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ander Lukashenka to engage in negotiations with the representatives of the opposition and to restore the constitutional rights of the Belarusian people; to the Committee on International Relations.

By Mr. PAUL: H. Con. Res. 231. Concurrent resolution expressing the sense of the Congress that the Panama Canal and the Panama Canal Zone should be considered to be the sovereign territory of the United States; to the Committee on Armed Services.

By Mr. CONDIT (for himself and Mr.

PORTMAN): H. Res. 377. A resolution amending the Rules of the House of Representatives to improve deliberation on proposed Federal private sector mandates; to the Committee on Rules.

By Mr. GREEN of Wisconsin: H. Res. 378. A resolution recognizing the vital importance of hunting as a legitimate tool of wildlife resource management; to the Committee on Resources.

By Mr. SCARBOROUGH: H. Res. 379. A resolution recognizing and commending the personnel of Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, for their participation and efforts in support of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's (NATO) Operation Allied Force in the Balkan region; to the Committee on Armed Services.

By Mr. WELDON of Pennsylvania (for

himself, Mr. OBERSTAR, Mr. GILMAN,
Mr. SAXTON, Mr. BURTON of Indiana,
Mr. HILL of Montana, Mr.
KUYKENDALL, Mr. CAMPBELL, Mr.
WALDEN of Oregon, Mr. SWEENEY, Mr.
TRAFICANT, Mr. PITTS, Mr. LEWIS of
Kentucky, Mr. BARTLETT of Mary-
land, Mr. WICKER, Mr. LOBIONDO, Mr.
WELDON of Florida, Mr. PACKARD, Mr.
TAYLOR of Mississippi, Mr. GOODE,
Mr. CONDIT, Mr. CRAMER, Mr. REYES,
Mr. RODRIGUEZ, Mr. DICKS, Mr. AN-
DREWS, Mr. BORSKI, Mr. HOLDEN, Mr.

KLINK, and Mr. ABERCROMBIE): H. Res. 380. A resolution expressing the sense of the House of Representatives concerning the location and removal of weapons caches placed in the United States by the Russian or Soviet Government; to the Committee on International Relations, and in addition to the Committee on Armed Services, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concerned.

H.R. 25: Mr. SMITH of New Jersey.
H.R. 72: Mr. STEARNS.
H.R. 82: Mr. WU and Mr. ROTHMAN.
H.R. 113: Mr. KINGSTON.
H.R. 229: Mr. CUMMINGS.

H.R. 239: Mr. SISISKY, Mr. NADLER, Mr. LANTOS, Mr. HALL of Texas, Mr. SHAYS, and Mr. ANDREWS.

H.R. 271: Mr. UDALL of Colorado.

H.R. 303: Mr. QUINN, Mr. CANNON, and Mr. RUSH.

H.R. 382: Ms. SLAUGHTER and Mrs. CAPPS.

H.R. 443: Mr. WOLF, Ms. SLAUGHTER, Mr. SANDERS, and Mr. Goss.

H.R. 491: Mrs. CAPPS.
H.R. 531: Mr. ROGAN.
H.R. 568: Mrs. JONES of Ohio.
H.R. 664: Mr. LAFALCE.
H.R. 710: Mr. HILLIARD.
H.R. 721: Ms. SLAUGHTER.
H.R. 745: Mr. ANDREWS.
H.R. 750: Mr. OWENS.
H.R. 765: Mr. BACHUS and Mr. CUNNINGHAM.
H.R. 835: Mr. LANTOS.

H.R. 844: Mr. GOODLING, Mr. UDALL of New Mexico, Mr. CUNNINGHAM, Mr. DOOLITTLE, Ms. PELOSI, Ms. CARSON, Mr. BAIRD, Mr. TURNER, Mr. BURTON of Indiana, and Mr. CLEMENT.

H.R. 860: Ms. ROYBAL-ALLARD.
H.R. 878: Mr. CHABOT.
H.R. 952: Mr. FARR of California.
H.R. 960: Mr. KENNEDY of Rhode Island.
H.R. 1003: Mr. SESSIONS.
H.R. 1020: Mr. SPRATT.

H.R. 1029: Mr. BONIOR, Mr. SNYDER, Ms. SCHAKOWSKY, Mr. COOK, and Mr. LARSON.

H.R. 1041: Mr. CHABOT, and Mr. STEARNS.
H.R. 1167: Mr. BLUMENAUER.

H.R. 1172: Mrs. MALONEY of New York, Mr. BROWN of Ohio, Mr. DIAZ-BALART, Mr. GORDON, Mr. BAKER, Mr. BALDACCI, Mr. BILBRAY, Mrs. JONES of Ohio, Mr. SAWYER, Mr. LAHOOD, Mr. BARTLETT of Maryland, Mr. SANDERS, Mr. CALLAHAN, Mrs. ROUKEMA, Ms. DUNN, Mr. RODRIGUEZ, Mr. MCINTRYE, and Mrs. NAPOLITANO.

H.R. 1176: Mrs. LOWEY.
H.R. 1187: Mr. BALLENGER.
H.R. 1193: Mr. BLUMENAUER.
H.R. 1195: Mr. PAYNE.

H.R. 1228: Mr. HALL of Ohio and Mr. BERMAN.

H.R. 1234: Mr. Cox.

H.R. 1275: Mr. CROWLEY, Mr. LARSON, Mr. TOWNS, Mr. LOBIONDO, Mr. MARKEY, Mr. WHITFIELD, Mr. WOLF, Mr. WEYGAND, Mr. SAWYER, Ms. BALDWIN, Mr. PASCRELL, Mr. WELDON of Pennsylvania, Mr. TRAFICANT, Mr. LEVIN, Mr. BAIRD, Mr. SANDERS, Ms. MCKINNEY, Mrs. JOHNSON of Connecticut, Mr. DIXON, Mr. KLINK, Mr. CRANE, Mrs. ROUKEMA, Ms. MILLENDER-MCDONALD, Mr. KILDEE, Mr. GUTIERREZ, Mr. DAVIS of Virginia, Mr. BECERRA, Mr. GREEN of Texas, Ms. STABENOW, and Mr. TOOMEY.

