influencing elections for Federal office, and
nology, transmitting the Institute’s final             nance Trust Fund; to the Committee on                    for other purposes; to the Committee on
rule—Procedures for Implementation of the              Transportation and Infrastructure, and in                House Oversight.
Fastener Quality Act [Docket No. 960726209–            addition to the Committee on the Budget,                       By Mr. SCHUMER (for himself and Mr.
6209–01] (RIN: 0693–AA90) received October 7,          for a period to be subsequently determined                       NADLER):
1996, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); joint-        by the Speaker, in each case for consider-                 H.R. 12. A bill to prevent handgun violence
ly, to the Committees on Science and Com-              ation of such provisions as fall within the ju-          and illegal commerce in handguns; to the
merce.                                                 risdiction of the committee concerned.                   Committee on the Judiciary.
  821. A letter from the Secretary of Health                 By Mr. GOODLING (for himself, Mr.                        By Mr. BASS:
and Human Services, transmitting the De-                       RIGGS, Mr. CASTLE, Mr. PETRI, Mr.                  H.R. 13. A bill to amend the Silvio O. Conte
partment’s final rule—Medicare Program;                        BALLENGER, Mr. BARRETT of Ne-                    National Fish and Wildlife Refuge Act to
Changes Concerning Suspension of Medicare                      braska, Mr. MCKEON, Mr. TALENT,                  provide that the Secretary of the Interior
Payments, and Determination of Allowable                       Mr. GREENWOOD, Mr. KNOLLENBERG,                  may acquire lands for purposes of that act
Interest Expenses [BPO–118–FC] (RIN: 0938–                     Mr. GRAHAM, Mr. SOUDER, Mr.                      only by donation or exchange, or otherwise
AC99) received December 13, 1996, pursuant                     MCINTOSH, Mr. NORWOOD, and Mr.                   with the consent of owner of the lands; to
to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); jointly, to the Com-                 CUNNINGHAM):                                     the Committee on Resources.
mittees on Ways and Means and Commerce.                                                                               By Mr. DREIER (for himself, Ms.
  822. A letter from the Director, Office of             H.R. 5. A bill to amend the Individuals
                                                                                                                        MCCARTHY of Missouri, Mr. ENGLISH
Management and Budget, transmitting a re-              with Disabilities Education Act, to reauthor-
                                                                                                                        of Pennsylvania, Mr. MORAN of Vir-
port that identifies accounts containing               ize and make improvements to that act, and
                                                                                                                        ginia, and Mr. HALL of Texas.
unvouchered expenditures that are poten-               for other purposes; to the Committee on                    H.R. 14. A bill to amend the Internal Rev-
tially subject to audit by the comptroller             Education and the Workforce.                             enue Code of 1986 to provide maximum rates
general, pursuant to 31 U.S.C. 3524(b); joint-               By Mr. MCKEON (for himself, Mr.                    of tax on capital gains of 14 percent for indi-
ly, to the Committees on Appropriations, the                   GOODLING, Mr. CLAY, and Mr. KIL-                 viduals and 28 percent for corporations and
                                                               DEE):
Budget, and Government Reform and Over-                                                                         to index the basis of assets of individuals for
sight.                                                   H.R. 6. A bill to extend the authorization             purposes of determining gains and losses; to
                                                       of programs under the Higher Education Act               the Committee on Ways and Means.
T 1.47 ADJOURNMENT                                     of 1965, and for other purposes; to the Com-                   By Mr. THOMAS (for himself, Mr. BILI-
                                                       mittee on Education and the Workforce.                           RAKIS, and Mr. CARDIN):
   On motion of Mr. MCCOLLUM, pursu-
                                                             By Mr. BILBRAY (for himself, Mr. AR-                 H.R. 15. A bill to amend title XVIII of the
ant to the special order heretofore                            CHER, Mr. BALLENGER, Mr. BEREUTER,               Social Security Act to improve preventive
agreed to, at 6 o’clock and 20 minutes                         Mr. BRYANT, Mr. CUNNINGHAM, Mr.                  benefits under the Medicare Program; to the
p.m., the House adjourned until 12                             DOOLITTLE, Mr. GOODLATTE, Mr.                    Committee on Commerce, and in addition to
o’clock noon on Thursday, January 9,                           HERGER, Mr. HORN, Mr. HUNTER, Mr.                the Committee on Ways and Means, for a pe-
1997.                                                          INGLIS of South Carolina, Mr. JONES,             riod to be subsequently determined by the
                                                               Mr. MCCOLLUM, Mr. MCINTOSH, Mr.                  Speaker, in each case for consideration of
T 1.48 PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS                            MCKEON, Mr. PACKARD, Mr. RADANO-                 such provisions as fall within the jurisdic-
   Under clause 5 of Rule X and clause 4                       VICH, Mr. RIGGS, Mr. ROHRABACHER,                tion of the committee concerned.
