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 1989
 May

May 6 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Conferees to Meet On '90 Budget
May 6 - Rules of Political Navigation Altered by Bush Centrism
May 6 - Ethics Issue Consumes House As Charges, Stories Mount
May 6 - House Banking's Bailout Bill Toughens Rules for S and Ls
May 6 - The Two Bills Compared
May 6 - House, Senate Adopt Versions Of $1.17 Trillion Plan
May 6 - $3.12 Trillion Debt
May 6 - APPROPRIATIONS: Revived Bill May Return to House
May 6 - House Reconciliation Instructions (chart)
May 6 - Caribbean Import Bill OK'd With a Deal on Ethanol
May 6 - SECTION NOTE: Tough Line on Trade Urged by Members
May 6 - SECTION NOTES: Trade Bill Credited On Exchange Rates
May 6 - SECTION NOTES: Ways and Means Plans Tax Hearings
May 6 - Section 89 Changes Debated Before Ways and Means
May 6 - LaFalce: Engineering the U-Turn
May 6 - Conferees Agree on Wage Bill, But Veto Still Anticipated
May 6 - FEDERAL WORKERS: Rehnquist Argues For Pay Raise
May 6 - Franking: Free Constitutions Killed by House
May 6 - House Committee Authorizes Funding for Air Security
May 6 - 'Cats and Dogs' Fight Over Funds
May 6 - Markup of Land-Purchase Bill Prompts Walkout by GOP
May 6 - ENERGY: Nuclear Regulators Blasted by Panel
May 6 - ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT: Congress Seeks Ways to Raise Fuel-Efficiency Standards
May 6 - SECTION NOTES: Administration Promises HDTV Legislation
May 6 - SECTION NOTES: House Votes Authorization For Merchant Marine
May 6 - SECTION NOTES: Wheat Sale to Soviets Approved by Bush
May 6 - Expiring Federal Subsidies Raise a Policy Dilemma
May 6 - Expiring Section 8 Rent-Subsidy Contracts (chart)
May 6 - Key Senators Remain at Odds Over Immigration Reform
May 6 - Projected Total Immigration to United States
May 6 - Assault-Weapon Import Ban Endorsed by House Panel
May 6 - HUMAN SERVICES: House Panel Votes to Renew VISTA, Other Programs
May 6 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Starr Confirmation Appears Likely
May 6 - Germans' Stance on Missiles Puts Bush in Tight Spot
May 6 - Old Issue, New Political Equation (chart)
May 6 - Where the Bombs Are:
May 6 - North Verdict Ends Chapter, But Story Continues On
May 6 - Administration, House Panel Seek Deal on Restrictions
May 6 - Bush Administration Officials Defend Accord With Japan
May 6 - SECTION NOTES: Administration Will Oppose New Pretoria Sanctions
May 6 - SECTION NOTES: Bush Team Shifts Slightly On Chemical Weapons
May 6 - SECTION NOTES: Hill to the WHO: Don't Admit the PLO
May 6 - Is Competition in Elections Becoming Obsolete?
May 6 - Republican Share (chart)
May 6 - Counting the Vote: Nationwide
May 6 - Few Close Calls (chart)
May 6 - 1988 GOP House/Presidential Vote:
May 6 - ELECTIONS: Registration Bill Sent to House
May 6 - PRESIDENTIAL REMARKS: Bush Seeks 'New Partnership' On Central America Policy
May 6 - Senate and House Budget Assumptions Compared
May 6 - THE 1988 ELECTIONS:
May 6 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Republican Ambitions In a 'Dead-Ball' Era
May 13 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Round One Nears End On Minimum Wage
May 13 - Wright Lawyers Battle Back But Outlook Is Gloomy
May 13 - Disquieting Past
May 13 - Revising Non-Profit Rules: A No-Win Undertaking
May 13 - Small Business Woes
May 13 - What Is a Charity? The Law Is Vague And It's Likely It Will Stay That Way
May 13 - Panel Hands Bush a Setback On Financing of Bailout
May 13 - A Voice of Caution on the Bailout
May 13 - Agreement on Fiscal 1990 Plan Puts Off Tough Decisions
May 13 - Domestic Discretionary Spending (chart)
May 13 - APPROPRIATIONS: Supplemental Bill Remains Stalled
May 13 - THIRD WORLD DEBT: Funding Sought For IDB
May 13 - Shrinking U.S. Markets (chart)
May 13 - Washington Policy on R and D Proving Divisive Issue
May 13 - Taking Technology Home
May 13 - Two Views of Sematech
May 13 - LABOR: House OKs Wage-Floor Rise, But Not by Two-Thirds
May 13 - ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT: OMB's Tampering of Testimony Hurts Bush's Credibility
May 13 - Smog Bill Toughens Standards For Car, Truck Emissions
May 13 - INDIAN AFFAIRS: Agency Paralysis Blamed for Oil Theft on Tribal Land
May 13 - ENERGY: Filibuster Warning On Gas-Price Bill
