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    Government Shutdown Joint Meeting

    The committees heard testimony on the effects of a possible government shutdown if federal budget legislation is not passed by October 1.

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    School Prayer

    Administration officials answered media questions about religious rights in public schools and about President Clinton’s speech today saying that there has been misinterpretation of…

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    Balanced Budget Amendment Part 2

    Committee members heard testimony on the balanced budget amendment. A number of congressional, federal, and outside experts testified about the feasibility and legality of passing such…

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    Balanced Budget Amendment

    Witnesses testified on a proposed balanced budget amendment. Testifying separately, all three witnesses were opposed to the amendment and emphasized the judicial and constitutional…

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    NASA Space Station Freedom Appropriations

    In an excerpt from the session of the House of Representatives, members debated an amendment to an appropriations bill for NASA that would eliminate the funding for the Space Station…

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    Assistant Attorney General Confirm. Hearing

    The committee heard testimony from members of Congress and the nominee spoke on Ms. Acheson’s nomination to the position of Assistant Attorney General for Policy Development in…

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    Assistant Attorney General Confirm. Hearing

    The committee heard testimony from members of Congress on the confirmation of Walter Dellinger to the position of Assistant Attorney General for the Office of Legal Counsel in the…

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    Justice Department Address

    After an introduction by Attorney General Reno, President Clinton spoke to the members of the Justice Department about his memories as Attorney General of Arkansas. He spoke about the…

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    Impeachment Process for Federal Judges

    Legal scholars spoke in a forum on the impeachment and discipline process for federal judges, in which the regulations involving the removal of federal judges for misconduct in their…

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    Supreme Court Preview

    In a briefing during a forum at the College of William and Mary, the panel of journalists and law professors previewed the 1992-93 Supreme Court docket. The forum was sponsored by the…

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    Supreme Court Review

    In a forum at the College of William and Mary, the panel of journalists and law professors who cover the Supreme Court discussed the direction of the Court. The forum was sponsored by…

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    Book Discussion on Walter Nixon, Jr. v. U.S.

    The College of William and Mary School of Law held a moot court trial for the case Nixon v. U.S., which is due to come before the U.S. Supreme Court later in the year. The case…

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    Preview of Supreme Court Docket for '92 Term

    Representatives discussed noteworthy cases on the Supreme Court’s docket in the months ahead. Ms. Kindred precedes the forum with a background of the…

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    Freedom of Choice Act

    The committee heard testimony on the Constitutional and legal issues involved in S. 25, the Freedom of Choice Act of 1991, legislation that seeks to put into law the 1973 Supreme Court…

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    Abortion

    Guests discussed the historical issues of abortion and the Supreme Court. They also discussed the impact of abortion on the confirmation of Supreme Court justices.

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    20th Anniversary Celebration & Conference

    The meeting comes with three weeks left in gubernatorial races in Virginia and New Jersey in which abortion rights were a central issue.

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    Death Penalty, Constitution & Criminal Law

    Panelists discussed the death penalty and its application.

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    Bork Nomination Day 8, Part 2

    Three law professors testified against the nomination. Professor Franklin related personal experiences with segregation and suggested that Judge Bork, had he been on the Supreme Court…

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