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 1993 - 103rd Congress, 1st Session
 Chapter 3 - Government and Commerce
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$3.2 Billion Cut From Agriculture Programs
‘Motor Voter’ Bill Enacted After 5 Years
Airline Commission Sends Report to the Hill
Bankruptcy, Gun Permits Among Bills Considered
Better Government’ Plan Unveiled
Bills Seek To Jump-Start Shipping Industry
Census Numbers Stand
Changes in Taxes, Fees For Boat Owners
Coast Guard Reauthorized; Fishery Bills Included
Congress Looks at Various Commerce-Related Bills
Drunk Drivers Targeted in Highway Safety Bill
Early-Out Cash Incentives Approved by Committees
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Authorization Crashes in Senate
Federal Operations Bills
Federal Workers Feel Deficit-Reduction Pinch
Former Rep. Mike Espy To Head Agriculture
Grain Inspection Fees and Market Promotion Ok'd
Hatch Act Provisions
Hatch Act Restrictions Revised
Hazardous Materials Act Awaits Senate Passage
High-Speed Rail Plan Runs Out of Track
House Passes Bill To Fund National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB)
House Passes Seamen, Panama Canal Bills
House Rejects D.C. Statehood Bill
House-Passed Bill Imposes Smoking Restrictions
Legislation Clarifies Regulatory Authority of Rural Electrification Administration (REA)
More Funds Earmarked for National Museum System
No Action Taken on Pesticide Regulation
Panels OK Protection For Gas Stations
Procurement Revision Plan Never Makes It Off Shelf
Restructuring Rural Electrification Administration (REA) Lending Programs for Utilities Cooperatives
Ronald Brown, Former Chair of Democratic National Committee (DNC), Confirmed As Commerce Secretary
Senate Panel Approves Bankruptcy Bill
Senate Rejects Fellowship
Toy Warning Measure Poised To Clear
Transportation Nominee Peña Easily Confirmed