Add terms to search
The House passed the Senate version of health care legislation by a vote of 219 to 212. The House passed both the Senate health care legislation and the reconciliation bill. The…
The House continued work on a bill establishing a $30 billion fund to be used for loans for small businesses.
The House considered a number of bills, including ones on surface transportation and aid for Haiti.
The House considered 12 bills under suspension of the rules.
Members debated proposed immigration reforms in the DREAM Act.
The House approved a food safety bill that gives the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) increased authority over food produced in both the U.S. and abroad. It also gives immediate…
The House approved federal spending through Saturday, December 18, 2010.
The House passed a measure honoring the victims of the Washington oil refinery fire. They also recognized the life and work of civil rights leader Dorothy Height.
The House approved legislation to limit corporate, union, and special interest campaign contribution. The bill is in direct relation to the Supreme Court’s ruling striking limits on independent…
Witnesses testified about teacher training programs and evaluation systems. Among the topics they addressed were means of measuring student success, state programs to improve teacher…
The House voted to repeal the “Don’t ask, Don’t tell” policy by a 250-175 vote.
The House considered several suspension bills including a suspension bill re-designating the Longfellow National Historic Site as the Longfellow House-Washington’s Headquarters National…
The House took up the Senate changes to the Health Care Reconciliation bill, and voted to approve the measure by 220 to 207.
The House agreed to H. Res. 1031, impeaching G. Thomas Porteous, Jr., judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, for high crimes and misdemeanors.