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LINDER, JOHN

Rules (House) (H. Res. 274) (H. Rept. 106–291), LITERATURE related term(s) ARTS AND HUMANITIES Provisions: Committee on Government Reform (House)
[4AU]
Bills and resolutions

(H.R. 472) (H. Rept. 106–71), [22MR]
Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2587, Dis Copyrights: prevent the misappropriation of collections

LOCAL GOVERNMENT related term(s) FEDERAL AID
trict of Columbia Appropriations: Committee on of information (see H.R. 354), (19JA]

PROGRAMS
Rules (House) (H. Res. 282) (H. Rept. 106-310), Hurston, Zora Neale: issue commemorative postage Appointments
[8SE]

stamp (see H. Res. 60), [11FE]

Conferees: H.R. 800, Education Flexibility Partnership
Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2670, McGuffey, William H.: issue postage stamp in com Act, [23MR]
Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judici memoration of authoring the McGuffey Readers (see

-H.R. 2587, District of Columbia appropriations,
ary, and Related Agencies Appropriations: Commit H. Res. 316), [29SE]

[3AU]
tee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 335) (H. Rept. 106– Taxation: allow deduction equal to fair market value

H.R. 3064, District of Columbia appropriations,
401), [190C]

for charitable contributions of literary, musical, artis [210C)
Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3064, Dis-
tic, or scholarly compositions created by the donor

-H.R. 3194, District of Columbia appropriations,
trict of Columbia Appropriations: Committee on (see H.R. 3249), [8NO)

[4NO]
Rules (House) (H. Res. 345) (H. Rept. 106–420),
Messages

Bills and resolutions
[270C)
National Endowment for the Arts: President Clinton,

Bankruptcy: limit the value of real and personal prop-
Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3194, Dis [9MR]

erty that debtors may exempt under State and local
trict of Columbia Appropriations: Committee on
Reports filed

law (see H.R. 1282), [25MR]
Rules (House) (H. Res. 386) (H. Rept. 106–481), Collections of Information Antipiracy Act: Committee Budget: assist CBO with scoring of State and local
[17NO]
on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 354) (H. Rept. 106–

mandates (see H.R. 3257), [8NO]
Consideration of H. Con. Res. 68, Setting Forth the

349), [30SE]

Bureau of Reclamation: convey Lower Yellowstone Ir-
Federal Budget for 2000–2009: Committee on Rules
LITHUANIA, REPUBLIC OF

rigation Project, Savage Unit of the Pick-Sloan Mis-
(House) (H. Res. 131) (H. Rept. 106–77), [24MR]

Bills and resolutions
Consideration of H.R. 350, Mandates Information Act:

souri Basin Program, and Intake Irrigation Project
Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 36) (H. Rept.

NATO: recommend the integration of Estonia, Latvia, to local control (see H.R. 2974), [29SE]

and Lithuania (see H. Con. Res. 21), [2FE]
106-6), (3FE]

Census: authorize the awarding of grants to local enti-
Consideration of H.R. 438, Wireless Communications
LITTLETON, CO

ties and organizations to improve public participation
Bills and resolutions
and Safety Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H.

in the 2000 decennial census (see H.R. 1009), [4MR]
Res. 76) (H. Rept. 106-27), [23FE]
Columbine High School: mourn the loss of life, con-

increase public participation in the 2000 decen-
Consideration of H.R. 514, Wireless Privacy Enhance-

demn the deadly violence, and commend law en nial census (see H. Con. Res. 193), [60C]
ment Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
forcement officials that assisted (see H. Con. Res.

-require use of postcensus local review (see H.R.
77) (H. Rept. 106-28), [23FE]
92), [27AP] (see H. Res. 148), [26AP]

472), [2FE)
Consideration of H.R. 1259, Social Security and Medi-

-mourn the loss of life and condemn this and

-require use of postcensus local review (H.R.
care Safe Deposit Box Act: Committee on Rules previous incidents of deadly violence in schools (see 472), consideration (see H. Res. 138), [13AP]
(House) (H. Res. 186) (H. Rept. 106–160), [24MY]

H. Con. Res. 90), [21AP]

CERCLA: restrict liability of local educational agencies
Consideration of H.R. 1875, Interstate Class Action LIVINGOOD, WILSON S.

(see H.R. 375), [19JA)
Jurisdiction Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Bills and resolutions

Children and youth: assist State and local prosecutors,
Res. 295) (H. Rept. 106–326), [21SE]

House of Representatives: election of officers (see H. and law enforcement agencies, with implementation
Consideration of H.R. 2260, Pain Relief Promotion Res. 1), (6JA]

of juvenile justice witness assistance programs (see
Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 339) LIVINGSTON, BOB (a Representative from Louisiana) H.R. 3132), (210C)
(H. Rept. 106-409), [210C]
Bills and resolutions introduced

-meet mental health and substance abuse treat-
Consideration of H.R. 2587, District of Columbia Ap-

Social Security: ensure solvency of trust funds (see ment needs of incarcerated children and youth (see
propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
H.R. 37), (6JA)

H.R. 837), [24FE]
260) (H. Rept. 106-263), [26JY]
LOBBYISTS

Clinton, President: address issues of neighborhood
Consideration of H.R. 2605, Energy and Water Devel-
Bills and resolutions

crime prevention, community policing and reduction
opment Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House)

Congress: make certain information available to the of school crime (see H. Res. 270), (30JY]
(H. Res. 261) (H. Rept. 106–264), [26JY]
Consideration of H.R. 3064, District of Columbia Ap-

public on the Internet (see H.R. 654), [9FE]

Coastal zones: use of offshore oil and gas revenues
House Rules: reform gift rules (see H. Res. 9), [6JA] to fund State and local conservation programs of
propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
330) (H. Rept. 106-382), [130C]

Medicare: exclude lobbying costs from the calculation coastal States (see H.R. 3245), [8NO]
Consideration of H.R. 3194, District of Columbia Ap-

of the adjusted community rate for Medicare+Choice Computers: authorize the purchase of information tech-
propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
plans (see H.R. 2230), [15JN]

nology relative to year 2000 conversion by State
354) (H. Rept. 106-439), [2NO]

Members of Congress: increase length of ban on lobby and local governments through Federal supply sched-
Consideration of H.R 2670, Depts. of Commerce, Jus-

ing activities after leaving office (see H.R. 335), ules (see H.R. 1599), [28AP]
tice, and State, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies
[19JA)

establish a grant program to assist State and
Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H.

