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POSTAL SERVICE

Privatization (see H.R. 2589), [22JY]

-require labels on food that contains, or is pro-
Ramadan: issue commemorative postage stamp (see H. duced with, a genetically engineered material (see
Con. Res. 220), [4NO]

H.R. 3377), [16NO]
Richard E. Fields Post Office, Charleston, SC: des-

POVERTY related term(s) HOMELESS; HUNGER
ignate (see H.R. 3017), [50C]

Appointments
Robeson, Paul L.: issue commemorative postage stamp Social Security Advisory Board, [30SE]
(see H. Con. Res. 38), [25FE]

Bills and resolutions
Senior citizens: require door delivery of mail sent to Charities: reform tax treatment of certain anti-poverty

persons residing in senior communities (see H.R. contributions and distributions from individual retire-
3202), [2NO)

ment accounts, and prohibit religious discrimination
St. Simons Island, GA: preserve St. Simons Lighthouse in the allocation of Government assistance funds (see
through GSA conveyance of lands to the Postal Serv-

H.R. 1607), [28AP]
ice and terminating Postal Service lease to property Children and youth: establish a program to identify
adjacent to the lighthouse (see H.R. 3515), [22NO]

and mentor college eligible high school students (see
Susie A. Davis Post Office, Nathalie, VA: designate H.R. 3386), [16NO]
(see H.R. 3042), [70C]

-increase the availability, affordability, and qual-
Thomas J. Brown Post Office Building, Hopkinton,

ity of child care (see H.R. 1430), [15AP] (see H.R.
MA: designate (see H.R. 2307), [22JN]

2943), [24SE]
U.S. Masters Swimming, Inc.: issue commemorative

-require lead poisoning screening for enrollees
postage stamp (see H. Con. Res. 25), [4FE]

in certain Federal programs (see H.R. 1996), [27MY]
U.S. Submarine Force: issue postage stamp in com-

Colleges and universities: assist at-risk students to stay
memoration of anniversary (see H. Con. Res. 120),

in school and complete their academic programs (see
[26MY]

H.R. 3223), (4NO]
Velasquez, William C.: issue commemorative postage

Community development: encourage small business de-
stamp (see H. Con. Res. 104), [6MY]

velopment in certain communities through support
Veterans: exempt veterans' organizations from regula-

of Community Development Venture Capital funds
tions prohibiting solicitation of contributions on post-

(see H.R. 2812), [8SE]
al property (see H.R. 711), [11FE)

-license America's Private Investment Compa-
-issue a series of postage stamps in commemora-

nies and provide enhanced credit to stimulate private
tion of veterans service organizations (see H. Con.

investment in low-income communities (see H.R.
Res. 60), [18MR)

2764), [SAU]
-issue commemorative postage stamp honoring

-provide grant funding for additional empower-
Purple Heart recipients (see H. Con. Res. 77),

ment zones, enterprise communities, and strategic
[24MR]
VFW: issue commemorative postage stamp honoring

planning communities (see H.R. 2170), [10JN) (see

H.R. 2463), [1JY]
anniversary (see H. Res. 115), [16MR]
Weapons: restrict the mail order sale of body armor

Community Development Financial Institutions Fund:

reauthorize and improve (see H.R. 629), [8FE]
(see H.R. 1423), [14AP]
William H. Avery Post Office, Wakefield, KS: des-

Contracts: require wages paid under Federal contracts
ignate (see H.R. 2591), [22JY]

to be above local poverty line (see H.R. 314), [7JA]
Conference reports

Dept. of Education: corrections in poverty data relative
Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office

to cost-of-living statistics (see H.R. 1902), [20MY]
of the President, and Independent Agencies Appro-

Dept. of HUD: grants to States to supplement assist-
priations (H.R. 2490), [14SE]

ance for the preservation of affordable housing for
Motions

low-income families (see H.R. 425), [19JA]
Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office

-provide enhanced rental assistance vouchers for
of the President, and independent agencies: making

low-income elderly and disabled tenants of certain
appropriations (H.R. 2490), [15JY], [21JY]

housing projects (see H.R. 1336), [25MR]
-making appropriations (H.R. 2490), conference

-reform empowerment zone designation process
report, [15SE]

by placing more emphasis on an applicant's poverty
Reports filed

and unemployment rates (see H.R. 504), [2FE)
Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2490, Domestic policy: establish a living wage, develop job

Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Of opportunities, convert military programs to social
fice of the President, and Independent Agencies Ap programs, produce a capital budget, reduce poverty
propriations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.

and violence, and redistribute wealth and power (see
291) (H. Rept. 106–322), [14SE]

H.R. 1050), [10MR]
Consideration of H.R. 2490, Dept. of the Treasury, Education: provide funds to assist high-poverty school

Postal Service, Executive Office of the President, districts meet their teaching needs (see H.R. 2344),
and Independent Agencies Appropriations: Commit [24JN]
tee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 246) (H. Rept. 106– Families and domestic relations: improve the availabil-
234), (14JY)

ity of child care and development services outside
Deceptive Mail Prevention and Enforcement Act: Com normal school hours (see H.R. 489), [2FE]
mittee on Government Reform (House) (H.R. 170)

-improve the availability of child care for chil-
(H. Rept. 106-431), [1NO]

dren of parents working nontraditional hours or shifts
Dept. of the Treasury, Postal Service, Executive Office (see H.R. 2694), [3AU]

of the President, and Independent Agencies Appro Federal aid programs: prohibit States from imposing
priations: Committee of Conference (H.R. 2490) (H. restrictions on additional children relative to the tem-
Rept. 106-319), [14SE]

porary assistance to needy families program (see
Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. H.R. 2690), (3AU)
2490) (H. Rept. 106-231), [13JY]

-State eligibility for bonuses under the temporary
Jose V. Toledo U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, San assistance to needy families block grants relative

Juan, PR: Committee on Transportation and Infra to child poverty rates (see H.R. 310), [7JA]
structure (House) (H.R. 560) (H. Rept. 106-108), Food: purchase of additional commodities for distribu-
[27AP]

tion to needy persons (see H.R. 1324), [25MR] (see
POULTRY PRODUCTS INSPECTION ACT

H.R. 3453), [18NO]
Bills and resolutions

Foreign policy: provide bilateral debt relief to heavily
Food: cover certain birds for use as human food (see indebted poor countries and strengthen similar inter-
H.R. 765), [12FE]

national relief efforts (see H.R. 3049), [70C]
-improve public health and food safety through

-provide incentives to corporations to invest in
enhanced enforcement of food inspection laws (see developing countries, debt relief for developing
H.R. 983), [4MR)

countries, and a method for repayment of money
-include the imposition of civil monetary pen owed to the U.S. (see H.R. 3211), [3NO]
alties for violations of meat and poultry inspection Hawaii: increase the Federal medical assistance per-
regulations (see H.R. 2767), [5AU]

centage (see H.R. 442), [2FE]

Head Start Program: reauthorize and amend (see H.R.

