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 Congressional Affairs
 1986

January 4 - Compromises Tempered Key 1985 Decisions
January 11 - 1985 Coalition Votes
January 11 - 1985 Presidential Position Votes
January 11 - Arguing for Gramm-Rudman-Hollings: Congressional 'Law Firms' Help Out Members in Court
January 11 - Children's Lobby: Investing in Tomorrow
January 11 - Congress and the Country -- PAC Money: Source of Evil or Scapegoat?
January 11 - Conservative Coalition Definitions
January 11 - Conservative Coalition Support and Opposition: House (chart)
January 11 - Conservative Coalition Support and Opposition: Senate (chart)
January 11 - Conservative Strength Is High but Infrequent
January 11 - Ground Rules for CQ Presidential Support-Opposition
January 11 - Hill Backing for Reagan Continues to Decline
January 11 - Hill Voting Participation Hits 33-Year High
January 11 - List of Absences of Members of Congress
January 11 - Partisanship in Congress Up Sharply in 1985
January 11 - Party Unity and Party Opposition: House (chart)
January 11 - Party Unity and Party Opposition: Senate (chart)
January 11 - Party Unity Definitions
January 11 - Percentages of Presidential Victories (chart)
January 11 - Presidential Support and Opposition: House (chart)
January 11 - Presidential Support and Opposition: Senate (chart)
January 11 - Voting Participation Scores: House (chart)
January 11 - Voting Participation Scores: Senate (chart)
January 18 - Congress Goes to Work Under Budget Cloud
January 18 - First Session Summary
January 25 - Congress and the Country -- Campaign '86: Few Real House Contests
January 25 - Gramm-Rudman a Focus of Discussion: House Members Head for Party Conferences
January 25 - Rep. Nelson Completes Troubled Space Flight
January 25 - Water Project Critic: Rep. Miller Poised to Assume Udall's Interior Chairmanship
February 1 - Burke to Head Sen. Dole's Staff
February 1 - Perspective: The Political Uses of 'Official' Information
February 8 - Democrats Stress Values in Reply to Reagan
February 8 - House Ethics Launches New Probe
February 8 - Rep. Synar Wins Big One
February 8 - Senate Continues Undecided on TV Coverage
February 8 - Weekend Sessions Out of Washington: House Members Use Retreats To Prepare for Budget Battles
February 15 - Panel Says Daniel Erred, Urges No Sanction
February 15 - Perspective -- Sam Nunn: A Critic to Be Reckoned With
February 22 - Congress and the Country: The Misery and the Members Linger On
February 22 - Former Rep. Hansen Protests Ethics Ruling
February 22 - Linkage Sets Off New Battles: Senate Debates Rules Changes As Prelude to TV Coverage
February 22 - Perspective -- Sen. Eastland: The Last of a Vanished Breed
March 1 - House Holds Developers in Contempt in Marcos Probe
March 1 - Marcos Turns to Reagan's Friend Laxalt For the Verdict: 'Cut and Cut Cleanly'
March 1 - On Feb. 26: Democratic Response to Reagan's Address
March 1 - One Member's 'Hardball' Fight With the NRA
March 1 - Perspective: Space Shuttle 'Diplomacy' Shown by Congress
March 1 - Senate Agrees to Test of Radio, TV Coverage
March 1 - Senate Committee Funding Cut
March 8 - Clergy Takes on 'Contras' in Lobbying Blitz
March 8 - Congress and the Country -- The Senate: World's Least Effective 'Saucer'
March 8 - Foley: Rising to Top by Accident and Design
March 8 - High Court Rejects Hansen's Appeal
March 8 - House Majority Leaders, 1899-1986 (list)
March 8 - Major Separation-of-Powers Issues: Court to Review Pocket Veto, Laws With Legislative Vetoes
March 8 - New Faces in Constitutional Amendment Fight: Sens. Evans, Simon
March 8 - Rep. Addabbo Hospitalized
March 8 - Senate Telephone Decision Put on Hold
March 8 - Senators Who Signed Boschwitz Letter (list)
March 15 - A Threat to Peace? Proposed Arms Sale to Saudis Sparking Opposition on Hill
March 15 - Addabbo Critically Ill
March 15 - Garn Vows to Fight OMB on Funding
March 15 - Gramm at a Glance
March 15 - Gramm: Making Waves, Enemies and History
March 15 - Rep. Fuqua Announces Retirement
March 15 - Senate Committee Funding Approved
March 15 - Senate Radio Broadcasts Begin
March 15 - Signers of Gun Bill Discharge Petition (list)
March 22 - Congress and the Country: A Modern Speaker for Modern Times?
