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The U.S. House of Representatives voted 258 to 176 to begin an impeachment inquiry into President Bill Clinton.
Members of congress, staff members, and family and friends of Representative Brown attended a memorial service for the congressman, who died of a heart attack on July 15th.
The April 21, 1990 opening House session. One of the principle topics of discussion was education funding.
The U.S. House of Representatives convened to work on the Education Flexibility Partnership Act, including 5 hours of debate on several amendments.
This House Session schedule began with members general statements then moved to business including spending for Veterans.Housing,EPA and NASA,Commerce,Justice and State.
The House of Representatives met to debate suspending rules on bills including: Federal Workers and Childcare Diplomatic Security Agents US Policy Toward Iraq Land Transfer in New Hampshire…
U.S. House session for September 29th, 1998. The principle subjects were FY 1999 Legislative Branch spending and a Defense Spending Authorization.
The U.S. House of Representatives engaged in One-Minute Speeches. Topics included tax relief for the middle class, Native American rights, and U.S. foreign policy toward Cuba.
The U.S. House met, debated, and voted on a series of appropriations bills, including the Transportation Spending Bill. Before debate, the members participated in one minute speeches where…
The House was in session for legislative business and paid tribute to Representative Louis Stokes.
The House of Representative opened today with prayer by Reverend Dr. Kevin Shrum, Inglewood Baptist Church, Nashville, Tennessee. Then the House proceeded with one-minute speeches. House…
The house was in session speaking about NATO>
The United States House of Representatives opened up with some messages - H.R. 2870 - Tropical Forest Conservation Act of 1998 which the House Requested. The House proceeded with 15 minutes…
The House debated bills on Private Mortgage Insurance and Campaign Finance.
After a recess, the House reconvened to take up legislation on grants to promote drug-free workplaces and also a bill for $56 billion for agriculture and food stamp programs.
The House met to discuss bills on a congressional gold medal for Nelson Mandela, increasing penalties for telemarketing, National Drought Policy, and teaching disabled students.
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…
A number of bills may be considered under suspension of the rules. H.R. 512, the new Wildlife Refuge Authorization Act, may be considered under an open rule. General debate may begin on…
The house was in session and led by the guest Rep. Jo Ann Emerson.
The House debated bills on preventing government fraud and waste, State Department Programs, Federal Agency strategic plans, and the budget for appropriations subcommittees.