1722), (6MY]
Health: develop monitoring systems to promote safe
motherhood (see H.R. 2316), [23JN]

establish community-based managed care pro-
grams in medically disadvantaged areas (see H.R.
298, 304), 17JA)

-minority health programs (see H.R. 3250),
[8NO]

-national policy to provide health care and re-
form insurance procedures (see H.R. 16), [6JA] (see
H.R. 1136), [16MR] (see H.R. 1200), [18MR] (see
H.R. 2990), [30SE] (see H.R. 3000), [10C]

-national policy to provide health care and re-
form insurance procedures (H.R. 1136), consideration
(see H. Res. 311), [28SE]

-national policy to provide health care and re-
form insurance procedures (H.R. 2990), consideration
(see H. Res. 323), [50C]

-national policy to provide health care and re-
form insurance procedures (H.R. 2990), Senate

amendment (see H. Res. 348), [1NO]
Health Professions Education Partnership Act: applica-

bility to the Health Education Assistance Program

(see H.R. 2148), [10JN]
Homeless: educational assistance for children and youth
(see H.R. 2888), [21SE]

-require that a portion of housing program funds
be designated to primarily serve homeless veterans

(see H.R. 1008), [4MR]
Housing: expand homeownership (see H.R. 1776),
[12MY]

-renewal of rental assistance contracts for mod-
erate rehabilitation projects (see H.R. 1479), [20AP]

-restructure financing for assisted housing for
senior citizens (see H.R. 202), [7JA]
Hunger: issue special postage stamps to fund emer-

gency food relief programs (see H.R. 2730), [5AU]
Medicaid: allow States to use State Children's Health

Insurance Program allotment to cover additional low-
income children (see H.R. 458), [2FE]

-assure preservation of safety net hospitals
through maintenance of Disproportionate Share Hos-
pital Program (see H.R. 3103), [190C)

eliminate the termination of additional Federal
payments to States for outreach and eligibility deter-
mination administrative costs (see H.R. 2912),
[22SE]

-permit presumptive eligibility of Medicare bene-
ficiaries for certain low-income Medicare beneficiary
programs (see H.R. 854), (25FE)

-permit public schools and other entities to deter-
mine presumptive eligibility for low-income children
(see H.R. 1298), [25MR]

-permit State waiver authority to provide medical
assistance in cases of congenital heart defects (see
H.R. 3325), [10NO]

-permit States the option to provide coverage
for low-income individuals infected with HIV (see
H.R. 1591), [28AP]

-reduce infant mortality through improvement of
coverage of services to pregnant women and infants
(see H.R. 301), [7JA]

reinstate prior level of disproportionate share
hospital payments to Minnesota (see H.R. 1610),
[28AP]

-reinstate prior level of disproportionate share
hospital payments to Minnesota, New Mexico, and
Wyoming (see H.R. 2800), [5AU)

-remove limit on disproportionate share hospital
payments to Ohio (see H.R. 3065), (130C)

-remove special financial limitations on Puerto
Rico and certain other territories relative to medical
assistance for Medicare cost-sharing and for veterans
(see H.R. 2333), [23JN)

-restrict imposition of liens and estate recovery
for long-term care services provided to certain indi-

viduals (see H.R. 161), [7JA]
Medicare: calculation of Medicare+Choice payments

for medical services at Dept. of Veterans Affairs
and Dept. of Defense facilities (see H.R. 2447),
[1JY]

coverage of outpatient prescription drugs for
low-income beneficiaries and provision of stop-loss

POWER RESOURCES

protection for outpatient prescription drug expenses
(see H.R. 2925), [23SE]

-improve access to benefits and programs to eli-
gible, low-income beneficiaries (see H.R. 1455),
[15AP]

-improve the telemedicine program and provide
grants for the development of telehealth networks
(see H.R. 3420), [17NO]

-treatment of payments to Medicare+Choice or-
ganizations relative to disproportionate share hospital

payments (see H.R. 1103), [11MR]
Medicare/Medicaid: surety bond requirements for home

health agencies, durable medical equipment suppli-

ers, and others (see H.R. 2325), [23JN]
Native Americans: provide technical and legal assist-

ance for tribal justice systems and members of In-

dian tribes (see H.R. 3333), [10NO]
Ohio: designate the Youngstown-Warren area as an

empowerment zone (see H.R. 503), [2FE]
Pharmaceuticals: demonstration project to expand eligi-

bility under existing State prescription drug assist-
ance programs for low-income seniors (see H.R.

2375), (29JN]
Public welfare programs: amend the Welfare-to-Work

program and modify the work performance bonus
(see H.R. 3172), [280C]

expand the educational and work opportunities
of certain welfare recipients (see H.R. 3434), [17NO]

-improve onsite inspections of State food stamp
programs and provide grants to develop community
partnerships and innovative outreach strategies for
food stamp and related programs (see H.R. 2738),
[5AU]

-reauthorize Welfare-To-Work program to pro-
vide additional resources and flexibility (see H.R.
1482), [20AP]

-repeal certain restrictions on food stamp eligi-
bility and increase Federal support for emergency
food assistance programs (see H.R. 3192), [1NO]

-reward States that enact policies and support
programs that lift families out of poverty (see H.R.

699), (10FE)
Small business: provide grants to microenterprise orga-

nizations to assist disadvantaged entrepreneurs using
funds from the Community Development Financial

Institutions Fund (see H.R. 413), [19JA]
Social Security: allow States to use State Children's

Health Insurance Program allotment to cover unin-
sured pregnant women (see H.R. 1843), [18MY]

-improve coverage of low-income children under
State Children's Health Insurance Program and Med-
icaid (see H.R. 827), [24FE] (see H.R. 3480),
[18NO]

-make corrections in Medicare, Medicaid, and
State Children's Health Insurance Program relative
to the Balanced Budget Act (see H.R. 3075), [140C]
(see H.R. 3146), [260C] (see H.R. 3426), (17NO]

-permit children covered under the State Chil-
dren's Health Insurance Program to be eligible for
the Federal Vaccines for Children Program (see H.R.
2976), [29SE]

-promote identification of children eligible for
State Children's Health Insurance Program and Med-

icaid (see H.R. 2807), [8SE]
Taxation: allow a tax credit for expenses incurred while

transporting food to food banks (see H.R. 954),
[3MR]

designate renewal communities (see H.R. 5),
[24FE]

extend the work opportunity credit (see H.R.
585), [4FE]

-modify the low-income housing credit (see H.R.
175), [7JA) (see H.R. 2400), [30JN]

-promote job creation and expand small busi-
nesses in economically-distressed communities (see
H.R. 3247), [8NO]

-provide a credit to taxpayers investing in enti-
ties seeking to provide capital to create new markets
in low-income communities (see H.R. 2713), [5AU]

provide partial income exclusion to certain
teachers in high-poverty schools (see H.R. 2611),
[26JY]

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

-treatment of Native American housing assist-
ance programs (see H.R. 152), [7JA]

-treatment of reductions in State tax revenues
relative to the provision of an earned income tax
credit to recipients of temporary assistance for needy

families block grants (see H.R. 2787), [5AU]
Urban areas: development of municipally-owned vacant

lots by nonprofit community organizations (see H.R.

