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PUBLIC BUILDINGS

Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 365) (H. Rept.

106–461), [8NO]
PRISONER TRANSFER ACT
Bills and resolutions

Enact (see H.R. 2080), [8JN]
PRISONERS OF WAR
Bills and resolutions
Committee on Missing Persons in Southeast Asia

(House, Select): authorize and direct the Archivist
of the U.S. to make certain records public (see H.

Res. 172), [13MY]
Committee on POW and MIA Affairs (House, Select):

establish (see H. Res. 16), [7JA]
Families and domestic relations: authorize payment of

compensation to surviving spouses of certain former
prisoners relative to service-connected disabilities

(see H.R. 784), [23FE)
Immigration: provide refugee status to foreign nationals

who assist in the return of POW/MIA (see H.R.

1926), [25MY]
Jackson, Jesse L., Sr.: tribute to efforts to secure re-

lease of captured U.S. servicemen held in Serbia

(see H. Res. 156), [3MY]
Serbia: release of captured U.S. 'servicemen and adher-

ence to Geneva Convention protocols relative to

POW and civilians (see H. Con. Res. 83), [12AP]
World War II: recognition of American civilian POW

(see H. Res. 51), [10FE)
PRISONS see CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTIONS
PRIVACY ACT
Reports filed
Citizen's Guide on Using the Freedom of Information

Act and the Privacy Act To Request Government
Records: Committee on Government Reform (House)

(H. Rept. 106–50), [11MR]
PRIVATE ENTERPRISE see FREE ENTERPRISE
PRIVATE PROPERTY RIGHTS IMPLEMENTA-

TION ACT
Bills and resolutions

Enact (see H.R. 2372), [29JN]
PRIZES see AWARDS, MEDALS, PRIZES
PRODUCT SAFETY
Bills and resolutions
Consumer Product Safety Act: coverage of low-speed

electric bicycles (see H.R. 2592), [22JY]
Courts: allow persons who bring a product liability

action for injuries sustained from a product not in
compliance with CPSC standards to recover triple
damages (see H.R. 3459), [18NO]

-product liability reform (see H.R. 1577), [27AP]
CPSC: improve handling of defective products (see

H.R. 3208), (3NO]
Firearms: standards for certain foreign and domesti-

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

(see H.R. 2009), [8JN]
Small business: protect from litigation excesses and

limit product liability of non-manufacturer product

sellers (see H.R. 2366), [25JN)
PROFESSIONAL BOXING SAFETY ACT
Bills and resolutions
Sports: make judges scores public after each round

(see H.R. 1240), [23MR]
PROFESSIONAL GOLFERS' ASSOCIATION OF

AMERICA
Bills and resolutions
Stewart, Payne: express condolences on his death and

express sympathy for his family and the families
of those who died with him (see H. Res. 344),

[270C]
PROTECT AMERICA'S TREASURES OF THE

REVOLUTION FOR INDEPENDENCE FOR

OUR TOMORROW (PATRIOT) ACT
Bills and resolutions
Enact (H.R. 659): consideration (see H. Res. 210),

[15JN)
Reports filed
Consideration of H.R. 659, Provisions: Committee on

Rules (House) (H. Res. 210) (H. Rept. 106–187),

[15JN)
Provisions: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R.

659) (H. Rept. 106-139), [13MY]
PRYCE, DEBORAH (a Representative from Ohio)
Appointments
Conferee: H.R. 2490, Dept. of the Treasury, Postal

Service, Executive Office of the President, and inde-
pendent agencies appropriations, [21JY]

Bills and resolutions introduced

Consideration of H.R. 2300, Academic Achievement
Children and youth: State funding to assist the transi for All Act (Straight A's Act): Committee on Rules

tion of children from foster care to independent (House) (H. Res. 338) (H. Rept. 106-408), [200C]
adults (H.R. 1802), consideration (see H. Res. 221), Consideration of H.R. 2389, County Schools Funding
[24JN]

Revitalization Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H.
Correctional institutions: prevent Federal prisoners from Res. 352) (H. Rept. 106-437), [2NO]

engaging in activities to increase their strength or Consideration of H.R. 2488, Financial Freedom Act:
fighting abilities (see H.R. 3129), [210C)

Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 256) (H. Rept.
Courts: improve procedures for Federal civil forfeitures

106-246), [20JY]
(H.R. 1658), consideration (see H. Res. 216), [22JN] Consideration of H.R. 2684, Depts. of Veterans Affairs
Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and sundry inde-

and HUD, and Sundry Independent Agencies Appro-
pendent agencies: making appropriations (H.R.

priations: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 275)
2684), consideration (see H. Res. 275), [4AU]

(H. Rept. 106–292), [4AU]
-making appropriations (H.R. 2684), consider-

Consideration of H.R. 3073, Fathers Count Act: Com-
ation of conference report (see H. Res. 328), [130C)

mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 367) (H. Rept.
Education: assist local educational agencies in enabling

106-463), (8NO]
students to meet academic achievement standards

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
(H.R. 2300), consideration (see H. Res. 338), [200C]

see PUBLIC

WELFARE PROGRAMS
empower teachers, improve student achievement
through professional development for teachers, and

PUBLIC BROADCASTING related term(s) NEWS
reauthorize the Reading Excellence Act (H.R. 1995),

MEDIA
consideration (see H. Res. 253), (19JY]

Bills and resolutions
spending of a greater percentage of Federal tax

Corp. for Public Broadcasting: authorizing appropria-
dollars on children's classrooms (H.R. 2), consider-

tions (see H.R. 2384), [29JN]
ation (see H. Res. 336), [190C]

-prohibit public broadcasting stations from mak-
Education Flexibility Partnership Demonstration Act: ing available any lists of their financial donors (see
allow State participation in activities (H.R. 800),

H.R. 2791), (5AU)
consideration (see H. Res. 100), [9MR]

Education: improve and expand access to educational
-allow State participation in activities (H.R. 800), television programming (see H.R. 2965), [28SE]
consideration of conference report (see H. Res. 143), FCC: develop guidelines for advertisers to prohibit dis-
[20AP]

crimination against minority formatted broadcast sta-
Families and domestic relations: child abuse and ne tions (see H.R. 1948), [26MY]
glect prevention (see H.R. 764), [12FE] (see H.R.

