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PITTS, JOSEPH R.

Controlled Substances Act: civil liability for illegal ance programs for low-income seniors (see H.R. FCC: establish time limits for review of mergers, ac-
manufacturers and distributors of controlled sub- 2375), [29JN]

quisitions, and other license transfers (see H.R.
stances (see H.R. 1042), [9MR]

establish a program of pharmacy assistance fee 2783), [SAU]
Dept. of HHS: ensure individuals who undertake feder- for elderly persons who have no health insurance Food Security Act: authorize enrollment of land in
ally funded research and development of drugs enter coverage (see H.R. 723), [11FE]

the Wetlands Reserve Program (see H.R. 2066),
into pricing agreements (see H.R. 626), [8FE]

-limit hardship endured when meeting prescrip- [8JN)
Dept. of Veterans Affairs: exempt amounts owed for tion drug needs (see H. Con. Res. 152), [13JY] Payton, Walter: tribute (see H. Res. 370), [9NO]

prescription drugs and medical supplies from certain States: permit funding of prescription drugs for minors Telephones: regulate interstate commerce in the use
interest charges and administrative costs (see H.R. relative to parental consent (see H.R. 3302), [10NO] of mobile telephones and strengthen and clarify pro-
3227), [4NO]
Sub-Saharan Africa: conduct human clinical research

hibitions on electronic eavesdropping (see H.R.
Drugs: registration requirements for practitioners who according to highest ethical standards and prohibit

3489), [18NO]
dispense narcotic drugs for maintenance or detoxi-

interference with intellectual property laws or poli- PICKETT, DAVID H.
fication treatment (see H.R. 2634), [29JY]

cies promoting access to pharmaceuticals or medical

Bills and resolutions
FDA: clarify certain responsibilities relative to importa- technologies (see H.R. 2700), [4AU)

El Salvador: commission of war crimes against U.S.
tion of drugs into the U.S. (see H.R. 3240), [5NO] Tariff: HIV/AIDS drugs (see H.R. 1951, 1952),

Army pilots David H. Pickett and Earnest Dawson,
establish therapeutic equivalence requirements [26MY]

Jr. (see H. Con. Res. 181), [8SE]
for generic drugs (see H.R. 805), [23FE]

-rhinovirus drugs (see H.R. 1949), [26MY] (see
-facilitate the importation into the U.S. of certain
H.R. 2186), (14JN]

PICKETT, OWEN B. (a Representative from Virginia)
approved drugs (see H.R. 1885), [20MY]

Taxation: allow designation of income tax refunds for Appointments
Foreign countries: require congressional approval of use in NIH biomedical research programs (see H.R.

Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Edu-
U.S. economic sanctions on agricultural products, 785), [23FE] (see H.R. 977), [4MR]

cation Foundation, [260C]

-prevent abuse of the enhanced charitable deduc-
medicines, and medical products (see H.R. 2993),

Conferee: S. 1059, Dept. of Defense appropriations
[10C] (see H.R. 3140), [250C]
tion for overseas contributions of drugs (see H.R.

for military activities, prescribing personnel
Health: allow access to drugs and medical devices rec- 3197), [2NO]

strengths, and military construction, (1JY]
ommended and provided by health care practitioners

-reduce the per dose tax on vaccines (see H.R.

Bills and resolutions introduced
that are not approved by the FDA (see H.R. 2635),

1337), [25MR]

BLS: development and circulation of a monthly cost-
[29JY]
Reports filed

of-living index (see H. Con. Res. 41), [4MR]
-protect beneficiaries of group and individual

Drug Addiction Treatment Act: Committee on Com- Military Retirement Reform Act: restore certain mili-
health plans, and Medicare+Choice plans in the use

merce (House) (H.R. 2634) (H. Rept. 106–441), tary retirement benefits (see H.R. 648), [9FE]
of prescription drug formularies (see H.R. 3274),

[3NO]

Norfolk (vessel): certificate of documentation (see H.R.
[9NO]

Generic Drugs Access Act: Committee on Commerce 1047), [9MR]
Insurance: coverage of prescription drugs (see H.R.

(House) (H.R. 805) (H. Rept. 106–117), [12JY]

Public debt: constitutional amendment to restrict annual
3319), [10NO]
PHARR, TX

deficits and require popular vote of the people to
Internet: regulation of online sales of pharmaceuticals Bills and resolutions

exceed any limits (see H.J. Res. 36), [4MR]
(see H.R. 2763), (SAU)

Kika de la Garza U.S. Border Station: designate (see Taxation: treatment of employer-provided educational
Medicare: clarify non-preemption of State prescription

H.R. 1901), [20MY]

assistance (see H.R. 1014), [4MR]
drug benefit laws relative to Medicare+Choice plans PHELPS, DAVID D. (a Representative from Illinois) PICKLE, J.J. (a former Representative from Texas)
(see H.R. 549), [3FE]
Appointments

Bills and resolutions relative to
-coverage of advanced new therapies to treat Committee To Escort the Speaker-Elect to the Chair, J.J. “Jake” Pickle Federal Building, Austin, TX: des-
diabetic foot ulcers (see H.R. 2369), [29JN]
[6JA]

ignate (see H.R. 118), [7JA]
coverage of chronic disease prescription drugs Bills and resolutions introduced

Reports filed
(see H.R. 1796), [13MY]
SBA: provide financial and business development as-

J.J. “Jake” Pickle Federal Building, Austin, TX: Com-
coverage of outpatient prescription drugs (see sistance to military reservists' small businesses (see

mittee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House)
H.R. 886), [1MR) (see H.R. 1109), [15MR) (see
H.R. 1614), [28AP]

(H.R. 118) (H. Rept. 106–110), [27AP]
H.R. 1495), [20AP] (see H.R. 2012), (8JN] (see H.R.
PHELPS DODGE CORP.

PIPELINES related term(s) NATURAL GAS; PETRO-
2782), (5AU] (see H.R. 3482), [18NO] (see H. Con.
Bills and resolutions

LEUM
Res. 149), [1JY]
Gila River Indian Community: settlement of water

Bills and resolutions
coverage of outpatient prescription drugs for rights claims (see H.R. 1944), [26MY]

Safety: authorizing appropriations for pipeline safety
low-income beneficiaries and provision of stop-loss
PHI BETA LAMBDA see FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS

activities (see H.R. 1378), [13AP]
protection for outpatient prescription drug expenses
OF AMERICA—PHI BETA LAMBDA (ORGANIZA-

-improve (see H.R. 3226), [4NO]
(see H.R. 2925), [23SE]

TION)

Taxation: treatment of foreign pipeline transportation
-coverage of outpatient prescription drugs (H.R. PHILADELPHIA, PA

income (see H.R. 1127), [16MR]
1495), consideration (see H. Res. 372), [9NO]
Bills and resolutions

-treatment of natural gas gathering lines (see
-eliminate time limitation on benefits for im- Independence National Historical Park: authorize the

H.R. 1991), [27MY]
munosuppressive drugs (see H.R. 1115), [16MR]

Gateway Visitor Center (see H.R. 449), [2FE]

Reports filed
ensure access to comparable prescription drug Postal Service: designate certain buildings (see H.R.

