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 1987
 September

September 5 - 'Trivialized' Filibuster Is Still a Potent Tool
September 5 - Dilatory Debate: A Tactic as Old as the Senate
September 5 - Congress Faces Backlog of Economic Decisions
September 5 - Waiting for the INF Treaty: Political Jockeying
September 5 - More Than Missiles Will Be Abandoned... ...If U.S., Soviets Sew Up an INF Treaty
September 5 - Senate Leaders Look for Early Action on Medicare
September 5 - Comparison of Catastrophic-Care Proposals (chart)
September 5 - Business Targets Aim Back at Racketeering Law
September 5 - Winners Have No Trouble Retiring Debts: Senate Freshmen Rewarded By Post-Election PAC Giving
September 5 - Senate Freshmen's Campaign Debts Reduced (chart)
September 5 - Realtors Lead in 1985-86 PAC Giving
September 5 - New Aid Benefits in Prospect: Cancellation of Israeli Fighter Won't Bring Windfall to U.S.
September 5 - March 1988 Lobby Registrations: Corporations and Businesses
September 5 - March 1988 Lobby Registrations: Foreign Governments
September 5 - March 1988 Lobby Registrations: Interest Groups
September 5 - March 1988 Lobby Registations: Trade Associations
September 5 - March 1988 Lobby Registrations: Labor Organizations
September 5 - March 1988 Lobby Registrations: Miscellaneous
September 5 - PUBLIC LAWS (Previous Public Laws, Weekly Report p. 1980)
September 5 - Doubts About North, Secord Revealed: Iran-Contra Panels Release Testimony of CIA Officials
September 5 - Charges Dropped Against Rep. Gonzalez
September 5 - Dole Jousts With Ortega in Managua
September 5 - Markup Promised for Mail-Order Sales Tax Bill
September 5 - Special Prosecutor Law Challenged
September 5 - Trial Begins for Rep. Biaggi
September 5 - Sen. Proxmire: Iconoclast and Trailblazer
September 12 - For Robert Bork, the Real Test Begins Now
September 12 - When Senate Rejects Court Nominees... ...Root Cause Is Most Often Raw Politics
September 12 - Where Bork Stands: Nominee's Judicial Record Has More Than One Side
September 12 - Bork's Views: Interpreting the Constitution
September 12 - The Supreme Court: How Much Difference Would Justice Bork Make?
September 12 - Controversial Nominees Can Be 'Surprise Judges'
September 12 - The Judiciary Committee: Balance of Power Rests With Three Undecided Senators
September 12 - Tom Korologos: Veteran Lobbyist Steps Into Another Nomination Fray
September 12 - Reagan's Judiciary: More Than 300 Appointees Make a Big Difference
September 12 - New Contra Aid: Political Pitfall for Reagan?
September 12 - Ads or Guns? 'A Semantic Exercise'
September 12 - Fresh Iran-Contra Evidence Fuels Questions About Bush
September 12 - Veterans' Lobbies Showing New Unity on Hill
September 12 - Vietnam Vets a Growing Force in Congress
September 12 - In 'Permanent Campaign' Era, Members' Funds Find Many Uses
September 12 - Largess Helps Charities and Other Causes
September 12 - Libertarian, Populist Party Nominations: Former Reps. Paul, Hansen Named for Presidential Bids
September 12 - Hart Staying Out
September 12 - Jackson Headed In
September 12 - Fight Over 'Academic Pork Barrel' Evaporates
September 12 - Federal Research Grants
September 12 - Senate Judiciary Embraces Nominee: Swift Confirmation Predicted For Sessions as FBI Director
September 12 - Verity's Approval Likely Despite Trade Views
September 12 - Campaign-Finance Cloture Bid Fails Again
September 12 - Senate Calls for Clean Campaigns
September 12 - SDI Limits Still Hotly Contested: Senate Begins Defense Debate As GOP Abandons Filibuster