Taxation: restore deduction for lobbying expenses in local law enforcement in investigating and prosecut-
Res. 273) (H. Rept. 106–284), [3AU)

connection with State legislation (see H.R. 2948), ing computer crimes (see H.R. 2816), [8SE]
Senate Amendment to H.R. 3064, District of Columbia
[24SE]

-funding for States to correct year 2000 problem
Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. LOBIONDO, FRANK A. (a Representative from New in computers that administer State and local govern-
Res. 333) (H. Rept. 106-395), [180C)
Jersey)

ment programs (see H.R. 909), [2MR] (see H.R.
Senate Amendment to H.R. 3194, District of Columbia Bills and resolutions introduced

1022), [4MR)
Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Coastal Heritage Trail Route: authorizing appropria Correctional institutions: funding for jail-based sub-
Res. 360) (H. Rept. 106–445), [3NO]
tions (see H.R. 171), [7JA]

stance abuse treatment programs (see H.R. 1114),
LIPINSKI, WILLIAM O. (a Representative from Illi Computers: require web site operators that provide [16MR]
nois)

communications with prisoners to disclose the pris Courts: clarification of jurisdiction over private prop-
Appointments

oner's crime and release date (see H.R. 1930), erty takings and land use disputes (see H.R. 2372),
Canada-U.S. Interparliamentary Group, [7JN]

[25MY]

[29JN)
Committee To Escort the Speaker-Elect to the Chair, Dept. of the Interior: prohibit oil and gas leasing activi Credit: create money in the form of noninterest bearing
[OJA]

ties on certain portions of the Outer Continental credit and use to provide for noninterest bearing
Conferee: H.R. 1000, Aviation Investment and Reform

Shelf (see H.R. 387, 388), [19JA] (see H.R. 869), loans to State and local governments for funding
Act for the 21st Century, (140C)
[25FE)

capital projects (see H.R. 1452), [15AP]
-S. 1467, Aviation Investment and Reform Act

Gambling: require certain notices in any mailing using Crime: ensure safety of witnesses and promote notifica-
for the 21st Century, [5AU]
Bills and resolutions introduced

a game of chance for the promotion of a product tion of interstate relocation of witnesses by State
Aviation: congressional review of civil aviation agree-

or service (see H.R. 170), [7JA]

engaging in that relocation (see H.R. 186), [7JA]
Insurance: coverage of minimum hospital stays for
ments (see H.R. 1845), [18MY]

-funding for States relative to legislation requir-
FAA: limitation on carry-on baggage by airline pas-

mastectomies and lymph node removals relative to ing death penalty in certain cases (see H.R. 282),
sengers (see H.R. 2495), (13JY)

breast cancer and coverage for secondary consulta [7JA]
Mexico: require safety inspections on trucks crossing
tions (see H.R. 1911), [24MY]

-national policy to control juvenile crime and
into the U.S. (see H.R. 2766), (5AU]
LOCAL CENSUS QUALITY CHECK ACT

violence (see H.R. 2037), [8JN]
Taxation: use revenues from excise taxes imposed on Bills and resolutions

-national policy to control juvenile crime and
fuel used in trains for the elimination of railway Enact (H.R. 472): consideration (see H. Res. 138), violence (S. 254), return to Senate (see H. Res.
highway crossing hazards (see H.R. 2060), [8JN]

[13AP]
)

249), (15JY]
LITERACY INVOLVES FAMILIES TOGETHER Reports filed

Dept. of Defense: expand program which allows State
ACT

Consideration of H.R. 472, Provisions: Committee on and local law enforcement agencies to procure cer-
Bills and resolutions

Rules (House) (H. Res. 138) (H. Rept. 106-93), tain emergency and rescue equipment (see H.R.
Enact (see H.R. 3222), [4NO]

[13AP]

2625), [27JY]

LOCAL GOVERNMENT

-make certain equipment available to State and
local governments to assist in emergency law en-
forcement and rescue operations (see H.R. 1369),
[12AP]

-reform economic redevelopment process and
improve ability to contract for protective services

at installations being closed (see H.R. 172), [7JA]
Dept. of Education: allow certain counties flexibility
in spending funds (see H.R. 127), [7JA]

-prohibit funding for national teacher testing or
certification proposals and withholding of funding
to States or local agencies that fail to adopt specific
teacher testing or certification proposals (see H.R.
1706), (5MY]

-provide grants to State and local educational
agencies to support programs that promote a variety
of educational opportunities, options, and choices in

public schools (see H.R. 3009), [40C]
Dept. of Justice: provide State and local authorities

access to information relative to criminal background
checks on port employees and prospective employees
(see H.R. 318), [7JA]

State and Local Law Enforcement Assistance
Programs funding (see H.R. 1724), [6MY]
Disasters: improve ability of individuals and local,

State, and Federal agencies to prevent natural floods

(see H.R. 1101), [11MR]
District of Columbia: eliminate congressional review

of newly-passed District laws (see H.R. 1198),
[18MR]

-making appropriations (see H.R. 2587), [22JY]
(see H.R. 3064), [130C] (see H.R. 3194), [2NO]

-making appropriations (H.R. 2587), consider-
ation (see H. Res. 260), [26JY]

-making appropriations (H.R. 2587), consider-
ation of conference report (see H. Res. 282), [8SE]

-making appropriations (H.R. 3064), consider-
ation (see H. Res. 330), [130C]

-making appropriations (H.R. 3064), consider-
ation of conference report (see H. Res. 345), [270C]

-making appropriations (H.R. 3064), Senate
amendment (see H. Res. 333), [180C)

-making appropriations (H.R. 3194), consider-
ation (see H. Res. 354), [2NO]

-making appropriations (H.R. 3194), consider-
ation of conference report (see H. Res. 386), [17NO]

-making appropriations (H.R. 3194), corrections
in enrollment of conference report (see H. Con. Res.
239), [19NO]

-making appropriations (H.R. 3194), Senate
amendment (see H. Res. 360), [3NO]

-provide budget autonomy (see H.R. 1197),
[18MR)

-redevelopment of Southeast Federal Center (see
H.R. 3069), [130C]

-restore certain authorities to the Mayor (see
H.R. 433), [2FE]

