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FOREIGN AID

Consideration of H.R. 1664, Kosovo and Southwest

Asia Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act:
Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 159) (H. Rept.

106-127), [5MY] Consideration of H.R. 2606, Foreign Operations, Ex

port Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 263)

(H. Rept. 106-269), [27JY] Consideration of H.R. 3196, Foreign Operations, Ex

port Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 359) (H. Rept. 106-444), [3NO]

Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 362) (H. Rept. 106-450), [4NO] Debt Relief for Poverty Reduction Act: Committee on

Banking and Financial Services (House) (H.R. 1095)

(H. Rept. 106-483), [18NO] Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Pro

grams Appropriations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 2606) (H. Rept. 106–339), [27SE]

Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 2606) (H. Rept. 106–254), [26JY] Kosovo and Southwest Asia Emergency Supplemental

Appropriations Act: Committee on Appropriations

(House) (H.R. 1664) (H. Rept. 106-125), [4MY] Peace Corps Appropriations: Committee on Inter

national Relations (House) (H.R. 669) (H. Rept.

106-18), [23FE) Taiwan Security Enhancement Act: Committee on

International Relations (House) (H.R. 1838) (H.

Rept. 106-423), [280C) FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT Bills and resolutions Children and youth: authorize appropriations for certain

infant and child health programs (see H.R. 2028),

[8JN) Drugs: clarify definition of “major drug-transit coun

try'' under international narcotics control program

(see H.R. 2608), [26JY] Foreign aid: modify authorities relative to the provision of security assistance (see H.R. 973), [4MR]

-prohibit certain defense services to countries ineligible for international military education, training assistance, or arms transfers (see H.R. 1063),

[10MR) Housing: repeal housing guaranty program (see H.R.

2292), [22JNI FOREIGN BANKS Bills and resolutions Financial institutions: authorizing appropriations to pay

for U.S. contributions to certain international finan

cial institutions (see H.R. 2504), (14JY] Taxation: deny deduction for certain reparations re

ceived by Holocaust survivors (see H.R. 3511), [19NO)

exclude reparations received by Holocaust survivors (see H.R. 390), [19JA] (see H.R. 1292),

[25MR] FOREIGN CORRUPT PRACTICES ACT Bills and resolutions International Olympic Committee: prohibit U.S. cor

porations from providing financial support until insti

tutional reforms are adopted (see H.R. 1370), [12AP] FOREIGN COUNTRIES Appointments Commission on International Religious Freedom,

[16JNI Trade Deficit Review Commission, [25FE] Bills and resolutions Africa: urge an end to the war between Eritrea and

Ethiopia and call on human rights organizations to investigate abuses in connection with the conflict

(see H. Con. Res. 46), [9MR] Agriculture: ensure safety of imported meat and poultry products (see H.R. 2581), [21JY]

-labeling of imported meat and meat food products containing imported meat (see H.R. 1144), [17MR) (see H.R. 1698), [5MY]

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

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

-require labeling of country of origin of imported perishable agricultural commodities (see H.R. 222), [7JA) (see H.R. 1145), (17MR]

Angola: support peace process (see H. Res. 390),

[17NO] Argentina: investigation of terrorist attack on Jewish

Cultural Center in Buenos Aires (see H. Con. Res.

163), [22JY] Armenia: murder of government officials during terror

ist attack on Parliament building (see H. Con. Res.

216), [280C] (see H. Con. Res. 222), [9NO] Army: close School of the Americas (see H.R. 732),

[11FE) Asian Americans: racial stereotyping relative to espio

nage and campaign fundraising investigations (see

H. Con. Res. 124), [27MY) Aviation: increase access for U.S. air carriers to air

ports in the United Kingdom (see H.R. 3072), [140C)

-require U.S. airlines to conduct safety audits of foreign air carriers as a condition of approval of code-sharing agreements between the carriers (see

H.R. 2024), [8JN) Azerbaijan: allocation of foreign aid (see H.R. 1567),

[27AP] Belarus: human rights violations and democracy efforts

(see H. Con. Res. 230), [16NO] Bulgaria: U.S. policy (see H. Con. Res. 170), [2AU] Business and industry: provide assistance to micro

enterprises in developing countries (see H.R. 1143), [17MR]

-provide assistance to microenterprises in developing countries (H.R. 1143), consideration (see H.

Res. 136), [12AP] Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of the

rotunda for a ceremony to honor anniversary of NATO and accession of Poland, Hungary, and the

Czech Republic (see H. Con. Res. 81), [12AP] Caribbean nations: promote growth of free enterprise

and economic opportunity, increase trade and investment with the U.S., and encourage free trade policies

(see H.R. 1834), [18MY] Census: conduct an interim census of Americans

abroad and use data to decide whether to count such individuals in future decennial censuses (see H.R. 2444), (1JY]

-include U.S. citizens living abroad (see H. Con. Res. 129), [9JN] China, People's Republic of: condemn officials in

volved in enforcement of forced abortions and prevent officials from entering or remaining in the U.S. (see H.R. 138), [7JA]

encourage a dialog with Tibet (see H. Res. 389), [17NO] China, Republic of: assist in enhancement of security (see H.R. 1838), [18MY]

-assistance for earthquake victims (see H.J. Res. 70), (50C)

express sympathy for earthquake victims (see H. Res. 297), [21SE]

-participation in WHO (see H.R. 1794), [13MY]

-representation in international institutions (see H. Con. Res. 61), [18MR] Citizenship: confer U.S. citizenship automatically and

retroactively to foreign-born children adopted by U.S. citizens (see H.R. 2883), [21SE]

-modify retroactively the residence requirement for certain individuals born abroad before 1953 to one citizen parent and one alien parent (see H.R.

801), [23FE] Clinton, President: abstain from renegotiating inter

national agreements governing antidumping and

countervailing measures (see H. Res. 298), [22SE] Colombia: advance peace process to end ongoing vio

lence which threatens democracy, human rights, and economic and social stability (see H. Res. 228), [29JN]

condemn kidnapping and murder by Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) of Ingrid Washinawatok, Terence Freitas, and Lahe’ena'e Gay (see H. Res. 181), [19MY]

-tribute to democratic elections and renew efforts to end guerrilla war (see H. Res. 24), (19JA] Computers: prohibit gambling on the Internet (see H.R.

