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Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area Man- Otay Mountain Region of California Designation as

agement and Protection Improvements: Committee Wilderness: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R.
on Resources (House) (H.R. 2140) (H. Rept. 106– 15) (H. Rept. 106-65), [17MR]
369), [70C]

Protect America's Treasures of the Revolution for Inde-
Chugach Alaska Natives Settlement Implementation pendence for Our Tomorrow (PATRIOT) Act: Com-

Act: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 2547) mittee on Resources (House) (H.R. 659) (H. Rept.
(H. Rept. 106-451), [5NO]

106-139), [13MY]
Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act: Committee on the

Quinebaug and Shetucket Rivers Valley National Herit-
Judiciary (House) (H.R. 1658) (H. Rept. 106–192), age Corridor Boundary Expansion: Committee on
[18JN]

Resources (House) (H.R. 1619) (H. Rept. 106–306),
Clear Creek Distribution System Conveyance Act:

[8SE]
Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 862) (H. Resources Reports Restoration Act: Committee on Re-
Rept. 106-258), [26JY]

sources (House) (H.R. 3002) (H. Rept. 106–458),
Consideration of H.R. 150, Education Land Grant Act:

[8NO]
Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 189) (H. Rept.

Restore Certain Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
106-164), [25MY]

Lands to the Elim Native Corp.: Committee on Re-
Consideration of H.R. 438, Wireless Communications

sources (House) (H.R. 3090) (H. Rept. 106–452),
and Safety Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H.

[5NO]
Res. 76) (H. Rept. 106-27), [23FE]

Star-Spangled Banner National Historic Trail Study
Consideration of H.R. 659, Protect America's Treasures

Act: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 791)
of the Revolution for Independence for Our Tomor-

(H. Rept. 106-189), [17JN]
row (PATRIOT) Act: Committee on Rules (House)

Terry Peak Land Transfer Act: Committee on Re-
(H. Res. 210) (H. Rept. 106–187), [15JN]

sources (House) (H.R. 2079) (H. Rept. 106–261),
Consideration of H.R. 791, Star-Spangled Banner Na-

[26JY]
tional Historic Trail Study Act: Committee on Rules

Transfer Administrative Jurisdiction Over Certain
(House) (H. Res. 232) (H. Rept. 106–210), [29JN]
Consideration of H.R. 883, American Land Sovereignty

Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site Lands
Protection Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H.

to the Archivist of the U.S. for Construction of a

Visitor Center: Committee on Resources (House)
Res. 180) (H. Rept. 106-151), (19MY]
Consideration of H.R. 1487, National Monument NEPA

(H.R. 1104) (H. Rept. 106-141), (13MY]
Wellton-Mohawk Transfer Act: Committee on

Re-
Compliance Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H.
Res. 296) (H. Rept. 106-327), [21SE]

sources (House) (H. 841) (H. Rept. 106–257), [26JY]
Consideration of H.R. 1658, Civil Asset Forfeiture Re-

Wilderness Battlefield Land Acquisition: Committee on
form Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.

Resources (House) (H.R. 1665) (H. Rept. 106–362),
216) (H. Rept. 106-193), [22JN]

[40C]
Consideration of H.R. 2389, County Schools Funding

Wireless Communications and Safety Act: Committee
Revitalization Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H.

on Commerce (House) (H.R. 438) (H. Rept. 106–
Res. 352) (H. Rept. 106–437), [2NO]

25), [23FE
County Schools Funding Revitalization Act: Committee PUBLIC OPINION POLLS
on Agriculture (House) (H.R. 2389) (H. Rept. 106–

Bills and resolutions
392), [180C]

Political campaigns: require certain disclosures and re-
Dept. of Agriculture Land Conveyance to Sisters, OR, ports relative to polling by telephone or electronic

To Construct a Sewage Treatment Facility: Commit- device (see H.R. 223), [7JA]
tee on Resources (House) (S. 416) (H. Rept. 106– PUBLIC SAFETY see SAFETY
453), (5NO]

PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER MEDAL OF VALOR
Dugger Mountain Wilderness Act: Committee on Re- ACT

sources (House) (H.R. 2632) (H. Rept. 106_422), Reports filed
[280C)

Provisions: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R.
Education Land Grant Act: Committee on Resources

46) (H. Rept. 106-83), [12AP]
(House) (H.R. 150) (H. Rept. 106-132), [10MY]

PUBLIC SCHOOL MODERNIZATION ACT
Elko County, NV, Federal Land Transfer: Committee

Bills and resolutions
on Resources (House) (H.R. 1231) (H. Rept. 106–

Enact (see H.R. 1660), [4MY]
308), [8SE]

Enact (H.R. 1660): consideration (see H. Res. 240),
Emigrant Wilderness Preservation Act: Committee on

[1JY]
Resources (House) (H.R. 359) (H. Rept. 106–425),

PUBLIC UTILITIES
[INO]
Gulf Islands National Seashore Boundary Adjustments

Appointments

Conferees: H.R. 2605, energy and water development
Relative to Cat Island, MS: Committee on Resources
(House) (H.R. 2541) (H. Rept. 106-447), [4NO]

appropriations, [13SE]
Illinois Federal Land Conveyance Along the Lewis and

Bills and resolutions

Air pollution: reduce emissions from electric power-
Clark National Historic Trail for a Historic and Inter-

plants (see H.R. 2900), [21SE]
pretive Site: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R.
2737) (H. Rept. 106-427), (INO)

Arizona: conveyance of certain national forest lands
Ivanpah Valley Airport Public Lands Transfer Act:

to the city of Sedona, AZ (see H.R. 1969), [26MY]
Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1695) (H.