Pipeline Safety Activities Appropriations: Committee
coverage in Medigap policies relative to termination 100), [7JA]

on Commerce (House) (H.R. 1378) (H. Rept. 106–
of Medicare+Choice plans (see H.R. 634), [9FE] Reports filed

153), [20MY]
expand coverage

of certain self-injected Gateway Visitor Center Authorization at Independence
biologicals (see H.R. 2892), (21SE]

National Historical Park: Committee on Resources PITTS, JOSEPH R. (a Representative from Pennsyl-
extend coverage of immunosuppressive drugs to

vania)
(House) (H.R. 449) (H. Rept. 106-66), [17MR]
cases of transplants not paid for under the program PHILIPPINES, REPUBLIC OF THE

Appointments
(see H.R. 3107), [190C)
Bills and resolutions

Committee on Economics (Joint), [18MR]
improve

the

operation of certain Immigration: treatment of aliens born in the Philippines Bills and resolutions introduced
Medicare+Choice and Medigap programs (see H.R. or Japan who were fathered by U.S. citizens (see

Abortion: provide grants for State programs to provide
491), [2FE)
H.R. 1128), [16MR]

pregnant women with alternatives to abortion (see
-make changes in payment methodologies and

-treatment of spouses and children of Philippines

H.R. 2901), [21SE]
provide coverage of outpatient prescription drugs to who served in U.S. Navy (see H.R. 3273), [9NO] Community development: encourage community re-
beneficiaries who lose drug coverage

under Veterans: allow certain World War II Filipino veterans newal through community- and faith-based organiza-
Medicare+Choice plans (see H.R. 3086), [140C]

to receive a reduced SSI benefit after moving back tions (see H. Res. 207), [15JN)
-reductions in prescription drug prices (see H.R. to the Philippines (see H.R. 26), [6JA]

Education: percentage of Federal education dollars
664), [10FE)

-improve benefits for World War II Filipino vet- spent in the classroom (see H. Res. 303), [23SE]
-reductions in prescription drug prices (H.R. erans (see H.R. 1594), [28AP]

-spending of a greater percentage of Federal tax
664), consideration (see H. Res. 371), [9NO]
PHYSICIANS see HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS

dollars on children's classrooms (see H.R. 1494),
-waive waiting period for coverage and provide PICKERING, CHARLES W. “CHIP” (a Representa-

[20AP]
coverage of drugs for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

tive from Mississippi)

Fair Labor Standards Act: permit certain youth to per-
(see H.R. 353), [19JA)
Appointments

form certain work with wood (see H.R. 221), [7JA]
NIH: biomedical research funding (see H. Res. 89), President's Export Council, [24MR]

Foreign Assistance Act: authorize appropriations for
[2MR)
Bills and resolutions introduced

certain infant and child health programs (see H.R.
Patents: establish compulsory licensing of certain pat- Agriculture: improve crop insurance coverage and ad- 2028), [8JN]
ented prescription drugs and medical inventions (see ministration (see H.R. 2225), (15JN)

Political campaigns: require certain disclosures and re-
H.R. 2927), [23SE]

Armed Forces: provide for Medicare subvention dem- ports relative to polling by telephone or electronic
Senior citizens: demonstration project to expand eligi- onstration project for veterans and improve device (see H.R. 223), [7JA]
bility under existing State prescription drug assist- TRICARE program (see H.R. 1347), [25MR]

Taxation: relief for families (see H. Res. 95), [3MR]

68-036 Book2 D-01--43

PITTS, JOSEPH R.

-repeal estate and gift taxes (see H.R. 224) Reports filed

FEC: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1338),
[7JA]

Bipartisan Campaign Finance Reform Act: Committee [25MR]
-treatment of capital gains and estate taxes rel- on House Administration (House) (H.R. 417) (H.

-authorizing appropriations and improving effi-
ative to certain farm property (see H.R. 2497), Rept. 106-297), [5AU)

ciency (see H.R. 1818), [14MY)
[13JY]
Campaign Integrity Act: Committee on House Admin-

extend deadline for the submission of first quar-
PITTSBURGH, PA

istration (House) (H.R. 1867) (H. Rept. 106–294), ter campaign reports (see H.R. 696), [10FE]
Bills and resolutions

[SAU]

House of Representatives: prevent certain mass mail-
Dept. of Veterans Affairs: establish a national cemetery

Campaign Reform and Election Integrity Act: Commit- ings from being sent as franked mail (see H.R. 596),
for veterans in the Pittsburgh, PA, area (see H.R.

tee on House Administration (House) (H.R. 2668) [4FE]
1973), [27MY]
(H. Rept. 106–295), (5AU]

-public financing of elections (see H.R. 331),
Citizen Legislature and Political Freedom Act: Com-
POCHE, MARC

[19JA) (see H.R. 1171), [17MR]
Bills and resolutions

mittee on House Administration (House) (H.R. 1922) National Voter Registration Act: repeal (see H.R. 38),

(H. Rept. 106–296), [5AU]
Farr, Representative: authorize the Speaker's designee

[6JA]
Consideration of H.R. 417, Bipartisan Campaign Fi-
to administer the oath of office (see H. Res. 13),

Political action committees: prohibit contributions and

nance Reform Act: Committee on Rules (House)
[6JA]

expenditures in elections for Federal office (see H.R.