March 22 - Democratic Response to Reagan's Address -- March 16
March 22 - Lack of Support From House Moderates Was Key to Reagan Nicaragua Setback
March 22 - O'Neill: No More Tonkin Gulfs
March 22 - Senate Budget Committee Vote on Fiscal 1987 Budget (list)
March 29 - Congress May Boost Its Own Mailing Funds
March 29 - GOP Resistance Could Delay Budget in Senate
March 29 - Sen. Hawkins Demands Drug Testing of Her Staff
April 5 - 1985 Excise Tax Rates and Revenues (chart)
April 5 - A Handful of Senators, House Members Will Influence Future of Space Program
April 5 - Breaux, Moore Do Battle Over Oil Revenues
April 5 - Industries Working Fast Against Excise Tax Plan
April 5 - SPECIAL REPORT: RECONCILIATION How a Bill Becomes a Law (Revised)
April 12 - Chappell Next in Line on Defense Subcommittee: Rep. Addabbo's Death Opens Key Post on Appropriations
April 12 - Committee Drops Congressional Mail-Subsidy Hike
April 12 - New 'Revolving Door' Restrictions Proposed
April 12 - Russell Long: Tax Master and Senate Mentor
April 12 - Short Takes From Russell Long (list of quotes)
April 12 - The Long View on Tax 'Reform'
April 19 - Congress and the Country: A 50-50 Senate: Prescription for Confusion
April 19 - Gramm-Rudman Begins to Bite Its Creators: Budget Cuts Force Reductions In Every Corner of the Capitol
April 19 - Rules Panel Approves Curbs on Senate Mail
April 26 - 'Boll Weevils': 1985 CQ Vote Scores (chart)
April 26 - Chairman Bypasses Panel: Thurmond, Democrats Fight Over Shortcut on Crime Bills
April 26 - Democrats Cotton to 'Boll Weevil' Leath
April 26 - Ethics Panel Yields on Boner Probe
April 26 - Members Embarrassed by Vote to Lift Ceiling: House Reverses Itself on Outside Income Lid
April 26 - No Longer Seen as 'Traitors': 'Boll Weevils' Now Welcome In House Democratic Fold
April 26 - Senate Panel Picks Two Phone Firms
April 26 - Top House Recipients of Honoraria in 1984 (chart)
May 3 - Congressional Immunity Ruling
May 3 - Domenici at a Glance
May 3 - House Ethics Rules Tightened
May 3 - Leading the Budget Charge Against Reagan: Pete Domenici - A 'Reluctant Revolutionary'
May 3 - Other Shifts Follow Addabbo's Death: Rep. Chappell in Line to Chair Defense Appropriations Panel
May 3 - Senate Test of Televised Coverage Moves Forward
May 10 - Bob Packwood: A Tax Reform 'Convert'
May 10 - Comfortable Margin on Third Try: House Approves $1.7 Billion Supplemental Spending Bill
May 10 - Congress and the Country: The Press and 'Probe' Stories: What Limits?
May 10 - House Members Who Have Sought
May 10 - House to White House: How Tough a Trail?
May 10 - Major Provisions of House-Passed Supplemental
May 17 - Congressional Document Sales Put on Hold
May 17 - Deaver Lobbying Probe Spurs New Legislation
May 17 - Funding Shortfall Still Looms: Senate Votes Curbs on Mail, But House May Not Go Along
May 24 - Charges for Documents Begin June 2
May 24 - Coalition Loses a Member: Capital Gains Proponents Will Battle To Retain Their Preferential Tax Rates
May 24 - Leaders, Finance Members Top Honoraria List
May 24 - New, Diverse Coalition Works to Pass Tax Bill
May 24 - No Help From Other Industries: Real Estate Lobby Seeks Tax Bill Changes But Cannot Agree How to Pay for Them
May 24 - Panel Disallows Drug-Testing Funds
May 24 - Senate 1985 Honoraria Receipts and Donations (chart)
May 31 - Congress and the Country: Lane Evans: Bomb Thrower or Boy Scout?
