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 Economic Affairs
 1989

January 7 - Annual Gasoline Consumption, by State (chart)
January 7 - CBO Forecasts $141 Billion Fiscal 1990 Deficit
January 7 - Groups Hit the Road to Squelch Gas-Tax Plan
January 7 - Labor Department May Lift Homework Ban
January 7 - Tax Options for 1989: Higher Rates on Gasoline
January 14 - Baseline Projections (chart)
January 14 - Budget and Deficit Targets (chart)
January 14 - Budget Authority and Outlays by Agency (chart)
January 14 - Budget-Making to Be an Insiders' Art This Year
January 14 - Deficit Below Fiscal 1990 Target: Major Proposals in Reagan's Final Budget Request
January 14 - Economic Forecasts Compared (chart)
January 14 - End-of-Year Thrift Deals Draw Congressional Ire
January 14 - Fiscal 1990 Budget by Function: $1.15 Trillion in
January 14 - Has Ingredients for 'Flexible Freeze': Bush Likely to Keep Bright Economic Forecast
January 14 - Proposals to Refinance and Overhaul the FSLIC Produced by Bank Regulators, Industry Groups
January 14 - Reagan Administration Economic Assumptions (chart)
January 14 - Reagan's Final Budget Message: Accomplishments and Hopes Focus of Fiscal 1990 Budget
January 21 - '88 Bills Were More Expansive: Fed's Bank-Powers Decision Defies Hill Concern Over Turf
January 21 - Darman Says 'Duck Test' Will Apply to Taxes
January 21 - Fairness and Risk of Leveraged Buyouts Are Issues Hill Will at Least Talk About
January 21 - Panel Unanimously Endorses Dole for Labor
January 21 - Tax Panels to Consider Curbs on Corporate Debt
January 28 - Bills Introduced to Stop Employee-Benefit Rules
January 28 - Caution Urged as Tax Panel Eyes Corporate Debt
January 28 - El Salvador's ARENA Trying To Improve Its Image on Hill
January 28 - Fed's Greenspan Issues Warning on Inflation
January 28 - Flap Over 'Fee' Is a Preview: Thrift Industry Crisis Poses Early Challenge to Bush
January 28 - FmHA Loan-Restructuring Rules Draw Fire
January 28 - Mortgage-Interest Deduction: Still Sacrosanct?
February 4 - BrainDead to Lazarus: Buying a Sick Thrift
February 4 - CBO Sees $120 Billion Deficit With Reagan Budget
February 4 - Complex Tax Breaks Drive Up Cost of Thrift Deals
February 4 - Lazarus S and L (chart)
February 4 - Members Look at Dividends, Capital Gains: Bias Toward Debt in Tax Code
February 4 - The Week's Events
February 11 - Budget and Deficit Targets (chart)
February 11 - Bush Sets Course With $1.16 Trillion Budget
February 11 - Bush's Address to Congress: President's Budget Proposals: Few Specifics, No New Taxes
February 11 - Bush's Priority Spending Initiatives (chart)
February 11 - Bush's Thrift Plan Greeted With Caution on Hill
February 11 - Capital Gains Rate Change, Defense Freeze: Highlights of President Bush's Budget Proposal
February 11 - Outlays by Budget Function (chart)
February 11 - President's Plan to Overhaul the FSLIC Differs From Those of Bank Regulators, Industry Groups
February 11 - Rostenkowski Says He Won't Repeal Benefit Rules
February 11 - Wright, Bentsen Respond: Democrats Skeptical of Bush, But Offer Cooperative Spirit
