DISCRIMINATION

DISCRIMINATION

DISCRIMINATION

Addresses

Bar Mitzvah: Luke Cohen, E946 [28JN]

Honoring Black Europeans—African Descent Week: Representative Hastings, E783 [6JN]

Amendments

Americans With Disabilities Act: promote compliance through education, clarify requirements for demand letters, and provide for a notice and cure period before commencement of a private civil action (H.R. 620), H1193, H1194, H1195, H1196, H1197 [15FE]

——— promote compliance through education, clarify requirements for demand letters, and provide for a notice and cure period before commencement of a private civil action (H.R. 620), consideration (H. Res. 736), H1144 [14FE]

Crime: increase Federal penalties for violent threats against community centers with religious affiliation (S. 994), S6032 [4SE]

International Women’s Day: support goals (S. Res. 426), S2280 [18AP]

Analyses

Congressional Accountability Act of 1995 Reform Act (H.R. 4924), H811 [6FE]

Articles and editorials

He Is a Member of a Violent White Supremacist Group—So Why Is He Working for a Defense Contractor With a Security Clearance?, H6145–H6147 [12JY]

Bills and resolutions

Abortion: prohibit discrimination against the unborn on the basis of sex (see S. 2326), S348 [19JA]

African Americans: increase upward social mobility of Black families and help ensure equal protection under the law (see H.R. 5785), H3935 [11MY]

Americans With Disabilities Act: promote compliance through education, clarify requirements for demand letters, and provide for a notice and cure period before commencement of a private civil action (H.R. 620), consideration (see H. Res. 736), H1125 [13FE]

Architectural Barriers Act: anniversary (see H. Res. 1041), H7747 [7AU]

Aviation: require air carrier passengers with service animals to adhere to a standard of service animal behavior training, amend definition of service animal, and penalize misrepresentations about a service animal (see S. 2738), S2391 [24AP]

Bureau of the Census: prohibit use of questions on citizenship, nationality, or immigration status in a decennial census (see H.R. 4906), H732 [30JA]

Civil rights: declassify documents from civil rights cold cases and establish a civil rights cold case record collection and the Cold Case Records Review Board (see S. 3191), S4875 [10JY]

Colleges and universities: prohibit discrimination in higher education against certain undocumented students on the basis of immigration status (see H.R. 6525), H7686 [25JY]

Congressional Office of Compliance: reform procedures for investigation and resolution of claims alleging employing offices have violated rights and protections of employees, including protections against sexual harassment (see S. 2401), S704 [7FE] (see S. 2872), S2773 [17MY] (see S. 2952), S2923 [24MY] (see H.R. 4822), H552 [18JA] (see H.R. 4924), H783 [5FE]

——— require public disclosure and reimbursement of payments for awards and settlements due to improper conduct (see S. 3453), S6189 [17SE]

Crime: prohibit gay and trans panic defense (see S. 3188), S4875 [10JY] (see H.R. 6358), H6173 [12JY]

——— specify lynching as a hate crime (see S. 3178), S4734 [28JN] (see H.R. 6086), H5152 [13JN]

——— support efforts to raise awareness and address needs of sexual assault survivors from historically and currently disenfranchised and underserved communities (see S. Res. 487), S2485 [26AP] (see H. Res. 854), H3706 [26AP]

Dept. of Commerce: transmit documents and Dept. of Justice letter relative to decision to include a question on citizenship in the decennial census (see H. Res. 877), H3833 [8MY]

Dept. of Education: address and take action to prevent bullying and harassment of students in schools (see S. 2572), S1844 [20MR]

——— establish competitive grant program to award grants to local educational agencies to address implicit bias in elementary and secondary schools (see H.R. 6765), H8107 [10SE]

——— report annually the Federal civil rights violations of educational institutions (see H.R. 6537), H7687 [25JY]

——— support educational entities in fully implementing Title IX and reducing and preventing sex discrimination in all areas of education (see S. 3110), S4343 [21JN] (see H.R. 6184), H5505 [21JN]