3125), [210C) Contracts: preserve full and open competition for con

tracts for the transportation of military cargo between the U.S. and Iceland (see H. Con. Res. 219), [2NO]

Costa Rica: protection of lives and property rights from

squatters (see H. Con. Res. 69), [24MR] Courts: allow suits against the Federal Government

for gross negligence when individuals are injured

or killed overseas (see H.R. 1371), [12AP] Crime: eliminate money laundering in private banking,

warn banks of countries with a concentration of money laundering, and require the FRS to include money laundering in the consideration of certain applications (see H.R. 1471), [15AP]

eliminate money laundering in private banking and require the Dept. of the Treasury to take certain actions relative to countries with a concentration of money laundering activities (see H.R. 2905), [21SE]

establish Federal jurisdiction over crimes committed outside the U.S. by civilians employed by, or accompanying, the U.S. Armed Forces (see H.R. 3380), [16NO]

-increase cooperation on extradition efforts between the U.S. and foreign governments (see H.R.

3212), [3NO] Crime Stoppers International (organization): tribute (see

H. Res. 28), [19JA) Cuba: extradition to U.S. of Joanne Chesimard and

certain other individuals (see H.R. 3329), [10NOJ Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act: repeal

Presidential authority relative to suspension of cer

tain effective dates (see H.R. 181), [7JA] Customs Service: designate San Antonio International

Airport as an airport at which certain private aircraft arriving from a foreign area may land for processing,

[17JN Customs Service, U.S. Trade Representative, and ITC:

authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1833), [18MY] Dept. of Agriculture: provide flexibility to help devel

oping countries and move surplus commodities from

the U.S. (see H.R. 3104), [190C] Dept. of Defense: transfer naval vessels to certain foreign countries (see H.R. 1908), [24MY]

Luse available funds to implement special supplemental food benefit program for personnel stationed

overseas (see H.R. 1779), (12MY] Dept. of Energy: establish moratorium on Foreign Visi

tors Program and set up counter-intelligence program at nuclear laboratories (see H.R. 1348, 1348), [25MR]

-establish Nuclear Security Administration and an Office of Under Sec. for National Security (see

H.R. 2032), [8JN) Dept. of State: establish a Board of Visa Appeals (see H.R. 1156), (17MR)

-provide appropriate training and materials to all executive branch employees involved in responding to issues related to human rights, ethnic cleansing,

and genocide (see H. Res. 398), [18NO] Dept. of the Treasury: Exchange Stabilization Fund

reform (see H.R. 1540), [22AP] Drugs: freeze assets of certain foreign narcotics traf

fickers and prohibit financial dealings with the U.S.

(see H.R. 2105), [9JN] (see H.R. 3164), [280C] Electronic commerce: facilitate the use of electronic

records and signatures in interstate or foreign commerce (see H.R. 1714), [6MY]

-facilitate the use of electronic records and signatures in interstate or foreign commerce (H.R. 1714),

consideration (see H. Res. 366), [8NO] Employment: provide for work authorization for non

immigrant spouses of intracompany transferees if the U.S. has a reciprocal agreement with the country of which the transferee is a national (see H.R. 2662),

[30JY) Ericson, Leif: mint coins in conjunction with Iceland

in commemoration of the millennium of the discovery of the New World (see H.R. 31), [6JA] (see

H.R. 3373), [16NO] Eximbank: clarify quorum requirement for Board of

Directors (see H.R. 2565), [20JY] Families and domestic relations: establish a national

registry for persons who provide intercountry adop

tion services (see H.R. 501), [2FE] Financial institutions: promote openness, transparency,

and efficiency in international government procurement through capacity building and third-party procurement monitoring (see H.R. 3116), [200C]

FOREIGN COUNTRIES

non

Firearms: standards for certain foreign and domesti

cally-produced handguns (see H.R. 2003), [27MY]

(see H.R. 2009), [8JN] Fishermen's Protective Act: extend reimbursement pe

riod for owners of U.S. fishing vessels for costs incurred from seizure and detention by a foreign

country (see H.R. 1651), [29AP] Foreign aid: modify authorities relative to the provision of security assistance (see H.R. 973), [4MR]

-prohibit certain defense services to countries ineligible for international military education, training assistance, or arms transfers (see H.R. 1063), [10MR]

-prohibit certain foreign assistance to countries that consistently oppose the U.S. position in the U.N. General Assembly (see H.R. 1054), [10MR]

-prohibit military assistance and arms transfers to certain countries (see H.R. 2269), [17JN]

-prohibit U.S. economic assistance for countries that ratify the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (see H.R. 2381), [29JN]

-recognize commitment and dedication of humanitarian relief nongovernmental organizations and private volunteer organizations for efforts in Central America and Kosovo (see H. Res. 152), [27AP]

-require U.S. directors of international institutions to encourage countries to use U.S. portion of assistance to purchase U.S. goods and services (see

H.R. 2851), [14SE] Foreign Assistance Act: authorize appropriations for

certain infant and child health programs (see H.R. 2028), [8JN]

-repeal housing guaranty program (see H.R. 2292), [22JN] Foreign operations, export financing, and related pro

grams: making appropriations (see H.R. 2606), [26JY] (see H.R. 3196), [2NO] (see H.R. 3422), [17NO]

-making appropriations (H.R. 2606), consideration (see H. Res. 263), [27JY]

-making appropriations (H.R. 2606), consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 307), (see H. Res. 307), [28SE)

-making appropriations (H.R. 3196), consideration (see H. Res. 359), [3NO] (see H. Res. 362),

[4NO] Foreign policy: allocation of economic assistance to

Northern Ireland and border counties in Ireland (see H.R. 1164), (17MR)

establish framework for consideration of unilateral economic sanctions (see H.R. 1244), [24MR]

-limit sanctions on exports to India and Pakistan to material contributions to nuclear weapons and missiles (see H. Con. Res. 146), [29JN]

-promote democracy in Serbia and Montenegro (see H.R. 1064), [10MR]

-provide bilateral and multilateral debt relief relative to sub-Saharan Africa (see H.R. 2232), [15JN)

-provide bilateral debt relief and improve the provision of multilateral debt relief (see H.R. 1095), [11MR]

-provide bilateral debt relief to heavily indebted poor countries and strengthen similar international relief efforts (see H.R. 3049), [70C]