February 18 - A History of the Thrift Industry: The 1800s to the Current Crisis
February 18 - Bush Faces Powerful Foes As Bailout Battle Nears
February 18 - Bush's 1990 Proposed Receipts (chart)
February 18 - Bush's Unorthodox Blueprint Puts Congress in a Box
February 18 - Key Thrift Industry Fears
February 18 - SECTION NOTES
February 25 - 1989 Economic Projections (chart)
February 25 - Accounting for the FSLIC Bailout (chart)
February 25 - APPROPRIATIONS: Bush to Request $2.4 Billion In New FY '89 Spending
February 25 - Bush's Capital Gains Plan Revives Old Debate
February 25 - Capital Gains Tax Rates (chart)
February 25 - Congress Gets First Look At Bush Bailout Bill
February 25 - Darman Shakes Off Requests For Details on Bush Plan
February 25 - Deficit Panel to Close Up Shop
February 25 - Revenue Effects of Bush's Proposal (chart)
February 25 - TAXES: House Subcommittee Seeking Simpler, Fewer Penalties
February 25 - THE ECONOMY: Fed Warning On Inflation
March 4 - Bill Likely to Move Forward Despite Early Missteps
March 4 - Foreign Direct Investment
March 4 - Mandatory Parental-Leave Bill Easily Clears House Panel
March 4 - Savings and Loan Rescue Plan Is the Biggest Bailout Yet
March 4 - SECTION NOTES: Deficit Commission Issues Split Report
March 4 - SECTION NOTES: Dual Minimum-Wage Plan Unveiled by Dole
March 4 - SECTION NOTES: Imports a Big Cause Of Slowdown in Growth
March 4 - THE BUDGET: Robert Reischauer Selected As New CBO Director
March 4 - THRIFT INDUSTRY: Taxpayer, Consumer Concerns Trouble Bush Bailout Plan
March 11 - Brady Signals Shift in Policy Toward Debt Reduction
March 11 - Congress' Minimum-Wage Hike May Involve Subminimum
March 11 - Democrats Challenge Bush In Eastern Air Dispute
March 11 - FEDERAL WORKERS: 'Whistleblower' Compromise
March 11 - Labor: Let's Make a Deal
March 11 - LABOR: Parental-Leave Bill Passed by Panel
March 11 - Law on Secondary Strikes
March 11 - The Baker Fifteen (chart)
March 11 - THE BUDGET: Next Step Begins In Budget Talks
March 11 - THRIFT INDUSTRY: Lobbyists Outline Complaints Over Bailout Proposal
March 18 - Darman Aims to Deal Bush Into the Game This Year
March 18 - FEDERAL WORKERS: 'Whistleblower' Compromise Passed Handily by Senate
March 18 - Fighting Lorenzo on Another Front
March 18 - House Panel Clears Wage Bill, Overriding Bush Demands
March 18 - TAXES: Cool Response On Capital Gains
March 18 - TAXES: Urgency of LBO Issue Fades, But Action Still Possible
March 18 - THIRD WORLD DEBT: Members Press for Details On Brady Proposal
March 25 - House Defies Threatened Veto, Passes Minimum-Wage Bill
March 25 - Minimum Wage, 1938-Present (chart)
March 25 - SECTION NOTES: LaFalce Reveals Cosponsors For Section 89 Repeal
March 25 - SECURITIES INDUSTRY: SEC Focuses on Global Fraud
March 25 - THE BUDGET: Hill, White House Negotiators Break for Easter Recess
March 25 - THIRD WORLD DEBT: IADB Accord on New Capital
March 25 - THRIFT INDUSTRY: Markup of FSLIC Bailout Bill Due Following Recess
March 25 - Tom Ridge's 'Awkward Position'
April 1 - FEDERAL EMPLOYEES: Volcker Panel Seeks to Improve Top Workers' Pay, Status
April 1 - Inflation Is With Us Again, But Is the Cure Worse?
