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 2000 - 106th Congress, 2nd Session
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‘We're Looking for a Federal Issue': Supreme Court Hears Florida Recount Case
Bush Evokes Jefferson, Calls for Tackling Society's Problems 'One Person at a Time'
Bush, Accepting Nomination, Pledges to ‘Confront Hard Issues,’ ‘Reclaim Essential Values’
Cheney's Congressional Votes From 1979 to 1989 Reveal Staunch Conservatism
Clinton, Assesses Fall Agenda, Says GOP's Emphasis on Tax Cut Is Unfair and Irresponsible
Democrats Adopt ‘A People's Platform For the People's Party’
Gore Calls ‘Working Families’ His Priority as He Accepts Democratic Nomination
Gore Concedes Protracted Election To Bush, Pledges to Support President-Elect
Hastert Agrees to Remove Estate Tax, Pension Provisions in Quest for Deal On Minimum Wage, Business Tax Cuts
Member of the 106th Congress, 2nd Session, Governors, Justice, Cabinet-Rank Officers
Presidential News Conference: Clinton -- 'Time Is Running Out For Congress to Meet Its Obligations To the American People….'
Presidential Statement: Clinton and Greenspan: Free Trade With China Enhances Security, Prosperity, Freedom
Presidential Veto Message: Clinton Chides Congress In Veto of Combined Appropriations
Presidential veto message: Clinton Cites Missouri, California Provisions in His Veto Of Energy-Water Appropriations Bill
Presidential Veto Message: Clinton Claims Nuclear Waste Bill Would Halt New EPA Radiation Standards
Presidential Veto Message: Clinton Rejects 'Marriage Tax' Bill
Presidential Veto Message: Clinton Vetoes Bill To Repeal Estate Tax, Calling it 'Fiscally Irresponsible'
Presidential Veto Message: Clinton Vetoes Intelligence Bill Due to 'Overbroad' Language
Public Laws, 106th Congress, 2nd Session
Republicans Adopt ‘Uplifting and Visionary’ Party Platform
Sens. Frist, Collins Stress Choice in Medical Care, Local Control of Education
The State of the Union: Clinton calls for an American century of oppurtunity, responsibility, community