Dept. of HHS: abolish Conscience and Religious Freedom division within Office of Civil Rights (see H.R. 5123), H1333 [27FE]

Dept. of Homeland Security: require border patrol and immigration enforcement agents document all stops and searches of persons suspected of being in the U.S. illegally and make such information publicly available (see S. 2832), S2623 [10MY] (see H.R. 5991), H4738 [1JN]

Dept. of HUD: make housing more affordable (see S. 3503), S6341 [26SE]

——— prohibit discrimination in a residential real estate-related transaction because all or part of the person’s income derives from a source located in Puerto Rico or any other U.S. territory (see H.R. 6209), H5648 [25JN]

——— restore fair housing mission (see H.R. 6220), H5748 [26JN]

Dept. of Labor: report on gender pay gap in the teenage labor force (see H.R. 6284), H5974 [28JN]

Dept. of State: establish a Special Envoy for the Human Rights of LGBTI Peoples in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor (see S. 3020), S3293 [7JN] (see H.R. 6033), H4979 [7JN]

Dept. of the Treasury: conduct study to identify disparities between communities in auto insurance costs and payout amounts based on predominant racial makeup of such communities (see H.R. 4885), H629 [25JA]

Disabled: clarify definition of competitive integrated employment to increase career opportunities (see H.R. 5658), H3741 [27AP]

Education: enforce Civil Rights Act sections that prohibit racial discrimination in education and restore private right of action in cases involving disparate impact (see H. Res. 902), H4209 [17MY]

——— provide for consideration of a definition of anti-Semitism for enforcement of Federal antidiscrimination laws relative to education programs or activities (see S. 2940), S2877 [23MY] (see H.R. 5924), H4692 [23MY]

Employment: extend age discrimination protections to additional employees (see H.R. 6811), H8725 [13SE]

——— prohibit agreements between employers that directly restrict the current or future employment of any employee (see H.R. 5632), H3705 [26AP]

——— require that individuals who perform work for employers as independent contractors be treated as employees relative to civil rights laws (see H.R. 4972), H974 [7FE]

——— strengthen protections for employees experiencing harassment in the workplace, including sexual harassment and assault and harassment based on protected categories (see S. 2994), S2991 [5JN] (see H.R. 6406), H6463 [17JY]

Equal Pay Day: observance (see H. Con. Res. 117), H3095 [10AP]

Europe: commend history and achievements of people of African descent and Black Europeans, promote racial equality, and combat discrimination (see H. Res. 925), H4849 [6JN]

Fair Housing Month: support goals and ideals (see H. Res. 817), H3147 [11AP]

Families and domestic relations: prevent adverse treatment of any person on the basis of views held with respect to marriage (see S. 2525), S1578 [8MR]

Farrakhan, Louis: condemn promotion of ideas that create animosity and anger toward Jews and the Jewish religion and all expressions of racism, anti-Semitism, and ethnic or religious intolerance (see H. Res. 772), H1542 [13MR]

Federal agencies and departments: submit reports on security clearances to individuals by reason of the individuals’ affiliation with hate groups (see H.R. 6359), H6173 [12JY]

Federal contracts: require sexual harassment training for employees of Federal contractors (see H.R. 5113), H1333 [27FE]

Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution: observance (see S. Res. 387), S581 [30JA]

Freedom of religion: call for global repeal of blasphemy, heresy, and apostasy laws (see S. Res. 647), S6304 [25SE]

——— ensure laws intended to protect religious freedom do not infringe upon laws intended to protect civil rights (see S. 2918), S2835 [22MY]

——— oppose enforcement and call for global repeal of blasphemy laws, promote religious freedom, and condition U.S. foreign aid on level of enforcement of blasphemy laws in such countries (see H. Res. 1132), H9443 [23OC]

FTC: prohibit different pricing of consumer products and services that are substantially similar if the different pricing is based on gender of individuals to whom the products or services are intended or marketed (see H.R. 5464), H3095 [10AP]

——— prohibit private passenger automobile insurers from using certain income proxies to determine insurance rates and eligibility (see H.R. 5502), H3209 [12AP]

