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                                             Friday, August 2, 1996

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                              Daily Digest


HIGHLIGHTS

       Senate agreed to Safe Drinking Water, Health Insurance Reform, 
      and Small Business Job Protection/Minimum Wage Conference 
      Reports.
      House agreed to Small Business Job Protection and Minimum Wage 
      Conference Report.
      House agreed to Safe Drinking Water Act Conference Report.
      House passed the Aviation Security and Antiterrorism Act of 1996.


                                 Senate


Chamber Action
Routine Proceedings, pages S9455-S9680
Measures Introduced: Thirty-two bills and five resolutions were 
introduced, as follows: S. 2017-2048, S.J. Res. 59, S. Res. 287, and S. 
Con. Res. 68-70.
  Pages S9554-55
Measures Reported: Reports were made as follows:
  S. 1970, to amend the National Museum of the American Indian Act to 
make improvements in the Act. (S. Rept. No. 104-350)
  H.R. 1271, to provide protection for family privacy. (S. Rept. No. 
104-351)
  S. 982, to protect the national information infrastructure, with an 
amendment in the nature of a substitute.
Page S9554
Measures Passed:
  Enrollment Correction: Senate agreed to S. Con. Res. 68, to correct 
the enrollment of H.R. 3103.
  Pages S9500-01
  Enrollment Correction: Senate agreed to H. Con. Res. 208, to correct 
the enrollment of H.R. 3103.
  Page S9528
  Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Food Donation Act: Senate passed H.R. 
2428, to encourage the donation of food and grocery products to 
nonprofit organizations for distribution to needy individuals by giving 
the Model Good Samaritan Food Donation Act the full force and effect of 
law, after agreeing to the following amendments proposed thereto: 
                                                         Pages S9532-33
  Santorum (for Leahy) Amendment No. 5148, of a technical nature. 
                                                             Page S9532
  Santorum (for Kennedy) Amendment No. 5149, to establish that nothing 
in this Act supersedes State or local health regulations. 
                                                         Pages S9532-33
  War Crimes Act: Senate passed H.R. 3680, to amend title 18, United 
States Code, to carry out the international obligations of the United 
States under the Geneva Conventions to provide criminal penalties for 
certain war crimes, clearing the measure for the President. 
                                                         Pages S9648-49
  Oregon Resource Conservation Act: Senate passed S. 1662, to establish 
areas of wilderness and recreation in the State of Oregon, after 
agreeing to a committee amendment in the nature of a substitute, and 
the following amendment proposed thereto:
  Pages S9649-59
  Hatfield Amendment No. 5150, in the nature of a substitute. 
                                                         Pages S9654-59
  Impact Aid Technical Amendments: Senate passed H.R. 3269, to amend 
the Impact Aid program to provide for a hold-harmless with respect to 
amounts for payments relating to the Federal acquisition of real 
property, after agreeing to the following amendment proposed thereto: 
                                                         Pages S9663-64
  Stevens (for Kassebaum) Amendment No. 5155, in the nature of a 
substitute.
Page S9663
  Technical Corrections: Senate passed S. 1559, to make technical 
corrections to title II, United States Code, after agreeing to a 
committee amendment in the nature of a substitute, and the following 
amendments proposed thereto:
  Pages S9664-66
  Stevens (for Heflin) Amendment No. 5151, to make technical changes. 
                                                             Page S9665