H.R. 1291: Mr. MALONEY of Connecticut.
H.R. 1358: Mr. PRICE of North Carolina.
H.R. 1456: Ms. STABENOW and Mr. SANDLIN.

H.R. 1495: Mrs. MINK of Hawaii and Mr. LAFALCE.

H.R. 1505: Mr. DUNCAN and Mr. KLINK.
H.R. 1592: Mr. RUSH.
H.R. 1620: Mr. HASTINGS of Washington.

H.R. 1640: Mr. SERRANO, Mr. OWENS, Mr. NADLER, and Mr. HINCHEY.

H.R. 1697: Mr. NUSSLE.

H.R. 1776: Mr. JOHN, Mr. LARSON, Mr. KIND, Mr. FORBES, Mr. COMBEST, and Mr. THOMPSON of California.

H.R. 1795: Mr. HEFLEY, Mr. HAYES, Mr. LEWIS of Georgia, Mr. SPENCE, and Mr. HOSTETTLER.

H.R. 1827: Mr. TURNER and Mr. FOLEY.
H.R. 1837:

Mr. SHERMAN and Mrs. CHRISTENSEN.

H.R. 1843: Mrs. CLAYTON, Mrs. MALONEY of New York, Mr. VITTER, and Mr. BALDACCI.

H.R. 1857: Mr. MORAN of Virginia.

H.R. 1871: Mr. COYNE and Mr. OWENS.
H.R. 1876: Mr. GONZALEZ.

H.R. 1885: Mr. JACKSON of Illinois, Mr. GEORGE MILLER of California, Mr. TIERNEY, and Mr. BONIOR.

H.R. 1886: Mr. FLETCHER.
H.R. 1893: Ms. LOFGREN.
H.R. 1899: Mr. EDWARDS.

H.R. 1941: Mr. STRICKLAND and Ms. BERKLEY.

H.R. 1975: Mr. FRANKS of New Jersey.
H.R. 2000: Mr. MCINTYRE and Mr. MICA.
H.R. 2053: Mr. HINCHEY.

H.R. 2059: Mr. BAIRD and Mr. SMITH of Texas.

H.R. 2066: Mr. SCHAFFER and Mr. BARTON of Texas.

H.R. 2106: Mr. WAMP.
H.R. 2121: Mr. PETRI and Ms. BALDWIN.

H.R. 2129: Mr. HUNTER, Mr. HERGER, Mr. CRAMER, Mr. NUSSLE, Mr. MCHUGH, Mr. FRANKS of New Jersey, Mr. ANDREWS, Mr. WATTS of Oklahoma, Mr. NORWOOD, and Mr. SWEENEY.

H.R. 2162: Mr. SESSIONS and Mr. BASS.
H.R. 2166: Mrs. MALONEY of New York.
H.R. 2247: Mr. STEARNS.
H.R. 2258: Ms. PELOSI.
H.R. 2267: Mr. REGULA.

H.R. 2282: Mr. RYUN of Kansas, Mr. ROGAN, and Mrs. MYRICK.

H.R. 2298: Mr. JACKSON of Illinois.
H.R. 2341: Mr. MARKEY and Mr. MCGOVERN.
H.R. 2359: Mr. CAMP.
H.R. 2362: Mr. PETRI and Mr. MCINTOSH.

H.R. 2372: Ms. DUNN, Mr. GOODLATTE, Mr. COLLINS, Mr. RYUN of Kansas, Mr. CRAMER, and Mr. JOHN.

H.R. 2386: Ms. SLAUGHTER.
H.R. 2450: Mr. FILNER.
H.R. 2486: Mr. OWENS.
H.R. 2493: Mr. GARY MILLER of California.
H.R. 2495: Mr. ANDREWS.
H.R. 2511: Mr. BACHUS and Mr. ROGAN.
H.R. 2567: Mr. RANGEL and Ms. NORTON.
H.R. 2573: Mr. COYNE.
H.R. 2620: Mr. BENTSEN.

H.R. 2631: Ms. WOOLSEY, Mr. BLUMENAUER, and Mr. BERMAN.

H.R. 2640: Mr. REGULA.
H.R. 2650: Ms. LEE.

H.R. 2659: Mr. NADLER, Ms. SCHAKOWSKY, and Mr. RANGEL.

H.R. 2697: Ms. MCKINNEY.
H.R. 2727: Mr. UPTON.

H.R. 2733: Mr. WOLF, Mr. PITTS, Mr. RYUN of Kansas, Mr. ROGAN, and Mrs. MYRICK.

H.R. 2735: Mr. FRANKS of New Jersey.

H.R. 2738: Mr. RAHALL, Mr. BAIRD, Ms. NORTON, and Mr. STUPAK.

H.R. 2749: Ms. PRYCE of Ohio and Mrs. THURMAN.

H.R. 2817: Mr. KENNEDY of Rhode Island.
H.R. 2827: Mr. CHAMBLISS.
H.R. 2832: Mrs. CHRISTENSEN.
H.R. 2859: Mr. GUTIERREZ.

H.R. 2890: Mr. PASTOR and Ms. ROYBAL-ALLARD.

H.R. 2892: Mr. FRELINGHUYSEN.
H.R. 2899: Mr. KENNEDY of Rhode Island.
H.R. 2900: Mr. SANDERS.

H.R. 2902: Mr. MARKEY, Mr. ACKERMAN, Ms. MCKINNEY, and Mrs. JONES of Ohio.

H.R. 2929: Mr. DEFAZIO and Mrs. MALONEY of New York.

H.R. 2971: Mr. CALVERT.
H.R. 2980: Mrs. JONES of Ohio.
H.R. 2985: Mr. GEKAS.