April 1 - PROVISIONS: House Minimum-Wage Bill Has $4.55/Hour Rate
April 1 - Signposts for Inflation-Watchers (chart)
April 1 - THE BUDGET: 'Non-Tax' Revenue Option Hinted
April 8 - Banking Panels Get Started On Shaping Bailout Bill
April 8 - Job-Training Act, Under Attack,
April 8 - Key Thrift Issues Facing Congress
April 8 - National Performance Standards (chart)
April 8 - SECTION NOTES: Action on Eastern Airlines Delayed Amid Sale Plan
April 8 - SECTION NOTES: Minimum-Wage Debate Begins in Senate
April 8 - SECTION NOTES: Rostenkowski Relents On Section 89
April 8 - THE BUDGET: White House, Hill Talks Focus On Setting Broad Targets
April 8 - THIRD WORLD DEBT: Brady Plan Faces Hurdles On Hill and Abroad
April 15 - Budget Plan Entails Tax Bill, But Details Are Up in Air
April 15 - Bush Bailout Plan Advances On Both Sides of the Hill
April 15 - Capital Standards: A Key Battle
April 15 - HIGHLIGHTS: Thrift Rescue Plan Approved By Senate Banking Panel
April 15 - JOINT FISCAL AGREEMENT: White House, Congress Reach Bipartisan Budget Accord
April 15 - Minimum Wage Passes Senate, Heads to Bargaining Table
April 15 - Negotiators Agree on Outlines
April 15 - Panel Issues Tax Options for LBOs
April 15 - SECTION NOTES: Rostenkowski Introduces Section 89 Changes
April 22 - Bipartisan Pact Lets Everyone
April 22 - Bush Plan Passes Senate Largely Unscathed
April 22 - FY '90 Budget Resolution by Function (chart)
April 22 - LABOR: Lawmakers Seek to Discourage Company Pension Raiders
April 22 - Lawmakers Seeking to Fortify Older Workers' Protection
April 22 - PROVISIONS: Minimum-Wage Bills: Key Differences
April 22 - Reconciliation Instructions (chart)
April 22 - TAXES:
April 22 - THE ECONOMY: Panel Stresses Consensus On State of Economy
April 22 - Winners and Losers in the Struggle To Craft a Thrift-Bailout Bill
April 29 - A Tough Choice on New Thrift Rules
April 29 - Democrats Stage a Retreat On FY '89 Supplemental
April 29 - Domestic Discretionary Spending (chart)
April 29 - Fiscal 1990 Budget Resolution (chart)
April 29 - FY1989 Supplemental: Mandatory
April 29 - House Panel Falls Into Line Behind Bipartisan Deal
April 29 - PROVISIONS: Senate Thrift-Bailout Bill Follows Bush Outline
April 29 - THRIFT INDUSTRY: Rules for Capital Stiffened By House Banking Panel
May 6 - $3.12 Trillion Debt
May 6 - Conferees Agree on Wage Bill, But Veto Still Anticipated
May 6 - House Banking's Bailout Bill Toughens Rules for S and Ls
May 6 - House Reconciliation Instructions (chart)
May 6 - House, Senate Adopt Versions Of $1.17 Trillion Plan
May 6 - Section 89 Changes Debated Before Ways and Means
May 6 - SECTION NOTES: Ways and Means Plans Tax Hearings
May 6 - Senate and House Budget Assumptions Compared
May 6 - The Two Bills Compared
May 13 - A Voice of Caution on the Bailout
May 13 - Agreement on Fiscal 1990 Plan Puts Off Tough Decisions
May 13 - Domestic Discretionary Spending (chart)
May 13 - LABOR: House OKs Wage-Floor Rise, But Not by Two-Thirds
May 13 - Panel Hands Bush a Setback On Financing of Bailout
May 13 - Revising Non-Profit Rules: A No-Win Undertaking
May 13 - Small Business Woes
May 13 - TAX OPTIONS: Panel Draft Would Tighten Rules for Non-Profits
May 13 - What Is a Charity? The Law Is Vague And It's Likely It Will Stay That Way
May 13 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Round One Nears End On Minimum Wage
May 20 - $1.17 Trillion Fiscal 1990 Plan Clears House, Senate
May 20 - BANKING: Truth-in-Savings Bill Revived
May 20 - Fiscal 1990 Budget Resolution (chart)
May 20 - LABOR: Wage-Floor Boost Heads For Veto
May 20 - LAW/JUDICIARY: Relaxation of Antitrust Laws Eyed for Joint Ventures
May 20 - PROVISIONS: Wage Bill Approved, Heads For Veto
May 20 - Reconciliation Instructions (chart)
May 20 - SECURITIES: High Court Arbitration Ruling Could Revive Investors' Bill
May 20 - SECURITIES: SEC Chief Plans To Leave Post
May 20 - Ways and Means Ratifies Plan To Put Bailout On Budget
May 27 - BANKING: Next on Agenda? Glass-Steagall
May 27 - How Much Will a Bailout Cost?