(H. Res. 283) (H. Rept. 106-311), [8SE]
POETRY see LITERATURE

57), [7JA]
POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS

-reduce influence in elections for Federal office
POLAND, REPUBLIC OF
Bills and resolutions

(see H.R. 2866), (14SE)
Bills and resolutions

Advertising: require disclosure of funding sources for Political ethics: prohibit candidates from accepting un-
Babbitt, Dina: release of paintings by the Auschwitz-

certain candidate advocacy advertising (see H.R. secured loans from depository institutions regulated
Birkenau state museum in Poland (see H. Con. Res. 227), [7JA)

under Federal law (see H.R. 400), (19JA)
162), [22JY]
Asian Americans: racial stereotyping relative to espio-

-prohibit contributions by nonparty multi-
Capitol Building and Grounds: authorizing use of the

nage and campaign fundraising investigations (see

candidate political committees in Federal elections
rotunda for a ceremony to honor anniversary of H. Con. Res. 124), [27MY]

(see H.R. 593), [4FE]
NATO and accession of Poland, Hungary, and the Congress: compile and make available to the public

-prohibit contributions from individuals that are
Czech Republic (see H. Con. Res. 81), [12AP]
the names of candidates for election who agree to

not U.S. citizens (see H.R. 69), [7JA]
Claims: address the claims of Polish Americans whose

conduct campaigns in accordance with a Code of Presidential Debate Commission: establish on an ongo-
homes and properties were wrongfully expropriated Election Ethics (see H. Con. Res. 12), [19JA]

ing basis and require nominees for President and
under Poland's former totalitarian government (see Constitutional amendments: limit expenditure of money

Vice President to participate in debates to receive
H.R. 824), [24FE]
to elect public officials (see H.J. Res. 3, 8), [7JA)

Federal funding for party conventions (see H.R.
Polish-American Enterprise Fund: transfer funds to a Discrimination: condemn all prejudice against Asian

178), [7JA]
private, nonprofit organization located in Poland and Pacific Islander Americans and support political

Public opinion polls: require certain disclosures and
upon termination (see H.R. 901), [2MR]
and civic participation by these persons (see H. Con.

reports relative to polling by telephone or electronic
POLICE see LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS

Res. 111), [24MY]

device (see H.R. 223), [7JA]
POLICE BADGE FRAUD PREVENTION ACT

Elections: conduct study of issues relative to online

States: provide interregional primary elections and cau-
Bills and resolutions

and Internet technologies in the voting process (see

cuses for selection of delegates to a national Presi-
Enact (see H.R. 2633), [29JY]

H.R. 3232), (5NO]

dential nominating convention (see H.R. 3277),
POLISH AMERICANS

-constitutional amendment to regulate campaign

[9NO]
Bills and resolutions
expenditures and contribution limits (see H.J. Res.

-requirements relative to access to election bal-
13), [7JA)
Poland: address the claims of Polish Americans whose

lots for certain parties (see H.R. 2026), [8JN]
homes and properties were wrongfully expropriated

establish uniform poll closing time for Presi-

Reports filed
under Poland's former totalitarian government (see

dential elections (see H.R. 668), [10FE]

Bipartisan Campaign Finance Reform Act: Committee
H.R. 824), [24FE)

ethics reform and contribution limits (see H.R.

on House Administration (House) (H.R. 417) (H.

417), [19JA) (see H.R. 1641), [29AP] (see H.R.
POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEES

Rept. 106-297), (5AU)
Bills and resolutions

1739), [6MY] (see H.R. 1867), (19MY] (see H.R.

Campaign Integrity Act: Committee on House Admin-
Elections: constitutional amendment to regulate cam-

1922), [25MY] (see H.R. 2668), [2AU) (see H.R.

istration (House) (H.R. 1867) (H. Rept. 106-294),
3243), (5NO)
paign expenditures and contribution limits (see H.J.

[SAU

ethics reform and contribution limits (H.R. 417),
Res. 13), [7JA]

Campaign Reform and Election Integrity Act: Commit-
-reduce influence in elections for Federal office
consideration (see H. Res. 122), [18MR] (see H.

tee on House Administration (House) (H.R. 2668)
Res. 126), [23MR) (see H. Res. 283), [8SE]
(see H.R. 2866), [14SE]

expand required spending reports and transfer

(H. Rept. 106-295), (5AU]
Political campaigns: constitutional amendment to limit

Citizen Legislature and Political Freedom Act: Com-

enforcement of campaign finance laws from the FEC
expenditure of money to elect public officials (see

mittee on House Administration (House) (H.R. 1922)
to the Dept. of Justice (see H.R. 32), (6JA]
H.J. Res. 3, 8), [7JA]

-increase penalties for making or accepting con-

(H. Rept. 106-296), [5AU)
ethics reform and contribution limits (see H.R.
tributions in the name of another and prohibit foreign

Consideration of H.R. 417, Bipartisan Campaign Fi-
417), [19JA) (see H.R. 1641), [29AP] (see H.R.
nationals from making any campaign-related dis-

nance Reform Act: Committee on Rules (House)
1739), [6MY] (see H.R. 1867), [19MY] (see H.R.

(H. Res. 283) (H. Rept. 106-311), [8SE]
bursements (see H.R. 1747), [11MY]
1922), [25MY] (see H.R. 2668), [2AU] (see H.R.

-limit contributions by nondistrict or out-of-State

POLITICAL ETHICS
3243), (5NO]

residents in elections to Congress (see H.R. 1880), Bills and resolutions
ethics reform and contribution limits (H.R. 417),
[20MY]

Asian Americans: racial stereotyping relative to espio-
consideration (see H. Res. 122), [18MR] (see H.

-permit businesses and labor organizations to

nage and campaign fundraising investigations (see
Res. 126), [23MR] (see H. Res. 283), [8SE]
stage public debates between Presidential candidates

H. Con. Res. 124), [27MY]
expand required spending reports and transfer
if all candidates who are eligible for Federal match-

Clinton, President: censure (see H.J. Res. 12), [7JA]
enforcement of campaign finance laws from the FEC
ing payments are invited (see H.R. 2461), [1JY]

-House of Representatives' appointment and au-
to the Dept. of Justice (see H.R. 32), [6JA]

prohibit certain activities by foreign nationals thorization of managers for impeachment trial (see
increase penalties for making or accepting con-
(see H.R. 1778), (12MY]

H. Res. 10), [6JA]
tributions in the name of another and prohibit foreign

prohibit contributions by nondistrict residents in Congress: compile and make available to the public
nationals from making any campaign-related dis- elections to the House of Representatives (see H.R.

the names of candidates for election who agree to
bursements (see H.R. 1747), [11MY]
594), [4FE]

conduct campaigns in accordance with a Code of
prohibit contributions and expenditures by polit-

prohibit contributions by nondistrict residents in Election Ethics (see H. Con. Res. 12), (19JA]
ical action committees in elections for Federal office elections to the Senate or the House of Representa- Corp. for Public Broadcasting: prohibit public broad-
(see H.R. 57), (7JA]
tives (see H.R. 715), [11FE)

casting stations from making available any lists of
prohibit contributions by nonparty multi-

prohibit lowest unit rate for campaign advertis- their financial donors (see H.R. 2791), [5AU]
candidate political committees in Federal elections ing from being available for communication in which Courts: independent counsel law reform (see H.R. 117),
(see H.R. 593), (4FE]
candidates attack opponents unless the candidate