H.R. 2991: Mr. ORTIZ, Mr. SESSIONS, Mr. BRYANT, Mr. LARGENT, Mr. HUTCHINSON, Ms. STABENOW, Mr. WATTS of Oklahoma, and Mr. SMITH of Texas.

H.R. 3086: Mr. COSTELLO.

H.R. 3100: Mr. BILBRAY and Mr. FRANK of Massachusetts.

H.R. 3115: Ms. BERKLEY, Mr. CLYBURN, Mrs. CUBIN, Mr. HILL of Montana, Mr. LEWIS of Kentucky, and Mr. PICKERING.

H.R. 3142: Mr. LATOURETTE.

(133.56 PRIVATE BILLS AND

RESOLUTIONS Under clause 3 of rule XII, private bills and resolutions of the following titles were introduced and severally referred, as follows:

By Mr. MORAN of Kansas: H.R. 3414. A bill for the relief of Luis A. Leon-Molina, Ligia Padron, Juan Leon Padron, Rendy Leon Padron, Manuel Leon Padron, and Luis Leon Padron; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. QUINN: H.R. 3415. A bill for the relief of Natasha Lobankova, Valentina Lobankova, and Boris Lobankova; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

By Mr. TOWNS: H.R. 3416. A bill for the relief of Desmond J. Burke; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

(133.57 ADDITIONAL SPONSORS

Under clause 7 of rule XII, sponsors were added to public bills and resolutions as follows:

H.R. 21: Mr. MASCARA and Mr. MEEKS of New York.

1

H.R. 3144: Ms. RIVERS, Ms. MCKINNEY, Mr. who laid before the House the following ports [DFARS Case 99-D013] received Novem-
FALEOMAVAEGA, and Mrs. THURMAN.
communication:

ber 12, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); H.R. 3150: Mr. DIXON.

to the Committee on Armed Services.

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, H.R. 3159: Mr. BOSWELL.

5398. A letter from the Acting Director, De

WASHINGTON, DC, H.R. 3169: Ms. CARSON.

fense Procurement, Department of Defense,

November 17, 1999. H.R. 3174: Mr. HUTCHINSON.

transmitting the Department's final ruleH.R. 3180: Ms. CARSON and Mr. KUCINICH.

I hereby appoint the Honorable EDWARD A.

Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Sup-
H.R. 3185: Mr. HOYER.
PEASE to act as Speaker pro tempore on this

plement; Subcontracting Goals for Purchases
H.R. 3186: Mr. OXLEY.
day.

Benefiting People Who Are Blind or Severely H.R. 3246: Mr. KINGSTON.

J. DENNIS HASTERT,

Disabled [DFARS Case 99–D304] received NoH.R. 3248: Mr. PITTS and Mr. STEARNS.

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

vember 12, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. H.R. 3251: Ms. DANNER. H.R. 3257: Mr. HASTINGS of Washington. (134.2 APPROVAL OF THE JOURNAL

801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Armed

Services. H.R. 3293: Mr. KLINK.

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. 5399. A letter from the Secretary of DeH.R. 3294: Mr. COMBEST and Mr. RODRIGUEZ.

PEASE, announced he had examined fense, transmitting the approved retirement H.R. 3299: Mr. HAYES.

and approved the Journal of the pro and advancement to the grade of vice admiH.R. 3301: Mr. DELAHUNT. H.R. 3313: Mr. HOUGHTON, Mr. QUINN, and

ral of Vice Admiral Daniel T. Oliver; to the ceedings of Tuesday, November 16, 1999.

Committee on Armed Services. Mr. LAFALCE.

Pursuant to clause 1, rule I, the Jour

5400. A letter from the Federal Register LiH.R. 3320: Ms. DELAURO, Mr. STARK, Mr. nal was approved.

aison Officer, Regulations and Legislation GEORGE MILLER of California, Mr. INSLEE, Mr. COSTELLO, Mr. EDWARDS, Mr. NADLER, (134.3 COMMUNICATIONS

Division, Department of the Treasury, trans

mitting the Department's final rule-Safety Mr. MCDERMOTT, Mr. DELAHUNT, Mr. GREEN

Executive and other communica

and Soundness Standards [Docket No. 99–50] of Texas, Mr. OLVER, Mr. NEAL of Massachu

tions, pursuant to clause 2, rule XIV, (RIN: 1550-AB27) received November 16, 1999, setts, Mr. CAPUANO, Ms. BROWN of Florida, were referred as follows:

pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the ComMr. FILNER, Mrs. MINK of Hawaii, Ms. WATERS, Mr. DEFAZIO, Ms. SLAUGHTER, and Mr.

5390. A letter from the Administrator,

mittee on Banking and Financial Services. MCGOVERN.

5401. A letter from the Federal Register LiFarm Service Agency, Department of Agri

aison Officer, Regulations and Legislation H.R. 3324: Mr. BOSWELL and Mr. ROEMER. culture, transmitting the Department's final

Division, Department of the Treasury, transH.R. 3329: Mr. MENENDEZ. rule-Providing Notice to Deliquent Farm

mitting the Department's final rule—InterH.R. 3330: Mr. ROHRABACHER, Mr. HOLT, Mr. Loan Program Borrowers of the Potential for

agency Guidelines Establishing Year 2000 GUTIERREZ, and Mr. MARKEY. Cross-Servicing (RIN: 0560-AF89) received

Standards for Safety and Soundness [Docket H.J. Res. 53: Mr. DUNCAN and Mr. GOOD November 16, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C.

No. 99–35] (RIN: 1550-AB27) received NovemLING. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Agri

ber 16, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); H.J. Res. 77: Mr. STEARNS, Mr. SWEENEY, culture.

to the Committee on Banking and Financial and Mr. TANCREDO.