Bonneville Power Administration: allow sales of elec-
Rept. 106-471), [16NO]

tricity to joint operating entities (see H.R. 3447),
Lackawanna Valley Heritage Area Act: Committee on

[18NO]
Resources (House) (H.R. 940) (H. Rept. 106–285),

Dept. of Agriculture: complete a land exchange with
(3AU)

Georgia Power Co. (see H.R. 1135), [16MR]
Maximum Acreage Increase of Federal Leases for So-

Dept. of the Interior: implement agreement conveying
dium That May Be Held by an Entity in Any One

title for the Clear Creek Distribution System to the
State: Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 3063)

Clear Creek Community Services District (see H.R.
(H. Rept. 106-469), [15NO]

862), [25FE]
Missouri-Nebraska Boundary Compact Congressional Electric power: allow local government entities to serve
Consent: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.J.

as nonprofit aggregators of electricity services (see
Res. 54) (H. Rept. 106–303), [8SE]

H.R. 2734), [5AU]
Miwaleta Park Expansion Act: Committee on Re-

encourage States to establish competitive retail
sources (House) (H.R. 1725) (H. Rept. 106–446),

markets for electricity, clarify Federal and State roles
[4NO]

in retail electricity markets, and remove certain Fed-
National Monument NEPA Compliance Act: Commit- eral barriers to competition (see H.R. 1587), [27AP]
tee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1487) (H. Rept.

ensure that rates charged by certain small power
106–252), [22JY]

producers and cogenerators do not exceed the incre-
Omnibus Parks and Public Lands Management Act mental cost to the purchasing utility of alternative

Technical Corrections: Committee on Resources electric energy at the time of delivery (see H.R.
(House) (H.R. 149) (H. Rept. 106-17), (12FE]

971), [3MR]

-provide consumers with a reliable source of
electricity and choice of electric providers (see H.R.
2050), [8JN]

-provide for competition in industry (see H.R.
667), [10FE] (see H.R. 1828), [17MY] (see H.R.
2944), [24SE]

-provide for expansion of electricity transmission
networks to encourage competition and less regula-
tion in the electric power industry (see H.R. 2786),
[SAU]

-provide for the restructuring of the electric
power industry (see H.R. 2645), [29JY]

-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]
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]
Fund for Environmental Priorities: establish and fund

with a portion of consumer savings resulting from

retail electricity choice (see H.R. 341), [19JA)
Government regulations: revision of the regulatory poli-

cies governing public utility holding companies (see

H.R. 2363), [25JN]
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]

-require powerplants, industrial plants, and incin-
erators to reduce mercury emissions (see H.R. 2667),

[2AU]
Montana: authorize construction of the Fort Peck Res-

ervation Rural County Water Supply System (see
H.R. 1124), [16MR]

-transfer maintenance and operation of the Flat-
head Irrigation Project to local control (see H.R.

1158), [17MR]
Nevada: conveyance of the Griffith Project to the

Southern Nevada Water Authority (see H.R. 1696),

[5MY]
NRC: require applicants for, or holders of, operating

licenses for nuclear power reactors to have emer-
gency response plans for surrounding areas (see H.R.

1072), [11MR)
Nuclear Waste Policy Act: amend (see H.R. 45), (6JA]
Power resources: establish programs for electric energy

conservation and efficiency, renewable energy, and
universal and affordable service (see H.R. 2569),
[20JY]

-provide a transition to market-based rates for
power sold by the TVA and Federal Power Market-

ing Administration (see H.R. 1486), [20AP]
Safe Drinking Water Act: civil actions against public

water systems in compliance with safe drinking
water standards (see H.R. 1674), [4MY]

-provide for parity in civil actions against private
and public entities relative to ownership or operation

of public water systems (see H.R. 1492), [20AP]
Taxation: deduction for decommissioning costs of nu-
clear powerplants (see H.R. 2038), (8JN]

exclude certain amounts received by power util-
ities from gross income as contributions to capital
(see H.R. 2464), [1JY]

-modify private activity bond rule to deter hostile
takeovers of water utilities (see H.R. 3309), [10NO]

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

allocation rules (see H.R. 1416), [14AP]
TVA: authorize repurchase of certain bonds (see H.R.
140), [7JA)

ensure that financial instability does not place
the U.S. Treasury at risk (see H.R. 3130), [210C]
Vallejo, CA: authorize certain uses of water from the

Solano Project (see H.R. 1235), (23MR]

PUBLIC WELFARE PROGRAMS

Water: allow public water systems to avoid filtration
requirements (see H.R. 124), [7JA]

-biological monitoring and whole effluent tox-
icity testing relative to publicly owned treatment

works (see H.R. 155), [7JA]
Conference reports
Energy and Water Development Appropriations (H.R.

2605), [27SE)
Messages

NRC Report: President Clinton, [23JN], [180C]
Veto of H.R. 2606, Foreign Operations, Export Financ-

ing, and Related Programs Appropriations: President

Clinton, [180C]
Motions
Energy and water development: making appropriations

(H.R. 2605), [13SE]
Reports filed
Clear Creek Distribution System Conveyance Act:

Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 862) (H.

Rept. 106-258), (26JY]
Consideration of H.R. 2605, Energy and Water Devel-

opment Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House)

(H. Res. 261) (H. Rept. 106–264), [26JY]
Energy and Water Development Appropriations: Com-

mittee of Conference (H.R. 2605) (H. Rept. 106–
336), [27SE]

-Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
2605) (H. Rept. 106-253), [26JY]
Nuclear Waste Policy Act Amendments: Committee

on Commerce (House) (H.R. 45) (H. Rept. 106-

155), [20MY]
Vallejo, CA, Solano Project Water Uses Authorization:

Committee on Resources (House) (H.R. 1235) (H.

Rept. 106-426), [1NOJ
PUBLIC UTILITY HOLDING COMPANY ACT
Bills and resolutions
Public utilities: revision of the regulatory policies gov-

erning public utility holding companies (see H.R.