-preserve low-power television stations that pro-
3458), [18NO]

vide community broadcasting (see H.R. 486), [2FE]
-child abuse and neglect prevention (H.R. 764), Messages
consideration (see H. Res. 321), [40C]

Corp. for Public Broadcasting Report: President Clin-
-recognize and enhance public awareness of the ton, [18MR]
social problem of child abuse and neglect (see H. Reports filed
Con. Res. 93), [27AP]

Community Broadcasters Protection Act: Committee on
Public lands: restore stability to payments made to Commerce (House) (H.R. 486) (H. Rept. 106–384),

States and counties containing certain Federal lands [140C]
used for the benefit of public schools and roads PUBLIC BUILDINGS

(H.R. 2389), consideration (see H. Res. 352), [2NO] Bills and resolutions
Social Security: grants for projects designed to promote Aaron E. Henry Federal Building and U.S. Post Office,
responsible fatherhood (H.R. 3073), consideration

Clarksdale, MS: designate (see H.R. 1279), [24MR]
(see H. Res. 367), [8NO]

Adrian A. Spears Judicial Training Center, San Anto-
Taxation: dependent care tax credit (see H.R. 963),

nio, TX: designate (see H.R. 1959), [26MY]
[3MR]

Andrew T. McNamara Building, Fort Belvoir, VA: des-
-reduce individual income tax rates, provide mar-

ignate (see H.R. 3228), [4NO]
riage penalty and estate and gift tax relief, reduce

Augustus F. Hawkins Post Office Building, Los Ange-
taxes on savings and investments, and establish in-

les, CA: designate (see H.R. 643), [9FE]
centives for education and health care (H.R. 2488),

Baltimore, MD: designate certain Postal Service facili-
consideration (see H. Res. 256), [20JY]

ties (see H.R. 3238), (5NO]
-treatment of damages and back pay received

C.B. King U.S. Courthouse, Albany, GA: designate
on account of, and expenses incurred in asserting

(see H.R. 2699), [4AU)
any claim of employment discrimination (see H.R.

Capitol Building and Grounds: permit temporary con-
1997), [27MY]

struction and other work on the Grounds that may
Reports filed
Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 800, Edu-

be necessary for certain building construction (see

H. Con. Res. 167), [29JY]
cation Flexibility Partnership Act: Committee on

Captain Colin P. Kelly, Jr. Post Office, Madison, FL:
Rules (House) (H. Res. 143) (H. Rept. 106–102),

designate (see H.R. 1666), [4MY]
[20AP]
Consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 2684,

Chicago, IL: designate certain Postal Service facilities

(see H.R. 1191), [18MR]
Depts. of Veterans Affairs and HUD, and Sundry

Clifford R. Hope Post Office, Garden City, KS: des-
Independent Agencies Appropriations: Committee on

ignate (see H.R. 197), [7JA]
Rules (House) (H. Res. 328) (H. Rept. 106–380),
[130C)

Congress: require the posting of the Ten Command-
Consideration of H.R. 2, Student Results Act: Commit-

ments in the House and Senate Chambers (see H.

Con. Res. 150), [1JY]
tee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 336) (H. Rept. 106-
402), [190C)

Davis-Bacon Act: waive requirements relative to con-
Consideration of H.R. 764, Child Abuse Prevention

tracts for school and library construction and repair
and Enforcement Act: Committee on Rules (House)

(see H.R. 2396), [30JN)
(H. Res. 321) (H. Rept. 106-363), [40C)

Dept. of State: placement of plaque at diplomatic en-
Consideration of H.R. 800, Education Flexibility Part-

trance (see H.R. 1894), [20MY]
nership Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.

District of Columbia: redevelopment of Southeast Fed-
100) (H. Rept. 106-46), [9MR]

eral Center (see H.R. 3069), (130C]
Consideration of H.R. 1658, Civil Asset Forfeiture Re Donald J. Mitchell Dept. of Veterans Affairs Outpatient
form Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.

Clinic, Rome, NY: designate (see H.R. 1982),
216) (H. Rept. 106-193), [22JN]

[27MY]
Consideration of H.R. 1802, Foster Care Independence Donald J. Pease Federal Building, Medina, OH: des-

Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 221) ignate (see H.R. 1405), (14AP]
(H. Rept. 106-199), [24JNI

Dwight D. Eisenhower Executive Office Building,
Consideration of H.R. 1995, Teacher Empowerment Washington, DC: designate (see H.R. 3108), [190C)

Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 253) E. Ross Adair Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse,
(H. Rept. 106–240), (19JY)

Fort Wayne, IN: designate (see H.R. 2412), (30JN]

PUBLIC BUILDINGS

Education: establish State infrastructure banks for edu-
cation (see H.R. 1648), [29AP)

-provide grants to improve the infrastructure of
elementary and secondary schools (see H.R. 1820),

[14MY] (see H.R. 3071), [130C]
Edward N. Cahn Federal Building and U.S. Court-

house, Allentown, PA: designate (see H.R. 751),

[11FE]
Fair Housing Act: exception from enforcement of an

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

building code (see H.R. 2437), [1JY]
Federal Water Pollution Control Act: ensure compli-

ance by Federal facilities (see H.R. 2449), [1JY]
Floyd H. Flake Federal Building, Queens, NY: des-

ignate (see H.R. 3323), [10NO]
Frank J. Battisti and Nathaniel R. Jones Federal Build-

ing and U.S. Courthouse, Youngstown, OH: des-

ignate (see H.R. 1359), [25MR]
Frank M. Johnson Federal Building, Washington, DC:

designate (see H.R. 3031), [60C]
Garza-Vela U.S. Courthouse, Brownsville, TX: des-

ignate (see H.R. 686), [10FE)
GSA: Federal Protective Service reform (see H.R. 809),

[23FE]
Health: placement of automatic external defibrillators

to assist individuals who experience cardiac arrest
and protections from civil liability relative to emer-

gency use of the devices (see H.R. 2498), [13JY]
Hector G. Godinez Post Office Building, Santa Ana,

CA: designate (see H.R. 2539), (15JY]
Hiram H. Ward Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse,

Winston-Salem, NC: designate (see H.R. 92), [7JA]
House Rules: prohibit consideration of legislation that

designates or redesignates any building, highway, or
other structure in honor of a serving Member of

Congress (see H. Res. 343), [270C]
Hurff A. Saunders Federal Building, Juneau, AK: des-

ignate (see H.R. 972), (3MR]
Ioannis A. Lougaris Dept. of Veterans Affairs Medical

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

956), [3MR]
J.J. “Jake” Pickle Federal Building, Austin, TX: des-

ignate (see H.R. 118), [7JA)
James F. Battin Federal Courthouse, Billings, MT: des-

ignate (see H.R. 158), [7JA)
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]
Judge J. Smith Henley Federal Building, Harrison, AR:

designate (see H.R. 1605), [28AP]
Keith D. Oglesby Station, Greenville, SC: designate