2305), [22JN]
Motions
Health: national policy to provide health care and re-

form insurance procedures (H.R. 2990), [60C],

[3NO]
Reports filed
Community Development Financial Institutions Fund

Reauthorization and Improvement: Committee on
Banking and Financial Services (House) (H.R. 629)

(H. Rept. 106–183), [14JN]
Consideration of H.R. 2990, Quality Care for the Unin-

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

323) (H. Rept. 106-366), [50C)
Medicare, Medicaid, and SCHIP Balanced Budget Re-

finement Act: Committee on Ways and Means

(House) (H.R. 3075) (H. Rept. 106-436), [2NO)
Microenterprise Organization Grants To Assist Dis-

advantaged Entrepreneurs Using Funds From the
Community Development

Development Financial Institutions
Fund: Committee on Banking and Financial Services
(House) (H.R. 413) (H. Rept. 106-184), [14JN]

Committee on Small Business (House) (H.R.
413) (H. Rept. 106-184), [12JY]
Senate Amendment to H.R. 2990, Quality Care for

the Uninsured Act: Committee on Rules (House)

(H. Res. 348) (H. Rept. 106–430), [1NO]
Welfare-to-Work Program Amendments and Work Per-

formance Bonus Modification: Committee on Edu-
cation and the Workforce (House) (H.R. 3172) (H.

Rept. 106-456), (5NO]
POWER RESOURCES related term(s) CONSERVATION

OF ENERGY; NATURAL GAS; PETROLEUM
Appointments
Conferees: H.R. 2605, energy and water development

appropriations, [13SE]
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)
Bonneville Power Administration: allow sales of elec-

tricity to joint operating entities (see H.R. 3447),

[18NO]
California: moratorium on gas and oil development

of the Outer Continental Shelf (see H.R. 112), [7JA)
Clean Air Act: prohibit listing of liquefied petroleum

gas (see H.R. 1301), [25MR)
Coastal Plain: establish and implement competitive, en-

vironmentally sound, and job creating oil and gas

leasing program (see H.R. 2250), [16JN]
Cortland, OH: prohibit oil and gas drilling in Mosquito

Creek Lake (see H.R. 2818), [8SE]
Dept. of Energy: abolish (see H.R. 1649), [29AP] (see
H.R. 2411), (30JN]

-authorizing appropriations for civilian research,
development, demonstration, and commercial appli-
cation activities (see H.R. 1655, 1656), [3MY]

-authorizing appropriations for civilian research,
development, demonstration, and commercial appli-
cation activities (H.R. 1655), consideration (see H.
Res. 289), (14SE]

convey the former site of the National Institute
of Petroleum Energy Research to Bartlesville, OK
(see H.R. 2844), (13SE]

establish a compensation program for employees
injured in Federal nuclear activities (see H.R. 3495),
[18NO]

establish compensation programs for employees
sustaining illnesses from exposure to beryllium and
other hazardous substances and examine health ef-
fects of exposure to hazardous substances (see H.R.
3418), [17NOJ (see H.R. 3478), [18NOJ

provide compensation and increase safety for
on-site storage of spent nuclear fuel and radioactive
waste (see H.R. 1309), [25MR]

-retention and administration of certain Oil Shale
Reserves in Utah (see H.R. 2823), [9SE]

-terminate exemption of nonprofit institutions
from civil penalties for violations of nuclear safety

requirements (see H.R. 3383), (16NO]
Dept. of the Interior: prohibit expenditures on mid-

Atlantic coast offshore oil and gas lease sales (see
H.R. 1372), [12AP)

-prohibit oil and gas leasing activities on certain
portions of the Outer Continental Shelf (see H.R.

387, 388), [19JA) (see H.R. 869), [25FE]
Ecology and environment: establish doctoral fellow-

ships to increase the number of scientists and engi-
neers trained in global energy and environmental

challenges (see H.R. 1733), [6MY]
Electric power: allow local government entities to serve

as nonprofit aggregators of electricity services (see
H.R. 2734), [5AU)

ensure that rates charged by certain small power
producers and cogenerators do not exceed the incre-
mental cost to the purchasing utility of alternative
electric energy at the time of delivery (see H.R.
971), [3MR]

-promote energy independence and self-suffi-
ciency through net metering by certain small electric
energy generation systems (see H.R. 2947), [24SE]

-provide a transition to market-based rates for
power sold by the TVA and Federal Power Market-
ing Administration (see H.R. 1486), [20AP]

-provide that no electric utility shall be required
to enter into a new contract or obligation to purchase
or to sell electricity or capacity (see H.R. 1138),
[16MR]

-restrict the use of tax-exempt financing by gov-
ernmentally owned electric utilities and subject cer-
tain activities of such utilities to income tax (see

H.R. 1253), [24MR]
Energy and water development: making appropriations
(see H.R. 2605), [26JY]

-making appropriations (H.R. 2605), consider-
ation (see H. Res. 261), [26JY]
Energy Policy Act: cleanup of uranium and thorium

mill sites (see H.R. 2641), [29JY]
Energy Policy and Conservation Act: extend certain

programs (see H.R. 2884), [21SE] (see H.R. 2978,

2981), [30SE]
EPA: authorizing appropriations for the Office of Air
and Radiation (see H.R. 1743), [10MY]

-waive oxygen content requirement for certain
reformulated gasoline (see H.R. 3449), [18NO]
Federal Oil and Gas Royalty Management Act:

strengthen sanctions for certain violations relative

to oil or gas royalties (see H.R. 1269), [24MR]
Federal Power Act: amend relative to electric reliability

and oversight (see H.R. 2602), [22JY]
FERC: ensure protection of certain Federal power cus-
tomers (see H.R. 2887), [21SE]

extension of deadline for Mt. Hope Waterpower
Project (see H.R. 459), [2FE]