GAO: require study of Federal agencies to determine which agencies have the greatest impact on women’s participation in the workforce (see H.R. 5565), H3441 [18AP]

Gosar, Representative: condemn actions that intimidated State of the Union guests and discredited the House of Representatives (see H. Res. 726), H902 [6FE]

GSA: prohibit from awarding contracts to certain insured depository institutions that avoid doing business with certain companies that are engaged in lawful commerce based solely on social policy (see S. 3539), S6438 [2OC]

Honouliuli National Historic Site: establish (see H.R. 5706), H3833 [8MY]

House of Representatives: adopt antiharassment and antidiscrimination policies, provide legal assistance for proceedings, and prohibit payment of settlements or awards, under Congressional Accountability Act (see H. Res. 724), H783 [5FE]

Human rights: research relationship between human trafficking and skewed sex ratios in areas in which there is evidence of gender-based violence or neglect and end gendercide and related crimes (see H.R. 7008), H9406 [28SE]

Immigration: promote family unity by reducing visa backlogs and implementing policies to facilitate immigrant family reunification (see H.R. 4944), H901 [6FE]

Insurance: ensure health coverage for individuals with pre-existing conditions (see H.R. 6898), H9088 [26SE]

——— ensure health coverage for individuals with pre-existing conditions and reinstate such coverage in the case of a court ruling that would hinder such coverage (see H. Res. 1066), H8726 [13SE]

——— provide standards for short-term limited duration health insurance policies (see S. 2494), S1338 [5MR]

International Decade for People of African Descent: support goals and ideals (see H. Res. 713), H629 [25JA]

International Women’s Day: support goals (see S. Res. 426), S1578 [8MR]

IRS: establish an expedited process for removal of senior executives based on performance or misconduct (see S. 3199), S4950 [12JY]

Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice (organization): anniversary (see S. Res. 646), S6304 [25SE] (see H. Res. 1078), H8884 [25SE]

Legislative branch of the Government: establish Office of Disability Policy (see S. 3261), S5267 [24JY]

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender: commemorate anniversary of Matthew Shepard’s death by preventing hate crimes and discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity and recognize tolerance efforts (see H. Res. 1121), H9430 [12OC]

Mary Church Terrell Day: designate (see H. Res. 1126), H9431 [12OC]

National Disability Employment Awareness Month: observance (see S. Res. 676), S6816 [11OC]

National security: improve diversity and inclusion in the workforce of national security agencies (see H.R. 5195), H1475 [7MR]

National Voter Registration Day: designate (see S. Res. 640), S6224 [18SE]

National Voting Rights Month: designate (see S. Res. 626), S6143 [12SE] (see H. Res. 1058), H8170 [12SE]

Powell, Barbara R. Johns: award Congressional Gold Medal posthumously (see H.R. 5561), H3441 [18AP]

Religion: protect rights of free speech and free exercise, reject labeling of groups as hate groups based on religion or political views, and prevent discrimination and crime based on such labeling (see H. Res. 903), H4209 [17MY]

Runaway and Homeless Youth Act: reauthorize and amend (see S. 2571), S1790 [19MR] (see H.R. 5339), H1727 [20MR]

SBA: study and identify best practices for closing the gender, race, and income gap in patenting rates for certain small business concerns (see H.R. 6390), H6263 [16JY]

Schools: end discrimination based on actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity in public schools (see S. 2584), S1875 [21MR] (see H.R. 5374), H1754 [21MR]

SEC: require disclosure of payments for settlements of disputes regarding sexual abuse and certain types of harassment and discrimination (see S. 2454), S1243 [27FE] (see H.R. 5028), H1178 [14FE]

Taxation: modify tax treatment of amounts related to employment discrimination and harassment in the workplace, including sexual harassment and assault and harassment based on protected categories (see S. 2988), S2991 [5JN]

Transportation Security Administration: improve screening of transgender persons at airport security checkpoints (see H.R. 6659), H7747 [7AU]