(see H.R. 2952), [27SE]
Kika de la Garza U.S. Border Station, Pharr, TX: des-

ignate (see H.R. 1901), [20MY]
Lance Corporal Harold Gomez Post Office, East Chi-

cago, IN: designate (see H.R. 2358), [24JN]
Layford R. Johnson Post Office, Eastover, SC: des-

ignate (see H.R. 3016), (50C)
Lewis R. Morgan Federal Building and U.S. Court-

house, Newman, GA: designate (see H.R. 1121),

[16MR]
Lloyd D. George U.S. Courthouse, Las Vegas, NV:

designate (see H.R. 1481), [20AP]
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]
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, Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse, New York, NY:
OR: designate (see H.R. 1327), [25MR]

designate (see H.R. 130), [7JA]
Merrill S. Parks, Jr., Federal Building, New Haven, William H. Avery Post Office, Wakefield, KS: des-
CT: designate (see H.R. 1571), [27AP]

ignate (see H.R. 2591), [22JY]
Mervyn Malcolm Dymally Post Office Building, Women: ensure a woman's right to breastfeed her child
Compton, CA: designate (see H.R. 642), [9FE)

on Federal property under certain conditions (see
Morality and ethics: importance and constitutionality H.R. 1848), [18MY]

of prayers and invocations at public school sporting Reports filed
events (see H. Con. Res. 199), [190C]

Edward N. Cahn Federal Building and U.S. Court-
Noal Cushing Bateman Post Office Building, Sandy, house, Allentown, PA: Committee on Transportation
UT: designate (see H.R. 1251), [24MR]

and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 751) (H. Rept. 106–
Pamela B. Gwin Hall, Charlottesville, VA: designate 57), [16MR]
(see H.R. 1729), [6MY]

Garza-Vela U.S. Courthouse, Brownsville, TX: Com-
Pat King Post Office Building, Long Branch, NJ: des mittee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House)
ignate (see H.R. 3488), [18NO]

(H.R. 686) (H. Rept. 106–109), [27AP]
Paul Laxalt Federal Building and U.S. Post Office, Hiram H. Ward Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse,

Carson City, NV: designate (see H.R. 917), [2MR] Winston-Salem, NC: Committee on Transportation
Philadelphia, PA: designate certain Postal Service

and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 92) (H. Rept. 106–
buildings (see H.R. 100), [7JA]

20), [23FE)
Postal Service: exempt veterans' organizations from

Hurff A. Saunders Federal Building, Juneau, AK: Com-
regulations prohibiting solicitation of contributions

mittee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House)
on postal property (see H.R. 711), [11FE]

(S. 453) (H. Rept. 106-113), [27AP]
-guidelines for renovation, relocation, closing, or

J.J. “Jake” Pickle Federal Building, Austin, TX: Com-
consolidation of post offices (see H.R. 670), [10FE]

mittee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House)
Public works: State and local capital projects funding

(H.R. 118) (H. Rept. 106–110), [27AP]
(see H.R. 2777), [5AU]

James F. Battin Federal Courthouse, Billings, MT:
Richard C. White Federal Building, El Paso, TX: des-

Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
ignate (see H.R. 233), [7JA]

(House) (H.R. 158) (H. Rept. 106-21), [23FE]
Richard E. Fields Post Office, Charleston, SC: des-

Jose V. Toledo U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, San
ignate (see H.R. 3017), (50C]

Juan, PR: Committee on Transportation and Infra-
Robert F. Kennedy Dept. of Justice Building, Washing-

structure (House) (H.R. 560) (H. Rept. 106-108),
ton, DC: designate (see H.R. 2286), [18JN]

[27AP]
Ronald H. Brown Federal Building, New York, NY:

Lewis R. Morgan Federal Building and U.S. Court-
designate (see H.R. 938), [2MR]

house, Newnan, GA: Committee on Transportation
Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building, Oakland, CA:

and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 1121) (H. Rept.
designate (see H.R. 396), [19JA]

106-111), [27AP]
Samuel J. Roberts Federal Building and U.S. Court-

Richard C. White Federal Building, El Paso, TX: Com-
house, Erie, PA: designate (see H.R. 3068), [130C]
Schools: establish a partnership to rebuild and modern-

mittee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House)

(H.R. 233) (H. Rept. 106–22), [23FE]
ize school facilities (see H.R. 2955), [27SE]
Stuttgart National Aquaculture Research Center, Stutt-

Robert K. Rodibaugh U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse,
gart, AR: redesignate as the Harry K. Dupree Stutt-

South Bend, IN: Committee on Transportation and

Infrastructure (House) (S. 460) (H. Rept. 106-114),
gart National Aquaculture Research Center (see H.R.

[27AP]
2972), [29SE]
Susie A. Davis Post Office, Nathalie, VA: designate

Ronald V. Dellums Federal Building, Oakland, CA:

Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
(see H.R. 3042), [70C]
Taxation: clarify certain existing limitations on private

(House) (H.R. 396) (H. Rept. 106–23), [23FE]
business use of facilities financed with tax-exempt

Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse, New York, NY:
bonds (see H.R. 2398), [30JN]

Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
expand incentives for construction and renova-

(House) (H.R. 130) (H. Rept. 106-56), [16MR]
tion of public schools and provide incentives for

PUBLIC DEBT related term(s) BUDGET—U.S.
corporations to participate in cooperative agreements

Bills and resolutions
with public schools in distressed areas (see H.R.

