House Session - September 26, 1998

The U.S. House of Representatives met and and continued debate on H.R. 4579. The bill sought to provide tax relief for individuals, families, and farming and other small businesses, to provide tax incentives for education, and to extend certain expiring provisions. Much of the debate on the measure focused on maintaining the sustainability of Social Security benefits which the tax cuts could effect. Following the passage of H.R. 4579 and at the completion of the day’s business, the House stood adjourned at 12:38pm that afternoon.

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    117th Congress - House
    Total Hours: 964 (After 501 days)
    • Debate221 Hours
    • Special Orders146 Hours
    • Votes318 Hours
    • One Minute Speeches63 Hours
    • Morning Hour53 Hours
    • Opening Procedures8 Hours

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