5391. A letter from the Congressional Re

Services.
H. Con. Res. 115: Mr. CUMMINGS.

view Coordinator, Department
Department of Agri-

5402. A letter from the Acting Executive H. Con. Res. 165: Mr. ROMERO-BARCELÓ. culture, transmitting the Department's final

Director, Emergency Oil and Gas Guaranteed H. Con. Res. 182: Ms. GRANGER. rule-Mediterranean Fruit Fly; Removal of

Loan Board, transmitting the Board's final H. Con. Res. 186: Mr. HASTINGS of Wash Quarantined Area [Docket No. 98-083–7] re

rule-Emergency Oil and Gas Guaranteed ington, Mr. TAYLOR of North Carolina, Mr. ceived November 16, 1999, pursuant to 5

Loan Program (RIN: 3003–ZA00) received NoTHUNE, Mr. HILL of Montana, Mr. HANSEN, U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ag

vember 10, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. and Mr. LUCAS of Oklahoma. riculture.

801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Banking H. Con. Res. 206: Mr. GILMAN.

5392. A letter from the Congressional Re

and Financial Services. H. Con. Res. 209: Ms. WATERS, Mrs. view Coordinator,

Coordinator, Department
Department of Agri-

5403. A letter from the Managing Director,
CHRISTENSEN, and Mr. RUSH.
culture, transmitting the Department's final

Office of the General Counsel, Federal HousH. Con. Res. 211: Mr. BROWN of Ohio and rule-User Fees; Agricultural Quarantine

ing Finance Board, transmitting the Board's Mr. HASTINGS of Florida. and Inspection Services [Docket No. 98–073–2]

final rule-Allocation of Joint and Several H. Con. Res. 212: Mr. GOODLING. (RIN: 0579-AB05) received November 16, 1999,

Liability on Consolidated Obligations H. Con. Res. 217: Mr. YOUNG of Florida, Mr. pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com

Among the Federal Home Loan Banks [No. BOYD, and Mr. SCARBOROUGH. mittee on Agriculture.

99-51] (RIN: 3069-AA78) received November 16, H. Con. Res. 218: Mr. FRANK of Massachu 5393. A letter from the Director, Office of

1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the setts, Mr. BLAGOJEVICH, Mr. MATSUI, Mr. Regulatory Management and Information,

Committee on Banking and Financial ServGUTIERREZ, Mr. NEAL of Massachusetts, Mr. Environmental Protection Agency, transmit

ices. KLINK, Mr. FRANKS of New Jersey, Mr. Cox, ting the Agency's final rule-Paraquat; Pes

5404. A letter from the Director, Executive Mr. MOAKLEY, and Mr. DUNCAN. ticide Tolerances for Emergency Exemptions

Office of the President, transmitting ConH. Con. Res. 220: Mr. NEY. [OPP-300949; FRL-6392–9] (RIN: 2070-AB78) re

gressional Budget Office and Office of ManH. Con. Res. 228: Mr. EVANS, Mrs. BONO, Mr. ceived November 16, 1999, pursuant to 5

agement and Budget estimates under the BRADY of Pennsylvania, Mr. TURNER, Mr. U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ag

Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit MARTINEZ, Mr. LARSON, Mr. BERMAN, Mr. riculture.

Control Act of 1985, pursuant to Public Law HUNTER, Mr. LANTOS, and Mrs. JONES of

5394. A letter from the Secretary of Agri

105—33 section 10205(2) (111 Stat. 703); to the Ohio.

culture, transmitting a draft of proposed leg Committee on the Budget. H. Res. 201: Mrs. ROUKEMA.

islation to reform the state inspection of 5405. A letter from the Under Secretary, H. Res. 238 Mr. PITTS, Mr. RYUN of Kansas,

meat and poultry in the United States; to Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services, Deand Mrs. MYRICK. the Committee on Agriculture.

partment of Agriculture, transmitting the H. Res. 298: Mr. GILLMOR and Mr. COBLE.

5395. A letter from the Acting Director, De Department's final rule-National School H. Res. 304: Mr. ROTHMAN. fense Procurement, Department of Defense,

Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program H. Res. 315: Mr. THOMPSON of California.

transmitting the Department's final rule and Child and Adult Care Food Program: H. Res. 363: Mr. OSE.

Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Sup Amendments to the Infant Meal Pattern H. Res. 370: Mr. HILLIARD, Mr. SERRANO,

plement; Comprehensive Small Business Mr. COSTELLO, Mr. EVANS, Mr. SHIMKUS, Mr.

(RIN: 0584-AB81) received November 12, 1999, Subcontracting Plans [DFARS Case 99-D306] LUCAS of Kentucky, and Mr. PORTER.

pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Com-
received November 12, 1999, pursuant to 5 mittee on Education and the Workforce.
(133.58 DELETIONS OF SPONSORS FROM

U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on 5406. A letter from the Director, Corporate
Armed Services.

Policy and Research Department, Pension
PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

5396. A letter from the Acting Director, De Benefit Guaranty Corporation, transmitting Under clause 7 of rule XII, sponsor fense Procurement, Department of Defense, the Corporation's final rule—Allocation of was deleted from the public bill as fol transmitting the Department's final rule Assets in Single-Employer Plans; Interest lows:

Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Sup Assumptions for Valuing Benefits-received

plement; Contract Goal for Small DisadvanH.R. 2420: Mr. OWENS.

November 16, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. taged Business and Certain Institutions of 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Education

Higher Education (DFARS Case 99-D305] re and the Workforce. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1999

ceived November 12, 1999, pursuant to 5 5407. A letter from the Environmental Pro-
(134)

U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on tection Agency, transmitting a report on the
Armed Services.

Benefits and Costs of the Clean Air Act, 1990 (134.1 APPOINTMENT OF SPEAKER PRO

5397. A letter from the Acting Director, De to 2010; to the Committee on Commerce. TEMPORE

fense Procurement, Department of Defense, 5408. A letter from the Director, Office of

transmitting the Department's final rule Regulatory Management and Information, The House was called to order by the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Sup Environmental Protection Agency, transmitSPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. PEASE, plement; Debarment Investigation and Re ting the Agency's final rule-Approval of

Municipal Waste Combustor State Plan For Designated Facilities and Pollutants: Indiana [IN94–1a; FRL-6476–9] received November 16, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Commerce.

