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 Congressional Affairs
 1999

January 2 - BUDGET: GOP Faces Fiscal Quandary
January 2 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Hastert Wins High Marks From the Business Community
January 2 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Impeachment's Long Shadow
January 2 - DEFENSE: Missile Defense Tug of War
January 2 - From the Editor
January 2 - Hastert's Group Ratings
January 2 - HEALTH CARE: New Strategy, Old Disputes
January 2 - HELP WANTED: Clerk's Job Vacant
January 2 - LEGISLATIVE OUTLOOK: Parties Set Ambitious Agendas In the Shadow of Old Grudges
January 2 - SOCIAL SECURITY: A Rare Opportunity Ahead
January 2 - TAXES: Only Small Issues Need Apply
January 2 - This Week in Congress
January 9 - A Determined Prosecution
January 9 - After Historic Swearing-In, Duty Trumps the Party Line
January 9 - Attendance Holds Steady
January 9 - Chart: 1998 Conservative Coalition Votes
January 9 - Chart: 1998 House Presidential Position Votes
January 9 - Chart: 1998 Party Unity Votes
January 9 - Chart: 1998 Senate Presidential Position Votes
January 9 - Chart: Conservative Coalition Background
January 9 - Chart: Conservative Coalition Support and Opposition: House
January 9 - Chart: Conservative Coalition Support and Opposition: Senate
January 9 - Chart: Leading Scorers: Party Unity
January 9 - Chart: Leading Scorers: Presidential Support
January 9 - Chart: Members' Occupations and Religious Affiliations
January 9 - Chart: Minorities in Congress
January 9 - Chart: Party Unity and Party Opposition: House
January 9 - Chart: Party Unity and Party Opposition: Senate
January 9 - Chart: Party Unity Background
January 9 - Chart: Presidential Support and Opposition: House
January 9 - Chart: Presidential Support and Opposition: Senate
January 9 - Chart: Presidential Support Background
January 9 - Chart: Voting Participation: House
January 9 - Chart: Voting Participation: Senate
January 9 - Clinton's Biggest Prize Was a Frustrated GOP
January 9 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: House Opens a New Session With a Coach and a Prayer
January 9 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: New Congress Is Older, More Politically Seasoned
January 9 - From the Editor
January 9 - GINGRICH INC.: Making a Living
January 9 - Guide to CQ's Voting Analyses
January 9 - House Eases Its Limit on Taking Gifts To Match the Senate's Restrictions
January 9 - impeachment 'Science': How the Senate Prepared To Replace Richard Nixon
January 9 - ON-THE-RECORD: Campaign Donors Provide Clues To Hastert's Interests
January 9 - Partisan Voting on the Rise
January 9 - R.I.P. to a Conservative Force
January 9 - Senate Strives for Dignity
January 9 - TEXT: 'Solutions to Problems Cannot Be Found in a Pool of Bitterness,' New Speaker Hastert Declares
January 9 - The Ultimate Sanction?