May 31 - Senate Television Broadcasting Begins June 2
May 31 - Special Prosecutor Named to Probe Deaver Case
May 31 - Top House Honoraria Recipients (chart)
May 31 - Ways and Means Members Top Honoraria List
June 7 - Class of '82: Redefining Democratic Values
June 7 - GAO Auditing Funds of Senate Investigations Unit
June 7 - Members, House Democratic Class of 1982 (list)
June 7 - Perspective: House Judiciary Looks to Post-Rodino Era
June 7 - The 1982 GOP Class: Centrists and Survivors
June 14 - Congress and the Country: Senate, Full of Surprises, Rises to Occasion
June 14 - Help From Some Savvy Specialists (Senate Armed Services Committee staff members)
June 14 - Incumbent Claims Enough Votes to Win: Sen. Johnston Challenges Byrd For Democratic Leadership
June 14 - Major Provisions of Senate-Passed Supplemental
June 14 - Markup Set for 'Revolving-Door' Legislation
June 14 - Sam Nunn: The Careful Exercise of Power
June 14 - Supplemental Conferees Fail to Reach Pact
June 21 - A Rare Victory for Ron Dellums
June 21 - Action on Lobbying Bill Postponed
June 21 - House GOP: Plight of a Permanent Minority
June 21 - House Panel to Draw Up Impeachment Articles
June 21 - If the Democrats Take Over ... Who Leads?
June 21 - In 100th Congress: Shifts Likely in Chairmanships Even If GOP Keeps Senate Hold
June 21 - New Justice Lobbyist Is Right at Home With President's Conservative Agenda
June 21 - Senate Rules, Closeness of GOP Margin Keep Democrats Influential in Minority
June 21 - Task Force to Study House Restaurant
June 21 - Veto Possible for Supplemental Spending Bill
June 28 - Congress Departs After Week of Major Votes
June 28 - Perspective: Budget Lessons of Recess, Missed Deadlines
June 28 - Presidents and Precedents
June 28 - Reagan Lobbies Hard for Nominee: Decision on Manion Put Off After 'Roll of Dice' in Senate
June 28 - Senate Judiciary Votes Lobbying Restrictions: Compromise Crafted By Unusual Allies
June 28 - Senators Move to Keep Cameras Rolling
June 28 - Supplemental Funding Bill Sent to President
July 5 - Broyhill: A Skillful Spokesman for Business
July 5 - Highlights of HR4515 (cleared by Congress June 27) (chart)
July 5 - Sen. East Dies; Rep. Broyhill to Replace Him
July 5 - Summary of FY 1986 Supplemental Appropriations
July 12 - Aspin May Face Challenge at Armed Services: Leath, Bennett Eye Chairmanship Bids
July 12 - Rep. Alexander Out of Whip's Race
July 19 - 'People Are Not Oppressed' in Chile, Senator Says: Reagan Officials Exchange Blows With Helms
July 19 - Andrews Recommended for Ways and Means Seat
July 19 - Committee OKs Legislative Funding
July 19 - Leath Launches Campaign to Oust Aspin
July 19 - Senate TV Blackout Cut to Three Days
July 19 - Stevens Eyes New Bid for Senate GOP Leader
July 19 - Tax Conferees Start Work, Highlight Problems
August 2 - 'Sophisticated Dancer' Skirts Budget Traps: Bill Gray Builds a Political Career on Paradox
August 2 - Challenge to Aspin Prompts Counterplays
August 2 - Even Some Critics Use Them: In the Struggle for Influence, Members' PACs Gain Ground
August 2 - Gray at a Glance
August 2 - House Committee Vacancies Filled
August 2 - House Passes Legislative Appropriations Bill
August 2 - Members' PACs (chart)
August 2 - Senate's Romance With TV Ends in Marriage
August 9 - Congress and the Country: Rep. Edwards Leads Democrats in PR War
August 9 - Deaver Ethics Probe
August 9 - GOP Moderates Have Lot More Leverage Than Numerical Strength Would Suggest
August 9 - Incremental Gains And Damage Control: Liberal Democrats Adapt to a Hostile Climate
August 9 - Legislative Branch Totals $1.65 Billion
August 16 - Amendment Adopted on Mailing Costs: Legislative Funding Bill Approved by Senate
August 16 - Congress Fights Its Way to a Summer Recess
August 16 - For Sanctions Opponents, a Lonely Fight
August 16 - Possible Criminal Violations Alleged: House Panel Charges Deaver With Lying About Activities
August 16 - Selected Boren Contributors (chart)
August 16 - Sen. Boren Refuses PAC Contributions But Still Accepts Special Interest Money
August 16 - Senate Votes to Restrict PAC Contributions
August 16 - Senate's Climate of Partisanship Yields An Agreement of Unusual Complexity
August 23 - Conferees Approve FY '87 Legislative Funding
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Agriculture
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Appropriations
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Banking/Commerce
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Defense
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Economic Affairs
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Education
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Energy
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Environment
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Foreign Policy
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: General Government
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Health
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Housing/Community Development
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Human Services
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Inside Congress
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Labor