May 13 - ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT: House Panel Limits Land 'Giveaway'
May 13 - SECTION NOTES: Administration Proposes Oil-Spill Cleanup Fund
May 13 - SECTION NOTES: Drug Testing Voted For Rail Workers
May 13 - SECTION NOTES: Senate Agrees to Delay New Ethics Rules
May 13 - VETERANS: Benefits Changes Get Markup
May 13 - Congress Again Scrutinizes
May 13 - Anti-Bias Shield for Disabled Has Strong Support Base
May 13 - Major Civil Rights Laws
May 13 - AIDS: Covered Indirectly
May 13 - LAW/JUDICIARY: House Raises Limit On Settlements
May 13 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Impeachment of Judge Nixon Sets Up 2nd Senate Trial
May 13 - House Overwhelmingly Passes Vocational-Training Bill
May 13 - Members of Congress Deplore Influence-Peddling at HUD
May 13 - HEALTH: Family-Planning Battle Flares In Senate, Federal Courts
May 13 - LAW/JUDICIARY: ABA, Thornburgh Near an Accord
May 13 - Crisis Gives Bush a Lesson In the Limits of Power
May 13 - A Chronology of Events
May 13 - Congress Is Using Aid as a Lever To Protest Rights Abuses
May 13 - Somalia and the Sudan: Two Countries Plagued by Poverty, Famine and War
May 13 - Bush's Cuts Would Take Away Some Hometown Bacon
May 13 - How the Budget Pie Was Sliced (chart)
May 13 - TECHNOLOGY AND TRADE: Critics of U.S.-Japan Jet Pact Unlikely to Block Venture
May 13 - Former Bush Adviser Gregg Grilled on Contra Role
May 13 - SECTION NOTES: PLO Bid to Join the WHO Continues to Rile Hill
May 13 - SECTION NOTES: President Weighs Easing Jackson-Vanik Curbs
May 13 - SECTION NOTES: Senate Declines to Punish Bahamas on Drug Issue
May 13 - ELECTIONS: Jontz, Campbell Decide to Pass On Campaigns for Senate
May 13 - VOTING: Minority Leaders: Ease Registration
May 13 - EDUCATION: Vocational-Training Programs Are Overhauled by House
May 13 - TAX OPTIONS: Panel Draft Would Tighten Rules for Non-Profits
May 13 - Bush Deplores Noriega Regime, Announces U.S. Response
May 13 - CONGRESSIONAL STATEMENT: Joint Leaders Praise President On Actions Against Panama
May 13 - House Votes 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 50, 52
May 13 - Senate Vote 65
May 13 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: The Political Legacy Of 1970s Colorado
May 20 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Speaker's Attorneys Seek Dismissal
May 20 - Confusion, Tension, Despair: Wright Case Takes Its Toll
May 20 - ETHICS: Televised Hearing on Motion Pivotal to Wright's Fate
May 20 - Coelho Sends Panel Analysis Of 'Junk Bond' Deal
May 20 - U.S. Plies Uncharted Waters In Effort to Open Markets
May 20 - Europeans Cite the U.S.
May 20 - Six Countries Are Likeliest Candidates For Inclusion on Trade 'Priority' List
May 20 - 'Super 301' Process: How it Works
May 20 - $1.17 Trillion Fiscal 1990 Plan Clears House, Senate
May 20 - Reconciliation Instructions (chart)
May 20 - Fiscal 1990 Budget Resolution (chart)
May 20 - APPROPRIATIONS: Supplemental Turns Partisan As VA Gets Separate Bill
May 20 - Ways and Means Ratifies Plan To Put Bailout On Budget
May 20 - BANKING: Truth-in-Savings Bill Revived
May 20 - SECURITIES: SEC Chief Plans To Leave Post
May 20 - SECURITIES: High Court Arbitration Ruling Could Revive Investors' Bill
May 20 - Deadlock Likely to Continue
May 20 - ENERGY: Senate Panel OKs Gas-Price Bill
May 20 - ENVIRONMENT: Senators Introduce Bill to Ban Alar
May 20 - Hill Repairing Revolving Door, While Top Employees Exit
May 20 - VETERANS: Benefits Changes Voted by Panel
May 20 - INDIAN AFFAIRS: Disputed Museum Gets Go-Ahead
May 20 - LABOR: Wage-Floor Boost Heads For Veto
May 20 - AGRICULTURE: New Rural-Development Effort Has Strong Senate Support
May 20 - SECTION NOTES: Airport Noise Abatement Supported by House
May 20 - SECTION NOTES: Emergency-Exit Seating Voted for Blind
May 20 - SECTION NOTES: Nation's Oil Stockpile May Be Enlarged
May 20 - SECTION NOTES: Panel OKs Liability Coverage For Space-Shuttle Project
May 20 - SECTION NOTES: Panel Votes $10 Million For Children's TV
May 20 - Draft Welfare Regulations Draw Fire From States
May 20 - AFDC Benefit Levels: Losing Value
May 20 - Moynihan Fuming at HHS
May 20 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Relaxation of Antitrust Laws Eyed for Joint Ventures
