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 2001
 October

October 6 - Editor's Notebook: Sizing Up
October 6 - An Extended Stay for Congress This Year?
October 6 - Press Restricted After Thurmond's Collapse
October 6 - Honoring a Son of Illinois
October 6 - Sparring Over Judges - Again
October 6 - This Week in Congress
October 6 - Fixing U.S. Intelligence: A Cultural Revolution
October 6 - Precision Weapons Against Terrorism: Covert Operations and Special Forces
October 6 - Intelligence Highlights
October 6 - Warnings and Recommendations From Recent Commissions on Terrorism
October 6 - Surveillance: Playing Catchup
October 6 - Particulars of Fiscal Rescue Plan Strain Parties' Tenuous Truce
October 6 - Brandishing Bush Letter, Lawmakers Close In on Seven Appropriations Bills
October 6 - What's Hot, What's Not: Handicapping the Stimulus Package
October 6 - Hoyer's and Pelosi's 3-Year Race for Whip: It's All Over but the Voting
October 6 - Hoyer: A Polished Party Loyalist Promises Greater Outreach
October 6 - Democratic Whip Race: Steny H. Hoyer
October 6 - Pelosi: A Tireless Fundraiser Sees Herself as a 'Fresh' Face
October 6 - Democratic Whip Race: Nancy Pelosi
October 6 - Anti-Terrorism Bills Head for Floor Votes, But Tough Negotiations Lie Ahead
October 6 - Money-Laundering Bill Gets New Life As Financial Tool Against Terrorists
October 6 - Through Security Mandates and Bailout, U.S. Takes Hands-On Role in Airlines
October 6 - Security Issue Prompts a Hard Look At Entire U.S. Transportation System
October 6 - Lawmakers Start Work on Measures To Protect Infrastructure, Population
October 6 - Bingaman in No Rush on Energy Legislation, But Lobbyists Leave Nothing to Chance
October 6 - House Squares Off With Senate, Bush On Restructuring Farm Policy
October 6 - Panel Clears Way for Labor-HHS Bill Despite Ongoing Split Over Education Funds
October 6 - Bush Calls for IDEA Rewrite
October 6 - House Panel Approves Drug Bill
October 6 - Defense Bill Conferees Face Sharp Division Over Base Closings
October 6 - Review Backs Technology Investment To Counter Asymmetric Threats
October 6 - Foreign Operations Spending Bill On Choppy Course in Senate
October 6 - Backers of Israel Voice Concern
October 6 - Seeking Wider Support, Thomas Delays Barely Bipartisan Fast-Track Measure
October 6 - Bills to Build Momentum
October 6 - Senate Clears Bill to Allow Normal Trade Relations With Vietnam on Yearly Basis
October 6 - Georgia Remap Merges 2 GOP-Held Districts
October 6 - Texas Remap Ruling Endangers Democrats
October 6 - Mike Mansfield Dies at Age 98; Led Senate During Tumultuous Era Of Vietnam War, Civil Rights Legislation
October 6 - Bowles Joins Democratic Field In North Carolina Senate Race
October 6 - Defense Is Key Issue in South Carolina GOP House Primary
October 6 - Florida's Harris Launches House Bid
October 13 - Editor's Notebook: Instincts of War
October 13 - Capitol Hill's Sanctum Sanctorum
October 13 - Milestones for Women in Congress
October 13 - Shays-Meehan Next Year?
October 13 - Texas Redistricting: On Second Thought . . .
October 13 - What's Ahead
October 13 - Hill Looks for Fed's Blessing In Forging Stimulus Package
October 13 - No Lack of Congressional Welcome For Central Banker's Active Role
October 13 - Move to Repeal Corporate AMT Finds New Life in Stimulus Debate
October 13 - Economic Tools at the Government's Disposal
October 13 - Congress Maintains its Right To Remain in the Loop
October 13 - Pelosi's Vote-Counting Prowess Earns Her the House Democrats' No. 2 Spot
October 13 - Re-Energizing the Money Chase
October 13 - House Passes Anti-Terrorism Bill That Tracks White House's Wishes
October 13 - Chambers' Divergent Actions On Money-Laundering Laws Complicate Anti-Terrorism Bill
October 13 - Senate-Passed Aviation Security Bill Declared a No-Go by House GOP
October 13 - Lawmakers Struggle to Define New Office of Homeland Security Without Appearing Confrontational
October 13 - House Judiciary Votes to Renew Internet Tax Ban for Two Years; GOP Leaders Want Longer Extension
October 13 - Daschle Blocks Markup of Energy Bills As Panel Democrats Threaten to Bolt
October 13 - Carefully Balanced Labor-HHS Bill Nearly Toppled by a Forgotten Pledge
October 13 - Appropriators Make Two Solid Strides Toward Finishing Spending Bills
October 13 - Normally Contentious Interior Bill Moves Cleanly Through Conference
October 13 - D.C. Spending Bill in Senate Would Allow Health Benefits For Gay Domestic Partners
October 13 - Bill to Enhance SEC Powers Approved
October 13 - Committee Approves Pediatric Drug-Testing Bill
October 13 - House Passes Bill to Expand Online College Education
October 13 - Once-Shunned Countries Now Get Close Attention on Hill
October 13 - Defense Bill Takes a Step
October 13 - Weapons Makers Forgo Lobbying In 'Reverse Ambulance Chase'
October 13 - Debate Over 'Fast Track' Authority Refocused on Domestic Concerns
October 13 - U.S. to Appeal WTO Ruling On Export Tax
October 13 - Bush Announces Military Action Against Terrorist Infrastructure And Taliban Regime in Afghanistan
October 20 - Editor's Notebook: Making Sense of Symbolism
October 20 - Miller, Chafee Top Senate Mavericks
October 20 - Will Cash Be Cropped if Farm Bill Stalls?
