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 1984
 November

November 3 - Three Bids Survive: DOT's Plan to Sell Conrail Viewed Skeptically on Hill
November 3 - Big Reagan Lead in Polls Bolsters GOP Hopes
November 3 - Providing Presidential Alternatives: Third-Party Standard-Bearers Struggle for Attention, Votes
November 3 - The Third-Party Ballot Picture For 1984
November 3 - Third Party Candidate Lineup
November 3 - Close Contests in Guam, Puerto Rico: Five Non-Voting House Members to Be Chosen
November 3 - Getting Into Politics: New 'High-Tech' Industries Stick to Independent Stance
November 3 - Congress Seeks to Increase Role in Election Year
November 3 - Conable: A 20-Year Perspective on Congress
November 3 - Whistleblower Protection Program Questioned
November 3 - Casey Defends 'Emphasis on Education': CIA Role in Nicaragua Manual Getting Scrutiny on Capitol Hill
November 3 - Private Backing: A Legal Sanction?
November 3 - Foreign Relations Staff Report: Beirut Bombing Laid to 'Tragically' Simple Error
November 3 - Cites Cost, Policy Objections: Reagan Vetoes Health Bills, Conservation Corps Proposal
November 3 - Reagan Parsimonious in Use of Pardon Power
November 3 - Oct. 30 Vetoes: Reagan Withholds Approval Of Health, Youth Jobs Bills
November 3 - Emergency Food Aid for Africa
November 3 - Federal Charity Drives and Legal Defense Funds
November 3 - Fiscal 1984 Deficit Second Highest Ever
November 3 - Jobless Rate Unchanged in October
November 3 - More 'Non-Bank Banks' Approved
November 10 - Election '84: Decisive Vote, Divided Outcome
November 10 - Bell Resignation
November 10 - Carries 49 States: Landslide Victory by Reagan Underscores Democratic Ills
November 10 - Improvement Over 1980: Polls Varied Widely, But All Called Reagan
November 10 - GOP Disappointed With Gains in the House
November 10 - House Newcomers, Switched Seats and Losers
November 10 - Democrats Have Net Gain of Two Senate Seats
November 10 - Seven Newcomers a Seasoned Group Likely to Take Active Role in Senate
November 10 - Senate Membership in the 99th Congress
November 10 - Years of Expiration of Senate Terms
November 10 - House Membership in the 99th Congress
November 10 - Republicans Pick Up One Governorship No 'Coattail' Effect Seen in Statehouses
November 10 - 1985 Occupants of the Nation's Statehouses
November 10 - Most Panels Affected: Defeats, Retirements Set Off Switches Among Committees
November 10 - Helms: Will He or Won't He? 2 Foreign Policy Panels to Get New Chairmen
November 10 - Members' Religious Affiliations and Occupations
November 10 - Average Age, 99th Congress
November 10 - Women, Minorities Barely Hold Own in 99th
November 10 - Women, Blacks and Hispanics in the 99th Congress
November 10 - Returns for Governor, Senate and House
November 10 - Official 1984 Presidential Election Results
November 17 - Race for House Budget Head Sets Off Intrigue
November 17 - Winning Across the Board: Reagan's Landslide Shatters Fading Democratic Coalition
November 17 - Anatomy of a Presidential Landslide: Voting Patterns in the 1984 Election
November 17 - Presidential Vote by Regions
November 17 - Pick Up 300 Seats: Republicans Score Gains in State Legislatures
November 17 - Initiative and Referendum Results: Redistricting Measure Defeated in California
November 17 - House Delegates
November 17 - Special Elections
November 17 - Vote Counts Continue
November 17 - Helms Shift Is Wild Card: Front-Runner Position Vacant In Senate GOP Leader's Race
November 17 - Congress Adds Programs: Federal Abortion Alternatives Cut By Reagan Administration
November 17 - Federal Money for Abortion Alternatives Counseling, Contraception and Nutrition
November 17 - 1,400 Private Groups Counsel Birth, Not Abortion
November 17 - Vetoed 39 Bills in First Term: Reagan Comparatively Frugal In Exercise of His Veto Power
November 17 - Vetoes Cast by President Reagan
November 17 - Text of Reagan Nov. 7 News Conference, Nov. 7, 1984
November 17 - Nov. 4 in Minnesota: Reagan Holds Q and A Session With Members of the Press
November 17 - On Nov. 8: Equal Access Reauthorization Pocket Vetoed by President
November 17 - U.S., Nicaragua Escalate Their War of Words
November 17 - Interest Groups Net Few Changes at the Polls
November 17 - Budget Review
November 17 - Emergency Aid for Africa
November 17 - Helms' Intentions
November 17 - Lobbying Against Tax Hikes
November 17 - Senator in Space
November 17 - GOP Finds All Politics Is Local -- After All
November 24 - Challenge to Speaker O'Neill Planned
November 24 - Democrats to Consider House Rules Changes
November 24 - Indiana Uncertainty
November 24 - Congress Expanding Scenic Rivers System
November 24 - Conservationists Win Prolonged Fight Over Protection for Tuolumne River
November 24 - Few Grace Commission Suggestions Adopted
November 24 - Substantive Work Done Quietly: Hill Boosted School Spending; Several Reagan Cuts Reversed
November 24 - Colleges Lobby Congress for Facility Funds Avoid Academic 'Peer Review' Procedures
November 24 - More Shifts on Church-State Issues? Court Ready for Arguments On Silent Prayer, 'Parochiaid'
November 24 - PACs View Free Spending as Free Speech
November 24 - Foreign Aid Programs Weather Budget Cuts
November 24 - Ruling in Salvadoran Case Decried
November 24 - 'Security Aid' Totals, Fiscal 1984-85

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