January 9 - What's Ahead
January 9 - With Great Difficulty, Senate Devises A Blueprint for Proceedings
January 16 - 1999 Congressional Calendar
January 16 - Correction: Characteristics of the 106th Congress
January 16 - Debate To Decide Clinton's Fate Still Likely To Be Held in Secret
January 16 - Lobbyist, Aide Crippen Picked To Head CBO
January 16 - Looking Ahead
January 16 - Party Lines Threaten To Prevail Over Pride, Friendship in Senate
January 16 - Senate Confronts Two Constituencies: History -- and the Voters in 2000
January 16 - The 13 House Republicans Making The Case Against Clinton
January 16 - THE KGB FILES: Traitor in the House: A HUAC Founder Once Spied for the Soviets
January 16 - The Paper Trail, Jan. 11 - 15, 1999
January 16 - Trial Takes On a Hybrid Character When Politicians Are Jurors
January 16 - What's Ahead
January 23 - A Loquacious Retired Senator And Blue-Chip Lawyers Defend Clinton
January 23 - Clarification: Vote Studies
January 23 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: With an Eye Toward Speakership, Gephardt May Soon Spurn Presidential Bid
January 23 - Correction: Thompson's Watergate Role
January 23 - Defense Focuses on Facts
January 23 - ETHICS: Smith Assumes Ethics Post As Probe of Shuster Expands To Include 3 Past Campaigns
January 23 - EXECUTIVE BRANCH: Clinton and His Troubles: Equals in Staying Power
January 23 - From the Editor
January 23 - IMPEACHMENT OF THE PRESIDENT: As Events Buoy Clinton, Senators Seek a Graceful Exit
January 23 - IMPEACHMENT: Bumpers' Conclusion: The People 'Are Calling on You To Rise Above Politics . . . Above Partisanship'
January 23 - IMPEACHMENT: Hyde's Summation: 'We Must Never Tolerate One Law for the Ruler And Another for the Ruled'
January 23 - LEAKS: Sworn to Secrecy
January 23 - OLD SOLDIERS: Senators Segue From Somber Trial to Cheery Reunion
January 23 - PAST AS PROLOGUE: Byrd Sent an Early Signal That Even He Watched the Polls
January 23 - REPUBLICAN RESPONSE: GOP Says Tax Relief, Social Security Overhaul Are 'Practical' Priorities
January 23 - This Week in Congress
January 30 - Challenge for the GOP: Conserve Ideals Without Losing Majority
January 30 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Lott Haunted by Connections With Conservative Citizens Group
January 30 - Democrats Say Foreign Policy Suffers, But GOP Says 'Life Goes On'
January 30 - Exit Strategies Divide Senate
January 30 - IMPEACHMENT: House's Rationale for Witnesses: Testimony 'Will Lend Greater Coherence and Understanding'
January 30 - Looking Beyond the Trial
January 30 - LOTT'S LIST: Senate Eyes Post-Impeachment Agenda
January 30 - Senate Limits Witnesses, Begins Push Toward Finishing Trial
January 30 - What's Ahead
February 6 - BACK TO WORK: No 'Contract With America' for House
February 6 - Delay's Financial Disclosures Conflict With His Trial Deposition
February 6 - House GOP Is Closing the Door On an Era of Aggressive Inquiry
February 6 - IMPEACHMENT OF THE PRESIDENT: Senate Gropes for Another Way To Record Disapproval of Clinton
February 6 - Sponsors of Gingrich Course Cleared of Tax Law Violations
February 6 - What's Ahead
February 13 - Chart: How Senators Voted
February 13 - Democrats Vow To Turn Up the Heat In House Managers' Districts
February 13 - From the Editor
February 13 - IMPEACHMENT OF THE PRESIDENT: GOP's Case for Rule of Law Came to a Political End
February 13 - IMPEACHMENT OF THE PRESIDENT: GOP's Recovery Strategy: Get Back to Legislating
February 13 - IMPEACHMENT OF THE PRESIDENT: Senate Acquits Clinton
February 13 - LEGACY: McConnell's Name Looms Larger at Louisville
