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AGRICULTURE

on

Racial relations: recognize the historical significance

of the Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision and reaffirm the fundamental belief that we are all “one Nation under God, indivisible” (see

H. Res. 176), [18MY] Robert C. Weaver Federal Building, Washington, DC:

designate (see H.R. 1236), [23MR] Robeson, Paul L.: issue commemorative postage stamp

(see H. Con. Res. 38), [25FE] Robinson, (Sugar) Ray: tribute (see H. Res. 149),

[26AP] Smithsonian Institution: establish National African

American Museum (see H.R. 923), [2MR] Supreme Court: hiring of qualified minority applicants

to serve as clerks to the Justices (see H. Res. 111),

[11MR] University of the District of Columbia: eligibility for

assistance for historically black colleges and univer

sities (see H.R. 485), [2FE] Reports filed Add Martin Luther King, Jr., Day to the List of Days

on Which the Flag Should Especially Be Displayed: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 576) (H.

Rept. 106-176), [9JN) Placement of Plaque Commemorating Martin Luther

King, Jr.'s, “I Have a Dream” Speech at the Lincoln Memorial: Committee on Resources (House)

(H.R. 2879) (H. Rept. 106–448), [4NO] AFRICAN GROWTH AND OPPORTUNITY ACT Bills and resolutions Enact (H.R. 434): consideration (see H. Res. 250),

(15JY] Motions

Enact (H.R. 434), (16JY] Reports filed Consideration of H.R. 434, Provisions: Committee on

Resources (House) (H. Res. 250) (H. Rept. 106–

236), [15JY] Provisions: Committee International Relations (House) (H.R. 434) (H. Rept. 106-19), [23FE]

Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 434) (H. Rept. 106-19), (17JN) AGE DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT ACT Bills and resolutions Aliens: deny coverage under certain anti-discrimination

statutes of employed individuals that are unlawfully

present in the U.S. (see H.R. 3170), [280C) AGED see SENIOR CITIZENS AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE POLICY AND RE

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Bills and resolutions

Revise and extend (see H.R. 2506), [14JY]
Revise and extend (H.R. 2506): consideration (see H.

Res. 299), [22SE]
Reports filed
Consideration of H.R. 2506, Health Research and Qual-

ity Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 299)

(H. Rept. 106-328), [22SE] Health Research and Quality Act: Committee on Com

merce (House) (H.R. 2506) (H. Rept. 106–305),

[8SE] AGRICULTURAL ACT Bills and resolutions Agriculture: prevent implementation of parity payments

and certain marketing quotas, reduce payments under production flexibility contracts, and shorten duration

of such payments (see H.R. 328), [19JA] AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ACT Bills and resolutions Agriculture: prevent implementation of parity payments

and certain marketing quotas, reduce payments under production flexibility contracts, and shorten duration

of such payments (see H.R. 328), (19JA] Dept. of Agriculture: terminate Federal milk marketing orders (see H.R. 2322), [23JN]

-terminate Federal milk marketing orders and replace such orders with a program to verify receipts

of milk (see H.R. 2324), [23JN] AGRICULTURAL FAIR PRACTICES ACT Bills and resolutions Agriculture: provide for accreditation of associations

of agricultural producers and promote good faith bar

gaining between such associations and handlers of

agricultural products (see H.R. 2830), [9SE] AGRICULTURAL MARKET TRANSITION ACT Bills and resolutions Agriculture: prevent implementation of parity payments

and certain marketing quotas, reduce payments under production flexibility contracts, and shorten duration of such payments (see H.R. 328), [19JA)

provide a variant of loan deficiency payments to producers who are otherwise eligible for such payments, but who elect to use acreage planted with the eligible commodity for the grazing of livestock (see H.R. 2772), (SAU)

provide compensation for loss markets to farm owners and producers who have entered into production flexibility contracts (see H.R. 2568), [20JY]

-reform the marketing loan program, expand land enrollment under the conservation reserve program, and maintain foreign trade opportunities for commodities (see H.R. 1299), [25MR]

-restore and improve the farmer owned reserve program and extend the term of marketing assistance loans made under the Agricultural Market Transition

Act (see H.R. 2704), [4AU) Dept. of Agriculture: prohibit the discounting of loan

deficiency payments for club wheat and compensate producers who received such discounted payments

erroneously (see H.R. 734), [11FE) Federal aid programs: eliminate limitation on loan rates

for marketing assistance loans (see H.R. 1468),

[15AP] Production flexibility contracts: extend authority for the

required advance payments (see H.R. 2395), [30JN] AGRICULTURAL RISK PROTECTION ACT Bills and resolutions Enact (H.R. 2559): consideration (see H. Res. 308),

(see H. Res. 308), [28SE] Reports filed Consideration of H.R. 2559, Provisions: Committee on

Rules (House) (H. Res. 308) (H. Rept. 106-346),

[28SE] Provisions: Committee on Agriculture (House) (H.R.

2559) (H. Rept. 106–300), [5AU], [22SE] AGRICULTURAL TRADE ACT Bills and resolutions Foreign trade: require the President to report to Con

gress on any selective embargo on agricultural com

modities (see H.R. 17), [6JA] Reports filed Selective Agricultural Embargoes Act: Committee on

Agriculture (House) (H.R. 17) (H. Rept. 106–154), [20MY]

Committee on International Relations (House) (H.R. 17) (H. Rept. 106–154), [143N) AGRICULTURE Appointments Conferees: H.R. 1906, agriculture, rural development,

FDA, and related agencies programs appropriations,

[13SE] Bills and resolutions African Americans: relief from Federal tax liability

arising from the resolution of discrimination claims by farmers against the Dept. of Agriculture (see H.R.