Budget: allow projected on-budget surplus to be used
1660), [4MY]

for tax cuts (see H.R. 1016), [4MR]
expand incentives for construction and renova-

constitutional amendment to require balanced
tion of public schools and provide incentives for

(see H.J. Res. 19), [7JA]
corporations to participate in cooperative agreements

constitutional amendment to require balanced
with public schools in distressed areas (H.R. 1660),

budget and greater accountability in the enactment
consideration (see H. Res. 240), [1JY]

of tax legislation (see H.J. Res. 1), (6JA] (see H.J.
expand incentives for the construction and ren Res. 6), [7JA] (see H.J. Res. 53), [12MY]
ovation of public schools (see H.R. 340), [19JA]

deficit (see H. Con. Res. 160), [20JY]
(see H.R. 1760), [11MY] (see H.R. 2416), [1JY]

-improve and strengthen budget process (see
-issuance of tax-exempt private activity bonds

H.R. 853), [25FE]
to assist States in the construction and rehabilitation

-public disclosure on treatment of Social Security
of public schools (see H.R. 2514), [14JY]

trust funds (see H.R. 563), [3FE]
-provide a source of interest-free capital for

-reduce public debt (see H. Res. 40), [4FE]
school construction and renovation in States experi-

-reform process (see H.R. 2293), [22JN]
encing increased enrollment (see H.R. 996), [4MR]

-require a balanced Federal budget and repay-
Ted Weiss U.S. Courthouse, New York, NY: designate

ment of the national debt (see H.R. 1017), [4MR]
(see H.R. 2163), [10JN]

-require appropriate off-budget treatment for So-
Telecommunications: provide nondiscriminatory access

cial Security in official budget pronouncements (see
to Federal buildings by telecommunications carriers

H.R. 863), [25FE] (see H.R. 1157), (17MR]
to ensure competition (see H.R. 2891), [21SE]

-require that certain surplus amounts be used
Terre Haute, IN: GSA acquisition of building (see H.R. for paying down the national debt (see H. Res. 55),
2513), [14JY]

[11FE) (see H. Res. 302), [23SE] (see H. Res. 306),
Terry Sanford Federal Building, Raleigh, NC: designate [28SE]
(see H.R. 911), [2MR]

-require two-thirds vote for legislation changing
Thomas J. Brown Post Office Building, Hopkinton, discretionary spending limits or pay-as-you-go re-
MA: designate (see H.R. 2307), [22JN]

quirements if the budget for the current or imme-
Thomas S. Foley Federal Building and U.S. Court diately preceding year was not in surplus (see H.R.

House, Spokane, WA: designate (see H.R. 211), 343), [19JA)
[7JA]

-sequestration of all budgetary accounts except
-designate plaza at the south entrance as the Social Security, Federal retirement, and interest on
Walter F. Horan Plaza (see H.R. 211), [7JA]

the debt (see H.R. 451), [2FE]

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE ACT

Business and industry: reduce corporate welfare (see

H.R. 1470), [15AP]
Constitutional amendments: restrict annual deficits and

require popular vote of the people to exceed any

limits (see H.J. Res. 36), [4MR]
Debt reduction lockbox: establish (see H.R. 2796),

[SAU].
Federal agencies and departments: use of surplus ad-

ministrative funds for personnel pay bonuses and

deficit reduction (see H.R. 993), [4MR]
Foreign policy: provide incentives to corporations to

invest in developing countries, debt relief for devel-
oping countries, and a method for repayment of

money owed to the U.S. (see H.R. 3211), [3NO]
Government: establish lower statutory limits on public

debt for fiscal years 2000–2009 (see H.R. 948),

[2MR]
House of Representatives: require that excess amounts

from Members' official allowances be applied to
deficit reduction (see H.R. 431), [2FE] (see H.R.

2117), [9JN) (see H.R. 2171), [10JN]
House Rules: repeal relative to statutory limit on the

public debt (see H. Res. 20), [7JA] (see H. Res.
80), [23FE]

-require that concurrent resolutions on the budget
not carry an estimated deficit for the budget year

or for any outyear (see H. Res. 98), [4MR]
Members of Congress: deny salary adjustments relative

to budget deficit (see H.R. 2327), [23JN]
Social Security: budget treatment of trust funds (see

H.R. 685), [10FE] (see H.R. 1259), [24MR] (see
H.R. 1803), [13MY] (see H.R. 2039), [8JN] (see
H. Res. 18), [7JA)

-budget treatment of trust funds (H.R. 1259),
consideration (see H. Res. 186), [24MY]

-invest trust funds in marketable interest-bearing
securities and insured certificates of deposit, and pro-
tect trust funds from public debt limit (see H.R.
147), (see H.R. 160), (see H.R. 219), [7JA]

-reduce the public debt by the amount of net
surplus in trust fund each fiscal year (see H.R. 420),

[19JA] (see H.R. 3175), [280C]
Messages
Council of Economic Advisers Report: President Clin-

ton, [8FE]
Motions
Social Security: budget treatment of trust funds (H.R.

1259), [26MY]
Reports filed
Comprehensive Budget Process Reform Act: Commit-

tee on Appropriations (House) (H.R. 853) (H. Rept.
106–198), [24JN]

-Committee on Rules (House) (H.R. 853) (H.
Rept. 106–198), [5AU)

-Committee on the Budget (House) (H.R. 853)
(H. Rept. 106–198), [5AU]
Consideration of H.R. 1259, Social Security and Medi-

care Safe Deposit Box Act: Committee on Rules

(House) (H. Res. 186) (H. Rept. 106-160), [24MY]
PUBLIC DOCUMENTS
Bills and resolutions
Congress: make certain information available to the

public on the Internet (see H.R. 654), [9FE]
PUBLIC FORESTS EMERGENCY ACT
Bills and resolutions

Enact (see H.R. 1524), [22AP]
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE related term(s) CENTERS

FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION;

HEALTH; SURGEON GENERAL
Bills and resolutions
Agency for Health Care Policy and Research: revise
and extend (see H.R. 2506), [14JY]

-revise and extend (H.R. 2506), consideration
(see H. Res. 299), [22SE]
Animals: provide for a system of sanctuaries for chim-

panzees that are no longer needed in research con-
ducted by the Public Health Service (see H.R. 3514),

[22NO]
Children and youth: authorize grants for the prevention

of alcoholic beverage consumption by underage indi-

viduals (see H.R. 3430), [17NO]
Crime: ensure that older or disabled persons are pro-

tected from institutional, community, and domestic
violence, and sexual assault (see H.R. 2590), [22JY]

Diseases: efforts to prevent transmission of HIV (see
H.R. 2405), [30JN]

ovarian cancer research programs (see H.R.
961), [3MR]
-research
programs

for
lymphangioleiomyomatosis (see H.R. 2527), [15JY]
Families and domestic relations: grants to carry out

certain activities promoting adoption counseling (see
H.R. 2511), (14JY]

-permit family planning projects to offer adop-
tion services (see H.R. 2485), [12JY]
Health: establish a national program to conduct and

support activities to reduce cases of overweight indi-
viduals and obesity (see H.R. 3177), [280C]

-importance of education, early detection, and
treatment in the prevention of breast cancer (see
H. Res. 278), [5AU]

-minority health programs (see H.R. 3250),
[8NOJ

-permit individuals to continue health plan cov-
erage during participation in approved clinical stud-
ies (see H.R. 2769), [5AU]