2363), (25JN)
PUBLIC UTILITY REGULATORY POLICIES ACT
Bills and resolutions
Electric power: ensure that rates charged by certain

small power producers and cogenerators do not ex-
ceed the incremental cost to the purchasing utility
of alternative electric energy at the time of delivery
(see H.R. 971), [3MR]

-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]
PUBLIC WELFARE PROGRAMS related term(s)

FEDERAL AID PROGRAMS; FOOD STAMPS; SOCIAL

SECURITY
Appointments
Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance,

[2NO]
Bills and resolutions
Charities: reform tax treatment of certain anti-poverty

contributions and distributions from individual retire-
ment accounts, and prohibit religious discrimination
in the allocation of Government assistance funds (see

H.R. 1607), [28AP]
Children and youth: assist the transition of children

from foster care to independent adults and expand
the work opportunity tax credit to certain foster care
children (see H.R. 671), [10FE]

-improve health of children (see H.R. 1085),
[11MR]

-increase the availability, affordability, and qual-
ity of child care (see H.R. 1430), (15AP] (see H.R.
2943), [24SE]

-require lead poisoning screening for enrollees
in certain Federal programs (see H.R. 1996), [27MY]

-State funding to assist the transition of children
from foster care to independent adults (see H.R.
1802), [13MY] (see H.R. 3443), [18NO]

-State funding to assist the transition of children
from foster care to independent adults (H.R. 1802),

consideration (see H. Res. 221), [24JN]
Computers: funding for States to correct year 2000

problem in computers that administer State and local
government programs (see H.R. 909), [2MR] (see
H.R. 1022), [4MR]

Dept. of Education: corrections in poverty data relative

to cost-of-living statistics (see H.R. 1902), [20MY]
Dept. of HHS: provide bonus grants to high perform-

ance States based on certain criteria and collect data
to evaluate the outcome of welfare reform (see H.R.

3150), [260C)
Domestic policy: establish a living wage, develop job

opportunities, convert military programs to social
programs, produce a capital budget, reduce poverty
and violence, and redistribute wealth and power (see

H.R. 1050), [10MR]
Employment: amend the Welfare-to-Work program and

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

-make progress toward completion of high
school or college a permissible work activity (see
H.R. 1362), [25MR]

-reauthorize Welfare-To-Work program to pro-
vide additional resources and flexibility (see H.R.

1482), [20AP]
Families and domestic relations: establish grant pro-

grams and provide Federal assistance to pregnant
women, children, and adoptive families (see H.R.
2540), [15JY]

-improve the availability of child care and devel-
opment services outside normal school hours (see
H.R. 489), [2FE]

-improve the availability of child care for chil-
dren of parents working nontraditional hours or shifts
(see H.R. 2694), [3AU]

-increase availability, affordability, and quality
of child care and enhance early childhood develop-
ment (see H.R. 1139), [16MR]

-reduction of teenage pregnancy rates through
evaluation of prevention programs (see H.R. 1636),

[29AP]
Federal aid programs: guarantee State loans, provide

grants to finance transportation services for recipi-
ents, and establish preferences for Federal contractors
that hire recipients (see H.R. 781), [23FE]

-prohibit States from imposing restrictions on ad-
ditional children relative to the temporary assistance
to needy families program (see H.R. 2690), [3AU]

-provide housing assistance to domestic violence
victims (see H.R. 1352), [25MR]

State eligibility for bonuses under the temporary
assistance to needy families block grants relative

to child poverty rates (see H.R. 310), [7JA]
Food stamps: improve onsite inspections of State food

stamp programs and provide grants to develop com-
munity partnerships and innovative outreach strate-
gies for food stamp and related programs (see H.R.
2738), [5AU]

-permit purchase of vitamin and mineral supple-
ments (see H.R. 3304), [10NO]

-provide for a national standard of interoper-
ability and portability for electronic benefit transfer

systems (see H.R. 2709), [4AU]
Government: improve Federal financial assistance pro-
grams (see H.R. 409), [19JA)

-improve Federal financial assistance programs
(H.R. 409), consideration (see H. Res. 75), [23FE]
Head Start Program: reauthorize and amend (see H.R.

1722), [6MY]
Homeless: consolidate Federal housing assistance pro-

grams to ensure that States and communities have
sufficient flexibility to use assistance amounts effec-
tively (see H.R. 1073), [11MR]

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: 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]

-repeal certain restrictions on food stamp eligi-
bility and increase Federal support for emergency

food assistance programs (see H.R. 3192), [1NO]
Insurance: tax treatment of long-term care services,

educational campaign on long-term care, and expan-
sion of State long-term care partnerships by exempt-

ing partnership assets from Medicaid estate recovery

(see H.R. 2102), [9JN]
Medicaid: allow States to use State Children's Health

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

-coverage of breast and cervical cancer treatment
services for certain women screened under federally
funded programs (see H.R. 1070), [11MR]

-coverage of disabled children and individuals
who became disabled as children without regard to
income or assets (see H.R. 821), (24FE]

coverage of screening mammography and
screening pap smears (see H.R. 302), [7JA]

-coverage of services provided by nurse practi-
tioners and clinical nurse specialists (see H.R. 1514),
[21AP]

establish new prospective payment system for
Federally-qualified health centers and rural health
clinics (see H.R. 2341), [24JN]

exempt disabled individuals from being required
to enroll with a managed care entity (see H.R. 797),
[23FE]

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

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

-protect payments to previously approved State
school-based health plans for Medicaid-eligible chil-
dren with individualized education programs (see
H.R. 3486), [18NO]

-provide State options to allow eligibility for
legal immigrant pregnant women, children, and cer-
tain disabled individuals (see H.R. 1399), (14AP]

--reduce infant mortality through improvement of
coverage of services to pregnant women and infants

(see H.R. 301), [7JA]
Medicare: improve the telemedicine program and pro-

vide grants for the development of telehealth net-
works (see H.R. 3420), [17NO]

-provide for a Doctors' Bill of Rights (see H.R.
3300), [10NO]
National Center for Social Work Research: establish

(see H.R. 3214), [3NO]
Nutrition: establish a national folic acid education pro-

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

[15JY]
Pharmaceuticals: demonstration project to expand eligi-

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

2375), 129JNI
Recipients: expand the educational and work opportuni-

ties of certain welfare recipients (see H.R. 3434),

[17NO]
Small business: use of welfare-to-work funds to form

alliances to purchase discounted health insurance for
welfare-to-work program eligible employees (see

H.R. 2238), (16JN]
Social Security: allow States to use State Children's

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

grants for projects designed to promote respon-
sible fatherhood (see H.R. 3073), (140C]

-grants for projects designed to promote respon-
sible fatherhood (H.R. 3073), consideration (see H.
Res. 367), [8NO]

-prevent distribution of benefits to prisoners (see
H.R. 1918), [25MY]

-promote identification of children eligible for
State Children's Health Insurance Program and Med-
icaid (see H.R. 2807), [8SE)