Trump, President: censure and condemn for alleged disparaging remarks relative to countries of origin of certain immigrants and call for a retraction and apology for such remarks (see H. Res. 700), H553 [18JA]

——— impeachment (see H. Res. 705), H582 [19JA]

Turkey: grant Ecumenical Patriarchate international recognition, ecclesiastic succession, and the right to train clergy and elect Holy Synod members from any nationality and call for respect of religious and human rights (see H. Res. 732), H974 [7FE]

Whistleblowing: provide whistleblower protection for union employees (see H.R. 6922), H9089 [26SE]

Women: anniversary of first women’s rights convention in Seneca Falls, NY (see S. Res. 586), S5108 [19JY]

——— provide protections against pregnancy discrimination in the workplace (see H.R. 5194), H1475 [7MR]

Court documents

Enrique Madrinan, Plaintiff, v. Harbour Shopping Center, Inc. and Luza Corp. d/b/a Donut Gallery Diner, Defendants, H1189 [15FE]

Essays

State of the Union: Ella Whitman, S649 [6FE]

——— Marjorie (Maggie) Parker, S575 [30JA]

Letters

Congressional Accountability Act of 1995 Reform Act: Representative Gowdy, Committee on Oversight and Government Reform (House), H804 [6FE]

——— Representative Harper, Committee on House Administration (House), H803, H804 [6FE]

——— Representative Kevin Brady, Committee on Ways and Means (House), H804 [6FE]

——— Representatives Susan W. Brooks and Deutch, Committee on Ethics (House), H803 [6FE]

Dept. of Justice civil rights investigation into harassment of Mia Irizarry in Cook County, IL, for wearing clothing depicting Puerto Rico flag: Representative Gutierrez, H6116 [12JY]

House adoption of antiharassment and antidiscrimination policies and provision of legal assistance for proceedings, and prohibit payment of settlements or awards: Representative Harper, Committee on House Administration (House), H803 [6FE]

——— Representatives Susan W. Brooks and Deutch, Committee on Ethics (House), H803 [6FE]

Lists

Reasons to thank labor union movement, H666 [29JA]

Motions

Gosar, Representative: condemn actions that intimidated State of the Union guests and discredited the House of Representatives (H. Res. 726), H795 [6FE]

Trump, President: impeachment (H. Res. 705), H570 [19JA]

Proposals

Condemn Representative Gosar for actions that intimidated State of the Union guests and discredited the House of Representatives, H764 [5FE]

President Trump impeachment, H559 [19JA]

Remarks in House

Abortion: prohibit certain abortion-related discrimination in government activities, H466 [17JA]

——— prohibit discrimination against the unborn on the basis of sex (H.R. 4660), H576 [19JA]

African Americans: societal impact of poverty and discrimination, H1366–H1370 [5MR]

Americans With Disabilities Act: allow awarding of punitive damages in cases where business owners made no good faith effort to remove barriers to access to public accommodations, H1195 [15FE]

——— clarify use of the term ‘substantial progress’ in remedying violations may only be used when delays to removing barriers to access are due to circumstances beyond the violator’s control, H1196 [15FE]

——— eliminate requirement that notice of violation include specific section of legislation alleged to have been violated, H1197, H1198 [15FE]

——— eliminate written notice and waiting period requirements for discrimination claims made due to barriers to access to public accommodations, H1194, H1195 [15FE]

——— promote compliance through education, clarify requirements for demand letters, and provide for a notice and cure period before commencement of a private civil action (H.R. 620), H1147 [14FE], H1183–H1200, H1202 [15FE], E220 [26FE], E225 [27FE], E266 [6MR]

——— promote compliance through education, clarify requirements for demand letters, and provide for a notice and cure period before commencement of a private civil action (H.R. 620), consideration (H. Res. 736), H1136–H1146 [14FE]

——— reduce time businesses have to fix violations after notification, H1196, H1197 [15FE]

Bureau of the Census: prohibit use of questions on citizenship, nationality, or immigration status in a decennial census (H.R. 4906), E119 [30JA]

Civil rights: improve remedies for discrimination in the payment of wages based on sex (H.R. 1869), E428 [10AP]

