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                       SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

                       ONE HUNDRED NINTH CONGRESS

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   FIRST SESSION  convened january 4, 2005          DAYS OF SESSION 159
                  adjourned december 22, 2005
  SECOND SESSION  convened january 3, 2006          DAYS OF SESSION 138
                  adjourned december 9, 2006

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                          CALENDAR OF BUSINESS

                               FINAL ISSUE

                                     








    (NOTICE.--This FINAL ISSUE of the CALENDAR OF BUSINESS for the One 
Hundred Ninth Congress reflects the legislative items remaining on the 
Calendar at the time of the sine die adjournment on December 9, 2006.)



                       (Pending Business on P. 2)

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           PREPARED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF EMILY J. REYNOLDS,
                         SECRETARY OF THE SENATE

                 By David J. Tinsley, Legislative Clerk

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                            PENDING BUSINESS

                        H.R. 5384 (ORDER NO. 477)

    An act making appropriations for Agriculture, Rural Development, 
Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies programs for the 
fiscal year ending September 30, 2007, and for other purposes. (Dec. 5, 
2006.)

                         HOUSE MESSAGE ON S. 403

    Message from the House of Representatives to accompany S. 403, an 
act to amend title 18, United States Code, to prohibit taking minors 
across State lines in circumvention of laws requiring the involvement of 
parents in abortion decisions. (Sept. 27, 2006.)

                      UNANIMOUS CONSENT AGREEMENTS

                         S. 1566 (ORDER NO. 191)

    1.--Ordered, That at a time to be determined by the Majority Leader 
with concurrence of the Democratic Leader, the Senate proceed to the 
immediate consideration of S. 1566, an original bill to reauthorize the 
Commodity Exchange Act, and for other purposes; provided that the 
amendment at the desk offered by the Senator from Georgia (Mr. 
Chambliss) be agreed to; further, that the only other amendments in 
order be the following four amendments, the text of which are at the 
desk, with no second degree amendments in order:
      Smith/Stevens--Petroleum prices (1 hour equally divided)
      Cantwell--Petroleum prices (1 hour equally divided)
      Feinstein--Electronic energy transactions (4 hours equally divided 
with 30 minutes of the Minority time under the control of the Senator 
from Michigan (Mr. Levin))
      Conrad--CFTC's authority (1 hour equally divided)
    Ordered further, That in addition to the time specified on the 
amendments, there be 30 minutes of debate equally divided on the bill 
and that following the use or yielding back of time and the disposition 
of amendments, the bill as amended, be read a third time; further, that 
the Senate then proceed to H.R. 4473, the House companion, and that all 
after enacting clause be stricken and the text of S. 1566, as amended, 
be inserted in lieu thereof; further, that the bill as amended, be read 
a third time and the Senate proceed to a vote on passage and that S. 
1566, as amended, be returned to the Senate calendar. (Aug. 1, 2006.)

                         S. 1516 (ORDER NO. 235)

    2.--Ordered, That at a time to be determined by the Majority Leader 
with concurrence of the Democratic Leader, the Senate proceed to the 
immediate consideration of S. 1516, a bill to reauthorize Amtrak, and 
for other purposes; provided that the committee-reported substitute be 
withdrawn and the Managers amendment at the desk be agreed to as 
original text for the purposes of further amendment, the amendment 
offered by the Senator from Iowa (Mr. Harkin) at the desk be agreed to 
and that the only other amendments in order be the following, the text 
of which is at the desk:
      McCain--Rail Security
      Sununu--Long Distance Trains
      Sununu--Competition
      Sessions--Amtrak Debt
    Ordered further, That there be 1 hour for debate equally divided on 
each of the amendments and 1 hour of general debate on the bill; 
further, following the disposition of amendments and the use or yielding 
back of time, the bill as amended, be read a third time and the Senate 
proceed to a vote on passage without any intervening action or debate; 
further, that no points of order be waived by virtue of this agreement. 
(Aug. 3, 2006.)

                         S. 2611 (ORDER NO. 414)

    3.--Ordered, That when the Senate agrees to a request for a 
conference or the Senate requests a conference on S. 2611 or a House 
bill, as amended with the language of S. 2611, as amended, the Chair be 
authorized to appoint conferees on the part of the Senate with the ratio 
of conferees being 14 to 12; provided further, that from that ratio, the 
first 7 Republican Senators from the Committee on the Judiciary and the 
first 5 Democratic Senators from the Committee on the Judiciary be 
conferees; further, that the Majority Leader select the final 7 
conferees for the Majority side and the Democratic Leader select the 
final 7 conferees for the Minority side. (May 11, 2006.)

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                                 H.R. 22

    4.--Ordered, That with respect to H.R. 22, an act to reform the 
postal laws of the United States, provided it shall not be in order for 
the Senate to consider any conference report or any House amendments to 
H.R. 22, if it would cause a net increase in on or off budget direct 
spending in excess of $5 billion in any of the four 10-year periods 
beginning in 2016-2055, as estimated by the Congressional Budget Office. 
(Feb. 9, 2006.)

                   S. 2766, S. 2767, S. 2768, S. 2769

    5.--Ordered, That with respect to S. 2766, S. 2767, S. 2768, S. 
2769, as passed, if the Senate receives a message with respect to any of 
these bills from the House of Representatives, the Senate disagree with 
the House on its amendment or amendments to the Senate-passed bill and 
agree to or request a conference, as appropriate, with the House on 
disagreeing votes of the two houses; that the Chair be authorized to 
appoint conferees; and that the foregoing occur without intervening 
action or debate. (June 22, 2006.)

                           STEM CELL RESEARCH

    6.--Ordered, That it not be in order for the Senate to consider any 
bill or amendment relating to stem cell research during the remainder of 
the 109th Congress. (June 29, 2006.)

                                H.R. 2830

    7.--Ordered, That with respect to H.R. 2830, an act to amend the 
Employee Retirement Security Act of 1974 and the Internal Revenue Code 
of 1986 to reform the pension funding rules, and for other purposes, it 
not be in order to consider any conference report on the bill during the 
109th Congress. (Aug. 3, 2006.)

                                 2006
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     January 03, 18, 20, 24, 25, 26, 27, 30, 31.
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     February, 01, 02, 03, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 27, 28.
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     March, 01, 02, 03, 06, 07, 08, 09, 13, 14, 15, 16, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31.
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     April, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 24, 25, 26, 27.
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     May, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26.
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     June, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29.
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     July, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31.
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     August, 01, 02, 03, 04.
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     September, 05, 06, 07, 08, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29.
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     October.
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     November, 09, 13, 14, 15, 16.
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     December, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 14.
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                                 2005
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     January 04, 06, 20, 24, 25, 26, 31.
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     February 01, 02, 03, 07, 08, 09, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 28.
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     March 01, 02, 03, 04, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 14, 15, 16, 17, 20, 21.
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     April 04, 05, 06, 07, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 28.
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     May 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 26.
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     June 06, 07, 08, 09, 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30.
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     July, 01, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29.
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     August.
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     September, 06, 01, 07, 08, 09, 12, 13, 14, 15, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30.
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     October, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31.
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     November, 01, 02, 03, 04, 07, 08, 09, 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18.
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     December, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 30.
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Days Senate met during First Session, One Hundred Ninth Congress, are 
marked (---).

Boxed area indicates a non-legislative period.