-provide prisoner information obtained by States
to Federal benefit programs to prevent erroneous

provision of benefits (see H.R. 1919), [25MY]
States: allow use of a portion of welfare block grants

for general education spending (see H.R. 2320),
[23JN)

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

699), (10FE]
Taxation: allow the unused portion of the low-income

housing credit, for buildings financed with tax ex-

PUBLIC WELFARE PROGRAMS

empt State bonds, to be used for the construction

-fund and implement a balanced, long-term solu- Energy and water development: making appropriations
of military housing (see H.R. 3451), [18NO]

tion to groundwater contamination, water supply, and (H.R. 2605), [13SE)
designate renewal communities (see H.R. 815), reliability problems affecting the Eastern Santa Clara Reports filed
[24FE]

groundwater basin (see H.R. 2483), [12JY]

Consideration of H.R. 1480, Water Resources Develop-
extend certain expiring provisions (see H.R. Colorado River: authorize additional measures to carry ment Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res.
2923), [23SE)

out control of salinity upstream of Imperial Dam 154) (H. Rept. 106-120), [28AP]
-extend the work opportunity credit (see H.R. in a cost-effective manner (see H.R. 2619), [27JY] Consideration of H.R. 2605, Energy and Water Devel-
585), [4FE)

Corps of Engineers: reauthorizing water resources de- opment Appropriations: Committee on Rules (House)
extend the work opportunity credit and the wel- velopment programs (see H.R. 1480), [20AP]

(H. Res. 261) (H. Rept. 106–264), [26JY]
fare-to-work credit (see H.R. 2015), [8JN]

-reauthorizing water resources development pro- Dept. of Agriculture Assistance for the Rehabilitation
-modify and extend the work opportunity credit

grams (H.R. 1480), consideration (see H. Res. 154), of Watershed Dams Built for Flood Protection and
and allow nonprofit organizations to participate in [28AP]

Water Resource Projects: Committee on Transpor-
the work opportunity tax credit hiring incentives (see Dept. of Agriculture: provide assistance for the reha- tation and Infrastructure (House) (H.R. 728) (H.
H.R. 2101), [9JN]

bilitation of watershed dams built for flood protec- Rept. 106-484), [18NO]
-restore certain business-related deductions (see

tion and water resource projects (see H.R. 728), Emigrant Wilderness Preservation Act: Committee on
H.R. 781), [23FE]
[11FE)

Resources (House) (H.R. 359) (H. Rept. 106-425),
-treatment of certain welfare benefits as earned

-provide for maintenance of concrete dams and [1NO]
income for purposes of earned income credit (see

weirs located in the Emigrant Wilderness (see H.R. Energy and Water Development Appropriations: Com-
H.R. 932), [2MR]
359), [19JA)

mittee of Conference (H.R. 2605) (H. Rept. 106-
treatment of reductions in State tax revenues

Dept. of the Interior: transfer Palmetto Bend Project 336), [27SE)
relative to the provision of an earned income tax
(see H.R. 2674), [2AU)

Committee on Appropriations (House) (H.R.
credit to recipients of temporary assistance for needy

Energy and water development: making appropriations 2605) (H. Rept. 106-253), [26JY]
families block grants (see H.R. 2787), (5AU]

(see H.R. 2605), [26JY]

Water Resources Development Act: Committee of Con-
-treatment of Social Security benefits (see H.R.

-making appropriations (H.R. 2605), consider- ference (S. 507) (H. Rept. 106-298), [5AU]
107), [7JA) (see H.R. 688), [10FE) (see H.R. 761),
ation (see H. Res. 261), [26JY]

Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
[12FE] (see H.R. 3438), [17NO]

Federal Power Act: amend relative to electric reliability (House) (H.R. 1480) (H. Rept. 106-106), [26AP]
Unemployment: eligibility for compensation for indi-

and oversight (see H.R. 2602), [22JY]

PUBLICATIONS related term(s) LITERATURE; NEWS
viduals leaving employment relative to victimization

Hazardous substances: reduce emissions of mercury, MEDIA
by sexual harassment or loss of child care (see H.R.

carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and sulfur dioxide Bills and resolutions
931), (2MR]

from fossil fuel-fired electric utility generating units Children and youth: protect from exposure to explicit
-reform benefit system (see H.R. 3167), [280C]
(see H.R. 2980), (30SE]

sexual or violent material and prevent youth violence
World War II: deny benefits to individuals who partici-
pated in Nazi war crimes (see H.R. 1788), [13MY]

Local government: conveyance of various reclamation (see H.R. 2036), (8JN]
Motions

projects to local water authorities (see H.R. 2994), Copyrights: prevent the misappropriation of collections
[10C]

of information (see H.R. 354), (19JA]
Social Security: grants for projects designed to promote

Montana: authorize construction of the Fort Peck Res- Dept. of the Interior: produce and sell products and
responsible fatherhood (H.R. 3073), [10NO]
Reports filed

ervation Rural County Water Supply System (see publications relative to the Hoover Dam and deposit
Consideration of H.R. 409, Federal Financial Assist-

H.R. 1124), [16MR]

revenues into Colorado River Dam fund (see H.R.
ance Management Improvement Act: Committee on

-transfer maintenance and operation of the Flat- 2383), [29JN]
Rules (House) (H. Res. 75) (H. Rept. 106–26),

head Irrigation Project to local control (see H.R. Library of Congress: assemble a written history of the
[23FE]
1158), [17MR]

House of Representatives for publication (see H.R.
Consideration of H.R. 1802, Foster Care Independence

National Infrastructure Development Corp.: establish 2303), (22JN)
Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 221)

(see H.R. 115), [7JA)

Reports filed
(H. Rept. 106–199), [24JN]

Power resources: provide a transition to market-based Collections of Information Antipiracy Act: Committee
Consideration of H.R. 3073, Fathers Count Act: Com-

rates for power sold by the TVA and Federal Power on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 354) (H. Rept. 106-
mittee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 367) (H. Rept.