2233), (15JN) Agricultural Market Transition Act: eliminate limitation

on loan rates for marketing assistance loans (see H.R. 1468), [15AP]

extend authority for the advance payments required under production flexibility contracts (see H.R. 2395), [30JN]

-provide compensation for loss markets to farm owners and producers who have entered into produc

tion flexibility contracts (see H.R. 2568), [20JY] Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agen

cies programs: making appropriations (see H.R. 1906), [24MY]

--making appropriations (H.R. 1906), consideration (see H. Res. 185), [24MY]

-making appropriations (H.R. 1906), consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 317), [30SE] Animals: prohibit transfer or marketing of non

ambulatory cattle, sheep, swine, horses, mules, or goats (see H.R. 443), [2FE]

Avocados: allow referendum on creation of avocado

promotion, research, and information program (see

H.R. 2962), [28SE] Bankruptcy: make chapter 12 of bankruptcy code per

manent relative to the treatment of farmers' reorganization plans by banks (see H.R. 706), [11FE) (see H.R. 763), [12FE]

-reenact chapter 12 of bankruptcy code relative to family farmers (see H.R. 2920), [22SE]

-temporarily extend chapter 12 of bankruptcy code relative to the treatment of farmers' reorganization plans by banks (see H.R. 808), [23FE] (see

H.R. 2922), [23SE] (see H.R. 2942), [24SE] Big Horn County, WY: conveyance of certain lands to John R. and Margaret Lowe (see H.R. 510), (2FE]

conveyance of certain lands to the estate of Fred Steffens (see H.R. 509), [2FE] Bureau of Reclamation: convey Lower Yellowstone Ir

rigation Project, Savage Unit of the Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program, and Intake Irrigation Project to local control (see H.R. 2974), [29SE]

-reauthorize participation in the Deschutes Resources Conservancy (see H.R. 1787), [12MY]

-transfer irrigation project property to the Middle Loup Division irrigation district in Nebraska (see

H.R. 2984), [30SE] Business and industry: allow guaranteed loans to be

made for farmer-owned projects that add value to or process agricultural products (see H.R. 2578), [21JY]

-grants to assist value-added agricultural businesses (see H.R. 3513), (19NO]

-impose a moratorium on large agribusiness mergers and establish a commission to review large agriculture mergers (see H.R. 3159), [270C)

-provide for accreditation of associations of agricultural producers and promote good faith bargaining between such associations and handlers of agricul

tural products (see H.R. 2830), [9SE] Chavez, Cesar E.: commemorate birthday (see H.J. Res. 22), [3FE]

-issue commemorative postage stamp (see H. Res. 144), [20AP] Congress: commitment to address emergency that cur

rently exists (see H. Con. Res. 113), [25MY] Consolidated Farm and Rural Development Act: elimi

nate funding for loans for qualified beginning farm

ers or ranchers (see H.R. 882), [1MR] Corps of Engineers: develop and implement com

prehensive program for fish screens and passage devices at agricultural water diversions (see H.R.

1444), [15AP] Credit: increase maximum amount of marketing loan

gains and loan deficiency payments that an agricultural producer may receive during the crop year (see

H.R. 2530), [15JY] Crop insurance: improve coverage and administration

(see H.R. 2225), [15JN) (see H.R. 2239), [16JN] Crops: insurance coverage for losses due to plant vi

ruses and diseases and loan eligibility for producers

who suffer such losses (see H.R. 473), [2FE] Dept. of Agriculture: authority relative to plant protection and quarantine (see H.R. 1504), [21AP]

-balance wind and water erosion criteria and wildlife suitability criteria used in the Conservation Reserve Program (see H.R. 1836), [18MY]

complete a land exchange with Georgia Power Co. (see H.R. 1135), (16MR]

designate as the lead Federal agency for national agricultural policy regarding conservation and the environment (see H.R. 2793), [5AU)

establish an electronic filing and retrieval system to improve public access to certain information (see H.R. 852), [25FE]

-Farmland Protection Program funding (see H.R. 1950), [26MY]

-implementation of certain milk price structures as part of the implementation of the final rule to consolidate Federal milk marketing orders (see H.R. 1402), [14AP]

-implementation of certain milk price structures as part of the implementation of the final rule to consolidate Federal milk marketing orders (H.R. 1402), consideration (see H. Res. 294), [15SE]

AGRICULTURE

-improve agricultural credit programs (see H.R. 1983), [27MY]

-make supplemental income payments to producers of certain crops for years when the national gross revenue of the crop is below a certain percentage (see H.R. 2792), [5AU)

-modification and implementation of final rule for the consideration and reform of Federal milk marketing orders (see H.R. 3428), [17NO]

-payment of disaster assistance to onion and apple farmers in New York (see H.R. 2237), [16JN]

--prohibit the discounting of loan deficiency payments for club wheat and compensate producers who received such discounted payments erroneously (see H.R. 734), [11FE)

-provide administrative authority to investigate live poultry dealers (see H.R. 2829), [9SE]

-provide assistance for the rehabilitation of watershed dams built for flood protection and water resource projects (see H.R. 728), (11FE)

-provide flexibility to help developing countries and move surplus commodities from the U.S. (see H.R. 3104), (190C]

-regulate loans to certain processors of sugarcane and sugar beets (see H.R. 1850), [18MY]

-require national pooling of receipts under Federal milk marketing orders (see H.R. 2323), [23JN]

-terminate Federal milk marketing orders (see H.R. 2322), (23JN]

-terminate Federal milk marketing orders and replace such orders with a program to verify receipts

of milk (see H.R. 2324), [23JN] Dept. of the Interior: convey certain facilities to the

Nampa and Meridian Irrigation District (see H.R. 3067), [130C)

-participation in the America's Agricultural Heritage Partnership (see H.R. 1493), [20AP] Disasters: grant program to assist small businesses and

agricultural enterprises in meeting disaster-related ex

penses (see H.R. 3109), [190C) Ecology and environment: control water pollution from

concentrated animal feeding operations (see H.R.