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      Senate Membership, One Hundred Ninth Congress, Second Session

________________________________________________________________________

Class
 1    Akaka, Daniel K.....................................    HI
 2    Alexander, Lamar....................................    TN
 2    Allard, Wayne.......................................    CO
 1    Allen, George.......................................    VA
 2    Baucus, Max.........................................    MT
 3    Bayh, Evan..........................................    IN
 3    Bennett, Robert F...................................    UT
 2    Biden, Joseph R., Jr................................    DE
 1    Bingaman, Jeff......................................    NM
 3    Bond, Christopher S.................................    MO
 3    Boxer, Barbara......................................    CA
 3    Brownback, Sam......................................    KS
 3    Bunning, Jim........................................    KY
 1    Burns, Conrad.......................................    MT
 3    Burr, Richard.......................................    NC
 1    Byrd, Robert C......................................    WV
 1    Cantwell, Maria.....................................    WA
 1    Carper, Thomas R....................................    DE
 1    Chafee, Lincoln.....................................    RI
 2    Chambliss, Saxby....................................    GA
 1    Clinton, Hillary Rodham.............................    NY
 3    Coburn, Tom.........................................    OK
 2    Cochran, Thad.......................................    MS
 2    Coleman, Norm.......................................    MN
 2    Collins, Susan M....................................    ME
 1    Conrad, Kent........................................    ND
 2    Cornyn, John........................................    TX
 2    Craig, Larry E......................................    ID
 3    Crapo, Mike.........................................    ID
 1    Dayton, Mark........................................    MN
 3    DeMint, Jim.........................................    SC
 1    DeWine, Mike........................................    OH
 3    Dodd, Christopher J.................................    CT
 2    Dole, Elizabeth.....................................    NC
 2    Domenici, Pete V....................................    NM
 3    Dorgan, Byron L.....................................    ND
 2    Durbin, Richard.....................................    IL
 1    Ensign, John........................................    NV
 2    Enzi, Michael B.....................................    WY
 3    Feingold, Russell D.................................    WI
 1    Feinstein, Dianne...................................    CA
 1    Frist, William H....................................    TN
 2    Graham, Lindsey.....................................    SC
 3    Grassley, Chuck.....................................    IA
 3    Gregg, Judd.........................................    NH
 2    Hagel, Chuck........................................    NE
 2    Harkin, Tom.........................................    IA
 1    Hatch, Orrin G......................................    UT
 1    Hutchison, Kay Bailey...............................    TX
 2    Inhofe, James M.....................................    OK
 3    Inouye, Daniel K....................................    HI
 3    Isakson, Johnny.....................................    GA
 1    Jeffords, James M*..................................    VT
 2    Johnson, Tim........................................    SD
 1    Kennedy, Edward M...................................    MA
 2    Kerry, John F.......................................    MA
 1    Kohl, Herb..........................................    WI
 1    Kyl, Jon............................................    AZ
 2    Landrieu, Mary L....................................    LA
 2    Lautenberg, Frank R.................................    NJ
 3    Leahy, Patrick J....................................    VT
 2    Levin, Carl.........................................    MI
 1    Lieberman, Joseph I.................................    CT
 3    Lincoln, Blanche L..................................    AR
 1    Lott, Trent.........................................    MS
 1    Lugar, Richard G....................................    IN
 3    Martinez, Mel.......................................    FL
 3    McCain, John........................................    AZ
 2    McConnell, Mitch....................................    KY
 1    Menendez, Robert\1\.................................    NJ
 3    Mikulski, Barbara A.................................    MD
 3    Murkowski, Lisa.....................................    AK
 3    Murray, Patty.......................................    WA
 1    Nelson, Bill........................................    FL
 1    Nelson, E. Benjamin.................................    NE
 3    Obama, Barack.......................................    IL
 2    Pryor, Mark L.......................................    AR
 2    Reed, Jack..........................................    RI
 3    Reid, Harry.........................................    NV
 2    Roberts, Pat........................................    KS
 2    Rockefeller, John D., IV............................    WV
 3    Salazar, Ken........................................    CO
 1    Santorum, Rick......................................    PA
 1    Sarbanes, Paul S....................................    MD
 3    Schumer, Charles E..................................    NY
 2    Sessions, Jeff......................................    AL
 3    Shelby, Richard C...................................    AL
 2    Smith, Gordon H.....................................    OR
 1    Snowe, Olympia J....................................    ME
 3    Specter, Arlen......................................    PA
 1    Stabenow, Debbie....................................    MI
 2    Stevens, Ted........................................    AK
 2    Sununu, John E......................................    NH
 1    Talent, James M.\2\.................................    MO
 1    Thomas, Craig.......................................    WY
 3    Thune, John.........................................    SD
 3    Vitter, David.......................................    LA
 3    Voinovich, George V.................................    OH
 2    Warner, John........................................    VA
 3    Wyden, Ron..........................................    OR

________________________________________________________________________

Class 1=Senators whose terms expire in 2007 (Rep. 15  Ind. 1          33
Demo. 17).
Class 2=Senators whose terms expire in 2009 (Rep. 21  Ind. 0          33
Demo. 12).
Class 3=Senators whose terms expire in 2011 (Rep. 19  Ind. 0          34
Demo. 15).

                                    ____________________________________

                          Totals (Rep. 55  Ind. 1  Demo. 44)......   100



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                         COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS 

                          STANDING COMMITTEES 
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                  AGRICULTURE, NUTRITION, AND FORESTRY

Room SR-328A. Russell Office Building. Meetings, first and third 
    Wednesdays at 10 a.m.
Saxby Chambliss, of Georgia, Chairman
Richard G. Lugar, of Indiana
Thad Cochran, of Mississippi
Mitch McConnell, of Kentucky
Pat Roberts, of Kansas
James M. Talent, of Missouri
Craig Thomas, of Wyoming
Rick Santorum, of Pennsylvania
Norm Coleman, of Minnesota
Mike Crapo, of Idaho
Chuck Grassley, of Iowa

                               __________

Tom Harkin, of Iowa
Patrick J. Leahy, of Vermont
Kent Conrad, of North Dakota
Max Baucus, of Montana
Blanche L. Lincoln, of Arkansas
Debbie Stabenow, of Michigan
E. Benjamin Nelson, of Nebraska
Mark Dayton, of Minnesota
Ken Salazar, of Colorado
  
  
  
  
  
  
  

                             APPROPRIATIONS

Room S-128, The Capitol. Meetings at the call of the Chairman.
Thad Cochran, of Mississippi, Chairman
Ted Stevens, of Alaska
Arlen Specter, of Pennsylvania
Pete V. Domenici, of New Mexico
Christopher S. Bond, of Missouri
Mitch McConnell, of Kentucky
Conrad Burns, of Montana
Richard C. Shelby, of Alabama
Judd Gregg, of New Hampshire
Robert F. Bennett, of Utah
Larry E. Craig, of Idaho
Kay Bailey Hutchison, of Texas
Mike DeWine, of Ohio
Sam Brownback, of Kansas
Wayne Allard, of Colorado

                               __________

Robert C. Byrd, of West Virginia
Daniel K. Inouye, of Hawaii
Patrick J. Leahy, of Vermont
Tom Harkin, of Iowa
Barbara A. Mikulski, of Maryland
Harry Reid, of Nevada
Herb Kohl, of Wisconsin
Patty Murray, of Washington
Byron L. Dorgan, of North Dakota
Dianne Feinstein, of California
Richard Durbin, of Illinois
Tim Johnson, of South Dakota
Mary L. Landrieu, of Louisiana

                             ARMED SERVICES

Room SR-228. Russell Office Building. Meetings, Thursdays at 10 a.m.
John Warner, of Virginia, Chairman
John McCain, of Arizona
James M. Inhofe, of Oklahoma
Pat Roberts, of Kansas
Jeff Sessions, of Alabama
Susan M. Collins, of Maine
John Ensign, of Nevada
James M. Talent, of Missouri
Saxby Chambliss, of Georgia
Lindsey Graham, of South Carolina
Elizabeth Dole, of North Carolina
John Cornyn, of Texas
John Thune, of South Dakota

                               __________

Carl Levin, of Michigan
Edward M. Kennedy, of Massachusetts
Robert C. Byrd, of West Virginia
Joseph I. Lieberman, of Connecticut
Jack Reed, of Rhode Island
Daniel K. Akaka, of Hawaii
Bill Nelson, of Florida
E. Benjamin Nelson, of Nebraska
Mark Dayton, of Minnesota
Evan Bayh, of Indiana
Hillary Rodham Clinton, of New York
  
  
  
  

                   BANKING, HOUSING, AND URBAN AFFAIRS

Room SD-534. Dirksen Office Building. Meetings, last Tuesday of each 
    month at 10:30 a.m.
Richard C. Shelby, of Alabama, Chairman
Robert F. Bennett, of Utah
Wayne Allard, of Colorado
Michael B. Enzi, of Wyoming
Chuck Hagel, of Nebraska
Rick Santorum, of Pennsylvania
Jim Bunning, of Kentucky
Mike Crapo, of Idaho
John E. Sununu, of New Hampshire
Elizabeth Dole, of North Carolina
Mel Martinez, of Florida

