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The House agreed to Senate changes to a bill extending PATRIOT Act provisions through the end of May 2011. Members continued work on the $1.2 trillion spending bill for the remainder of…
The House convened for Morning Hour, when members were permitted to speak on a variety of topics.
One Minute Speeches (15 per side) H.Res. 364 - Designating room HVC 215 of the Capitol Visitor Center as the “Gabriel Zimmerman Meeting Room” (Suspension, 40 Minutes of Debate) H.Res. 477 -…
The House debated amendments to a fiscal year 2011 spending bill.
The House continued debate on legislation titled “Repealing The Job-Killing Health Care Law Act” that would repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Members of the House read the Constitution aloud beginning at 11:00 a.m.
The House debated resolutions requiring the president to be in conformity with the War Powers Resolution with regard to troops in Libya.
The House voted on legislation titled “Repealing The Job-Killing Health Care Law Act” that would repeal the 2010 health care reform law.
The House debated amendments to the fiscal year 2012 defense spending bill.
In a 235-193 vote the House passed a Republican fiscal year 2012 budget plan.
The House continued consideration of fiscal year 2011 spending.
The House voted to prohibit federal funds for public radio and block the use of any federal funds to purchase any radio programming from NPR and other content providers. Seven Republicans…
H.R. 3630 - Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2011 (Closed Rule, 90 Minutes of Debate) Legislation Considered Under Suspension of the Rules: 1) H.R. 3421 - Fallen Heroes of…
The House convened for a legislative session.
The House approved a bill that would award a congressional gold medal to the first black Marine recruits in World War II. Members also approved the debate rules for a land exchange bill for…
Patrick Conroy opened the session with his first prayer as House chaplain.
The House passed the fiscal year 2012 military construction and Veterans' Affairs spending bill.