5409. A letter from the Secretary of Health and Human Services, transmitting a report on telemedicine; to the Committee on Commerce.

5410. A letter from the Acting Director, Defense Security Cooperation Agency, transmitting notification concerning the Department of the Air Force's Proposed Letter(s) of Offer and Acceptance (LOA) to Israel for defense articles and services (Transmittal No. 00–12), pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2776(b); to the Committee on International Relations.

5411. A letter from the Director, Defense Security Assistance Agency, Department of Defense, transmitting a copy of Transmittal No. 00-0A, which relates to the Department of the Army's proposed enhancements or upgrades from the level of sensitivity of technology or capability of defense article(s) previously sold to Singapore, pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2776(b)(5); to the Committee on International Relations.

5412. A letter from the Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs, Department of State, transmitting certification of a proposed license for the export of defense articles or defense services sold commercially under a contract to Russia, Ukraine, Norway, United Kingdom, and Cayman Islands [Transmittal No. DTC 124–99], pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2776(c); to the Committee on International Relations.

5413. A letter from the Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs, Department of State, transmitting certification of a proposed license for the export of defense articles or defense services sold commercially under a contract to Canada [Transmittal No. DTC 99– 99], pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2776(c); to the Committee on International Relations.

5414. A letter from the Assistant Secretary for Legislative Affairs, Department of State, transmitting certification of a

certification of a proposed Manufacturing License Agreement with Canada (Transmittal No. DTC 103-99), pursuant to 22 U.S.C. 2776(d); to the Committee on International Relations.

5415. A letter from the Assistant Legal Adviser for Treaty Affairs, Department of State, transmitting Copies of international agreements, other than treaties, entered into by the United States, pursuant to 1 U.S.C. 112b(a); to the Committee on International Relations.

5416. A letter from the Assistant Secretary for Administration and Management, Department of Labor, transmitting the Department's A-76 inventory of commercial activities; to the Committee on Government Reform.

5417. A letter from the Chairman, Federal Maritime Commission, transmitting the Annual Inventory of Commercial Activities for 1999; to the Committee on Government Reform.

5418. A letter from the Executive Director for Operations, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, transmitting a copy of the "Performance of Commercial Activities Inventory’’; to the Committee on Government Reform.

5419. A letter from the Executive Director, Securities and Exchange Commission, transmitting the Commission's commercial activities inventory as required under the Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act of 1998; to the Committee on Government Reform.

5420. A letter from the Administrator, Small Business Administration, transmitting the Inventory of Commercial Activities for 1999; to the Committee on Government Reform.

5421. A letter from the Director, Trade and Development Agency, transmitting information on their audit and internal management

activities; to the Committee on Government Reform.

5422. A letter from the Independent Counsel, transmitting the fifth annual report for the Office of Independent Counsel, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 595(a)(2); to the Committee on the Judiciary.

5423. A letter from the Attorney General, transmitting the position of the Department of Justice in the Supreme Court in Dickerson v. United States, No. 99–5525, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on the Judiciary.

5424. A letter from the Program Manager, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, transmitting the Bureau's final rule-Implementation of Public Law 104-132, the Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996, Relating to the Marking of Plastic Explosives for the Purpose of Detection (96R-029P) received November 8, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on the Judiciary.

5425. A letter from the Assistant Secretary, Civil Works, Department of the Army, transmitting a report on the TennesseeTombigbee Waterway Mitigation Project, Alabama and Mississippi; to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.

5426. A letter from the Chief, Office of Regulations and Administrative Law, USCG, Department of Transportation, transmitting the Department's final rule-Drawbridge Operation Regulations; Sassafras River, Georgetown, MD [CGD05–99–006] (RIN: 2115– AE47) received November 16, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.

5427. A letter from the Chief, Office of Regulations and Administrative Law, USCG, Department of Transportation, transmitting the Department's final ruleDrawbridge Operation Regulations; Miles River, Easton, MD [CGD05–99–003] (RIN: 2115-AE47) received November 16, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.

5428. A letter from the Chief, Office of Regulations and Administrative Law, USCG, Department of Transportation, transmitting the Department's final rule-Drawbridge Operation Regulations: Niantic River, CT [CGD01–99–087] (RIN: 2115-AE47) received November 16, 1999,

16, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.

5429. A letter from the Chief, Office of Regulations and Administrative Law, USCG, Department of Transportation, transmitting the Department's final rule-Drawbridge Operation Regulations; Illinois River, IL [CCGD08-99-014) (RIN: 2115-AE47) received November 16, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.

5430. A letter from the Chief, Office of Regulations and Administrative Law, USCG, Department of Transportation, transmitting the Department's final rule-Drawbridge Operation Regulations: Kennebec River, ME [CGD01-98-174] (RIN: 2115-AE47) received November 16, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.

5431. A letter from the Chief, Office of Regulations and Administrative Law, USCG, Department of Transportation, transmitting the Department's final rule-Drawbridge Operation Regulations: Hackensack River, Passaic River, NJ [CGD01-99-076] (RIN: 2115– AE47) received November 16, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.

5432. A letter from the Chief, Office of Regulations and Administrative Law, USCG, Department of Transportation, transmitting the Department's final rule—Drawbridge Operation Regulations: Pequonnock River, CT [CGD01-99-086] (RIN: 2115-AE47) received No

vember 16, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.

5433. A letter from the Chief, Office of Regulations and Administrative Law, USCG, Department of Transportation, transmitting the Department's final ruleRegulated Navigation Area; Strait of Juan de Fuca and Adjacent Coastal Waters of Washington; Makah Whale Hunting (CGD 13-98-023] (RIN: 2115-AE84) received November 16, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.