-restore certain authorities to the Mayor and ex-
pedite the suspension of activities of the District
of Columbia Financial Responsibility and Manage-
ment Assistance Authority (see H.R. 214), [7JA]

-retrocession to Maryland (see H.R. 558), [3FE]
Douglas County, OR: conveyance of certain BLM

lands (see H.R. 1725), [6MY]
Ecology and environment: assessment, cleanup, and re-

development of brownfield sites (see H.R. 1756),
[11MY]

-assist local governments and encourage State
voluntary response programs relative to remediating
brownfield sites (see H.R. 1750), [11MY]

-development and use of brownfield sites (see
H.R. 1537), [22AP]

encourage State response programs for contami-
nated sites, remove barriers to cleanup of brownfield
sites, and return contaminated sites to economically
productive or other beneficial uses (see H.R. 2580),
[21JY]

ensure recovery of biological diversity, strength-
en protection of wildlife, and provide certain assur-
ances to local governments and individuals relative
to economic development efforts (see H.R. 960),

[3MR)
Education: assist local educational agencies in enabling

students to meet academic achievement standards
(see H.R. 2300), [22JN]

-assist local educational agencies in enabling stu-
dents to meet academic achievement standards (H.R.
2300), consideration (see H. Res. 338), [200C]

-assist local educational agencies in enabling stu-
dents to meet academic achievement standards and
end social promotion (see H.R. 1673), [4MY]

dedicate day of learning to study and under-
standing of the Declaration of Independence, the
Constitution, and the Federalist Papers (see H. Con.
Res. 71), [24MR]

-direct funding and control to local educational
agencies (see H.R. 995), [4MR]

-distribution of Impact Aid Program funds to
local educational agencies (see H. Con. Res. 136),
(17JN)

establish mentoring programs for novice teach-
ers (see H.R. 1662), [4MY]

-later starting times for secondary schools (see
H. Con. Res. 73), [24MR]

-promote and incorporate financial literacy train-
ing into State and local education programs (see
H. Con. Res. 213), [280C]

-provide flexibility to local agencies that develop
voluntary public and private parental choice pro-
grams (see H.R. 1538), [22AP]

-provide for teacher technology training (see
H.R. 2933), [23SE]

-provide funds to assist high-poverty school dis-
tricts meet their teaching needs (see H.R. 2344),
[24JN]

-provide grants to certain local educational agen-
cies or eligible consortium to establish or expand
National Teachers Academies (see H.R. 1223),
[23MR]

-provide grants to local agencies that agree to
later starting times for secondary school classes (see
H.R. 1267), [24MR)

-provide grants to local agencies to develop and
implement random drug testing for secondary school
students (see H.R. 1735), [6MY]

-provide grants to local educational agencies for
prekindergarten programs (see H.R. 3365), [15NOJ

-provide grants to local educational agencies to
develop smaller schools (see H.R. 3044), [70C]

-provide grants to local educational agencies to
enable them to recruit and retain qualified school
administrators (see H.R. 2789), [5AU)

-provide grants to local educational agencies to
promote certain education initiatives (see H.R. 23),
[6JA]

-provide grants to rural educational agencies (see
H.R. 2997), [10C]

-provide grants to rural educational agencies to
enable the recruitment and retention of qualified
teachers (see H.R. 1629), [29AP]

-provide grants to State and local educational
agencies to pay one-half of salaries of teachers who
use approved sabbatical leave for a course of study
to improve their classroom teaching (see H.R. 2223),
[15JN)

-provide grants to urban educational agencies to
enable them to recruit and retain qualified teachers
(see H.R. 2659), [30JY]

-provide school renovation and construction
funding, scholarships that allow parents choice, and
tax incentives (see H.R. 892), [2MR]

-require local agencies to develop and implement
random drug testing and counseling programs for
secondary school students (see H.R. 1642), (29AP]

-spending of a greater percentage of Federal tax
dollars on children's classrooms (see H.R. 2), [11FE)
(see H.R. 1494), [20AP]

-spending of a greater percentage of Federal tax
dollars on children's classrooms (H.R. 2), consider-
ation (see H. Res. 336), [190C]

-transfer of certain public lands or national forest
lands for use as elementary or secondary schools
(see H.R. 150), [7JA]

-transfer of certain public lands or national forest
lands for use as elementary or secondary schools

(H.R. 150), consideration (see H. Res. 189), [25MY]
Education Flexibility Partnership Demonstration Act:

allow State participation in activities (see H.R. 800),
[23FE]

allow State participation in activities (H.R. 800),
consideration (see H. Res. 100), [9MR]

-allow State participation in activities (H.R. 800),
consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 143),

[20AP]
Electric power: allow local government entities to serve

as nonprofit aggregators of electricity services (see

H.R. 2734), (5AU)
Employment: provide for regional skills training alli-

ances (see H.R. 200), [7JA] (see H.R. 733), [11FE]
EPA: certify State voluntary cleanup programs for

brownfield sites and clarify liability of landowners

and prospective purchasers (see H.R. 1391), [13AP]
Fair Housing Act: exception from enforcement of an

accessibility construction requirement for certain
buildings constructed in compliance with a local

building code (see H.R. 2437), [1JY]
Families and domestic relations: demonstration projects

to support State and local efforts to provide partial
or full wage replacement for childbirth, adoption,
or other caregiving needs (see H.R. 2500), [13JY]

-improve the availability of child care and devel-
opment services outside normal school hours (see

H.R. 489), [2FE]
FCC: preserve low-power television stations that pro-

vide community broadcasting (see H.R. 486), [2FE]
Federal-State relations: clarify primacy of State and

local regulation of fees and surcharges imposed by
operators of automatic teller machines (see H.R.
3494), [18NO]

-require Federal agencies to consult with State
and local governments on environmental impact

statements (see H.R. 2029), [8JN]
Firearms: allow individuals, or their estates, who suf-

fered damages from the discharge of a firearm to
bring civil action against the manufacturer, distribu-
tor, or retailer of the firearm (see H.R. 1049),
[10MR]

-assist State and local governments in conducting
community gun buy back programs (see H.R. 724),
[11FE] (see H.R. 2813), [8SE] (see H.R. 3255),
[8NO)

encourage State and local governments to bring
lawsuits against weapons manufacturers (see H.R.
1086), [11MR]