684), (10FE) Endangered Species Act: prohibit any requirement to

mitigate impact of past activities (see H.R. 2131),

[10JN] Export Apple and Pear Act: limit applicability to apples

(see H.R. 609), [4FE) Federal aid programs: assist efforts of farmers and co

operatives seeking to engage in value-added processing of agricultural goods (see H.R. 3217), [4NO]

economic assistance to certain hog producers (see H.R. 217), [7JA] (see H.R. 921), [2MR) (see H. Con. Res. 14), (19JA)

emergency assistance to farmers and ranchers (see H.R. 2843), (13SE]

-prevent implementation of parity payments and certain marketing quotas, reduce payments under production flexibility contracts, and shorten duration of such payments (see H.R. 328), (19JA)

-provide a variant of loan deficiency payments to producers who are otherwise eligible for such payments, but who elect to use acreage planted with the eligible commodity for the grazing of livestock (see H.R. 2772), (SAU)

provide supplemental market loss payments for farm owners and producers for certain crops (see H.R. 2716), (SAU)

-reform the marketing loan program, expand land enrollment under the conservation reserve program, and maintain foreign trade opportunities for commodities (see H.R. 1299), [25MR]

-restore and improve the farmer owned reserve program and extend the term of marketing assistance loans made under the Agricultural Market Transition Act (see H.R. 2704), (4AU)

-strengthen safety net for agricultural producers and improve efficiency and integrity of the Federal crop insurance program (see H.R. 2559), [20JY]

-strengthen safety net for agricultural producers and improve efficiency and integrity of the Federal crop insurance program (H.R. 2559), consideration (see H. Res. 308), (see H. Res. 308), [28SE]

-terminate price support programs

for
sugar

beets and sugarcane (see H.R. 2599), [22JY] FEMA: report on methods and procedures to accelerate

disaster assistance to agricultural communities (see

H.R. 283), [7JA) Food: amend inspection laws to notify consumers of

products produced from crops, livestock, or poultry raised on sewage sludge-treated land (see H.R. 261), [7JA]

-improve public health and food safety through enhanced enforcement of food inspection laws (see H.R. 983), (4MR]

-include the imposition of civil monetary penalties for violations of meat and poultry inspection regulations (see H.R. 2767), (SAU)

-purchase of additional commodities for distribution to needy persons (see H.R. 1324), [25MR) (see H.R. 3453), (18NO]

-remove intrastate distribution restrictions on State-inspected meat and poultry (see H.R. 1617), [28AP]

-require labels on food that contains, or is produced with, a genetically engineered material (see

H.R. 3377), [16NO] Food industry: collection of information regarding

prices paid for the procurement of certain livestock and meat products (see H.R. 169), [7JA] (see H.R. 693), [10FE)

ensure that all persons who benefit from the dairy promotion and research program contribute to

the cost of the program (see H.R. 444), [2FE] Food Quality Protection Act: establish certain require

ments (see H.R. 1592), [28AP] Food Safety Administration: establish as independent

agency to consolidate food safety, labeling, and in

spection functions (see H.R. 2345), [24JN] Food Security Act: authorize enrollment of land in

the Wetlands Reserve Program (see H.R. 2066), [8JN)

expand conservation reserve (see H.R. 408), (19JA)

-provide greater flexibility to producers for land enrollment in the conservation reserve (see H.R.

2779), [SAU] Foreign aid: support millennium good will food aid

initiative (see H. Con. Res. 201), [190C) Foreign countries: require congressional approval of

U.S. economic sanctions on agricultural products, medicines, and medical products (see H.R. 2993), [10C] (see H.R. 3140), (250C)

-require GAO report on effectiveness of economic sanctions and prohibit imposition of unilateral sanctions on exports of food, agricultural products, medicines, or medical supplies and equipment (see

H.R. 212), (7JA) Foreign trade: ensure safety of imported meat and poultry products (see H.R. 2581), [21JY]

-identify countries that deny market access for U.S. agricultural products (see H.R. 450), [2FE]

-multilateral trade negotiations objectives (see H. Res. 224), [25JN)

-promote agricultural commodities, livestock, and value-added products, and prepare for future bilateral and multilateral trade negotiations (see H.R. 817), [24FE]

-require the President to report to Congress on any selective embargo on agricultural commodities (see H.R. 17), [6JA)

-strengthen U.S. ability to counteract foreign measures that act as market access barriers (see H.R.

3393), (16NO] Health: eliminate use of antibiotic drugs in livestock

unless there is a reasonable certainty of no harm

to human health (see H.R. 3266), [9NO] Immigration: provide housing assistance to eligible mi

grant and seasonal farmworkers (see H.R. 2757),

[SAU] Income: improve financial situation of farmers and

ranchers (see H.R. 2743), [5AU] Insurance: encourage participation and ensure availabil

ity of affordable crop insurance for producers (see H.R. 1536), [22AP]

-protect agricultural producers who applied for Crop Revenue Coverage PLUS supplemental endorsement (see H.R. 1212), [22MR]

Labeling: imported meat and meat food products con

taining imported meat (see H.R. 1144), [17MR] (see H.R. 1698), (5MY]

-require labeling of country of origin of imported perishable agricultural commodities (see H.R. 222),

[7JA) (see H.R. 1145), [17MR] Las Cienegas National Conservation Area: establish

(see H.R. 2941), [24SE] Medicaid: waive Federal claim to State tobacco settle

ments if State uses funds for smoking reduction programs and economic assistance for tobacco farming

communities (see H.R. 1232), [23MR] Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act: amend (see H.R. 3121), (210C]

clarify application of certain provisions (see H.R. 1886), [20MY] Minnesota: eligibility of lands enrolled in Reinvest in

Minnesota land conservation program for the Conservation Reserve Program when current contract expires (see H.R. 2703), [4AU)

-temporary exception for certain counties from limitation on percentage of cropland that may be enrolled in the conservation reserve and wetlands

reserve programs (see H.R. 2583), [21JY] Montana: transfer maintenance and operation of the

Flathead Irrigation Project to local control (see H.R.

1158), (17MR] National 4-H Council: issue postage stamp in com

memoration of 4-H Youth Development Program's centennial (see H. Res. 109), [11MR]

-tribute to members for their voluntary community service (see H. Con. Res. 194), [70C] Northeast Interstate Dairy Compact: reauthorize and modify conditions (see H.R. 1604), [28AP]

-rescind congressional consent (see H.R. 744), [11FE] Office of the U.S. Trade Representative: establish a

Chief Agricultural Negotiator (see H.R. 3173),

[280C] Organic Act of Guam: amend (see H.R. 2462), [1JY] Packers and Stockyards Act: prohibit packers from

owning, feeding, or controlling swine intended for

slaughter (see H.R. 3324), (10NO] Peanuts: repeal quotas, reduce loan rates, and require

the Dept. of Agriculture to purchase peanuts for nutrition programs (see H.R. 2571), [20JY]

-require country of origin labeling of peanuts and peanut products (see H.R. 3263), [9NO]

-terminate price support and marketing quota programs (see H.R. 2598), [22JY] Pesticides: harmonization of registrations of certain pesticides (see H.R. 1913), [24MY]

-making supplemental appropriations to ensure inclusion in State source water assessment programs

(see H.R. 1909), [24MY] Postal Service: issue commemorative postage stamp to

honor U.S. farm women (see H. Res. 213), [16JN] Power resources: authorize research to promote the

conversion of biomass into biobased industrial prod

ucts (see H.R. 2819), [8SE] (see H.R. 2827), [9SE] Price support programs: milk (see H.R. 1535), [22AP]

(see H.R. 1758), [11MY] Public lands: acquisition of Valles Caldera lands in

New Mexico, establish a trust to manage such lands, and reform the Federal land management process (see H.R. 3288), (9NO]

-permit haying and grazing on conservation reserve land in certain drought areas (see H.R. 3101),

[190C] Puerto Rico: tax treatment of distilled spirits (see H.R.