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Law/Judiciary
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Science/Technology
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Trade
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Transportation
August 23 - CONGRESS AT MIDYEAR: Veterans
August 23 - Congress Heads for Grand Legislative Finale, No. 1 Test Remains: Deficit Reduction
August 23 - How Tax Conferees Voted (list)
August 23 - Perspective: Indirect Benefits of 'Advice and Consent'
September 6 - English and Shaw: Longtime Drug Warriors
September 6 - Tempers Flared During 1950 Experiment With Omnibus Bill
September 6 - The Bill Congress Loves to Hate: Congress Returns to Tackle Biggest-Ever 'CR'
September 13 - After Ups and Downs of Reagan and Carter Years, Speaker O'Neill's Stature Is on the Ascendancy
September 13 - Media, Power Shifts Dominate O'Neill's House
September 13 - Scheduling Strains, Other Problems: Would-be Senators Bemoan Lack of House Leaders' Help
September 13 - Stevens Says He Won't Run Against Dole
September 27 - A Rose by Any Other Name Is Ours
September 27 - Sen. Zorinsky Considers a Return to the GOP
October 4 - House Leadership Contenders Seek Votes
October 4 - House Leadership: Power Shift Is Under Way
October 4 - Much Talk, Little Action - No Adjournment
October 11 - But No Punishment Recommended: Weaver Broke House Rules, Ethics Committee Concludes
October 11 - Fidgety Congress Inches Toward Adjournment, One Impasse Broken But Others Remain
October 11 - Senate Doles Out Its Mail Allowances for FY 1987
October 18 - 'The Congress That Wouldn't Sine Die': With All Its Deliberate Speed, Congress Nears 1986 Wrap-up
October 25 - Congress and the Country: A Legislative Record: A Boon or a Bane?
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Agriculture
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Appropriations
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Banking
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Commerce
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Defense
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Economic Affairs
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Education
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Energy
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Environment
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Foreign Policy
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: General Government
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Health
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Housing/Community Development
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Human Services
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Inside Congress
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Labor
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Law/Judiciary
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Science/Technology
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Trade
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Transportation
October 25 - The 99th Congress Legislative Summary: Veterans' Affairs
October 25 - The 99th Congress: A Mixed Record of Success
October 25 - Voting Participation Approaches Record High
November 1 - Congress in Brief: Second-Session Summary
November 1 - Reagan Prevails on Most Key Votes in 1986
November 8 - 100th Congress: Freshman Class (biographies)
November 8 - 100th Congress: Freshman Class Biographies of Harris (Ala.-7) and Rhodes (Ariz.-1)
November 8 - 100th Congress: New Senate Profiles
November 8 - 1987 House Makeup, Party Gains and Losses (as of Nov. 6)(chart)
November 8 - A Year of Little Turmoil in House Elections, Most GOP Incumbents Avoid the 'Itch'
November 8 - Average Age, 100th Congress (chart)
November 8 - Byrd vs. Johnston for Senate Majority Leader
November 8 - Democrats Have Their Own Priorities: Reagan Policies Face Stiff Challenges on Hill
November 8 - Failed Campaign Cost Republicans the Senate
November 8 - House Membership in the 100th Congress
November 8 - House Switched Seats, Newcomers and Loses (chart)
November 8 - Members' Occupations and Religious Affiliations (chart)
November 8 - Republicans Pay the Price: Lively Contests Fail to Attract Many Voters to the Ballot Box
November 8 - Retirements and Moves to the Senate: Election Brings Subcommittee Reshuffling
November 8 - Sanford Gets an Edge in Seniority
November 8 - Senate Agriculture Committee: Panel Returns to Center of Fray
November 8 - Senate Appropriations Committee: Business as Usual for Spending Bills
November 8 - Senate Armed Services Committee: A Careful Expert Taking the Helm
November 8 - Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee: Change in Banking Policy Expected
November 8 - Senate Budget Committee: Chiles Continues Bipartisan Tradition
November 8 - Senate Commerce Committee: A Shift in Style and Priorities Likely
November 8 - Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee: Johnston and McClure May Switch Jobs
November 8 - Senate Environment Committee: Change at Top to Have Limited Effect
November 8 - Senate Finance Committee: Trade, Not Taxes, Moves to the Fore
November 8 - Senate Foreign Relations Committee: No More Rescues for Reagan?
