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    Congressional Bipartisanship

    Former Representatives John Porter (R-IL) and David Skaggs (D-CO) talked about their roles as co-founders of a group of more than 130 former members of Congress, and they responded to telephone calls…

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    Congressional Ethics Code

    The House Office of Congressional Ethics held its first public meeting, in the Longworth House Office Building, to allow public comment on the new draft rules and code of conduct.

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    Aldrich Ames Spy Case

    Members of the House Intelligence Committee discussed the findings of the committee’s report concerning the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) handling of the case of Aldrich Ames, a spy…

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    War Powers and the Constitution

    The panelists talked about the War Powers Act and the constitutional conflicts between the legislative and executive branches over the decision to use force. White House Counsel Lloyd…

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    Strengthening Civic Education

    Former Justice O’Connor and former Governor Romer announced a new National Advisory Council for the Campaign for the Civic Mission of Schools, a national effort to increase and strengthen…

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    Political Reform Issues

    Nancy Tate moderated a panel on various political reforms. Panelists focused on reform proposals being considered in Congress, redistricting, voter registration and voting law, and the media’s…

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    War Powers Report

    Members of the bipartisan War Powers Initiative announced the release of a report examining U.S. decision-making in whether to use force abroad. They said that the War Powers Act needed…

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    Congressional Perspective on Lobbying

    Former Representative Skaggs, a former member of the House Appropriations Committee, gave a lecture on effective lobbying in Congress. Among the topics he discussed were the different types…

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    Civic Involvement and Education

    Panelists talked about civic involvement and civic education. Among the specific issues addressed were the definition of a good citizen, voter turnout, volunteerism, and the teaching of…

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    Senate Confirmation Process

    Former government officials and others talked about the confirmation process for presidential nominees. Among the topics they addressed were past battles over controversial nominations,…

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    House Session

    The House began debate on four articles of impeachment against President Clinton for perjury, obstruction of justice and abuse of power.

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    House Session

    After the reading of several communications, the House debated a resolution expressing members' support for the U.S. military mission in Iraq. After the debate, the resolution was voted on.…

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    Open Phones: Impeachment

    By remote link Representative Skaggs discussed his views on the House vote concerning the impeachment of President Clinton. Telephone lines were opened for viewers to express their opinions…

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    House Session

    The House had legislative business to work on several bills including Y2K Computer Problems, Home Ownership Programs and a Chemical Weapons Treaty.

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    House Session

    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…

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    Morning Hour

    US House of Representatives continuing Morning Hour Speeches

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    House Session

    After one minute speeches the House discussed Rules of Debate on various FY99 Spending Bills.

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    House Session

    On this day, the House received the Independent Counsel, Judge Kenneth Starr’s, report on the President’s alleged transgressions of perjury and obstruction of justice. The House resolution being…

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    House Session

    The U.S. House of Representatives convened to work on such bills as campaign finance laws for federal elections, Iran’s nuclear projects, and U.N. Weapons and Inspections.

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    House Session

    The United States House of Representatives convened on the House floor to pay tribute to the U.S. Capitol shooting victims.

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