-establish Federal cause of action against weap-
ons manufacturers, dealers, and importers for dam-
ages caused by firearms (see H.R. 1233), [23MR]

-notify State and local law enforcement agencies
and the BATF when an instant criminal background
check determines a person is ineligible for a handgun
(see H.R. 2732), [5AU)

-prohibit lawsuits against weapons manufactur-
ers, distributors, dealers, or importers (see H.R.
1032), [9MR]

-provide grants to encourage State and local law
enforcement agencies to detain students bringing
guns to schools (see H.R. 831), [24FE)

-restrict transfer of certain firearms by local law
enforcement agencies (see H.R. 3473), [18NO]
Forests: guarantee States and counties containing Fed-

eral forest lands compensation for loss of property
tax revenues instead of timber sale revenues (see

H.R. 2868), [15SE]
Government: improve Federal financial assistance pro-
grams (see H.R. 409), [19JA]

-improve Federal financial assistance programs
(H.R. 409), consideration (see H. Res. 75), [23FE]

-promote federalism, protect reserved powers of
the States, and impose accountability for Federal pre-
emption of State and local laws (see H.R. 2245),
[16JN)

-require Federal agencies to comply with a
former Executive Order limiting Federal authority
to impose regulations on State and local governments
not provided under the Constitution (see H.R. 2960),

[28SE]
Government regulations: reduce Federal paperwork bur-

den (see H.R. 439), [2FE]
Health: develop monitoring systems to promote safe

motherhood (see H.R. 2316), [23JN]
Health care professionals: training to identify, address,

and prevent domestic violence (see H.R. 3317),
[10NO]

LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Homeless: consolidate Federal housing assistance pro-

grams to ensure that States and communities have
sufficient flexibility to use assistance amounts effec-

tively (see H.R. 1073), (11MR]
Immigration: permit local educational agencies to

waive reimbursement for aliens granted non-
immigrant status to attend public secondary schools
(see H.R. 183), 7JA)

-reimburse States for costs of educating certain
illegal alien students (see H.R. 2849), [14SE]
Incentive Grants for Local Delinquency Prevention Pro-

grams Act: authorizing appropriations (see H.R.

1721), [6MY]
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act: permit

State and local educational agencies to establish uni-
form disciplinary policies (see H.R. 697), [10FE)

(see H.R. 1272), [24MR]
Jackson, WY: develop and maintain a multi-agency

campus project for tourism and natural resource fa-

cilities (see H.R. 2577), [21JY]
Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act:

amend (see H.R. 1498), [20AP]
Law enforcement: community policing programs (see
H.R. 3144), [250C]

-facilitate exchange and collection of DNA iden-
tification information from violent offenders (see
H.R. 2810), [8SE] (see H.R. 3375), [16NO]

-provide assistance to State and local forensic
laboratories in analyzing DNA samples from con-

victed offenders (see H.R. 3087), (140C]
Law enforcement officers: collective bargaining rights

for public safety officers employed by States or local
governments (see H.R. 1093), [11MR]

establish a matching grant program to assist
local governments in purchasing bullet resistant
equipment (see H.R. 1807), [13MY]

-reinforce training, reestablish community rela-
tions, and create commission to study and report
on policies and practices that govern training, recruit-
ment, and oversight of police officers (see H.R.

1659), [4MY]
Los Angeles County, CA: eliminate limit on percentage

of community development block grant funds used
for public services and allow all communities to
use same percentage (see H.R. 1315), [25MR]
Montana: transfer maintenance and operation of the

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

1158), [17MR]
Monuments and memorials: require public participation

in designation of any national monument (see H.R.
1487), [20AP]

-require public participation in designation of
any national monument (H.R. 1487), consideration

(see H. Res. 296), [21SE]
National Infrastructure Development Corp.: establish

(see H.R. 115), [7JA]
Occupational Safety and Health Act: amend to protect

State and local government employees (see H.R.

776), [23FE]
Privacy: prohibit Federal, State, and local agencies and

private entities from transferring, selling, or disclos-
ing personal data without consent and make such
information available to the individual (see H.R.

2644), [29JY]
Public lands: increase Land and Water Conservation

Fund and Urban Parks and Recreation Recovery Pro-
grams funding, resume State grant funding, and de-
velop conservation and recreation facilities in urban
areas (see H.R. 1118), [16MR]

-make certain Federal property is made available
to States before other entities (see H.R. 738), [11FE)

-restore stability to payments made to States and
counties containing certain Federal lands used for
the benefit of public schools and roads (see H.R.
2389), (30JN)

-restore stability to payments made to States and
counties containing certain Federal lands used for
the benefit of public schools and roads (H.R. 2389),

consideration (see H. Res. 352), [2NO]
Public safety officers: eligibility of certain emergency

management and civil defense personnel for public

safety officer death benefits (see H.R. 2588), [22JY]
Public works: conveyance of various reclamation

projects to local water authorities (see H.R. 2994),
[100]

State and local capital projects funding (see
H.R. 2777), [5AU)
Refuse disposal: permit States to prohibit the disposal

of solid waste imported from other nations (see H.R.
379), (19JA)

State control of municipal solid waste transpor-
tation and disposal (see H.R. 1190), [18MR]

State regulation of certain solid waste (see H.R.
378), [19JA]

-State regulation of certain solid waste and ex-
emption from civil liability relative to flow control

ordinances (see H.R. 1270), [24MR]
Religion: eliminate the effect on the expression of reli-

gion by State and local officials that results from
the threat that potential litigants may seek damages

and attorney's fees (see H.R. 2057), [8JN]
Rural areas: promote and improve access to health

care services (see H.R. 1344), [25MR
Schools: establish a partnership to rebuild and modern-
ize school facilities (see H.R. 2955), (27SE)

-provide grants to enable secondary schools to
hire a director of school safety, discipline, and stu-
dent assistance to develop or improve safety plan
(see H.R. 2761), [5AU]

-support of State and local initiatives to address
the problem of school violence (see H. Res. 399),

[18NO]
Serna, Joe, Jr.: tribute (see H. Res. 363), [8NO]
Social Security: computation system for benefits rel-

ative to spouses' or surviving spouses Government
pensions (see H.R. 1217), [23MR]

-reform relative to State and local government
employees (see H. Con. Res. 101), [6MY]
Solid waste: State control over disposal of out-of-State

solid waste (see H.R. 891), [2MR]
States: participation in approval process of airport de-

velopment projects in neighboring States (see H.R.