February 13 - Senate Blocks Censure, Ending Trial Without a 'Unifying Statement'
February 13 - Senators Explain Their Votes
February 13 - What's Ahead
February 20 - POLITICS: Retirements Signal Uphill Battle For Democrats To Reclaim Senate
February 20 - What's Ahead
February 27 - ALUMNI NEWS: Lott Institute at 'Ole Miss' Provides Big Opening for Corporate Donors
February 27 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Hastert Gently Gavels In An Era of 'Order' in the House
February 27 - From the Editor
February 27 - New Member Profile: Johnny Isakson, R-Ga. (6)
February 27 - THE HAMMER: DeLay Never Says 'Die'
February 27 - The Speaker's Inner Circle
February 27 - What's Ahead
March 6 - Anonymity of Senatorial 'Holds' Removed by Lott and Daschle
March 6 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Senators Mull Over a Limit on 'Soft Money' In Return for More 'Hard Money'
March 6 - DeLay Blames Misstatement On Faulty Memory, Not Perjury
March 6 - From the Editor
March 6 - GOP's Mack To Join Ranks Of Senate Retirees
March 6 - Supreme Court Gratuities Case May Affect Congressional Rules
March 6 - UNFINISHED BUSINESS: Test Ban, Sea Law and Women's Rights Top List of Treaties in Senate Limbo
March 6 - What's Ahead
March 13 - Chart: House Committee Listings for the 106th Congress
March 13 - Chart: Second Session by the Numbers
March 13 - Chart: Senate Committee Listings for the 106th Congress
March 13 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: GOP Strives To Show a United Front As It Moves Headlong Into Legislative Year
March 13 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Hastert Backs Modest Rise in Panel Budgets
March 13 - This Week in Congress
March 20 - A Consummate Deal-Maker Comes Away Empty-Handed
March 20 - Changing of the Guard
March 20 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Gephardt and Gore Paint Centrist Picture As They Inaugurate 2000 Campaigns
March 20 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: How Will Congress Navigate The New Media Maelstrom?
March 20 - From the Editor
March 20 - Mr. Wexler Goes to Washington -- And To Every Media Outlet
March 20 - Panels' Budget Requests Pared To Placate Fiscal Conservatives
March 20 - THE NAYS OF MARCH: End of the Honeymoon
March 20 - UNITED THEY STAND: Prospect of Pay Raise Fails To Rouse The Usual Opponents
March 20 - What's Ahead
March 27 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Conservative 'Culture War' Pauses for a Reality Check
March 27 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: House 'Civility' Retreat Has No Apparent Effect On Committee Funds Vote
March 27 - Corrections: Committee Listings
March 27 - HOW A BILL BECOMES A LAW: Power of E-Persuasion
March 27 - Republican Schism Over Abortion Offers Democrats a Campaign Issue
March 27 - REWRITING HISTORY: What Did Bush Promise?
March 27 - Status of Major Legislation: 106th Congress -- First Session
April 3 - Chart: Bills To Watch, 106th Congress -- First Session
April 3 - Correction: Photo
April 3 - From the Editor
April 10 - Status of Major Legislation: 106th Congress -- First Session
April 10 - What's Ahead
April 17 - BERGER IN THE CROSS HAIRS: Torricelli's World War
April 17 - Campaign Finance Vote Pushed
April 17 - Chart: Bills To Watch: 106th Congress -- First Session
April 17 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Republicans Reach a Crossroads: Adopt Another 'Contract With America'?
April 17 - From the Editor
April 17 - SHUSTER VS. THE AIRLINES: What Do You Get When You Cross A Pennsylvania Republican?