2139), [10JN) Real estate: convey certain real property to schools

and nonprofit organizations involved in teaching

young people to be farmers (see H.R. 578), [4FE] SBA: make grants and loans to small businesses and

agricultural enterprises to enable them to reopen after

natural or other disasters (see H.R. 3479), [18NO] Southern Dairy Compact: congressional consent (see

H.R. 1604), [28AP] Tariff: raw cotton (see H.R. 2176), [10JN] Taxation: accelerate phase in of exclusion limit from

estate and gift taxes (see H.R. 43), (6JA] (see H.R. 682), [10FE)

ALABAMA

on

-adjust for inflation the amount of agricultural labor wages that can be paid without being subject to Federal unemployment taxes (see H.R. 1874), [19MY]

-allocation of farm income among taxable years (see H.R. 1464), (15AP]

-allow Farm and Ranch Risk Management Accounts (see H.R. 957), [3MR]

clarify estate tax deduction for family-owned business and farm interests (see H.R. 3127), (210C]

-exclusion from gross income for family-to-family sale of farm businesses (see H.R. 1386), [13AP]

exclusion of gain from the sale of farmland (see H.R. 1503), [21AP]

exempt small issue bonds for agriculture from the State volume cap (see H.R. 1810), (13MY]

extension of the credit for producing electricity from certain renewable resources to include poultry manure (see H.R. 1457), (15AP]

increase gift tax exclusion (see H.R. 927), [2MR]

-phase-out and repeal estate and gift taxes (see H.R. 8), [25FE)

-reestablish certain marketing aspects of agricultural cooperatives and allow declaratory judgment relief for such cooperatives (see H.R. 1469), [15AP]

-repeal estate, gift, and generation-skipping transfer taxes (see H.R. 86), [7JA] (see H.R. 1466), [15AP]

-repeal estate and gift taxes (see H.R. 42), [6JA) (see H.R. 107), (see H.R. 166), (see H.R. 224), [TJA] (see H.R. 564), [3FE] (see H.R. 1351), [25MR]

-repeal the Federal estate and gift taxes and the alternative minimum tax on individuals and corporations (see H.R. 3074), (140C]

-treatment of agricultural water conservation expenditures (see H.R. 579), [4FE)

-treatment of beer, wine, and distilled spirits (see H.R. 2735), (5AU)

-treatment of bonds issued to acquire renewable resources on land subject to conservation easement (see H.R. 1863), (19MY]

-treatment of capital gains and estate taxes relative to certain farm property (see H.R. 2497), [13JY) (see H.R. 2537), [15JY]

-treatment of certain contiguous farmlands relative to sale of a principal residence (see H.R. 273), [ZJA]

-treatment of charitable donation of food by businesses and farmers (see H.R. 1325), [25MR]

-treatment of distilled spirits (see H.R. 716), [11FE)

-treatment of forestry activities (see H.R. 2136), [10JN)

-treatment of self-employment tax relative to certain farm rental income (see H.R. 1044), [9MR] Tobacco products: ban sale of cigarette packages con

taining small number of cigarettes (see H.R. 1677),

[4MY] Wetlands: permit use of certain agricultural lands (see

H.R. 1578), [27AP] Conference reports Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related

Agencies Programs Appropriations (H.R. 1906),

[30SE] Messages

CCC Report: President Clinton, [15JN] Motions Agriculture, rural development, FDA, and related agen

cies programs: making appropriations (H.R. 1906), [8JN], [13SE]

-making appropriations (H.R. 1906), conference report, [10C] Reports filed Agricultural Risk Protection Act: Committee on Agri

culture (House) (H.R. 2559) (H. Rept. 106–300),

[5AU), [22SE] Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related

Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee of
Conference (H.R. 1906) (H. Rept. 106–354), [30SE]

Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 1906) (H. Rept. 106–157), [24MY]

Big Horn County, WY, Land Conveyance to John R.

and Margaret Lowe: Committee Resources (House) (H.R. 510) (H. Rept. 106-68), (17MR] (S.

361) (H. Rept. 106-225), (12JY] Big Horn County, WY, Land Conveyance to the Estate

of Fred Steffens: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 509) (H. Rept. 106–67), [17MR] (S. 449) (H.

Rept. 106–226), (12JY] Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 1906, Ag

riculture, Rural Development, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 317) (H. Rept. 106–356),

[30SE] Consideration of H.R. 1402, Implementation of Certain

Milk Price Structures as part of the Final Rule To Consolidate Federal Milk Marketing Orders: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 294) (H. Rept.

106-324), (15SEJ Consideration of H.R. 1906, Agriculture, Rural Devel

opment, FDA, and Related Agencies Programs Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.

185) (H. Rept. 106-159), [24MY] Consideration of H.R. 2559, Agricultural Risk Protec

tion Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 308)

(H. Rept. 106-346), [28SE] Corps of Engineers Development and Implementation

of a Comprehensive Program for Fish Screens and Passage Devices at Agricultural Water Diversions: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1444) (H.

Rept. 106-454), (5NO] Dept. of Agriculture Assistance for the Rehabilitation

of Watershed Dams Built for Flood Protection and Water Resource Projects: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 728) (H.

Rept. 106–484), (18NO] Dept. of Agriculture Implementation of Certain Milk

Price Structures as part of the Implementation of the Final Rule To Consolidate Federal Milk Marketing Orders: Committee Agriculture (House) (H.R.

