House of Representatives

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1. The House met at 10 a.m. and was called to order by the Speaker pro tempore [Mr. Lazio of New York].; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6185
2. DESIGNATION OF THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6185
3. PRAYER; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6185
4. THE JOURNAL; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6185
5. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6185
6. MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6185
7. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6185
8. FBI FILES; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6185
9. FLAG DAY PRAYER CONCERT; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6185
10. FBI FILES IN WHITE HOUSE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6186
11. MARGE SCHOTT AND THE CINCINNATI REDS; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6186
12. PATENT PROTECTION; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6186
13. FAILURE ON BUDGET RESOLUTION; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6186
14. ROBERT J. DOLE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6186
15. HEALTH CARE REFORM; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6186
16. MORE ON FBI FILES; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6187
17. POLITICS OF INSENSITIVITY; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6187
18. ABUSE OF POWER AND INVASION OF PRIVACY UNCOVERED IN THE WHITE HOUSE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6187
19. TRUST FUND SCARE ONE OF BIGGEST SCAMS EVER PERPETRATED ON AMERICANS; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6187
20. 300 FILES A BUREAUCRATIC MISTAKE?; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6187
21. MEDICAID REFORM; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6187
22. HYPOCRISY IN THE WHITE HOUSE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6187
23. HOUSE REPUBLICANS DIVIDED ON THE BUDGET; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6188
24. REPUBLICANS BALANCE THE BUDGET FOR OUR CHILDREN'S FUTURE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6188
25. REPUBLICAN BUDGET BAD FOR SENIORS AND FOR THE DEFICIT; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6188
26. REPUBLICANS SHOULD SUPPORT THE CONTRACT CALLED MEDICARE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6188
27. WE NEED TO PASS A RESPONSIBLE BUDGET; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6188
28. BATTLE OVER BUDGET; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6188
29. ONLY WAY TO BALANCED BUDGET IS DECREASED FEDERAL SPENDING; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6189
30. MEDICARE TOO IMPORTANT TO BE TREATED LIKE AN UGLY STEPCHILD; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6189
31. REPUBLICANS SHOULD WORK WITH DEMOCRATS TO PROTECT MEDICARE FOR AMERICA'S SENIOR CITIZENS; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6189
32. REPUBLICAN CUTS IN MEDICARE AND MEDICAID AND TAX BREAKS INCREASE THE DEFICIT; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6189
33. SUPPORT URGED FOR RESOLUTION AGAINST CHURCH BURNINGS; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6189
34. PERMISSION FOR SUNDRY COMMITTEES AND THEIR SUBCOMMITTEES TO SIT TODAY DURING 5-MINUTE RULE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6189
35. THE JOURNAL; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6190
36. PERSONAL EXPLANATION; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6190
37. SENSE OF CONGRESS THAT SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE DISPOSE OF REMAINING COMMODITIES IN DISASTER RESERVE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6190
38. GENERAL LEAVE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6191
39. GENERAL LEAVE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6191
40. AGRICULTURE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 1997; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6191
41. MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6193
42. AGRICULTURE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT, FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, AND RELATED AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 1997; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6194
43. PERSONAL EXPLANATION; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6236
44. PERSONAL EXPLANATION; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6247
45. REPORT ON RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 3610, DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE APPROPRIATIONS ACT, FISCAL YEAR 1997; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6247
46. AUTHORIZING RUNNING OF 1996 SUMMER OLYMPIC TORCH RELAY THROUGH CAPITOL GROUNDS; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6247
47. PERSONAL EXPLANATION; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6247
48. CONFERENCE REPORT ON HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 178, CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ON THE BUDGET, FISCAL YEAR 1997; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6247
49. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6253
50. GENERAL LEAVE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6268
51. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS--MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6268
52. REMOVAL OF NAME OF MEMBER AS COSPONSOR OF H.R. 2951; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6268
53. PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 2754, SHIPBUILDING TRADE AGREEMENT ACT; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6268
54. JUST DO IT; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6275
55. SPECIAL ORDERS; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6275
56. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentlewoman from Ohio [Ms. Kaptur] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6275
57. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Indiana [Mr. Burton] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6275
58. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Missouri [Mr. Volkmer] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6275
59. THE TAX TRAP; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6275
60. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Indiana [Mr. Buyer] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6278
61. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentlewoman from Illinois [Mrs. Collins] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6278
62. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Florida [Mr. Mica] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6278
63. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentlewoman from Connecticut [Ms. DeLauro] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6278
64. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Georgia [Mr. Chambliss] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6278
65. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from California [Mr. Filner] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6278
66. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Tennessee [Mr. Wamp] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6278
67. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Minnesota [Mr. Gutknecht] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6278
68. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Washington [Mr. Metcalf] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6278
69. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Illinois [Mr. Weller] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6278
70. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentlewoman from Washington [Ms. Dunn] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6278
71. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Tennessee [Mr. Hilleary] is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6278
72. THE BURNING OF AFRICAN-AMERICAN CHURCHES IN THE SOUTH; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6278
73. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from California (Mr. Dornan) is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6279
74. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under the Speaker's announced policy of May 12, 1995, the gentleman from New York (Mr. Owens) is recognized for 15 minutes as the designee of the minority leader.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6279
75. DAMAGING CHANGES PROPOSED TO U.S. PATENT LAW; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6279
76. LEAVE OF ABSENCE; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6282
77. SPECIAL ORDERS GRANTED; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6282
78. EXTENSION OF REMARKS; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6282
79. ADJOURNMENT; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6282
80. EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC.; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6282
81. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6284
82. TIME LIMITATION OF REFERRED BILL; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6284
83. PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6285
84. DELETIONS OF SPONSORS FROM PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6286
85. AMENDMENTS; Congressional Record Vol. 142, No. 86 | PDFH6286