[7JA]
-prohibit contributions from individuals that are does so in person (see H.R. 2033), [8JN]

independent counsel law repeal (see H.R. 386),
not U.S. citizens (see H.R. 69), [7JA]

-prohibit use of soft money in Federal elections (19JA) (see H.R. 794), [23FE]
prohibit use of soft money in Federal elections (see H.R. 399), [19JA)

Dept. of Justice: appointment of a special counsel when
(see H.R. 399), [19JA)

-protect the equal participation of eligible voters investigation or prosecution of a person by an office
public financing of House of Representatives in Federal election campaigns (see H.R. 463), [2FE] or official may result in a personal, financial, or
elections (see H.R. 331), [19JA) (see H.R. 1171), (see H.R. 1957), [26MY]

political conflict of interest (see H.R. 2083), [9JN]
[17MR]

requirements for candidates receiving Federal Elections: constitutional amendment to regulate cam-
require disclosure of funding sources for certain campaign financing relative to participation in multi- paign expenditures and contribution limits (see H.J.
candidate advocacy advertising (see H.R. 227), [7JA) candidate forums (see H.R. 2027), [8JN]

Res. 13), [7JA]

POLLUTION

House Rules: reform gift rules (see H. Res. 9), [6JA]
Independent Counsel Commission: establish (see H.R.

3005), [40C]
Lawyers and attorneys: reimburse individuals for attor-

neys' fees who are indicted by an independent coun-

sel but found not guilty (see H.R. 943), [2MR]
Medicare: exclude lobbying costs from the calculation

of the adjusted community rate for Medicare+Choice

plans (see H.R. 2230), [15JN]
National Civility Week, Inc.: support efforts to restore

civility, honesty, integrity, and respectful consider-
ation in the U.S. (see H. Res. 134), [25MR] (see

H. Res. 324), [70C]
National Voter Registration Act: repeal (see H.R. 38),

[6JA)
Office of Government Ethics: authorizing appropria-

tions (see H.R. 2904), [21SE]
Political action committees: reduce influence in elec-

tions for Federal office (see H.R. 2866), [14SE]
Political campaigns: constitutional amendment to limit

expenditure of money to elect public officials (see
H.J. Res. 3, 8), [7JA]

ethics reform and contribution limits (see H.R.
417), [19JA] (see H.R. 1641), [29AP] (see H.R.
1739), [6MY] (see H.R. 1867), [19MY] (see H.R.
1922), [25MY] (see H.R. 2668), [2AU] (see H.R.
3243), [NO]

ethics reform and contribution limits (H.R. 417),
consideration (see H. Res. 122), [18MR) (see H.
Res. 126), [23MR] (see H. Res. 283), [8SE]

expand required spending reports and transfer
enforcement of campaign finance laws from the FEC
to the Dept. of Justice (see H.R. 32), [6JA)

increase penalties for making or accepting con-
tributions in the name of another and prohibit foreign
nationals from making any campaign-related dis-
bursements (see H.R. 1747), [11MY]

-limit contributions by nondistrict or out-of-State
residents in elections to Congress (see H.R. 1880),
[20MY]

-prohibit candidates from accepting unsecured
loans from depository institutions regulated under
Federal law (see H.R. 400), [19JA]

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

-prohibit contributions and expenditures by polit-
ical action committees in elections for Federal office
(see H.R. 57), [7JA]

-prohibit contributions by nondistrict residents in
elections to the House of Representatives (see H.R.
594), [4FE]

-prohibit contributions by nondistrict residents in
elections to the Senate or the House of Representa-
tives (see H.R. 715), [11FE]

-prohibit contributions by nonparty multi-
candidate political committees in Federal elections
(see H.R. 593), [4FE]

-prohibit contributions from individuals that are
not U.S. citizens (see H.R. 69), [7JA]

-prohibit lowest unit rate for campaign advertis-
ing from being available for communication in which
candidates attack opponents unless the candidate
does so in person (see H.R. 2033), [8JN]

-prohibit use of soft money in Federal elections
(see H.R. 399), [19JA]

-public financing of House of Representatives
elections (see H.R. 331), [19JA] (see H.R. 1171),
[17MR]

Frequire disclosure of funding sources for certain
candidate advocacy advertising (see H.R. 227), [7JA)
Presidents of the U.S.: require disclosure of funding

sources and amounts relative to creation of a Presi-

dential archival depository (see H.R. 3239), (5NO]
Reports filed
Bipartisan Campaign Finance Reform Act: Committee

on House Administration (House) (H.R. 417) (H.

Rept. 106-297), (5AU)
Campaign Integrity Act: Committee on House Admin-

istration (House) (H.R. 1867) (H. Rept. 106–294),

[SAU]
Campaign Reform and Election Integrity Act: Commit-

tee on House Administration (House) (H.R. 2668)
(H. Rept. 106-295), [5AU]

Citizen Legislature and Political Freedom Act: Com-

mittee on House Administration (House) (H.R. 1922)

(H. Rept. 106-296), [5AU)
Consideration of H.R. 417, Bipartisan Campaign Fi-

nance Reform Act: Committee on Rules (House)

(H. Res. 283) (H. Rept. 106-311), [8SE]
Office of Government Ethics Appropriations: Commit-

tee on Government Reform (House) (H.R. 2904) (H.

Rept. 106-433), [2NO]
POLITICAL PARTIES
Bills and resolutions
Corp. for Public Broadcasting: prohibit public broad-

casting stations from making available any lists of

their financial donors (see H.R. 2791), [5AU]
Elections: requirements for candidates receiving Federal

campaign financing relative to participation in multi-

candidate forums (see H.R. 2027), [8JN]
Political campaigns: prohibit use of soft money in Fed-
eral elections (see H.R. 399), [19JA]

-provide interregional primary elections and cau-
cuses for selection of delegates to a national Presi-
dential nominating convention (see H.R. 3277),
[9NO]

-require disclosure of funding sources for certain
candidate advocacy advertising (see H.R. 227), [7JA]
Presidential Debate Commission: establish on an ongo-

ing basis and require nominees for President and
Vice President to participate in debates to receive
Federal funding for party conventions (see H.R.