1402) (H. Rept. 106-239), [19JY] Export Apple Act: Committee on Agriculture (House)

(H.R. 609) (H. Rept. 106–36), [2MR] Selective Agricultural Embargoes Act: Committee on

Agriculture (House) (H.R. 17) (H. Rept. 106-154), [20MY]

-Committee on International Relations (House) (H.R. 17) (H. Rept. 106-154), [14JN] Temporarily Extend Chapter 12 of the Bankruptcy

Code Relative to the Treatment of Farmers' Reorganization Plans by Banks: Committee on the Judiciary

(House) (H.R. 808) (H. Rept. 106–45), [9MR] AHMED, SAIF Bills and resolutions

Egypt: encourage return (see H. Res. 215), [16JN] AIR FORCE see DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE AIR POLLUTION related term(s) CLEAN AIR ACT;

ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT; POLLUTION Bills and resolutions Airports: conduct a study to assess and reduce the

adverse environmental impacts of ground and flight

operations (see H.R. 1463), [15AP] Alcoholic beverages: regulations relative to beverage

alcohol compounds emitted from aging warehouses

(see H.R. 2314), [22JN] Border Smog Reduction Act: reimburse States for im

plementation costs (see H.R. 1755), [11MY] California: application of State regulations relative to

reformulated gasoline in certain areas (see H.R. 11),

[6JA) (see H.R. 1395), [13AP] Clean Air Act: modify application of certain provisions

relative to inclusion of entire metropolitan statistical areas within nonattainment areas (see H.R. 3298), [10NO]

-moratorium on disclosure of certain submissions to provide for the reporting of certain site security information to Congress (see H.R. 2257), [17JN]

-prohibit listing of liquefied petroleum gas (see H.R. 1301), [25MR]

-prohibit the use of certain fuel additives including methyl tertiary-butyl ether (MTBE) in reformulated gasoline (see H.R. 1367), [12AP] (see H.R. 1398), [14AP]

-reduce acid deposition (see H.R. 25), (6JA) (see H.R. 657), [9FE]

-remove a provision limiting States to proportionately less assistance than their respective populations and Federal tax payments (see H.R. 2427), [1JY]

-repeal highway sanctions (see H.R. 1626), [29AP]

-waive oxygen content requirement and phaseout use of methyl tertiary-butyl ether (MTBE) in

reformulated gasoline (see H.R. 1705), [5MY] Climate: stabilize and reduce greenhouse gas concentra

tions and establish an Office of Global Climate Change within the Dept. of Energy (see H.R. 3384,

3385), [16NO] Dept. of Transportation: Congestion Mitigation Air

Quality Improvement Program emission standards (see H.R. 2788), [5AU]

-make grants to develop a pilot program on the use of telecommuting as a means of reducing air pollutant emissions (see H.R. 2556), [19JY]

-promote use and construction of infrastructure facilities for inherently low-emission vehicles at air

ports (see H.R. 1035), [9MR] Ecology and environment: expand public's right to

know about toxic chemical use and release in their communities and disclose toxins in children's consumer products (see H.R. 1657), [3MY]

-national objectives priority assignments (see H.R. 525), (3FE]

-promote environmental justice by establishing links between pollution and community health problems and assist such communities (see H.R. 1510),

[21AP] Electric power: reduce emissions from electric power

plants (see H.R. 2900), [21SE] EPA: limit authority to ban metered-dose inhalers (see H.R. 136), (7JA)

-waive oxygen content requirement for certain reformulated gasoline (see H.R. 3449), [18NO] Hazardous substances: reduce emissions of mercury,

carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and sulfur dioxide from fossil fuel-fired electric utility generating units (see H.R. 2980), (30SE)

-require powerplants, industrial plants, and incinerators to reduce mercury emissions (see H.R. 2667),

[2AU) Motor vehicles: include air pollution information on

fuel economy labels for new automobiles (see H.R.

1976), [27MY] National forests: exempt prescribed burning from regu

lations under the Clean Air Act (see H.R. 236),

[7JA] Petroleum: limit sulfur concentrations in gasoline (see

H.R. 888), [1MR] Taxation: encourage production and use of electric vehicles (see H.R. 1108), [15MR)

-treatment of clean-fuel vehicles by enterprise zone businesses (see H.R. 260), [7JA] Treaties and agreements: authorize the President to pro

vide regulatory credit for voluntary early action to lessen environmental impacts from greenhouse gas emissions (see H.R. 2520), (14JY]

-conditions for the U.S. becoming a signatory to any international agreement relative to Kyoto Pro

tocol (see H.R. 2221), [15JN) AIRCRAFT see COMMON CARRIERS AIRLINE DEREGULATION STUDY COMMISSION Bills and resolutions

Establish (see H.R. 3166), [280C) AIRLINES AND AIRPORTS see AVIATION AIRPORT IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM SHORT

TERM EXTENSION ACT Bills and resolutions

Enact (H.R. 99): consideration (see H. Res. 31), [2FE) Reports filed Consideration of H.R. 99, Provisions: Committee on

Rules (House) (H. Res. 31) (H. Rept. 106-4), [2FE] ALABAMA Bills and resolutions Alabama (U.S.S.): tribute to crew (see H. Res. 123),

[18MR) Talladega National Forest: designate certain lands as

the Dugger Mountain Wilderness (see H.R. 2632), [29JY]

ALABAMA

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Reports filed

ALASKA NATIVE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT ACT Dugger Mountain Wilderness Act: Committee on Re Bills and resolutions

sources (House) (H.R. 2632) (H. Rept. 106–422), Alaska: conveyance of certain lands to the Chugach [280C]

Alaska Corp. (see H.R. 2547), (16JY] ALABAMA A&M UNIVERSITY

Craig, AK: land conveyance (see H.R. 3182), [280C] Bills and resolutions

Native Americans: allow shareholder common stock Grants: authorize (see H.R. 2951), [27SE]

to be transferred to adopted Alaska Native children ALABAMA (U.S.S.)

and their descendants (see H.R. 2803), (5AU] (see Bills and resolutions

H.R. 3013), (50C] Crew: tribute (see H. Res. 123), [18MR]

Public lands: restore certain lands to the Elim Native ALAMEDA COUNTY, CA

Corp. (see H.R. 3090), (180C] Bills and resolutions

Taxation: treatment of Alaska Native settlement trusts Children's Memorial Day: support goals and ideas and (see H.R. 1940), [25MY] (see H.R. 2359), [24JN]

commend organizers (see H. Res. 147), [22AP] Reports filed ALASKA

Chugach Alaska Natives Settlement Implementation Bills and resolutions

Act: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2547) Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act: allow share (H. Rept. 106-451), (5NO] holder common stock to be transferred to adopted

Restore Certain Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Alaska Native children and their descendants (see Lands to the Elim Native Corp.: Committee on ReH.R. 2803), (5AU] (see H.R. 3013), (50C]

sources (House) (H.R. 3090) (H. Rept. 106-452), -restore certain lands to the Elim Native Corp.

