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The House began debate on four articles of impeachment against President Clinton for perjury, obstruction of justice and abuse of power.
This House session began with 1-minute speeches then moved on to Intelligence spending, National Parks and Lands Bill, Treasury and Postal Service, Cable & Satellite TV access Audio loss at…
U.S. House of Representatives on 7/22/98 debated trade with China among other topics.
The May 21st, 1998 U.S. House of Representatives Session. Among the issues addressed were: executive privilege, the campaign fundraising investigation, defense programs, health care for…
The House debated the renaming of the National Airport after President Ronald Reagan and penalties against the White House Health Care Task Force.
The House debated President Bill Clinton’s budget and passed a FAA Authorization bill and Patriotic Observations bill.
The House worked on education funding. They voted on and passed a bill that would convert 31 educational programs to block grants giving states more leeway on how to spend that money. A…
The House met to debate a series of land and natural resource bills along with welfare benefits and events in Kosovo.
Members of the House of Representatives met to deal with legislative business involving a bankruptcy law bill and campaign finances.
The House passed two bills making changes to campaign finance laws. They prohibited non-citizens from making campaign contributions and required more disclosure of all contributions to the…
The US House of representatives gave one to five minute speeches. Most speeches were dedicated to the two slain Capitol Hill Police officers.
The House continued debate on veterans issues, policy towards Iran and Iraq , and a bill to name Central Intelligence Agency headquarters for former President George H.W. Bush.
The house was in session and led by the guest Rep. Jo Ann Emerson.
Members of the United States Representatives would begin debating issues of medication, burials that happen at Arlington Cemetery, and several other measures.
The House reconvened after a brief recess to take up bills on aiding the homeless and another to rename a federal building in Atlanta for former Georgia Senator Sam Nunn.
The House debated bills dealing with drugs in schools and prosecuting those responsible for killing Americans in the Middle East.
The U.S. House of Representatives convened with morning hour speeches with such topics as the 2000 census, the Cyprus peace talks, and India’s most recent announcement of detonating three…