                               __________

Paul S. Sarbanes, of Maryland
Christopher J. Dodd, of Connecticut
Tim Johnson, of South Dakota
Jack Reed, of Rhode Island
Charles E. Schumer, of New York
Evan Bayh, of Indiana
Thomas R. Carper, of Delaware
Debbie Stabenow, of Michigan
Robert Menendez, of New Jersey

                                 BUDGET

Room SD-621. Dirksen Office Building. Meetings, first Thursday of each 
    month.
Judd Gregg, of New Hampshire, Chairman
Pete V. Domenici, of New Mexico
Chuck Grassley, of Iowa
Wayne Allard, of Colorado
Michael B. Enzi, of Wyoming
Jeff Sessions, of Alabama
Jim Bunning, of Kentucky
Mike Crapo, of Idaho
John Ensign, of Nevada
John Cornyn, of Texas
Lamar Alexander, of Tennessee
Lindsey Graham, of South Carolina

                               __________

Kent Conrad, of North Dakota
Paul S. Sarbanes, of Maryland
Patty Murray, of Washington
Ron Wyden, of Oregon
Russell D. Feingold, of Wisconsin
Tim Johnson, of South Dakota
Robert C. Byrd, of West Virginia
Bill Nelson, of Florida
Debbie Stabenow, of Michigan
Robert Menendez, of New Jersey
  
  
  
  
  
  

                  COMMERCE, SCIENCE, AND TRANSPORTATION

Room SD-508. Dirksen Office Building. Meetings, first and third Tuesdays 
    at 10 a.m.
Ted Stevens, of Alaska, Chairman
John McCain, of Arizona
Conrad Burns, of Montana
Trent Lott, of Mississippi
Kay Bailey Hutchison, of Texas
Olympia J. Snowe, of Maine
Gordon H. Smith, of Oregon
John Ensign, of Nevada
George Allen, of Virginia
John E. Sununu, of New Hampshire
Jim DeMint, of South Carolina
David Vitter, of Louisiana

                               __________

Daniel K. Inouye, of Hawaii
John D. Rockefeller IV, of West Virginia
John F. Kerry, of Massachusetts
Byron L. Dorgan, of North Dakota
Barbara Boxer, of California
Bill Nelson, of Florida
Maria Cantwell, of Washington
Frank R. Lautenberg, of New Jersey
E. Benjamin Nelson, of Nebraska
Mark L. Pryor, of Arkansas

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                      ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES

Room SD-364. Dirksen Office Building. Meetings, third Wednesday of each 
    month at 10 a.m.    
Pete V. Domenici, of New Mexico, Chairman
Larry E. Craig, of Idaho
Craig Thomas, of Wyoming
Lamar Alexander, of Tennessee
Lisa Murkowski, of Alaska
Richard Burr, of North Carolina
Mel Martinez, of Florida
James M. Talent, of Missouri
Conrad Burns, of Montana
George Allen, of Virginia
Gordon H. Smith, of Oregon
Jim Bunning, of Kentucky

                               __________

Jeff Bingaman, of New Mexico
Daniel K. Akaka, of Hawaii
Byron L. Dorgan, of North Dakota
Ron Wyden, of Oregon
Tim Johnson, of South Dakota
Mary L. Landrieu, of Louisiana
Dianne Feinstein, of California
Maria Cantwell, of Washington
Ken Salazar, of Colorado
Robert Menendez, of New Jersey
  
  
  
  
  

                      ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC WORKS

Room SD-458. Dirksen Office Building. Meetings, first and third 
    Thursdays at 10 a.m.
James M. Inhofe, of Oklahoma, Chairman
John Warner, of Virginia
Christopher S. Bond, of Missouri
George V. Voinovich, of Ohio
Lincoln Chafee, of Rhode Island
Lisa Murkowski, of Alaska
John Thune, of South Dakota
Jim DeMint, of South Carolina
Johnny Isakson, of Georgia
David Vitter, of Louisiana

                               __________

James M. Jeffords, of Vermont
Max Baucus, of Montana
Joseph I. Lieberman, of Connecticut
Barbara Boxer, of California
Thomas R. Carper, of Delaware
Hillary Rodham Clinton, of New York
Frank R. Lautenberg, of New Jersey
Barack Obama, of Illinois

                                 FINANCE

Room SD-219. Dirksen Office Building. Meetings, second and fourth 
    Tuesdays at 10 a.m.
Chuck Grassley, of Iowa, Chairman
Orrin G. Hatch, of Utah
Trent Lott, of Mississippi
Olympia J. Snowe, of Maine
Jon Kyl, of Arizona
Craig Thomas, of Wyoming
Rick Santorum, of Pennsylvania
William H. Frist, of Tennessee
Gordon H. Smith, of Oregon
Jim Bunning, of Kentucky
Mike Crapo, of Idaho

                               __________

Max Baucus, of Montana
John D. Rockefeller IV, of West Virginia
Kent Conrad, of North Dakota
James M. Jeffords, of Vermont
Jeff Bingaman, of New Mexico
John F. Kerry, of Massachusetts
Blanche L. Lincoln, of Arkansas
Ron Wyden, of Oregon
Charles E. Schumer, of New York
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  

                            FOREIGN RELATIONS

Room SD-446. Dirksen Office Building. Meetings at the call of the 
    Chairman.
Richard G. Lugar, of Indiana, Chairman
Chuck Hagel, of Nebraska
Lincoln Chafee, of Rhode Island
George Allen, of Virginia
Norm Coleman, of Minnesota
George V. Voinovich, of Ohio
Lamar Alexander, of Tennessee
John E. Sununu, of New Hampshire
Lisa Murkowski, of Alaska
Mel Martinez, of Florida

                               __________

Joseph R. Biden, Jr., of Delaware
Paul S. Sarbanes, of Maryland
Christopher J. Dodd, of Connecticut
John F. Kerry, of Massachusetts
Russell D. Feingold, of Wisconsin
Barbara Boxer, of California
Bill Nelson, of Florida
Barack Obama, of Illinois

                 HEALTH, EDUCATION, LABOR, AND PENSIONS

Room SD-428. Dirksen Office Building. Meetings, second and fourth 
    Wednesdays at 10 a.m.
Michael B. Enzi, of Wyoming, Chairman
Judd Gregg, of New Hampshire
William H. Frist, of Tennessee
Lamar Alexander, of Tennessee
Richard Burr, of North Carolina
Johnny Isakson, of Georgia
Mike DeWine, of Ohio
John Ensign, of Nevada
Orrin G. Hatch, of Utah
Jeff Sessions, of Alabama
Pat Roberts, of Kansas

                               __________

Edward M. Kennedy, of Massachusetts
Christopher J. Dodd, of Connecticut
Tom Harkin, of Iowa
Barbara A. Mikulski, of Maryland
James M. Jeffords, of Vermont
Jeff Bingaman, of New Mexico
Patty Murray, of Washington
Jack Reed, of Rhode Island
Hillary Rodham Clinton, of New York
  
  
  
  
  
  

               HOMELAND SECURITY AND GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

Room SD-340. Dirksen Office Building. Meetings, first Thursday of each 
    month.
Susan M. Collins, of Maine, Chairman
Ted Stevens, of Alaska
George V. Voinovich, of Ohio
Norm Coleman, of Minnesota
Tom Coburn, of Oklahoma
Lincoln Chafee, of Rhode Island
Robert F. Bennett, of Utah
Pete V. Domenici, of New Mexico
John Warner, of Virginia

                               __________

Joseph I. Lieberman, of Connecticut
Carl Levin, of Michigan
Daniel K. Akaka, of Hawaii
Thomas R. Carper, of Delaware
Mark Dayton, of Minnesota
Frank R. Lautenberg, of New Jersey
Mark L. Pryor, of Arkansas
  
  
  
  
  
  


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                                JUDICIARY

Room SD-224. Dirksen Office Building. Meetings at the call of the 
    Chairman.
Arlen Specter, of Pennsylvania, Chairman
Orrin G. Hatch, of Utah
Chuck Grassley, of Iowa
Jon Kyl, of Arizona
Mike DeWine, of Ohio
Jeff Sessions, of Alabama
Lindsey Graham, of South Carolina
John Cornyn, of Texas
Sam Brownback, of Kansas
Tom Coburn, of Oklahoma