Marketing Administration (see H.R. 1486), [20AP] 349), (30SE]
106-463), (8NO]

Public utilities: establish programs for electric energy PUERTO RICO, COMMONWEALTH OF
Extend Certain Expiring Tax Provisions: Committee

conservation and efficiency, renewable energy, and Bills and resolutions
on Ways and Means (House) (H.R. 2923) (H. Rept.

universal and affordable service (see H.R. 2569), Clinton, President: conditional clemency for prisoners
106-344), (28SE)
[20JY]

convicted of crimes connected to activities of Puerto
Fathers Count Act: Committee on Ways and Means Safe Drinking Water Act: civil actions against public Rican nationalist group (see H. Con. Res. 180),

(House) (H.R. 3073) (H. Rept. 106-424), [280C] water systems in compliance with safe drinking [8SE]
Foster Care Independence Act: Committee on Ways
water standards (see H.R. 1674), [4MY]

conditional clemency for prisoners convicted of
and Means (House) (H.R. 1802) (H. Rept. 106–182),

-provide for parity in civil actions against private crimes connected to activities of Puerto Rican na-
[143N)

and public entities relative to ownership or operation tionalist group (H. Con. Res. 180), consideration (see
Medicaid Coverage of Breast and Cervical Cancer of public water systems (see H.R. 1492), [20AP] H. Res. 281), [8SE]

Treatment Services for Certain Women Screened State and local governments: capital projects funding 50 States Commemorative Coin Program Act: include
Under Federally Funded Programs: Committee on
(see H.R. 2777), [5AU]

District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam, American
Commerce (House) (H.R. 1070) (H. Rept. 106–486), Summit County, UT: authorize contracts with the Samoa, and the Virgin Islands (see H.R. 1029),
[22NO]
Weber Basin Water Conservancy District to use Fed-

[8MR]
Nazi Benefits Termination Act: Committee on Govern- eral facilities to deliver non-Federal water (see H.R. Hurricanes: disaster assistance to Caribbean and Central
ment Reform (House) (H.R. 1788) (H. Rept. 106 3236), (5NO]

American countries (see H.R. 984), [4MR]
321), [60C]

Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century: repeal Jose V. Toledo U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, San
Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. the Interstate System Reconstruction and Rehabilita- Juan, PR: designate (see H.R. 560), [3FE]
1788) (H. Rept. 106,321), [14SE]

tion Pilot Program (see H.R. 1252), [24MR]

Medicaid: remove special financial limitations on Puer-
Welfare-to-Work Program Amendments and Work Per- TVA: authorize repurchase of certain bonds (see H.R. to Rico and certain other territories relative to medi-
formance Bonus Modification: Committee on Edu- 140), (7JA)

cal assistance for Medicare cost-sharing and for vet-
cation and the Workforce (House) (H.R. 3172) (H. Utah: settlement of water rights claims of the Shivwits erans (see H.R. 2333), [23JN]
Rept. 106-456), [5NO]

Band of the Paiute Indian Tribe (see H.R. 3291), Medicare: coverage of inpatient hospital services in
PUBLIC WORKS

[10NO]

Puerto Rico (see H.R. 2712), [4AU]
Appointments

Water: allow public water systems to avoid filtration Taxation: exempt retirement income from pension plans
Conferees: H.R. 2605, energy and water development requirements (see H.R. 124), [7JA]

from nonresident taxation (see H.R. 182), [7JA]
appropriations, [13SE]
Water Resources Development Act: technical correc-

extend research and development tax credit to
-S. 507, Water Resources Development Act, tions (see H.R. 2724), (5AU]

Puerto Rico and the possessions of the U.S. (see
[22JY]

Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge: reconstruction H.R. 2137), [10JN]
Bills and resolutions
funding (see H.R. 2118), [9JN] (see H.R. 2563),

-provide wage-based credits (see H.R. 2138),
Bureau of Reclamation: feasibility study on rehabilita- [20JY]

[10JN)
tion of the municipal water system at the Jicarilla Conference reports

-treatment of distilled spirits (see H.R. 2139),
Apache Reservation in New Mexico (see H.R. 3051), Energy and Water Development Appropriations (H.R. [10JN]
170Ci

2605), [27SE)

Vieques Island: transfer Federal control to the Puerto
California: develop and implement drainage, storm, and Water Resources Development Act (S. 507), (5AU] Rican Government for public purposes (see H.R.
flood control projects as part of water-related Motions

2890), [21SE]
projects in the Colusa Basin Watershed (see H.R. Corps of Engineers: reauthorizing water resources de-

-use for military operations (see H. Con. Res.
1113), [16MR]
velopment programs (S. 507), [22JY]

212), [270C]

RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES

Reports filed
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]
Jose V. Toledo U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, San

Juan, PR: Committee on Transportation and Infra-
structure (House) (H.R. 560) (H. Rept. 106-108),

[27AP]
PYRAMID OF REMEMBRANCE FOUNDATION
Bills and resolutions
Veterans: authorize the Pyramid of Remembrance

Foundation to establish a memorial dedicated to sol-
diers who have died in foreign conflicts other than

declared wars (see H.R. 1804), [13MY]
QATAR, STATE OF
Bills and resolutions
Democracy: commitment to democracy, women's suf-

frage, and elections (see H. Con. Res. 35), [23FE]
QUALITY CARE FOR THE UNINSURED ACT
Appointments

Conferees: H.R. 2990, provisions, [3NO]
Bills and resolutions
Enact (H.R. 2990): consideration (see H. Res. 323),
[50C]

Senate amendment (see H. Res. 348), [1NO]
Motions

Enact (H.R. 2990), [60C), [3NO)
Reports filed
Consideration of H.R. 2990, Provisions: Committee on

Rules (House) (H. Res. 323) (H. Rept. 106–366),

[50C)
Senate Amendment to H.R. 2990, Provisions: Commit-

tee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 348) (H. Rept. 106–

430), [1NO]
QUALITY CHILD CARE FOR FEDERAL EM-

PLOYEES ACT
Reports filed
Provisions: Committee on Gove nent Reform (House)

(H.R. 28) (H. Rept. 106-323), [15SE]
QUEENS, NY see NEW YORK, NY
QUINEBAUG AND SHETUCKET RIVERS VALLEY

NATIONAL HERITAGE CORRIDOR ACT
Bills and resolutions
Quinebaug and Shetucket Rivers Valley National Herit-

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

[29AP]
Reports filed
Quinebaug and Shetucket Rivers Valley National Herit-

age Corridor Boundary Expansion: Committee on
Resources (House) (H.R. 1619) (H. Rept. 106–306),