November 8 - Senate Freshmen, 1914-1986
November 8 - Senate Governmental Affairs Committee: Wider Sweep, More Activist Approach
November 8 - Senate Indian Affairs Committee: Melcher Likely to Take Chairmanship
November 8 - Senate Intelligence Committee: A Backer of the Agencies' Budgets
November 8 - Senate Judiciary Committee: Kennedy Has a Choice to Make
November 8 - Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee: A Swing to the Left in Panel Leadership
November 8 - Senate Membership in the 100th Congress (list)
November 8 - Senate Rules and Administration Committee: Holding the Line on Senate Expenses
November 8 - Senate Select Ethics Committee: A Return to 'The Judge' From Alabama
November 8 - Senate Small Business Committee: Leaders to Continue Bipartisan Tenor
November 8 - Senate Special Aging Committee: Post Has Distinctive Meaning for Pryor
November 8 - Senate Switched Seats, Newcomers, Losers (chart)
November 8 - Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee: Panel Expected to Stay on Course
November 8 - The 100th Congress: An All-Democratic Show, GOP Interregnum Brought to a Close
November 8 - The Senate Turnout: Hardly a Groundswell (chart)
November 8 - U.S. House Members Defeated (chart)
November 8 - Voters Restore Democrats to Senate Control
November 8 - Women, Blacks, Hispanics in Congress (chart)
November 8 - Women, Hispanics Hold Ground, Record Number of Blacks Elected to Congress
November 8 - Years of Expiration of Senate Terms
November 15 - 1986 Coalition Votes (chart)
November 15 - Advantage of Incumbency, 1946-86 (chart)
November 15 - Bank Bills Not on Fast Track: Banking Chairmen in No Hurry To Give Regulators More Power
November 15 - But He May Eventually Give It Up: Biden Says New Job Will Help Presidential Bid
November 15 - Committees May Change Emphasis: LaFalce, Bumpers to Head Small Business Panels
November 15 - Conservative Coalition Support and Opposition: House (chart)
November 15 - Conservative Coalition Support and Opposition: Senate (chart)
November 15 - Conservatives: A Rise in Unity but Not Victories
November 15 - GOP Schism Over Administration Policies: Helms, Lugar Square Off for Committee Post
November 15 - GOP's Ambitious Goal Is Parity by 1991: Democrats Extend Dominance in the States
November 15 - Kennedy Chooses Labor Committee
November 15 - Letters, GOP Rule on Foreign Relations Post
November 15 - Organizing the House: The Schedule
November 15 - Partisan Lineups of State Legislatures (chart)
November 15 - Partisanship Hit New High in 99th Congress
November 15 - Party Unity and Party Opposition: House (chart)
November 15 - Party Unity and Party Opposition: Senate (chart)
November 15 - Safe Seats, Hard Work, No National Discontent: House Incumbents Achieve Record Success Rate in 1986
November 15 - Senate Democrats Avert Fight, Plan Agenda
November 22 - Democrats Moving Swiftly to Organize Senate
November 22 - Helms-Lugar Battle Continues at Foreign Relations
November 22 - How Special-Interest Groups Rate Representatives (chart)
November 22 - How Special-Interest Groups Rate Senators (chart)
November 22 - PAC Foe Kerry Now a Fund-Raiser
November 22 - Senate Democrats Begin Committee Assignments
November 22 - The 99th Congress: 1985 Group Ratings
November 22 - The Specific Votes Used in Interest Group Ratings
November 29 - No More Talk of the 'Other Body'
November 29 - Picking House Leaders: New Lineup Slated
November 29 - Senate Democrats Make Committee Assignments
December 6 - Congress and the Country -- The Divided Congress: It Worked After All
December 6 - House Chief Administrative Officer to Be Named
December 6 - Key House Committee Posts to Be Filled Quickly
December 6 - Speaker Wright: A Different Style at the Top
December 6 - The Class of '86: Learning the Ways and Means
December 13 - Coelho Harvests the Fruits of His Labors In Vineyard of House Democratic Politics
December 13 - Disappointed Outnumber the Delighted: House Democrats, Republicans Begin Committee Assignments
December 13 - House Leadership Elections: Wright Era Begins
December 13 - House Members Let Their Hair Down
December 13 - Members Slated to Get Pay Raise
December 20 - Anthony Picked to Head Campaign Committee
December 20 - Congress Presses Its Inquiries Into Iran Deal
December 20 - More Appearances on Capitol Hill
December 20 - Raises for Members of Congress, Top Officials, Judges: Pay Boost Recommendation Jangles Nerves on Capitol Hill
December 20 - Recommended Salaries for Executive, Legislative, Judicial Branches
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook AGRICULTURE
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook BANKING
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook COMMERCE
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook CONGRESS
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook DEFENSE
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook ECONOMIC AFFAIRS
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook EDUCATION
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook ENERGY/ENVIRONMENT
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook FOREIGN POLICY
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook HEALTH