                               __________

Patrick J. Leahy, of Vermont
Edward M. Kennedy, of Massachusetts
Joseph R. Biden, Jr., of Delaware
Herb Kohl, of Wisconsin
Dianne Feinstein, of California
Russell D. Feingold, of Wisconsin
Charles E. Schumer, of New York
Richard Durbin, of Illinois
  
  
  
  
  
  

                        RULES AND ADMINISTRATION

Room SR-305. Russell Office Building. Meetings at the call of the 
    Chairman.
Trent Lott, of Mississippi, Chairman
Ted Stevens, of Alaska
Mitch McConnell, of Kentucky
Thad Cochran, of Mississippi
Rick Santorum, of Pennsylvania
William H. Frist, of Tennessee
Saxby Chambliss, of Georgia
Kay Bailey Hutchison, of Texas
Robert F. Bennett, of Utah
Chuck Hagel, of Nebraska

                               __________

Christopher J. Dodd, of Connecticut
Robert C. Byrd, of West Virginia
Daniel K. Inouye, of Hawaii
Dianne Feinstein, of California
Charles E. Schumer, of New York
Mark Dayton, of Minnesota
Richard Durbin, of Illinois
E. Benjamin Nelson, of Nebraska
  
  
  

                   SMALL BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Room SR-428A. Russell Office Building. Meetings, first Wednesday of each 
    month.
Olympia J. Snowe, of Maine, Chairman
Christopher S. Bond, of Missouri
Conrad Burns, of Montana
George Allen, of Virginia
Norm Coleman, of Minnesota
John Thune, of South Dakota
Johnny Isakson, of Georgia
David Vitter, of Louisiana
Michael B. Enzi, of Wyoming
John Cornyn, of Texas

                               __________

John F. Kerry, of Massachusetts
Carl Levin, of Michigan
Tom Harkin, of Iowa
Joseph I. Lieberman, of Connecticut
Mary L. Landrieu, of Louisiana
Maria Cantwell, of Washington
Evan Bayh, of Indiana
Mark L. Pryor, of Arkansas
  
  
  
  
  

                            VETERANS' AFFAIRS

Room SR-414. Russell Office Building. Meetings, first Wednesday of each 
    month.
Larry E. Craig, of Idaho, Chairman
Arlen Specter, of Pennsylvania
Kay Bailey Hutchison, of Texas
Lindsey Graham, of South Carolina
Richard Burr, of North Carolina
John Ensign, of Nevada
John Thune, of South Dakota
Johnny Isakson, of Georgia

                               __________

Daniel K. Akaka, of Hawaii
John D. Rockefeller IV, of West Virginia
James M. Jeffords, of Vermont
Patty Murray, of Washington
Barack Obama, of Illinois
Ken Salazar, of Colorado


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                  OTHER, SELECT AND SPECIAL COMMITTEES

  

                       COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS

                    Room SH-838. Hart Office Building

John McCain, of Arizona, Chairman
Craig Thomas, of Wyoming
Lisa Murkowski, of Alaska
Tom Coburn, of Oklahoma
Pete V. Domenici, of New Mexico
Gordon H. Smith, of Oregon
Mike Crapo, of Idaho
Richard Burr, of North Carolina

                               __________

Byron L. Dorgan, of North Dakota, Vice Chairman
Daniel K. Inouye, of Hawaii
Kent Conrad, of North Dakota
Daniel K. Akaka, of Hawaii
Tim Johnson, of South Dakota
Maria Cantwell, of Washington
  
  
  

                       SELECT COMMITTEE ON ETHICS

                    Room SH-220. Hart Office Building

George V. Voinovich, of Ohio, Chairman
Pat Roberts, of Kansas
Craig Thomas, of Wyoming

                               __________

Tim Johnson, of South Dakota, Vice Chairman
Mark L. Pryor, of Arkansas
Ken Salazar, of Colorado
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  

                    SELECT COMMITTEE ON INTELLIGENCE

                    Room SH-211. Hart Office Building

Pat Roberts, of Kansas, Chairman
Orrin G. Hatch, of Utah
Mike DeWine, of Ohio
Christopher S. Bond, of Missouri
Trent Lott, of Mississippi
Olympia J. Snowe, of Maine
Chuck Hagel, of Nebraska
Saxby Chambliss, of Georgia

                               __________

John D. Rockefeller IV, of West Virginia, Vice Chairman
Carl Levin, of Michigan
Dianne Feinstein, of California
Ron Wyden, of Oregon
Evan Bayh, of Indiana
Barbara A. Mikulski, of Maryland
Russell D. Feingold, of Wisconsin
  
  

                       SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON AGING

                  Room SD-G31. Dirksen Office Building

Gordon H. Smith, of Oregon, Chairman
Richard C. Shelby, of Alabama
Susan M. Collins, of Maine
James M. Talent, of Missouri
Elizabeth Dole, of North Carolina
Mel Martinez, of Florida
Larry E. Craig, of Idaho
Rick Santorum, of Pennsylvania
Conrad Burns, of Montana
Lamar Alexander, of Tennessee
Jim DeMint, of South Carolina

                               __________

Herb Kohl, of Wisconsin
James M. Jeffords, of Vermont
Ron Wyden, of Oregon
Blanche L. Lincoln, of Arkansas
Evan Bayh, of Indiana
Thomas R. Carper, of Delaware
Bill Nelson, of Florida
Hillary Rodham Clinton, of New York
Ken Salazar, of Colorado
  
  
  


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                    JOINT COMMITTEES OF THE CONGRESS

                        JOINT ECONOMIC COMMITTEE

                  Room SD-G01. Dirksen Office Building

                             SENATE MEMBERS

Robert F. Bennett, of Utah, Vice Chairman
Sam Brownback, of Kansas
John E. Sununu, of New Hampshire
Jim DeMint, of South Carolina
Jeff Sessions, of Alabama
John Cornyn, of Texas
Jack Reed, of Rhode Island
Edward M. Kennedy, of Massachusetts
Paul S. Sarbanes, of Maryland
Jeff Bingaman, of New Mexico

                               __________

                     JOINT COMMITTEE ON THE LIBRARY

                  Room SR-305. Russell Office Building

                             SENATE MEMBERS

Ted Stevens, of Alaska, Vice Chairman
Thad Cochran, of Mississippi
Trent Lott, of Mississippi
Christopher J. Dodd, of Connecticut
Charles E. Schumer, of New York

                               __________

                       JOINT COMMITTEE ON PRINTING

                             SENATE MEMBERS

Trent Lott, of Mississippi, Chairman
Thad Cochran, of Mississippi
Saxby Chambliss, of Georgia
Daniel K. Inouye, of Hawaii
Mark Dayton, of Minnesota

                               __________

                       JOINT COMMITTEE ON TAXATION

                  Room SD-204. Dirksen Office Building

                             SENATE MEMBERS

Chuck Grassley, of Iowa
Orrin G. Hatch, of Utah
Trent Lott, of Mississippi
Max Baucus, of Montana
John D. Rockefeller IV, of West Virginia

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 Cross Index of General Orders Measures With Corresponding Order Numbers