-hydroelectric projects licensing reform (see H.R.
2335), [24JN)
Florida: restrictions and requirements on leasing of the

Outer Continental Shelf (see H.R. 33), [6JA]
Fuels: establish a cooperative program to evaluate the

feasibility of using only fuel blended with ethanol
to power municipal vehicles (see H.R. 3464),

[18NO]
Hazardous substances: reduce emissions of mercury,

carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and sulfur dioxide
from fossil fuel-fired electric utility generating units

(see H.R. 2980), (30SE]
International Atomic Energy Agency: withhold vol-

untary proportional assistance relative to the develop-
ment and completion of the Bushehr nuclear power

plant in Iran (see H.R. 1477), [20AP]
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]
Motor vehicles: include air pollution information on

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

1976), [27MY]
Native Americans: permit leasing of oil and gas rights

on certain Navajo lands in which there is consent

POWER RESOURCES

on

from a specified percentage of interest in such lands

extension of the credit for producing electricity onstration, and Commercial Application Activities:
(see H.R. 3181), (280C]

from certain renewable resources to include poultry Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 289) (H. Rept.
-settlement of claims of the Spokane Tribe of manure (see H.R. 1457), [15AP]

106–317), [14SE]
Indians of the Spokane Reservation concerning con-

extension of the credit for producing electricity Consideration of H.R. 2605, Energy and Water Devel-
tributions to production of hydropower by the Grand from wind (see H.R. 750), [11FE]

opment Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House)
Coulee Dam (see H.R. 2664), [30JY]

-incentives to encourage domestic production of (H. Res. 261) (H. Rept. 106–264), [26JY]
Natural gas: promote research and development of oil and gas (see H.R. 1971), [26MY]

Dept. of Energy Appropriations for Civilian Research,
methane hydrate resources (see H.R. 1753), (11MY]

-incentives to encourage domestic production of

Development, Demonstration, and Commercial Ap-
-provide relief to businesses relative to interest

oil and gas and respond to surging foreign oil im plication Activities: Committee on Science (House)
and penalties on refunds retroactively ordered by
ports (see H.R. 1116), [16MR]

(H.R. 1655) (H. Rept. 106–243), [20JY]
FERC (see H.R. 1117), [16MR]

investment credit for conversion of coal and

Energy and Water Development Appropriations: Com-
NRC: authorizing appropriations (see H.R. 2531),

domestic carbonaceous feedstocks into liquid fuels

mittee of Conference (H.R. 2605) (H. Rept. 106–
[15JY]
(see H.R. 162), [7JA]

336), [27SE)
-require applicants for, or holders of, operating
-provide a tax credit for marginal oil and natural

Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
licenses for nuclear power reactors to have emer-
gas well production (see H.R. 53), [6JA]

2605) (H. Rept. 106-253), [26JY]
gency response plans for surrounding areas (see H.R.

-provide credits for constructing energy efficient

Energy Policy and Conservation Act Programs Exten-
1072), [11MR]
homes or improving existing homes (see H.R. 1358),

sion: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R. 2884)
Nuclear energy: Portsmouth, OH, and Paducah, KY,

[25MR]

(H. Rept. 106-359), [10C)
gaseous diffusion plants funding (see H.R. 3151),

FERC Extension of Deadline for Mt. Hope Waterpower

-provide incentives to reduce energy consump-
[260C)
tion (see H.R. 2380), [29JN]

Project: Committee on Commerce (House) (H.R.
-provide for the liquidation or reliquidation of

459) (H. Rept. 106-119), [28AP]
certain customs entries of nuclear fuel assemblies

-provide tax incentives for the purchase of elec-

Gas Hydrate Research and Development Act: Commit-

tric vehicles and the development of alternative fuels
(see H.R. 511), [2FE]
Nuclear Waste Policy Act: amend (see H.R. 45), [6JA]

(see H.R. 2252), [17JN]

tee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1753) (H. Rept.

106-377), [180C)
Pentwater River: FERC licensing requirements for ex-

-repeal motor fuel excise taxes which remain

Methane Hydrate Research and Development Act:
isting facilities (see H.R. 1262), [24MR]
in the general fund of the Treasury on railroads

Committee on Science (House) (H.R. 1753) (H.
Petroleum: authorize oilheat industry research and con-

and inland waterway transportation (see H.R. 1001),

Rept. 106–377), [130C]
sumer education programs (see H.R. 380), [19JA)

[4MR]

NRC Appropriations: Committee Commerce
Public lands: improve the administration of oil and

-repeal the motor fuel excise taxes on intercity

(House) (H.R. 2531) (H. Rept. 106-415), [260C]
gas leases on Federal lands (see H.R. 1985), [27MY]

buses (see H.R. 2423), [1JY]

Nuclear Waste Policy Act Amendments: Committee
Public utilities: encourage States to establish competi-

treatment of crude oil and petroleum products

on Commerce (House) (H.R. 45) (H. Rept. 106–
tive retail markets for electricity, clarify Federal and importation (see H.R. 1204), [18MR]

155), [20MY]
State roles in retail electricity markets, and remove

-treatment of ethanol fuel (see H.R. 446), [2FE] Oil and Gas Drilling Prohibition on Mosquito Creek
certain Federal barriers to competition (see H.R.

-treatment of foreign pipeline transportation in Lake in Cortland, OH: Committee on Resources
1587), [27AP]
come (see H.R. 1127), [16MR]

(House) (H.R. 2818) (H. Rept. 106-468), [15NO]
establish programs for electric energy conserva-

-treatment of losses attributable to operating min PRATT, STEVE
tion and efficiency, renewable energy, and universal eral interests of oil and gas producers (see H.R. Bills and resolutions
and affordable service (see H.R. 2569), [20JY]

423), (19JA)

Serbia: undertake efforts to secure the release of CARE
-provide consumers with a reliable source of

-treatment of natural gas gathering lines (see (relief organization) workers being held prisoner (see
electricity and choice of electric providers (see H.R. H.R. 674), [10FE) (see H.R. 1991), [27MY]

H. Con. Res. 144), [29JN]
2050), [8JN)

-treatment of oil and gas produced from recov PRAYERS
-provide for competition in electric power indus ered inactive wells (see H.R. 497), [2FE]

Bills and resolutions
try (see H.R. 667), [10FE) (see H.R. 1828), [17MY]

-treatment of petroleum storage facilities (see Constitutional amendments: voluntary school prayer
(see H.R. 2944), [24SE]
H.R. 2429), [1JY]

