PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS
(House of Representatives - October 17, 2001)

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                      PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

  Under clause 2 of rule XII, public bills and resolutions were 
introduced and severally referred, as follows:

           By Mr. KNOLLENBERG:
       H.R. 3149. A bill to increase compliance with the 
     registration requirement under the Military Selective Service 
     Act by providing a temporary amnesty period during which 
     persons who were required to present themselves for 
     registration under such Act, but failed to do so in 
     accordance with the time periods specified in Presidential 
     Proclamation Number 4771, may present themselves for 
     registration without fear of penalty; to the Committee on 
     Armed Services.
           By Mr. YOUNG of Alaska (for himself, Mr. Mica, Mr. 
             Petri, Mr. Coble, Mr. Duncan, Mr. Gilchrest, Mr. 
             Horn, Mr. Ehlers, Mr. Bachus, Mr. LaTourette, Mr. 
             Baker, Mr. Ney, Mr. Cooksey, Mr. Thune, Mr. LoBiondo, 
             Mr. Moran of Kansas, Mr. Pombo, Mr. DeMint, Mr. 
             Isakson, Mr. Hayes, Mr. Simmons, Mr. Brown of South 
             Carolina, Mr. Johnson of Illinois, Mr. Otter, Mr. 
             Culberson, Mr. Shuster, Mr. Rogers of Michigan, Mr. 
             Bereuter, Mr. Rehberg, and Mrs. Capito):
       H.R. 3150. A bill to improve aviation security, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Transportation and 
     Infrastructure, and in addition to the Committees on the 
     Budget, and Ways and Means, for a period to be subsequently 
     determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of 
     such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the 
     committee concerned.
           By Mr. GILMAN:
       H.R. 3151. A bill to prohibit United States nationals, 
     permanent resident aliens, or United States Government 
     agencies from entering into agreements with foreign persons 
     who prevent or inhibit a United States business from 
     undertaking a commercial activity, or otherwise discriminate 
     against the business, on the basis of the religious beliefs, 
     practices or associations, sexual orientation, race, or 
     gender of an individual associated with the United States 
     business, and for other purposes; to the Committee on 
     International Relations, and in addition to the Committees on 
     Financial Services, and the Judiciary, for a period to be 
     subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for 
     consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. ACEVEDO-VILA:
       H.R. 3152. A bill to direct the Secretary of the Army to 
     reassess the allocation of Federal and non-Federal costs for 
     construction of the Cerrillos Dam, Puerto Rico; to the 
     Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure.
           By Mr. BLAGOJEVICH:
       H.R. 3153. A bill to assist States in preparing for, and 
     responding to, biological or chemical terrorist attacks; to 
     the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
           By Mr. MALONEY of Connecticut (for himself, Mr. Taylor 
             of Mississippi, Mr. Reyes, Mr. Crowley, Mr. 
             Underwood, Mr. Larson of Connecticut, and Mrs. 
             Christensen):
       H.R. 3154. A bill to require the Secretary of Defense to 
     establish at least one Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil 
     Support Team in each State and at least one such team under 
     the direction of the National Guard Bureau; to the Committee 
     on Armed Services.
           By Ms. McKINNEY (for herself, Mr. Acevedo-Vila, Ms. 
             Baldwin, Mr. McDermott, Mr. Kucinich, and Ms. Lee):
       H.R. 3155. A bill to require the suspension of the use, 
     sale, development, production, testing, and export of 
     depleted uranium munitions pending the outcome of certain 
     studies of the health effects of such munitions, and for 
     other purposes; to the Committee on Armed Services, and in 
     addition to the Committees on Energy and Commerce, and 
     International Relations, for a period to be subsequently 
     determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of 
     such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the 
     committee concerned.
           By Mr. REYNOLDS:
       H.R. 3156. A bill to permit taxpayers to treat 
     contributions made to retirement plans before 2002 as 
     contributions made to such plans during 2002; to the 
     Committee on Ways and Means.
           By Mr. UNDERWOOD (for himself, Mr. Acevedo-Vila, Mrs. 
             Christensen, Mr. Faleomavaega, and Mr. Rodriguez):
       H.R. 3157. A bill to authorize the Secretary of Commerce to 
     establish a Travel and Tourism Promotion Bureau; to the 
     Committee on Energy and Commerce.
           By Ms. WATERS:
       H.R. 3158. A bill to amend title 18, United States Code, to 
     ensure that acts of torture, as proscribed by the Torture 
     Convention, are also recognized as criminal if committed in 
     the United States; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. WYNN:
       H.R. 3159. A bill to amend the Internal Revenue Code of 
     1986 and the Office of Federal Procurement Policy Act to 
     provide economic benefits to small businesses; to the 
     Committee on Ways and Means, and in addition to the 
     Committees on Government Reform, and Small Business, for a 
     period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each 
     case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the 
     jurisdiction of the committee concerned.
           By Mr. ARMEY:
       H. Con. Res. 251. Concurrent resolution providing for a 
     conditional adjournment of the House of Representatives and 
     conditional recess or adjournment of the Senate; considered 
     and agreed to.
           By Mr. FOSSELLA:
       H. Res. 269. A resolution expressing the sense of the House 
     of Representatives to honor the life and achievements of 19th 
     Century Italian-American inventor Antonio Meucci, and his 
     work in the invention of the telephone; to the Committee on 
     Government Reform.

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