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House Session - October 3, 1992

S 3144: A bill to amend title ten, United States Code, to improve the health care system provided for members and former members of the armed forces and their dependents. HR 2164: A bill to amend the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974 to establish procedures for the expedited consideration by Congress of certain proposals by the president of the Unites States to rescind amounts of budget authority. S 2481: A bill to amend the Indian Health Care Improvement Act to authorize appropriations for Indian health programs. S 225: A bill to expand the boundaries of the Fredricksburg and Spotsylvania County Battlefield Memorial National Military Park, Virginia. S 1146: A bill to establish a national advanced technician training program, utilizing the resources of the Nation’s two-year associate degree-granting colleges to expand the pool of skilled technicians in strategic advanced-technology fields, to increase the productivity of the Nation’s industries, and to improve the competitiveness of the United States in international trade. HR 574: A resolution to provide for the consideration of HR 918, to modify the requirements applicable to locatable minerals on public domain lands, consistent with the principles of self-initiation of mining claims. HR 4363: A bill to amend title eleven, Unites States Code, to exclude from the estate of the debtor certain interests in liquid or gaseous hydrocarbons. HR 6020: A bill to amend titles eleven and twenty-eight, United States Code, relating to bankruptcy. HR 6050: A bill to facilitate recovery from recent disasters by providing greater flexibility for depository institutions and their regulators. HR 6094: A bill to improve supervision and regulation with respect to the Federal National Mortgage Association, the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, and the Federal Home Loan Bank Board System. HR 2448: A bill to provide for the minting of medals in commemoration of Benjamin Franklin and to enact a fire service bill of right. S 2661: A bill to authorize the striking of a medal commemorating the 250th anniversary of the founding of the American Philosophical Society and the birth of Thomas Jefferson. HR 1252: A bill to authorize the State Justice Institute to analyze and disseminate information regarding the admissibility and quality of testimony of witnesses with expertise relating to battered women, and to develop and disseminate training materials to increase the use of such experts to provide testimony in criminal trials of battered women, particularly in cases involving indigent women. HR 1253: A bill to amend the State Justice Institute Act of 1984 to carry out research, and develop judicial training curricula, relating to child custody litigation. HCR 89: A resolution to express the sense of the Congress that expert testimony concerning the nature and effect of domestic violence, including descriptions of the experiences of battered women, should be admissible when offered in a state court by a defendant in a criminal case. HR 5933: A bill to implement the recommendations of the Federal Courts Study Committee. HR 5328: A bill to amend title thirty-five, United States Code, with respect to the late payment of maintenance fees. S 893: A bill to amend title eighteen, United States Code, to impose criminal sanctions for violations of software copyright. HR 5304: A bill to provide that a state court may not modify an order of another state court requiring the payment of child support unless the recipient of child support payments resides in the state in which the modification is sought, or consents to seeking the modification in such othe state court. HR 5602: A bill to grant the consent of the Congress to the Interstate Rail Passenger Network Compact. HR 5998: A bill to provide for the relief of the Wilkinson County School District, in the State of Mississippi. HR 4797: A bill to direct the United States Sentencing Commission to make sentencing guidelines for federal criminal cases that provide sentencing enhancements for hate crimes. HR 5862: A bill to amend title one of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968 to ensure an equitable and timely distribution of benefits to public safety officers. HR 6072: A bill to direct expedited negotiated settlement of the land rights of the Kenai Natives Association, Inc., under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act, by directing land acquisition and exchange negotiations by the Secretary of the Interior and certain Alaska Native corporations involving lands and interest in lands held by the United States and such corporations. HR 3161: A bill to authorize functions and activities under the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, and to amend laws relating to federal procurement. S 1002: A bill to impose a criminal penalty for flight to avoid payment of arrearages in child support. S 758: A bill to clarify that states, instrumentalities of states, and officers and employees of states acting in their official capacity, are subject to suit in federal court by any person for infringement of patents and plant variety protections, and that all remedies can be obtained in such suit that can be obtained in a suit against a private entity. S 759: A bill to amend certain trademark laws to clarify that states, instrumenatalities of states, and officers and employees of states acting in their official capacity, are subject to suit in federal court by any person for infringement of trademarks, and that all remedies can be obtained in such suit that can be obtained in a suit against a private entity.

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    116th Congress - House
    Total Hours: 1136 (After 580 days)
    • Debate351 Hours
    • Special Orders162 Hours
    • Votes275 Hours
    • One Minute Speeches83 Hours
    • Morning Hour70 Hours
    • Opening Procedures8 Hours

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