April 17 - What's Ahead
April 24 - Chart: Bills To Watch, 106th Congress -- First Session
April 24 - What's Ahead
May 1 - A Polite Hearing For Civility Plan
May 1 - Chart: Bills To Watch 106th Congress -- First Session
May 1 - FLEXIBLE PRECEDENTS: Speakers' Decisive Votes
May 1 - From the Editor
May 1 - GOP's Abiding Distrust of Clinton Doesn't Stop at Water's Edge
May 1 - HASTERT WATCH: Real Power in the House
May 1 - What's Ahead
May 8 - Bills To Watch 106th Congress -- First Session
May 8 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Businesses Pour More Money Into the Democratic Pot -- Just in Case They Have a Winner
May 8 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: House GOP's Pliancy On Minimum Wage Rooted in Election Concerns
May 8 - From the Editor
May 8 - MAJORITY RULES: Why Democrats Can't Get a Foothold On the 'Amendment Tree'
May 8 - REPLACING LIVINGSTON: Louisiana's Generational Choice for the House
May 8 - Saxton Defends Aide
May 8 - What's Ahead
May 15 - Chart: Bills To Watch 106th Congress -- First Session
May 15 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: GOP's Great Expectations For '99 Fade to Modest Hopes
May 15 - ETHICS: House Panel Issues Warning To DeLay
May 15 - From the Editor
May 15 - What's Ahead
May 22 - APPROPRIATIONS: Delaying Capital Expenditures Allows House To Boost Funds For Members', Leaders' Offices
May 22 - CAMPAIGN FINANCE: Republicans Face Loyalty Test In Pursuing Campaign Finance Overhaul
May 22 - Chart: Bills To Watch 106th Congress -- First Session
May 22 - Chart: Membership Changes, 106th Congress
May 22 - Correction: Congressional Affairs
May 22 - Missouri Rep. Clay To Retire, But Democratic Seat Is Safe
May 22 - What's Ahead in Congress
May 29 - Chart: Bills To Watch 106th Congress -- First Session
May 29 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Six Republicans Defy Hastert, Sign Petition for Earlier Debate On Campaign Finance Overhaul
May 29 - FOREIGN AFFAIRS: GOP's China Gamble: Back Trade, Attack Policy
May 29 - LET'S GET OUT OF HERE: Anatomy of a Rebellion
May 29 - NO MORE MR. NICE GUY: Israel's Barak May Have To Learn GOP 'Lingo'
May 29 - Recess or Retreat?
May 29 - Senate Foreign Relations Panel Gets New Staff Director
May 29 - The Speaker's Promise
May 29 - What's Ahead
June 5 - Armey Finds Rehabilitation On the House Floor
June 5 - Chart: House GOP Leadership Fundraising -- DeLay's Rise
June 5 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Tom DeLay: 'The Hammer' That Drives the House GOP
June 5 - David Vitter, R-La. (1)
June 5 - Stumbles on the Way to the Floor
June 5 - The DeLay File
June 5 - WHAT GOES AROUND. . .: Discharge Petitions: Weak but Useful
June 12 - ADVISE AND RESENT: No-Holds-Barred Fight Over Nominations Less Apocalyptic Than It Seems
June 12 - APPROPRIATIONS: House Holds Line on Expenses In a Move GOP Calls Responsible But Democrats See as Betrayal
June 12 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Pre-Election Maneuvering Clouds Outlook for Nominees To Treasury, Ambassadorial Posts
June 12 - From the Publisher
June 12 - Judicial Bypass
June 12 - Probe of Florida's Brown Opens
June 12 - The Coburn Effect
June 12 - What's Ahead
June 19 - APPROPRIATIONS: Legislative Spending Bill Sets Fast Pace
June 19 - Chart: Bills To Watch 106th Congress -- First Session
June 19 - Chart: Legislative Branch Spending Highlights
June 19 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Senate's Serenity May Not Last In the Face of Budget Caps
June 19 - HOT SEATS: Class of '94 Grapples With the Gavel
June 19 - Quotes of the Week
June 19 - TILTING AT WINDMILLS: Independent Senators
June 19 - TROUBLE WITH A CAPITAL G: Dreier Steers Gun Bill Around Rules Pitfalls
June 19 - What's Ahead