(see H.J. Res. 7), [7JA] (see H.J. Res. 52), [6MY]
-provide for expansion of electricity transmission

treatment of tax-exempt bond financing of cer Freedom of religion: constitutional amendment on pro-
networks to encourage competition and less regula tain electrical output facilities (see H.R. 721), [11FE] tection (see H.J. Res. 66), [15SE]
tion in the electric power industry (see H.R. 2786),

-treatment of U.S. utilities' foreign investments Morality and ethics: importance and constitutionality
[SAU]

relative to foreign tax credits and deductible interest of prayers and invocations at public school sporting
-provide for the restructuring of the electric allocation rules (see H.R. 1416), [14AP]

events (see H. Con. Res. 199), [190C]
power industry (see H.R. 2645), [29JY]

-use revenues from excise taxes imposed on fuel National objectives: recommend Nation's leaders to call
-revision of the regulatory policies governing used in trains for the elimination of railway-highway

or days of prayer to promote public healing and
public utility holding companies (see H.R. 2363),
crossing hazards (see H.R. 2060), [8JN]

reconciliation and to unite in seeking God (see H.
(25JN)
Treaties and agreements: conditions for the U.S. be-

Con. Res. 94), [4MY]
Research: authorize research to promote the conversion

coming a signatory to any international agreement PRECIOUS METALS
of biomass into biobased industrial products (see

relative to Kyoto Protocol (see H.R. 2221), [15JN] Bills and resolutions
H.R. 2819), [8SE] (see H.R. 2827), [9SE]
TVA: authorize repurchase of certain bonds (see H.R.

IMF: requirements before sale of gold (see H.R. 2453),
Strategic Petroleum Reserve: acceptance of royalty-in-

140), 7JA]

[1JY]
kind oil from the Gulf of Mexico by the Minerals
Wayne National Forest: continuance of oil and gas

Presidential Advisory Commission on Holocaust Assets
Management Service (see H.R. 498), [2FE]
operations (see H.R. 213), [7JA]

in the U.S.: extend period by which final report
-require additional purchases by the Dept. of En-
Conference reports

is due and authorize additional funding (see H.R.
ergy (see H.R. 490), [2FE]
Taxation: allow credit for residential solar energy prop-

2401), [30JN)
Energy and Water Development Appropriations (H.R.
2605), [27SE)

PRESCOTT, JOHN H.
erty (see H.R. 1465), [15AP]
Messages

Bills and resolutions
-allow vendor refunds of Federal excise taxes
Agreement for Cooperation Between the U.S. and Aus-

John H. Prescott Marine Mammal Rescue Assistance
on kerosene used in unvented heaters for home heat-

Grant Program: establish (see H.R. 1934), [25MY]
ing purposes (see H.R. 924), [2MR] (see H.R. 1383),

tralia on Technology for the Separation of Isotopes

Reports filed

of Uranium by Laser Excitation: President Clinton,
[13AP]

Marine Mammal Rescue Assistance Act: Committee
[3NO]
-application of the credit for electricity produced

on Resources (House) (H.R. 1934) (H. Rept. 106–
from renewable resources to electricity produced
Cooperation Agreement With Romania on Peaceful

242), [20JY]
from biomass facilities (see H.R. 1731), [6MY]

Uses of Nuclear Energy: President Clinton, [9FE]
change basis for determination of refinery limi-
Naval Petroleum Reserves Production Act: President

PRESCRIPTION DRUG FAIRNESS FOR SENIORS

ACT
Clinton, [120C]
tation on oil depletion deduction (see H.R. 870),

Bills and resolutions
[25FE]
NRC Report: President Clinton, [23JN), [180C]

Enact (H.R. 664): consideration (see H. Res. 371),
-deduction for decommissioning costs of nuclear
Veto of H.R. 2606, Foreign Operations, Export Financ-

[9NO]
powerplants (see H.R. 2038), [8JNI

ing, and Related Programs Appropriations: President PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES (BILL CLIN-
eliminate certain unfair provisions (see H.R.
Clinton, [180C)

TON)
2414), (1JY]
Motions

Appointments
encourage production and use of electric vehi Energy and water development: making appropriations

Committee To Escort the President, [19JA)
cles (see H.R. 1108), [15MR]

(H.R. 2605), (13SE]

Committee To Notify the President That a Congres-
exclude certain amounts received by power util Federal aid programs: establish an emergency loan sional Quorum Has Assembled, [6JA]
ities from gross income as contributions to capital guarantee program for oil and gas producers (H.R. President's Export Council, [24MR]
(see H.R. 2464), (1JY]

1664), (4AU)

Bills and resolutions
extension of the credit for producing electricity Reports filed

Armed Forces: support for troops carrying out NATO
from certain renewable resources to include landfill Consideration of H.R. 1655, Dept. of Energy Appro military operations against Serbia (see H. Con. Res.
gas (see H.R. 3466), (18NO]

priations for Civilian Research, Development, Dem 72), (see H. Res. 130, 132), [24MR)

PRESIDENTIAL AND EXECUTIVE OFFICE FINANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY ACT

Asian Americans: racial stereotyping relative to espio-

nage and campaign fundraising investigations (see

H. Con. Res. 124), [27MY]
Bowman County (U.S.S.): authorize Presidential con-

sent to the third party transfer to the USS LST

Ship Memorial, Inc. (see H.R. 146), [7JA]
Budget: provide discretionary spending offsets (see

H.R. 3085), (140C)
Censure (see H.J. Res. 12), [7JA]
Congress: joint session for the State of the Union Mes-
sage (see H. Con. Res. 1), [6JA]

-notify the President that a quorum has assem-
bled (see H. Res. 3), [6JA)
Crime: address issues of neighborhood crime preven-

tion, community policing and reduction of school

crime (see H. Res. 270), [30JY]
Elections: conduct study of issues relative to online

and Internet technologies in the voting process (see

H.R. 3232), [5NO]
Foreign trade: abstain from renegotiating international

agreements governing antidumping and countervail-

ing measures (see H. Res. 298), [22SE]
Government: nullify effect of an Executive Order rel-

ative to the implementation of certain human rights
treaties (see H.R. 62), [7JA] (see H.R. 663), [10FE)

-nullify various Executive orders relative to the
assassination of foreign military or terrorist leaders
(see H.R. 1403), [14AP]

-prohibit the use of funds to administer or en-
force the provisions of an Executive Order relative
to the implementation of certain human rights trea-
ties (see H.R. 63), [7JA] (see H.R. 662), [10FE)

-status of Executive Orders that infringe on the
powers and duties of Congress or are not specifically
funded (see H. Con. Res. 26), [9FE] (see H. Con.