May 27 - Judiciary Panel Rejects Bid To Ease Capital Rules
May 27 - SECURITIES: Takeovers Declared Good for Business
May 27 - Supporters of Wage-Floor Rise Try Radio and Back Rooms
May 27 - THIRD WORLD DEBT: U.S. Banks Warned To Ease Load
June 3 - Few Goodies Deposited in S and L Bill
June 3 - Fight to Relax Capital Rules Expected on House Floor
June 3 - House Panel Votes to Restrict Rights Waivers for Elderly
June 3 - SECTION NOTES: Minimum-Wage Ceremony Is Cancelled
June 3 - TAXES: Panel Prepares for Markup Without a Deal in Sight
June 10 - Bailout Bill Finally Heads For House Floor Action
June 10 - Reversing Course on Utility Taxes
June 10 - Rostenkowski Opens Bidding On 1989 Revenue Bill
June 10 - SECTION NOTES: Consumers Battle Banks Services
June 10 - Some Section 89 Foes Seem In Mood for Compromise
June 10 - THIRD WORLD DEBT: Congress Uneasy at Slow Pace Of Progress on Brady Plan
June 10 - TRANSPORTATION: Drug-Testing Rift Emerges Again
June 17 - Bipartisan Majority Backs Tough House Bailout Bill
June 17 - BIPARTISAN REMARKS: Bush, Congressional Leaders Confer on S and L Bailout
June 17 - Bush Sends Congress Veto Of Minimum-Wage Bill
June 17 - Commuter Tax: It's War
June 17 - Congress Is Moving to Relax Earnings Test for Seniors
June 17 - Cross-Fire on Capital Gains As Panel OKs Four Bills
June 17 - Domestic Discretionary Allocations (chart)
June 17 - House Fails to Override Veto Of Minimum-Wage Plan
June 17 - LABOR: Section 89 Changes Go Before Senate
June 17 - LAW/JUDICIARY: House Panel OKs Antitrust Bills
June 17 - Leach's End Run
June 17 - Schumer: A Driving Force
June 17 - SECTION NOTES: Age-Discrimination Bills Move in House, Senate
June 24 - Committee OKs Riders First, Delays Revenue Choices
June 24 - CQ ROUNDTABLE: A Senatorial Effort To 'Save' a Thrift
June 24 - PROVISIONS: House, Senate Thrift Bills Differ on Major Points
June 24 - SECTION NOTES: Fed's Robert Heller Will Leave Post
June 24 - SECTION NOTES: International Securities Investigations
June 24 - Senate's Child-Care Measure Would Broaden U.S. Role
June 24 - Social Security Changes OK'd By Full Committee in House
June 24 - THRIFT INDUSTRY: 102 Conferees Appointed On S and L Bailout Bill
July 1 - Capital: What Counts?