——— prohibit on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity (H.R. 2282), H5348 [20JN], H5820 [28JN], E781 [6JN]

Commission To Study Reparation Proposals for African-Americans: establish (H.R. 40), H1496 [8MR]

Congressional Office of Compliance: enroll congressional employees in program to train employees in workplace rights and responsibilities including protections against sexual harassment and discrimination (H. Res. 630), H803 [6FE]

——— funding, H8244 [13SE]

——— prohibit use of public funds for payment of a settlement or award in connection with a sexual harassment claim or other workplace disputes and release information on previous settlements (H.R. 4481), H809 [6FE]

——— reform procedures for investigation and resolution of claims alleging employing offices have violated rights and protections of employees, including protections against sexual harassment (H.R. 4924), H797–H813 [6FE]

——— require Members to reimburse the Treasury for amounts paid for sexual harassment and assault claims, H808 [6FE]

Crime: address increase in hate crimes, H6119 [12JY]

——— clarify definition and prosecution of hate crimes, H3925 [10MY]

——— condemn hate crimes and other forms of racism, religious or ethnic bias, discrimination, incitement to violence, or animus targeting minorities, H489 [18JA]

——— condemn hate crimes and other forms of racism, religious or ethnic bias, discrimination, incitement to violence, or animus targeting minorities (H. Res. 257), H7200 [25JY]

——— increase Federal penalties for violent threats against community centers with religious affiliation (S. 994), H7925 [7SE]

Dept. of Education: establish competitive grant program to award grants to local educational agencies to address implicit bias in elementary and secondary schools (H.R. 6765), E1228 [10SE]

——— issue financial penalities to schools that fail to comply with Title IX protections, H6583 [19JY]

——— support educational entities in fully implementing Title IX and reducing and preventing sex discrimination in all areas of education (H.R. 3828), H5162 [14JN]

Dept. of HHS: tribute to proposed rule by Conscience and Religious Freedom division within Office of Civil Rights to protect health care professionals from being coerced into performing procedures that violate their beliefs, H1171 [14FE]

Dept. of HUD: decision to delay implementation of Affirmatively Futhering Fair Housing rule, E39 [12JA]

——— support affordable and public housing programs, H3986 [16MY]

Dept. of Justice: call for civil rights investigation into harassment of Mia Irizarry in Cook County, IL, for wearing clothing depicting Puerto Rico flag, H6115 [12JY]

——— ensure Americans With Disabilities Act compliance materials are available for business owners whose primary language is not English, H1193 [15FE]

Disabled: clarify definition of competitive integrated employment to increase career opportunities (H.R. 5658), H3843 [9MY]

Employment: prohibit agreements between employers that directly restrict the current or future employment of any employee (H.R. 5632), H3870 [9MY]

——— require that individuals who perform work for employers as independent contractors be treated as employees relative to civil rights laws (H.R. 4972), E153 [7FE]

——— strengthen protections for employees experiencing harassment in the workplace, including sexual harassment and assault and harassment based on protected categories (S. 2994), H6562 [19JY]

Equal Pay Day: observance, H3104 [11AP]

Europe: commend history and achievements of people of African descent and Black Europeans, promote racial equality, and combat discrimination (H. Res. 925), E782 [6JN]

FAA: ensure that airports participating in the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program comply with prompt payment requirements relative to Passenger Facility Charge funded projects, H3669 [26AP]

Fair Housing Act: anniversary, H3130 [11AP], H3205–H3207 [12AP], E783 [6JN]

Fair Housing Month: support goals and ideals (H. Res. 817), H3205 [12AP]

FCC: ensure the integrity of voice communications and prevent discrimination among areas in the delivery of such communications by requiring providers to register and comply with basic quality standards (S. 96), H990–H992, H1002 [8FE]

Federal agencies and departments: submit reports on security clearances to individuals by reason of the individuals’ affiliation with hate groups (H.R. 6359), H6244 [16JY]

Financial institutions: ensure that banks are compliant with non-discrimination regulations for borrowers, H521 [18JA]

