House of Representatives

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1. House of Representatives | PDFH1645
2. DESIGNATION OF SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE | PDFH1645
3. MORNING HOUR DEBATES | PDFH1645
4. CRANE-RANGEL PROVIDES INCENTIVES TO KEEP MANUFACTURING IN U.S. | PDFH1645
5. NEGLECT OF NATION'S FINANCES THREATENS AMERICA | PDFH1646
6. REAUTHORIZATION OF SURFACE TRANSPORTATION ACT | PDFH1646
7. REQUIRE OPEC TO FOLLOW THE LAW | PDFH1647
8. THE BUDGET | PDFH1647
9. MEDICARE | PDFH1648
10. HONORING JOSEPH FORD | PDFH1648
11. RECESS | PDFH1649
12. AFTER RECESS | PDFH1649
13. PRAYER | PDFH1649
14. THE JOURNAL | PDFH1649
15. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE | PDFH1649
16. SALUTING CITIZENS OF PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY, VIRGINIA, ON THE 250TH ANNIVERSARY OF ITS FOUNDING | PDFH1649
17. KICKING THE RECOVERY INTO HIGH GEAR | PDFH1649
18. WE HAVE REASON TO BE SKEPTICAL OF RICHARD CLARKE | PDFH1649
19. HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AN IMPORTANT COMPONENT OF MEDICARE MODERNIZATION ACT | PDFH1650
20. MEDICARE | PDFH1650
21. PRESCRIPTION DRUG PRICES | PDFH1650
22. UNBORN VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE ACT HEADING TO PRESIDENT'S DESK | PDFH1650
23. PRICE OF GAS HITS ALL-TIME HIGH | PDFH1650
24. IN SUPPORT OF AMENDMENT TO THE TRANSPORTATION BILL | PDFH1650
25. APPOINTMENT OF CONFEREES ON S. CON. RES. 95, CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ON THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2005 | PDFH1651
26. THE JOURNAL | PDFH1659
27. PERSONAL EXPLANATION | PDFH1660
28. MOTION TO INSTRUCT CONFEREES ON S. CON. RES. 95, CONCURRENT RESOLUTION ON THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2005 | PDFH1660
29. PERSONAL EXPLANATION | PDFH1661
30. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE | PDFH1661
31. WELCOMING THE ACCESSION OF BULGARIA, ESTONIA, LATVIA, LITHUANIA, ROMANIA, SLOVAKIA, AND SLOVENIA TO THE NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION | PDFH1661
32. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE APPROPRIATIONS AUTHORIZATION ACT, FISCAL YEARS 2004 THROUGH 2006 | PDFH1666
33. WELFARE REFORM EXTENSION ACT OF 2004 | PDFH1683
34. SCHOOL LUNCH AND CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAMS REAUTHORIZATION | PDFH1686
35. GENERAL LEAVE | PDFH1688
36. REIMBURSING MEMBERS OF UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES FOR CERTAIN TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES | PDFH1688
37. ESTABLISHING CAMPAIGN MEDALS TO BE AWARDED TO MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES PARTICIPATING IN OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM OR OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM | PDFH1690
38. CONGRATULATING THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY ON ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY | PDFH1693
39. PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 3966, ROTC AND MILITARY RECRUITER EQUAL ACCESS TO CAMPUS ACT OF 2004 | PDFH1695
40. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE | PDFH1701
41. WELCOMING THE ACCESSION OF BULGARIA, ESTONIA, LATVIA, LITHUANIA, ROMANIA, SLOVAKIA AND SLOVENIA TO THE NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION | PDFH1701
42. REIMBURSING MEMBERS OF UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES FOR CERTAIN TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES | PDFH1701
43. ROTC AND MILITARY RECRUITER EQUAL ACCESS TO CAMPUS ACT OF 2004 | PDFH1702
44. GENERAL LEAVE | PDFH1712
45. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE | PDFH1712
46. ESTABLISHING CAMPAIGN MEDALS TO BE AWARDED TO MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES PARTICIPATING IN OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM OR OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM | PDFH1712
47. CONGRATULATING THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY ON ITS 50TH ANNIVERSARY | PDFH1712
48. REPORT ON RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H. RES. 581, SENSE OF HOUSE REGARDING RULES OF COMPENSATION FOR CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES AND MEMBERS OF THE UNIFORMED SERVICES OF THE UNITED STATES | PDFH1713
49. MAKING IN ORDER AT ANY TIME CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 3550, TRANSPORTATION EQUITY ACT: A LEGACY FOR USERS | PDFH1713
50. REFUSAL OF THE HOUSE TO EXTEND UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION BENEFITS | PDFH1713
51. COMMUNICATION FROM THE DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF PERSONNEL AND BENEFITS, OFFICE OF THE CHIEF ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER | PDFH1713
52. SPECIAL ORDERS | PDFH1714
53. TALE OF TWO BUDGETS | PDFH1714
54.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentlewoman from Florida (Ms. Ros-Lehtinen) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH1714
55. MEDICARE MODERNIZATION ACT | PDFH1714
56. MEDICARE PRESCRIPTION DRUG BILL | PDFH1715
57.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Indiana (Mr. Burton) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH1715
58. ORDER OF BUSINESS | PDFH1716
59. OUTSOURCING AND FREE TRADE | PDFH1716
60.  The SPEAKER pro tempore (Mr. Kline). Under a previous order of the House, the gentlewoman from the District of Columbia (Ms. Norton) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH1716
61. PUTTING AMERICA'S WORKERS FIRST | PDFH1716
62.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Indiana (Mr. Souder) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH1717
63. CHILDREN'S EXPRESS LANE TO HEALTH COVERAGE ACT | PDFH1717
64.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from New York (Mr. Hinchey) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH1717
65. FREE/FAIR TRADE AND UNEMPLOYMENT | PDFH1717
66.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Michigan (Mr. Conyers) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH1718
67.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Arizona (Mr. Flake) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH1718
68. GASOLINE PRICE HIKES | PDFH1718
69.  The SPEAKER pro tempore (Mr. Kline). Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Ohio (Mr. Strickland) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH1718
70. RESIGNATION AS MEMBER OF COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE | PDFH1718
71. PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION | PDFH1718
72. U.S. ENERGY POLICY MEANS LOWER PRICES AND MORE JOBS | PDFH1723
73. IRAQ WATCH | PDFH1729
74. PREDICAMENT WE ARE FACING WITH SOCIAL SECURITY AND MEDICARE | PDFH1733
75. LEAVE OF ABSENCE | PDFH1737
76. SPECIAL ORDERS GRANTED | PDFH1737
77. ADJOURNMENT | PDFH1738
78. EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC. | PDFH1738
79. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS | PDFH1738
80. PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS | PDFH1739
81. PRIVATE BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS | PDFH1740
82. ADDITIONAL SPONSORS | PDFH1740