ANNOUNCEMENT OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS TO BE CONSIDERED UNDER SUSPENSION OF THE RULES ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1998; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139
(House of Representatives - October 07, 1998)

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ANNOUNCEMENT OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS TO BE CONSIDERED UNDER SUSPENSION 
               OF THE RULES ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1998

  Mr. HULSHOF. Mr. Speaker, pursuant to H. Res. 575, I announce the 
following suspensions to be considered on Thursday October 8:
  H.R. 4364, Depository Institution Regulatory Streamlining Act of 
1998;
  H. Res. 578, Science Policy Report;
  H. Res. 565, Mammograms;
  H.R. 2263, Theodore Roosevelt;
  H.R. 4506, International Child Labor Relief Act of 1998;
  H.R. 4660, To Provide Rewards for Information Leading to the Arrest 
or Conviction of Any Individual for the Commission of an Act, or 
Conspiracy to Act, of International Terrorism, Narcotics Related 
Offenses, or for Serious Violations of International Humanitarian Law 
Relating to the Former Yugoslavia;
  H. Con. Res. 320, Supporting the Baltic People of Estonia, Latvia, 
and Lithuania, and Condemning the Nazi Soviet Pact of Non-Aggression of 
August 23, 1939;
  H. Res. 557, Expressing Support for U.S. Government Efforts to 
Identify Holocaust Era Assets, Urging the Restitution of Individual and 
Communal Property;
  H. Con. Res. 331, Expressing the Sense of Congress Concerning the 
Inadequacy of Sewage Infrastructure Facilities in Tijuana, Mexico;
  H. Con. Res. 309, Condemning the Forced Abduction of Ugandan Children 
and Their Use As Soldiers;
  H.R. 3874, William F. Goodling Child Nutrition Reauthorization Act of 
1998;
  S. 2206, Coats Human Services Reauthorization Act of 1998;
  S.J. Res. 51;
  S. 1021;
  H.R. 2281, WIPO; and
  H.R. 2109, Campaign Finance Sunshine.

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