Speaker Pelosi Statement on Agreement on January 6 Commission
House Session - July 26, 1996

The U.S. House of Representatives voted on approving the Journal. Then the members gave one-minute speeches. Later the House considered a bill letting workers take compensatory time off instead of overtime pay. The House voted on the Resolution COMP Time & Overtime. The Bill would require there to be an explicit comp time agreement between employers & employees. The Bill would also allow an employee to convert comp time back into cash with 30 days' notice. The Resolution was agreed to by a vote of Yea 228 and Nay 175. They continued with the appropriation bills.

9:01AM - 2:54PM ETHouse Session


    Briefings for July 26, 1996

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    117th Congress - House
    Total Hours: 262 (After 133 days)
    • Debate38 Hours
    • Special Orders32 Hours
    • Votes106 Hours
    • One Minute Speeches14 Hours
    • Morning Hour5 Hours
    • Opening Procedures1 Hour

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