268), [7JA)
Surplus Government property: clarify authority for the

transfer of Dept. of Defense equipment to law en-
forcement agencies (see H.R. 787), [23FE)

-make certain equipment available to State and
local governments to assist in emergency law en-
forcement and rescue operations (see H.R. 1442),

[15AP) (see H.R. 3187), (INO)
Taxation: allow a deduction for State and local sales

taxes in lieu of State and local income taxes (see
H.R. 1433), [15AP]

-allow rollover contributions to individual retire-
ment plans from deferred compensation plans main-
tained by States and local governments and allow
State and local governments to maintain 401(k) plans
(see H.R. 554), [3FE]

-designate renewal communities (see H.R. 815),
[24FE]

-determination of tip credits relative to State and
local laws and exemption of certain tips from tax-
ation (see H.R. 1921), [25MY]

encourage production and use of electric vehi-
cles (see H.R. 1108), [15MR]

ensure employees retain hospital insurance tax
exemption relative to consolidation of a political sub-
division with the State (see H.R. 873), [25FE]

equitable treatment for certain individuals per-
forming duties on vessels relative to State and local
taxes (see H.R. 1293), [25MR]

expand incentives for construction and renova-
tion of public schools and provide incentives for
corporations to participate in cooperative agreements
with public schools in distressed areas (see H.R.
1660), [4MY]

expand incentives for construction and renova-
tion of public schools and provide incentives for
corporations to participate in cooperative agreements
with public schools in distressed areas (H.R. 1660),
consideration (see H. Res. 240), [1JY]

expand incentives for the construction and ren-
ovation of public schools (see H.R. 340), [19JA]
(see H.R. 1760), [11MY] (see H.R. 2416), [1JY]

-issuance of tax-exempt private activity bonds
to assist States in the construction and rehabilitation
of public schools (see H.R. 2514), (14JY]

-make permanent the moratorium on the taxation
of Internet and interactive computer service com-
merce (see H.R. 3252), [8NO]

-provide a source of interest-free capital for
school construction and renovation in States experi-
encing increased enrollment (see H.R. 996), [4MR]

-treatment of certain bonds issued by local gov-
ernments in connection with delinquent real property
taxes (see H.R. 1406), [14AP]

-treatment of economic subsidies provided by
State and local governments to lure or retain busi-
nesses (see H.R. 1060), [1OMR]

-treatment of income from land sold to a govern-
ment agency or a nonprofit organization for con-

servation purposes (see H.R. 2880), [15SE]
Telecommunications: preserve State and local authority

over the construction and placement of personal
wireless service facilities (see H.R. 952), [3MR]

-preserve State and local authority to regulate
the placement, construction, and modification of cer-
tain facilities (see H.R. 2834), [9SE]

State and local government regulation of citi-
zens band radio equipment (see H.R. 2346), [24JN]
Virgin Islands: allow self-determination on number of

members in the legislature and number of such mem-

bers constituting a quorum (see H.R. 2296), [22JN]
Voting: guarantee the right of all active duty military

personnel, merchant mariners, and their dependents
to vote in Federal, State, and local elections (see

H.R. 2685), [3AU]
Water: allow public water systems to avoid filtration

requirements (see H.R. 124), [7JA]
Water pollution: exclude certain areas and activities

from stormwater regulations, and limit liability of
local governments relative to co-permittees and im-
plementation of control measures (see H.R. 3294),

(10NO]
Conference reports
District of Columbia Appropriations (H.R. 2587),

[SAU]
District of Columbia Appropriations (H.R. 3064),

[270C]
District of Columbia Appropriations (H.R. 3194),

[17NO]
Education Flexibility Partnership Act (H.R. 800),

[20AP]
Messages
Veto of H.R. 2587, District of Columbia Appropria-

tions: President Clinton, [28SE]
Veto of H.R. 3064, District of Columbia Appropria-

tions: President Clinton, [3NO]
Motions
District of Columbia: making appropriations (H.R.
3064), conference report, [280C]

-making appropriations (H.R. 3194), conference
report, [18NO]
Education: assist local educational agencies in enabling

students to meet academic achievement standards
(H.R. 2300), (210C)

-spending of a greater percentage of Federal tax
dollars on children's classrooms (H.R. 2), [210C]
Education Flexibility Partnership Demonstration Act:

allow State participation in activities (H.R. 800),

[23MR]
Reports filed
Academic Achievement for All Act (Straight A's Act):

Committee on Education and the Workforce (House)

(H.R. 2300) (H. Rept. 106–386), (180C]
Community Broadcasters Protection Act: Committee on

Commerce (House) (H.R. 486) (H. Rept. 106–384),

[140C]
Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 800, Edu-

cation Flexibility Partnership Act: Committee on
Rules (House) (H. Res. 143) (H. Rept. 106-102),

[20AP]
Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2587, Dis-

trict of Columbia Appropriations: Committee on
Rules (House) (H. Res. 282) (H. Rept. 106–310),

[8SE]
Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3064, Dis-

trict of Columbia Appropriations: Committee on
Rules (House) (H. Res. 345) (H. Rept. 106-420),

[270C]
Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 3194, Dis-

trict of Columbia Appropriations: Committee on
Rules (House) (H. Res. 386) (H. Rept. 106-481),
[17NO]

LOWEY, NITA M.

Consideration of H.R. 2, Student Results Act: Commit-

tee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 336) (H. Rept. 106-

402), [190C]
Consideration of H.R. 150, Education Land Grant Act:

Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 189) (H. Rept.

106-164), [25MY]
Consideration of H.R. 409, Federal Financial Assist-

ance Management Improvement Act: Committee on
Rules (House) (H. Res. 75) (H. Rept. 106–26),

[23FE)
Consideration of H.R. 472, Local Census Quality

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

138) (H. Rept. 106-93), [13AP]
Consideration of H.R. 800, Education Flexibility Part-

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

100) (H. Rept. 106-46), [9MR)
Consideration of H.R. 1487, National Monument NEPA

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

Res. 296) (H. Rept. 106–327), [21SE]
Consideration of H.R. 2300, Academic Achievement

for All Act (Straight A's Act): Committee on Rules

(House) (H. Res. 338) (H. Rept. 106-408), [200C)
Consideration of H.R. 2389, County Schools Funding

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

Res. 352) (H. Rept. 106–437), [2NO]
Consideration of H.R. 2587, District of Columbia Ap-

propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.

