H.J.Res.88 - Disapproving pay increases proposed by the President for Members of Congress.101st Congress (1989-1990)
|Sponsor:||Rep. Smith, Bob [R-NH-1] (Introduced 01/20/1989)|
|Committees:||House - House Administration; Post Office and Civil Service|
|Latest Action:||11/30/1989 See H.R.3660. (All Actions)|
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HJ 88 IH 101st CONGRESS 1st Session H. J. RES. 88 Disapproving pay increases proposed by the President for Members of Congress. IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES January 20, 1989 Mr. SMITH of New Hampshire (for himself, Mr. TAUKE, Mr. DOUGLAS, Mr. SCHAEFER, Mr. HOLLOWAY, Mr. PETRI, Mr. WELDON, Mr. NIELSON of Utah, Mr. IRELAND, Mr. TAUZIN, Mr. EMERSON, Mr. ROBERT F. SMITH, Mr. SHUMWAY, Mr. MONTGOMERY, Mr. BUNNING, Mr. SMITH of Texas, Mr. LEACH of Iowa, Mr. COBLE, Mr. DONALD E. LUKENS, Mr. SMITH of Vermont, Mr. BENNETT, Mr. BALLENGER, Mrs. BENTLEY, Mr. CRAIG, Mr. INHOFE, Mr. HILER, Mrs. SAIKI, and Mr. DANNEMEYER) introduced the following joint resolution; which was referred jointly to the Committees on House Administration and Post Office and Civil Service JOINT RESOLUTION Disapproving pay increases proposed by the President for Members of Congress. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the Congress disapproves that part of the recommendations transmitted by the President to the Congress on January 9, 1989, pursuant to section 225(h) of the Federal Salary Act of 1967 (2 U.S.C. 358) which relates to rates of pay for-- (1) Senators, Members of and Delegates to the House of Representatives, and the Resident Commissioner from Puerto Rico, and (2) the Speaker of the House of Representatives, the President pro tempore of the Senate, and the majority and minority leaders of the Senate and the House of Representatives.