178), [7JA]
States: requirements relative to access to election bal-

lots for certain parties (see H.R. 2026), [8JN]
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Bills and resolutions
Education: 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]

-grants for public policy programs at certain in-
stitutes and schools (see H.R. 788), [23FE]

-improve and refocus civic education (see H.R.
3195), [2NO]
POLLARD, JONATHAN J.
Bills and resolutions
Espionage: advocate serving of full sentence of life

imprisonment and oppose pardon, reprieve, or any
other executive clemency (see H. Con. Res. 16, 18),

[19JA]
POLLS OF OPINION see PUBLIC OPINION POLLS
POLLUTION related term(s) ECOLOGY AND ENVIRON-

MENT
Bills and resolutions
Air pollution: application of California State regulations

relative to reformulated gasoline in certain areas (see
H.R. 11), [6JA) (see H.R. 1395), [13AP]

-reduce emissions from electric powerplants (see
H.R. 2900), [21SE]

-regulations relative to beverage alcohol com-
pounds emitted from aging warehouses (see H.R.

2314), [22JN]
Beaches: improve quality of coastal recreation waters
(see H.R. 950), [3MR) (see H.R. 999), [4MR]

-improve quality of coastal recreation waters
(H.R. 999), consideration (see H. Res. 145), [21AP]
Border Smog Reduction Act: reimburse States for im-

plementation costs (see H.R. 1755), [11MY]
CERCLA: amend relative to settlements by certain

qualified businesses (see H.R. 2921), [22SE]
Clean Air Act: modify application of certain provisions

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

-make grants to develop a pilot program on the
use of telecommuting as a means of reducing air

pollutant emissions (see H.R. 2556), (19JY]
Ecology and environment: expand public's right to

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

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

-promote environmental justice by establishing
links between pollution and community health prob-
lems and assist such communities (see H.R. 1510),
[21AP]

-protect children from exposure to certain envi-
ronmental pollutants (see H.R. 199), [7JA]

-provide certain off-budget treatment for the land
and water conservation fund and limit fund relative

to State financial assistance (see H.R. 452), [2FE]
EPA: certify State voluntary cleanup programs for

brownfield sites and clarify liability of landowners
and prospective purchasers (see H.R. 1391), [13AP]

limit authority to ban metered-dose inhalers (see
H.R. 136), [7JA)

-reestablish the Office of Noise Abatement and
Control (see H.R. 2702), [4AU]

-require discharges from combined storm and
sanitary sewers conform to the combined sewer over-
flow control policy (see H.R. 828), [24FE]

-waive oxygen content requirement for certain
reformulated gasoline (see H.R. 3449), [18NO]
Materials Corridor Partnership Initiative: establish

multiagency program to promote energy efficient and
environmentally sound economic development along

the Mexican border (see H.R. 666), [10FE)
Mexico: treatment of Mexican sewage flowing into

U.S. waters (see H.R. 3310), [10NO] (see H.R.

3378), [16NO]
Motor vehicles: include air pollution information on

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

1976), [27MY]
Recycling: require refund values for beverage contain-

ers and provide resources for State pollution preven-

tion and recycling programs (see H.R. 2676), [2AU]
Refuse disposal: exempt pesticide rinse water degrada-

tion systems from subtitle C permit requirements

(see H.R. 79), [7JA]
San Francisco, CA: reduce risk of oil pollution and

improve safety of navigation in San Francisco Bay

(see H.R. 2536), [15JY)
Taxation: extend expensing of environmental remedi-

ation costs to contaminated sites located outside of
targeted areas (see H.R. 2264), [17JN]

-permanently extend environmental remediation
costs (see H.R. 1630), [29AP]

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

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

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

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

tocol (see H.R. 2221), [15JN)
Water pollution: estuary conservation and management

programs funding (see H.R. 1096), (11MR] (see H.R.
1237). [23MR]

exclude certain areas and activities from
stormwater regulations, and limit liability of local
governments relative to co-permittees and implemen-
tation of control measures (see H.R. 3294), [10NO]

POLLUTION

-restore estuary habitats through more efficient
ensure members of the Armed Forces are allo-

-require schools and libraries to install and use
financing of projects and the enhanced coordination cated to their “Home of Record” (see H.R. 2067), Internet filtering or blocking technology to be eligi-
of Federal and non-Federal programs (see H.R. [8JN)

ble to receive or retain universal service assistance
1775), [12MY]

expand Census in Schools Project (see H.R. (see H.R. 543), [3FE] (see H.R. 896), [2MR]
Reports filed

1058), [10MR]

Customs Service: authorizing appropriations for U.S.
Beaches Environmental Assessment, Cleanup, and

-improve participation in the 2000 decennial cen- Customs Cybersmuggling Center (see H.R. 640),
Health Act: Committee on Transportation and Infra- sus by increasing Bureau of the Census funds for [9FE)
structure (House) (H.R. 999) (H. Rept. 106-98), marketing, promotion, and outreach (see H.R. 1010), Customs Service, U.S. Trade Representative, and ITC:
[19AP]
[4MR]

authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 1833), [18MY]
Consideration of H.R. 999, Beaches Environmental As-

-include U.S. citizens living abroad (see H. Con. Morality and ethics: impact of obscenity and sexual
sessment, Cleanup, and Health Act: Committee on
Res. 129), [9JN]

objectification on society (see H. Res. 239), [1JY]
Rules (House) (H. Res. 145), [21AP]

increase public participation in the 2000 decen- Reports filed
POMBO, RICHARD W. (a Representative from Cali- nial census (see H. Con. Res. 193), [60C]

Trade Agency Authorizations, Drug Free Borders, and
fornia)

-require census questionnaires be made available Prevention of On-Line Child Pornography Act: Com-
Appointments

in various languages (see H.R. 929), [2MR]

mittee on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 1833)
George E. Brown, Jr., funeral attendees, [27JY]

-require use of postcensus local review (see H.R. (H. Rept. 106-161), [24MY]
Bills and resolutions introduced

472), [2FE]

PORTER, JOHN EDWARD (a Representative from Il-
Clean Air Act: prohibit the use of certain fuel additives

-require use of postcensus local review (H.R. linois)
including methyl tertiary-butyl ether (MTBE) in re-

472), consideration (see H. Res. 138), [13AP] Appointments
formulated gasoline (see H.R. 1398), [14AP]
Disasters: improve ability of individuals and local,

-use of sampling to determine populations in Committee To Escort the Speaker-Elect to the Chair,