260) (H. Rept. 106-263), [26JY]
Consideration of H.R. 3064, District of Columbia Ap-

propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.

330) (H. Rept. 106–382), [130C]
Consideration of H.R. 3194, District of Columbia Ap-

propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.

354) (H. Rept. 106–439), [2NO]
County Schools Funding Revitalization Act: Committee

on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2389) (H. Rept. 106–

392), [180C)
District of Columbia Appropriations: Committee of
Conference (H.R. 2587) (H. Rept. 106–299), [5AU)

-Committee of Conference (H.R. 3064) (H. Rept.
106-419), [270C)

-Committee of Conference (H.R. 3194) (H. Rept.
106–479), (17NO]

Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
2587) (H. Rept. 106–249), [22JY]
Education Flexibility Partnership Act: Committee of
Conference (H.R. 800) (H. Rept. 106–100), [20AP]

-Committee on Education and the Workforce
(House) (H.R. 800) (H. Rept. 106-43), [8MR]
Education Land Grant Act: Committee on Resources

(House) (H.R. 150) (H. Rept. 106–132), [10MY]
Government Waste, Fraud, and Error Reduction Act:

Committee on Government Reform (House) (H.R.

1442) (H. Rept. 106-275), (30JY]
Local Census Quality Check Act: Committee on Gov-

ernment Reform (House) (H.R. 472) (H. Rept. 106–

71), [22MR)
Miwaleta Park Expansion Act: Committee on Re-

sources (House) (H.R. 1725) (H. Rept. 106–446),

[4NO]
National Monument NEPA Compliance Act: Commit-

tee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1487) (H. Rept.

106-252), [22JY]
National Police Training Commission Act: Committee

on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 1659) (H. Rept. 106-

190), (18JN]
Paperwork Elimination Act: Committee on Small Busi-

ness (House) (H.R. 439) (H. Rept. 106–11), [8FE]
Senate Amendment to H.R. 3064, District of Columbia

Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H.

Res. 333) (H. Rept. 106–395), [180C]
Senate Amendment to H.R. 3194, District of Columbia

Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H.

Res. 360) (H. Rept. 106-445), (3NO]
Student Results Act: Committee on Education and the

Workforce (House) (H.R. 2) (H. Rept. 106–394),

[180C], [190C]
2000 Census Community Participation Enhancement

Act: Committee on Government Reform (House)

(H.R. 1009) (H. Rept. 106–89), [13AP]
LOFGREN, ZOE (a Representative from California)
Appointments
Conferee: H.R. 775, Year 2000 Readiness and Respon-

sibility Act, [24JN]

H.R. 1501, Juvenile Justice Reform Act, [30JY]
George E. Brown, Jr., funeral attendees, [27JY]
Bills and resolutions introduced
Courts: amend the Federal Rules of Evidence relative

to testimonial privileges of parents, children, and
members of the Secret Service, and restrict prosecu-
torial conduct relative to certain sexual activities (see

H.R. 2876), [15SE]
Dept. of the Treasury: prohibit the sale of guns that

have not been approved (see H.R. 1580), [27AP]
Education: later starting times for secondary schools
(see H. Con. Res. 73), [24MR]

-provide grants to local agencies that agree to
later starting times for secondary school classes (see

H.R. 1267), [24MR]
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]
Foreign trade: export controls on certain high-speed

computers (see H.R. 2623), [27JY]
Immigration: 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), (JAU)

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

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

or impaired applicants (see H.R. 1846), [18MY]
Medicaid: require payment by States of certain individ-

ualized education programs medical services under
the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (see

H.R. 1672), [4MY]
LONG BRANCH, NJ
Bills and resolutions
Pat King Post Office Building designate (see H.R.

3488), [18NO]
LONG-TERM CARE ADVANCEMENT ACT
Bills and resolutions

Enact (see H.R. 275), [7JA]
LOS ANGELES, CA
Bills and resolutions
Augustus F. Hawkins Post Office Building: designate

(see H.R. 643), [9FE]
Los Angeles County, CA: eliminate limit on percentage

of community development block grant funds used
for public services and allow all communities to

use same percentage (see H.R. 1315), [25MR]
LOS ANGELES COUNTY, CA
Bills and resolutions
Community development: eliminate limit on percentage

of community development block grant funds used
for public services and allow all communities to

use same percentage (see H.R. 1315), [25MR]
Mining and mineral resources: prohibit mining on a

certain tract of Federal land (see H.R. 3060), [120C]
LOUGARIS, IOANNIS A.
Bills and resolutions
Ioannis A. Lougaris Dept. of Veterans Affairs Medical

Center, Reno, NV: designate hospital bed replace-
ment building in honor of Jack Streeter (see H.R.

956), [3MR]
LOUISIANA
Bills and resolutions
Cat Island National Wildlife Refuge: establish (see

H.R. 3292), [10NO]
Commission on the Bicentennial of the Louisiana Pur-

chase and the Lewis and Clark Expedition: establish

(see H.R. 2235), [16JN]
El Camino Real de los Tejas: designate as a national

historic trail (see H.R. 2409), [30JN]
Lake Pontchartrain Basin: authorize water quality res-

toration projects (see H.R. 2957), [27SE)
Minerals Management Service: grant Louisiana and its

lessees a credit in the payment of Federal offshore
royalties to compensate for oil and gas drainage in

the West Delta Field (see H.R. 3432), [17NO]
Rivers: economic development assistance for the lower

Mississippi Delta region (see H.R. 2911), [22SE]

LOWE, JOHN R. AND MARGARET
Bills and resolutions
Big Horn County, WY: conveyance of certain lands

to John R. and Margaret Lowe (see H.R. 510), [2FE)
Reports filed
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]
LOWEY, NITA M. (a Representative from New York)
Appointments

National Council on the Arts, [11FE)
Bills and resolutions introduced
Children and youth: establish public-private partner-

ships to provide child care (see H.R. 3318), [10NO]
Diseases: Depts. of HHS and Education asthma pro-

grams funding and authority (see H.R. 1965),

[26MY]
Drunken driving: national minimum sentence for a per-

son 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]
EPA: reestablish the Office of Noise Abatement and

