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The House approved an $82 billion spending bill for the Departments of Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development.
The U.S. House of Representatives conducts its daily business including an income tax deduction for the self-employed.
The U.S. House dealt with Flag Desecration, Abortion Funding, Foreign Operations, and Aid to Haiti.
The US House conducted a series of one minute speeches debating an Appropriations Bill.
The House used wide shots of the Chamber for the first time. The House debated the Republican Welfare Reform Proposal. The House ended with Special Orders.
The U.S. House of Representatives continued debate and voted on a Republican Welfare Reform Proposal, which passed with a 234-199 vote.
The House of Representatives met to consider the Defense Authorization Bill for FY 1996. They planned to spend time on some general debate, and the amendments to the bill that had yet to be…
U.S. House debated a bill to temporarily continue funding of the government.
The U.S. House met to debate and vote on the privatization of Amtrak and the ethics investigation of Representative Newt Gingrich (R-GA).
The U.S. House opened with prayer by Reverend James Ford, House Chaplain and then members gave one-minute speeches on any subject. The U.S. House debated and voted on lobbyist disclosure H…
The U.S. House of Representatives opened with prayer. The Journal was approved. Then the Representative moved on to one-minute speeches. The House worked on the Agriculture Spending Bill.…
The U.S House of Representatives met, prayed, and debated Appropriations Bills.
The United States House of Representatives session on February 1, 1995, opened with prayer. The House of Representative continued debate on unfunded mandates.
This House session considered a bill concerning Commerce, Justice, and State Department appropriations.
The House debated the closure of 79 and the scale back of 26 U.S. Military Bases. An independent commission, created by Congress, produced the list of bases to close or realign. Up front costs…