--provide incentives to corporations to invest in developing countries, debt relief for developing countries, and a method for repayment of money owed to the U.S. (see H.R. 3211), [3NO]

-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]

-require President adhere to consistent policy when introducing Armed Forces into hostile situations (see H. Con. Res. 164), [27JY]

-require the President to report on the effectiveness of the imposition of unilateral economic sanctions by the U.S. (see H.R. 3406), (16NO]

-suspend certain sanctions imposed on India and Pakistan (see H.R. 1784), [12MY] Foreign Service: anniversary (see H. Res. 168),

[12MY] Foreign trade: amend trade laws to address import crises (see H.R. 1505), [21AP]

-application of countervailing duties to nonmarket economy countries (see H.R. 3198), [2NO]

-bar the imposition of increased tariffs or other retaliatory measures against products of the European Union in response to its banana regime (see H.R. 1361), [25MR]

clarify antitrust policy relative to commerce with foreign nations (see H.R. 101), [7JA]

-consolidate and enhance trade adjustment assistance and NAFTA transitional adjustment assistance programs (see H.R. 1491), [20AP]

eliminate disincentives to fair trade conditions (see H.R. 842), [24FE]

encourage establishment of free trade areas with certain Pacific Rim countries (see H.R. 1942), [26MY]

exempt certain small businesses from increased tariffs or other retaliatory measures against products of the European Union in response to its banana regime and treatment of imported meat (see H.R. 2106), [9JN]

exemptions from certain import prohibitions (see H.R. 1808), [13MY]

-export controls on certain high-speed computers (see H.R. 1962), [26MY] (see H.R. 2623), [27JY]

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

-miscellaneous and technical changes to various trade laws (see H.R. 326), [19JA] (see H.R. 435), [2FE]

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

require development of objective criteria to achieve market access in foreign countries and provide the President with reciprocal trade authority (see H.R. 2612), [26JY]

-require that imported jewelry be indelibly marked with the country of origin (see H.R. 2191), [143N]

-require that imported jewelry boxes be indelibly marked with the country of origin (see H.R. 2192), [143N)

-require the marking of frozen produce with the country of origin on the front panel of the package for retail sale (see H.R. 2995), [10C]

-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]

-withhold extension of World Trade Organization Agreement to any country not in compliance with

the New York Convention (see H.R. 2353), [24JN] Geneva Conventions: celebrate anniversary and recog

nize the humanitarian safeguards these treaties provide in times of armed conflict (see H. Con. Res.

102), [6MY] Government: constitutional amendment relative to legal

effects of new treaties and agreements on the Constitution (see H.J. Res. 63), [22JY]

-nullify various Executive orders relative to the assassination of foreign military or terrorist leaders

(see H.R. 1403), [14AP] Guatemala: anniversary of peace accords (see H. Res.

26), [19JA] Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Co

operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption: implementation (see H.R. 2342), [24JN] (see H.R.

2909), [22SE] Haiti: condemn the irregular interruption of the demo

cratic political institutional process (see H. Con. Res.

43). [8MR] Hong Kong: prohibit export of certain high-speed com

puters (see H.R. 1813), [13MY]

House Rules: require a two-thirds majority on legisla

tion implementing future trade agreements pursuant

to fast-track procedures (see H. Res. 96), [3MR] Human rights: combat trafficking in human beings and

provide assistance to victims (see H.R. 3154), [270C] (see H.R. 3244), [8NO]

-prevent trafficking of women and children for forced prostitution and labor (see H.R. 1238),

[23MR) (see H.R. 1356), [25MR) Hurricanes: disaster assistance to Caribbean and Central

American countries (see H.R. 984), [4MR] Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibil

ity Act: repeal judicial jurisdiction limitations (see

H.R. 2125), (10JN) (see H.R. 3149), [260C] IMF: make funding contingent upon cancellation of

certain foreign debt owed to the U.S. (see H.R. 1305), [25MR)

oppose use of proceeds from the sale of gold reserves for structural adjustment programs in developing countries (see H. Con. Res. 132), [14JN]

-prohibit funding until payment of interest on U.S. reserves (see H.R. 3134), [210C]

--provide debt relief to highly indebted poor countries, end participation in Enhanced Structural Adjustment Facility, and require that certain conditions be met before the sale of gold reserves (see H.R. 2939), [23SE]

-requirements before sale of gold (see H.R. 2453), (1JY] Immigration: allow certain aliens to obtain immigrant visitor's visas (see H.R. 184), [7JA]

-arrival and departure requirements for Canadian citizens relative to automated entry and exit control systems (see H.R. 1250), [24MR]

eligibility of nationals from Montenegro, Macedonia, and Albania for temporary protected status (see H.R. 2091), [9JN]

establish pilot program to allow certain aliens who complete a postsecondary degree in math or science to change their immigrant status to remain in U.S. and work in one of those fields (see H.R. 2687), [3AU]

-extend the time period for admission of certain aliens as nonimmigrants and authorize appropriations for refugee assistance programs (see H.R. 3061), [120C]

-increase number of temporary visas for skilled workers (see H.R. 2698), [4AU]

make Religious Worker Visa Program permanent (see H.R. 1871), [19MY]

-modify implementation requirements for automated entry and exit control systems (see H.R. 1650), [29AP]

-waive certain inadmissibility grounds for aliens married to U.S. citizens relative to political activity in Ireland or Northern Ireland (see H.R. 2110), [9JN]

-waive naturalization requirement to take oath of renunciation and allegiance for certain disabled

or impaired applicants (see H.R. 1846), [18MY] India: support elections and encourage visit by Presi

dent Clinton (see H. Con. Res. 210, 211), [270C] Indonesia: deployment of a U.N. force to address

human rights violations in East Timor relative to vote on self-determination (see H. Res. 292), [14SE]

-implementation of results of referendum in East Timor and end violence by paramilitary groups (see H. Con. Res. 183, 185; H. Res. 285), [9SE]

-oppose IMF and World Bank loans until violence resulting from the referendum in East Timor has been ended (see H.R. 2822), [9SE]

-prohibit assistance until Government has provided full compensation for damage done by paramilitary groups in East Timor (see H.R. 3157), [270C]

-prohibit economic assistance until the results of the referendum in East Timor have been fully implemented (see H.R. 2809), [8SE] (see H.R. 2838), [9SE] (see H.R. 2895), [21SE]

