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House Session - April 14, 1994

The U.S. House of Representatives met to continue work on the Crime Bill. This legislation provides more than $15 billion to implement several anti-crime initiatives, including the “Three Strikes and You’re Out” law which mandates life in prison for a 3rd conviction for a violent crime. Also under the bill, more federal crimes would be subject to the death penalty, and teenagers 13 years and older could be tried as adults for certain violent crimes.

9:59AM - 6:02PM ETHouse Session


    Briefings for April 14, 1994

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    Hearings for April 14, 1994

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    117th Congress - House
    Total Hours: 237 (After 125 days)
    • Debate30 Hours
    • Special Orders27 Hours
    • Votes101 Hours
    • One Minute Speeches11 Hours
    • Morning Hour4 Hours
    • Opening Procedures1 Hour

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