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  Stevens (for Coverdell) Amendment No. 5152, to bolster criminal law 
enforcement of child support orders in cases involving bankruptcy 
proceedings.
                                                             Page S9665
  Stevens (for Kohl) Amendment No. 5153, to limit the value of certain 
real and personal property that the debtor may elect to exempt under 
State or local law.
Page S9665
  Stevens (for Grassley/Lott) Amendment No. 5154, relating to trustee 
authorities.
Page S9665
  Indian Environmental General Assistance Program Authorization: Senate 
passed S. 1834, to reauthorize the Indian Environmental General 
Assistance Program Act of 1992.
  Page S9666
  Accounting Standardization Act: Senate passed S. 1130, to provide for 
the establishment of uniform accounting systems, standards, and 
reporting systems in the Federal Government, after agreeing to a 
committee amendment in the nature of a substitute.
  Pages S9666-68
  National Environmental Education Amendments Act: Senate passed S. 
1873, to amend the National Environmental Education Act to extend the 
programs under the Act, after agreeing to a committee amendment in the 
nature of a substitute.
  Pages S9668-70
  PSI Records: Senate agreed to S. Res. 287, to authorize the 
production of records by the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. 
                                                             Page S9670
  Day of National Concern About Young People and Gun Violence: 
Committee on the Judiciary was discharged from further consideration of 
S. Res. 282, to designate October 10, 1996, as the ``Day of National 
Concern About Young People and Gun Violence'', and the resolution was 
then agreed to.
  Page S9670
  National Silver Haired Congress: Senate agreed to S. Con. Res. 52, to 
recognize and encourage the convening of a National Silver Haired 
Congress.
  Pages S9670-71
  AID Incentive Payments: Senate passed H.R. 3870, to authorize the 
Agency for International Development to offer voluntary separation 
incentive payments to employees of that agency, clearing the measure 
for the President.
  Page S9671
  U.S. Tourism Organization Act: Senate passed S. 1735, to establish 
the United States Tourism Organization as a nongovernmental entity for 
the purpose of promoting tourism in the United States, after agreeing 
to committee amendments, and the following amendment proposed thereto: 
                                                         Pages S9671-75
  Stevens (for Pressler) Amendment No. 5156, to make certain technical 
corrections.
Pages S9672-73
  L. Clure Morton Post Office and Courthouse: Senate passed S. 1931, to 
provide that the United States Post Office and Courthouse building 
located at 9 East Broad Street, Cookeville, Tennessee, shall be known 
and designated as the ``L. Clure Morton United States Post Office and 
Courthouse''.
  Page S9675
  Rose Y. Caracappa U.S. Post Office: Senate passed H.R. 3139, to 
redesignate the United States Post Office building located at 245 
Centereach Mall on Middle Country Road in Centereach, New York, as the 
``Rose Y. Caracappa United States Post Office Building'', clearing the 
measure for the President.
  Page S9675
  Roger P. McAuliffe Post Office: Senate passed H.R. 3834, to 
redesignate the Dunning Post Office in Chicago, Illinois, as the 
``Roger P. McAuliffe Post Office'', clearing the measure for the 
President.
  Page S9675
  Federal Oil and Gas Lease Royalties: Senate passed H.R. 1975, to 
improve the management of royalties from Federal and Outer Continental 
Shelf oil and gas leases, clearing the measure for the President. 
                                                         Pages S9675-78
  Enrollment Correction: Senate agreed to S. Con. Res. 70, directing 
the Clerk of the House of Representatives to make technical corrections 
in the enrollment of H.R. 1975.
  Page S9678
Safe Drinking Water--Conference Report: By a unanimous vote of 98 yeas 
(Vote No. 263), Senate agreed to the conference report on S. 1316, to 
authorize and amend title XIV of the Public Health Service Act 
(commonly known as the Safe Drinking Water Act), clearing the measure 
for the President.
  Pages S9485-98
Health Insurance Reform--Conference Report: By a unanimous vote of 98 
yeas (Vote No. 264), Senate agreed to the conference report on H.R. 
3103, to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to improve portability 
and continuity of health insurance coverage in the group and individual 
markets, to combat waste, fraud, and abuse in health insurance and 
health care delivery, to promote the use of medical savings accounts, 
to improve access to long-term care services and coverage, and to 
simplify the administration of health insurance, clearing the measure 
for the President.
  Pages S9499-S9526
Small Business Job Protection/Minimum Wage--Conference Report: By 76 
yeas to 22 nays (Vote No. 265), Senate agreed to the conference report 
on H.R. 3448, to provide tax relief for small businesses, to protect 
jobs, to create opportunities, and to increase the take home pay of 
workers, clearing the measure for the President.
  Page S9527

