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 1988
 January

January 2 - Many Labor-HHS Programs Win Fund Increases
January 2 - Final Provisions, Fiscal 1988 Labor-HHS Appropriations
January 2 - Rural Speed Limit Can Be Raised: Transportation Spending Plan Bans Smoking on Brief Flights
January 2 - Fiscal 1988 Transportation Funds (Chart)
January 2 - Fiscal 1988 Legislative Appropriations (Chart)
January 2 - Immigration Controversy Avoided: Commerce, Justice, State Get $13.9 Billion
January 2 - Funding Breakdown for Commerce/Justice/State (Chart)
January 2 - CCC to Abide by Whitten in Funding Dispute Foes Hope to Prevail In Next Budget Cycle
January 2 - Major Provisions of Housing Authorization Bill
January 2 - DOE Reactors Old, Unreliable: Congress Faces Major Decision On Nuclear-Weapons Reactors
January 2 - Reagan Took a Beating on Key Votes in 1987
January 2 - '88 Governors' Races: A Political Barometer
January 2 - 1988 Gubernatorial
January 2 - 1988 Occupants of the Nation's Statehouses (Chart)
January 2 - Arizona's Mecham: The Troubles He's Seen
January 9 - In Iowa, Look for Clues Behind the Hoopla
January 9 - Sioux County: The Issue of Character Reigns
January 9 - Ringgold County: Farm Fury Is a Feeble Flame
January 9 - Wapello County: A Test for Labor and Gephardt
January 9 - Johnson County: Search Still On For Campus Champ
January 9 - Filings Roundup: Texas' Bentsen Draws Foes; Quiet Year in Maryland
January 9 - Illinois House Candidates (chart)
January 9 - Maryland House Candidates (chart)
January 9 - $13 Billion Pared From '88 Pentagon Spending
January 9 - Defense Program Spending, Fiscal 1988 (chart)
January 9 - Military Construction Funding Is Chopped (chart)
January 9 - Funding Set at $15.6 Billion: Nuclear Activities Dominate Energy and Water Spending
January 9 - Fiscal 1988 Energy/Water Funding (chart)
January 9 - Fiscal 1988 Interior Appropriations (chart)
January 9 - Sen. Byrd's Clean-Coal Plan OK'd: Interior Spending Exceeds Reagan's Request
January 9 - 'Non-disclosure' Agreements Suspended: Treasury-Postal Funding Adds New Staff for Customs Service
January 9 - Fiscal 1988 Treasury, Postal Funding (chart)
January 9 - Slightly Less Than Fiscal '87: $57 Billion Provided for Housing, VA, Others
January 9 - Fiscal 1988 HUD/Independent Agency Funds (chart)
January 9 - Federal Funding Reduced by $10 Million: District Caught in Fiscal '88 Budget Squeeze
January 9 - Fiscal 1988 D.C. Appropriations (chart)
January 9 - New Sunflower Program Dropped: FY '88 Bill Provides $56 Billion For Agriculture and Nutrition
January 9 - Fiscal 1988 Appropriations Approved...
January 9 - Nursing Homes, Vaccine Injuries, Rural Health: Reconciliation Bill Includes Several Key Health Changes
January 9 - Major Provisions of the Fiscal 1988 Reconciliation Bill
January 9 - Anti-Murdoch Provision in Funding Bill Sparks Flap
January 9 - Budget Submission Delayed Until February
January 9 - GOP Reps. Badham, Lujan Plan to Retire
January 9 - U.S.-Canada Free-Trade Agreement Signed
January 16 - Presidential Support and Opposition: Senate (chart)
January 16 - Parties Close Ranks When Control Is at Stake
January 16 - Democrats Draw Closer to Party in 1987
January 16 - Party Unity and Party Opposition: Senate (chart)
January 16 - Party Unity and Party Opposition: House (chart)
January 16 - 'Conservative Coalition' No Longer a Force
January 16 - Support Is High When Coalition Appears... ...But That Does Not Happen Very Often
January 16 - Conservative Coalition Support and
January 16 - Conservative Coalition Support and Opposition: House (chart)
January 16 - Voting Participation Remains Near Record High
January 16 - Voting Participation: Senate Scores (chart)
January 16 - Voting Participation: House Scores (chart)
January 16 - Freshmen Challenge Reagan - and the Senate
January 16 - Democrats Protest Catchall Bills
January 16 - No Appropriations Panel, Says Half of Senators: Survey Shows Members Angry at 'Gridlock'
January 16 - GOP Chances for House Gains at Stake: Slowdown in Shift to Sun Belt May Affect Reapportionment
January 16 - A Full Plate Greets Mississippi Voters March 8
January 16 - Mississippi House Candidates (chart)
January 16 - Tennessee 5th to Vote
January 16 - To Reach Blacks, Lott Is Thinking Creatively
January 16 - Appeals Court Reversed: School Officials Get Clearance To Censor Student Newspapers
January 16 - Bush Wins a Round in Michigan
January 16 - Iacocca, Rohatyn Named to Commission on Deficit
January 16 - Judge Bork Resigns From Appeals Court
January 16 - Rostenkowski Draws the Line on Medicare Cuts
January 16 - Reagan's Clout in Congress Falls to Record Low
January 16 - A Note From the Editors of Congressional Quarterly
January 16 - Highest Scorers in Presidential Support...
