MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 106
(House of Representatives - July 31, 1998)

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                        MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE

  A message from the Senate by Mr. Lundregan, one of its clerks, 
announced that the Senate had passed without amendment bills of the 
House of the following titles:

       H.R. 872. An act to establish rules governing product 
     liability actions against raw materials and bulk component 
     suppliers to medical device manufacturers, and for other 
     purposes.
       H.R. 1085. An act to revise, codify, and enact without 
     substantive change certain general and permanent laws, 
     related to patriotic and national observances, ceremonies, 
     and organizations, as title 36, United States Code, 
     ``Patriotic and National Observances, Ceremonies, and 
     Organizations.''
       H.R. 3731. An act to designate the auditorium located 
     within the Sandia Technology Transfer Center in Albuquerque, 
     New Mexico, as the ``Steve Schiff Auditorium.''

  The message also announced that the Senate had passed with amendments 
in which the concurrence of the House is requested, bills of the House 
of the following titles:

       H.R. 1702. An act to encourage the development of a 
     commercial space industry in the United States, and for other 
     purposes.
       H.R. 2920. An act to amend the Illegal Immigration Reform 
     and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 to modify the 
     requirements for implementation of an entry-exit control 
     system.

  The message also announced that the Senate agrees to the report of 
the committee of conference on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses 
on the amendment of the Senate to the bill (H.R. 1385) ``An Act to 
consolidate, coordinate, and improve employment, training, literacy, 
and vocational rehabilitation programs in the United States, and for 
other purposes.''.
  The message also announced that the Senate had passed bills and a 
concurrent resolution of the following titles, in which concurrence of 
the House is requested:

       S. 53. An act to require the general application of the 
     antitrust laws to major league baseball, and for other 
     purposes.
       S. 314. An act to provide a process for identifying the 
     functions of the Federal Government that are not inherently 
     governmental functions, and for other purposes.
       S. 512. An act to amend chapter 47 of title 18, United 
     States Code, relating to identity fraud, and for other 
     purposes.
       S. 1134. An act granting the consent and approval of 
     Congress to an interstate forest fire protection compact.
       S. 1700. An act to designate the headquarters building of 
     the Department of Housing and Urban Development in 
     Washington, District of Columbia, as the ``Robert C. Weaver 
     Federal Building.''
       S. 2112. An act to make the Occupational Safety and Health 
     Act of 1970 applicable to the United States Postal Service in 
     the same manner as any other employer.
       S. 2344. An act to amend the Agricultural Market Transition 
     Act to provide for the advance payment, in full, of the 
     fiscal year 1999 payments otherwise required under production 
     flexibility contracts.
       S. Con. Res. 115. Concurrent resolution to authorize the 
     printing of copies of the publication entitled ``The United 
     States Capitol'' as a Senate document.




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