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Agriculture Appropriations--Conference Report: Pursuant to the 
agreement of Wednesday, July 31, 1996, on Thursday, August 1, 1996, 
Senate agreed to the conference report on H.R. 3603, making 
appropriations for Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug 
Administration, and Related Agencies for the fiscal year ending 
September 30, 1997, clearing the measure for the President. 
                                                             Page S9334
Defense of Marriage Act--Agreement: A unanimous-consent time-agreement 
was reached providing for the consideration of H.R. 3396, to define and 
protect the institution of marriage, and certain amendments to be 
proposed thereto, on Thursday, September 5, 1996.
  Page S9663
Sustainable Fisheries/Fisheries Financing Act--Agreement: A unanimous-
consent time-agreement was reached providing for the consideration of 
S. 39, to amend the Magnuson Fishery Conservation and Management Act to 
authorize appropriations, and to provide for sustainable fisheries, and 
certain amendments to be proposed thereto, on Wednesday, September 4, 
1996.
  Page S9663
Authority for Committees: All committees were authorized to file 
executive and legislative reports during the adjournment of the Senate 
on Tuesday, August 27, 1996, from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m.
  Page S9663
Appointments:
  Commission on the Advancement of Federal Law Enforcement: The Chair, 
on behalf of the President pro tempore, pursuant to Public Law 104-132, 
appointed Robert M. Steward, of South Carolina, and on behalf of the 
Minority Leader, appointed Donald C. Dahlin, of South Dakota, each as a 
member of the Commission on the Advancement of Federal Law Enforcement.
                                                             Page S9678
Removal of Injunction of Secrecy: The injunction of secrecy was removed 
from the following treaties:
  Protocol Amending the 1916 Convention for the Protection of Migratory 
Birds (Treaty Doc. No. 104-28); and
  United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification in Countries 
Experiencing Drought, Particularly in Africa, with Annexes (Treaty Doc. 
No. 104-29).
  The treaties were transmitted to the Senate today, considered as 
having been read for the first time, and referred, with accompanying 
papers, to the Committee on Foreign Relations and ordered to be 
printed.
Pages S9661-62
Treaty Approved: The following treaties having passed through their 
various parliamentary stages, up to and including the presentation of 
the resolution of ratification, upon division, two-thirds of the 
Senators present and having voted in the affirmative, the resolutions 
of ratification were agreed to:
  Treaty with the Republic of Korea on Mutual Legal Assistance in 
Criminal Matters (Treaty Doc. 104-1) (Exec. Rept. No. 104-22);
  Treaty with the United Kingdom on Mutual Legal Assistance on Criminal 
Matters (Treaty Doc. 104-2) (Exec. Rept. No. 104-23);
  Treaty with Austria on Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters (Treaty 
Doc. 104-21) (Exec. Rept. No. 104-24);
  Treaty with Hungary on Legal Assistance in Criminal Matters (Treaty 
Doc. 104-20) (Exec. Rept. No. 104-25);
  Treaty with the Philippines on Mutual Legal Assistance in Criminal 
Matters (Treaty Doc. 104-18) (Exec. Rept. No. 104-26);
  Extradition Treaty with Hungary (Treaty Doc. 104-5) (Exec. Rept. No. 
104-27);
  Extradition Treaty with Belgium (Treaty Doc. 104-7) and the 
Supplementary Extradition Treaty with Belgium (Treaty Doc. 104-8) 
(Exec. Rept. No. 104-28);
  Extradition Treaty with the Philippines (Treaty Doc. 104-16) (Exec. 
Rept. No. 104-29);
  Extradition Treaty with Malaysia (Treaty Doc. 104-26) (Exec. Rept. 
No. 104-30);
  Extradition Treaty with Bolivia (Treaty Doc. 104-22) (Exec. Rept. No. 
104-31); and
  Extradition Treaty with Switzerland (Treaty Doc. 104-9) (Exec. Rept. 
No. 104-32)
Pages S9661-62
Nominations Confirmed: Senate confirmed the following nominations:
  Charles A. Hunnicutt, of Georgia, to be an Assistant Secretary of 
Transportation.
  Ann D. Montgomery, of Minnesota, to be United States District Judge 
for the District of Minnesota.
  Charles William Burton, of Texas, to be a Member of the Board of 
Directors of the United States Enrichment Corporation for a term 
expiring February 24, 2001.
  Christopher M. Coburn, of Ohio, to be a Member of the Board of 
Directors of the United States Enrichment Corporation for a term 
expiring February 24, 2000.
  Brooksley Elizabeth Born, of the District of Columbia, to be a 
Commissioner of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission for the 
remainder of the term expiring April 13, 1999.
  Brooksley Elizabeth Born, of the District of Columbia, to be Chairman 
of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
  David D. Spears, of Kansas, to be a Commissioner of the Commodity 
Futures Trading Commission for the term expiring April 13, 2000.