October 20 - Mexican Trucks Still the Crux
October 20 - The Daschle Factor in South Dakota's Senate Race
October 20 - What's Ahead: Week of Oct. 22
October 20 - Threats and Priorities
October 20 - Shaken Congress Confronts Bio-Terrorism Here and Now
October 20 - Fog Of War Comes to The Hill
October 20 - The First 12 Displaced
October 20 - Wide Spectrum of Plans Considered To Shape a Secure but Open Capitol
October 20 - Looking for Temporary Quarters
October 20 - A Closer Look at Anthrax
October 20 - From 'What-Ifs' to Reality
October 20 - Emergency Spending Measure Puts Bush Budget Chief on the Spot
October 20 - Senate Judicial Nominations Spat Again Frustrates Appropriators
October 20 - Sharply Divergent Stimulus Proposals Taking Shape in House and Senate
October 20 - Tax Break for Multinationals Decried, But Probably Destined to Pass
October 20 - Deal Clears Way for Final Passage Of Anti-Terrorism Legislation
October 20 - The Makings of a Deal
October 20 - Federalizing Airport Screeners Remains Deal-Breaking Issue On House Airline Security Bill
October 20 - Amtrak Security Bill Must Shake Off Riders To Advance in Senate
October 20 - Interior Bill Sails Through Congress But Budget Woes May Cut Deep Next Year
October 20 - Top Appropriators Steer Money To Home State Projects
October 20 - Moratorium on Internet Sales Tax Expires As Senate Negotiations Stall Over Whether, and How Long, to Extend It
October 20 - Looming Policy Expirations May Help Bush's Terrorism Insurance Plan Overcome Cool Response in Congress
October 20 - The Bush Insurance Proposal
October 20 - Bill to Waive Pakistan Sanctions Clears Over Protests From Appropriators And Supporters of India
October 20 - Changes to Defense Bill Modest Despite Focus on Anti-Terrorism
October 20 - Disabled Veterans Fight for Repeal Of Ban on Concurrent Retirement Pay
October 20 - Military Construction Bill Clears After Compromise on Funding For Scheduled Base Closures
October 20 - Massachusetts' Lynch, Florida's Miller Elected to 2 of House's 4 Vacancies; Nominees Chosen in Arkansas
October 20 - Rep. Sununu to Challenge Sen. Smith, Heeding Call From GOP Insiders Worried About Incumbent's Electability
October 27 - Editor's Notebook: Resilience Under Fire
October 27 - Editor's Notebook: Resilience Under Fire
October 27 - ANWR and Career Options
October 27 - How Congress Coped in the Age of Yellow Fever
October 27 - What's Ahead: Week of Oct. 27th
October 27 - Congress Improvises Its Way Back Into Business
October 27 - One Day in the Life Of a Displaced Congressman
October 27 - Rank and File to the Breakfast Club: Keep Key Policy Decisions off Menu
October 27 - Probing Sept. 11: In Due Time
October 27 - Fate of Economic Stimulus Bill In Hands of Senate Centrists
October 27 - Polarizing Social Issues Resurface In Debate Over Jobless Benefits
October 27 - Rising Unemployment Claims Drive Policy Debate
October 27 - Byrd's Plan for Stimulating Economy: $20 Billion in Public Works Spending
October 27 - War Bonds Bill Passes House; Senate Unsure
October 27 - Lawmakers Say Supplemental Spending Must Grow Further to Deal With Threats
October 27 - With Next Election Only a Year Away, Proponents of Ballot Overhaul Focus Their Hopes on 2004
October 27 - Terrorism Bill's Sparse Paper Trail May Cause Legal Vulnerabilities
October 27 - Key Anti-Terrorism Provisions
October 27 - Already-Strapped Postal Service Now May Need Billion-Dollar Bailout
October 27 - Parties Debate How to Build A Defense Against Bio-Terrorism
October 27 - House to Vote on Whether Federalization Of Airport Security Workers Should Be an Option or a Mandate
October 27 - Administration Asks Senate To Defer Farm Bill Until 2002, But Harkin Vows to Press Ahead
October 27 - Conferees on Education Overhaul Dismiss Whispers of 'Next Year'
October 27 - Senate Passes Agriculture Spending Bill After Dropping Disputed Provisions On Cuba Sanctions, Drug Re-Importation
October 27 - Bush Plan to Bolster Insurance Industry Likely to Be Curbed by Congress
October 27 - Conferees Purge Controversial Items From Treasury-Postal Service Bill, Provide Preview of 2003 Priorities
October 27 - Internet Tax Moratorium Still Stymied
October 27 - Building Anti-Terrorism Coalition Vaults Ahead of Other Priorities
October 27 - Diverse Coalition
October 27 - Bush's Deferral of Anti-Missile Tests Buys Time for ABM Treaty Workaround
October 27 - Foreign Operations Bill Still Snagged On Family Planning, Anti-Drug Aid
October 27 - Adversity for Ethnic Lobbies
October 27 - House Panel's Military Spending Bill Likely to Grow by Tens of Billions For Homeland Defense

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