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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 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 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 conducted administrative business related to the opening of the 105th Congress, 2nd Session.
The U.S. House of Representatives debated and voted on amendments to the agriculture spending bill.
The House met to begin debate on the FY 1998 Budget Resolution.
On this day, the House, after a period of one-minute speeches, took up the Safe Drinking Water Act under suspension of the rules. The House then moved to consideration of spending bills for…
The House of Representatives continued discussion on the Fiscal Year 1997 Federal Budget.
United States House of Representatives, Session for May 15th, 1996. The House Debated Federal Land in Utah, Defense Spending, FY 1997 Budget Resolution, and Special Order Speeches.
The U.S. House met for the Second Session of the 104th Congress. Opened with prayer by the House Chaplain. Then Members gave one-minute speeches. The House voted on a veto override of the FY'96…
The US House conducted a series of one minute speeches debating an Appropriations Bill.
The U.S. House debated FY '96 budget resolution.
The House began work on a bill promoting research into the use of hydrogen as an alternative fuel source. The House also discussed resolutions condemning the Oklahoma City Bombing and a…
The U.S. House of Representatives continued debate and voted on a Republican Welfare Reform Proposal, which passed with a 234-199 vote.
U.S. House debates and emergency bill funding for Peacekeeping and later a bill on Paperwork Reduction.