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 2001
 February

February 3 - Exploring a New Dynamic
February 3 - Democrats Still Jostling for Seats
February 3 - GOP Moderates Seek Middle Ground
February 3 - A Paltry $1.2 Billion
February 3 - This Week in Congress
February 3 - Two Emerge in California's 32nd
February 3 - Chairman Tauzin Charts A Bold Course for Commerce
February 3 - Chairmen Stake Their Claims To Oversee Business Issues
February 3 - The Tauzin File
February 3 - GOP Members Grapple With Roles As Bush Team Players
February 3 - A Defining Role for DeLay?
February 3 - Bush's Tax Cut Plan Would Leave Many Snagged by Alternative Minimum Levy
February 3 - CBO Update Bolsters Tax-Cut Plans
February 3 - Election Study Bill Offered by Two Senators
February 3 - Drug Plan's Low-Key Launch Signals Bush May Be Open to Deal
February 3 - Bush Plan to Promote Faith-Based Charities Creates Dilemma for Both Parties
February 3 - 'New Freedom' Initiative
February 3 - Bush's Early Push to Aid the Disabled Bolsters 'Compassion' Theme
February 3 - Highlights of Bush Faith-Based Initiatives Package
February 3 - Ashcroft Wins Confirmation By Narrowest Margin in Decades
February 3 - Senate Democrats On Ashcroft
February 3 - Senate Confirms Norton and Whitman, Taking Wait-and-See Approach To Environmental Concerns
February 3 - Ergonomics Raised in Chao Confirmation
February 3 - Farm Report Urges Income Supplement
February 3 - Senators Resurrect Effort to Protect Air Travelers' Rights Through Legislation
February 3 - Lawmakers' Flying Frustrations
February 3 - Neighboring States' Resentments Complicate California's Search For Help With Power Crisis
February 3 - Zoellick Pushes for Prompt Revival Of Fast-Track Authority
February 3 - Fast Track's History
February 10 - Editor's Note: Not Business as Usual
February 10 - EU to Make Up U.S. Aid Cuts
February 10 - Time Left to Reverse Final Clinton Rules
February 10 - Centrists vs. Waivers
February 10 - This Week in Congress
February 10 - The Republican Challenge: Roping the Fiscal Strays
February 10 - Tax Plan Destined for Revision
February 10 - Torricelli Denies Wrongdoing In Financing 1996 Campaign
February 10 - Debate Set For Campaign Finance Bill
February 10 - Managed-Care Overhaul Back on the Front Burner
February 10 - Norwood's Reticence Buys Bush Time, But Georgian Warns Clock Is Ticking
February 10 - Intense Lobbying Gets Under Way Over Whether to Block Ergonomics Rules
February 10 - GOP, With Bush's Tacit Support, Puts Bankruptcy Bill on Fast Track, Hoping to Stave Off Amendments
February 10 - Congress Scrutinizes New HHS Rules, Considers Another Effort to Pass Medical Privacy Legislation
February 10 - Air Mergers Prompt Talk Of Moratorium
February 10 - Social Security Proposals Could Hurt Disabled
February 10 - Pipeline Safety Measure Is Revived and Passed in Senate; House Approach Uncertain
February 10 - Bush's Budgetary Caution Shocks Pentagon's Supporters
February 10 - GOP Drive to Roll Back Sanctions Promises to Be a Case-by-Case Struggle
February 10 - Sanctions and Sudan: Choosing Between Interaction and Punishment
February 10 - Senate Supports Agreement On U.N. Peacekeeping Dues To Allow Debt to Be Paid
February 10 - Wolfowitz Tapped as Deputy Defense Secretary
February 10 - Zoellick Confirmed for Trade Post
February 17 - Political Awakenings
February 17 - Hastert Healing at Home
February 17 - Praise for a Dear Friend
February 17 - Democrats Call Boycott Over Panel's Structure
February 17 - Hatch Seeks Harmony on Web Tunes
February 17 - This Week in Congress
February 17 - Breaking the Tie: Parties Seek Formula for Majority Status
February 17 - Virginia, New Jersey Races May Serve As Referendums on GOP Rule
February 17 - Bush's Fiscal Policy Proposals Close In on GOP Budget Writers
February 17 - Proposals to Alter Bush's Tax Plan Multiply Despite White House Appeals for Unity
February 17 - House Passes Bill to Use Social Security, Medicare Surpluses for Debt Reduction
February 17 - Key Senate Committees Bog Down Over Implementation of Power-Sharing
February 17 - Congress' Response to Pardon Granted to Fugitive by Clinton Is Unlikely to Go Beyond Hearings
February 17 - Democrats Tie Drug Benefit Bills To Broader Debate on Tax Cuts
February 17 - Cuts, Rivalries May Jeopardize Maglev Funding
February 17 - Measure to Revamp Bankruptcy Law Heads for Action in House, Senate
February 17 - Brownfields Cleanup Bill Introduced in Senate With Bipartisan Support
February 17 - Senate Panel Prepares to Take Up Education Authorization Without Budget Numbers From Bush
February 17 - McCain Introduces Measure To Give Passengers More Leverage in Service Disputes With Airlines
February 17 - Bush's Hints About Spending Level Ease Defense Hawks' Concerns
February 17 - Bush Promises Troops 4.6 Percent Raise, Billions for Health Care Improvements
February 17 - Mexico Drug Certification Could Ease
February 17 - State, Defense Officials Named
February 24 - Second Thoughts
February 24 - Shuster Son on Track for House Seat
February 24 - Spy Suspect Was Mindful Of Federal Death Penalty
February 24 - This Week in Congress
February 24 - Policing Consumer Privacy: Congress Prepares to Opt In
February 24 - HHS Reopening Medical Privacy Rules To Consider Industry's Objections
February 24 - Bush Faces Concern That Tax Cuts Will Be Too Much, Too Late
February 24 - One Section of Disability Law Struck Down
February 24 - Rep. Graham Announces Senate Bid
February 24 - Deadlines in Bankruptcy Bill Splinter Business' Support
February 24 - Business-Related Provisions
February 24 - Liability Remains Main Obstacle To Patients' Rights Legislation
February 24 - State Liability Laws
February 24 - Murkowski Set to Introduce Energy Bill Hinging on Drilling in Arctic Refuge
February 24 - Home Heating Aid Gets Push
February 24 - Bush's Trade Agenda Starts Out Between Big Steel and a Hard Place
February 24 - Byrd Law Bogs Down
February 24 - Hill to Take a Hard Look At FBI Counterspy Case; Administrative Fixes Likely
February 24 - Bush's First Press Conference Focuses on Foreign Policy, Budget and Clinton Pardons

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