——— preserve access to data relative to loan and housing discrimination, H4342 [22MY]

Freedom of religion: reaffirm importance of religion and freedom to exercise beliefs peacefully, H398 [16JA]

Gosar, Representative: condemn actions that intimidated State of the Union guests and discredited the House of Representatives (H. Res. 726), H794 [6FE]

Hate groups: condemn violence in Charlottesville, VA, and urge the President to denounce and disavow support from such groups, E126 [2FE]

House of Representatives: adopt antiharassment and antidiscrimination policies, provide legal assistance for proceedings, and prohibit payment of settlements or awards, under Congressional Accountability Act (H. Res. 724), H806, H813–H815 [6FE], E143 [6FE]

Indian Business Association: tribute, E1019 [17JY]

Infrastructure: ensure any infrastructure plan provides for job creation, public investment, clean energy jobs, fair hiring and wage standards, and protection of Federal aid programs, the environment, and civil rights (H. Con. Res. 63), H4789, H4790 [6JN]

Intelligence services: allow re-review of security clearance to be triggered by a holder’s association with entities that advocate or use force to discriminatorily prevent exercise of constitutional rights, H6132, H6145–H6147 [12JY]

International Day of the Girl Child: observance, E1385 [9OC], E1404 [12OC]

Iowa: anniversary of Iowa Supreme Court decision in Clark v. Board of Directors relative to racial segregation of public schools, E1172 [24AU]

Iran: condemn persecution of Baha’is and continued violation of the International Covenants on Human Rights, impose sanctions for such violations, and call for release of religious prisoners (H. Res. 274), H8250 [13SE]

Law enforcement: prohibit racial profiling (H.R. 1498), H1496 [8MR]

Little Rock, AR: anniversary of integration of Central High School, H8255 [13SE]

National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders: anniversary of report identifying racism and segregation as the root cause of civil unrest, H1363–H1370 [5MR], E280, E281 [8MR], E289 [9MR]

National Disability Employment Awareness Month: observance, E1443 [23OC]

Poor People’s Campaign—A National Call for Moral Revival: support efforts to address issues of systemic racism, poverty, ecological devastation, and the war economy and militarism, H5188–H5195 [14JN]

Powell, Barbara R. Johns: award Congressional Gold Medal posthumously (H.R. 5561), H9083 [26SE]

QLatinX (organization): tribute, H5079 [12JN]

Racial relations: eliminate economic inequality through increased funding for housing, education, and employment programs, E281 [8MR]

Religion: condemn acts of anti-Semitism, E475 [16AP]

Schools: end discrimination based on actual or perceived sexual orientation or gender identity in public schools (H.R. 5374), H3710 [27AP]

Senior citizens: provide equal treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) older individuals (H.R. 4222), H6469 [18JY]

Supreme Court: anniversary of decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, KS, relative to segregated schools and ensure vigilance against resegregation of society, H3987 [16MY], E694 [21MY]

——— decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, KS, relative to segregated schools, H3563–H3565 [25AP]

Truman, Harry S: anniversary of Executive order to desegregate the Armed Forces, E1060 [24JY]

Trump, President: evaluation of administration, H686 [30JA], H3981, H3985 [16MY]

——— evaluation of administration relative to impact on minority communities, H767–H774 [5FE], H1364 [5MR], E151 [7FE], E280 [8MR]

——— evaluation of administration relative to race relations, H5366 [21JN]

——— impeachment, H488 [18JA], H1131 [14FE], H3985 [16MY], H7166 [25JY]

——— impeachment (H. Res. 705), H549 [18JA], H569, H574 [19JA]

Voting: modernize voter registration, promote access to voting for disabled individuals, and protect the right to vote (H.R. 12), H6480 [18JY], H9048 [26SE]

——— revise criteria for determining which States and political subdivisions are subject to certain protections against racial discrimination in voting (H.R. 2978), H9049 [26SE], E283 [8MR], E1082 [26JY], E1126 [7AU]

Voting Rights Act: anniversary, E1125 [7AU]

——— impact, H1369 [5MR]