5434. A letter from the Chief, Office of Regulations and Administrative Law, USCG, Department of Transportation, transmitting the Department's final rule-Safety Zones: All Coast Guard and Navy Vessels Involved in Evidence Transport, Narragansett Bay, Davisville Depot, Davisville, Rhode Island [CGD1-99-185] (RIN: 2115-AA97) received November 16, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.

5435. A letter from the Chief, Regulations Unit, Internal Revenue Service, transmitting the Service's final rule—Annuity Contracts [Revenue Procedure 99 44] received November 16, 1999, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 801(a)(1)(A); to the Committee on Ways and Means.

5436. A letter from the Secretary of Health and Human Services, transmitting a report on development of a Medical Support Incentive for the Child Support Enforcement program; to the Committee on Ways and Means.

5437. A letter from the Comptroller General, General Accounting Office, transmitting certification that the trustees have paid all claims arising from the American Trader incident, and have established a reserve as required, pursuant to 43 U.S.C. 1653(c)(4); jointly to the Committees on Transportation and Infrastructure and Resources.

5438. A letter from the Assistant Attorney General, Department of Justice, transmitting a draft of proposed legislation to enhance federal law enforcement's ability to combat illegal money laundering; jointly to the Committees on the Judiciary, Commerce, Ways and Means, and Banking and Financial Services.

(134.4 PROVIDING FOR THE

CONSIDERATION OF H.J. RES. 80 Mr. GOSS, by direction of the Committee on Rules, called up the following resolution (H. Res. 381):

Resolved, That upon the adoption of this resolution it shall be in order without intervention of any point of order to consider in the House the joint resolution (H.J. Res. 80) making further continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 2000, and for other purposes. The joint resolution shall be considered as read for amendment. The previous question shall be considered as ordered on the joint resolution to final passage without intervening motion except: (1) one hour of debate equally divided and controlled by the chairman and ranking minority member of the Committee on Appropriations; and (2) one motion to recommit.

When said resolution was considered. After debate,

On motion of Mr. GOSS, the previous question was ordered on the resolution to its adoption or rejection and under the operation thereof, the resolution was agreed to.

A motion to reconsider the vote whereby said resolution was agreed to was, by unanimous consent, laid on the table.

(134.5 CONTINUING APPROPRIATIONS FY

2000 Mr. YOUNG of Florida, pursuant to House Resolution 381, called up the joint resolution (H.J. Res. 80) making further continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 2000, and for other pur

poses.

When said joint resolution was considered and read twice.

After debate,

The previous question having been ordered by said resolution.

The joint resolution was ordered to be engrossed and read a third time, was read a third time by title.

The question being put, viva voce,

Will the House pass said joint resolution?

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. PEASE, announced that the yeas had it.

Mr. MURTHA demanded that the vote be taken by the yeas and nays, which demand was supported by onefifth of the Members present, so the yeas and nays were ordered.

The vote was taken by electronic device.

It was decided in the \ Yeas 403 affirmative .....

Nays

8

(134.6

Aderholt
Allen
Andrews
Archer
Armey
Bachus
Baird
Baker
Baldacci
Baldwin
Ballenger
Barcia
Barr
Barrett (NE)
Barrett (WI)
Bartlett
Barton
Bass
Bateman
Becerra
Bentsen
Bereuter
Berkley
Berman
Berry
Biggert
Bilbray
Bilirakis
Bishop
Blagojevich
Bliley
Blumenauer
Blunt
Boehlert
Boehner
Bonilla
Bonior
Bono
Borski
Boswell
Boucher
Boyd
Brady (PA)
Brady (TX)
Brown (FL)
Brown (OH)
Bryant
Burr
Burton
Buyer
Callahan
Calvert
Camp
Campbell
Canady
Cannon

[Roll No. 596]

YEAS-403
Capps
Capuano
Cardin
Carson
Castle
Chabot
Chambliss
Clayton
Clement
Clyburn
Coble
Coburn
Collins
Combest
Condit
Cook
Cooksey
Costello
Cox
Coyne
Cramer
Crane
Crowley
Cubin
Cummings
Cunningham
Danner
Davis (FL)
Davis (IL)
Davis (VA)
DeFazio
DeGette
Delahunt
DeLauro
DeLay
DeMint
Deutsch
Dickey
Dicks
Dingell
Doggett
Dooley
Doolittle
Doyle
Dreier
Duncan
Edwards
Ehlers
Ehrlich
Emerson
English
Eshoo
Etheridge
Evans
Everett
Ewing

Farr
Fattah
Filner
Fletcher
Foley
Ford
Fossella
Fowler
Frank (MA)
Franks (NJ)
Frelinghuysen
Frost
Gallegly
Ganske
Gejdenson
Gekas
Gephardt
Gibbons
Gilchrest
Gillmor
Gilman
Gonzalez
Goode
Goodlatte
Goodling
Gordon
Goss
Graham
Granger
Green (TX)
Green (WI)
Greenwood
Gutierrez
Gutknecht
Hall (OH)
Hall (TX)
Hansen
Hastert
Hastings (FL)
Hastings (WA)
Hayes
Hayworth
Hefley
Herger
Hill (IN)
Hill (MT)
Hilleary
Hilliard
Hinchey
Hinojosa
Hobson
Hoeffel
Hoekstra
Holden
Holt
Hooley

Horn
Metcalf
Schaffer

Ordered, That the Clerk request the
Hostettler
Mica
Schakowsky

concurrence of the Senate in said joint
Houghton
Millender-

Scott
Hoyer
McDonald Sensenbrenner

resolution.
Hulshof
Miller (FL)