-prohibit military assistance until the termination of paramilitary funding and human rights violations

in East Timor (see H. Con. Res. 97), [5MY] International Atomic Energy Agency: withhold vol

untary proportional assistance relative to the develop

FOREIGN COUNTRIES

ment and completion of the Bushehr nuclear power

plant in Iran (see H.R. 1477), [20AP] International Claims Settlement Act: settlement of

claims relative to U.S. victims of National Socialist

persecution (see H.R. 2781), [5AU] International economic relations: promote international

monetary stability and share seigniorage with offi

cially dollarized countries (see H.R. 3493), [18NO] International law: judicial remedies for U.S. persons

injured as a result of foreign violations of arbitral

obligations (see H.R. 2352), [24JN] International relations: commend Greece and Turkey

for mutual humanitarian assistance and rescue relief relative to earthquakes (see H. Con. Res. 188), [22SE]

-normalization of relations between India and Pakistan (see H. Res. 84), [2MR] International St. Lawrence River Board of Control: es

tablish certain procedures regarding appointment and

tenure (see H.R. 3395), [16NO] Israel: recognition of Jerusalem as capital (see H.R.

2515), [14JY] (see H.R. 2785), [5AU) Jerusalem Embassy Act: amend (see H.R. 2584),

[21JY] Jordan: tribute to efforts by King Abdullah Bin Hussein

on the Middle East peace process and to condemn efforts within Jordan to further hostility towards

Israel (see H. Res. 340), [210C] Korea, Democratic People's Republic of: impose condi

tions on assistance, nuclear cooperation, and other

transactions (see H.R. 1835), [18MY] Korea, Republic of: designate for Visa Waiver Pilot

Program (see H.R. 1896), [20MY] Kosovar-American Enterprise Fund: establish (see H.R.

2745), [5AU] Kosovo: provide humanitarian assistance for Kosovar

Albanian refugees (see H.R. 1519), [21AP] Laos: condemn human rights abuses and role in the

abduction of Houa Ly and Michael Vang (see H.

Res. 332), (140C) 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] Macau: U.S. policy (see H.R. 825), [24FE] Mexico: adopt measures to support a peaceful resolu

tion of the conflict and to protect human rights in Chiapas (see H. Con. Res. 238), [18NO]

-improve counterdrug activities (see H.J. Res. 61), (1JY]

-require safety inspections on trucks crossing into the U.S. (see H.R. 2766), [5AU]

-safety and well-being of U.S. citizens injured while traveling (see H. Con. Res. 232), [17NO] Middle East: establish U.S. policy on the withdrawal

of Syrian forces from Lebanon and the restoration

of Lebanon's independence (see H.R. 2056), (8JN] NAFTA: parity among participating countries relative

to the personal allowance for duty-free merchandise

purchased abroad (see H. Con. Res. 70), [24MR] Nuclear weapons: recognize the security interests of

the U.S. in furthering complete nuclear disarmament

(see H. Res. 82), [24FE] Office of the U.S. Trade Representative: periodically

revise retaliation lists of goods of countries that fail to comply with the rulings of the World Trade Orga

nization (see H.R. 2991), [10C] Omnibus Consolidated and Emergency Supplemental

Appropriations Act: technical corrections relative to international narcotics control and law enforcement

assistance (see H.R. 1379), (13AP] OPIC: reauthorize (see H.R. 1993), [27MY] (see H.R. 3381), [16NO]

-reauthorize (H.R. 1993), consideration (see H. Res. 327), [120C]

terminate authorities (see H.R. 332), [19JA) Pakistan: remove waiver authority for the prohibition

on military assistance (see H.R. 3095), [180C] Palestinians: condemn efforts to revive the original Pal

estine partition plan and the U.N. Commission on Human Rights resolution endorsing self-determination based on the plan (see H. Con. Res. 131), [10JN]

Panama: prohibit U.S. assistance upon conveyance of

any military facility built or operated by the U.S. to any foreign government-owned entity (see H.R.

2244), (16JN] Passports: record place of birth as Jerusalem, Israel,

on certain U.S. passports (see H.R. 2768), [5AU] Peru: interference with freedom of the press and the

independence of judicial and electoral institutions

(see H. Res. 57), [11FE] Polish-American Enterprise Fund: transfer funds to a

private, nonprofit organization located in Poland

upon termination (see H.R. 901), [2MR] Political campaigns: increase penalties for making or

accepting contributions in the name of another and prohibit foreign nationals from making any campaign-related disbursements (see H.R. 1747), [11MY]

-prohibit certain election-related activities by foreign nationals (see H.R. 1778), [12MY]

-prohibit contributions from individuals that are not U.S. citizens (see H.R. 69), [7JA) Refugees: provide a comprehensive program of support

for victims of torture (see H.R. 2367), [29JN] Refuse disposal: permit States to prohibit the disposal

of solid waste imported from other nations (see H.R.

379), (19JA) Remy, France: tribute to citizens for burial of Houston Braly (see H. Con. Res. 123), [27MY]

-tribute to fundraising efforts of 364th Fighter Group for restoration of stained glass windows (see

H. Con. Res. 123), [27MY] Romania: U.S. policy (see H. Con. Res. 169), [2AU] Russia: location and removal of KGB cache of arms

and explosives placed in the U.S. (see H. Res. 380), [16NO]

-promote freedom of news media and freedom of expression to support democratization (see H.

Con. Res. 67), [23MR] Science: prohibit Federal funding for human cloning

research and encourage equivalent restrictions by

other countries (see H.R. 2326), [23JN] SEC: establish Office of National Security (see H.R.

2204), (15JN) Serbia and Montenegro: promote democracy (see H.R.