World Civility Day: observance, E394 [5AP]

World War II: anniversary of Executive order ordering internment of Japanese Americans, H1201 [15FE]

Remarks in Senate

Abortion: prohibit certain abortion-related discrimination in government activities, S6205 [18SE]

Baltimore, MD: anniversary of appointment of Marion Bascom and Konstantine Prevas to Baltimore City Board of Fire Commissioners, S465 [23JA]

Blankenstein, Eric: suitability to be Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Policy Director for Supervision, Enforcement, and Fair Lending relative to comments on race relations and hate crimes, S6410 [1OC]

Civil rights: declassify documents from civil rights cold cases and establish a civil rights cold case record collection and the Cold Case Records Review Board (S. 3191), S4877 [10JY]

——— improve remedies for discrimination in the payment of wages based on sex (S. 819), S2029 [10AP]

——— prohibit on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity (S. 1006), S6793 [11OC]

Congressional Office of Compliance: reform procedures for investigation and resolution of claims alleging employing offices have violated rights and protections of employees, including protections against sexual harassment (S. 2401), S706 [7FE]

——— reform procedures for investigation and resolution of claims alleging employing offices have violated rights and protections of employees, including protections against sexual harassment (S. 2872), S2742–S2744 [17MY], S2799 [21MY]

——— reform procedures for investigation and resolution of claims alleging employing offices have violated rights and protections of employees, including protections against sexual harassment (S. 2952), S2843, S2844 [23MY], S2899–S2908 [24MY]

Crime: increase Federal penalties for violent threats against community centers with religious affiliation (S. 994), S6032, S6033 [4SE], S6491 [3OC]

Dept. of Education: address and take action to prevent bullying and harassment of students in schools (S. 2572), S6793 [11OC]

Dept. of HUD: extend Fair Housing Act protections to persons suffering discrimination on the basis of sex or sexual orientation (S. 1328), S2061 [11AP]

——— implementation of Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) rule, S2060 [11AP]

Dept. of Justice: incentivize hate crime reporting, provide grants for State-run hate crime hotlines, and establish private rights of action for victims and additional penalties for certain hate crime convictions (S. 662), S3871 [13JN]

Drugs: impact of ‘‘War on Drugs’’, S39–S42 [4JA]

Duncan, Stuart K. (Kyle): suitability to be circuit judge relative to views on sexual orientation or gender identity, S2336 [23AP], S2362, S2363, S2366–S2371 [24AP]

Equal Pay Day: observance, S2029 [10AP]

Fair Housing Act: anniversary, S2060, S2068 [11AP]

Financial institutions: preserve access to data relative to loan and housing discrimination, S1540 [8MR], S1622 [12MR], S1651, S1659 [13MR]

Firearms: prevent a person convicted of a misdemeanor hate crime, or who received an enhanced sentence for a misdemeanor because of hate or bias in its commission, from obtaining a firearm (S. 1324), S6793 [11OC]

Insurance: ensure health coverage for individuals with pre-existing conditions, S6690 [5OC], S6717–S6719 [9OC], S6738, S6739, S6743, S6744, S6755–S6758, S6762 [10OC]

International Women’s Day: observance, S1539 [8MR]

——— support goals (S. Res. 426), S2280, S2281 [18AP]

Mulvaney, Mick: assessment of tenure as Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Acting Director, S6410 [1OC]

National Voter Registration Day: designate (S. Res. 640), S6259 [18SE]

Presidential appointments: resignation of certain officials due to alleged intolerant comments, S1267 [28FE]

Religion: condemn anti-Semitism, S2472 [26AP]

Runaway and Homeless Youth Act: reauthorize and amend (S. 2571), S1792 [19MR], S1834 [20MR], S1860 [21MR]

Seraw, Mulugeta: anniversary of murder in Portland, OR, by white supremacists, S6809 [11OC]

Sessions, Attorney General: assessment of tenure, S668–S670 [7FE]

Supreme Court: decision in President Trump v. Hawaii relative to Executive order suspending the issuance of visas to nationals of certain countries and entrance of all refugees, S4466 [27JN]

