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 2001
 September

September 1 - Trendspotting
September 1 - A Very Public Invitation
September 1 - Familiarity Breeds Lead for Lynch in Special Election
September 1 - This Week in Congress
September 1 - Unhurried Pace of Judicial Confirmations Is Typical of a President's First Year
September 1 - Trade and Consequences: Taking 'Fast Track' Debate on the Road
September 1 - Hoffa Seeks End to Oversight
September 1 - Blame Laid, Promises Revisited As Surplus Estimates Shrink
September 1 - Armed Services Panels Go Out on Limb In Trying to Enact Bush's Full Request
September 1 - Sen. Helms' Retirement Will Leave Void for GOP Foreign Policy Conservatives, Set Up Tough Partisan Fight for His Seat
September 1 - Rep. Spence Dies at 73; Helped Lead the Charge For Military Preparedness
September 1 - Condit's District May Face Overhaul As Democrats Weigh Remapping To Hold Threatened House Seat
September 1 - Farm Policy's Future Takes Shape In Chairmen's Disparate Visions
September 1 - The Past Four Farm Bills
September 1 - Immigration Debate Gains Intensity As Hill Awaits Details From Bush
September 1 - Fresh From a Set of Hill Victories, Can Labor Keep the Momentum?
September 1 - Democrats Will Seek to Steer Funds Away From Anti-Missile Program
September 1 - Oklahoma Governor's Proposal For Consolidating House Seats Could Pit Watts Against Istook
September 8 - Under the Klieg Lights
September 8 - GOP's House Edge: Thin and Comfortless
September 8 - New Executive-Privilege Case Brewing?
September 8 - Democrats Now Looking to Dixie for House Gains
September 8 - Ganske: Defeat With Honor
September 8 - This Week in Congress
September 8 - Between the Lockbox And a Hard Place
September 8 - Wariness of Farm Bill's Long-Term Cost Could Set Tone for Budget Debates
September 8 - Race Will Test Depth of Voter Allegiance To GOP in President's Home State
September 8 - Senate Conservatives Lose Another Powerful Nonconformist
September 8 - California Democrats' Plan To Protect Their Gains in House Prompts GOP Rep. Horn to Retire
September 8 - Democrats Pelosi and Hoyer Stress Party-Building Ability In House Whip Contest
September 8 - Senate Awaits First Legislative Shot In Battle Over Stem Cell Research
September 8 - Pressure From White House and Hastert Pries Brownfields Bill From Committee
September 8 - Letup in Cost of Fuel and Electricity Blunts Energy Package Momentum
September 8 - Where the Bills Part Ways
September 8 - Bush Calls Issue 'Incredibly Complex' After Mexico's Fox Urges Haste On Revised U.S. Immigration Policy
September 8 - Norwood Says Managed-Care Deal Still Needs Work, Reaches Out To Parley With Jilted Democrats
September 8 - Education Bill May Create Senate Logjam
September 8 - House Readies High-Speed Rail Lines Bill
September 8 - GOP Assuaged, Senate to Begin Work on CJS
September 8 - Panel Defers Rider Battles On D.C. Bill
September 8 - Pacts Lacking Bush's Support
September 8 - Top Democrats Try to Dent Bush's Foreign Policy Image
September 8 - Armed Services Democrats' Move To Shackle Anti-Missile Program Sets Up Fierce Senate Showdown
September 8 - Senate Intelligence Bill Advances After White House Drops Effort To Criminalize Classified Leaking
September 8 - Tension Between Defense and Business Over High-Tech Export Regulation Makes Deal Unlikely Before Spring
September 8 - House Military Construction Bill Advances
September 8 - House Passes Vietnam Trade Enhancement
September 8 - Wall Street Seeks to Soften Sudan Bill
September 8 - Bills Signed
September 15 - War Footing
September 15 - If This Means War, What Does 'War' Mean?