June 26 - 'IF NOTHING MOVES, NOTHING MOVES': Lott Seeks a Path Through Legislative Minefield
June 26 - Chart: Bills To Watch
June 26 - POLITICAL ACTION: In the Majority: It Pays
June 26 - What's Ahead
July 3 - AID, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC: Senate Earmarks Around the World
July 3 - CHART: Bills To Watch (106th Congress -- First Session)
July 3 - Chart: The High Cost of Travel
July 3 - Charts: Major Sponsors and Destinations
July 3 - Congress' Most-Traveled Staff Member: A Montanan Involved in Telecom Issues
July 3 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Hill's Privately Funded Trips: Well-Traveled Ethics Loophole
July 3 - Frequent Travelers
July 3 - What's Ahead
July 10 - Chart: Bills To Watch 106th Congress -- First Session
July 10 - Chart: Senate Seats Up for Election in 2000
July 10 - Chart: What a Difference A Year Makes
July 10 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Sparks Fly, but So Does Cash, As 'The Torch' Takes Charge
July 10 - Public Laws
July 10 - What's Ahead
July 17 - Chart: Bills To Watch
July 17 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Smith's Renunciation of GOP Leaves Senate Colleagues Unfazed
July 17 - OBITUARY: Rep. George Brown Dies; Was Advocate for Science And Foe of Vietnam War
July 17 - POLITICS: Rep. Kasich Quits Politics On Two Fronts
July 17 - TURNING THE SPIN TABLE: GOP Says Gephardt Leads 'Do Nothings'
July 17 - What's Ahead
July 24 - Chart: Bills To Watch
July 24 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Democrats Hope To Win By Staying Unified in Defeat
July 24 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: McCain Ponders Modifications As Lott Decides To Allow Debate On Campaign Finance Bill
July 24 - Forbes' Independent Streak Persists During His Debut as a Democrat
July 24 - RULE REVERSAL: GOP Hopes To Rein In A Senatorial Prerogative
July 24 - What's Ahead
July 31 - AUGUST RECESS: In Summertime, the Leaving's Not Easy
July 31 - Chart: Bills That Might Clear Before Summer Recess
July 31 - Chart: Bills To Watch
July 31 - Chart: Looming Issues for the Fall
July 31 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Fall Agenda: Taxes, Spending, Health -- and House Control
July 31 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Revived Ban on Policy Riders In Senate Appropriations Bills May Inconvenience Both Parties
July 31 - What's Ahead
August 7 - APPROPRIATIONS: Legislative Spending Bill Clears After Conferees Restore Money To Ease Pay Raises for House Staff
August 7 - Chart: Bills To Watch 106th Congress -- First Session (as of August 6, 1999)
August 7 - Clyburn Makes Room for Forbes On House Appropriations Panel
August 7 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: House GOP Leaders Set Rules For Campaign Finance Showdown; Senate Measure May Be Modified
August 7 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: The Driving Force Of Bud Shuster
August 7 - Dole vs. Lott: Who's Tougher With Tax Bills?
August 7 - INTERNAL AFFAIRS: Watts' Dust-Up With DeLay
August 7 - What's Ahead
August 14 - Chart: Bills To Watch
August 14 - Corrections
August 14 - GOP Leadership PACs' Fundraising Far Outstrips 1997-98
August 14 - Senate Floor Time Grows More Precious
August 14 - What's Ahead
September 4 - Bills Signed
September 4 - Chart: Bills To Watch
September 4 - Chart: Members of the Internet Caucus
September 4 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: A Guide to the Coming Debate On Campaign Finance Overhaul, From Soft Money to Issue Advocacy
September 4 - FOSTER PARENT TAKES ACTION: DeLay Puts His Stamp on 'Compassionate Conservatism'
September 4 - Obey Hones a Maddening Mix: Being Difficult but Right
September 4 - THE FISCAL TIES THAT BIND: Time for a New 'Dog' To Have His Day?