-protection of enrollees in managed care plans
and HMO's (see H.R. 358), [19JA] (see H.R. 719),
[11FE] (see H.R. 1133), [16MR] (see H.R. 2723),
[5AU) (see H.R. 2824), [9SE]

-protection of enrollees in managed care plans
and HMO's (H.R. 358), consideration (see H. Res.
197), [27MY] (see H. Res. 310), [28SE]

-protection of enrollees in managed care plans
and HMO’s (H.R. 2723), consideration (see H. Res.
323), (50C]

-provide for a public response to the public
health crisis of pain (see H.R. 2188), [143N]

-research on cognitive disorders arising from
traumatic brain injuries (see H.R. 477), [2FE]
Insurance: provide equitable coverage of mental health,

substance abuse, and chemical dependency treatment
services under group and individual health coverage

(see H.R. 1515), [21AP]
Mental health: clarify application of certain mental

health parity provisions to annual and lifetime visit,

benefit, and dollar limits (see H.R. 2445), [1JY]
National Center for Social Work Research: establish

(see H.R. 3214), [3NO]
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Engineer-

ing: establish (see H.R. 1795), [13MY]
National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program: revise

filing deadline for certain claims (see H.R. 276),

[7JA] (see H.R. 1003), [4MR]
NIH: establish pediatric research initiative (see H.R.

2621), [27JY]
Nutrition: establish a national folic acid education pro-

gram to prevent birth defects (see H.R. 2538),

[15JY]
Public Health Service: provide certain children's health

services (see H.R. 3301), [10NO]
Surgeon General: importance of report on media and

violence (see H.J. Res. 47), [28AP]
Reports filed
Breast Cancer Prevention, Education, Early Detection,

and Treatment: Committee on Commerce (House)

(H. Res. 278) (H. Rept. 106-400), [190C]
Consideration of H.R. 2506, Health Research and Qual-

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

(H. Rept. 106–328), [22SE]
Consideration of H.R. 2723, Bipartisan Consensus

Managed Care Improvement Act: Committee on
Rules (House) (H. Res. 323) (H. Rept. 106-366),

[50C)
Health Research and Quality Act: Committee on Com-

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

[8SE]
PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE ACT
Appointments
Conferees: H.R. 2990, Quality Care for the Uninsured

Act, [3NO]
Bills and resolutions
Children and youth: provide certain health services (see

H.R. 3301), [10NO]
Diseases: expand research activities relative to lupus
(see H.R. 762), [12FE]

-provide for screenings, referrals, and education
relative to osteoporosis (see H.R. 2471), (12JY]

Federal employees: health benefits coverage for infertil-

ity treatment (see H.R. 2706), [4AU)
Health: apply group health plan portability require-

ments to students covered under college-sponsored
health plans (see H.R. 991), [4MR]

establish certain requirements for managed care
plans (see H.R. 3259), [8NO]

establish standards to improve children's health
quality in managed care plans and other health plans
(see H.R. 1661), [4MY]

extend COBRA continuation health coverage for
individuals 55 and older (see H.R. 2227), [15JN)

extend COBRA continuation health coverage for
surviving spouses (see H.R. 1335), [25MR]

-national policy to provide health care and re-
form insurance procedures (see H.R. 2990), [30SE)

-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]

-protect beneficiaries of group and individual
health plans, and Medicare+Choice plans in the use
of prescription drug formularies (see H.R. 3274),
[9NO]

-protection of enrollees in managed care plans
and preserve against preemption of certain State

causes of action (see H.R. 216), [7JA]
Health Professions Education Partnership Act: applica-

bility to the Health Education Assistance Program

(see H.R. 2148), [10JN]
Insurance: coverage of screening mammography (see
H.R. 524), [3FE] (see H.R. 1132), [16MR]

ensure coverage of emergency ambulance serv-
ices (see H.R. 1777), [12MY]

establish hospital lengths of stay based on a
determination by an appropriate physician in con-
sultation with the patient (see H.R. 989), [4MR]

-provide coverage for individuals participating in
approved cancer clinical trials (see H.R. 3110),
[1900]

-provide nondiscriminatory coverage of sub-
stance abuse treatment services under private group
and individual health coverage (see H.R. 1977),
[27MY]

-require coverage of hair prostheses for individ-
uals with scalp hair loss as a result of alopecia
areata (see H.R. 3328), [1ONO]

-require group and individual health insurance
plans to provide coverage of cancer screening (see
H.R. 1285), [25MR]

-require group health plans and health insurance
issuers to provide coverage for human leukocyte
antigen testing (see H.R. 2021), [8JN]

-require health insurance issuers to notify partici-
pants of impending termination of coverage due to
the failure of a group health plan to pay premiums
(see H.R. 845), [24FEJ

-require health plans to cover treatment of a
minor child's congenital or developmental deformity
or disorder due to trauma, infection, tumor, or dis-
ease (see H.R. 49), [6JA]

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

(see H.R. 1806), [13MY] (see H.R. 2041), [8JN]
National Eye Institute: funding (see H.R. 731), [11FE]
NIH: establish Office of Autoimmune Diseases (see
H.R. 2573), [20JY]

expansion, intensification, and coordination of
autism research activities (see H.R. 997), [4MR]

experimental program to stimulate competitive
research (see H.R. 3115), [200C]

-improve and expand clinical research programs
(see H.R. 1798), [13MY]
Organ donors: allow leave for individuals who give

living organ donations and address payment of travel
and subsistence expenses incurred by individuals do-

nating or receiving organs (see H.R. 1857), [18MY]
Women: collection and analysis of data on toxic shock

syndrome (see H.R. 889), [1MR]
Motions
Health: national policy to provide health care and re-

form insurance procedures (H.R. 2990), [60C],
[3NO]

PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE ACT

Reports filed
Consideration of H.R. 2990, Quality Care for the Unin-

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

323) (H. Rept. 106-366), [50C)
Organ Procurement and Transplantation Programs Re-

vision and Extension: Committee on Commerce

(House) (H.R. 2418) (H. Rept. 106-429), [1NO]
Senate Amendment to H.R. 2990, Quality Care for

the Uninsured Act: Committee on Rules (House)

(H. Res. 348) (H. Rept. 106-430), [1NO]
PUBLIC LANDS
Bills and resolutions
Agriculture: convey certain real property to schools

and nonprofit organizations involved in teaching
young people to be farmers (see H.R. 578), [4FE]

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

[190C]
Alabama A&M University: authorize grants (see H.R.

