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1. House of Representatives; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9725
2. DESIGNATION OF THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9725
3. PRAYER; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9725
4. THE JOURNAL; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9725
5. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9725
6. MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9725
7. ANNOUNCEMENT OF BILLS TO BE CONSIDERED UNDER SUSPENSION OF THE RULES TODAY; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9725
8. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9725
9. PRESENTATION OF THE FREEDOM WORKS AWARD TO JOE WHITE, FOUNDER OF KIDS ACROSS AMERICA; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9725
10. POINT OF ORDER; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9726
11. IT IS TIME FOR A NEW DIRECTION; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9726
12. IS THE PRESIDENT REALLY LIKE A CEO OF A CORPORATION?; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9726
13. VOTE AGAINST THE LABOR-HHS-EDUCATION APPROPRIATIONS BILL; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9726
14. TRUST, TRUTH AND ACCOUNTABILITY; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9727
15. SOMETHING IS WRONG WITH THIS POLICY; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9727
16. PRESIDENT THREATENS TO VETO SPENDING BILLS; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9727
17. VOTE NO ON THE OMNIBUS PARKS PORK BILL; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9727
18. MANAGED CARE REFORM; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9727
19. PINOCCHIO; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9727
20. LEGACY OF REPUBLICAN CONTROLLED CONGRESS; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9728
21. MORE GOOD NEWS: DOLLARS TO THE CLASSROOM REPEALS GOALS 2000; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9728
22. RUMORS OF GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9728
23. SAVE SOCIAL SECURITY; ELIMINATE MARRIAGE TAX PENALTY; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9728
24. MARCH FOR CUBAN FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9728
25. HOW THE U.N. AND THE CLINTON ADMINISTRATION IS CREATING A MORE DANGEROUS WORLD FOR ALL; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9728
26. TO SAVE THE PARTY, DEMOCRATS MUST VOTE TO IMPEACH; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9729
27. NO GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9729
28. CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 3694, INTELLIGENCE AUTHORIZATION ACT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1999; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9729
29. PERSONAL EXPLANATION; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9740
30. PERSONAL EXPLANATION; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9741
31. PERSONAL EXPLANATION; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9741
32. GENERAL LEAVE; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9741
33. ANNOUNCEMENT OF BILLS TO BE CONSIDERED UNDER SUSPENSION OF THE RULES TODAY; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9741
34. OMNIBUS NATIONAL PARKS AND PUBLIC LANDS ACT OF 1998; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9741
35. PERSONAL EXPLANATION; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9870
36. CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4104, TREASURY AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 1999; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9870
37. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9898
38. ANTIMICROBIAL REGULATION TECHNICAL CORRECTIONS ACT OF 1998; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9898
39. BORDOR SMOG REDUCTION ACT OF 1998; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9900
40. CHILD ONLINE PROTECTION ACT; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9902
41. MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9911
42. REPORT ON RESOLUTION WAIVING POINTS OF ORDER AGAINST CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4104, TREASURY AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 1999; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9911
43. REPORT ON RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTION 131, WAIVING ENROLLMENT REQUIREMENTS FOR REMAINDER OF 105TH CONGRESS WITH RESPECT TO ANY BILL OR JOINT RESOLUTION MAKING...; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9911
44. ANNOUNCEMENT REGARDING LEGISLATION TO BE CONSIDERED UNDER SUSPENSION OF THE RULES TODAY; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9911
45. WAIVING POINTS OF ORDER AGAINST CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4104, TREASURY AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 1999; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9911
46. MULTICHANNEL VIDEO COMPETITION AND CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT OF 1998; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9932
47. CORPORAL HAROLD GOMEZ POST OFFICE; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9937
48. MERVYN DYMALLY POST OFFICE BUILDING; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9938
49. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9939
50. CORPORAL HAROLD GOMEZ POST OFFICE; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9939
51. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9940
52. MERVYN DYMALLY POST OFFICE BUILDING; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9940
53. CONFERENCE REPORT ON H.R. 4104, TREASURY AND GENERAL GOVERNMENT APPROPRIATIONS ACT, 1999; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9941
54. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9942
55. ANNOUNCEMENT OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS TO BE CONSIDERED UNDER SUSPENSION OF THE RULES ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1998; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9942
56. CURT FLOOD ACT OF 1998; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9942
57. SONNY BONO COPYRIGHT TERM EXTENSION ACT; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9946
58. CONFERENE REPORT ON H.R. 3150, BANKRUPTCY REFORM ACT OF 1998; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9954
59. LIMITATION ON CLOSELY RELATED PERSONS SERVING AS FEDERAL JUDGES ON THE SAME COURT; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9985
60. ANNOUNCEMENT OF BILLS TO BE CONSIDERED UNDER SUSPENSION OF THE RULES ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1998; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9987
61. CRIME IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY ACT OF 1998; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9987
62. IDENTITY THEFT AND ASSUMPTION DETERRENCE ACT OF 1998; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9993
63. CRIME VICTIMS WITH DISABILITIES AWARENESS ACT; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9998
64. ENSURING FEDERAL FUNDS MADE AVAILABLE TO HIRE OR REHIRE LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS ARE USED IN MANNER THAT PRODUCES NET GAIN OF NUMBER OF LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS WHO PERFORM NONADMINISTRATIVE PUBLIC...; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH9999
65. IRISH PEACE PROCESS CULTURAL AND TRAINING PROGRAM ACT OF 1998; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10001
66. COMMUNICATION FROM THE HONORABLE WILLIAM D. DELAHUNT, MEMBER OF CONGRESS; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
67. SPECIAL ORDERS; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
68. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Hawaii (Mr. Abercrombie) is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
69. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from California (Mr. Riggs) is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
70. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentlewoman from Oregon (Ms. Furse) is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
71. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Michigan (Mr. Upton) is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
72. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Oregon (Mr. Blumenauer) is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
73. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentlewoman from Florida (Ms. Ros-Lehtinen) is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
74. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentlewoman from Texas (Ms. Jackson-Lee) is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
75. 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. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
76. 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. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
77. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Texas (Mr. Paul) is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
78. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Michigan (Mr. Conyers) is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
79. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Tennessee (Mr. Duncan) is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
80. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from American Samoa (Mr. Faleomavaega) is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
81. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Indiana (Mr. Souder) is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
82. The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentlewoman from New Jersey (Mrs. Roukema) is recognized for 5 minutes.; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
83. IN IMPEACHMENT INQUIRY DEBATE, LET MEMBERS PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THEIR COUNTRY, NOT TO THEIR PARTY; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10007
84. WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A DEMOCRAT; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10008
85. TOUGH PROBLEMS OF PROTECTIONISM; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10009
86. SPECIAL ORDERS GRANTED; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10009
87. EXTENSION OF REMARKS; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10009
88. ENROLLED BILLS SIGNED; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10009
89. SENATE ENROLLED BILL SIGNED; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10009
90. BILLS PRESENTED TO THE PRESIDENT; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10010
91. ADJOURNMENT; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10010
92. EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC.; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10010
93. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10010
94. TIME LIMITATION OF REFERRED BILL; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10010
95. PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10010
96. PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10011
97. ADDITIONAL SPONSORS; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10011
98. AMENDMENTS; Congressional Record Vol. 144, No. 139 | PDFH10012