1373), [12AP] Ships and vessels: permit the transportation of pas

sengers between U.S. ports by certain foreign-flag vessels and encourage U.S.-flag vessels to participate in such transportation (see H.R. 248), [7JA]

-revitalize international.competitiveness of U.S.flag merchant marine (see H.R. 2159), [10JN] (see

H.R. 3225), [4NO] Slovak Republic: U.S. policy (see H. Con. Res. 165),

(29JY] Somalia: economic, humanitarian, and other assistance

to northern part (see H. Con. Res. 20), [2FE] South America: tribute to Peru and Ecuador for signing

of peace agreement (see H. Res. 25), [19JA] Space policy: promote international competitiveness of

commercial space industry, ensure Federal and private access to space, and minimize opportunities for foreign transfer of critical satellite technologies (see

H.R. 1526), [22AP] (see H.R. 2542), [16JY] Sudan: condemn Government for genocide in southern

Sudan, support for terrorism, and human rights violations (see H. Con. Res. 75), [24MR]

increase diplomatic efforts to encourage peace process in ongoing civil war and facilitate relief ef

forts (see H.R. 2906), [21SE] Taiwan Relations Act: reaffirm U.S. commitment (see

H. Con. Res. 53), [11MR] (see H. Con. Res. 56),

[17MR) Tariff: clarify rules for treatment of international travel

merchandise and bonded warehouses and staging areas (see H.R. 2648), [29JY]

-footwear assembled in beneficiary countries (see H.R. 2193), [14JN] Taxation: ensure confidentiality of advance pricing agreements (see H.R. 2378), [29JN]

extend certain tax benefits to Armed Forces members performing services in Serbia and Montenegro (see H.R. 1376), [13AP]

extend certain tax benefits to Armed Forces members performing services in Serbia and Mon

tenegro (H.R. 1376), consideration (see H. Res. 140), [14AP]

incentives to encourage domestic production of oil and gas and respond to surging foreign oil imports (see H.R. 1116), [16MR]

-make permanent the moratorium on the taxation of Internet and interactive computer service commerce (see H. Con. Res. 190), [30SE]

-prevent abuse of the enhanced charitable deduction for overseas contributions of drugs (see H.R. 3197), [2NO]

-provide incentives and job training grants for communities affected by migration of businesses and jobs to Canada or Mexico as a result of NAFTA (see H.R. 1967), [26MY]

-repeal limitation on the use of foreign tax credits under the alternative minimum tax (see H.R. 1633), [29AP]

-treatment of active financing income earned overseas by financial services firms (see H.R. 681), [10FE]

-treatment of businesses operating abroad (see H.R. 2018), (8JN]

-treatment of certain foreign base company shipping income (see H.R. 265), [7JA] (see H.R. 3102), [190C]

-treatment of crude oil and petroleum products importation (see H.R. 1204), [18MR]

-treatment of foreign investments through U.S. regulated investment companies (see H.R. 2430), [1JY)

treatment of foreign pipeline transportation income (see H.R. 1127), [16MR]

-treatment of the sale of a principal residence by a member of the Armed Forces while on official extended duty (see H.R. 1635), [29AP]

-treatment of the sale of a principal residence by a member of the uniformed services or Foreign Service (see H.R. 865), [25FE]

-treatment of U.S. utilities’ foreign investments relative to foreign tax credits and deductible interest

allocation rules (see H.R. 1416), [14AP] Tobacco products: smuggling prevention programs (see

H.R. 2503), [14JY] Trade Adjustment Assistance Program: reauthorize (see

H.R. 1728), [6MY] (see H.R. 2406), [30JN] Trade and Development Agency: reauthorize (see H.R. 1993), [27MY] (see H.R. 3381), [16NO]

-reauthorize (H.R. 1993), consideration (see H. Res. 327), (120C] Treaties and agreements: approve a governing inter

national fishery agreement between the U.S. and the Russian Federation (see H.R. 1653), [29AP]

-authorize the President to provide regulatory credit for voluntary early action to lessen environmental impacts from greenhouse gas emissions (see H.R. 2520), [14JY]

-prohibit executive branch compliance with the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty and the multilateral Memorandum of Understanding related to that treaty

(see H.R. 2022), (8JN] Turkey: compliance with U.N. resolutions relative to

Cyprus (see H. Con. Res. 100), [6MY] (see H. Con. Res. 159), [20JY]

end restrictions on freedoms and human rights of the enclaved people of Cyprus (see H. Con. Res.

80), [25MR] U.N.: implement Programme of Action of the Inter

national Conference on Population and Development while maintaining sovereign rights of countries relative to family planning (see H. Res. 102), [9MR] (see H. Res. 118), (16MR]

-payment of U.S. arrearages (see H.R. 1266), [24MR] (see H.R. 1355; H. Con. Res. 78), [25MR]

-promote full equality for Israel (see H.R. 3405), [16NO]

-restore a voluntary U.S. contribution to the U.N. Population Fund (see H.R. 895), [2MR] U.S. Immigration Court: establish (see H.R. 185), [7JA] Veterans: authorize the Pyramid of Remembrance

Foundation to establish a memorial dedicated to soldiers who have died in foreign conflicts other than declared wars (see H.R. 1804), [13MY]

FOREIGN POLICY

Women's World Cup: tribute to U.S. women's soccer

team (see H. Res. 241), [12JY] (see H. Res. 244),

[13JY) (see H. Res. 248), [14JY] World Bank: prevent U.S. funds from being used for

environmentally destructive projects or projects involving involuntary resettlement (see H.R. 2969),

129SE) World Trade Organization: address issue of runaway

film production and cultural content restrictions at

Seattle, WA, talks (see H. Res. 384), (17NO]
Conference reports
Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Pro-

grams Appropriations (H.R. 2606), [27SE]
Messages
Central American and Haitian Parity Act: President

Clinton, 5AU)
Duty Free Treatment of Gabon, Mongolia, and Mauri-

tania Under the Generalized System of Preferences:

President Clinton, [30JN]
Emigration Laws and Policies of Albania: President

Clinton, [2FE), [19JY]
Exchange Stabilization Fund Financing for Brazil:

President Clinton, [15JN]
Export of Satellite Fuels and Separation Systems to

the People's Republic of China: President Clinton,

[11MY] National Emergency Caused by Lapse of the Export

Administration Act: President Clinton, [24JN] National Emergency Relative to Burma: President Clin

ton, [18MY], [26MY] National Emergency Relative to Iran: President Clinton,

[10MR), (16MR), [26MY], [23SE), [16NO) National Emergency Relative to Iraq: President Clinton,

[21JY] National Emergency Relative to Narcotics Traffickers

in Colombia: President Clinton, [190C], [200C],

[2NO] National Emergency Relative to Sudan: President Clin

ton, [3MY]
National Endowment for Democracy Report: President

Clinton, [18MR]
U.S. Government Activities in the U.N.: President Clin-

ton, [13SE]
Motions
Clinton, President: abstain from renegotiating inter-

national agreements governing antidumping and

countervailing measures, [4NO] Foreign operations, export financing, and related pro

grams: making appropriations (H.R. 2606), [14SE] Reports filed Approve a Governing International Fishery Agreement

Between the U.S. and the Russian Federation: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1653) (H. Rept.

