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    Senate Session

    In this session, the Senate passed the Regulatory Transition Act. Senate Chamber Action. Measures Introduced: Three bills and one resolution were introduced, as follows: S. 644-646 and S.…

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    Senate Session

    This Senate Session debated a constitutional amendment banning flag desecration, the bill was passed by the House previously. Also, debates included START II Treaty, Balanced Budget, FAIR…

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    Senate Session

    The United States Senate passed S.R. 1332 which allowed the relocation of the United States Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

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    Senate Session

    The US Senate opened with prayer by Reverend Lloyd Ogilvie, Senate Chaplain. Then held speeches on morning business. Senate debated a bill to take court action to obtain notes from a…

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    Senate Session

    U.S Senate debated the Disaster Relief Bill.

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    Senate Session

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    Senate Session

    The Senate debated the elimination of unfunded mandates, a bill included in the House Republicans' Contract with America headed by House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-GA.

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    Senate Session

    This Senate Session began with members debate on a constitutional amendment banning flag desecration , the bill was passed by the House previously. Discussion also included START II Treaty,…

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    Senate Session

    Issues discussed in this Senate Session were Student Loans, the War powers Act for Bosnia, Government spending, Low-income energy assistance, and Defense Appropriations for 1996.

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    Senate Session

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    Senate Session

    The Senate met to work on the Transportation Conference Report and vote on the Transportation Appropriations Act.

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    Senate Session

    In this session, Senators continue debate on the Congressional Coverage Act. The Bill requires that Civil Rights and work safety laws apply to Congress. The House had passed a similar…

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    Senate Session

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    Senate Session

    US Senate session for January 19th, 1995. The Senate continues to debate legislation designed to limit unfunded mandates.

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    Jim Lehrer Roast

    In a benefit for Spina Bifida Association of America, political figures and media personalities roasted PBS New Hour’s Jim Lehrer.

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    Washington Wednesday Journal

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

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    Senate Session

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    Senate Session

    The U.S. Senate first met to conduct morning business, after which the Senate debated an amendment to a Defense Spending Bill that would provide $2 billion for peacekeeping operations in…

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    Senate Session

    The US Senate took up the 1996 Agriculture and Foreign Operations Spending Bills.

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    Senate Session

    On this day the Senate continued work on the Government Regulatory Reform Bill. The bill aims to change the process for issuing federal regulations on safety, health and the environment.

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