September 15 - Some Members Sat Tight as Danger Loomed
September 15 - From Big News to Back Page
September 15 - Labor's Love for Lynch Puts Him in Special Position
September 15 - This Week in Congress
September 15 - Regrouping With A Common Purpose
September 15 - In for the Long Haul
September 15 - For Bush, a Transforming Event
September 15 - Executive Powers in Crises Are Shaped By Precedent, Personality, Public Opinion
September 15 - Quiet Tension Over Spending
September 15 - Recent Emergency Aid
September 15 - Emergency Funds to Be Divided Between Recovery and Retaliation
September 15 - Tax Relief for Victims' Families
September 15 - Obey Sounds a Solitary Warning Against Carte Blanche
September 15 - Cautious on the Economy
September 15 - A Legislative Agenda in Limbo
September 15 - Day of 'Controlled Chaos'
September 15 - Committees' Profiles Change As Priorities Are Shuffled
September 15 - Flawed Intelligence: No Easy Fix
September 15 - Assassination Ban Questioned
September 15 - Anti-Terrorism Legislation
September 15 - Defense Debate Redrawn
September 15 - Ending a Security 'Meltdown'
September 15 - Possible Privacy Proposals
September 15 - Surveillance in a New Light
September 15 - Controversial Add-On To Be Revisited After Senate Unanimously Passes Bill Funding Commerce, Justice and State
September 15 - Joint Congressional Resolutions Authorizing Military Retaliation, Condemning Terrorist Attacks
September 15 - Bush Calls Upon Americans To Unite in 'Monumental Struggle Of Good vs. Evil' After Terrorist Attacks
September 22 - Balancing Liberty and Security
September 22 - Electronic Surveillance As a Tool Against Terrorism
September 22 - The Public's Vessel
September 22 - Constituents Back Lee's Vote
September 22 - Several Bush Nominees Get Quick Nods From Senate
September 22 - This Week in Congress
September 22 - Beneath Capitol's Harmony, Debate Simmers Patiently
September 22 - Making Law in an Easy Target: Capitol Goes on 'High Alert'
September 22 - New Map of Friends and Foes
September 22 - Potential Players in the U.S. Response
September 22 - Embracing Homeland Defense
September 22 - Relevant Committees
September 22 - Arms for a New Kind of War
September 22 - Levin Drops Missile Test Curb
September 22 - A Cautious Start for Stimulus
September 22 - Insurers Seek Protection
September 22 - Markets Survive Shocks
September 22 - Hill Clears Aid for Airlines
September 22 - Key Provisions of Aid Bill
September 22 - Spending Consensus Sought
September 22 - Attorney General's Proposals
September 22 - Immigration Debate Reverses Direction
September 22 - Pressure to Secure the Skies
September 22 - Despite Senate's Bipartisan Tone, Deal on Energy Will Be Difficult
September 22 - Military Construction Bill Passes House; Pentagon Protection Raises Concern
September 22 - Treasury-Postal Spending Bill Is Easily Passed by Senate As Members Forgo Amendments
September 22 - Conferees Say Education Overhaul, A Top Bush Priority Before Sept. 11, Can Still Be Completed This Year
September 22 - Administration Sees Conservation, Export Enhancement as Alternatives To Farm Subsidies Backed in House
September 22 - D.C. Spending Bill Heads for House Vote
September 22 - Fast Action Expected on Brownfields
September 22 - House Passes Bill to Consolidate Juvenile Justice Programs
September 22 - California Democrats' Remap Puts Two of Their Own in Tough Spots
September 22 - Candidates Gradually Resume Campaigning, With Partisanship Muted
September 22 - Bush Issues Ultimatum to Taliban, Calls Upon Nation and World To Unite and Destroy Terrorism
September 29 - Editor's Notebook: In the Loop
September 29 - GAO-Cheney Document Dispute on Hold
September 29 - In for the Duration: Few Senators Retiring
September 29 - 'Reading First' Plan Second-Guessed by Urban Schools
September 29 - Razorbacks Head to Runoff
September 29 - This Week in Congress
September 29 - Congress and the President: A Recalibration of Power
September 29 - Investigating Wars
September 29 - Defining Homeland Security
September 29 - Tom Ridge
September 29 - Tentative Spending Deal Reached As Politics of the Surplus Recede
September 29 - Hill Deciding Stimulus Is Needed, Even if a Deficit Is the Result
September 29 - War Bonds to the Rescue?
September 29 - America's Infrastructure at Risk: What Is the Federal Role?
September 29 - Infrastructure: On the Drawing Board
September 29 - Democrats Say They Won't Be Rushed Into Scheduling Senate Debate On GOP's Energy Legislation
September 29 - Energy Bills at a Glance
September 29 - Ashcroft's Counterterrorism Requests
September 29 - Committees Taking a Critical Look At Ashcroft's Request for Broad New Powers
September 29 - Bush Wants Joint Federal-Private Effort To Increase Airport Security
September 29 - Backers of Aid for Aviation Workers Have Limited Legislative Options
September 29 - Insurance Executives Urge U.S. to Backstop Cost of Covering Future Terrorist Attacks
September 29 - Negotiations on Education Overhaul Expose Deep Split Over Funding Levels And Delay Labor-HHS Markup
September 29 - House-Passed D.C. Bill Would Allow Health Benefits For Gay Employees' Partners
September 29 - Brownfields Bill Stalls Over Wage Issue
September 29 - Long-Shot Fuel Additive Bill Advances
September 29 - Congress Fearful of Ceding Too Much Foreign Policy Control
September 29 - House Clears Payment of Debt to U.N. As Anti-Terrorism Effort Takes Priority
September 29 - Defense Bill Wins Solid House Passage; Side Issues Delay Senate Action
September 29 - Construction Bill Heads To Conference
September 29 - Tough Talk Helps Move Jordanian Trade Bill But Clouds Prospects for 'Fast Track'

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