106–195), [22JN) Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2606, For

eign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House)

(H. Res. 307) (H. Rept. 106-345), [28SE] Consideration of H.R. 1143, Microenterprise for Self

Reliance Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.

136) (H. Rept. 106–85), [12AP] Consideration of H.R. 1376, Extend Certain Tax Bene

fits to Armed Forces Members Performing Services in Serbia and Montenegro: Committee on Rules

(House) (H. Res. 140) (H. Rept. 106-95), [14AP] Consideration of H.R. 1714, Electronic Signatures in

Global and National Commerce Act: Committee on
Rules (House) (H. Res. 366) (H. Rept. 106–462),

[8NO)
Consideration of H.R. 1993, Export Enhancement Act:

Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 327) (H. Rept.

106-376), [120C] Consideration of H.R. 2606, Foreign Operations, Ex

port Financing, and Related Programs Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 263)

(H. Rept. 106–269), [27JY] Consideration of H.R. 3196, Foreign Operations, Ex

port Financing, and Related Programs Appropria-
tions: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 359)
(H. Rept. 106–444), [3NO]

-Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 362) (H.
Rept. 106-450), [4NO]
Debt Relief for Poverty Reduction Act: Committee on

Banking and Financial Services (House) (H.R. 1095)
(H. Rept. 106 483), [18NO]

Electronic Signatures in Global and National Com Reports filed

merce Act: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. Consideration of H.R. 434, African Growth and Oppor1714) (H. Rept. 106–341), [27SE)

tunity Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. -Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 250) (H. Rept. 106–236), [15JY] 1714) (H. Rept. 106-341), [180C)

FOREIGN NARCOTICS KINGPIN DESIGNATION
Encourage Efforts To Have European Union Regulation ACT

of Aircraft Noise Rescinded: Committee on Trans Bills and resolutions
portation and Infrastructure (House) (H. Con. Res. Enact (see H.R. 3164), [280C]
187) (H. Rept. 106-334), [24SE]

Messages
Export Enhancement Act: Committee on International National Emergency Relative to Narcotics Traffickers

Relations (House) (H.R. 1993) (H. Rept. 106–325), in Colombia: President Clinton, [2NO]
[17SE)

FOREIGN POLICY related term(s) TREATIES AND
Extend Certain Tax Benefits to Armed Forces Members AGREEMENTS

Performing Services in Serbia and Montenegro: Appointments
Committee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 1376) Canada-U.S. Interparliamentary Group, [11FE), [7JN)
(H. Rept. 106-90), [13AP]

Mexico-U.S. Interparliamentary Group, [11FE], [25JN)
Fishermen's Protective Act Reimbursement Period Ex Official Advisers to International Conferences, Meet-

tension for U.S. Fishing Vessels Owners Costs In ings, and Negotiation Sessions Relating to Trade
curred From Seizure and Detention by a Foreign Agreements, [19JA)
Country: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. President's Export Council, [24MR]
1651) (H. Rept. 106–197), [23JN]

Bills and resolutions
Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Pro Afghanistan: prevent any Taliban led Government from

grams Appropriations: Committee of Conference obtaining a seat in the U.N. and refuse recognition
(H.R. 2606) (H. Rept. 106-339), [27SE]

for any Afghan Government while human rights vio-Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. lations persist against women and girls (see H. Res. 2606) (H. Rept. 106–254), [26JY]

187), [25MY]
Microenterprise for Self-Reliance Act: Committee on Africa: HIV/AIDS prevention programs funding for

International Relations (House) (H.R. 1143) (H. sub-Saharan Africa (see H.R. 2765), [5AU)
Rept. 106–82), [12AP]

-urge an end to the war between Eritrea and Selective Agricultural Embargoes Act: Committee on Ethiopia and call on human rights organizations to

Agriculture (House) (H.R. 17) (H. Rept. 106-154), investigate abuses in connection with the conflict [20MY]

(see H. Con. Res. 46), [9MR] -Committee on International Relations (House) Agriculture: multilateral trade negotiations objectives (H.R. 17) (H. Rept. 106-154), (143N)

(see H. Res. 224), [25JN]
Taiwan Security Enhancement Act: Committee on Albania: normal trade relations status (see H.R. 2746),

International Relations (House) (H.R. 1838) (H. [SAU]
Rept. 106-423), [280C]

Angola: support peace process (see H. Res. 390),
Trade Agency Authorizations, Drug Free Borders, and [17NO]

Prevention of On-Line Child Pornography Act: Com Appropriations: making emergency supplemental for mittee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 1833) military operations, refugee relief, and humanitarian (H. Rept. 106-161), [24MY]

assistance relative to Kosovo conflict, and for miliTrafficking Victims Protection Act: Committee on tary operations in Southwest Asia (see H.R. 1664),

International Relations (House) (H.R. 3244) (H. [4MY]
Rept. 106–487), [22NO]

-making emergency supplemental for military FOREIGN CURRENCIES

operations, refugee relief, and humanitarian assistBills and resolutions

ance relative to Kosovo conflict, and for military Crime: prevent smuggling of large amounts of currency operations in Southwest Asia (H.R. 1664), consider

or monetary instruments into or out of the U.S. ation (see H. Res. 159), [5MY]
(see H.R. 240), [7JA]

Armed Forces: require President adhere to consistent
Electronic Fund Transfer Act: require additional disclo policy when introducing Armed Forces into hostile

sures relative to exchange rates in transfers involving situations (see H. Con. Res. 164), [27JY]
international transactions (see H.R. 382), [19JA]

-support for troops carrying out NATO military FOREIGN INVESTMENTS

operations against Serbia (see H. Con. Res. 72), (see Bills and resolutions

H. Res. 130, 132), [24MR]
Dept. of the Treasury: prohibit issuance of regulations

Arms control: reduction of nuclear weapons and applidealing with hybrid transactions (see H.R. 672), cation of savings to certain domestic initiatives (see [10FE)

H.R. 2545), (16JY]
Financial institutions: authorizing appropriations to pay Army: close School of the Americas (see H.R. 732),

for U.S. contributions to certain international finan [11FE)
cial institutions (see H.R. 2504), (14JY]