States for purposes of congressional redistricting (see [6JA)
State, and Federal agencies to prevent natural floods

H.R. 548), [3FEJ

Conferee: H.R. 1141, emergency supplemental appro-
(see H.R. 1101), [11MR]

priations, [22AP]
Firefighters: authorize equal overtime pay for all Fed-

Census Monitoring Board: amend qualification require-
ments (see H.R. 2306), [22JN]

-H.R. 2465, Dept. of Defense appropriations for
eral employees engaged in wildfire suppression oper-

China, People's Republic of: condemn officials in- military construction, family housing, and base re-
ations (see H.R. 2814), [8SE]

volved in enforcement of forced abortions and pre-
Food Quality Protection Act: establish certain require-

alignment and closure, [21JY]
ments (see H.R. 1592), [28AP]

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Board

vent officials from entering or remaining in the U.S.
Government regulations: require peer review of sci-

(see H.R. 138), [7JA)

of Trustees, [3MR]
entific support data (see H.R. 574), [4FE]
Clean Air Act: remove a provision limiting States to

Bills and resolutions introduced
Macau: tribute to Governor Vasco Joaquim Rocha

proportionately less assistance than their respective

Animals: prohibit import, export, sale, or possession
Vieira and the Macau Government on the Third
populations and Federal tax payments (see H.R.

of bear viscera (see H.R. 2166), [10JN]
Meeting of the Macanese People or “Terceiro

2427), [1JY]

Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and related
Encontro” (see H. Con. Res. 55), [15MR]
National objectives: develop, promote, and implement

agencies: making appropriations (see H.R. 3037),
National Wildlife Refuge System: prohibit expenditure

policies to stabilize U.S. population growth (see H.

[70C)
of certain funds for new refuges without specific

Con. Res. 17), (19JA]

Firearms: require reporting of buyer's residence to law
authorization

enforcement officials and a waiting period before
from Congress (see H.R. 1199),

States: allow use of redistricting systems for congres-
[18MR)
sional districts other than single-member districts

purchase of a handgun (see H.R. 1062), [10MR]
Santa Cruz Island, CA: allow certain individuals use

Foreign aid: recognize commitment and dedication of

(see H.R. 1173), [17MR]
and occupancy of certain property (see H.R. 1100), U.N.: implement Programme of Action of the Inter-

humanitarian relief nongovernmental organizations
national Conference on Population and Development

and private volunteer organizations for efforts in
[11MR]
POMEROY, EARL (a Representative from North Da- while maintaining sovereign rights of countries rel-

Central America and Kosovo (see H. Res. 152),
kota)
ative to family planning (see H. Res. 102), [9MR]

[27AP]
Bills and resolutions introduced

(see H. Res. 118), [16MR]

Social Security: create personalized retirement accounts
Agriculture: encourage participation and ensure avail-

-restore a voluntary U.S. contribution to the U.N.

(see H.R. 874), [25FE]
ability of affordable crop insurance for producers Population Fund (see H.R. 895), [2MR]

Tariff: compound optical microscopes (see H.R. 2165),

[10JN]
(see H.R. 1536), [22AP]

Reports filed
-harmonization of registrations of certain pes-

Reports filed
Census in the Schools Promotion Act: Committee on
ticides (see H.R. 1913), [24MY]

Government Reform (House) (H.R. 1058) (H. Rept.

Depts. of Labor, HHS, and Education, and Related
-impose a moratorium on large agribusiness

Agencies Appropriations: Committee on Appropria-
106–105), [26AP]
mergers and establish a commission to review large

tions (House) (H.R. 3037) (H. Rept. 106-370),
Consideration of H.R. 472, Local Census Quality
agriculture mergers (see H.R. 3159), [270C)

[70C]

Check Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
Dickinson, ND: forgive certain debts owed for the con-

PORTMAN, ROB (a Representative from Ohio)

138) (H. Rept. 106–93), [13AP]
struction of bascule gates on the Dickinson Dam

Bills and resolutions introduced
Decennial Census Improvement Act: Committee on
(see H.R. 3401), [16NO]

Government Reform (House) (H.R. 683) (H. Rept.

Crime: national policy to control juvenile crime and
North Dakota: increase authorization for water supplies,

violence (S. 254), return to Senate (see H. Res.
106-104), (26AP]
meet water quantity and quality needs, and enhance

249), [15JY]
Improve Participation in the 2000 Decennial Census
natural resources and habitats (see H.R. 1137),

Dept. of the Treasury: codify authority to issue regula-

by Increasing Bureau of the Census Funds for Mar-
[16MR] (see H.R. 2918), [22SE]

tions covering the practices of enrolled agents (see

keting, Promotion, and Outreach: Committee on
Taxation: allow certain individuals a credit for elective

H.R. 3491), [18NO]
Government Reform (House) (H.R. 1010) (H. Rept.
deferrals and individual retirement account contribu-

Government: improve Federal financial assistance pro-

106-97), [19AP]
tions (see H.R. 2553), [19JY]

grams (see H.R. 409), (19JA]
Local Census Quality Check Act: Committee on Gov-
enhance the portability of retirement benefits

National Underground Railroad Freedom Center: fund-

ernment Reform (House) (H.R. 472) (H. Rept. 106–
(see H.R. 739), [11FE)

ing (see H.R. 2919), [22SE]
71), [22MR]
-full deduction of health insurance costs for self-

Pensions: reform (see H.R. 1102), [11MR]
employed individuals (see H.R. 225), [7JA]

2000 Census Community Participation Enhancement SBA: extend authorization of the Drug-Free Workplace

Act: Committee on Government Reform (House)
-treatment of individual retirement accounts (see

Program (see H.R. 3213), [3NO]
H.R. 226), [7JA)

(H.R. 1009) (H. Rept. 106-89), [13AP]

Taxation: promote, protect, and clarify status of profes-
POPULATION
2000 Census Language Barrier Removal Act: Commit-

sional employer organizations (see H.R. 3490),
Bills and resolutions

tee on Government Reform (House) (H.R. 929) (H. [18NO]
Bureau of the Census: facilitate recruitment of tem-
Rept. 106-96), [19AP]

-reform interest allocation rules (see H.R. 2270),
porary employees to assist in the conduct of the

2000 Census Mail Outreach Improvement Act: Com- [17JN]
decennial census (see H.R. 683), [10FE]
mittee on Government Reform (House) (H.R. 928)

-treatment of contributions of computers to
Census: apply certain attribution rules to the counting

