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Senate Session - September 10, 1992

S 3224: A bill to designate the Quentin N. Burdick United States Courthouse. HR 5334: A bill to amend and extend certain laws relating to housing and community development. SR 339: A resolution to express the sense of the Senate that the Congress should act to retroactively repeal the ten percent “luxury” excise tax on recreational boats. HJR 413: A resolution to designate the “Commodore John Barry Day.” S 2572: A bill to authorize an exchange of lands in the States of Arkansas and Idaho. HR 1514: A bill to resolve the status of certain lands relinquished to the United States under the Act of June 4, 1987. S 1704: A bill to improve the administration and management of public lands, National Forests, units of the National Park System, and related areas by improving the availability of adequate, appropriate, affordable, and cost effective housing for employees needed to effectively manage the public lands. S 3051: A bill to grant a right of use and occupancy of a certain tract of land in Glacier National Park to Gerald S. Robinson. HR 3157: A bill to provide for the settlement of certain claims under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act. S 2606: A bill to further clarify authorities and duties of the Secretary of Agriculture in issuing ski area permits on National Forest System lands. S 1893: A bill to adjust the boundaries of the Targhee National Forest, to authorize a land exchange involving the Kaniksu National Forest. HR 2321: A bill to establish the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park in the State of Ohio.

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    116th Congress - Senate
    Total Hours: 232 (After 81 days)
    • Debate101 Hours
    • Quorum Calls52 Hours
    • Votes29 Hours

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    Source: Resume of Congressional Activity (senate.gov)