July 1 - Empire of America Savings Bank (chart)
July 1 - Glendale Federal Bank (chart)
July 1 - LABOR: Overhaul of Section 89 Rules Making Headway in House
July 1 - RECONCILIATION: Flood and Crime Insurance OK'd
July 1 - SECTION NOTES: Brady Seeks Action On Debt Ceiling
July 1 - SECTION NOTES: Coin Redesign Bill Moves Forward
July 1 - SECTION NOTES: SEC OKs Bounties On Inside Trades
July 1 - Some May Die, Others Thrive
July 1 - TAXES: Chairman Backs Off On Capital Gains
July 1 - THIRD WORLD DEBT: Banks Pressed to Cooperate In Brady Debt Plan
July 8 - Democrats Rework Strategy On Minimum-Wage Hike
July 8 - Effort to Alter ESOP Rules Stirs Strong Reactions
July 8 - ESOPs: How They Work
July 8 - Firms Seek 'Transition Rules'
July 8 - Provisions: Senate Approves Tax Credits, Subsidies for Child Care
July 15 - Bush May Be the Big Winner
July 15 - Domestic Discretionary Allocations (chart)
July 15 - House Conferees Agree to Seek Comprehensive Deal on Bill
July 15 - LABOR: Takeovers Spawn Legislation To Block Use of Pensions
July 15 - RECONCILIATION: Deficit-Reduction Measure Already Behind Schedule
July 15 - Rostenkowski Tracks Senate On Section 89 Overhaul
July 15 - SECTION NOTES: Flood-Insurance Program Renewed by Senate Panel
July 15 - SECTION NOTES: Postal Panels Approve Off-Budget Plans
July 15 - SECTION NOTES: Senate Panel Approves Women's Jobs Bill
July 15 - THIRD WORLD DEBT: Reduction Urged For Mexico
July 15 - Thrift Conference Checklist
July 22 - Bush Reviews Paris Summit, Calls Trip 'Clear Success'
July 22 - Child-Care Initiative (chart)
July 22 - Committees Clash Over Deficit Cuts
July 22 - COMMUNIQUE: Seven Nations Issue Document On World Economic Future
July 22 - Congress Is Already Hedging On Deficit-Reduction Plan
July 22 - Economic Forecasts (chart)
July 22 - Gonzalez: Still Feeling His Way
July 22 - LABOR: Fight Over Pension Curbs Moves to Reconciliation
July 22 - Latest Deficit Estimates Show Automatic Cuts Unlikely
July 22 - Negotiations on Bailout Bill Move Behind Closed Doors
July 22 - Rostenkowski in a Cross-Fire On Capital Gains Rate Cut
July 22 - THE ECONOMY: Recession, Inflation Now Equal As Worries for the Fed
July 22 - THIRD WORLD DEBT: Summit Backs Brady Plan; Mexico Deal Awaited
July 22 - Thrift Conference Checklist (chart)
July 29 - Agreement on S and L Bailout Faces Dust-Up in Senate
July 29 - Committee OKs $155.2 Billion For Health, Social Programs
July 29 - Highlights of the Thrift Bill (HR1278)
July 29 - Indexing Capital Gains
July 29 - Labor-HHS-Education Funding (chart)
July 29 - LABOR: Job Act Rewrite Favors Cities Over Suburban Areas
July 29 - Revenue Package Stalled
July 29 - SECTION NOTES: Markey, Dodd Push Market Bills
July 29 - SECTION NOTES: Mexico, Banks Reach Deal on Debt
July 29 - SECTION NOTES: Senators Again Seek Balanced Budget
July 29 - Tax Issue Puts Anthony in Hot Seat
July 29 - THE BUDGET: Deficit Reduction, Debt Limit
July 29 - To Banks' Surprise, Auditing Falls
August 5 - APPROPRIATIONS: House Averts Abortion Fight, Passes Labor-HHS Funding
August 5 - APPROPRIATIONS: Senate Cuts House Projects, Then Adds Its Own to Bill
August 5 - Congress OKs $70 Billion Rise In Federal Debt Ceiling
August 5 - Democrats Aim to Avoid Rout On Capital Gains Rate Cut
August 5 - EDUCATION: Two Panels OK Legislation To Spur Public Service
August 5 - SECTION NOTES: Pro Forma Wage Bill Sent to Senate
August 5 - Sweeping S and L Bailout Bill Heads for Final Passage
August 5 - The Debate on Financing
August 5 - Treasury, Postal Service Appropriations (chart)
August 12 - Banking
August 12 - Economic Affairs
August 12 - Labor
August 12 - New Thrift Regulatory Structure
August 12 - PROVISIONS: Congress OKs Sweeping Bill To Save Thrift Industry
August 12 - S and L Bill: Troublesome 'til the End
August 12 - Success of S and L Bailout Bill Not Fully Guaranteed
August 19 - Capital Gains Cut: Revenue Effects (chart)
August 19 - Distribution of Capital Gains Rate Cut (chart)
August 19 - Economists Fault Rival Plans For Capital Gains Cut
August 19 - How a Taxpayer Might Fare
August 19 - Once the Door Is Open...