(H. Rept. 106-88), [13AP]

schools and public libraries (see H.R. 2308), [22JN]
of certain prisoners (see H.R. 1632), [29AP]
PORNOGRAPHY

-treatment of income from land sold to a govern-
-authorize the awarding of grants to local entities Appointments

ment agency or a nonprofit organization for con-
and organizations to improve public participation in

Commission on Online Child Protection, [180C), servation purposes (see H.R. 2880), [15SE]
the 2000 decennial census (see H.R. 1009), [4MR] [190C]

Television: importance of family-oriented programming
-authorize the deposit of a census questionnaire Bills and resolutions

(see H. Con. Res. 178), [5AU] (see H. Con. Res.
in the letter box of a household, free of postage,

Children and youth: protect from exposure to explicit 184), [9SE]
during the nonresponse followup phase of a decen- sexual or violent material and prevent youth violence PORTSMOUTH, OH
nial census (see H.R. 3290), [10NO]

(see H.R. 2036), (8JN]

Bills and resolutions
ensure a more effective return of census infor- Computers: installation of filtering or blocking pro- Nuclear energy: Portsmouth, OH, and Paducah, KY,
mation through followup mailing of census question- grams in schools and libraries with Internet access gaseous diffusion plants funding (see H.R. 3151),
naires (see H.R. 928), [2MR]
(see H.R. 368), [19JA) (see H.R. 2560), 120JY]

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POSTAL SERVICE

PORTUGAL, REPUBLIC OF
Bills and resolutions
Macau: tribute to Governor Vasco Joaquim Rocha

Vieira and the Macau Government on the Third
Meeting of the Macanese People or “Terceiro
Encontro” (see H. Con. Res. 55), (15MR]

-U.S. policy (see H.R. 825), (24FE]
POSTAGE AND STAMPS
Bills and resolutions
Agriculture: issue commemorative postage stamp to

honor U.S. farm women (see H. Res. 213), (16JN]
Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc.: issue

commemorative postage stamp honoring anniversary

(see H. Con. Res. 57), [17MR]
Census: authorize the deposit of a census questionnaire

in the letter box of a household, free of postage,
during the nonresponse followup phase of a decen-

nial census (see H.R. 3290), [10NO]
Chavez, Cesar E.: issue commemorative postage stamp

(see H. Res. 144), [20AP]
Children and youth: issue postage stamp to emphasize

the commitment to reunite missing children with
their families and to honor memories of children
who were victims of abduction and murder (see H.

Con. Res. 114), [25MY]
Credit cards: require billing statements to include post-

marked due dates and prohibit late fees for payment

postmarked by such date (see H.R. 3477), [18NOJ
Diseases: issue special postage stamps to fund AIDS

research and education programs (see H.R. 597),
[4FE)

-issue special postage stamps to fund Alz-
heimer's research (see H.R. 1939), [25MY]

-issue special postage stamps to fund diabetes
research (see H.R. 1472), [15AP]

-issue special postage stamps to fund prostate
cancer research (see H.R. 2562), [20JY]
Drunken driving: issue commemorative postage stamp

to raise public awareness of the serious problem
of driving while intoxicated (see H. Con. Res. 108),

[17MY]
Hunger: issue special postage stamps to fund emer-

gency food relief programs (see H.R. 2730), [5AU]
Hurston, Zora Neale: issue commemorative postage

stamp (see H. Res. 60), [11FE)
Lane Victory (S.S.): issue commemorative postage

stamp (see H. Con. Res. 112), [25MY]
Leland, Mickey: issue commemorative postage stamp

(see H. Con. Res. 175), [5AU]
Marshall, Thurgood: issue commemorative postage

stamp (see H. Res. 319), [10C]
McGuffey, William H.: issue postage stamp in com-

memoration of authoring the McGuffey Readers (see

H. Res. 316), [29SE]
National 4-H Council: issue postage stamp in com-

memoration of 4-H Youth Development Program's

centennial (see H. Res. 109), (11MR]
New Jersey (U.S.S.): issue commemorative postage

stamp to honor ship and crew (see H. Con. Res.

119), [26MY]
Postal Service: delivery of mail to a commercial mail
receiving agency (see H.J. Res. 55), [20MY]

-make American Battle Monuments Commission
and World War II Memorial Advisory Board eligible
to use nonprofit mail rates (see H.R. 2319), [23JN]

preserve, protect, and promote viability (see
H.R. 2535), [15JY]

-reform postal laws (see H.R. 22), [6JA]

-require door delivery of mail sent to persons
residing in senior communities (see H.R. 3202),
[2NO]

-submit reports to Congress before implementing
the next first-class postage rate increase and provide
certain procedures for postage stamp use and sale
at the beginning of such rate increase (see H.R.

1859), [19MY]
Ramadan: issue commemorative postage stamp (see H.

Con. Res. 220), [4NO]
Robeson, Paul L.: issue commemorative postage stamp

(see H. Con. Res. 38), [25FE]
U.S. Masters Swimming, Inc.: issue commemorative

postage stamp (see H. Con. Res. 25), (4FE]
U.S. Submarine Force: issue postage stamp in com-

memoration of anniversary (see H. Con. Res. 120),
[26MY]

Velasquez, William C.: issue commemorative postage

stamp (see H. Con. Res. 104), [6MY]
Veterans: issue a series of postage stamps in com-

memoration of veterans service organizations (see
H. Con. Res. 60), [18MR]

-issue commemorative postage stamp honoring
Purple Heart recipients (see H. Con. Res. 77),

[24MR)
VFW: issue commemorative postage stamp honoring

anniversary (see H. Res. 115), [16MR]
POSTAL RATE COMMISSION
Bills and resolutions

Postal Service: reform postal laws (see H.R. 22), [6JA]
POSTAL SERVICE
Appointments
Conferees: H.R. 2490, Dept. of the Treasury, Postal

Service, Executive Office of the President, and inde-

pendent agencies appropriations, [21JY]
Bills and resolutions
Aaron E. Henry Federal Building and U.S. Post Office,

Clarksdale, MS: designate (see H.R. 1279), [24MR]
Agriculture: issue commemorative postage stamp to

honor U.S. farm women (see H. Res. 213), [16JN]
Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc.: issue

commemorative postage stamp honoring anniversary

(see H. Con. Res. 57), [17MR]
Augustus F. Hawkins Post Office Building, Los Ange-

les, CA: designate (see H.R. 643), [9FE]
Baltimore, MD: designate certain Postal Service facili-

ties (see H.R. 3238), [5NO]
Business and industry: delivery of mail to a commer-

cial mail receiving agency (see H.J. Res. 55),
[20MY]

-limit commercial nonpostal services (see H.R.
198), [7JA]
Captain Colin P. Kelly, Jr. Post Office, Madison, FL:

designate (see H.R. 1666), (4MY]
Chavez, Cesar E.: issue commemorative postage stamp

(see H. Res. 144), [20AP]
Chicago, IL: designate certain Postal Service facilities

(see H.R. 1191), [18MR]
Children and youth: issue postage stamp to emphasize

the commitment to reunite missing children with
their families and to honor memories of children
who were victims of abduction and murder (see H.