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  Alberto Aleman Zubieta, a citizen of the Republic of Panama, to be 
Administrator of the Panama Canal Commission.
  Everett Alvarez, Jr., of Maryland, to be a Member of the Board of 
Regents of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences for 
a term expiring May 1, 1999.
  Thomas Hill Moore, of Florida, to be a Commissioner of the Consumer 
Product Safety Commission for a term of seven years from October 26, 
1996.
  Edward McGaffigan, Jr., of Virginia, to be a Member of the Nuclear 
Regulatory Commission for the term of five years expiring June 30, 
2000.
  Nils J. Diaz, of Florida, to be a Member of the Nuclear Regulatory 
Commission for the term of five years expiring June 30, 2001.
  33 Air Force nominations in the rank of general.
  37 Army nominations in the rank of general.
  12 Marine Corps nominations in the rank of general.
  7 Navy nominations in the rank of admiral.
  Routine lists in the Air Force, Army, Marine Corps, Navy. 
                                               Pages S9484-85, S9678-80
Nominations Received: Senate received the following nominations:
  Madeleine Korbel Albright, of the District of Columbia, to be 
Representative of the United States of America to the Fifty-first 
Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations.
  Edward William Gnehm, Jr., of Georgia, to be Representative of the 
United States of America to the Fifty-first Session of the General 
Assembly of the United Nations.
  Karl Frederick Inderfurth, of North Carolina, to be Alternate 
Representative of the United States of America to the Fifty-first 
Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations.
  Victor Marrero, of New York, to be Alternate Representative of the 
United States of America to the Fifty-first Session of the General 
Assembly of the United Nations.
  Susan G. Esserman, of Maryland, to be General Counsel of the 
Department of Commerce.
  Mary K. Gaillard, of California, to be a Member of the National 
Science Board, National Science Foundation, for a term expiring May 10, 
2002.
  Eamon M. Kelly, of Louisiana, to be a Member of the National Science 
Board, National Science Foundation, for a term expiring May 10, 2002.
  Richard A. Tapia, of Texas, to be a Member of the National Science 
Board, National Science Foundation, for a term expiring May 10, 2002.
  Ernestine P. Watlington, of Pennsylvania, to be a Member of the Board 
of Directors of the Legal Services Corporation for a term expiring July 
13, 1999.
  Niranjan S. Shah, of Illinois, to be a Member of the Board of 
Directors of the National Institute of Building Sciences for a term 
expiring September 7, 1998.
  Robert W. Pratt, of Iowa, to be United States District Judge for the 
Southern District of Iowa.
Messages From the House:
  Pages S9552-53
Measures Referred:
  Pages S9553-54
Measures Placed on Calendar:
  Page S9554
Measures Read First Time:
  Page S9554
Statements on Introduced Bills:
  Pages S9555-S9609
Additional Cosponsors:
  Pages S9609-10
Amendments Submitted:
  Pages S9610-19
Notices of Hearings:
  Pages S9619-20
Authority for Committees:
  Page S9620
Additional Statements:
  Pages S9620-47
Record Votes: Three record votes were taken today. (Total--265) 
                                           Pages S9497-98, S9526, S9527
Adjournment: Senate convened at 10:30 a.m. and, in accordance with H. 
Con. Res. 203, adjourned at 9:16 p.m., until 11 a.m., on Tuesday, 
September 3, 1996. (For Senate's program, see the remarks of the Acting 
Majority Leader in today's Record on page S9678.)