[8SE)
QUINN, JACK (a Representative from New York)
Appointments
Conferee: H.R. 1000, Aviation Investment and Reform
Act for the 21st Century, [140C)

-H.R. 2116, Veterans' Millennium Health Care
Act, [8NOJ

-S. 1059, Dept. of Defense appropriations for
military activities, prescribing personnel strengths,
and military construction, [1JY]

S. 1467, Aviation Investment and Reform Act
for the 21st Century, [5AU]
Bills and resolutions introduced
Ecology and environment: development and use of

brownfield sites (see H.R. 1537), [22AP]
Explosives: Federal permit requirements for distribution

or receipt of explosives (see H.R. 1584), [27AP]
Medicare: require advanced notice to managed care

plan enrollees of hospital termination under such

plans (see H.R. 1639), [29AP]
Minimum wage: level (see H.R. 964), [3MR]
Pearl Harbor Day: treat December 7 in the same man-

ner as Veterans Day for all purposes relative to

Federal employment (see H.R. 965), [3MR]
Railroads: enhance competition between rail carriers

(see H.R. 2784), (5AU]
RABBIS see CHURCHES AND SYNAGOGUES; RELIGION
RACIAL DISCRIMINATION see DISCRIMINATION
RACIAL RELATIONS
Bills and resolutions
African Americans: relief from Federal tax liability

arising from the resolution of discrimination claims

by farmers against the Dept. of Agriculture (see H.R.

2233), [15JN)
Asian Americans: racial stereotyping relative to espio-

nage and campaign fundraising investigations (see

H. Con. Res. 124), [27MY]
Civil rights: establish criminal liability for discrimina-

tion based on disparate treatment (see H.R. 2510),
[14JY]

-prohibit discrimination in the payment of wages
based on sex, race, or national origin (see H.R.
1271), [24MR)

-prohibit employment discrimination (see H.R.
1980), [27MY]

-recognize the historical significance of the
Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court deci-
sion and reaffirm the fundamental belief that we
are all “one Nation under God, indivisible” (see

H. Res. 176), [18MY]
Commission To Study Reparation Proposals for African

Americans: establish (see H.R. 40), [6JA]
Congress: affirm opposition to all forms of racism and

bigotry (see H. Res. 121), [17MR]
Council of Conservative Citizens: condemn racist and

bigoted views (see H. Res. 35), [2FE)
Courts: applicability of certain titles of the Civil Rights

Act to the judicial branch of the Federal government

(see H.R. 1048), [10MR]
Crime: condemn hate-crime shootings in Midwest
States (see H. Res. 254), [19JY]

enhance Federal enforcement of hate crimes
(see H.R. 77), [7JA] (see H.R. 1082), [11MR]
Discrimination: condemn all prejudice against Asian

and Pacific Islander Americans and support political
and civic participation by these persons (see H. Con.

Res. 111), [24MY]
Education: require States to give priority to charter

schools that will provide a racially integrated edu-
cational experience in awarding subgrants under the
State charter school grant program (see H.R. 2468),

[12JY]
Employment: implement alternative program for pro-

viding a benefit or employment preference under
Federal law (see H.R. 2509), [14JY]

--prevent involuntary application of arbitration to
discrimination claims (see H.R. 872), [25FE]
FCC: establish Ethnic and Minority Affairs Section

(see H.R. 125), [7JA]
Law enforcement: improve prevention and prosecution

of police misconduct (see H.R. 2656), [30JY]
Law enforcement officers: condemn acts of police bru-

tality and use of excessive force (see H. Res. 124),

[18MR]
National Unity Day: designate (see H. Res. 315),

[29SE]
National Week of Reflection and Tolerance: support

(see H. Res. 117), [16MR]
One America: celebrate differences in ethnicity, race,

and religion in the U.S. (see H. Con. Res. 141),

[22JN)
RADANOVICH, GEORGE (a Representative from

California)
Appointments

George E. Brown, Jr., funeral attendees, [27JY]
Bills and resolutions introduced
Armenia: provide all U.S. records relative to the Arme-

nian genocide to the Committee on International Re-
lations (House), the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Mu-
seum library, and the Armenian Genocide Museum

(see H. Res. 155), [28AP]
Dept. of State: provide appropriate training and mate-

rials to all executive branch employees involved in
responding to issues related to human rights, ethnic

cleansing, and genocide (see H. Res. 398), [18NO]
Employment: increase flexibility for the transfer of

within State allocations between adult and dislocated
worker employment and training activities (see H.R.

2675), [2AU]
Federal-State relations: require Federal agencies to con-

sult with State and local governments on environ-

mental impact statements (see H.R. 2029), [8JN]
Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection

Act: amend (see H.R. 3121), [210C]

RADIATION EXPOSURE COMPENSATION ACT
Bills and resolutions
Hazardous substances: compensation for certain indi-

viduals exposed to radiation in uranium mines and
mills (see H.R. 1516), [21AP]

compensation for certain individuals exposed to
radiation in uranium mines, mills, or during transport
(see H.R. 1045), [9MR]

-remove requirement that exposure resulting in
stomach cancer occur before a certain age (see H.R.

930), [2MR]
RADIO related term(s) NEWS MEDIA; PUBLIC BROAD-

CASTING; TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Bills and resolutions
Corp. for Public Broadcasting: authorizing appropria-

tions (see H.R. 2384), [29JN]
Courts: allow media coverage of court proceedings (see

H.R. 1281), [25MR]
Cuba: allow news bureau exchanges between U.S. and

Cuba (see H.R. 258), [7JA]
FCC: develop guidelines for advertisers to prohibit dis-

crimination against minority formatted broadcast sta-
tions (see H.R. 1948), [26MY]

-prohibit from establishing rules authorizing the
operation of new, low power FM radio stations (see

H.R. 3439), (17NO]
Health: ensure availability of adequate frequencies of

the electromagnetic spectrum for biomedical telem-
etry (see H.R. 2379), [29JN]