[5NO] (see H.R. 3090), [180C]

ALBANIA, REPUBLIC OF Aviation: clarify the regulation of Alaskan guide pilots Bills and resolutions conducting air flights (see H.R. 812), [23FE]

Foreign trade: normal trade relations status (see H.R. Chugach Alaska Corp.: conveyance of certain lands 2746), [5AU] (see H.R. 2547), (16JY]

Immigration: eligibility of nationals from Montenegro, Craig, AK: land conveyance (see H.R. 3182), [280C] Macedonia, and Albania for temporary protected staFederal-State relations: management of fish and game tus (see H.R. 2091), [9JN]

resources relative to rural subsistence preference (see Kosovo: presence of U.S. Armed Forces for peacekeepH.R. 3183), [280C]

ing purposes (see H. Con. Res. 29), [10FE] (see Fish and fishing: efforts to rehabilitate salmon stocks H. Con. Res. 42), [8MR] in the Pacific Northwest (see H.R. 2798), [5AU]

-presence of U.S. Armed Forces for peacekeepGlacier Bay National Park: management of fishing ac ing purposes (H. Con. Res. 42), consideration (see tivities (see H.R. 947), [2MR]

H. Res. 103), [10MR] Government: improve Federal hiring and contracting

-prohibit funding for deployment of U.S. Armed of natives (see H.R. 2804), (5AU]

Forces unless authorized by law (see H.R. 647), Hurff A. Saunders Federal Building, Juneau, AK: des [9FE] (see H.R. 1562, 1563), [26AP] (see H.R. 1566, ignate (see H.R. 972), [3MR]

1569), [27AP] Medicare: increase payments for physician services

-prohibit funding for deployment of U.S. Armed provided in health professional shortage areas in

Forces unless authorized by law (H.R. 1569), considAlaska and Hawaii (see H.R. 2967), [28SE]

eration (see H. Res. 151), [27AP] Mount McKinley, AK: rename Mount Denali (see H.R.

-provide humanitarian assistance for Kosovar Al1815), [13MY]

banian refugees (see H.R. 1519), [21AP] -retain name (see H.R. 231), [7JA]

-U.S. policy on self-determination relative to NOAA: complete the orderly withdrawal from the civil

human rights violations against ethnic Albanians by administration of the Pribilof Islands (see H.R.

Serbian police (see H. Con. Res. 9), (7JA] (see H. 3417), [17NO]

Con. Res. 32), [11FE) Power resources: establish and implement competitive, Messages environmentally sound, and job creating oil and gas

Emigration Laws and Policies of Albania: President leasing program for the Coastal Plain (see H.R.

Clinton, [2FE], [19JY] 2250), [16JN]

Reports filed Taxation: charitable deduction for reasonable and nec

Consideration of H. Con. Res. 42, Presence of U.S. essary expenses of Alaska Native subsistence whal

Armed Forces for Peacekeeping Purposes in Kosovo: ing captains (see H.R. 813), [23FE]

Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 103) (H. Rept. -treatment of Alaska Native settlement trusts (see

106-48), (10MR) H.R. 1940), [25MY] (see H.R. 2359), [24JN]

Consideration of H.R. 1569, Military Operations in the University of Alaska: conveyance of certain lands (see

Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Limitation Act: H.R. 2958), [27SE)

Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 151) (H. Rept. Wilderness areas: designate certain lands (see H.R.

106-118), [27AP] 1239), [23MR]

ALBANY, GA
Yukon River Salmon Advisory Panel: establish (see

Bills and resolutions
H.R. 1652), [29AP]
Reports filed

C.B. King U.S. Courthouse: designate (see H.R. 2699), Chugach Alaska Natives Settlement Implementation

[4AU] Act: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2547)

ALBANY, NY (H. Rept. 106–451), [5NO]

Bills and resolutions Hurff A. Saunders Federal Building, Juneau, AK: Com

New York: allow use of tandem trailers in certain mittee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House)

areas on Interstate 787 (see H.R. 471), [2FE] (S. 453) (H. Rept. 106-113), [27AP)

ALBUQUERQUE, NM Restore Certain Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Bills and resolutions

Lands to the Elim Native Corp.: Committee on Re Dept. of Veterans Affairs: establish a national cemetery sources (House) (H.R. 3090) (H. Rept. 106-452), for veterans in the Albuquerque, NM, area (see H.R. [5NO]

3335), [10NO] Yukon River Salmon Act: Committee on Resources ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES

(House) (H.R. 1652) (H. Rept. 106–201), [25JN] Bills and resolutions ALASKA NATIONAL INTEREST LANDS CON Air pollution: regulations relative to beverage alcohol SERVATION ACT

compounds emitted from aging warehouses (see H.R. Bills and resolutions

2314), [22JN] Alaska: management of fish and game resources rel Children and youth: authorize grants for the prevention

ative to rural subsistence preference (see H.R. 3183), of alcoholic beverage consumption by underage indi[280C]

viduals (see H.R. 3430), [17NO] Glacier Bay National Park: management of fishing ac

prohibit the direct shipment of alcohol to minors tivities (see H.R. 947), [2MR]

(see H.R. 2161), (10JN]

Drunken driving: issue commemorative postage stamp

to raise public awareness of the serious problem
of driving while intoxicated (see H. Con. Res. 108),
[17MY]
-national minimum sentence for a person who
operates a motor vehicle while under the influence
of alcohol (see H.R. 1597), [28AP]

-national standard to prohibit the operation of
motor vehicles by intoxicated individuals (see H.R.