Control (see H.R. 2702), [4AU)
Families and domestic relations: reduction of teenage

pregnancy rates through evaluation of prevention

programs (see H.R. 1636), [29AP]
Firearms: establish Federal cause of action against

weapons manufacturers, dealers, and importers for
damages caused by firearms (see H.R. 1233),
[23MR]

-impose moratorium on issuance of new Federal
dealers' licenses (see H.R. 3481), [18NO]

-regulation of dealers (see H.R. 2443), [1JY]
Food: include the imposition of civil monetary pen-

alties for violations of meat and poultry inspection

regulations (see H.R. 2767), [5AU]
Food industry: freshness dates on food (see H.R. 2897),

[21SE]
Health: establish medical education trust fund (see H.R.
2771), [SAU]

-permit individuals to continue health plan cov-
erage during participation in approved clinical stud-

ies (see H.R. 2769), [5AU]
Health care professionals: training to identify, address,

and prevent domestic violence (see H.R. 3317),

[10NO]
Hunting and trapping: prohibit steel jaw leghold traps

(see H.R. 1581), [27AP]
Insurance: coverage of prescription drugs (see H.R.
3319), [10NO]

-require health plans to provide adequate access
to services provided by obstetrician-gynecologists

(see H.R. 1806), [13MY]
Medicare: increase certain payments to hospitals (see

H.R. 2266), [17JN]
Monuments and memorials: prohibit desecration of vet-

erans' memorials (see H.R. 678), [10FE]
National Cancer Institute: increase involvement of ad-

vocates in breast cancer research (see H.R. 1596),

[28AP]
National Defense Reserve Fleet: conveyance of Guam

(S.S.) to American Trade Fair Ship, Inc. (see H.R.

3510), (18NO]
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences:

authorize development of research centers focusing
on environmental factors related to the etiology of

breast cancer (see H.R. 3433), [17NO]
Paine, Thomas: establish a memorial in Constitution

Gardens in the District of Columbia and include
the structure known as “Canal House” in the memo-

rial (see H.R. 3021), [50C]
Passports: record place of birth as Jerusalem, Israel,

on certain U.S. passports (see H.R. 2768), [5AU)
Public welfare programs: expand the educational and

work opportunities of certain welfare recipients (see

H.R. 3434), [17NO]
Schools: establish a partnership to rebuild and modern-

ize school facilities (see H.R. 2955), [27SE]
Taxation: treatment of capital losses on sale or ex-

change of a principal residence (see H.R. 1805),
[13MY]

LOWEY, NITA M.

Water pollution: estuary conservation and management Medicaid: reinstate prior level of disproportionate share Credit: require notice before changes to credit card
programs funding (see H.R. 1096), [11MR]

hospital payments to Minnesota (see H.R. 1610), interest rates (see H.R. 3117), [200C]
Women: protection of reproductive rights (see H.R. [28AP]

Crime: ensure that older or disabled persons are pro-
2624), [27JY]

Medicare: ensure reimbursement for certain ambulance tected from institutional, community, and domestic
World War II: provide that service in the U.S. Cadet services and improve the efficiency of the emergency violence, and sexual assault (see H.R. 2590), [22JY]
Nurse Corps constituted active military service for medical system (see H.R. 2831), [9SE]

-protect the civil rights of victims of gender-
veteran classification (see H.R. 2770), (5AU)

Voting: require States to permit individuals to register motivated violence (see H.R. 3106), [190C]
-recognition of American civilian POW (see H. to vote in an election for Federal office on the

Dept. of Education: make grants to educational organi-
Res. 51), [10FE]
date of the election (see H.R. 2864), [14SE]

zations for Holocaust educational programs (see H.R.
LUCAS, FRANK D. (a Representative from Oklahoma) Weapons: limit production of Trident II missiles (see

3105), [190C)
Bills and resolutions introduced

H.R. 679), (10FE]

Dept. of HHS: provide bonus grants to high perform-

ance States based on certain criteria and collect data
Agriculture: provide a variant of loan deficiency pay LY, HOUA
ments to producers who are otherwise eligible for Bills and resolutions

to evaluate the outcome of welfare reform (see H.R.

3150), (260C]
such payments, but who elect to use acreage planted Laos: condemn human rights abuses and role in the
with the eligible commodity for the grazing of live abduction of Houa Ly and Michael Vang (see H.

Dept. of HUD: insure mortgages for the acquisition,

construction, or rehabilitation of child care facilities
stock (see H.R. 2772), [5AU]
Res. 332), [140C]

and establish a Children's Development Commission
Dept. of Agriculture: provide assistance for the reha MACAU see PORTUGAL, REPUBLIC OF

to certify such facilities (see H.R. 1112), [16MR]
bilitation of watershed dams built for flood protec MACEDONIA

Family and Medical Leave Act: allow leave for paren-
tion and water resource projects (see H.R. 728), Bills and resolutions

tal involvement in educational and extracurricular
[11FE]
Immigration: eligibility of nationals from Montenegro,

activities, routine medical needs, and assistance to
Diseases: efforts to combat fibromyalgia (see H. Res. Macedonia, and Albania for temporary protected sta-

elderly relatives (see H.R. 2103), [9JN]
237), (30JN)
tus (see H.R. 2091), [9JN]

-allow leave to care for a domestic partner, par-
Financial institutions: allow payment of Financing Cor-
MACEO, KY

ent-in-law, adult child, sibling, or grandparent with
poration interest obligations from excess deposit in Bills and resolutions

a serious health condition (see H.R. 2104), [9JN]
surance fund reserves (see H.R. 3278), (9NO]

William H. Natcher Bridge: designate (see H.R. 1162), FDA: establish a performance standard for breast
Medicare: require certain additional information in

[17MR]

pumps to facilitate their regulation (see H.R. 3372),
statements of explanation of benefits provided to Reports filed

[15NO]
beneficiaries (see H.R. 1511), [21AP]

William H. Natcher Bridge: Committee on Transpor FEC: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1338),
Oklahoma: allow mineral leasing of certain Indian tation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 1162) (H. [25MR]
lands (see H.R. 1609), [28AP]

Rept. 106-112), [27AP]

Fisher, Zachary: confer status as an honorary veteran
LUCAS, KEN (a Representative from Kentucky)
MACON, GA

of the U.S. Armed Forces (see H.J. Res. 46), [28AP]
Bills and resolutions introduced
Bills and resolutions

