House of Representatives

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1. The House met at 10 a.m. and was called to order by the Speaker pro tempore (Mrs. Tauscher). | PDFH199
2. DESIGNATION OF THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE | PDFH199
3. PRAYER | PDFH199
4. THE JOURNAL | PDFH199
5. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE | PDFH199
6. MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE | PDFH199
7. WELCOMING REV. DR. SILVESTER S. BEAMAN | PDFH199
8. APPOINTMENT OF MEMBERS TO SELECT COMMITTEE ON ENERGY INDEPENDENCE AND GLOBAL WARMING | PDFH199
9. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE | PDFH200
10. HONORING THE SOUTH COBB HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND | PDFH200
11. THE TWIN TRIBES OF TERROR: HAMAS & HEZBOLLAH | PDFH200
12. GAINING CONTROL OF AMERICA'S MONETARY SYSTEM | PDFH200
13. SCHIP | PDFH200
14. SCHIP | PDFH200
15. OBJECTIVE MEDIA REPORTING | PDFH200
16. SCHIP | PDFH201
17. WEYERHAEUSER OF ELKIN MARKS ONE MILLION ACCIDENT-FREE HOURS | PDFH201
18. SCHIP IS MORE IMPORTANT NOW THAN EVER | PDFH201
19. EXPAND SCHIP SENSIBLY | PDFH201
20. COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION REFORM IS NEEDED | PDFH201
21. KEEP THE F-22 PRODUCTION LINE OPEN | PDFH201
22. REAL CHANGE FOR AMERICA | PDFH202
23. CONGRATULATIONS GATOR NATION | PDFH202
24. TODAY IS A GOOD DAY FOR AMERICAN FAMILIES | PDFH202
25. SUPPORT AMERICA'S FUTURE BY PASSING SCHIP LEGISLATION | PDFH202
26. MONEY SPENT ON SCHIP IS MONEY WELL SPENT | PDFH202
27. SCHIP LEGISLATION IS VITAL LEGISLATION | PDFH202
28. CONGRESS NEEDS TO EXPAND HEALTH CARE COVERAGE TO CHILDREN | PDFH202
29. DATA AMENDMENT | PDFH203
30. SCHIP | PDFH203
31. INVESTING IN AMERICA'S COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE | PDFH203
32. PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 2, CHILDREN'S HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM REAUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2009 | PDFH203
33. ELECTING A MINORITY MEMBER TO A STANDING COMMITTEE | PDFH216
34. CHILDREN'S HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM REAUTHORIZATION ACT OF 2009 | PDFH216
35. ANNOUNCEMENT BY THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE | PDFH268
36. REQUIRING COMMITTEES TO INVESTIGATE REPORTS OF WASTE, FRAUD, ABUSE, OR MISMANAGEMENT | PDFH268
37. PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 384, TARP REFORM AND ACCOUNTABILITY ACT OF 2009 | PDFH273
38. REQUIRING COMMITTEES TO INVESTIGATE REPORTS OF WASTE, FRAUD, ABUSE, OR MISMANAGEMENT | PDFH281
39. PERSONAL EXPLANATION | PDFH281
40. GENERAL LEAVE | PDFH282
41. TARP REFORM AND ACCOUNTABILITY ACT OF 2009 | PDFH282
42. REPORT ON RESOLUTION PROVIDING FOR FURTHER CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 384, TARP REFORM AND ACCOUNTABILITY ACT OF 2009 | PDFH290
43. PROVIDING FOR ATTENDANCE AT INAUGURAL CEREMONIES ON JANUARY 20, 2009 | PDFH290
44. TARP REFORM AND ACCOUNTABILITY ACT OF 2009 | PDFH290
45. INJUSTICE OF THE IMPRISONMENT OF IGNACIO RAMOS AND JOSE COMPEAN | PDFH299
46. SPECIAL ORDERS | PDFH299
47. MORAL CLARITY--ISRAEL VS. HAMAS | PDFH299
48.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Maryland (Mr. Cummings) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH299
49. ENERGY | PDFH299
50.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from North Carolina (Mr. Jones) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH300
51. HONORING CORPORAL JONATHAN YALE AND LANCE CORPORAL JORDAN HAERTER | PDFH300
52. HERE WE GO AGAIN: THE SECOND HALF OF THE BANK BAILOUT | PDFH301
53. WINSTON-SALEM DASH--WINSTON-SALEM'S NEW MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL TEAM | PDFH302
54.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Indiana (Mr. Burton) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH303
55.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentlewoman from California (Ms. Woolsey) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH303
56.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Arizona (Mr. Franks) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH303
57.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Oregon (Mr. DeFazio) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH303
58.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from California (Mr. Sherman) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH303
59.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Virginia (Mr. Wolf) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH303
60.  The SPEAKER pro tempore. Under a previous order of the House, the gentleman from Arkansas (Mr. Boozman) is recognized for 5 minutes. | PDFH303
61. THE ECONOMY IN AMERICA | PDFH303
62. HISTORY OF ISRAEL-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT | PDFH311
63. REQUESTING A PARDON OR COMMUTATION OF SENTENCE FOR JOSE COMPEAN AND IGNACIO RAMOS | PDFH317
64. SPECIAL ORDERS GRANTED | PDFH321
65. SENATE BILL REFERRED | PDFH321
66. ADJOURNMENT | PDFH321
67. EXECUTIVE COMMUNICATIONS, ETC. | PDFH321
68. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES ON PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS | PDFH323
69. PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS | PDFH323
70. ADDITIONAL SPONSORS | PDFH325
71. CONGRESSIONAL EARMARKS, LIMITED TAX BENEFITS, OR LIMITED TARIFF BENEFITS | PDFH326
72. PETITIONS, ETC. | PDFH326