Daily Digest/CONGRESSIONAL RECORD The public proceedings of each House of Congress, as reported by the Official Reporters thereof, are printed pursuant to directions of the Joint Committee...; Congressional Record Vol. 141, No. 214
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                       Next Meeting of the SENATE
                    11:55 a.m., Wednesday, January 3

                             Senate Chamber
Program for Wednesday: Senate will adjourn sine die.
  At 12 noon, Senate will convene the Second Session of the One Hundred 
Fourth Congress and, after the transaction of any morning business (not 
to extend beyond 12:30 p.m.), Senate may consider conference reports, 
if available, and any cleared legislative and executive business.

              Next Meeting of the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
                     12 noon, Wednesday, January 3

                             House Chamber
Program for Wednesday and the balance of the week: Adjourn First 
Session of the One Hundred Fourth Congress sine die.
  Convene Second Session of the One Hundred Fourth Congress at noon.
  Consideration of the following veto messages:
  1. H.R. 2076, Commerce, State, Justice, the Judiciary appropriations 
for fiscal year 1996;
  2. H.R. 1530, Department of Defense Authorization for fiscal year 
1996; and
  3. H.R. 1977, Interior Appropriations for fiscal year 1996.
  Further consideration of H.R. 2677, to require the Secretary of the 
Interior to accept from a State donations of services of State 
employees to perform, in a period of Government budgetary shutdown, 
otherwise authorized functions in any unit of the National Wildlife 
Refuge System or the National Park System.