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(Committees not listed did not meet)
SOCIAL SECURITY TRUST FUNDS
Committee on Finance: Subcommittee on Social Security and Family Policy 
held hearings to examine the current and future state of the Social 
Security Old Age and Survivors Insurance and Disability Insurance Trust 
Funds, receiving testimony from Shirley S. Chater, Commissioner of 
Social Security, Steven Goss, Deputy Chief Actuary, and Stephen G. 
Kellison and Marilyn Moon, both Members of the Board of Trustees of the 
Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and Disability Insurance Trust 
Funds, all of Social Security Administration.
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                        House of Representatives


Chamber Action
Bills Introduced: 67 public bills, H.R. 3950-3974 and H.R. 3976-4017; 1 
private bill, H.R. 3975; and 11 resolutions, H.J. Res. 188, H. Con. 
Res. 208-210, and H. Res. 509-515 were introduced.
  Pages H9921-24
Reports Filed: Reports were filed as follows:
  Laws Related to Federal Financial Management (H. Rept. 104-745);
  Protecting the Nation's Blood Supply from Infectious Agents: The Need 
for New Standards to Meet New Threats (H. Rept. 104-746);
  Health Care Fraud: All Public and Private Payers Need Federal 
Criminal Anti-Fraud Protections (H. Rept. 104-747);
  A Two-Year Review of the White House Communications Agency Reveals 
Major Mismanagement, Lack of Accountability, and Significant Mission 
Creep (H. Rept. 104-748);
  Investigation into the Activities of Federal Law Enforcement Agencies 
toward the Branch Davidians (H. Rept. 104-749);
  H.R. 3719, to amend the Small Business Act and the Small Business 
Investment Act of 1958, amended (H. Rept. 104-750);
  H.R. 3056, to permit a county-operated health insuring organization 
to qualify as an organization exempt from certain requirements 
otherwise applicable to health insuring organizations under the 
Medicaid program notwithstanding that the organization enrolls Medicaid 
beneficiaries residing in another county (H. Rept. 104-751);
  H.R. 3871, to waive temporarily the Medicaid enrollment composition 
rule for certain health maintenance organizations (H. Rept. 104-752);
  H.R. 447, to establish a toll free number in the Department of 
Commerce to assist consumers in determining if products are American-
made, amended (H. Rept. 104-753); and
  H.R. 3553, to amend the Federal Trade Commission Act to authorize 
appropriations for the Federal Trade Commission (H. Rept. 104-754). 
                                                             Page H9921
Speaker Pro Tempore: Read a letter from the Speaker wherein he 
designated Representative Collins of Georgia to act as Speaker pro 
tempore for today.
  Page H9837
Small Business Job Protection and Minimum Wage Increase: By a yea-and-
nay vote of 354 yeas to 72 nays, Roll No. 398, the House agreed to the 
conference report on H.R. 3448, to provide tax relief for small 
businesses, to protect jobs, to create opportunities, and to increase 
the take home pay of workers.
  Pages H9846-62
  H. Res. 503, the rule providing for consideration of the conference 
report was agreed to earlier by a voice vote.
Pages H9839-46
Safe Drinking Water Act: By a yea-and-nay vote of 392 yeas to 30 nays, 
Roll No. 399, the House agreed to the conference report on S. 1316, to 
amend title XIV of the Public Health Service Act commonly known as the 
``Safe Drinking Water Act''.
  Pages H9863-77
  H. Res. 507, the rule providing for consideration of the conference 
report was agreed to earlier by a voice vote.
Pages H9862-63
Aviation Security and Antiterrorism: By a recorded vote of 389 ayes to 
22 noes, Roll No. 401, the House voted to suspend the rules and pass 
H.R. 3953, an act to combat terrorism.
  Pages H9886-96
  The Clerk was authorized to correct section numbers, cross-
references, and punctuation, and to make such stylistic, clerical, 
technical, conforming, and other changes as may be necessary in the 
engrossment of the bill.
Page H9897
  H. Res. 508, the rule providing for consideration of the motion to 
suspend the rules and pass the bill was agreed to earlier by yea-and-
nay vote of 228 yeas to 189 nays, Roll No. 400.
Pages H9877-86
Legislative Program: The Majority Leader announced the legislative 
program for a week of September 2.
  Page H9897
Committee Election: Agreed to H. Res. 509, electing Representatives 
Funderburk to the Committee on Agriculture.
  Page H9897
Calendar Wednesday: Agreed to dispense with Calendar Wednesday business 
of September 4.
  Page H9897
Resignations--Appointments: Agreed that notwithstanding any adjournment 
of the House until Wednesday, September 4, 1996, the Speaker and the 
Minority Leader be authorized to accept resignations and to make 
appointment authorized by law or by the House.
  Page H9897
Extension of Remarks: Agreed that for today all members be permitted to 
extend their remarks and to include extraneous material in that section 
of the Record entitled ``Extension of Remarks''.
  Page H9897
Designation of Speaker Pro Tempore: Read and accepted a letter from the 
Speaker wherein he designates Representative Wolf or, if not available 
to perform this duty, Representative Morella to act as