Serrano
Hunter
Miller, Gary Sessions

(134.7 HOLDING COURT IN NATCHEZ,
Hutchinson Miller, George Shays

MISSISSIPPI
Hyde
Minge

Sherman
Inslee
Mink
Sherwood

Mr. HYDE moved to suspend the
Isakson
Moakley
Shimkus

rules and pass the bill of the Senate (S.
Istook
Mollohan
Shows

1418) to provide for the holding of court Jackson (IL) Moore

Shuster
Jackson-Lee Moran (KS) Simpson

at Natchez, Mississippi in the same
(TX)
Moran (VA) Sisisky

manner as court is held at Vicksburg,
Jenkins
Morella
Skeen

Mississippi, and for other purposes; as
John
Murtha
Skelton

amended.
Johnson (CT) Myrick

Slaughter
Johnson, E. B. Nadler

Smith (MI)

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr.
Jones (NC)
Napolitano Smith (NJ)

PEASE, recognized Mr. HYDE and Mr.
Jones (OH)
Neal
Smith (TX)

WEINER, each for 20 minutes.
Kanjorski
Nethercutt
Smith (WA)

After debate,
Kaptur
Ney

Snyder
Kasich
Northup
Souder

The question being put, viva voce,
Kelly
Nussle
Spratt

Will the House suspend the rules and
Kennedy
Oberstar
Stabenow

pass said bill, as amended?
Kildee
Obey

Stark
Kilpatrick
Olver
Stearns

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr.
Kind (WI)
Ortiz
Stenholm

PEASE, announced that two-thirds of
King (NY)
Ose
Strickland

the Members present had voted in the
Kingston
Owens
Stump

affirmative.
Kleczka
Oxley

Stupak
Klink
Packard
Sununu

So, two-thirds of the Members
Knollenberg Pallone

Sweeney

present having voted in favor thereof,
Kolbe
Pascrell
Talent

the rules were suspended and said bill,
Kucinich
Pastor
Tancredo

as amended, was passed.
Kuykendall Payne

Tanner
La Falce
Pease
Tauscher

A motion to reconsider the vote
LaHood
Pelosi
Tauzin

whereby the rules were suspended and
Lantos
Peterson (MN) Taylor (MS)

said bill, as amended, was passed was, Larson

Peterson (PA) Taylor (NC)
Latham
Petri
Terry

by unanimous consent, laid on the LaTourette Phelps

Thomas

table.
Lazio
Pickering

Thompson (CA) Ordered, That the Clerk notify the
Leach
Pitts
Thompson (MS)

Senate thereof.
Lee
Pombo

Thornberry
Levin
Pomeroy

Thune
Lewis (CA) Porter

Thurman

(134.8 RAILROAD POLICE OFFICERS Lewis (GA) Portman

Tiahrt

TRAINING
Lewis (KY) Price (NC)

Tierney

Mr. HUTCHINSON moved to suspend
Linder
Pryce (OH)

Toomey
Lipinski
Quinn
Traficant

the rules and pass the bill of the Sen-
LoBiondo
Radanovich Turner

ate (S. 1235) to amend part G of title I
Lofgren
Rahall
Udall (CO)

of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe
Lowey
Ramstad

Udall (NM)
Lucas (KY)
Rangel
Upton

Streets Act of 1968 to allow railroad po-
Lucas (OK)
Regula
Velazquez

lice officers to attend the Federal Bu-
Luther
Reyes
Vento

reau of Investigation National AcadMaloney (CT) Reynolds

Visclosky
Maloney (NY)

emy for law enforcement training.
Vitter
Riley
Manzullo
Rivers
Walden

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr.
Markey
Rodriguez
Walsh

PEASE, recognized Mr. HUTCHINSON
Martinez
Roemer
Wamp

and Mr. WEINER, each for 20 minutes.
Mascara
Rogan

Waters
Matsui

After debate,
Rogers

Watt (NC)
McCarthy (MO) Rohrabacher Watts (OK)

The question being put, viva voce,
McCarthy (NY) Ros-Lehtinen Weiner

Will the House suspend the rules and
McCollum
Roukema
Weldon (FL)

pass said bill?
McCrery

Roybal-Allard Weldon (PA)
McDermott Royce

Weller

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr.
McGovern
Rush
Wexler

PEASE, announced that two-thirds of
McHugh
Ryan (WI)
Weygand

the Members present had voted in the
McInnis
Ryun (KS)

Whitfield
McIntosh
Sabo
Wicker

affirmative.
McIntyre
Sanchez
Wilson

So, two-thirds of the Members
McKeon
Sanders
Wolf

present having voted in favor thereof,
McNulty
Sandlin
Woolsey

the rules were suspended and said bill
Meek (FL)
Sanford

Wu
Meeks (NY) Sawyer

Wynn

was passed.
Menendez
Saxton
Young (FL)

A motion to reconsider the vote
NAYS-8

whereby the rules were suspended and

said bill was passed was, by unanimous Chenoweth-Hage Paul

Shaw
Deal
Salmon
Watkins

consent, laid on the table.
Forbes
Shadegg

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the
NOT VOTING-23

Senate thereof.
Abercrombie Jefferson

Rothman

(134.9 INSTITUTES AND SCHOOLS
Ackerman

Johnson, Sam Scarborough
Clay
Lampson
Spence

SUPPORT
Conyers
Largent
Towns

Mr. HILLEARY moved to suspend the
Diaz-Balart McKinney

Waxman
Dixon
Meehan
Wise

rules and pass the bill of the Senate (S.
Dunn
Norwood

Young (AK) 440) to provide support for certain in-
Engel
Pickett

stitutes and schools.
So the joint resolution was passed. The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr.

A motion to reconsider the vote PEASE, recognized Mr. HILLEARY whereby said

said joint

joint resolution was and Mr. MARTINEZ, each for 20 minpassed was, by unanimous consent, laid utes. on the table.

After debate,

said bill, as amended, was passed was, by unanimous consent, laid on the table.

Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senate in said bill.

The question being put, viva voce,

Will the House suspend the rules and pass said bill?

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. LAHOOD, announced that two-thirds of the Members present had voted in the affirmative.

So, two-thirds of the Members present having voted in favor thereof, the rules were suspended and said bill was passed.

A motion to reconsider the vote whereby the rules were suspended and said bill was passed was, by unanimous consent, laid on the table.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the Senate thereof.