September 12 - Gregg, Watson Testimony Released: Bush Not Told About Contra Resupply Effort, Advisers Say
September 12 - April 1987 Lobby Registrations: Corporations and Businesses
September 12 - April 1987 Lobby Registrations: Foreign Governments
September 12 - April 1987 Lobby Registrations: Interest Groups
September 12 - April 1987 Lobby Registrations: Labor Organizations
September 12 - April 1987 Lobby Registrations: State and Local Governments
September 12 - April 1987 Lobby Registrations: Trade Associations
September 12 - April 1987 Lobby Registrations: Miscellaneous
September 12 - House Passes SEC Authorization
September 12 - Judge Keeps Leash on 'Baby Bells'
September 12 - Senate Panel OKs Energy and Water Funds
September 12 - Ambassador Finally Wins Confirmation
September 12 - Gramm-Rudman Changes Loom
September 12 - House Passes Health Service Corps Bill
September 12 - No Request Yet to Fund Gulf Convoy
September 12 - Pelosi Gets Committee Assignments
September 12 - Textile Vote Set; Trade Conference Slowed
September 12 - Uniform Poll-Closing Bill Advances
September 19 - Bork's Grade Uncertain After Four-Day Seminar
September 19 - Being Undecided Means Never Having to Eat Alone
September 19 - Tell-All Strategy Makes for Remarkable Hearings
September 19 - Senate Deals Reagan a Major Defeat on SDI
September 19 - Hill Trio's Visit to Disputed Soviet Radar... ...Adds More Fuel to Arms-Control Debate
September 19 - Gramm-Rudman: Domenici Has His Doubts
September 19 - Panel Votes Stopgap Funds for FY '88
September 19 - $15.1 Billion Voted for Treasury, Postal Service
September 19 - Senate Panel Approves D.C. Funds
September 19 - Pay Votes to Be Required: Senate Panel OKs $1.8 Billion To Operate Legislative Branch
September 19 - Fiscal 1988 Energy/Water Funding (chart)
September 19 - Tennessee, Nevada Object: Nuclear-Waste Plan Written Into Spending Bill
September 19 - Turf Battle Threatened Farm Credit Bill: House Postpones Floor Fight Over Creating 'Farmer Mac'
September 19 - Tranquil Farm Credit Markup Starts in Senate
September 19 - Abortion Rules Complicate Family Planning Fight
September 19 - Premium Rise Threatens Medicare Bill
September 19 - Simultaneous Applications Favored: Panel Moves to Coordinate Food Stamps, Welfare
September 19 - Court Challenges Are Pending: Renewal of Prosecutor Law Approved by House Judiciary
September 19 - Senate Panel OKs Sessions for FBI
September 19 - Apology and Payments to Japanese-Americans: House Votes to Make Amends For World War II Internment
September 19 - House Panel OKs Bill to End Oil-Tract Lotteries
September 19 - Debris Kills Fish, Marine Mammals: House Panels Approve Bills To Ban Sea Disposal of Plastics
September 19 - House OK Too Weak for Veto-Bait Quota Bill
September 19 - White House Still Balks at Funding: Progress Made on Housing Bill, But Toughest Decisions Remain
September 19 - New DOT Head Will Be in Aviation 'Hot Seat'
September 19 - Campaign Finance Bill Is Set Aside
September 19 - House Members Caught in Controversy: Traficant Owes Back Taxes; Konnyu in Trouble at Home
September 19 - House Republicans Stage a Protest
September 19 - Mitchell Eyes Senate Leadership Bid
September 19 - Obey, Like Leath, Drops Out of Race: Panetta Unopposed for House Budget Post
September 19 - Wright Steers Middle Course on Contra Aid
September 19 - Plagiarism as Student, Candidate: Charges Make Biden Squirm,But He Reaffirms Campaign Bid
September 19 - New Member Profile: Christopher Shays, R-Conn.