Measure Number                                              Order Number


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S. 10.............................................................  121
S. 21.............................................................  112
S. 22.............................................................  422
S. 23.............................................................  423
S. 48.............................................................   57
S. 63.............................................................    8
S. 65.............................................................  382
S. 103............................................................  184
S. 113............................................................  204
S. 134............................................................   35
S. 147............................................................  101
S. 158............................................................  302
S. 163............................................................    9
S. 177............................................................   26
S. 200............................................................   10
S. 204............................................................   12
S. 249............................................................   13
S. 265............................................................  359
S. 288............................................................    2
S. 339............................................................   85
S. 360............................................................  211
S. 363............................................................  291
S. 364............................................................  161
S. 374............................................................  624
S. 378............................................................   86
S. 394............................................................  628
S. 491............................................................  128
S. 494............................................................  114
S. 517............................................................  319
S. 518............................................................  187
S. 525............................................................  199
S. 536............................................................  100
S. 539............................................................   34
S. 555............................................................   73
S. 559............................................................  453
S. 570............................................................   49
S. 572............................................................  224
S. 589............................................................   59
S. 590............................................................  144
S. 598............................................................  390
S. 600............................................................   48
S. 606............................................................  116
S. 629............................................................   92
S. 660............................................................  606
S. 661............................................................   96
S. 662............................................................  164
S. 667............................................................   60
S. 687............................................................  467
S. 728............................................................   93
S. 731............................................................  323
S. 732............................................................   68
S. 757............................................................  530
S. 829............................................................  383
S. 839............................................................   77
S. 844............................................................   78
S. 845............................................................   79
S. 846............................................................   80
S. 847............................................................   81
S. 848............................................................   82
S. 851............................................................   83
S. 858............................................................  154
S. 860............................................................  640
S. 864............................................................  152
S. 865............................................................  153
S. 867............................................................  145
S. 870............................................................   87
S. 871............................................................   88
S. 872............................................................   89
S. 873............................................................   90
S. 874............................................................   91
S. 881............................................................  317
S. 892............................................................  146
S. 898............................................................  115
S. 907............................................................   94
S. 955............................................................  241
S. 967............................................................  352
S. 975............................................................   97
S. 989............................................................   99
S. 1021...........................................................  203
S. 1052...........................................................  364
S. 1053...........................................................  107
S. 1057...........................................................  375
S. 1061...........................................................  108
S. 1062...........................................................  109
S. 1063...........................................................  353
S. 1084...........................................................  110
S. 1085...........................................................  111
S. 1098...........................................................  113
S. 1102...........................................................  377
S. 1107...........................................................  200
S. 1110...........................................................  373
S. 1127...........................................................  118
S. 1129...........................................................  674
S. 1206...........................................................  147
S. 1207...........................................................  148
S. 1215...........................................................  378
S. 1230...........................................................  127
S. 1265...........................................................  202
S. 1266...........................................................  132
S. 1280...........................................................  185
S. 1291...........................................................  186
S. 1317...........................................................  156
S. 1321...........................................................  614
S. 1326...........................................................  252
S. 1332...........................................................  151
S. 1354...........................................................  296
S. 1374...........................................................  159
S. 1389...........................................................  171
S. 1394...........................................................  165
S. 1400...........................................................  304
S. 1408...........................................................  320
S. 1410...........................................................  201
S. 1420...........................................................  173
S. 1446...........................................................  170
S. 1516...........................................................  235
S. 1531...........................................................  667
S. 1554...........................................................  509
S. 1566...........................................................  191
S. 1567...........................................................  192
S. 1614...........................................................  300
S. 1681...........................................................  206
S. 1682...........................................................  207
S. 1683...........................................................  208
S. 1684...........................................................  209
S. 1688...........................................................  210
S. 1696...........................................................  212
S. 1700...........................................................  226
S. 1708...........................................................  356
S. 1715...........................................................  213
S. 1716...........................................................  214
S. 1718...........................................................  215
S. 1725...........................................................  232
S. 1738...........................................................  228
S. 1745...........................................................  219
S. 1748...........................................................  220
S. 1753...........................................................  321
S. 1760...........................................................  315
S. 1761...........................................................  222
S. 1768...........................................................  384
S. 1771...........................................................  223
S. 1789...........................................................  297
S. 1802...........................................................  233
S. 1803...........................................................  293
S. 1838...........................................................  581
S. 1848...........................................................  645
S. 1860...........................................................  316
S. 1871...........................................................  234
S. 1873...........................................................  257
S. 1904...........................................................  253
S. 1953...........................................................  276
S. 1955...........................................................  417
S. 1960...........................................................  280
S. 1969...........................................................  283
S. 1970...........................................................  401
S. 2006...........................................................  301
S. 2008...........................................................  292
S. 2010...........................................................  617
S. 2015...........................................................  354
S. 2023...........................................................  502
S. 2027...........................................................  306
S. 2029...........................................................  295
S. 2032...........................................................  299
S. 2035...........................................................  547
S. 2036...........................................................  333
S. 2039...........................................................  451
S. 2078...........................................................  466
S. 2127...........................................................  450
S. 2128...........................................................  369
S. 2145...........................................................  495
S. 2178...........................................................  368
S. 2197...........................................................  411
S. 2228...........................................................  479
S. 2253...........................................................  402
S. 2273...........................................................  361
S. 2292...........................................................  415
S. 2348...........................................................  637
S. 2376...........................................................  480
S. 2389...........................................................  425
S. 2453...........................................................  609
S. 2454...........................................................  376

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S. 2455...........................................................  607
S. 2459...........................................................  424
S. 2467...........................................................  381
S. 2489...........................................................  385
S. 2557...........................................................  416
S. 2560...........................................................  452
S. 2566...........................................................  456
S. 2568...........................................................  552
S. 2603...........................................................  413
S. 2679...........................................................  579
S. 2700...........................................................  421
S. 2703...........................................................  523
S. 2719...........................................................  567
S. 2722...........................................................  482
S. 2751...........................................................  653
S. 2781...........................................................  625
S. 2791...........................................................  430
S. 2802...........................................................  524
S. 2810...........................................................  434
S. 2823...........................................................  580
S. 2912...........................................................  618
S. 3001...........................................................  610
S. 3064...........................................................  459
S. 3237...........................................................  476
S. 3274...........................................................  460
S. 3495...........................................................  560
S. 3521...........................................................  520
S. 3524...........................................................  469
S. 3551...........................................................  619
S. 3570...........................................................  616
S. 3589...........................................................  498
S. 3590...........................................................  510
S. 3591...........................................................  660
S. 3617...........................................................  620
S. 3630...........................................................  646
S. 3637...........................................................  514
S. 3648...........................................................  651
S. 3660...........................................................  517
S. 3708...........................................................  526
S. 3709...........................................................  527
S. 3721...........................................................  582
S. 3771...........................................................  638
S. 3778...........................................................  577
S. 3852...........................................................  591
S. 3861...........................................................  595
S. 3873...........................................................  596
S. 3874...........................................................  597
S. 3875...........................................................  598
S. 3876...........................................................  599
S. 3877...........................................................  600
S. 3882...........................................................  602
S. 3884...........................................................  604
S. 3886...........................................................  605
S. 3901...........................................................  611
S. 3925...........................................................  632
S. 3929...........................................................  633
S. 3931...........................................................  635
S. 3936...........................................................  648
S. 3982...........................................................  655
S. 3983...........................................................  658
S. 3990...........................................................  672
S. 3992...........................................................  656
S. 3993...........................................................  657
S. 3994...........................................................  661
S. 4041...........................................................  662
S. 4047...........................................................  664
S. 4051...........................................................  665
S. 4080...........................................................  670
S. 4110...........................................................  673

S.J. Res. 1.......................................................  435
S.J. Res. 15......................................................  183
S.J. Res. 18......................................................  158

S. Con. Res. 105..................................................  505
S. Con. Res. 71...................................................  601

S. Res. 49........................................................    4
S. Res. 312.......................................................  458
S. Res. 460.......................................................  506

H.R. 8............................................................   84
H.R. 310..........................................................   17
H.R. 366..........................................................  155
H.R. 503..........................................................  631
H.R. 513..........................................................  392
H.R. 518..........................................................  433
H.R. 554..........................................................  254
H.R. 609..........................................................  388
H.R. 631..........................................................  608
H.R. 748..........................................................  157
H.R. 841..........................................................   61
H.R. 1428.........................................................  198
H.R. 1797.........................................................  179
H.R. 2123.........................................................  258
H.R. 2601.........................................................  172
H.R. 2745.........................................................  133
H.R. 2892.........................................................  351
H.R. 3675.........................................................  669
H.R. 3929.........................................................  647
H.R. 3967.........................................................  468
H.R. 4096.........................................................  326
H.R. 4157.........................................................  587
H.R. 4388.........................................................  327
H.R. 4417.........................................................  644
H.R. 4411.........................................................  519
H.R. 4473.........................................................  358
H.R. 4761.........................................................  588
H.R. 4890.........................................................  589
H.R. 4973.........................................................  501
H.R. 5020.........................................................  418
H.R. 5252.........................................................  652
H.R. 5253.........................................................  461
H.R. 5311.........................................................  462
H.R. 5337.........................................................  538
H.R. 5384.........................................................  477
H.R. 5386.........................................................  507
H.R. 5427.........................................................  504
H.R. 5429.........................................................  464
H.R. 5521.........................................................  478
H.R. 5522.........................................................  512
H.R. 5576.........................................................  535
H.R. 5638.........................................................  496
H.R. 5672.........................................................  516
H.R. 5689.........................................................  612
H.R. 5970.........................................................  562

H. Con. Res. 408..................................................  508


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                             GENERAL ORDERS

                             UNDER RULE VIII

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 Order  Measure Number           Title                 Reported or       
  No.     and Author                              Placed on the Calendar 
________________________________________________________________________

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    2     S. 288     A bill to extend Federal  Feb. 10, 2005.--Mr. Enzi, 
      Mr. Gregg and    funding for operation     Committee on Health, 
          others       of State high risk        Education, Labor, and 
                       health insurance pools.   Pensions, with an 
                                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 121.)