May 20 - From Expert to Advocate
May 20 - Critics on Both Sides Take Aim At Bush Anti-Crime Plan
May 20 - U.S.-Japan Fighter-Jet Deal Is Cleared for Takeoff
May 20 - OAS Turning Up the Pressure On Noriega to Step Down
May 20 - FOREIGN AID: House Threatens WHO on PLO
May 20 - NICARAGUA: Doubts Cast on Soviet Claims Of Halting Arms Shipments
May 20 - Top Foggy Bottom Appointees Caught in Party Crossfire
May 20 - THE STATE DEPARTMENT: Senate Committee Drafts Bill Minus the Dollar Amounts
May 20 - U.S.-SOVIET RELATIONS: Bush Stance on Jackson-Vanik Offers Something for All
May 20 - House Members Given Edge
May 20 - Washington to Trenton
May 20 - COLORADO: Skaggs Won't Run For Senate Seat
May 20 - Poll-Closing Bill Clears Rules, But Voter Sign-up Snags
May 20 - SECTION NOTES: Kassebaum to Seek 3rd Senate Term
May 20 - Bush Proposes Soviet Policy Of 'Beyond Containment'
May 20 - Administration Crime Package Urges Increased Spending
May 20 - PROVISIONS: Wage Bill Approved, Heads For Veto
May 20 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: The Senators' Lane To the Presidency
May 27 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Leadership Changes Likely in House
May 27 - The Turmoil and Transition: Stage Set for New Speaker
May 27 - THE HOUSE: Wright's Hold on Speakership Slips Away as Panel Digs In
May 27 - Two Heartbeats Away
May 27 - Leadership Jockeying Starts As Party Shake-up Nears
May 27 - Six Who May Seek New Jobs
May 27 - Statement of Speaker Jim Wright May 25, 1989
May 27 - Once-Soft Ethics Committee Hardens Its Standards
May 27 - Back at Home, Farm Team Awaits
May 27 - 'The Torch' Tries to Ignite Support
May 27 - OHIO: Lukens' Political Future Shaky After Sex Charge Conviction
May 27 - House Defies Veto Threat
May 27 - Neal Smith: Digging in His Heels
May 27 - Whitten Amendment to HR2072
May 27 - Japan, India, Brazil Cited For Import Barriers
May 27 - Intellectual Property
May 27 - Judiciary Panel Rejects Bid To Ease Capital Rules
May 27 - How Much Will a Bailout Cost?
May 27 - BANKING: Next on Agenda? Glass-Steagall
May 27 - SECURITIES: Takeovers Declared Good for Business
May 27 - THIRD WORLD DEBT: U.S. Banks Warned To Ease Load
May 27 - New Space-Shuttle Boosters Are Coming Under Fire
May 27 - Panel's Oil-Spill Liability Bill To Pre-empt State Law
May 27 - AVIATION: Warning Appended To Security Bill
May 27 - TELECOMMUNICATIONS: Phone-Rate Abuse Target of Panel
May 27 - Supporters of Wage-Floor Rise Try Radio and Back Rooms
May 27 - BUREAUCRACY: Darman Reassures, But Panel Wary
May 27 - AGRICULTURE: Farmers' Drought-Relief Bill Sprouts in House Panel
May 27 - ENVIRONMENT: Timber Measure Meets a Hitch
May 27 - INDIANS: Increase Voted in BIA Police Role
May 27 - ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT Smog Bill Hearing Highlights Split
May 27 - SECTION NOTES: Coast Guard Personnel Increased By Panel
May 27 - SECTION NOTES: Puyallup Tribe Settlement Approved By House
May 27 - Thrift-Industry Salvage Bill Carries Pair of Riders
May 27 - Former HUD Secretary Grilled On Influence-Peddling Scam
May 27 - TAXES Split Opens Within Bush Team Over Housing Tax Credit
May 27 - Bill to Aid Central Americans Advances in House Panel
May 27 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Senate Makes Starr Solicitor General
May 27 - HUMAN SERVICES: House Subcommittee Approves Senior Volunteer Programs
May 27 - IMPEACHMENT: Nixon Says He Will Remain off Bench
May 27 - Intention to Change System Encounters Hill Reality
May 27 - ARMS CONTROL: Bush, on More Positive Note, Leaves for NATO Summit
May 27 - TRADE AND TECHNOLOGY: House Panel Alters Fighter-Jet Bill
May 27 - Hill Friends Fighting to Save Endangered Fighter Jet
May 27 - 'Top Gun': Outgunned in Long Run?
May 27 - SECTION NOTES: Armitage, Choice for Army, Withdraws Nomination
May 27 - SECTION NOTES: Baker Offers Blunt Words On Mideast Divisions
May 27 - SECTION NOTES: House Votes to Praise Chinese Protesters
May 27 - SECTION NOTES: Obey Warns He'll Hold Up Aid Over Iran-Contra Questions
May 27 - GOP Gubernatorial Primary Seems to Be Tightening
May 27 - Bush Cheers Soviet Changes, Wishes Gorbachev Well
May 27 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: Is Impeachment The Only Way?

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