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    House Session

    This was the opening day of the 104th Congress. There are 84 new members in this session, 73 are Republicans. Members elected Representative Newt Gingrich, R-Georgia, as speaker of the House. New…

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    House Session

    The House debated several different versions of a balanced-budget constitutional amendment. The rules said that the version receiving the most votes would be the one presented for final…

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    Gingrich Swearing In as Speaker

    Representative Newt Gingrich (R-GA) was officially escorted to the speaker’s chair after winning the election to be speaker of the House of Representatives. Representative Gephardt…

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    House Session

    The U.S. House met and debated a bill to fund House Committees and a bill to cancel $17 billion dollars in budget spending.

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    Washington Journal (First Ever Airing)

    Current news events and political issues were examined through reviews of the morning newspapers; interviews with journalists, newsmakers, and legislators; and viewer telephone calls, faxes, and…

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    House Session

    U.S. House begin the day’s legislative business.

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    House Session

    The U.S. House of Representatives conducts its daily business including an income tax deduction for the self-employed.

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    House Session

    The House continued debate on appropriations bills and amendments.

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    House Session

    The U.S. House dealt with Flag Desecration, Abortion Funding, Foreign Operations, and Aid to Haiti.

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    House Session

    The US House conducted a series of one minute speeches debating an Appropriations Bill.

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    House Session

    House Majority Leader Richard Armey (R-Texas) took the floor to express outrage at the media’s portraying his reference to Representative Barney Frank (D-Massachusetts) earlier in the day in an…

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    House Session

    U.S. House met to discuss Labor, Health, and Education spending. The House ended with a debate on considering a bill to revise the Telecommunications Law.

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    House Session

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    House Session

    U.S. House debates and emergency bill funding for Peacekeeping and later a bill on Paperwork Reduction.

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    House Session

    U.S. House members debate a budget plan proposed by President Clinton.

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    House Session

    The U.S. House of Representative convened and debated Bills to change rules regarding gifts to House members and staff. Members also debated Lobby reform and defense spending.

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    House Session

    Members of the U.S. House of Representative met and focused on a conference report to a bill to terminate the Interstate Commerce Commission. Also, members debated appropriations for the…

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    House Session

    The U.S. House of Representatives met and debated legal reform. The session concluded with four hours of Special Order speeches.

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    House Session

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    House Session

    The U.S. House of Representatives continued debate on the Budget Reconciliation Bill, which would cover seven years and change discretionary spending limits for FY'96-'98 and create new…

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