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Speaker pro tempore to sign enrolled bills and joint resolutions 
through Wednesday, September 4, 1996.
  Page H9897
Enrollment Correction: Agreed to H. Con. Res. 208, directing the Clerk 
of the House of Representatives to make a correction in the enrollment 
of H.R. 3103.
  Pages H9897-98
Representational Allowance: The House agreed to the Senate amendment to 
H.R. 2739, to provide for a representational allowance for Members of 
the House of Representatives, to make technical and conforming changes 
to sundry provisions of law in consequence of administrative reforms in 
the House of Representatives--clearing the measure for the President. 
                                                             Page H9898
Congressional Accountability Act: House agreed to H. Res. 504, 
approving certain regulations to implement provisions of the 
Congressional Accountability Act of 1995 relating to labor-management 
relations with respect to employing offices and covered employees of 
the House of Representatives.
  Page H9898
Congressional Accountability Act: House agreed to H. Con. Res. 207, 
approving certain regulations to implement provisions of the 
Congressional Accountability Act of 1995 relating to labor-management 
relations with respect to covered employees, other than employees of 
the House of Representatives and employees of the Senate. 
                                                         Pages H9898-99
Inaugural Ceremonies: House agreed to S. Con. Res. 47, for a Joint 
Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies.
Inaugural Ceremonies: S. Con. Res. 48, authorizing the rotunda of the 
United States Capitol to be used on January 20, 1997, in connection 
with the proceedings and ceremonies for the inauguration of the 
President-elect and the Vice-President-elect of the United States. 
                                                             Page H9899
  Ronald H. Brown Federal Building: The House passed H.R. 3560, to 
designate the Federal building located at 290 Broadway in New York, New 
York, as the ``Ronald H. Brown Federal Building''.90[D02AU6-
78]D873 Agreed to
  Agreed to the Committee amendment in the nature of a substitute. 
                                                 AU6-7Pages H9899-H9900
  Sam M. Gibbons United States Courthouse: The House passed H.R. 3710, 
to designate a United States courthouse located in Tampa, Florida, as 
the ``Sam M. Gibbons United States Courthouse''.90[D02AU6-
79]D873 Agreed to
  Agreed to the Committee amendment in the nature of a substitute. 
                                                    AU6-7Pages H9900-01
  Agreed to amend the title.
Page H9901
  Senate Messages: Messages received from the Senate today appear on 
page H9837.
  Quorum Calls--Votes: Three yea-and-nay votes and one recorded vote 
developed during the proceedings of the House today and appear on pages 
H9862, H9876-77, and H9896. There were no quorum calls.
  Adjournment: Met at 9 a.m. and pursuant to the provisions of H. Con. 
Res. 203, adjourned at 7:05 p.m. until 12 noon on Wednesday, September 
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 JUVENILE CRIME CONTROL AND DELINQUENCY PREVENTION ACT
Committee on Economic and Educational Opportunities: Ordered reported 
amended H.R. 3876, Juvenile Crime Control and Delinquency Prevention 
Act.
VIOLENT YOUTH CRIME ACT
Committee on the Judiciary: Continued markup of H.R. 3565, Violent 
Youth Crime Act of 1996.
  Committee recessed subject to call.


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                       Next Meeting of the SENATE
                     11 a.m., Tuesday, September 3
                            __________
                            
                             Senate Chamber
Program for Tuesday: After the recognition of two Senators for speeches 
and the transaction of any morning business (not to extend beyond 2 
p.m.), Senate will begin consideration of H.R. 3666, VA/HUD 
Appropriations.
              Next Meeting of the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
                    12 noon, Wednesday, September 4
                            __________
                            
                             House Chamber
Program for Wednesday, September 4: Consideration of measures under 
Suspension of the Rules.
_______________________________________________________________________