2951), [27SE)
Alaska: conveyance of certain lands to the Chugach
Alaska Corp. (see H.R. 2547), [16JY]

-conveyance of certain lands to the University
of Alaska (see H.R. 2958), [27SE)

designate certain lands as wilderness (see H.R.
1239), [23MR]

-management of fish and game resources relative
to rural subsistence preference (see H.R. 3183),

[280C]
Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act: allow share-

holder common stock to be transferred to adopted
Alaska Native children and their descendants (see
H.R. 2803), [5AU) (see H.R. 3013), (50C]

-restore certain lands to the Elim Native Corp.
(see H.R. 3090), (180C]
Arapaho National Forest: designate James Peak Wilder-

ness (see H.R. 2177), [10JN]
Archivist of the U.S.: transfer certain Federal land in

Michigan to the Gerald R. Ford Foundation (see

H.R. 3450), [18NO]
Arizona: conveyance of certain national forest lands

to the city of Sedona, AZ (see H.R. 1969), [26MY]
Big Horn County, WY: conveyance of certain lands

to John R. and Margaret Lowe (see H.R. 510), [2FE]
Biscayne National Park: boundary adjustment (see H.R.

3033), [60C)
BLM: establish certain requirements relative to the

transfer or disposal of public lands (see H.R. 153),

[7JA]
Bureau of Reclamation: convey Lower Yellowstone Ir-

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

conveyance of property to Greater Yuma Port
Authority for an international port of entry (see H.R.
3023), (50C]

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

H.R. 2984), [30SE]
California: designate Otay Mountain region as wilder-

ness (see H.R. 15), [6JA]
Carlsbad Irrigation District: convey certain real prop-

erty within the Carlsbad project in New Mexico (see

H.R. 1019), [4MR)
Carrizo Plain National Conservation Area: establish

(see H.R. 1751), [11MY]
Carson National Forest: land conveyance to Rio Arriba
County, NM (see H.R. 694), (10FE)

-land conveyance to San Juan College (see H.R.
695), (10FE)
Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area: im-

prove protection and management (see H.R. 2140),

[10JN]
Clear Creek County, CO: provide additional time to

dispose of certain lands transferred to the county

(see H.R. 2799), [5AU)
Colorado: designate certain lands as components of

the National Wilderness Preservation System (see
H.R. 829), [24FE)

-management as open space of certain lands at
Rocky Flats Environmental Technology Site (see

H.R. 2179), (10JN]
Congress: require approval before entering into certain

agreements or arrangements (see H.R. 1207),
[18MR)

Conservation of natural resources: increase Land and

Water Conservation Fund and Urban Parks and
Recreation Recovery Programs funding, resume State
grant funding, and develop conservation and recre-
ation facilities in urban areas (see H.R. 1118),

[16MR]
Courts: improve procedures for Federal civil forfeitures
(see H.R. 1658), [4MY]

-improve procedures for Federal civil forfeitures
(H.R. 1658), consideration (see H. Res. 216), [22JN]
Craig, AK: land conveyance (see H.R. 3182), [280C]
Dallas, TX: conveyance of Naval Weapons Industrial

Reserve Plant (see H.R. 1353), [25MR]
Dante B. Fascell North-South Center: designate (see

H.R. 432), [2FE]
Dept. of Agriculture: complete a land exchange with
Georgia Power Co. (see H.R. 1135), [16MR]

-provide for maintenance of concrete dams and
weirs located in the Emigrant Wilderness (see H.R.
359), [19JA]

-require report to Congress on seizure of private
property (see H.R. 294), [7JA)
Dept. of Defense: reform economic redevelopment

process and improve ability to contract for protective
services at installations being closed (see H.R. 172),
[7JA]

-restore to the original owners certain lands that
the Federal Government took for military purposes

in 1940 (see H.R. 1613), [28AP]
Dept. of Energy: convey the former site of the National

Institute of Petroleum Energy Research to
Bartlesville, OK (see H.R. 2844), [13SE]

Fretention and administration of certain Oil Shale
Reserves in Utah (see H.R. 2823), [9SE]
Dept. of the Interior: convey certain facilities to the

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

designate certain national parks, wild and scenic
rivers, and wilderness areas in Idaho, Montana, Or-
egon, Washington, and Wyoming (see H.R. 488),
[2FE]

dispose of all BLM administered public lands
that have been identified for disposal under the Fed-
eral land use planning process (see H.R. 2825),
[9SE]

-implement agreement conveying title for the
Clear Creek Distribution System to the Clear Creek
Community Services District (see H.R. 862), [25FE]

-make grants to promote voluntary protection of
certain lands in Marin and Sonoma Counties, CA
(see H.R. 2202), [15JN]

-participation in the America's Agricultural Her-
itage Partnership (see H.R. 1493), [20AP]

-provide a process for the public to appeal cer-
tain decisions made by the National Park Service
and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (see H.R.
1866), [19MY]

-reimbursement for certain damages relative to
BLM bonding regulations (see H.R. 1230), [23MR]

-release reversionary interests held by the U.S.
in certain parcels of land in Washington County,
UT (see H.R. 2862), (14SE]

-study on establishing a national historic trail
to commemorate the War of 1812 (see H.R. 791),
[23FE)

-study on establishing a national historic trail
to commemorate the War of 1812 (H.R. 791), con-
sideration (see H. Res. 232), [29JN)

-study the suitability and feasibility of designat-
ing the Carter G. Woodson Home in the District
of Columbia as a National Historic Site (see H.R.
3201), (2NO]

-transfer Palmetto Bend Project (see H.R. 2674),
[2AU]
Dept. of Veterans Affairs: convey certain real property
to Murfreesboro, TN (see H.R. 3094), [180C]

establish a national cemetery for veterans in
the Valley Forge National Historic Park (see H.R.

