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House Session - February 8, 1995

The U.S. House of Representatives resumed debate on a series of bills designed to reshape the Crime Bill that passed last year. House members returned to the bill to expand the use of evidence against alleged criminals in federal courts. This bill would allow prosecutors to secure evidence gathered without warrants as long as the police search was reasonable. Later the House began debate on a bill that would limit death penalty appeals.

11:00AM - 11:42PM ETHouse Session


    Briefings for February 8, 1995

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    Hearings for February 8, 1995

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    117th Congress - House
    Total Hours: 120 (After 63 days)
    • Debate16 Hours
    • Special Orders11 Hours
    • Votes54 Hours
    • One Minute Speeches4 Hours
    • Morning Hour2 Hours
    • Opening Procedures1 Hour

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