Res. 30), [10FE)
House of Representatives: appoint committee to notify

the President of adjournment (see H. Res. 395),
[18NO]

-appointment and authorization of managers for
impeachment trial (see H. Res. 10), [6JA]

-notify President of election of the Speaker and
Clerk (see H. Res. 4), [6JA]
Hurricanes: transmittal to Congress of the Presidential

recommendations for emergency response actions for
relief of the victims of Hurricane Floyd (see H.

Res. 349), [1NO]
India: support elections and encourage visit by Presi-

dent Clinton (see H. Con. Res. 210, 211), [270C]
Indianapolis (U.S.S.): award a Presidential Unit Cita-

tion to final crew (see H.J. Res. 48), [28AP]
Iron and steel industry: respond to the surge of steel

imports resulting from the financial crises in Asia,

Russia, and other regions (see H.R. 412), [19JA]
Italian Americans: prepare report detailing injustices

suffered during World War II and require the Presi-
dent to formally acknowledge such injustices (see

H.R. 2442), (1JY]
Kosovo: authorize use of all necessary force and other

means to accomplish U.S. and NATO objectives (see
H.J. Res. 51), [5MY]

end NATO air strikes and engage the U.N. to
resolve conflict (see H. Res. 196), [27MY]

-tribute to U.S. and NATO troops for carrying
out military operations against Serbia (see H. Con.
Res. 130), [10JN] (see H. Con. Res. 145), [29JN]

-use all diplomatic means to negotiate a peaceful
settlement without the introduction of U.S. ground

forces (see H. Con. Res. 96), [5MY]
Mexico: disapprove foreign aid certification of drug

enforcement efforts (see H.J. Res. 35), [2MR] (see

H.J. Res. 43), [24MR]
Middle East: oppose unilateral declaration of a Pal-

estinian State (see H. Con. Res. 24), [4FE]
National objectives: renew commitment to the fun-

damental principles which guided the Founding Fa-

thers (see H. Con. Res. 215), [280C]
Pakistan: prohibit waiver of certain sanctions until the

President certifies that Pakistan has a democratically

elected government (see H.R. 3330), [10NO]
Pollard, Jonathan J.: advocate serving of full sentence

of life imprisonment and oppose pardon, reprieve,
or any other executive clemency (see H. Con. Res.
16, 18), [19JA)

Puerto Rico: conditional clemency for prisoners con-

victed of crimes connected to activities of Puerto
Rican nationalist group (see H. Con. Res. 180),
[8SE]

-conditional clemency for prisoners convicted of
crimes connected to activities of Puerto Rican na-
tionalist group (H. Con. Res. 180), consideration (see

H. Res. 281), [8SE]
Serbia: authorize the President to conduct military air

operations and missile strikes (S. Con. Res. 21),
consideration (see H. Res. 151), [27AP)

-direct the President to withdraw U.S. Armed
Forces pursuant to the War Powers Resolution (see
H. Con. Res. 82), [12AP]

-direct the President to withdraw U.S. Armed
Forces pursuant to the War Powers Resolution (H.
Con. Res. 82), consideration (see H. Res. 151),
[27AP]

express regret and apologize for accidental
bombing of Chinese Embassy by NATO forces (see

H. Con. Res. 106), [12MY]
Turkey: urge the President to condition discussions

about foreign military finances on resolution of occu-

pation of Cyprus (see H. Res. 361), [4NO]
UNESCO: renew U.S. membership (see H.R. 2566),

[20JY]
Messages
Agreement for Cooperation Between the U.S. and Aus-

tralia on Technology for the Separation of Isotopes

of Uranium by Laser Excitation, [3NO]
Agreement for Cooperation Concerning Civil Uses of

Atomic Energy Between U.S. and Canada, [24JN]
Amended Protocol on Prohibitions or Restrictions on

the Use of Mines, Booby-Traps and Other Devices,

[24MY]
Armed Forces Operations in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Funding Request, [12MY]
Bosnia and Herzegovina Peace Efforts, [8FE]
Budget of the U.S. Government for Fiscal Year 2000,

[2FE]
Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Act, [120C]
CCC Report, [15JN)
Central American and Haitian Parity Act, [5AU)
Chemical Weapons Convention Implementation Act,

[29JN
Coastal Zone Management Act Implementation, [25FE]
Cooperative Agreement With Romania on Peaceful

Uses of Nuclear Energy, [9FE]
Corp. for Public Broadcasting Report, [18MR]
Council of Economic Advisers Report, [8FE]
Cyberspace Electronic Security Act, [21SE]
District of Columbia Budget Request, [12JY]
District of Columbia Courts’ Budget Request, [8FE]
Duty Free Treatment of Gabon, Mongolia, and Mauri-

tania Under the Generalized System of Preferences,

[30JN]
Educational Excellence for All Children Act, [24MY]
Emigration Laws and Policies of Albania, [2FE),

[19JY]
Exchange Stabilization Fund Financing for Brazil,

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

the People's Republic of China, [11MY]
Federal Agency Climate Change Programs and Activi-

ties, [20AP]
Federal Labor Relations Authority Report, [2MR],

[16NO]
NASA Report, [18NO]
National Drug Control Strategy, [9FE]
National Emergency Caused by Lapse of the Export

Administration Act, [24JN]
National Emergency Relative to Angola, [21SE],

[27SE)
National Emergency Relative to Burma, [18MY],

[26MY]
National Emergency Relative to Cuba, [25FE]
National Emergency Relative to Iran, [10MR], [16MR),

[26MY], [23SE], [9NO], [16NOJ
National Emergency Relative to Iraq, [21JY]
National Emergency Relative to Libya, [19JY]
National Emergency Relative to Narcotics Traffickers

in Colombia, [3MY], [190C], [200C], [2NO]
National Emergency Relative to Sudan, [3MY], [1NO],

[9NO]

National Emergency Relative to Terrorist Disruption

of the Middle East Peace Process, [30JY]
National Emergency Relative to Weapons of Mass De-

struction, [13JY], [10NO]
National Emergency Relative to Yugoslavia, [3MY],

[27MY]
National Endowment for Democracy Report, [18MR]
National Endowment for the Arts, [9MR]
National Institute of Building Sciences Report, [13MY]
National Money Laundering Strategy, [23SE]
National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act, High-

way Safety Act, and Motor Vehicle Information and

Cost Savings Act, [26JY]
Naval Petroleum Reserves Production Act, [120C]
NRC Report, [23JN), [180C]
Ordering Selected Reserve and Certain Individual