August 19 - SECURITIES: Breeden Tapped As SEC Chief
August 19 - THE BUDGET: CBO Projects Budget Deficit Of $141 Billion in 1990
August 26 - Deficit Scorecard (chart)
August 26 - THE BUDGET: OMB Estimates Leave Congress
September 2 - Bipartisan Pact Set the Stage For Easy Going in the Fall
September 2 - Building 'Solidarity Software'
September 2 - Gramm-Rudman Cuts:
September 2 - Gramm-Rudman: How It Works
September 2 - Lobbying by Committee
September 2 - Unions Turn to Grass Roots To Rebuild Hill Clout
September 9 - Bills Would Pressure Banks To Aid in Brady Plan
September 9 - Capital Gains Cut: Revenue Effects (chart)
September 9 - Democrats Pursue Consensus On Capital Gains Cut
September 9 - Major Bank Third World Debt Exposure (chart)
September 9 - Reserve Policies Vary Worldwide
September 9 - State Checkoffs Also Flag
September 9 - Third World Loan Reserves (chart)
September 16 - Bentsen's Counter: Restore IRAs
September 16 - Dispute Over 'Tied Aid'
September 16 - House Banking Panel OKs Bill To Boost Aid, Help Exports
September 16 - Labor-HHS Funding Measure Ready for Senate Action
September 16 - LABOR: House Panel Moves New Wage Plan
September 16 - LABOR: Tax Panel's Section 89 'Repeal' Questioned by Lobby Group
September 16 - SECTION NOTES: Senate Votes to Reauthorize Volunteer Programs
September 16 - SECURITIES: Confirmation Seems Assured For New SEC Chairman
September 16 - Stage Set for Floor Battle On Capital Gains Cut
September 16 - The 'Bubble': A Tempting Target
September 23 - BANKING: Senate Panel OKs Measures On SEC, Ex-Im Bank
September 23 - Capital Gains Cut May Trigger Dismantling of 1986 Bill
September 23 - House Bill Would Cut Deficit By $16.6 Billion in 1990
September 23 - Labor-HHS Funding Measure Ready for Senate Passage (chart)
September 23 - LABOR: GOP Members Pressuring Bush
September 23 - Tax, Health-Cost Disputes Slow Deficit Reduction (charts)
September 30 - A GOP Lone Ranger
September 30 - A Loss for Labor
September 30 - Capital Gains History (chart)
September 30 - Catastrophic-Costs Repeal Vote Looming in Both Chambers
September 30 - Congress Misses Oct. 1 Deadline; Short-Term Measure Fills Gap
September 30 - Conte Leaves Pig Mask Behind In Appeal for Local Pork
September 30 - Deficit-Reduction Package Snagged in the House
September 30 - Major Options in House
September 30 - Players in Repeal Movement
September 30 - Rout of Democratic Leaders Reflects Fractured Party
September 30 - Section 89 Chronology
September 30 - Section 89 Repeal Drive: Taking No Prisoners
September 30 - SECTION NOTES: House Instructs Conferees On Labor-HHS Bill
September 30 - SECTION NOTES: IMF May Seek New Capital
September 30 - SECTION NOTES: Regulators Urge New Bank Powers
September 30 - SECTION NOTES: Securities Fraud Bill Passed
September 30 - Spotlight Turns to the Senate For Action on Capital Gains
September 30 - THIRD WORLD DEBT: House Banking OKs Aid Bill
October 7 - AGRICULTURE: Leahy, Lugar Offer CFTC Measure
October 7 - APPROPRIATIONS: Abortion-Funding Showdown Looms on Labor-HHS Bill
October 7 - Both Chambers in Retreat On 1988 Medicare Law
October 7 - Bush, Democrats Face Off On Bill to Cut Deficit
October 7 - Dueling Statistics
October 7 - Gramm-Rudman Cuts:
October 7 - Gramm-Rudman Scenario (chart)
October 7 - LABOR: Effort to Repeal Section 89 Looks Like 'a Done Deal'
October 7 - Packwood's Package
October 7 - SECTION NOTES: Estimate Raised On Thrift Cost
October 7 - Senate Deficit-Reduction Drive Runs Into Capital Gains Bog
October 7 - SOCIAL SECURITY: Relaxation of Earnings Test OK'd by Senate Finance
October 7 - What Gramm-Rudman Spending Cuts Would Mean for Fiscal 1990 Budget
October 7 - What's in a Rule?