Asia: human rights violations and noncompliance with Foreign policy: authorize trade and investment policy Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe relative to sub-Saharan Africa (see H.R. 2489),

commitments on democratization in Central Asia [13JY)

(see H. Con. Res. 204), [210C) -authorize trade and investment policy relative Azerbaijan: allocation of foreign aid (see H.R. 1567), to sub-Saharan Africa (H.R. 434), consideration (see [27AP] H. Res. 250), [15JY]

Belarus: human rights violations and democracy efforts Kosovar-American Enterprise Fund: establish (see H.R. (see H. Con. Res. 230), [16NO] 2745), [5AU]

Bulgaria: U.S. policy (see H. Con. Res. 170), [2AU) Polish-American Enterprise Fund: transfer funds to a Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of the

private, nonprofit organization located in Poland rotunda for a ceremony to honor anniversary of upon termination (see H.R. 901), [2MR]

NATO and accession of Poland, Hungary, and the SEC: establish Office of National Security (see H.R. Czech Republic (see H. Con. Res. 81), [12AP] 2204), (15JN)

Caribbean nations: promote growth of free enterprise Taxation; treatment of businesses operating abroad (see and economic opportunity, increase trade and investH.R. 2018), [8JN]

ment with the U.S., and encourage free trade policies treatment of foreign investments through U.S. (see H.R. 1834), [18MY] regulated investment companies (see H.R. 2430), China, People's Republic of: clarify U.S. commitment [1JY)

to security and democracy in the Republic of China -treatment of U.S. utilities foreign investments (see H. Con. Res. 22), [3FE] relative to foreign tax credits and deductible interest

condemn officials involved in enforcement of allocation rules (see H.R. 1416), [14AP]

forced abortions and prevent officials from entering Motions

or remaining in the U.S. (see H.R. 138), [7JA] Foreign policy: authorize trade and investment policy

congressional approval before the U.S. supports relative to sub-Saharan Africa (H.R. 434), [16JY] admission into the World Trade Organization, and

FOREIGN POLICY

U.S. withdrawal if admission is granted without U.S.
approval (see H.R. 884), [1MR)

encourage a dialog with Tibet (see H. Res. 389),
[17NO]

encourage formation and protection of the Chi-
nese Democracy Party (see H. Con. Res. 6), [7JA]

-grant normal trade relations upon accession to
the World Trade Organization (see H.R. 577), [4FE]

-human rights violations (see H. Con. Res. 28),
[10FE]

-normal trade relations status (see H.J. Res. 57),
[8JN]

-persecution of Falun Gong practitioners (see H.
Con. Res. 218), [2NO]

-prohibit U.S. export of satellites and related
items (see H.R. 281), [7JA]

-Tiananmen Square massacre anniversary (see H.
Res. 178), [18MY]
China, Republic of: assist in enhancement of security
(see H.R. 1838), [18MY]

assistance for earthquake victims (see H.J. Res.
70), (50C]
Clinton, President: abstain from renegotiating inter-

national agreements governing antidumping and

countervailing measures (see H. Res. 298), [22SE]
Cold war: celebrate victory and anniversary of the fall
of the Berlin Wall (see H. Con. Res. 121), [27MY]

celebrate victory and anniversary of the fall of
the Berlin Wall by designating an annual Freedom
Day (see H. Con. Res. 223), [9NO]

-commemorate victory of freedom (see H.R.
2440), [1JY]
Colombia: advance peace process to end ongoing vio-

lence which threatens democracy, human rights, and
economic and social stability (see H. Res. 228),
[29JN]

-tribute to democratic elections and renew efforts
to end guerrilla war (see H. Res. 24), [19JA)
Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Dis-

crimination Against Women: ratification (see H. Res.

107), [10MR]
Costa Rica: protection of lives and property rights from

squatters (see H. Con. Res. 69), [24MR]
Cuba: allow cash remittances to relatives in Cuba (see
H.R. 257), [7JA]

-allow news bureau exchanges between U.S. and
Cuba (see H.R. 258), [7JA)

-allow travel and cultural exchanges with the
U.S. (see H.R. 259), [7JA]

determination as a major drug-transit country
for foreign assistance purposes (see H.R. 2422),
[1JY]

exception to trade embargo for food, medicines
and medical supplies, instruments, or equipment (see
H.R. 230), [7JA] (see H.R. 1644), [29AP]

extradition to U.S. of Joanne Chesimard and
certain other individuals (see H.R. 3329), [10NO]

-grant waiver to allow Cuban nationals to play
professional baseball in the U.S. (see H.R. 262),
[7JA]

-human rights violations (see H. Res. 99), [9MR]

-lift trade embargo (see H.R. 229), [7JA] (see
H.R. 1181), [18MR]
Cuban Democracy Act: repeal (see H.R. 256), [7JA]
Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act: repeal
(see H.R. 256), [7JA]

-repeal Presidential authority relative to suspen-
sion of certain effective dates (see H.R. 181), [7JA]
Dante B. Fascell North-South Center: designate (see

H.R. 432), [2FE]
Dept. of Commerce: Office of Space Commercializa-

tion funding (see H.R. 2607), [26JY]
Dept. of Defense: reduce level of long-range nuclear

forces consistent with the START II Treaty (see
H.R. 2600), [22JY]

-transfer naval vessels to certain foreign coun-
tries (see H.R. 1908), [24MY]
Dept. of Energy: establish moratorium on Foreign Visi-

tors Program and set up counter-intelligence program
at nuclear laboratories (see H.R. 1348), [25MR]

establish Nuclear Security Administration and
an Office of Under Sec. for National Security (see
H.R. 2032), [8JN)

Dept. of State: establish an independent nonpartisan

review panel to assess efforts to fulfill its mission
in the future (see H.R. 1066), [10MR]

-provide appropriate training and materials to all
executive branch employees involved in responding
to issues related to human rights, ethnic cleansing,

and genocide (see H. Res. 398), [18NO]
Dept. of State and related agencies: authorizing appro-

priations (see H.R. 1211), [22MR) (see H.R. 2415),
[1JY) (see H.R. 3427), [17NO]

-authorizing appropriations (H.R. 2415), consid-
eration (see H. Res. 247), [14JY]
Dept. of the Treasury: Exchange Stabilization Fund
reform (see H.R. 1540), [22AP]

-issuance of war bonds to fund Operation Allied
Force and related humanitarian operations (see H.R.