-require assessment of research on health effects
of radio frequency emissions (see H.R. 2835), [9SE]
Political campaigns: require disclosure of funding

sources for certain candidate advocacy advertising

(see H.R. 227), [7JA]
Spectrum: ensure availability to amateur radio operators

(see H.R. 783), [23FE]
Sports: limit antitrust exemption applicable to broad-

casting agreements made by professional sports

leagues (see H.R. 532), [3FE]
Surgeon General: importance of report on media and

violence (see H.J. Res. 47), [28AP]
Telecommunications: preserve State and local authority

to regulate the placement, construction, and modi-
fication of certain facilities (see H.R. 2834), [9SE]

-protect critical infrastructure radio systems from
interference and promote efficient spectrum manage-
ment of the private land mobile radio bands (see
H.R. 866), [25FE]

-resolve certain contested broadcast license ro-
ceedings (see H.R. 2762), (5AU]

-State and local government regulation of citi-
zens band radio equipment (see H.R. 2346), [24JN]
Messages
Corp. for Public Broadcasting Report: President Clin-

ton, [18MR]
RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES
Bills and resolutions
Courts: clarify jurisdiction and procedures for com-

pensating injuries resulting from the production and

mining of beryllium (see H.R. 675), [10FE]
Dept. of Energy: 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), [17NO] (see H.R. 3478), [18NO]

-provide compensation and increase safety for
on-site storage of spent nuclear fuel and radioactive

waste (see H.R. 1309), [25MR]
Energy Policy Act: cleanup of uranium and thorium

mill sites (see H.R. 2641), [29JY]
EPA: authorizing appropriations for the Office of Air

and Radiation (see H.R. 1743), [10MY]
Hazardous substances: authorizing appropriations for

safe transportation of hazardous material (see H.R.

968), [3MR]
Mining and mineral resources: remediation of Atlas

uranium milling site near Moab, UT (see H.R. 393),

[19JA) (see H.R. 1559), [26AP]
Motor vehicles: provide for annual renewal of safety

permits relative to transportation of hazardous sub-
stances (see H.R. 646), [9FE]

RADIOACTIVE SUBSTANCES

Nuclear energy: Portsmouth, OH, and Paducah, KY,

gaseous diffusion plants funding (see H.R. 3151),

[260C]
Nuclear Waste Policy Act: amend (see H.R. 45), (6JA)
Nuclear weapons: reduce risks and dangers (see H.

Res. 369), [9NO]
Radiation Exposure Compensation Act: compensation

for certain individuals exposed to radiation in ura-
nium mines and mills (see H.R. 1516), [21AP]

compensation for certain individuals exposed to
radiation in uranium mines, mills, or during transport
(see H.R. 1045), [9MR]

Fremove requirement that exposure resulting in
stomach cancer occur before a certain age (see H.R.

930), [2MR]
Rongelap Atoll: prescribe certain terms for resettlement

of residents due to conditions created from nuclear

testing (see H.R. 2970), [29SE]
Veterans: add bronchiolo-alveolar carcinoma to the list
of service-connected diseases (see H.R. 690), [10FE)

expand list of diseases presumed to be service
connected with respect to radiation-exposed veterans

(see H.R. 1286), [25MR]
Water: study and establish a national primary drinking

water standard for radium 224 (see H.R. 2665),

[30JY]
Messages

NRC Report: President Clinton, [23JN], [180C]
Veto of H.R. 2606, Foreign Operations, Export Financ-

ing, and Related Programs Appropriations: President

Clinton, [180C]
Reports filed
Nuclear Waste Policy Act Amendments: Committee

on Commerce (House) (H.R. 45) (H. Rept. 106–

155), [20MY]
Rongelap Resettlement Act: Committee on Resources

(House) (H.R. 2970) (H. Rept. 106-404), [200C]
R’ADVENTURE II (vessel)
Bills and resolutions

Certificate of documentation (see H.R. 3338), [10NO]
RAFFERTY, JOHN K.
Bills and resolutions
John K. Rafferty Hamilton Post Office Building, Ham-

ilton, NJ: designate (see H.R. 1374), [12AP]
RAHALL, NICK J., II (a Representative from West

Virginia)
Appointments
Conferee: H.R. 1000, Aviation Investment and Reform
Act for the 21st Century, (140C]

-S. 1467, Aviation Investment and Reform Act
for the 21st Century, (5AU]
Bills and resolutions introduced
Association of American State Geologists: grant Fed-

eral charter (see H.R. 2354), [24JN]
Black Lung Benefits Act: ensure benefit equity for

eligible survivors (see H.R. 228), [7JA]
Matewan, WV: disposition of excess land for flood

control project (see H.R. 966), [3MR]
Mining and mineral resources: locatable minerals on

public domain lands (see H.R. 410), (19JA]
Persian Gulf Conflict: relief of evacuees (see H.R.

428), [19JA)
RAIL PASSENGER DISASTER FAMILY ASSIST-

ANCE ACT
Reports filed
Provisions: Committee on Transportation and Infra-

structure (House) (H.R. 2681) (H. Rept. 106–313),

(13SE]
RAILROAD RETIREMENT BOARD
Messages
Railroad Retirement Board Report: President Clinton,

[16NO]
RAILROADS related term(s) CARGO TRANSPORTATION
Bills and resolutions
American Public Transit Association: anniversary (see

H. Con. Res. 171), [3AU]
Consumers: enhance competition between rail carriers

(see H.R. 2784), [5AU]
Crime: penalties for intentionally damaging mass transit

vehicles or causing death or serious injury to transit

employees or passengers (see H.R. 1080), [11MR]
National Railroad Hall of Fame, Inc.: support efforts

to construct a National Railroad Hall of Fame (see
H. Res. 79), (23FE]

NTSB: establish a program of assistance to families

-simplify method of determining a partner's
of passengers involved in rail passenger accidents share of items in a qualified investment club (see
(see H.R. 2681), [3AU]

H.R. 1708), (5MY]
Safety: authorize activities under Federal railroad safety

-treatment of certain franchise operation property
laws (see H.R. 2666), [30JY] (see H.R. 2683), (see H.R. 2451), [1JY]
[3AU)

-treatment of charitable use of passenger auto-
-protection of train employees (see H.R. 3091), mobiles (see H.R. 487), [2FE]
[180C)

