House of Representatives

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1. House of Representatives | PDFH5217
2. THE JOURNAL | PDFH5217
3. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE | PDFH5217
4. WELCOMING THE REVEREND JOHN I. CAPLES, JR. | PDFH5217
5. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER | PDFH5217
6. CONGRATULATING NATHALIE McCRATE, CONGRESSIONAL ART COMPETITION WINNER | PDFH5217
7. SOARING GAS PRICES | PDFH5217
8. THE SECRET RESOURCES OF INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL, CREATIVITY, AND INNOVATION | PDFH5218
9. WHERE IS THE MAJORITY'S ENERGY PLAN? | PDFH5218
10. THE NEW GI BILL | PDFH5218
11. BRING DOWN GAS PRICES BY INCREASING SUPPLY | PDFH5218
12. AIRLINE REORGANIZATION THREATENING MEMPHIS BUSINESS COMMUNITY | PDFH5218
13. TAKING NEEDED ACTION ON ENERGY | PDFH5218
14. HONORING THE 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ORANGE COUNTY WATER DISTRICT | PDFH5219
15. WE HAVE A PLAN | PDFH5219
16. FALSE REPUBLICAN RHETORIC ON ENERGY SOLUTIONS | PDFH5219
17. FAILED ENERGY POLICY | PDFH5219
18. HISTORIC JUMP IN JOB LOSSES REQUIRES IMMEDIATE ACTION | PDFH5219
19. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE | PDFH5220
20. SUPPORT THE NO MORE EXCUSES ENERGY ACT | PDFH5220
21. HISTORIC JUMP IN JOB LOSSES DEMANDS IMMEDIATE ACTION | PDFH5220
22. RECOGNIZING THE EXTRAORDINARY CONTRIBUTIONS OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, DISASTER RESPONSE, ELECTED OFFICIALS, COMMUNITY LEADERS AND EVERYDAY HOOSIERS | PDFH5220
23. DC CENTRAL KITCHEN AND THE CAMPUS KITCHENS PROJECT | PDFH5220
24. INCREASING AMERICAN JOBS AND ENERGY PRODUCTION RESPONSIBLY | PDFH5220
25. DEMOCRATS TAKE ACTION ON RECORD HIGH GAS PRICES AT THE PUMP | PDFH5220
26. HURRICANE SEASON | PDFH5221
27. STRUGGLING TO FIND JOBS | PDFH5221
28. HAMMERED BY THE HIGH COST OF FUEL AND GASOLINE | PDFH5221
29. HIGH PRICE OF GASOLINE | PDFH5221
30. ENERGY PLAN | PDFH5221
31. REPUBLICAN LEADERS OPPOSE OUR EFFORTS TO LOWER RECORD HIGH GAS PRICES AT THE PUMP | PDFH5222
32. AMERICAN-MADE ENERGY | PDFH5222
33. AMERICAN-PRODUCED ENERGY | PDFH5222
34. DRILLING IN ANWR | PDFH5222
35. GENERAL LEAVE | PDFH5222
36. PASSENGER RAIL INVESTMENT AND IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 2008 | PDFH5222
37. AUTHORIZING THE CLERK TO MAKE CORRECTIONS IN ENGROSSMENT OF H.R. 6003, PASSENGER RAIL INVESTMENT AND IMPROVEMENT ACT OF 2008 | PDFH5265
38. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE | PDFH5265
39. IMPEACHING GEORGE W. BUSH, PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES, OF HIGH CRIMES AND MISDEMEANORS | PDFH5266
40. NATIONAL D-DAY REMEMBRANCE DAY | PDFH5266
41. MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE | PDFH5267
42. EMERGENCY EXTENDED UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION ACT OF 2008 | PDFH5267
43. EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES REGARDING REBATE CHECKS | PDFH5276
44. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE | PDFH5279
45. EMERGENCY EXTENDED UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION ACT OF 2008 | PDFH5279
46. EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES REGARDING REBATE CHECKS | PDFH5279
47. RESOLUTION RAISING A QUESTION OF THE PRIVILEGES OF THE HOUSE | PDFH5280
48. PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 6063, NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2008 | PDFH5287
49. AUTHORITY TO ACCEPT DIESEL EMISSION REDUCTION SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS | PDFH5294
50. CAROLINE PRYCE WALKER CONQUER CHILDHOOD CANCER ACT OF 2008 | PDFH5296
51. PERSONAL EXPLANATION | PDFH5300
52. REPORT ON RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 5749, EMERGENCY EXTENDED UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION ACT OF 2008 | PDFH5300
53. SPECIAL ORDERS | PDFH5301
54.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Texas (Mr. Poe) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH5301
55. U.S. OPEN BEGINS PLAY TOMORROW | PDFH5301
56. STATE OF THE NATIONAL ECONOMY | PDFH5301
57.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Kansas (Mr. Moran) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH5302
58. THE ENERGY CRISIS AND THE AMERICAN ECONOMY | PDFH5302
59.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentlewoman from California (Ms. Woolsey) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH5303
60. AMERICA NEEDS TO RECAPTURE ITS INDEPENDENCE FROM FOREIGN INTERESTS | PDFH5303
61.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentlewoman from North Carolina (Ms. Foxx) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH5304
62. TAXES | PDFH5304
63.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Oregon (Mr. DeFazio) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH5304
64.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Michigan (Mr. McCotter) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH5304
65.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from California (Mr. George Miller) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH5304
66.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Arizona (Mr. Franks) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH5304
67.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Kentucky (Mr. Yarmuth) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH5304
68.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Georgia (Mr. Westmoreland) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH5304
69.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Texas (Mr. Conaway) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH5304
70. ENERGY DEVELOPMENT | PDFH5304
71. 30-SOMETHING WORKING GROUP | PDFH5310
72. DEVELOP ENERGY IN THE UNITED STATES | PDFH5317
73. A NEW ENERGY POLICY FOR THE COUNTRY | PDFH5322
74. LEAVE OF ABSENCE | PDFH5326
75. SPECIAL ORDERS GRANTED | PDFH5326
76. ADJOURNMENT | PDFH5326
77. EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC. | PDFH5326
78. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS | PDFH5327
79. PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS | PDFH5327
80. MEMORIALS | PDFH5328
81. ADDITIONAL SPONSORS | PDFH5328
82. PETITIONS, ETC. | PDFH5329