    4   S. Res. 49   Resolution authorizing    Feb. 14, 2005.--Mr. Lott, 
         Mr. Lott      expenditures by the       Committee on Rules and 
                       Committee on Rules and    Administration, without 
                       Administration.           amendment. (An original 
                                                 resolution.) (No 
                                                 written report.)
  
    8      S. 63     A bill to establish the   Feb. 16, 2005.--Mr. 
         Messrs.       Northern Rio Grande       Domenici, Committee on 
       Bingaman and    National Heritage Area    Energy and Natural 
         Domenici      in the State of New       Resources, with 
                       Mexico, and for other     amendments. (Rept. 1.)
                       purposes.
  
    9     S. 163     A bill to establish the   Feb. 16, 2005.--Mr. 
        Mr. Bennett    National Mormon Pioneer   Domenici, Committee on 
                       Heritage Area in the      Energy and Natural 
                       State of Utah, and for    Resources, with 
                       other purposes.           amendments, and an 
                                                 amendment to the title. 
                                                 (Rept. 2.)
  
   10     S. 200     A bill to establish the   Feb. 16, 2005.--Mr. 
         Messrs.       Arabia Mountain           Domenici, Committee on 
      Chambliss and    National Heritage Area    Energy and Natural 
          Isakson      in the State of           Resources, with an 
                       Georgia, and for other    amendment. (Rept. 3.)
                       purposes.
  
   12     S. 204     A bill to establish the   Feb. 16, 2005.--Mr. 
       Ms. Landrieu    Atchafalaya National      Domenici, Committee on 
      and Mr. Vitter   Heritage Area in the      Energy and Natural 
                       State of Louisiana.       Resources, without 
                                                 amendment. (Rept. 5.)
  
   13     S. 249     A bill to establish the   Feb. 16, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Reid and    Great Basin National      Domenici, Committee on 
          others       Heritage Route in the     Energy and Natural 
                       States of Nevada and      Resources, without 
                       Utah.                     amendment. (Rept. 6.)
  

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   17    H.R. 310    An act to increase the    Feb. 18, 2005.--Read the 
                       penalties for             second time and placed 
                       violations by             on the calendar.
                       television and radio 
                       broadcasters of the 
                       prohibitions against 
                       transmission of 
                       obscene, indecent, and 
                       profane material, and 
                       for other purposes.
  
   26     S. 177     A bill to further the     Mar. 7, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Domenici    purposes of the           Domenici, Committee on 
        and others     Reclamation Projects      Energy and Natural 
                       Authorization and         Resources, without 
                       Adjustment Act of 1992    amendment. (Rept. 15.)
                       by directing the 
                       Secretary of the 
                       Interior, acting 
                       through the 
                       Commissioner of 
                       Reclamation, to carry 
                       out an assessment and 
                       demonstration program 
                       to control salt cedar 
                       and Russian olive, and 
                       the other purposes.
  
   34     S. 539     A bill to amend title 28, Mar. 8, 2005.--Read the 
       Mr. Martinez    United States Code, to    second time and placed 
                       provide the protections   on the calendar.
                       of habeas corpus for 
                       certain incapacitated 
                       individuals whose life 
                       is in jeopardy, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
   35     S. 134     A bill to adjust the      Mar. 9, 2005.--Mr. 
          Mmes.        boundary of Redwood       Domenici, Committee on 
      Feinstein and    National Park in the      Energy and Natural 
           Boxer       State of California.      Resources, without 
                                                 amendment. (Rept. 23.)
  
   48     S. 600     A bill to authorize       Mar. 10, 2005.--Mr. 
         Mr. Lugar     appropriations for the    Lugar, Committee on 
                       Department of State and   Foreign Relations, 
                       international             without amendment. (An 
                       broadcasting activities   original bill.) (Rept. 
                       for fiscal years 2006     35.) (See also Order 
                       and 2007, for the Peace   No. 172.)
                       Corps for fiscal years 
                       2006 and 2007, for 
                       foreign assistance 
                       programs for fiscal 
                       years 2006 and 2007, 
                       and for other purposes.
  

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   49     S. 570     A bill to amend titles    Mar. 10, 2005.--Read the 
      Mr. Nelson of    XVIII and XIX of the      second time and placed 
          Florida      Social Security Act and   on the calendar.
                       title III of the Public 
                       Health Service Act to 
                       improve access to 
                       information about 
                       individuals' health 
                       care options and legal 
                       rights for care near 
                       the end of life, to 
                       promote advance care 
                       planning and 
                       decisionmaking so that 
                       individuals' wishes are 
                       known should they 
                       become unable to speak 
                       for themselves, to 
                       engage health care 
                       providers in 
                       disseminating 
                       information about and 
                       assisting in the 
                       preparation of advance 
                       directives, which 
                       include living wills 
                       and durable powers of 
                       attorney for health 
                       care, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
   57      S. 48     A bill to reauthorize     Mar. 17, 2005.--Mr. 
         Messrs.       appropriations for the    Domenici, Committee on 
      Lautenberg and   New Jersey Coastal        Energy and Natural 
          Corzine      Heritage Trail Route,     Resources, with 
                       and for other purposes.   amendments. (Rept. 41.)
  
   59     S. 589     A bill to establish the   Mar. 17, 2005.--Mr. 
      Messrs. Cornyn   Commission on Freedom     Specter, Committee on 
         and Leahy     of Information Act        the Judiciary, without 
                       Processing Delays.        amendment. (No written 
                                                 report.)
  
   60     S. 667     A bill to reauthorize and Mar. 17, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Grassley    improve the program of    Grassley, Committee on 
                       block grants to States    Finance, without 
                       for temporary             amendment. (An original 
                       assistance for needy      bill.) (Rept. 51.)
                       families, improve 
                       access to quality child 
                       care, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
   61    H.R. 841    An act to require States  Mar. 19, 2005.--Read the 
                       to hold special           second time and placed 
                       elections to fill         on the calendar.
                       vacancies in the House 
                       of Representatives not 
                       later than 49 days 
                       after the vacancy is 
                       announced by the 
                       Speaker of the House of 
                       Representatives in 
                       extraordinary 
                       circumstances, and for 
                       other purposes.
  

[[Page 17]]

   68     S. 732     A bill to authorize funds Apr. 6, 2005.--Mr. 
        Mr. Inhofe     for Federal-aid           Inhofe, Committee on 
                       highways, highway         Environment and Public 
                       safety programs, and      Works, without 
                       transit programs, and     amendment. (An original 
                       for other purposes.       bill.) (Rept. 53.)
  
   73     S. 555     A bill to amend the       Apr. 14, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. DeWine and   Sherman Act to make       Specter, Committee on 
          others       oil-producing and         the Judiciary, without 
                       exporting cartels         amendment. (No written 
                       illegal.                  report.)
  
   77     S. 839     A bill to repeal the law  Apr. 20, 2005.--Read the 
        Mrs. Boxer     that gags doctors and     second time and placed 
                       denies women              on the calendar.
                       information and 
                       referrals concerning 
                       their reproductive 
                       health options.
  
   78     S. 844     A bill to expand access   Apr. 20, 2005.--Read the 
       Mrs. Clinton    to preventive health      second time and placed 
       and Mr. Reid    care services that help   on the calendar.
                       reduce unintended 
                       pregnancy, reduce the 
                       number of abortions, 
                       and improve access to 
                       women's health care.
  