1961), [26MY]
Douglas County, OR: conveyance of certain BLM

lands (see H.R. 1725), [6MY]
Ecology and environment: 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]
Education: distribution of Impact Aid Program funds

to local educational agencies (see H. Con. Res. 136),
[17JN]

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

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

(H.R. 150), consideration (see H. Res. 189), [25MY]
El Camino Real de los Tejas: designate as a national

historic trail (see H.R. 2409), [30JN]
El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro: designate as a

national historic trail (see H.R. 2271), [17JN]
Elko County, NV: transfer certain Federal lands (see

H.R. 1231), [23MR]
Endangered species: provide for a scientific review of

the current conservation status of the northern spot-

ted owl (see H.R. 3089), [180C]
Endangered Species Act: keep cost of mitigation re-

quired for a public construction project from exceed-
ing a certain percentage of total project costs (see
H.R. 1763), [12MY]

-prohibit any requirement to mitigate impact of
past activities (see H.R. 2131), [10JN]

-reform Federal land management activities rel-
ative to conservation (see H.R. 495), [2FE]
Fallen Timbers Battlefield and Fort Miamis National

Historic Site: designate (see H.R. 868), [25FE]
Federal Oil and Gas Royalty Management Act:

strengthen sanctions for certain violations relative

to oil or gas royalties (see H.R. 1269), [24MR]
Federal Water Pollution Control Act: amend relative

to wetlands mitigation banking (see H.R. 1290),
[25MR]

ensure compliance by Federal facilities (see
H.R. 2449), [1JY]
Federal-State relations: restore stability to payments

made to States and counties containing certain Fed-
eral lands used for the benefit of public schools
and roads (see H.R. 2389), [30JN]

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

consideration (see H. Res. 352), [2NO]
Fire prevention: eliminate hazardous fuels buildup and

undertake other forest management projects to pro-
tect communities from wildfires (see H.R. 1522),

[22AP]
Food Security Act: authorize enrollment of land in

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

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

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

2779), [SAU]
Forest Service: eliminate fees associated with special

use permits that authorize a church to use structures
for religious or educational purposes (see H.R.
1727), (6MY]

-provide incentives to improve accounting and
financial reporting systems by temporarily capping

discretionary appropriations (see H.R. 2996), [10C]
Forests: ban clearcutting and logging on certain Federal

lands to strengthen protection of native biodiversity
(see H.R. 2512), [14JY]

eliminate commercial logging on public lands
and facilitate the economic recovery and diversifica-
tion of communities dependent on the Federal log-
ging program (see H.R. 1396), [13AP)

establish mandatory procedures to be followed
in advance of the permanent closure of any forest
road (see H.R. 1523), [22AP]

guarantee States and counties containing Federal
forest lands compensation for loss of property tax
revenues instead of timber sale revenues (see H.R.

2868), [15SE]
Fort Matanzas National Monument: revise boundary

(see H.R. 3200), (2NO]
Fort Presque Isle National Historic Site: establish (see

H.R. 1958), [26MY]

PUBLIC LANDS

Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site: transfer

administrative jurisdiction over certain lands to the
Archivist of the U.S. for construction of a visitor

center (see H.R. 1104), [11MR]
Gettysburg National Military Park: expand boundaries

to include Wills House (see H.R. 2435), [1JY]
Glacier Bay National Park: management of fishing ac-

tivities (see H.R. 947), [2MR]
Golden Gate National Recreation Area: modify bound-

aries (see H.R. 168), [7JA)
Government: establish procedures for assessing Federal

regulations relative to seizure of private property

(see H.R. 294), [7JA]
GSA: convey a parcel of land in the District of Colum-

bia for construction of the National Health Museum

(see H.R. 3171), [280C)
Gulf Islands National Seashore: adjust boundaries to

include Cat Island, MS (see H.R. 2541), [15JY]
Illinois: convey certain Federal land along the Lewis

and Clark National Historic Trail for a historic and

interpretive site (see H.R. 2737), [5AU]
Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore: clarify Dept. of

the Interior authority to accept donations of contig-

uous lands (see H.R. 2329), [23JN]
Jackson, WY: develop and maintain a multi-agency

campus project for tourism and natural resource fa-

cilities (see H.R. 2577), [21JY]
Kern County, CA: convey Forest Service property in

exchange for county lands suitable for inclusion in

Sequoia National Forest (see H.R. 1680), [4MY]
Lackawanna Heritage Valley American Heritage Area:

establish (see H.R. 940), [2MR]
Las Cienegas National Conservation Area: establish

(see H.R. 2941), [24SE]
Lincoln County, NV: acquire certain lands (see H.R.

2752), [5AU]
Los Angeles County, CA: prohibit mining on a certain

tract of Federal land (see H.R. 3060), [120C]
Management: acquisition of Valles Caldera lands in

New Mexico, establish a trust to manage such lands,
and reform the Federal land management process

(see H.R. 3288), [9NO)
Matewan, WV: disposition of excess land for flood

control project (see H.R. 966), [3MR]
Mesquite, NV: acquire certain lands (see H.R. 2751),

[5AU]
Mining and mineral resources: ensure receipt of a fair

return for the extraction of locatable minerals on
public domain lands (see H.R. 394), [19JA)

-increase the maximum acreage of Federal leases
for sodium that may be held by an entity in any
one State (see H.R. 3063), [130C]

-moratorium on new mining activities (see H.R.
2601), [22JY]
Minnesota: eligibility of lands enrolled in Reinvest in

Minnesota land conservation program for the Con-
servation Reserve Program when current contract ex-

pires (see H.R. 2703), (4AU)
Missouri-Nebraska Boundary Compact: congressional

consent (see H.J. Res. 54), [12MY]
Monuments and memorials: require public participation

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

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

(see H. Res. 296), [21SE]
National forests: return of fair and reasonable fees for

use and occupancy of land under the recreation resi-
dence program (see H.R. 3268), [9NO] (see H.R.

3327), [10NO]
National heritage areas: establish (see H.R. 2532),

(15JY]
National Law Enforcement Museum: establish (see

H.R. 2710), [4AU]
National parks and recreation areas: authorize entrance

fees to secure bonds for capital improvements (see

H.R. 1490), [20AP]
Native Americans: approve and ratify certain transfers

of land and natural resources by the Delaware Nation
of Indians (see H.R. 562), [3FE]

-authorize certain leases on trust lands for the
Torres Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians and the
Guidiville Band of Pomo Indians of the Guidiville
Indian Rancheria (see H.R. 1953), [26MY]

-permit leasing of oil and gas rights on certain
Navajo lands in which there consent from a speci-
fied percentage of interest in such lands (see H.R.
3181), [280C]

-repeal the Bennett Freeze to allow Navajo Na-
tion citizens to live in habitable dwellings and raise
their living conditions (see H.R. 151), [7JA]

-settle certain land claims of Bay Mills Indian
Community and Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa

Indians (see H.R. 3412), [16NO]
Natural resources: continue preparation of useful re-

ports and repeal laws terminating reporting require-
ments relative to public lands, Native Americans,
fisheries, wildlife, insular areas, and other related
matters (see H.R. 3002), [40C]

-recover fair market value for disposal of Federal
natural assets (see H.R. 2222), [15JN]
Nevada: conveyance of the Griffith Project to the

Southern Nevada Water Authority (see H.R. 1696),
[5MY]

disposal and acquisition of certain lands (see
H.R. 1506), [21AP]

disposal of certain Federal lands in Clark Coun-
ty, NV, and acquisition of certain environmentally
sensitive lands (see H.R. 1757), [11MY]

sale of certain land in the Ivanpah Valley to
the Clark County Dept. of Aviation (see H.R. 1695),

[5MY]
New Mexico: establish and protect archaeological sites

in the Galisteo Basin (see H.R. 1970), [26MY]
New York: maintenance and preservation of Governors

Island (see H.R. 1343), [25MR]
North Dakota: increase authorization for water supplies,

meet water quantity and quality needs, and enhance
natural resources and habitats (see H.R. 1137),

[16MR) (see H.R. 2918), [22SE]
Oil Region National Heritage Area: establish (see H.R.