Ready Reserve Members of the Armed Forces to

Active Duty, [27AP]
Progress Toward Achieving a Sustainable Peace Proc-

ess in Bosnia and Herzegovina, [26JY]
Railroad Retirement Board Report, [16NO]
State of Small Business, [6MY]
Strengthen Social Security and Medicare Act, [260C]
Telecommunications Services Payments to Cuba,

[6MY], [130C]
Trade Policy Agenda and Trade Agreements Program,

[9MR]
U.S. Emergency Refugee and Migration Assistance

Fund Deferral of Budget Authority, [2AU)
U.S. Government Activities in the U.N., [13SE]
Veto of H.R. 2488, Taxpayer Refund and Relief Act,

[23SE]
Veto of H.R. 2587, District of Columbia Appropria-

tions, [28SE]
Veto of H.R. 2606, Foreign Operations, Export Financ-

ing, and Related Programs Appropriations, [180C)
Veto of H.R. 2670, Depts. of Commerce, Justice, and

State, the Judiciary, and Related Agency Appropria-

tions, [260C]
Veto of H.R. 3064, District of Columbia Appropria-

tions, [3NO]
Western Hemisphere Drug Alliance, [23FE)
Motions
Foreign trade: abstain from renegotiating international

agreements governing antidumping and countervail-

ing measures, [4NO]
Reports filed
Consideration of H. Con. Res. 82, Direct the President

To Withdraw U.S. Armed Forces From Serbia Pursu-
ant to the War Powers Resolution: Committee on
Rules (House) (H. Res. 151) (H. Rept. 106–118),

[27AP]
Consideration of H. Con. Res. 180, Conditional Clem-

ency by President Clinton for Prisoners Convicted
of Crimes Connected to Activities of Puerto Rican
Nationalist Group: Committee on Rules (House) (H.

Res. 281) (H. Rept. 106-309), [8SE]
Consideration of S. Con. Res. 21, Presidential Author-

ity To Conduct Military Air Operations and Missile
Strikes Against Serbia: Committee on Rules (House)

(H. Res. 151) (H. Rept. 106-118), [27AP]
Direct the President To Withdraw U.S. Armed Forces

From Serbia Pursuant to the War Powers Resolution:
Committee on International Relations (House) (H.

Con. Res. 82) (H. Rept. 106-116), [27AP]
PRESIDENTIAL ADVISORY COMMISSION ON

HOLOCAUST ASSETS IN THE U.S.
Appointments

Members, [6JA]
Bills and resolutions
World War II: extend period by which final report

is due and authorize additional funding (see H.R.

2401), (30JN)
PRESIDENTIAL AND EXECUTIVE OFFICE FI-

NANCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY ACT
Bills and resolutions

Enact (see H.R. 437), [2FE]

Enact (H.R. 437): consideration (see H. Res. 44), [9FE]
Reports filed
Consideration of H.R. 437, Provisions: Committee on

Rules (House) (H. Res. 44) (H. Rept. 106-15),

[9FE]
Provisions: Committee on Government Reform (House)

(H.R. 437) (H. Rept. 106–7), [8FE]

PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENTS

PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENTS
Bills and resolutions
Executive Office of the President: appointment of Chief
Financial Officer (see H.R. 437), [2FE]

-appointment of Chief Financial Officer (H.R.
437), consideration (see H. Res. 44), [9FE]
Federal employees: reduce number of political ap-

pointees (see H.R. 680), [10FE)
Forest Service: require the appointment of the Chief

of the Forest Service by the President (see H.R.

3040), [70C]
Government: appointment of the Inspector General of

certain Federal agencies by the President (see H.R.

2013), [8JN]
Kimmel, Husband E.: advance on the retired list of

the Navy to the highest grade held as Commander
in Chief, U.S. Fleet, during World War II (see H.R.

3050), [70C]
Presidential Transition Act: provide training of individ-

uals a President-elect intends to nominate as depart-
ment heads or appoint to key executive positions

(see H.R. 3137), [250C]
Short, Walter C.: advance on the retired list of the

Army to the highest grade held as Commanding
General, Hawaiian Department, during World War

II (see H.R. 3050), [70C]
Reports filed
Consideration of H.R. 437, Presidential and Executive

Office Financial Accountability Act: Committee on
Rules (House) (H. Res. 44) (H. Rept. 106–f15),

[9FE]
Presidential and Executive Office Financial Account-

ability Act: Committee on Government Reform

(House) (H.R. 437) (H. Rept. 106–7), [8FE]
Presidential Transition Act: Committee on Government

Reform (House) (H.R. 3137) (H. Rept. 106-432),

[1NO]
PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE COMMISSION
Bills and resolutions
Elections: establish on an ongoing basis and require

nominees for President and Vice President to partici-
pate in debates to receive Federal funding for party

conventions (see H.R. 178), [7JA]
PRESIDENTIAL THREAT PROTECTION ACT
Bills and resolutions

Enact (see H.R. 3048), [70C]
PRESIDENTIAL TRANSITION ACT
Bills and resolutions
Presidential appointments: provide training of individ-

uals a President-elect intends to nominate as depart-
ment heads or appoint to key executive positions

(see H.R. 3137), (250C]
Reports filed
Provisions: Committee on Government Reform (House)

(H.R. 3137) (H. Rept. 106-432), [1NO]
PRESIDENT'S ADVISORY COUNCIL ON REC-

REATIONAL CAMPS
Bills and resolutions

Establish (see H.R. 266), [7JA]
PRESIDENTS' DAY
Bills and resolutions
Special days and holidays: specify that the legal public

holiday known as Washington's Birthday be called

by that name (see H.R. 1363), [12AP]
PRESIDENT'S EXPORT COUNCIL
Appointments

Members, [24MR]
PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES
Appointments
Reading of George Washington's farewell address,

[11FE)
Bills and resolutions
Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission: establish

(see H.R. 1451), [15AP]
Appropriations: constitutional amendment on line-item

veto (see H.J. Res. 9), [7JA] (see H.J. Res. 20),

[19JA) (see H.J. Res. 30), (23FE]
Archivist of the U.S.: transfer certain Federal land in

Michigan to the Gerald R. Ford Foundation (see

H.R. 3450), [18NO]
Capitol Building and Grounds: permit use of rotunda

for a ceremony to present the Congressional Gold

Medal to Gerald R. and Betty Ford (see H. Con. candidates if all candidates who are eligible for Fed-
Res. 196), [120C]

eral matching payments are invited (see H.R. 2461),
Constitutional amendments: direct popular election (see [1JY]
H.J. Res. 23), [4FE]