——— decision in Shelby County v. Holder relative to constitutionality of preclearance of attempts to change voting qualifications or prerequisites to voting, S2857 [23MY]

Tax Cuts and Jobs Act: impact, S2060 [11AP]

Trump, President: characterization of remarks relative to South African land reform, S5890 [23AU]

——— evaluation of administration relative to impact on minority communities, S6808 [11OC]

——— evaluation of administration relative to women’s health issues, S1702–S1704 [14MR], S1786 [19MR]

World War II: propriety of Executive order ordering internment of Japanese Americans, S5562 [1AU]

Reports filed

ADA Education and Reform Act: Committee on the Judiciary (House) (H.R. 620) (H. Rept. 115–539), H731 [30JA]

Consideration of H.R. 620, ADA Education and Reform Act, H.R. 3299, Protecting Consumers’ Access to Credit Act, and H.R. 3978, TRID Improvement Act: Committee on Rules (House) (H. Res. 736) (H. Rept. 115–559), H1125 [13FE]

Dept. of Commerce Transmittal of Documents and Dept. of Justice Letter on Decision To Include a Question on Citizenship in the Decennial Census: Committee on Oversight and Government Reform (House) (H. Res. 877) (H. Rept. 115–705), H4728 [24MY]

Protecting Religiously Affiliated Institutions Act: Committee on the Judiciary (Senate) (S. 994), S2484 [26AP]

——— Committee on the Judiciary (Senate) (S. 994) (S. Rept. 115–325), S5830 [22AU]

Support Goals of International Women’s Day: Committee on Foreign Relations (Senate) (S. Res. 426), S1946 [22MR]

World War II Pacific Sites Establishment Act: Committee on Natural Resources (House) (H.R. 5706) (H. Rept. 115–991), H9442 [23OC]

Texts of

H. Res. 257, condemn hate crimes and other forms of racism, religious or ethnic bias, discrimination, incitement to violence, or animus targeting minorities, H7200 [25JY]

H. Res. 705, President Trump impeachment, H569 [19JA]

H. Res. 724, House of Representatives adoption of antiharassment and antidiscrimination policies, provision of legal assistance for proceedings, and prohibit payment of settlements or awards, under Congressional Accountability Act, H813 [6FE]

H. Res. 726, condemn action of Representative Gosar that intimidated State of the Union guests and discredited the House of Representatives, H795 [6FE]

H. Res. 736, consideration of H.R. 620, ADA Education and Reform Act, H.R. 3299, Protecting Consumers’ Access to Credit Act, and H.R. 3978, TRID Improvement Act, H1136 [14FE]

H.R. 620, ADA Education and Reform Act, H1192 [15FE]

H.R. 4924, Congressional Accountability Act of 1995 Reform Act, H797–H803 [6FE]

S. 96, Improving Rural Call Quality and Reliability Act, H990 [8FE]

S. 994, Protecting Religiously Affiliated Institutions Act, S6033 [4SE], H7925 [7SE]

S. 2952, Congressional Accountability Act of 1995 Reform Act, S2899–S2906, S2927–S2934 [24MY]

S. Res. 387, Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution, S584 [30JA]

S. Res. 426, support goals of International Women’s Day, S1581 [8MR], S2281–S2283 [18AP]

S. Res. 487, support efforts to raise awareness and address needs of sexual assault survivors from historically and currently disenfranchised and underserved communities, S2490 [26AP]

S. Res. 586, first women’s rights convention in Seneca Falls, NY, anniversary, S5111 [19JY]

S. Res. 626, National Voting Rights Month, S6146 [12SE]

S. Res. 640, National Voter Registration Day, S6235 [18SE]

S. Res. 646, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice (organization) anniversary, S6306 [25SE]

S. Res. 647, call for global repeal of blasphemy, heresy, and apostasy laws, S6307 [25SE]

S. Res. 676, National Disability Employment Awareness Month, S6822 [11OC]

Tributes

King, Martin Luther, Jr., H9–H16 [8JA], H89 [10JA]