1595), [28AP]
Insurance: provide equitable coverage of mental health,

substance abuse, and chemical dependency treatment
services under group and individual health coverage
(see H.R. 1515), [21 AP]

-provide nondiscriminatory coverage of sub-
stance abuse treatment services under private group
and individual health coverage (see H.R. 1977),

[27MY] Interstate commerce: enforcement of State, territory,

or possession laws in Federal court relative to interstate transportation of liquor (see H.R. 2031), [8JN) (see H.R. 2094), [9JN]

enforcement of State, territory, or possession laws in Federal court relative to interstate transportation of liquor (H.R. 2031), consideration (see H.

Res. 272), [2AU) Puerto Rico: tax treatment of distilled spirits (see H.R.

2139), (10JN] States: treatment of Federal highway funds relative to

suspension of driving privileges of minors convicted

of drunken driving (see H.R. 2274), [17JN] Taxation: treatment of beer (see H.R. 1366), [12AP]

-treatment of beer, wine, and distilled spirits (see H.R. 2735), [5AU)

-treatment of distilled spirits (see H.R. 716), [11FE) Motions Interstate commerce: enforcement of State, territory,

or possession laws in Federal court relative to inter

state transportation of liquor (H.R. 2031), [3AU] Reports filed Consideration of H.R. 2031, Twenty-First Amendment

Enforcement Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H.

Res. 272) (H. Rept. 106-281), [2AU] Twenty-First Amendment Enforcement Act: Committee

on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 2031) (H. Rept. 106

265), [27JY]
ALDRIN, EDWIN E. (BUZZ)
Bills and resolutions
Congressional Gold Medal: award (see H.R. 2815),

[8SE]
ALIENS see IMMIGRATION; REFUGEES
ALL AMERICAN CRUISE ACT
Bills and resolutions

Enact (see H.R. 3392), [16NO]
ALLEN, THOMAS H. (a Representative from Maine)
Bills and resolutions introduced
Hazardous substances: reduce emissions of mercury,

carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and sulfur dioxide from fossil fuel-fired electric utility generating units (see H.R. 2980), (30SE]

-require powerplants, industrial plants, and incinerators to reduce mercury emissions (see H.R. 2667),

[2AU] Medicare: reductions in prescription drug prices (see

H.R. 664), (10FE) ALLENTOWN, PA Bills and resolutions Edward N. Cahn Federal Building and U.S. Court

house: designate (see H.R. 751), (11FE] Reports filed Edward N. Cahn Federal Building and U.S. Court

house, Allentown, PA: Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 751) (H. Rept. 106

57), [16MR] AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMIS

SION Bills and resolutions Monuments and memorials: expand fundraising authori

ties for establishment, repair, and maintenance of World War II Memorial in the District of Columbia (see H.R. 1247), [24MR]

ANDREWS, ROBERT E.

Postal Service: make American Battle Monuments Samoa, and the Virgin Islands (see H.R. 1029),

Commission and World War II Memorial Advisory [8MR]
Board eligible to use nonprofit mail rates (see H.R. AMERICAN TRADE FAIR SHIP, INC.
2319), [23JN]

Bills and resolutions
AMERICAN BROADCASTING CO. (ABC)

National Defense Reserve Fleet: conveyance of Guam Bills and resolutions

(S.S.) to American Trade Fair Ship, Inc. (see H.R. Television: importance of family-oriented programming 3510), (18NO] (see H. Res. 346), [280C]

AMERICAN VETERANS OF WORLD WAR II, AMERICAN FOLKLIFE CENTER

KOREA, AND VIETNAM (AMVETS) Appointments

Bills and resolutions
Board of Trustees, [6JA), [60C]

Charter: amend (see H.R. 604), [4FE]
AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION FOUNDATION Veterans: issue a series of postage stamps in com-
Bills and resolutions

memoration of veterans service organizations (see
Establish (see H.R. 2661), [30JY] (see H.R. 3080), H. Con. Res. 60), [18MR]
[140C]

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT related AMERICAN INVENTORS PROTECTION ACT

term(s) DISABLED Reports filed

Bills and resolutions Provisions: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. Aliens: deny coverage under certain anti-discrimination 1907) (H. Rept. 106–287), (3AU]

statutes of employed individuals that are unlawfully AMERICAN LAND SOVEREIGNTY PROTECTION present in the U.S. (see H.R. 3170), [280C] ACT

AMERICORPS see CORPORATION FOR NATIONAL AND Reports filed

COMMUNITY SERVICE Consideration of H.R. 883, Provisions: Committee on

AMTRAK Rules (House) (H. Res. 180) (H. Rept. 106–151), Appointments [19MY]

Amtrak Reform Council, [6JA) Provisions: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R.

ANDREWS, ROBERT E. (a Representative from New 883) (H. Rept. 106-142), [13MY]

Jersey) AMERICAN LEGION

Appointments Bills and resolutions

Conferee: H.R. 1555, intelligence services appropriaVeterans: issue a series of postage stamps in com

tions, (22SE] memoration of veterans service organizations (see

-H.R. 2990, Quality Care for the Uninsured Act, H. Con. Res. 60), [18MR]

[3NO] AMERICAN LUGE ASSOCIATION

S. 1059, Dept. of Defense appropriations for Bills and resolutions

military activities, prescribing personnel strengths, Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of and military construction, [1JY]

Grounds for American Luge Association races (see Bills and resolutions introduced
H. Con. Res. 91), [21AP]

Agriculture: prevent implementation of parity payments
Reports filed

and certain marketing quotas, reduce payments under Use of Capitol Grounds for American Luge Association production flexibility contracts, and shorten duration

Races: Committee on Transportation and Infrastruc of such payments (see H.R. 328), [19JA)
ture (House) (H. Con. Res. 91) (H. Rept. 106–171), Appropriations: constitutional amendment on line-item
[8JN]

veto (see H.J. Res. 20), [19JA) AMERICAN PEOPLE PROTECTION ACT

Bankruptcy: modify application of liquidation cases Bills and resolutions

(see H.R. 333), (19JA) Enact (see H.R. 2023), (8JN]

Budget: require two-thirds vote for legislation changing AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION

discretionary spending limits or pay-as-you-go reBills and resolutions

quirements if the budget for the current or immeChildren and youth: condemn published study relative diately preceding year was not in surplus (see H.R.

