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House Session - May 22, 1991

Representative Johnson of Texas was administered the oath of office by the Speaker. The Committee on Appropriations received permission to have until midnight to file reports on two bills: one regarding military construction and another regarding energy and water development in the United States. The House passed H.R. 2100, to authorize appropriations for the Department of Defense over the next two fiscal years. The House agreed to the conference report on H.Con. Res. 121, revising the congressional budget for the United States for fiscal year 1991 and setting forth the congressional budget for the next five fiscal years. The House agreed to the conference report of H.R. 2251, making dire emergency appropriations from contributions of foreign governments for victims of the Persian Gulf war. The House agreed to the Senate amendments in H.R. 232, with respect to veterans' programs. A message from the President was read wherein he transmitted proposed legislation entitled “America 2000 Excellence in Education Act” to the Committee on Education and Labor.


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    116th Congress - House
    Total Hours: 414 (After 168 days)
    • Debate96 Hours
    • Special Orders71 Hours
    • Votes119 Hours
    • One Minute Speeches33 Hours
    • Morning Hour30 Hours
    • Opening Procedures3 Hours

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