-prohibit candidates from accepting unsecured
-repeal amendment to limit terms (see H.J. Res. loans from depository institutions regulated under
17), [7JA] (see H.J. Res. 24), [8FE] (see H.J. Res. Federal law (see H.R. 400), [19JA]
38), [11MR]

-prohibit use of soft money in Federal elections
Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity Act: repeal (see H.R. 399), (19JA)
Presidential authority relative to suspension of cer-

-provide interregional primary elections and cau-
tain effective dates (see H.R. 181), [7JA]

cuses for selection of delegates to a national Presi-
Eisenhower, Dwight D.: acknowledge and commemo dential nominating convention (see H.R. 3277),

rate service as General of the Army and President [9NO]
(see H. Con. Res. 198), (140C]

Presidential appointments: require the appointment of
Elections: establish uniform poll closing time for Presi-

the Chief of the Forest Service by the President
dential elections (see H.R. 668), [10FE]

(see H.R. 3040), [70C]
Foreign countries: require GAO report on effectiveness

Presidential Debate Commission: establish on an ongo-
of economic sanctions and prohibit imposition of

ing basis and require nominees for President and
unilateral sanctions on exports of food, agricultural

Vice President to participate in debates to receive
products, medicines, or medical supplies and equip-

Federal funding for party conventions (see H.R.

178), [7JA)
ment (see H.R. 212), [7JA]
-require the President to report on the effective-

Presidential orders: permit congressional review (see

H.R. 3131), (210C]
ness of the imposition of unilateral economic sanc-
tions by the U.S. (see H.R. 3406), [16NO]

Presidential Transition Act: provide training of individ-
Foreign policy: require President adhere to consistent

uals a President-elect intends to nominate as depart-
policy when introducing Armed Forces into hostile

ment heads or appoint to key executive positions
situations (see H. Con. Res. 164), [27JY]

(see H.R. 3137), [250C]

Secret Service: clarify authority relative to former
Foreign trade: authorize a trade agreement with North-

Presidents and families, events of national signifi-
ern Ireland and certain border counties in Ireland

cance, threat assessment, subpoena issuance, and for-
(see H.R. 1166), [17MR]

feiture of computers and other counterfeiting devices
-require development of objective criteria to

(see H.R. 3048), [70C]
achieve market access in foreign countries and pro-

Special days and holidays: specify that the legal public
vide the President with reciprocal trade authority

holiday known as Washington's Birthday be called
(see H.R. 2612), [26JY]

by that name (see H.R. 1363), [12AP]
-require the President to report to Congress on

War Powers Resolution: amend (see H.J. Res. 42),
any selective embargo on agricultural commodities

[24MR]
(see H.R. 17), [6JA]

-repeal (see H.R. 2937), [23SE]
Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site: transfer Reports filed

administrative jurisdiction over certain lands to the Presidential Transition Act: Committee on Government
Archivist of the U.S. for construction of a visitor Reform (House) (H.R. 3137) (H. Rept. 106-432),
center (see H.R. 1104), [11MR]

[1NO]
Fundraising: require disclosure of funding sources and Selective Agricultural Embargoes Act: Committee on

amounts relative to creation of a Presidential archival Agriculture (House) (H.R. 17) (H. Rept. 106-154),
depository (see H.R. 3239), [5NO]

[20MY]
Government: appointment of the Inspector General of

-Committee on International Relations (House)
certain Federal agencies by the President (see H.R. (H.R. 17) (H. Rept. 106-154), [14JN]
2013), [8JN]

Transfer Administrative Jurisdiction Over Certain
-nullify effect of an Executive Order relative Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site Lands
to the implementation of certain human rights trea to the Archivist of the U.S. for Construction of a
ties (see H.R. 62), [7JA] (see H.R. 663), [10FE]

Visitor Center: Committee on Resources (House)
-nullify various Executive orders relative to the (H.R. 1104) (H. Rept. 106–141), [13MY]
assassination of foreign military or terrorist leaders PRICE, DAVID E. (a Representative from North Caro-
(see H.R. 1403), (14AP]

lina)
-prohibit the use of funds to administer or en Appointments
force the provisions of an Executive Order relative

Conferee: H.R. 2684, Depts. of Veterans Affairs and
to the implementation of certain human rights trea-

HUD, and sundry independent agencies appropria-

tions, [40C]
ties (see H.R. 63), [7JA] (see H.R. 662), [10FE]
-require comparable treatment of Federal em-

Bills and resolutions introduced
ployees, Members of Congress and the President dur-

Political campaigns: require disclosure of funding
ing a Government shutdown (see H.R. 877), [25FE]

sources for certain candidate advocacy advertising

(see H.R. 227), [7JA)
-require Congress and the President to fulfill
their constitutional duty to take personal responsibil-

PRICES see ECONOMY
ity for Federal laws (see H.R. 2301), [22JN]

PRIDE OF MANY (vessel)
-separation of powers between Congress and the Bills and resolutions

Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 949), [2MR]
President (see H.R. 2655), [30JY]

PRINTING
-status of Executive Orders that infringe on the

Bills and resolutions
powers and duties of Congress or are not specifically

Committee on Printing (Joint): election of members
funded (see H. Con. Res. 26), [9FE] (see H. Con.

(see H. Res. 78), [23FE] (see H. Res. 87), [2MR]
Res. 30), [10FE)
House Rules: require a two-thirds majority on legisla-

Congress: waive enrollment requirements for certain

appropriations legislation (see H.J. Res. 76), [8NO]
tion implementing future trade agreements pursuant

-waive enrollment requirements for certain ap-
to fast-track procedures (see H. Res. 96), [3MR]

propriations legislation (H.J. Res. 76), consideration
Indianapolis (U.S.S.): award a Presidential Unit Cita-

(see H. Res. 365), [8NO]
tion to final crew (see H.J. Res. 48), [28AP]

Government: authorize printing of “How Our Laws
Lincoln, Abraham: authorize funds for the establish-

Are Made”, “Our American Government”, and the
ment of an interpretive center on his life and con-

pocket version and document-sized annotated version
tributions (see H.R. 3084), (140C)

of the U.S. Constitution (see H. Con. Res. 221),
National objectives: renew commitment to the fun-

[9NO]
damental principles which guided the Founding Fa House Rules: treatment of expenses of special-order
thers (see H. Con. Res. 215), [280C]

speeches (see H. Res. 47), [9FE]
Pensions: limit the duration of certain benefits extended Tariff: printing cartridges (see H.R. 2234), [15JN)
to former Presidents (see H.R. 96), [7JA]

Reports filed
Political campaigns: permit businesses and labor orga Consideration of H.J. Res. 76, Waive Enrollment Re-

nizations to stage public debates between Presidential quirements for Certain Appropriations Legislation:

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