   79     S. 845     A bill to amend title 10, Apr. 20, 2005.--Read the 
         Mr. Reid      United States Code, to    second time and placed 
                       permit retired            on the calendar.
                       servicemembers who have 
                       a service-connected 
                       disability to receive 
                       disability compensation 
                       and either retired pay 
                       or Combat-Related 
                       Special Compensation 
                       and to eliminate the 
                       phase-in period with 
                       respect to such 
                       concurrent receipt.
  
   80     S. 846     A bill to provide fair    Apr. 20, 2005.--Read the 
        Mr. Durbin     wages for America's       second time and placed 
                       workers.                  on the calendar.
  
   81     S. 847     A bill to lower the       Apr. 20, 2005.--Read the 
       Ms. Stabenow    burden of gasoline        second time and placed 
         and Mr.       prices on the economy     on the calendar.
          Schumer      of the United States 
                       and circumvent the 
                       efforts of OPEC to reap 
                       windfall oil profits.
  

[[Page 18]]

   82     S. 848     A bill to improve         Apr. 20, 2005.--Read the 
       Mr. Bingaman    education, and for        second time and placed 
                       other purposes.           on the calendar.
  
   83     S. 851     A bill to reduce budget   Apr. 20, 2005.--Read the 
      Mr. Conrad and   deficits by restoring     second time and placed 
          others       budget enforcement and    on the calendar.
                       strengthening fiscal 
                       responsibility.
  
   84     H.R. 8     An act to make the repeal Apr. 20, 2005.--Read the 
                       of the estate tax         second time and placed 
                       permanent.                on the calendar.
  
   85     S. 339     A bill to reaffirm the    Apr. 21, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Reid and    authority of States to    Specter, Committee on 
          others       regulate certain          the Judiciary, without 
                       hunting and fishing       amendment. (No written 
                       activities.               report.)
  
   86     S. 378     A bill to make it a       Apr. 21, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. Biden and    criminal act to           Specter, Committee on 
          others       willfully use a weapon    the Judiciary, with an 
                       with the intent to        amendment in the nature 
                       cause death or serious    of a substitute. (No 
                       bodily injury to any      written report.)
                       person while on board a 
                       passenger vessel, and 
                       for other purposes.
  
   87     S. 870     A bill to prohibit energy Apr. 22, 2005.--Read the 
       Ms. Cantwell    market manipulation.      second time and placed 
                                                 on the calendar.
  
   88     S. 871     A bill to amend title 10, Apr. 22, 2005.--Read the 
         Mr. Levin     United States Code, to    second time and placed 
                       ensure that the           on the calendar.
                       strength of the Armed 
                       Forces and the 
                       protections and 
                       benefits for members of 
                       the Armed Forces and 
                       their families are 
                       adequate for keeping 
                       the commitment of the 
                       people of the United 
                       States to support their 
                       servicemembers, and for 
                       other purposes.
  

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   89     S. 872     A bill to amend the       Apr. 22, 2005.--Read the 
        Mr. Dorgan     Internal Revenue Code     second time and placed 
                       of 1986 to provide for    on the calendar.
                       the taxation of income 
                       of controlled foreign 
                       corporations 
                       attributable to 
                       imported property.
  
   90     S. 873     A bill to amend title     Apr. 22, 2005.--Read the 
        Mr. Durbin     XVIII of the Social       second time and placed 
                       Security Act to deliver   on the calendar.
                       a meaningful benefit 
                       and lower prescription 
                       drug prices under the 
                       medicare program.
  
   91     S. 874     A bill to establish a     Apr. 22, 2005.--Read the 
      Mr. Durbin and   national health program   second time and placed 
       Mrs. Lincoln    administered by the       on the calendar.
                       Office of Personnel 
                       Management to offer 
                       health benefits plans 
                       to individuals who are 
                       not Federal employees, 
                       and for other purposes.
  
   92     S. 629     A bill to amend chapter   Apr. 25, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Sessions    97 of title 18, United    Specter, Committee on 
                       States Code, relating     the Judiciary, with 
                       to protecting against     amendments. (No written 
                       attacks on railroads      report.)
                       and other mass 
                       transportation systems.
  
   93     S. 728     A bill to provide for the Apr. 26, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Bond and    consideration and         Inhofe, Committee on 
          others       development of water      Environment and Public 
                       and related resources,    Works, with amendments. 
                       to authorize the          (Rept. 61.) (Additional 
                       Secretary of the Army     views filed.)
                       to construct various 
                       projects for 
                       improvements to rivers 
                       and harbors of the 
                       United States, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
   94     S. 907     A bill to amend chapter   Apr. 26, 2005.--Mr. 
        Mr. Shelby     53 of title 49, United    Shelby, Committee on 
                       States Code, to improve   Banking, Housing, and 
                       the Nation's public       Urban Affairs, without 
                       transportation, and for   amendment. (An original 
                       other purposes.           bill.) (Rept. 62.)
  

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   96     S. 661     A bill to amend the       Apr. 28, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. Hatch and    Internal Revenue Code     Grassley, Committee on 
          others       of 1986 to provide for    Finance, with an 
                       the modernization of      amendment in the nature 
                       the United States Tax     of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       Court, and for other      64.)
                       purposes.
  
   97     S. 975     A bill to provide         May 9, 2005.--Read the 
      Mr. Lieberman    incentives to increase    second time and placed 
        and others     research by private       on the calendar.
                       sector entities to 
                       develop medical 
                       countermeasures to 
                       prevent, detect, 
                       identify, contain, and 
                       treat illnesses, 
                       including those 
                       associated with a 
                       biological, chemical, 
                       nuclear, or 
                       radiological weapons 
                       attack or an infectious 
                       disease outbreak, and 
                       for other purposes.
  
   99     S. 989     A bill to ensure that a   May 11, 2005.--Read the 
      Mr. Durbin and   Federal employee who      second time and placed 
       Ms. Mikulski    takes leave without pay   on the calendar.
                       in order to perform 
                       service as a member of 
                       the uniformed services 
                       or member of the 
                       National Guard shall 
                       continue to receive pay 
                       in an amount which, 
                       when taken together 
                       with the pay and 
                       allowances such 
                       individual is receiving 
                       for such service, will 
                       be no less than the 
                       basic pay such 
                       individual would then 
                       be receiving if no 
                       interruption in 
                       employment had 
                       occurred.
  
  100     S. 536     A bill to make technical  May 12, 2005.--Mr. 
        Mr. McCain     corrections to laws       McCain, Committee on 
                       relating to Native        Indian Affairs, without 
                       Americans, and for        amendment. (Rept. 67.)
                       other purposes.
  
  101     S. 147     A bill to express the     May 16, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. Akaka and    policy of the United      McCain, Committee on 
          others       States regarding the      Indian Affairs, with an 
                       United States             amendment in the nature 
                       relationship with         of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       Native Hawaiians and to   68.)
                       provide a process for 
                       the recognition by the 
                       United States of the 
                       Native Hawaiian 
                       governing entity.
  

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  107     S. 1053    A bill to amend the       May 17, 2005.--Mr. Lott, 
         Mr. Lott      Federal Election          Committee on Rules and 
                       Campaign Act of 1971 to   Administration, without 
                       clarify when              amendment. (An original 
                       organizations described   bill.) (No written 
                       in section 527 of the     report.) (See also 
                       Internal Revenue Code     Order No. 392.)
                       of 1986 must register 
                       as political 
                       committees, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  108     S. 1061    A bill to provide for     May 19, 2005.--Read the 
        Mrs. Murray    secondary school          second time and placed 
                       reform, and for other     on the calendar.
                       purposes.
  
  109     S. 1062    A bill to amend the Fair  May 19, 2005.--Read the 
        Mr. Kennedy    Labor Standards Act of    second time and placed 
                       1938 to provide for an    on the calendar.
                       increase in the Federal 
                       minimum wage.
  
  110     S. 1084    A bill to eliminate child May 20, 2005.--Read the 
        Mr. Kennedy    poverty, and for other    second time and placed 
                       purposes.                 on the calendar.
  