October 14 - 60-Vote Rule: A Frequent Defense
October 14 - A Host of Players, Political Interests Fuel Struggle Over Reconciliation
October 14 - Bipartisan Deal Set in Senate To Strip Down Deficit Bill
October 14 - Common Cause Seeks Inquiry Concerning Five Senators
October 14 - Congress Puts Bush on Spot Over Funding of Abortion
October 14 - Eroding Political Will
October 14 - Fiscal 1990 Appropriations for Labor
October 14 - Gramm-Rudman-Hollings: Has Its Time Passed?
October 14 - Gramm-Rudman: Law vs. Reality (chart)
October 14 - GSEs: Risky But Handy
October 14 - Off-the-Books Enterprises Carry Over $800 Billion in Risks
October 14 - Reps. Leath, Martin Votes
October 14 - SECTION NOTES: Exclusion of Trust Funds Urged by Democrats
October 14 - SECTION NOTES: Spending Bills Move - Slowly
October 14 - TAXES: Ways and Means Turns Down Utility Tax Rebate Plan
October 14 - Vote Switchers
October 21 - AGRICULTURE: Futures Industry Throws Weight Against Senate CFTC Bill
October 21 - APPROPRIATIONS: Treasury Measure Goes to Bush
October 21 - CBO Keeps Its Profile Low,
October 21 - Conferees Get Off to Slow Start On Deficit-Reduction Bill
October 21 - Gramm-Rudman Cuts Triggered
October 21 - Impasse Over Anti-Deficit Bill Snags Social Initiatives
October 21 - Riders Line Up for Free Trip On Must-Pass Debt Bill
October 21 - Should Social Security Count When Deficit Is Weighed?
October 21 - Social Security Trust Funds (chart)
October 21 - TAXES: Panel Hears Competing Views On Rules for Life Insurance
October 21 - TAXES: Republican Senators Regroup For New Capital Gains Try
October 21 - THIRD WORLD DEBT: Development Aid, Ex-Im Bank Get House Authorization
October 21 - THRIFTS: Seidman Scores Regulators In Lincoln S and L Case
October 21 - Treasury, Postal Service Appropriations (chart)
October 21 - WHAT'S AHEAD: At Odds Over Budget; New Deadlines Near
October 28 - 'IRA Plus': The Big Cost Comes Later
October 28 - A Bush Line-Item Veto?