to sexual relationships between adults and children 343), [19JA) (see H. Con. Res. 107), (12MY]

Children and youth: provide that children's sleepwear AMERICAN PUBLIC TRANSIT ASSOCIATION

be manufactured in accordance with stricter flamBills and resolutions

mability standards (see H.R. 329), (19JA) Anniversary (see H. Con. Res. 171), (3AU]

China, People's Republic of: clarify U.S. commitment Reports filed

to security and democracy in the Republic of China Anniversary: Committee on Transportation and Infra (see H. Con. Res. 22), [3FE]

structure (House) (H. Con. Res. 171) (H. Rept. 106– Corporations: eliminate Federal subsidies (see H.R. 314), (13SE)

2203), [15JN) AMERICAN REVOLUTION related term(s) WAR

Courts: allow persons who bring a product liability Bills and resolutions

action for injuries sustained from a product not in Pennsylvania: protect and conduct a study of Paoli compliance with CPSC standards to recover triple

and Brandywine Battlefields and authorize the Valley damages (see H.R. 3459), [18NO] Forge Museum of the American Revolution (see

confidentiality of parent-child communications H.R. 659), [9FE]

in judicial proceedings (see H.R. 522), (3FE] -protect and conduct a study of Paoli and Bran

-require receipt of normal average wage or salary dywine Battlefields and authorize the Valley Forge for Federal jurors during service (see H.R. 2853), Museum of the American Revolution (H.R. 659), (14SE] consideration (see H. Res. 210), [15JN)

Davis-Bacon Act: require cancellation of contracts with “Yankee Doodle”: recognize Richard Shuckburgh as repeat violators and disclosure of certain payroll in

primary author and Rensselaer, NY, as official home formation (see H.R. 527), [3FE] (see H. Con. Res. 15), (19JA)

Dept. of Defense: implement certain restrictions on purReports filed

chases from Federal Prison Industries (see H.R. Consideration of H.R. 659, Protect America's Treasures 2291), (22JN] of the Revolution for Independence for Our Tomor

-provide financial assistance to the Tri-State row (PATRIOT) Act: Committee on Rules (House) Maritime Safety Association of Delaware, New Jer(H. Res. 210) (H. Rept. 106-187), [15JN)

sey, and Pennsylvania for use for maritime emerProtect America's Treasures of the Revolution for Inde

gency response on the Delaware River (see H.R. pendence for Our Tomorrow (PATRIOT) Act: Com 1220), [23MR) mittee on Resources (House) (H.R. 659) (H. Rept. Dept. of Transportation: funding for purchase of recy106-139), (13MY)

cled materials for certain surface transportation proAMERICAN SAMOA

grams (see H.R. 779), [23FE) Bills and resolutions

-require use of recycled materials in Federal50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act: include aid highway construction projects (see H.R. 778),

District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, American [23FE]

Drugs: provide penalties for open air drug markets

(see H.R. 342), [19JA] Education: provide grants to local educational agencies

for prekindergarten programs (see H.R. 3365), [15NO]

-require States to give priority to charter schools that will provide a racially integrated educational experience in awarding subgrants under the State

charter school grant program (see H.R. 2468), [12JY] Employment: allow employees the right to accept or

reject arbitration to resolve an employment controversy (see H.R. 613), [8FE]

-minimum wage and overtime exemptions for certain computer professionals (see H.R. 3038), [70C]

-protect employee rights (see H.R. 978), [4MR] ERISA: preempt State law in certain cases relative

to certain church plans (see H.R. 2183), [14JN] Families and domestic relations: denial of passports

to noncustodial parents relative to nonpayment of child support (see H.R. 521), [3FE]

-recognize time required to save funds for the college education of adopted children (see H.R. 1365), (12AP]

-require anticipated child support be held in trust on the sale or refinancing of certain real property

of an obligated parent (see H.R. 2855), [14SE] Federal aid programs: public participation in establish

ing locations of substance abuse treatment group

homes (see H.R. 2983), [30SE] Foreign aid: require U.S. directors of international insti

tutions to encourage countries to use U.S. portion of assistance to purchase U.S. goods and services

(see H.R. 2851), [14SE] Fund for Environmental Priorities: establish and fund

with a portion of consumer savings resulting from

retail electricity choice (see H.R. 341), (19JA) Housing: renewal of rental assistance contracts for

moderate rehabilitation projects (see H.R. 1479),

[20AP] Immigration: deport aliens who associate with known

terrorists (see H.R. 334), [19JA) (see H.R. 1745), [11MY]

-permit admission of spouses of permanent resident aliens (see H.R. 2854), (14SE]

-remove aliens who aid or abet a terrorist organization or an individual who has conducted, is conducting, or is planning to conduct a terrorist activity

(see H.R. 2184), [14JN]
Income: protect retirement security of individuals (see

H.R. 526), (3FE]
Insurance: coverage of screening mammography (see

H.R. 524), [3FE]
Interstate commerce: encourage States to enter into

agreements to conform regulations governing lim-
ousine services (see H.R. 523), [3FE]

-prohibit States from imposing restrictions on interstate limousine services (see H.R. 1689), [5MY] Libya: liquidate assets to pay for travel costs of fami

lies of the victims of the Pan Am flight 103 crash in attending the trial of the terrorist suspects in the

crash (see H.R. 899), [2MR] Medicaid: coverage of disabled children and individuals

who became disabled as children without regard to income or assets (see H.R. 821), [24FE]

-require prorating of beneficiary contributions relative to partial coverage for nursing facility serv

ices during a month (see H.R. 2852), [14SE] Members of Congress: increase length of ban on lobby

ing activities after leaving office (see H.R. 335),

[19JA] Motor vehicles: require automatic door locks on pas

senger cars (see H.R. 3153), [270C] NLRB: assert jurisdiction over horseracing and dograc

ing industries (see H.R. 770), [23FE] Nuclear weapons: create incentives for the People's

Republic of China and India to adopt a policy of restraint relative to nuclear activities (see H.R. 1570),

[27AP] Occupational Safety and Health Act: amend to protect

State and local government employees (see H.R.

776), [23FE] OPIC: terminate authorities (see H.R. 332), [19JA)

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