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook HOUSING/COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook HUMAN SERVICES
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook LABOR
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook LAW/JUDICIARY
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook Reagan's Sway Over Congress Slipping Away
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook TRADE
December 20 - Special Report: Legislative Outlook TRANSPORTATION
December 20 - Tentative 1987 Congressional Schedule
December 20 - The Hill Investigations: Leaders Unveil Two Panels, Work on Scope of Inquiries
December 20 - The House Committee: Well-Respected Hamilton Is Propelled Into the Limelight
December 20 - The Independent Counsel: Former Judge Given Broad Mandate to Investigate
December 20 - The Senate Committee: Watergate-Probe Veteran Inouye Gets Top Post
December 27 - Characteristics of the 100th Congress
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Amory Houghton Jr., R-N.Y.
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Arthur Ravenel Jr., R-S.C. (1)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Ben Nighthorse Campbell, D-Colo. (3)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Benjamin L. Cardin, D-Md. (3)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Bill Grant, D-Fla. (2)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Cass Ballenger, R-N.C. (10)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Claude Harris, D-Ala. (7)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Clyde Holloway, R-La. (8)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Constance A. Morella, R-Md. (8)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Curt Weldon, R-Pa. (7)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: David E. Price, D-N.C. (4)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: David E. Skaggs, D-Colo. (2)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: David R. Nagle, D-Iowa (3)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Donald E. 'Buz' Lukens, R-Ohio (8)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Elizabeth J. Patterson, D-S.C. (4)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Elton Gallegly, R-Cal. (21)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Ernest L. Konnyu, R-Cal. (12)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Floyd H. Flake, D-N.Y. (6)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Fred Grandy, R-Iowa (6)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Fred Upton, R-Mich. (4)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: George J. Hochbrueckner, D-N.Y. (1)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: J. Dennis Hastert, R-Ill. (14)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Jack Buechner, R-Mo. (2)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Jack Davis, R-Ill. (4)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: James H. Bilbray, D-Nev. (1)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: James M. Inhofe, R-Okla. (1)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: James McClure Clarke, D-N.C. (11)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Jim Bunning, R-Ky. (4)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Jim Jontz, D-Ind. (5)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Jimmy Hayes, D-La. (7)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Joel Hefley, R-Colo. (5)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: John J. Rhodes III, R-Ariz. (1)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: John Lewis, D-Ga. (5)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Jon Kyl, R-Ariz. (4)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Joseph E. Brennan, D-Maine (1)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Joseph P. Kennedy II, D-Mass. (8)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Kweisi Mfume, D-Md. (7)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Lamar Smith, R-Texas (21)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Louise M. Slaughter, D-N.Y. (30)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Martin Lancaster, D-N.C. (3)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Mike Espey, D-Miss. (2)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Owen B. Pickett, D-Va. (2)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Patricia Saiki, R-Hawaii (1)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Peter A. DeFazio, D-Ore. (4)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Richard Baker, R-La. (6)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Thomas McMillen, D-Md. (4)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Tim Johnson, D-S.D. (At Large)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Tom Sawyer, D-Ohio (14)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Wally Herger, R-Calif. (2)
December 27 - House Freshman Profile: Wayne Owens, D-Utah (2)
December 27 - Senate Committee Assignments, 100th Congress
December 27 - Seniority in the 100th Congress
December 27 - The House Class of '86: Middle-Aged and Polite
December 27 - The Last Few Seats in the House

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