3190), (INO)
Omnibus Parks and Public Lands Management Act:

technical corrections (see H.R. 149), [7JA]
Oregon: land exchange (see H.R. 2950), [24SE]
Pennsylvania: protect and conduct a study of Paoli

and Brandywine Battlefields and authorize the Valley
Forge Museum of the American Revolution (see
H.R. 659), [9FE]

-protect and conduct a study of Paoli and Bran-
dywine Battlefields and authorize the Valley Forge
Museum of the American Revolution (H.R. 659),

consideration (see H. Res. 210), [15JN]
Power resources: establish and implement competitive,

environmentally sound, and job creating oil and gas
leasing program for the Coastal Plain (see H.R.
2250), (16JN]

-improve the administration of oil and gas leases
on Federal lands (see H.R. 1985), [27MY]
Public lands: restore to the original owners certain

lands that the Federal Government took for military

purposes in 1940 (see H.R. 1613), [28AP]
Puerto Rico: transfer Federal control over Vieques Is-

land to the Puerto Rican Government for public pur-
poses (see H.R. 2890), [21SE]

use of Vieques Island for military operations
(see H. Con. Res. 212), [270C]
Quinebaug and Shetucket Rivers Valley National Herit-

age Corridor: expand boundaries (see H.R. 1619),

[29AP]
Real property: preserve Federal sovereignty of certain

public lands and preserve certain State and private
property rights (see H.R. 883), (IMR]

-preserve Federal sovereignty of certain public
lands and preserve certain State and private property
rights (H.R. 883), consideration (see H. Res. 180),

[19MY]
Red River Boundary Compact: congressional consent

(see H.J. Res. 72), [190C]
Rocky Mountain National Park: designate certain lands

as wilderness (see H.R. 2178), (10JN]
Saint-Gaudens Historic Site: modify boundary (see

H.R. 2839), [13SE]
Santa Cruz Island, CA: allow certain individuals use

and occupancy of certain property (see H.R. 1100),

[11MR)
Sequoia National Forest: increase recreational opportu-

nities and establish National Forest Preserve to pro-
tect Giant Sequoia ecosystem (see H.R. 2077), [8JN]

Shiloh National Military Park: establish Corinth Unit

(see H.R. 2249), (16JN]
Shivwits Plateau National Conservation Area: establish

(see H.R. 2795), [5AU)
South Dakota: conveyance of certain national forest

lands (see H.R. 2079), [8JN]
St. Simons Island, GA: preserve St. Simons Lighthouse

through GSA conveyance of lands to the Postal Serv-
ice and terminating Postal Service lease to property

adjacent to the lighthouse (see H.R. 3515), (22NO]
Stanislaus County, CA: conveyance of certain lands

(see H.R. 356), [19JA]
States: make certain Federal property is made available

to States before being other entities (see H.R. 738),

[11FE)
Talladega National Forest: designate certain lands as

the Dugger Mountain Wilderness (see H.R. 2632),

[29JY]
Telephones: promote and enhance use of 911 emer-
gency services (see H.R. 438), [2FE]

-promote and enhance use of 911 emergency
services (H.R. 438), consideration (see H. Res. 76),

[23FE)
Texas: use of alternative arrangements for windstorm-

damaged national forests and grasslands in Texas

(see H.R. 1524), [22AP]
Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo: establish Presidential

commission to determine validity of certain land
claims involving the descendants of persons who

were Mexican citizens (see H.R. 505), [2FE]
Utah: clarify the legal effect on the U.S. of the acquisi-

tion of a parcel of land in the Red Cliffs Desert
Reserve (see H.R. 2863), [14SE]

designate certain lands as wilderness (see H.R.
1732), [6MY] (see H.R. 3035), [70C]

-settlement of water rights claims of the Shivwits
Band of the Paiute Indian Tribe (see H.R. 3291),

[10NOJ
Volunteer workers: promote and recognize the role of

volunteers and partnership organizations in the stew-

ardship of Federal lands (see H.R. 3501), [18NO]
Wellton-Mohawk Irrigation and Drainage District: con-

vey certain works, facilities, and titles of the Gila

Project (see H.R. 841), [24FE]
West National Heritage Area: authorizing appropria-

tions for the Golden Spike/Crossroads (see H.R.

2932), [23SE]
Wetlands: permit use of certain agricultural lands (see

H.R. 1578), [27AP]
Wilderness areas: establish time limits for completion

of wilderness studies on Federal lands (see H.R.

1258), [24MR] (see H.R. 1500), [21 AP]
Wilderness Battlefield: acquisition of additional land

(see H.R. 1665), [4MY]
Women: ensure a woman's right to breastfeed her child

on Federal property under certain conditions (see

H.R. 1848), [18MY]
Wyoming: land exchange (see H.R. 3237), [5NOJ
Reports filed
American Land Sovereignty Protection Act: Committee

on Resources (House) (H.R. 883) (H. Rept. 106–

142), [13MY]
Approve and Ratify Certain Transfers of Land and

Natural Resources by the Delaware Nation of Indi-
ans: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 562)

(H. Rept. 106–207), [29JN]
Big Horn County, WY, Land Conveyance to John R.

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

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

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

106-226), [12JY]
Carlsbad Irrigation Project Acquired Land Conveyance

Act: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1019)

(H. Rept. 106–260), [26JY]
Carson National Forest Land Conveyance to Rio Arriba

County, NM: Committee on Resources (House) (S.

278) (H. Rept. 106-418), [270C]
Carson National Forest Land Conveyance to San Juan

College: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R 695)
(H. Rept. 106–256), [26JY]

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