1699), (5MY]
Developing countries: provide bilateral debt relief and

improve the provision of multilateral debt relief (see
H.R. 1095), [11MR]

provide bilateral debt relief to heavily indebted
poor countries and strengthen similar international
relief efforts (see H.R. 3049), [70C]

-provide incentives to corporations to invest in
developing countries, debt relief for developing
countries, and a method for repayment of money

owed to the U.S. (see H.R. 3211), [3NO]
Drugs: freeze assets of certain foreign narcotics traf-

fickers and prohibit financial dealings with the U.S.

(see H.R. 2105), [9JN] (see H.R. 3164), [280C]
Eastern European countries: promote democracy in Ser-

bia and Montenegro (see H.R. 1064), [10MR]
Economic assistance: allocation of economic assistance

to Northern Ireland and border counties in Ireland

(see H.R. 1164), [17MR]
Eglin AFB, FL: recognize and commend personnel for

participation in NATO Operation Allied Force in

the Balkan region (see H. Res. 379), [16NO]
El Salvador: elections (see H. Res. 110), [11MR] (see
H. Res. 112), [15MR)

extradition of Salvadorans to U.S (see H. Res.
17), [7JA]
Employment: provide for work authorization for non-

immigrant spouses of intracompany transferees if the
U.S. has a reciprocal agreement with the country
of which the transferee is a national (see H.R. 2662),

[30JY]
FAA: Office of the Associate Administrator for Com-

mercial Space Transportation funding (see H.R.

2607), [26JY]
Financial institutions: authorizing appropriations to pay

for U.S. contributions to certain international finan-

cial institutions (see H.R. 2504), [14JY]
Foreign aid: prohibit certain foreign assistance to coun-

tries that consistently oppose the U.S. position in
the U.N. General Assembly (see H.R. 1054), [10MR]

-prohibit U.S. economic assistance for countries
that ratify the Rome Statute of the International
Criminal Court (see H.R. 2381), [29JN]

-recognize commitment and dedication of hu-
manitarian relief nongovernmental organizations and
private volunteer organizations for efforts in Central
America and Kosovo (see H. Res. 152), [27AP]

-require U.S. directors of international institu-
tions to encourage countries to use U.S. portion of
assistance to purchase U.S. goods and services (see

H.R. 2851), [14SE]
Foreign Assistance Act: clarify definition of "major

drug-transit country” under international narcotics

control program (see H.R. 2608), [26JY]
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 eco-
nomic sanctions and prohibit imposition of unilateral
sanctions on exports of food, agricultural products,
medicines, or medical supplies and equipment (see
H.R. 212), [7JA)

-require the President to report on the effective-
ness of the imposition of unilateral economic sanc-

tions by the U.S. (see H.R. 3406), [16NO]
Foreign operations, export financing, and related pro-

grams: making appropriations (see H.R. 2606),

[26JY] (see H.R. 3196), [2NO] (see H.R. 3422),
[17NO]

-making appropriations (H.R. 2606), consider-
ation (see H. Res. 263), [27JY]

-making appropriations (H.R. 2606), consider-
ation of conference report (see H. Res. 307), (see
H. Res. 307), [28SE]

-making appropriations (H.R. 3196), consider-
ation (see H. Res. 359), [3NO] (see H. Res. 362),

[4NO]
Foreign trade: amend trade laws to address import cri-
ses (see H.R. 1505), [21AP]

-bar the imposition of increased tariffs or other
retaliatory measures against products of the European
Union in response to its banana regime (see H.R.
1361), [25MR]

consolidate and enhance trade adjustment assist-
ance and NAFTA transitional adjustment assistance
programs (see H.R. 1491), [20AP]

establish framework for consideration of unilat-
eral economic sanctions (see H.R. 1244), [24MR]

exempt certain small businesses from increased
tariffs or other retaliatory measures against products
of the European Union in response to its banana
regime and treatment of imported meat (see H.R.
2106), [9JN)

-limit sanctions on exports to India and Pakistan
to material contributions to nuclear weapons and
missiles (see H. Con. Res. 146), [29JN]

-modify standards for responding to import
surges, establish mechanisms for import monitoring,
prevent circumvention of U.S. trade laws, and
strengthen enforcement of U.S. trade remedy laws
(see H.R. 1120), [16MR]

-private right of action for injured parties due
to unfair foreign competition (see H.R. 1201),
[18MR]

Frequire development of objective criteria to
achieve market access in foreign countries and pro-
vide the President with reciprocal trade authority
(see H.R. 2612), [26JY]

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

-suspend certain sanctions imposed on India and
Pakistan (see H.R. 1784), [12MY]
Geneva Conventions: celebrate anniversary and recog-

nize the humanitarian safeguards these treaties pro-
vide in times of armed conflict (see H. Con. Res.

102), [6MY]
Germany: discrimination against members of minority
religious groups (see H. Res. 388), [17NO]

jurisdiction of cases in U.S. courts involving
genocide during World War II (see H.R. 271), [7JA]
Government: constitutional amendment relative to legal

effects of new treaties and agreements on the Con-
stitution (see H.J. Res. 63), [22JY]

-nullify various Executive orders relative to the
assassination of foreign military or terrorist leaders

(see H.R. 1403), [14AP]
Hague Convention on Protection of Children and Co-

operation in Respect of Intercountry Adoption: im-
plementation (see H.R. 2342), [24JN] (see H.R.

2909), [22SE]
House Rules: require a two-thirds majority on legisla-

tion implementing future trade agreements pursuant

to fast-track procedures (see H. Res. 96), [3MR]
Human rights: combat trafficking in human beings and

provide assistance to victims (see H.R. 3154),
[270C] (see H.R. 3244), [8NO]

condemn use of children as soldiers (see H.
Con. Res. 209), [260C]
Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibil-

ity Act: repeal judicial jurisdiction limitations (see

H.R. 2125), (10JN) (see H.R. 3149), [260C]
IMF: make funding contingent upon cancellation of

certain foreign debt owed to the U.S. (see H.R.
1305), [25MR]

oppose use of proceeds from the sale of gold
reserves for structural adjustment programs in devel-
oping countries (see H. Con. Res. 132), [14JN]

-prohibit funding until payment of interest on
U.S. reserves (see H.R. 3134), [210C]

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