            Extensions of Remarks, as inserted in this issue

                   HOUSE
       
     Abercrombie, Neil, Hawaii, E1498
     Ackerman, Gary L., N.Y., E1496
     Barcia, James A., Mich., E1462, E1464, E1467, E1470
     Barrett, Thomas M., Wis., E1500
     Bentsen, Ken, Tex., E1485
     Boehlert, Sherwood L., N.Y., E1484
     Chenoweth, Helen, Idaho, E1479
     Christensen, Jon, Nebr., E1499
     Clay, William (Bill), Mo., E1487
     Clayton, Eva M., N.C., E1485
     Collins, Cardiss, Ill., E1482, E1485, E1502
     Conyers, John, Jr., Mich., E1482
     Cox, Christopher, Calif., E1475
     Coyne, William J., Pa., E1479
     Cremeans, Frank A., Ohio, E1499
     DeLauro, Rosa L., Conn., E1491
     Dingell, John D., E1502
     Duncan, John J., Jr., Tenn., E1463, E1465
     Engel, Eliot L., N.Y., E1462, E1464, E1468, E1471
     Eshoo, Anna G., Calif., E1501
     Farr, Sam, Calif., E1498
     Fattah, Chaka, Pa., E1483
     Fields, Jack, Tex., E1463, E1466
     Forbes, Michael P., N.Y., E1467, E1471
     Franks, Bob, N.J., E1493
     Franks, Gary A., Conn., E1502
     Funderburk, David, N.C., E1461
     Geren, Pete, Tex., E1472, E1489
     Gillmor, Paul E., Ohio, E1484
     Gilman, Benjamin A., N.Y., E1474
     Greene, Enid, Utah, E1503
     Hamilton, Lee H., Ind., E1492, E1501
     Hansen, James V., Utah, E1493
     Hoyer, Steny H., Md., E1470, E1473, E1478, E1488
     Johnson, Eddie Bernice, Tex., E1467, E1469, E1472, E1475, 
     E1494
     Johnson, Nancy L., Conn., E1497
     Johnson, Tim, S. Dak., E1493
     Kim, Jay, Calif., E1473
     LaFalce, John J., N.Y., E1495
     Levin, Sander M., Mich., E1489
     Lewis, Jerry, Calif., E1501
     Lewis, John, Ga., E1500
     Lightfoot, Jim, Iowa, E1484
     McCarthy, Karen, Mo., E1495, E1501
     Maloney, Carolyn B., N.Y., E1477
     Manton, Thomas J., N.Y., E1482, E1489
     Menendez, Robert, N.J., E1463, E1465
     Millender-McDonald, Juanita, Calif., E1497
     Miller, George, Calif., E1489
     Morella, Constance A., Md., E1487
     Murtha, John P., Pa., E1497
     Neal, Richard E., Mass., E1497
     Ney, Robert W., Ohio, E1479
     Pastor, Ed, Ariz., E1477
     Payne, Donald M., N.J., E1472, E1504
     Petri, Thomas E., Wis., E1502
     Pomeroy, Earl, N. Dak., E1482
     Poshard, Glenn, Ill., E1473, E1496
     Rahall, Nick J., II, W. Va., E1498
     Richardson, Bill, N. Mex., E1475
     Salmon, Matt, Ariz., E1500
     Schaefer, Dan, Colo., E1499
     Schroeder, Patricia, Colo., E1486
     Serrano, Jose E., N.Y., E1476, E1496
     Skaggs, David E., Colo., E1464, E1466
     Smith, Christopher H., N.J., E1469
     Smith, Nick, Mich., E1494
     Solomon, Gerald B.H., N.Y., E1468, E1471, E1492, E1494
     Spratt, John M., Jr., S.C., E1480
     Stark, Fortney Pete, Calif., E1480
     Stokes, Louis, Ohio, E1462, E1464, E1468, E1471, E1482
     Stupak, Bart, Mich., E1475
     Tate, Randy, Wash., E1487
     Towns, Edolphus, N.Y., E1467, E1469, E1472, E1488, E1491, 
     E1496
     Underwood, Robert A., Guam, E1489
     Walker, Robert S., Pa., E1463, E1465, E1468, E1481
     Weldon, Curt, Pa., E1500
     Wolf, Frank R., Va., E1478
     Young, Don, Alaska, E1474 



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