September 4 - Washington Notes
September 4 - What's Ahead
September 11 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Forced To Abandon Big Tax Cut, GOP Takes On Federal Spending
September 11 - Democrats' Wish List
September 11 - ETHICS: Baucus Rebuts Ex-Aide's Claim Of Harassment
September 11 - Only 14 Months Left To Shop for Leaders of 2001
September 11 - What's Ahead
September 18 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Narrower Campaign Finance Bill Still a Long Shot in Senate
September 18 - PAST AS PROLOGUE: No Consolation Prize for Lazio -- 'My Heart's in Legislation'
September 18 - Some Very Select Committees Past
September 18 - What's Ahead
September 25 - Appeals Court Reinstates Suit By Boehner Against McDermott
September 25 - Chart: Bills To Watch
September 25 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Senate GOP Leaders Expand Agenda of Investigations Again, This Time To Bipartisan Annoyance
September 25 - ETHICS: House Probes Hilliard's Use of Campaign Fund
September 25 - Former Baucus Staffer Unveils Sexual Harassment Complaint
September 25 - House Gets Its First Clean Audit
September 25 - Multi-Member Districts Get a Hearing
September 25 - THE FINAL PUSH: Chart: Outlook for Bills in Conference
October 2 - Chart: Bills To Watch
October 2 - The Many Faces of 'Reform'
October 2 - What's Ahead
October 9 - Chart: Bills To Watch
October 9 - Ewing Says He Won't Run Again
October 9 - The Long Way to Wellington
October 9 - What's Ahead
October 16 - Bills Signed
October 16 - Chart: Bills To Watch
October 16 - Chart: Membership Changes, 106th Congress
October 16 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Harsh Words, Sharp Maneuvers Mark Campaign Finance Debate
October 16 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Senate Task Force Disbanded; Probe of Justice Department Handed to Judiciary Panel
October 16 - POLITICS: Porter's Retirement Gives GOP 16 Open House Seats To Defend, Reorders Appropriations Chairmanships
October 16 - THE DEAL THAT WASN'T: For Lott and Daschle, War Means Mutually Assured Destruction
October 16 - Web Site of the Week
October 16 - What's Ahead
October 23 - 2000 Agenda Looks Very Familiar
October 23 - APPROPRIATIONS: GOP Finds Hastert Strategy Paying Off in Fiscal Showdown
October 23 - Chart: Bills To Watch
October 23 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Campaign Finance Crusaders Regroup After Latest Defeat
October 23 - LEGISLATING 101: Lott Will Be Engineer of the Disability Train
October 23 - NOMINATION: Helms-Inspired Controversy Over Moseley-Braun Nomination Is a Rare Break With Tradition
October 23 - What's Ahead
October 30 - Chart: Bills To Watch
October 30 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: GOP Gains Sense of Victory By Avoiding Big Missteps
October 30 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: In the Lull After Chafee's Death, A Sigh of Uncertainty
October 30 - House Democratic Women Challenge Helms on Treaty
October 30 - Is Senate Becoming More Partisan Than House?
October 30 - THE ELECTION TEST: Can Appointed Senators Go the Distance?
October 30 - What's Ahead
November 6 - Chart: Bills To Watch
November 6 - CLASS OF 1994: A Gathering of Eagles
November 6 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Federal Probe of Shuster Ends With Ex-Aide's Plea to One Charge
November 6 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Smith Brings Pro-Business Outlook to Environment Post
November 6 - McConnell Promises New Chance For Campaign Finance Bill
November 6 - New Member Profile: Sen. Lincoln Chafee, R-R.I.