The question being put, viva voce,

Will the House suspend the rules and pass said bill?

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. PEASE, announced that two-thirds of the Members present had voted in the affirmative.

Mr. SANFORD demanded that the vote be taken by the yeas and nays, which demand was supported by onefifth of the Members present, so the yeas and nays were ordered.

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. PEASE, pursuant to clause 8, rule XX, announced that further proceedings on the motion were postponed. (134.10 RIO ARRIBA LAND CONVEYANCES

Mr. HANSEN moved to suspend the rules and pass the bill of the Senate (S. 278) to direct the Secretary of the Interior to convey certain lands to the county of Rio Arriba, New Mexico.

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. LAHOOD, recognized Mr. HANSEN and Mr. MILLER of California, each for 20 minutes.

After debate,
The question being put, viva voce,

Will the House suspend the rules and pass said bill? The SPEAKER

SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. LAHOOD, announced that two-thirds of the Members present had voted in the affirmative.

So, two-thirds of the Members present having voted in favor thereof, the rules were suspended and said bill was passed.

A motion to reconsider the vote whereby the rules were suspended and said bill was passed was, by unanimous consent, laid on the table.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the Senate thereof.

(134.13 SISTERS, OREGON LAND

CONVEYANCES Mrs. CHENOWETH-HAGE moved to suspend the rules and pass the bill of the Senate (S. 416) to direct the Secretary of Agriculture to convey to the city of Sisters, Oregon, a certain parcel of land for use in connection with a sewage treatment facility; as amended.

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. LAHOOD, recognized

Mrs. CHENOWETH-HAGE and Mr. George MILLER of California, each for 20 minutes.

After debate,
The question being put, viva voce,

Will the House suspend the rules and pass said bill, as amended?

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. LAHOOD, announced that two-thirds of the Members present had voted in the affirmative.

So, two-thirds of the Members present having voted in favor thereof, the rules were suspended and said bill, as amended, was passed.

A motion to reconsider the vote whereby the rules were suspended and said bill, as amended, was passed was, by unanimous consent, laid on the table.

Ordered, That the Clerk notify the Senate thereof.

(134.15 JICARILLA APACHE RESERVATION

FEASIBILITY STUDY Mr. HANSEN moved to suspend the rules and pass the bill (H.R. 3051) to direct the Secretary of the Interior, the Bureau of Reclamation, to conduct a feasibility study on

the

Jicarilla Apache Reservation in the State of New Mexico, and for other purposes; as amended.

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. LAHOOD, recognized Mr. HANSEN and Mr. UDALL of New Mexico, each for 20 minutes.

After debate,
The question being put, viva voce,

Will the House suspend the rules and pass said bill, as amended?

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. LAHOOD, announced that two-thirds of the Members present had voted in the affirmative.

So, two-thirds of the Members present having voted in favor thereof, the rules were suspended and said bill, as amended, was passed.

A motion to reconsider the vote whereby the rules were suspended and said bill, as amended, was passed was, by unanimous consent, laid on the table.

Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senate in said bill. (134.16 INDIAN SELF-DETERMINATION

AMENDMENTS Mr. HANSEN moved to suspend the rules and pass the bill (H.R. 1167) to amend the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act to provide for further self-governance by Indian tribes, and for other purposes; as amended.

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. LAHOOD, recognized Mr. HANSEN and Mr. George MILLER of California, each for 20 minutes.

After debate,
The question being put, viva voce,

Will the House suspend the rules and pass said bill, as amended?

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. LAHOOD, announced that two-thirds of the Members present had voted in the affirmative.

So, two-thirds of the Members present having voted in favor thereof, the rules were suspended and said bill, as amended, was passed.

A motion to reconsider the vote whereby the rules were suspended and said bill, as amended, was passed was, by unanimous consent, laid on the table.

Ordered, That the Clerk request the concurrence of the Senate in said bill. (134.17 COASTAL BARRIER RESOURCES

SYSTEM BOUNDARIES Mr. JONES of North Carolina, moved to suspend the rules and pass the bill of the Senate (s. 1398) to clarify certain boundaries on maps relating to the Coastal Barrier Resources System.

(134.11 SUSPENSION OF THE RULES

NOTICE Mr. HANSEN, pursuant to House Resolution 374, at 11:55 a.m. announced the Speaker would recognize Members for motions to suspend the rules under clause 1 of rule XV with respect to the following bills: (S.1398) to clarify certain boundaries on maps relating to the Coastal Barrier Resources System; (H.R. 3381) to reauthorize the Overseas Private Investment Corporation and the Trade and Development Agency, and for other purposes; and (H. Con. Res. 128) expressing the sense of the Congress regarding the treatment of religious minorities in the Islamic of Iran, and particularly the recent arrests of members of that country's Jewish community.

(134.14 INDIANS 99 YEAR LAND LEASES

Mr. HANSEN moved to suspend the rules and pass the bill (H.R. 1953) to authorize leases for terms not to exceed 99 years on land held in trust for the Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians and the Guidiville Band of Pomo Indians of the Guidiville Indian Rancheria; as amended.

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. LAHOOD, recognized Mr. HANSEN and Mr. George MILLER of California, each for 20 minutes.

After debate,
The question being put, viva voce,

Will the House suspend the rules and pass said bill, as amended?

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. LAHOOD, announced that two-thirds of the Members present had voted in the affirmative.

So, two-thirds of the Members present having voted in favor thereof, the rules were suspended and said bill, as amended, was passed.

A motion to reconsider the vote whereby the rules were suspended and

(134.12 MINUTEMAN MISSILE NATIONAL

HISTORIC SITE Mr. HANSEN moved to suspend the rules and pass the bill of the Senate (S. 382) to establish the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site in the State of South Dakota, and for other purposes.

The SPEAKER pro tempore, Mr. LAHOOD, recognized Mr. HANSEN and Mr. George MILLER of California, each for 20 minutes.

After debate,

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