Government: payment protections for persons providing
Education: encourage use of technology in the class-
Henry McNeal Turner Post Office: designate (see H.R.

labor and materials for Federal construction projects
room (see H.R. 2845), [13SE]
3454), (18NO]

(see H.R. 1219), [23MR]
FTC: study marketing practices of the motion picture, MADE IN AMERICA INFORMATION ACT

Health: require insurance coverage of bone mass meas-
recording, and video/personal computer game indus-

urements and inform women concerning reproductive
Reports filed
tries (see H.R. 2157), (10JN]
Provisions: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R.

and post-menopausal health care choices (see H.R.
Medicaid: exempt disabled individuals from being re-

925), [2MR]
754) (H. Rept. 106–399), (190C)
quired to enroll with a managed care entity (see

Immigration: asylum or deportation regulations relative
MADISON, FL
H.R. 797), [23FE]

to gender-related persecution (see H.R. 1849),
Bills and resolutions
Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act: reduce

[18MY]
Captain Colin P. Kelly, Jr. Post Office: designate (see
the amount of funds to States that have not imple-

Insurance: require group and individual health insur-

H.R. 1666), [4MY]
mented certain provisions (see H.R. 2061), [8JN] MADRID PROTOCOL IMPLEMENTATION ACT

ance plans to provide coverage of cancer screening
Women: allow direct access
to obstetrician-gyne- Reports filed

(see H.R. 1285), [25MR]
cologists (see H. Res. 164), [6MY]

Mental health: clarify application of certain mental

Provisions: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.
LUCKY DOG (vessel)

health parity provisions to annual and lifetime visit,
769) (H. Rept. 106–81), [12AP]

benefit, and dollar limits (see H.R. 2445), [1JY]
Bills and resolutions
MAGAZINES see PUBLICATIONS

National Museum of Women's History Advisory Com-
Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 1825), [14MY]
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL

mittee: establish (see H.R. 1246), [24MR]
LUKASHENKA, ALYAKSANDR (PRESIDENT,
Bills and resolutions

New York, NY: require new multifamily housing to
BELARUS)

Aaron, Henry: anniversary of breaking the Major comply with Federal Fire Prevention and Control
Bills and resolutions

League Baseball career home run record (see H. Act (see H.R. 1126), [16MR]
Belarus: human rights violations and democracy efforts

Res. 279), (5AU)

Right to Financial Privacy Act: prevent financial ex-
(see H. Con. Res. 230), [16NO]
DiMaggio, Joe: tribute (see H. Res. 105), [10MR]

ploitation of older or disabled individuals (see H.R.
LUMBER INDUSTRY related term(s) FORESTS; WOOD Gwynn, Tony: tribute (see H. Res. 284), [8SE]

2062), [8JN]
Bills and resolutions

Jackson, Joseph J. (Shoeless Joe): recognition of base-

Taxation: allow credit for providing an appropriate en-
Forests: ban clearcutting and logging on certain Federal ball accomplishments (see H. Res. 269), [30JY]

vironment for employed mothers to breastfeed or
lands to strengthen protection of native biodiversity MALONEY, CAROLYN B. (a Representative from express milk at work (see H.R. 1163), [17MR]
(see H.R. 2512), [14JY]
New York)

employer credits for expenses of providing child
eliminate commercial logging on public lands Appointments

care services to employees (see H.R. 389), [19JA)
and facilitate the economic recovery and diversifica Committee on Economics (Joint), [25MR]

U.N.: restore a voluntary U.S. contribution to the U.N.
tion of communities dependent on the Federal log Conferee: S. 900, Financial Services Act, [30JY]

Population Fund (see H.R. 895), [2MR]
ging program (see H.R. 1396), [13AP]
Bills and resolutions introduced

Urban areas: development of municipally-owned vacant
-guarantee States and counties containing Federal Afghanistan: prevent any Taliban led Government from lots by nonprofit community organizations (see H.R.
forest lands compensation for loss of property tax obtaining a seat in the U.N. and refuse recognition

2305), (22JN)
revenues instead of timber sale revenues (see H.R.

Women: collection and analysis of data on toxic shock

for any Afghan Government while human rights vio-
2868), (15SE]
lations persist against women and girls (see H. Res.

syndrome (see H.R. 889), [1MR]
Government regulations: modify the requirements for

constitutional amendment to ensure equal rights
187), [25MY]

(see H.J. Res. 41), [24MR]
paying Federal timber sale receipts (see H.R. 1185), Armed Forces: protect confidentiality of communica-

-determine the health risks of dioxin, synthetic
[18MR]
tions between dependents of members and profes-

fibers, and other additives in tampons and similar
Taxation: treatment of forestry activities (see H.R. sionals relative to sexual or domestic abuse services

products (see H.R. 890), [1MR]
1083), [11MR] (see H.R. 2136), (10JN]
(see H.R. 1847), [18MY)

ensure a woman's right to breastfeed her child
LUTHER, BILL (a Representative from Minnesota) Aviation: develop and implement plans to reduce cer-

on Federal property under certain conditions (see
Bills and resolutions introduced

tain public risk caused by helicopter operations (see

H.R. 1848), [18MY]
CPSC: issue standard for bleacher safety (see H.R. H.R. 729), [11FE)

-protect breastfeeding by new mothers (see H.R.
836), [24FE)
Census: conduct an interim census of Americans

1478), [20AP)
Dept. of Defense: expand program which allows State abroad and use data to decide whether to count

MALONEY, JAMES H. (a Representative from Con-
and local law enforcement agencies to procure cer-
such individuals in future decennial censuses (see

necticut)
tain emergency and rescue equipment (see H.R. H.R. 2444), (1JY]

Appointments
2625), [27JY

use of sampling to determine populations in Conferee: S. 900, Financial Services Act, [30JY]
Federal employees: reduce number of political ap States for purposes of congressional redistricting (see Bills and resolutions introduced
pointees (see H.R. 680), (10FE]

H.R. 548), [3FE)

Education: assist local educational agencies in enabling
Indonesia: support for peace process in East Timor Census Monitoring Board: amend qualification require students to meet academic achievement standards
(see H. Res. 251), [15JY]
ments (see H.R. 2306), [22JN]

and end social promotion (see H.R. 1673), [4MY]

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