November 6 - Packard Retirement Gives GOP 18 Seats To Defend in 2000
November 13 - Chart: Bills To Watch
November 13 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Dozens of Clinton Nominees Win Confirmation After Lott Strikes Deal With Democrats
November 13 - JESSE'S TAR HEEL TALE: North Carolina's Beef With Wellington
November 13 - NOMINATIONS: Senate Confirms Moseley-Braun, Ambassadors to China and Israel
November 13 - REINING IN THE RHETORIC: Searching for the Center in the Senate
November 20 - Campbell Ethics Complaint Dismissed
November 20 - Chart: Bills To Watch
November 20 - end-of-session grounding: Shuster's Big Feet
November 20 - NOTHING PERSONAL...: House Frowns on University Endowments
November 20 - Rep. Joe Baca, D-Calif. (42)
November 20 - Senate Votes To Revamp Its Ethics Investigations Process
November 20 - What's Ahead
November 27 - Chart: Bills To Watch
November 27 - IN CLINTON'S COURT: Recess Appointments: a Risky Game
November 27 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: A Year of Grudging Compromises And Unfinished Business
November 27 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Appropriations - Legislative Branch
November 27 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Congressional Affairs - Ethics
November 27 - Session's Highlights
November 27 - What's Ahead
December 4 - House Key Votes -- Assisted Suicide (544)
December 4 - House Key Votes -- Campaign Finance (422)
December 4 - House Key Votes -- Education (319)
December 4 - House Key Votes -- FAA (207)
December 4 - House Key Votes -- Fetal Protection (465)
December 4 - House Key Votes -- Financial Services (276)
December 4 - House Key Votes -- Gun Control (244)
December 4 - House Key Votes -- Kosovo (103)
December 4 - House Key Votes -- Managed Care (490)
December 4 - House Key Votes -- Media Sex and Violence (213)
December 4 - House Key Votes -- Missile Defense (58)
December 4 - House Key Votes -- Steel Restrictions (56)
December 4 - House Key Votes -- Tax Cuts (333)
December 4 - KEY VOTES: A Year of Historic Processes But Little Legislative Progress
December 4 - Senate Key Votes -- Abortion (337)
December 4 - Senate Key Votes -- CAFE Standards (275)
December 4 - Senate Key Votes -- Campaign Finance (331)
December 4 - Senate Key Votes -- Cuba Sanctions (251)
December 4 - Senate Key Votes -- Education (41)
December 4 - Senate Key Votes -- Financial Services (354)
December 4 - Senate Key Votes -- Gun Control (134)
December 4 - Senate Key Votes -- Impeachment: Acquittal (18)
December 4 - Senate Key Votes -- Impeachment: Motion To Dismiss (4)
December 4 - Senate Key Votes -- Kosovo (145)
December 4 - Senate Key Votes -- Managed Care (210)
December 4 - Senate Key Votes -- Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (325)
December 4 - Senate Key Votes -- Tax Cuts (247)
December 4 - What's Ahead
December 11 - BUCKING THE PARTY: The Man Who Won't Be Pigeonholed
December 11 - Chart: 1999 House Presidential Position Votes
December 11 - Chart: 1999 Senate Presidential Position Votes
December 11 - Chart: Bills To Watch
December 11 - Chart: Guide to CQ's Voting Analyses
December 11 - Chart: Leading Scorers: Party Unity
December 11 - Chart: Party Unity and Party Opposition: House
December 11 - Chart: Party Unity and Party Opposition: Senate
December 11 - Chart: Party Unity Background
December 11 - Chart: Presidential Support and Opposition: House
December 11 - Chart: Presidential Support and Opposition: Senate
December 11 - Chart: Presidential Support Background
December 11 - Chart: Voting Participation: House
December 11 - Chart: Voting Participation: Senate
December 11 - CONGRESSIONAL AFFAIRS: Master of the Mechanics Has Kept the House Running
December 11 - Democrats Feel Blue Dogs' Bite
December 11 - GOVERNMENT AT WORK: Where There's a Bill, There's a Way: Legislation Is Loaded With Studies
December 11 - Participation Hits Record
December 11 - Partisan Voting Holds Steady
December 11 - The New Order
December 11 - VOTE STUDIES: Clinton Comes Up Short in a Year Of Politics Over Substance
December 11 - What's Ahead
December 31 - Chart: Democrats Have 14 Senate Seats at Risk
December 31 - Chart: GOP Has 19 Senate Seats on the Line
December 31 - Chart: Membership Changes, 106th Congress
December 31 - Democrats Hope for Majority In Defiance of History
December 31 - HOUSE LEADERSHIP: Watts Looks to the Future, But Decision Is Still Under Wraps
December 31 - INHOFE PROMISES AN IMPASSE ON JUDGESHIPS: No Rest for the Recess Appointment Combatants
December 31 - POLITICS: Balance Hangs in a Few Races
December 31 - POLITICS: Parties Maneuver for Identity In Hopes of Swinging 2000
December 31 - POLITICS: Senate Battle Is Second Fiddle

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