September 19 - Supreme Court Nominee's Record Examined: Bork Faces Tough Questions On Privacy and Equal Rights
September 19 - May 1987 Lobby Registrations: Corporations and Businesses
September 19 - May 1987 Lobby Registrations: Foreign Governments
September 19 - May 1987 Lobby Registrations: Interest Groups
September 19 - May 1987 Lobby Registrations: Labor Organizations
September 19 - May 1987 Lobby Registrations: State and Local Governments
September 19 - May 1987 Lobby Registrations: Trade Associations
September 19 - May 1987 Lobby Registrations: Miscellaneous
September 19 - HUD Spending Bill Faces Funding Challenge
September 19 - Labor-HHS Bill OK'd by Senate Panel
September 19 - Subcommittee OKs Interior Funding Bill
September 19 - Bill Raising Safety Violation Fines Clears
September 19 - Members Hail Ozone Agreement
September 19 - Senate Panel Begins Clean Air Markup
September 19 - Senate Panel to Consider Ban on Smoking
September 19 - Verity Nomination Moves to Senate Floor
September 26 - In Hill-Reagan Tug of War, the Tugs Get Harder
September 26 - Gulf Coup Brings Reagan No Political Payoff
September 26 - Arms Control Agendas: Prospective INF Accord Faces Obstacles From Many Quarters
September 26 - Arias Sounds Call for Peace, End to Contra Aid
September 26 - Iran-Contra Affair: Who Proposed the Diversion? Israelis Point Finger at North
September 26 - A 'Leave It to the States' Approach: Administration AIDS Policy Comes Under Fire in House
September 26 - Screws Tightened as Bork Decision Approaches
September 26 - Byrd Torn By Competing Priorities and Pressures
September 26 - Uncertainty on the Bench: Supreme Court Term Hinges on Vacant Chair
September 26 - Doubtful Congress Clears Gramm-Rudman Fix
September 26 - After Gramm-Rudman: Now What?
September 26 - Spending-Cut Plan Not Offered: House Approves $57.9 Billion For HUD, VA, Other Agencies
September 26 - Fiscal 1988 HUD/Agency Funds (chart)
September 26 - Fiscal 1988 Interior Appropriations (chart)
September 26 - Strategic Oil Reserve Funds Pared: Senate Panel Approves $10 Billion Interior Bill
September 26 - Stopgap Bill, Including Contra Aid, Clears
September 26 - Refugee Amendment Added by Hatfield: Senate Panel OKs Funding Bill For Commerce, Justice, State
September 26 - Senate Passes Treasury-Postal Bill
September 26 - Ethics to Investigate Biaggi, Stallings, Murphy
September 26 - Speaker Wright's Book Deal Revealed
September 26 - House Interior OKs Oil, Gas Leasing Overhaul
September 26 - Panel to Tackle Arctic Refuge Issue
September 26 - Senators Berate Budget Scorekeeping: Panel Uses 'Phony' Savings To Meet Reconciliation Target
September 26 - Ban on Ocean Disposal of Plastics
September 26 - House Panel Moves to Curb Use of Boat Paint
September 26 - Three Committees Act, Two More Are Ready: Groundwater Research Bill Moving Toward House Floor
September 26 - Farm Credit Rescue Action Slows to a Crawl
September 26 - Second Presidential Dropout: Character Issue Strikes Again, Forcing Biden to Halt His Bid
September 26 - Gubernatorial Campaign Ahead? After Trible's Retirement Jolt, Cool Response to His '89 Hints
September 26 - Rep. Boner Wins Nashville Mayoralty
September 26 - Reagan U.N. Speech Focuses on World Peace
September 26 - Committee Hears From Bork Supporters and Opponents: Bork Wraps Up His Testimony, Followed by Critics, Admirers
September 26 - June 1987 Lobby Registrations: Corporations and Businesses
September 26 - June 1987 Lobby Registrations: Foreign Governments
September 26 - June 1987 Lobby Registrations: Interest Groups
September 26 - June 1987 Lobby Registrations: Labor Organizations
September 26 - June 1987 Lobby Registrations: State and Local Governments
September 26 - June 1987 Lobby Registrations: Trade Associations
September 26 - June 1987 Lobby Registrations: Miscellaneous
September 26 - Clean Air Bill Markup Continues
September 26 - Health Programs Approved by House Panel
September 26 - House Interior OKs Carter Historic Site
September 26 - Bentsen Examining Cost of Medicare Expansion
September 26 - Panel Strikes Airline Ad Provision in FTC Bill
September 26 - Panel Votes to Delay Sentencing Guidelines
September 26 - Senate Confirms Sessions to Head FBI
September 26 - Trade Talks With Canada Stall

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