January 16 - 1987 Presidential Position Votes
January 16 - Presidential Support and Opposition: House (chart)
January 23 - Cover Story: The 1988 Agenda Elections Loom Over Congressional Calendar
January 23 - Reagan Seeks Compromise to Win Contra Aid
January 23 - Civil Warfare Intensifies Despite Political Gains: Peace Plan Compliance Is in the Eye of Beholder
January 23 - Senate Now Turns Scrutiny to INF - and Beyond
January 23 - Rules, Timetables: What the Pact Would Do (WR 01/23/88 p. 150; 125 lines)
January 23 - Putting a Spin on the Treaty: Three Options
January 23 - New Lease on Political Life? Nunn Suggests Redirecting the SDI Program
January 23 - Ideology Is a Dark Horse: Bush-Dole Nomination Contest Is No Watershed Event for GOP
January 23 - No Signs Yet of a Big GOP Shakeup
January 23 - New Member Profile: Bob Clement, D-Tenn. 5
January 23 - Three In House Say They Will Retire
January 23 - North Investigation Will Continue
January 23 - Right to Bar Handicapped Students Limited
January 23 - The Post-Bork Civil Rights Agenda: Sponsors Plan Early 1988 Push For Grove City, Housing Bills
January 23 - Deaver Conviction Now in Doubt: Court Strikes Down Special-Prosecutor Law
January 23 - Judge Nixon Says He Won't Resign
January 23 - Ortega Ends State of Emergency
January 23 - Reagan Certifies No Cease-Fire in Nicaragua
January 23 - Taxes Were Focus of November Lobby Action
January 23 - November 1987 Lobby Registrations: Corporations and Businesses
January 23 - November 1987 Lobby Registrations: Foreign Governments
January 23 - November 1987 Lobby Registrations: Interest Groups
January 23 - November 1987 Lobby Registrations: Labor Organizations
January 23 - November 1987 Lobby Registrations: State and Local Governments
January 23 - November 1987 Lobby Registrations: Trade Associations
January 23 - November 1987 Lobby Registrations: Miscellaneous
January 23 - OCTOBER 1987 LOBBY REGISTRATIONS
January 23 - Commission Urges More Use of 25th Amendment
January 23 - Reagan to Ask More Funds for Magnet Schools
January 23 - Seven States in Competition for 'Supercollider'
January 23 - Tumult of 1974 Still Resounds at Local Level
January 30 - Democrats Lining Up Behind 'Family' Banner
January 30 - Organized Labor a Major Lobby Force Behind Many So-Called 'Family' Issues
January 30 - Trio Is Off on 'Great American Family Tour'
January 30 - President Reagan Begins His Long Goodbye
January 30 - Reagan's Attack on Pork-Fed Mega-Bills Strikes a Responsive Chord in Congress
January 30 - INF Treaty: Star Vehicle for Political Agendas
January 30 - Dole: Strong Endorsement, Call for Fixes
January 30 - Contra Vote May Not Be Clear Test After All
January 30 - Lobby Groups Take Aim at the Undecideds
January 30 - Mandatory Notice to Congress: Senate Panel Approves a Bill Tightening Covert Operations
January 30 - Prudent Role, or a Risky One GOP Moderates Are Mulling Their Quiet Place in '88 Race
January 30 - The GOP Middle: Rather a Muddle
January 30 - Hawaii Republicans Reset Caucuses
January 30 - Endorsements for Presidential Candidates: Members of Congress Choosing Sides for '88
January 30 - Nearly Half of All Members of Congress
January 30 - Death Creates Vacancy in Virginia 5th: Roemer's Promotion Starts Louisiana Scramble
January 30 - Panel Gives Kennedy Unanimous Endorsement
January 30 - Reverses Supreme Court Decision: Senate Passes Civil Rights Bill That Repeals Abortion Rules
January 30 - Bid to Help Murdoch Keep New York Post Fails
January 30 - Soybean Growers Want Help From Government
January 30 - Reagan Puts Capital Gains Tax Back on Table
January 30 - Housing Panel Angered by 'No-Show' Pierce
January 30 - Reagan Gives Upbeat State of the Union Address
January 30 - Byrd, Wright Respond: Democrats Dispute Reagan's View of the Nation
January 30 - Reagan Asks for More Contra Aid
January 30 - Reagan Explains Request: Contra Aid Leads to Sandinista 'Concessions'
January 30 - Ortega Letter to Reagan: Democracy in Nicaragua Sooner If U.S. Would End Contra Aid
January 30 - Gov. Mecham Faces Recall, Other Troubles
January 30 - Senate Ready to Act on Price-Anderson Bill
January 30 - UDAG Funds Awarded Under Old Formula

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