October 28 - Balancing the Need to Protect Security With Workers' Rights to Be Candid
October 28 - Boren Seizes the Limelight By Sticking to the Middle
October 28 - Congress Moves to Buttress Aid to Whistleblowers
October 28 - Congress Sets New Deadline To Finish Spending Bills
October 28 - Debt Limit, 'Reconciliation' Caught in Partisan Snarl
October 28 - Leon Panetta: Wearing Two Hats
October 28 - President, Agencies Have Wide Latitude in Providing Aid in Wake of Disasters
October 28 - Regulators Score Danny Wall In Lincoln Savings Probe
October 28 - SECURITIES: Lawmakers Consider Changes To Ease Investor Fears
October 28 - TAXES: Bush, GOP Grope for Strategy To Save Capital Gains Cut
October 28 - THE ECONOMY: Greenspan Speaks On Fed Bills
October 28 - TRADE: House Seeks Action On EC TV Rules
November 4 - Capital Gains: A Shift in Fortunes
November 4 - Ending Minimum Wage Standoff Took Give From Both Sides
November 4 - Gonzalez Steps on Many Toes In Lincoln Savings Inquiry
November 4 - SECTION NOTES: Defense Production Act Extended 10 Months
November 4 - SECTION NOTES: House Committee Scrutinizes Thrift Agency Borrowing
November 4 - SECTION NOTES: Market Official Supports Program-Trading Limits
November 4 - THE BUDGET: Bush Drops Gains Tax Drive, Shifts Focus to Deficit
November 11 - APPROPRIATIONS: Stalemate Drags on in House Over Abortion Funding
November 11 - Barring Age Bias in Job Benefits
November 11 - Baucus Warns of Hill Action If Talks With Japan Fail
November 11 - Congress Raises Debt Ceiling, Resists All but One Add-On
November 11 - Damage Control Gets Harder In Lincoln Savings Probe
November 11 - Deficit Bill Expected to Count Some Gramm-Rudman Cuts
November 11 - LABOR: Minimum-Wage Bill Cleared, Ending 10-Year Stalemate
November 11 - Leaders Trying to Conclude Session by Thanksgiving
November 11 - Lincoln Savings: A History
November 11 - PRESIDENTIAL STATEMENT Bush Challenges Congress On Deficit Reduction
November 11 - Rights Bill Is Almost Ready After Long Delay, Debate
November 11 - TAXES: Senate Capital Gains Vote Set; Expiring Breaks Kept Alive
November 11 - The Five Senators and Keating
November 11 - THRIFT INDUSTRY: Bill Would Restrict Thrift Agency
November 18 - Anxious to Adjourn, Congress Gives Up on Abortion Funds
November 18 - Capital Gains Cut Dead for the Year
November 18 - Leaders Press for Final Deal On Deficit-Reduction Bill
November 18 - Lincoln Savings: The Human Cost
November 18 - Popular Expiring Rules Await Chance for Extension
November 18 - Revenue Effects
November 18 - Role of Auditors in Spotlight As Lincoln Probe Unfolds
November 18 - SECTION NOTES: Banking Panel Approves Schapiro for SEC
November 18 - SECTION NOTES: Limits on Thrift Bailout OK'd, Put on Hold
November 18 - SECTION NOTES: SEC Authorization Passes Senate
November 18 - SECURITIES: Program Trading, Data Disputes Stall Market Reform Bills
November 25 - APPROPRIATIONS: Labor-HHS Appropriations Bill Is Signed by President Bush
November 25 - Bush, Congress Reach Deal On Deficit-Reduction Bill
November 25 - Congress Agrees to Overhaul Medicare's Doctor Payments
November 25 - Lawmakers Came Full Circle To Goal Set in April
November 25 - Reconciliation
November 25 - Reconciliation
November 25 - Revenue Package in HR3299 (chart)
November 25 - SECTION NOTES: Expired Steel-Quota Law Restored by Congress
November 25 - SECTION NOTES: Senate Votes to Confirm Schapiro for SEC
November 25 - THRIFT INDUSTRY: The Big Question on Lincoln: Why Did It Take So Long?
November 25 - Wall Testifies; Keating Silent
December 2 - BUDGET: It Was Supposed to Be Easy: Where Did Good Will Go?
December 2 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Banking
December 2 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Economic Affairs
December 2 - LEGISLATIVE SUMMARY: Labor
December 2 - SECURITIES: SEC Authorization Fails to Clear
December 9 - Wall Quits as Top Regulator, Assails Banking Chairman
December 16 - A 'Surprise' Boost in Taxes Was in the Bill All Along
December 16 - A Little History
December 16 - PROVISIONS: Deficit-Reduction Bill Offers $14.7 Billion in Cuts
December 16 - SECTION NOTES: Bush Notes Growing Cost Of Thrift Bailout
December 16 - SECTION NOTES: Bush Seen Continuing Hopeful Forecast
December 16 - SECTION NOTES: Mullins Selected For Fed Seat
December 16 - SECTION NOTES: OMB Plans to Trim Budget To Single Volume
December 16 - The 'Earnings Test'
December 16 - WHAT'S AHEAD: Budget Issues Move To Center Stage

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