of Rule XXII, bills and resolutions of                         Mr. ROYCE, Mr. SKEEN, Mr. TRAFI-                       By Mr. DINGELL:
                                                               CANT, Mr. WAMP, Mr. WELDON of Flor-                H.R. 16. A bill to provide a program of na-
the following titles were introduced                           ida, and Mr. WELLER):                            tional health insurance, and for other pur-
and severally referred, as follows:                                                                             poses; to the Committee on Commerce, and
                                                         H.R. 7. A bill to amend the Immigration
      By Mr. BALLENGER (for himself, Mr.               and Nationality Act to deny citizenship at               in addition to the Committee on Ways and
        GOODLING, Mrs. MYRICK, Ms. DUNN of             birth to children born in the United States of           Means, for a period to be subsequently deter-
        Washington, Ms. MOLINARI, Mr.                  parents who are not citizens or permanent                mined by the Speaker, in each case for con-
        GREENWOOD, Mr. SHAYS, Mr. STEN-                resident aliens; to the Committee on the Ju-             sideration of such provisions as fall within
        HOLM, Ms. PRYCE of Ohio, Mr. DOOLEY            diciary.                                                 the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
        of California, Mr. UPTON, Mrs.                       By Mr. BILBRAY (for himself, Mr.                         By Mr. POMEROY:
        FOWLER, Mr. FOX of Pennsylvania,                       BARTON of Texas, Mr. FILNER, Mr.                   H.R. 17. A bill to amend the Internal Rev-
        Ms. GRANGER, Mr. CAMPBELL, Mr.                         HUNTER, Mr. CUNNINGHAM, Mr. CAL-                 enue Code of 1986 to encourage retirement
        PETRI, Mr. FAWELL, Mr. RIGGS, Mr.                      VERT, Mr. BONO, and Mr. CONDIT):                 savings by allowing more individuals to
        KNOLLENBERG, Mr. NORWOOD, Mr.                    H.R. 8. A bill to amend the Clean Air Act              make contributions to individual retirement
        BURR of North Carolina, Mr. HERGER,            to deny entry into the United States of cer-             plans, and for other purposes; to the Com-
        Mr. BARRETT of Nebraska, Mr.                   tain foreign motor vehicles that do not com-             mittee on Ways and Means.
        MCKEON,     Mr.   CUNNINGHAM,    Mr.           ply with State laws governing motor vehi-                  H.R. 18. A bill to amend the Internal Rev-
        GRAHAM, Mr. INGLIS of South Caro-              cles emissions, and for other purposes; to the           enue Code of 1986 to increase to 100 percent
        lina, Mr. HAYWORTH, Mr. MILLER of              Committee on Commerce.                                   the amount of the deduction for the health
        Florida, Mr. COBURN, Mr. MCCOLLUM,                   By Mr. SERRANO:                                    insurance costs of self-employed individuals;
        Mr. EHLERS, Mr. BARTLETT of Mary-                                                                       to the Committee on Ways and Means.
        land, Mr. GOSS, Mr. GOODLATTE, Mr.               H.R. 9. A bill to waive certain prohibitions             H.R. 19. A bill to amend the Internal Rev-
        MCINTOSH, Mr. LATOURETTE, Mr.                  with respect to nationals of Cuba coming to              enue Code of 1986 to provide a deduction for
        NEY, Mr. BUNNING of Kentucky, Mr.              the United States to play organized profes-              higher education expenses; to the Committee
        BOEHNER, and Mr. SMITH of Texas):              sional baseball; referred to the Committee               on Ways and Means.
  H.R. 1. A bill to amend the Fair Labor               on International Relations, and in addition                    By Mr. MICA:
Standards Act of 1938 to provide compen-               to the Committee on the Judiciary, for a pe-               H.R. 20. A bill to authorize the Architect of
satory time for employees in the private sec-          riod to be subsequently determined by the                the Capitol to establish a Capitol Visitor
tor; to the Committee on Education and the             Speaker, in each case for consideration of               Center under the East Plaza of the U.S. Cap-
Workforce.                                             such provisions as fall within the jurisdic-             itol, and for other purposes; to the Com-
      By Mr. LAZIO of New York:                        tion of the committee concerned.                         mittee on Transportation and Infrastruc-
  H.R. 2. A bill to repeal the United States                 By Mr. LEACH (for himself, Mrs. ROU-               ture.
Housing Act of 1937, deregulate the public                     KEMA, Mr. CASTLE, and Mr. LAZIO of                     By Mr. CONYERS:
housing program and the program for rental                     New York):                                         H.R. 21. A bill to require the general appli-
housing assistance for low-income families,              H.R. 10. A bill to enhance competition in              cation of the antitrust laws to major league
and increase community control over such               the financial services industry by providing             baseball, and for other purposes; to the Com-
programs, and for other purposes; to the               a prudential framework for the affiliation of            mittee on the Judiciary.
Committee on Banking and Financial Serv-               banks, securities firms, and other financial                   By Mr. MCHUGH:
ices.                                                  service providers, and for other purposes; re-             H.R. 22. A bill to reform the postal laws of
      By Mr. MCCOLLUM (for himself, Mr.                ferred to the Committee on Banking and Fi-               the United States; to the Committee on Gov-
        COBLE, Mr. BARR of Georgia, Mr. BRY-           nancial Services, and in addition to the Com-            ernment Reform and Oversight.
        ANT, and Mr. CANADY of Florida):               mittee on Commerce, for a period to be sub-                    By Mr. CLAY:
  H.R. 3. A bill to combat violent youth               sequently determined by the Speaker, in                    H.R. 23. A bill to amend the Fair Labor
crime and increase accountability for juve-            each case for consideration of such provi-               Standards Act of 1938 to provide for legal ac-
nile criminal offenses; to the Committee on            sions as fall within the jurisdiction of the             countability for sweatshop conditions in the
the Judiciary.                                         committee concerned.                                     garment industry, and for other purposes; to


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