Con. Res. 114), [25MY]
Clifford R. Hope Post Office, Garden City, KS: des-

ignate (see H.R. 197), [7JA]
Consumers: establish a notification system under which

individuals may elect not to receive mailings related
to skill contests or sweepstakes (see H.R. 2678),

[3AU) (see H.R. 2731), [5AU]
Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office

of the President, and independent agencies: making
appropriations (see H.R. 2490), [13JY]

-making appropriations (H.R. 2490), consider-
ation (see H. Res. 246), [14JY]

-making appropriations (H.R. 2490), consider-
ation of conference report (see H. Res. 291), [14SE]
Diseases: issue special postage stamps to fund AIDS

research and education programs (see H.R. 597),
[4FE]

-issue special postage stamps to fund Alz-
heimer's research (see H.R. 1939), [25MY]

issue special postage stamps to fund diabetes
research (see H.R. 1472), [15AP]

issue special postage stamps to fund prostate
cancer research (see H.R. 2562), [20JY]
Drunken driving: issue commemorative postage stamp

to raise public awareness of the serious problem
of driving while intoxicated (see H. Con. Res. 108),

[17MY]
Federal employees: extend civil service retirement op-

tions to IRS revenue officers, INS inspectors, and
certain other Federal law enforcement officers (see

H.R. 1228), [23MR]
Firearms: prohibit Internet and mail-order sales of am-

munition without a license to deal in firearms and
require licensed firearms dealers to record certain

sales (see H.R. 87), [7JA]
Gambling: require certain notices in any mailing using

a game of chance for the promotion of a product
or service (see H.R. 170), (see H.R. 237), 17JA]

GAO: require study and report on violence by postal

employees (see H.R. 2385), (29JN]
Government: preserve, protect, and promote viability

(see H.R. 2535), [15JY]
Hector G. Godinez Post Office Building, Santa Ana,

CA: designate (see H.R. 2539), [15JY]
Henry McNeal Turner Post Office, Macon, GA: des-

ignate (see H.R. 3454), [18NO]
House of Representatives: make technical corrections

relative to reports submitted by the Postmaster Gen-
eral on official mail (see H.R. 705), [11FE)

-prevent certain mass mailings from being sent
as franked mail (see H.R. 596), (4FE]
Hurston, Zora Neale: issue commemorative postage

stamp (see H. Res. 60), [11FE]
James W. McCabe, Sr., Post Office Building, Johnson

City, NY: designate (see H.R. 2302), (22JN]
Jay Hanna ‘Dizzy' Dean Post Office, Wiggins, MS:

designate (see H.R. 2460), [1JY]
John Brademas Post Office, South Bend, IN: designate

(see H.R. 2938), [23SE]
John J. Buchanan Post Office Building, Chicago, IL:

designate (see H.R. 1377), [13AP]
John K. Rafferty Hamilton Post Office Building, Ham-

ilton, NJ: designate (see H.R. 1374), [12AP]
Jose V. Toledo U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, San

Juan, PR: designate (see H.R. 560), [3FE]
Joseph Ileto Post Office, Chino Hills, CA: designate

(see H.R. 3189), [1NO]
Keith D. Oglesby Station, Greenville, SC: designate

(see H.R. 2952), [27SE)
Lance Corporal Harold Gomez Post Office, East Chi-

cago, IN: designate (see H.R. 2358), [24JN]
Lane Victory (S.S.): issue commemorative postage

stamp (see H. Con. Res. 112), [25MY]
Layford R. Johnson Post Office, Eastover, SC: des-

ignate (see H.R. 3016), [50C]
Leland, Mickey: issue commemorative postage stamp

(see H. Con. Res. 175), [5AU]
Louis Stokes Post Office, Shaker Heights, OH: des-

ignate (see H.R. 2357), [24JN]
Mamie G. Floyd Post Office, Eau Claire, SC: designate

(see H.R. 3019), (50C]
Marshall, Thurgood: issue commemorative postage

stamp (see H. Res. 319), [10C]
Marybelle H. Howe Post Office, Charleston, SC: des-

ignate (see H.R. 3018), (50C]
Matthew F. McHugh Post Office, Ithaca, NY: designate

(see H.R. 3030), [60C)
Maurine B. Neuberger U.S. Post Office, Cloverdale,

OR: designate (see H.R. 1327), [25MR]
McGuffey, William H.: issue postage stamp in com-

memoration of authoring the McGuffey Readers (see

H. Res. 316), [29SE]
Mervyn Malcolm Dymally Post Office Building,

Compton, CA: designate (see H.R. 642), (9FE]
Monuments and memorials: make American Battle

Monuments Commission and World War II Memo-
rial Advisory Board eligible to use nonprofit mail

rates (see H.R. 2319), [23JN]
National 4-H Council: issue postage stamp in com-

memoration of 4-H Youth Development Program's

centennial (see H. Res. 109), [11MR]
New Jersey (U.S.S.): issue commemorative postage

stamp to honor ship and crew (see H. Con. Res.

119), [26MY]
Noal Cushing Bateman Post Office Building, Sandy,

UT: designate (see H.R. 1251), [24MR]
Pat King Post Office Building, Long Branch, NJ: des-

ignate (see H.R. 3488), [18NO]
Paul Laxalt Federal Building and U.S. Post Office,

Carson City, NV: designate (see H.R. 917), [2MR]
Philadelphia, PA: designate certain Postal Service

buildings (see H.R. 100), [7JA]
Post offices: guidelines for renovation, relocation, clos-

ing, or consolidation (see H.R. 670), [10FE)
Postage and stamps: submit reports to Congress before

implementing the next first-class postage rate in-
crease and provide certain procedures for postage
stamp use and sale at the beginning of such rate

increase (see H.R. 1859), [19MY]
Postal laws: reform (see H.R. 22), [6JA]
Privacy: prohibit appearance of Social Security num-

bers on, or through, unopened Dept. of the Treasury
mailings (see H.R. 3218), [4NO)

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