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Adoption: Interethnic Placement Legislation In the 104th Congress
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Bosnia Implementation Force (IFOR) and Stabilization Force (SFOR): Activities of the 104th Congress
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Child Abuse and Child Welfare Legislation in the 104th Congress
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Child Nutrition Legislation in the 104th Congress
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Clean Water Issues in the 104th Congress
For the 104th Congress, reauthorization of the Clean Water Act would seem likely to be a priority, since the Act was last amended in 1987 and authorizations expired on September 30, 1990. But legislative prospects in the 104th Congress are uncertain. Clean water also was a priority for the 103rd Congress, but, in 1994, Congress ran out of time and did not act on comprehensive amendments. Many of the issues proved to be too complex and controversial to be resolved easily, while Congress also was considering a large agenda of environmental and other bills. Controversies arose in connection with issues specific to the Clean Water Act and a trio of regulatory relief issues that became barriers to a number of bills in the 103rd Congress.
Committee System: Rules Changes in the House, 104th Congress
This fact sheet details changes in the committee system contained in H. Res. 6, Rules of the House for the 104th Congress.
Department of Commerce Science and Technology Programs: Review of Dismantling Proposals in the 104th Congress
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DOE Laboratory Restructuring Legislation in the 104th Congress
Interest in restructuring (including eliminating) the Department of Energy (DOE) and its laboratories has increased since the end of the Cold War, and especially since the beginning of the 104th Congress. A number of non-legislative proposals and activities to this end are reviewed, including DOE's own proposals for "alignment and downsizing" of the Department and its laboratories.
Environmental Protection: From the 103rd to the 104th Congress
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Environmental Protection Issues: From the 104th to the 105th Congress
The continued interest in regulatory reform measures in the final moments of the 104th Congress suggests that the 105th Congress will consider them again. At the same time the fact that the 104th Congress enacted flexibility provisions in drinking water and food safety/pesticides legislation could be an indicator that the 105th Congress may pursue reforms in individual reauthorization legislation rather than in broad regulatory reform bills.
Environmental Reauthorizations and Regulatory Reform: From the 104th Congress to the 105th
The 104th Congress pursued efforts to reform environmental regulations on several fronts: (1) revising regulatory decision making processes; (2) attaching specific reforms to funding bills; (3) establishing a House corrections day calendar of bills addressing specific regulatory problems; and (4) incorporating regulatory reforms into individual program reauthorization bills. The 105th Congress has pursued regulatory reform in four primary directions: (1) proposals to establish a comprehensive cost-benefit/risk analysis framework for regulatory programs, (2) private property “takings” initiatives, (3) amendments and reforms directed at individual environmental statutes, and (4) oversight of environmental programs.
Environmental Reauthorizations and Regulatory Reform: From the 104th Congress to the 105th
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Environmental Reauthorizations and Regulatory Reform: From the 104th Congress to the 106th
The 104th Congress pursued efforts to reform environmental regulations on several fronts: (1) revising regulatory decision making processes; (2) attaching specific reforms to funding bills; (3) establishing a House corrections day calendar of bills addressing specific regulatory problems; and (4) incorporating regulatory reforms into individual program reauthorization bills. The 105th Congress has pursued regulatory reform in four primary directions: (1) proposals to establish a comprehensive cost-benefit/risk analysis framework for regulatory programs, (2) private property “takings” initiatives, (3) amendments and reforms directed at individual environmental statutes, and (4) oversight of environmental programs.
House Administrative Reorganization: 104th Congress
This report discusses the management responsibility for financial, security, and legislative operations.
An Introduction to Major Natural Resource Issues in the 104th Congress
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Key Foreign and Defense Policy Issues in the 104th Congress
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Membership of the 104th Congress: A Profile
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NATO Policy: Selected Legislation in the 103d, 104th, and 105th Congresses
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Presidential Appointments To Full-Time Positions On Regulatory and Other Collegial Boards and Commissions, 104th Congress
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United States Statutes At Large, Volume 109, 1995
United States Statutes at Large include the text of various legislation passed by Congress such as private and public laws, concurrent resolutions, and Constitutional amendments as well as proclamations, changes to the structure of government departments, etc. Part One indexes start on page a1 after page 987. Part Two indexes start on page a1 after page 1780.
United States Statutes At Large, Volume 110, 1996
United States Statutes at Large include the text of various legislation passed by Congress such as private and public laws, concurrent resolutions, and Constitutional amendments as well as proclamations, changes to the structure of government departments, etc. Part One indexes start on page a1 after page 1198. Part Two indexes start on page a1 after page 1754. Part Three indexes start on page a1 after page 2870. Part Four indexes start on page a1 after page 3098. Part Five indexes start on page a1 after page 3846. Part Six indexes start on page a1 after page 4576.
Utah Wilderness Legislation in the 104th Congress
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