World War II: allow Federal district courts to hear
-reform the safety practices of the railroad indus- civil actions to recover damages caused by the Nazi
try (see H.R. 2450), [1JY]

government of Germany (see H.R. 3402), [16NO]
Surface Transportation Board: authorizing appropria- RANCHERS see AGRICULTURE
tions (see H.R. 3163), [280C]

RANGEL, CHARLES B. (a Representative from New
enhance railroad competition and collective bar- York)
gaining agreements between railroads and their em-

Appointments
ployees (see H.R. 3446), [18NO]

Committee on Taxation (Joint), [19JA]
Taxation: deductibility of business meal expenses for Conferee: H.R. 1000, Aviation Investment and Reform

individuals who are subject to Federal limitations Act for the 21st Century, [140C]
on hours of service (see H.R. 1861), [19MY]

-H.R. 1180, Work Incentives Improvement Act,
-repeal motor fuel excise taxes which remain [280C)
in the general fund of the Treasury on railroads

-H.R. 2488, Financial Freedom Act, [2AU]
and inland waterway transportation (see H.R. 1001),

-H.R. 2990, Quality Care for the Uninsured Act,
[4MR]

[3NO]
-use revenues from excise taxes imposed on fuel

S. 1467, Aviation Investment and Reform Act
used in trains for the elimination of railway-highway for the 21st Century, [5AU]
crossing hazards (see H.R. 2060), [8JN]

Official Advisers to International Conferences, Meet-
Transportation: establish national growth programs rel- ings, and Negotiation Sessions Relating to Trade

ative to metropolitan regional projects (see H.R. Agreements, [19JA)
1038), [9MR]

Bills and resolutions introduced
maintain or create a national system that meets Community development: provide grant funding for ad-
the transportation services needs of the U.S. econ- ditional empowerment zones, enterprise communities,
omy (see H.R. 3398), (16NO]

and strategic planning communities (see H.R. 2170),
Trust funds: investment of several Federal health-relat- [10JN)

ed and retirement trust funds in broad-based private Cuba: exception to trade embargo for food, medicines
equities indices (see H.R. 633), [9FE)

and medical supplies, instruments, or equipment (see
Messages

H.R. 230), (7JA)
Railroad Retirement Board Report: President Clinton,

-lift trade embargo (see H.R. 229), [7JA]
[16NO]

DiMaggio, Joe: tribute (see H. Res. 105), [10MR]
Reports filed

Drugs: eliminate certain mandatory minimum penalties
American Public Transit Association Anniversary: for crack cocaine offenses (see H.R. 939), [2MR]

Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Garvey, Marcus: tribute (see H. Res. 150), [26AP]
(House) (H. Con. Res. 171) (H. Rept. 106-314), Housing: constitutional amendment relative to the right
[13SE]

to a home (see H.J. Res. 39), (16MR]
Rail Passenger Disaster Family Assistance Act: Com- Jackson, Jesse L., Sr.: award Congressional Gold

mittee on Transportation and Infrastructure (House) Medal (see H.R. 1709), [5MY] (see H.R. 1821),
(H.R. 2681) (H. Rept. 106-313), (13SE]

[14MY]
RALEIGH, NC

Medicare: graduate medical education payments (see
Bills and resolutions

H.R. 1785), [12MY]
Terry Sanford Federal Building: designate (see H.R.

-treatment of payments to Medicare+Choice or-
911), (2MR]

ganizations relative to disproportionate share hospital
RAMIREZ, ANDREW A.

payments (see H.R. 1103), [11MR]
Bills and resolutions

National Week of Reflection and Tolerance: support
Jackson, Jesse L., Sr.: tribute to efforts to secure re- (see H. Res. 117), [16MR]

lease of captured U.S. servicemen held in Serbia Office of National Drug Control Policy: enter into ne-
(see H. Res. 156), [3MY]

gotiations with Cuban Government representatives to
Serbia: release of captured U.S. servicemen and adher- provide for increased cooperation on drug interdic-

ence to Geneva Convention protocols relative to tion efforts (see H.R. 2365), [25JN]

POW and civilians (see H. Con. Res. 83), [12AP] One America: celebrate differences in ethnicity, race,
RAMSTAD, JIM (a Representative from Minnesota) and religion in the U.S. (see H. Con. Res. 141),
Bills and resolutions introduced

[22JN]
Insurance: provide nondiscriminatory coverage of sub-

Robert C. Weaver Federal Building, Washington, DC:
stance abuse treatment services under private group

designate (see H.R. 1236), [23MR]
and individual health coverage (see H.R. 1977), Robinson, (Sugar) Ray: tribute (see H. Res. 149),
[27MY]

[26AP]
Medicare: allow petitioners for coverage of new tech- Ronald H. Brown Federal Building, New York, NY:

nologies or procedures to meet with the Health Care designate (see H.R. 938), [2MR]
Financing Administration to develop written plans Taxation: expand incentives for construction and ren-
(see H.R. 2338), [24JN)

ovation of public schools and provide incentives for
coverage of frail elderly beneficiaries perma- corporations to participate in cooperative agreements
nently residing in certain nursing facilities (see H.R. with public schools in distressed areas (see H.R.
1998), [27MY]

1660), [4MY]
extend community nursing organization dem-

expand incentives for construction and renova-
onstration projects (see H.R. 1999), [27MY]

tion of public schools and provide incentives for
-improve coverage determination process relative corporations to participate in cooperative agreements
to new advances in medical technology (see H.R. with public schools in distressed areas (H.R. 1660),
2030), [8JN]

consideration (see H. Res. 240), [1JY]
Tariff: cathode-ray tubes (see H.R. 2168, 2169), [10JN]

-provide a credit to taxpayers investing in enti-
-magnetrons (see H.R. 2167), [10JN]

ties seeking to provide capital to create new markets
-televisions (see H.R. 411), (19JA)

in low-income communities (see H.R. 2713), [5AU]
Taxation: prohibit certain allocations of S corporation -repeal personal holding company tax (see H.R.

stock held by an employee stock ownership plan 2111), [9JN)
(see H.R. 3082), [140C]

-strengthen provisions relative to individuals who
-prohibit treatment of certain games of chance relinquish U.S. citizenship (see H.R. 3099), [190C)
as an unrelated trade or business expense (see H.R.

treatment of cooperative housing corporations
1707), (5MY]

(see H.R. 3403), [16NO]

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