  111     S. 1085    A bill to provide for     May 20, 2005.--Read the 
       Mr. Kennedy     paid sick leave to        second time and placed 
        and others     ensure that Americans     on the calendar.
                       can address their own 
                       health needs and the 
                       health needs of their 
                       families.
  
  112      S. 21     A bill to provide for     May 24, 2005.--Ms. 
       Ms. Collins     homeland security grant   Collins, Committee on 
        and others     coordination and          Homeland Security and 
                       simplification, and for   Governmental Affairs, 
                       other purposes.           with an amendment in 
                                                 the nature of a 
                                                 substitute. (Rept. 71.) 
                                                 (Additional views 
                                                 filed.)
  
  113     S. 1098    A bill to prevent abuse   May 24, 2005.--Read the 
       Mr. Kennedy     of the special            second time and placed 
        and others     allowance subsidies       on the calendar.
                       under the Federal 
                       Family Education Loan 
                       Program.
  

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  114     S. 494     A bill to amend chapter   May 25, 2005.--Ms. 
      Mr. Akaka and    23 of title 5, United     Collins, Committee on 
          others       States Code, to clarify   Homeland Security and 
                       the disclosures of        Governmental Affairs, 
                       information protected     without amendment. 
                       from prohibited           (Rept. 72.)
                       personnel practices, 
                       require a statement in 
                       nondisclosure policies, 
                       forms, and agreements 
                       that such policies, 
                       forms, and agreements 
                       conform with certain 
                       disclosure protections, 
                       provide certain 
                       authority for the 
                       Special Counsel, and 
                       for other purposes.
  
  115     S. 898     A bill to amend the       May 25, 2005.--Mr. Enzi, 
      Mrs. Hutchison   Public Health Service     Committee on Health, 
        and others     Act to authorize a        Education, Labor, and 
                       demonstration grant       Pensions, with an 
                       program to provide        amendment in the nature 
                       patient navigator         of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       services to reduce        73.)
                       barriers and improve 
                       health care outcomes, 
                       and for other purposes.
  
  116     S. 606     A bill to amend the Clean May 26, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. Thune and    Air Act to eliminate      Inhofe, Committee on 
          others       methyl tertiary butyl     Environment and Public 
                       ether from the United     Works, with amendments. 
                       States fuel supply, to    (Rept. 74.) (Additional 
                       increase production and   and minority views 
                       use of renewable fuel,    filed.)
                       and to increase the 
                       Nation's energy 
                       independence, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  118     S. 1127    A bill to require the     May 26, 2005.--Read the 
      Ms. Snowe and    Secretary of Defense to   second time and placed 
          others       submit to Congress all    on the calendar.
                       documentation related 
                       to the Secretary's 
                       recommendations for the 
                       2005 round of defense 
                       base closure and 
                       realignment.
  
  121      S. 10     A bill to enhance the     June 9, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Domenici    energy security of the    Domenici, Committee on 
                       United States, and for    Energy and Natural 
                       other purposes.           Resources, without 
                                                 amendment. (An original 
                                                 bill.) (Rept. 78.) 
                                                 (Additional views 
                                                 filed.)
  

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  127     S. 1230    A bill to amend the       June 14, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Grassley    Internal Revenue Code     Grassley, Committee on 
                       of 1986 to provide for    Finance, without 
                       the extension of the      amendment. (An original 
                       Highway Trust Fund and    bill.) (Rept. 82.)
                       the Aquatic Resources 
                       Trust Fund expenditure 
                       authority and related 
                       taxes and to provide 
                       for excise tax reform 
                       and simplification, and 
                       for other purposes.
  
  128     S. 491     A bill to amend the       June 16, 2005.--Mr. 
         Messrs.       Omnibus Crime Control     Specter, Committee on 
         Specter,      and Safe Streets Act of   the Judiciary, without 
      Santorum, and    1968 to expand the        amendment. (No written 
          Leahy.       definition of             report.)
                       firefighter to include 
                       apprentices and 
                       trainees, regardless of 
                       age or duty 
                       limitations.
  
  132     S. 1266    A bill to permanently     June 16, 2005.--Mr. 
        Mr. Roberts    authorize certain         Roberts, Select 
                       provisions of the         Committee on 
                       Uniting and               Intelligence, without 
                       Strengthening America     amendment. (An original 
                       by Providing              bill.) (Rept. 85.) 
                       Appropriate Tools         (Additional and 
                       Required to Intercept     minority views filed.)
                       and Obstruct Terrorism 
                       (USA PATRIOT) Act of 
                       2001, to reauthorize a 
                       provision of the 
                       Intelligence Reform and 
                       Terrorism Prevention 
                       Act of 2004, to clarify 
                       certain definitions in 
                       the Foreign 
                       Intelligence 
                       Surveillance Act of 
                       1978, to provide 
                       additional 
                       investigative tools 
                       necessary to protect 
                       the national security, 
                       and for other purposes.
  
  133    H.R. 2745   An act to reform the      June 21, 2005.--Read the 
                       United Nations, and for   second time and placed 
                       other purposes.           on the calendar. (See 
                                                 also Order No. 165.)
  
  144     S. 590     A bill to designate the   June 29, 2005.--Committee 
      Messrs. Ensign   facility of the United    on Homeland Security 
         and Reid      States Postal Service     and Governmental 
                       located at 750 4th        Affairs discharged; 
                       Street in Sparks,         ordered placed on the 
                       Nevada, as the ``Mayor    calendar.
                       Tony Armstrong Memorial 
                       Post Office''.
  

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  145     S. 867     A bill to designate the   June 29, 2005.--Committee 
      Mrs. Feinstein   facility of the United    on Homeland Security 
                       States Postal Service     and Governmental 
                       located at 8200 South     Affairs discharged; 
                       Vermont Avenue in Los     ordered placed on the 
                       Angeles, California, as   calendar.
                       the ``Sergeant First 
                       Class John Marshall 
                       Post Office Building''.
  
  146     S. 892     A bill to designate the   June 29, 2005.--Committee 
      Mr. Nelson of    facility of the United    on Homeland Security 
          Florida      States Postal Service     and Governmental 
                       located at 321            Affairs discharged; 
                       Montgomery Road in        ordered placed on the 
                       Altamonte Springs,        calendar.
                       Florida, as the 
                       ``Arthur Stacey 
                       Mastrapa Post Office 
                       Building''.
  
  147     S. 1206    A bill to designate the   June 29, 2005.--Committee 
          Mmes.        facility of the United    on Homeland Security 
      Feinstein and    States Postal Service     and Governmental 
           Boxer       located at 4960 West      Affairs discharged; 
                       Washington Boulevard in   ordered placed on the 
                       Los Angeles,              calendar.
                       California, as the 
                       ``Ray Charles Post 
                       Office Building''.
  
  148     S. 1207    A bill to designate the   June 29, 2005.--Committee 
          Mmes.        facility of the United    on Homeland Security 
      Feinstein and    States Postal Service     and Governmental 
           Boxer       located at 30777 Rancho   Affairs discharged; 
                       California Road in        ordered placed on the 
                       Temecula, California,     calendar.
                       as the ``Dalip Singh 
                       Saund Post Office 
                       Building''.
  
  151     S. 1332    A bill to prevent and     July 1, 2005.--Read the 
         Messrs.       mitigate identity         second time and placed 
       Specter and     theft; to ensure          on the calendar.
           Leahy       privacy; and to enhance 
                       criminal penalties, law 
                       enforcement assistance, 
                       and other protections 
                       against security 
                       breaches, fraudulent 
                       access, and misuse of 
                       personally identifiable 
                       information.
  
  152     S. 864     A bill to amend the       July 1, 2005.--Mr. 
      Messrs. Inhofe   Atomic Energy Act of      Inhofe, Committee on 
       and Voinovich   1954 to modify            Environment and Public 
                       provisions relating to    Works, with an 
                       nuclear safety and        amendment in the nature 
                       security, and for other   of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       purposes.                 98.)
  

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  153     S. 865     A bill to amend the       July 1, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Voinovich   Atomic Energy Act of      Inhofe, Committee on 
                       1954 to reauthorize the   Environment and Public 
                       Price-Anderson            Works, with an 
                       provisions.               amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 99.)
  
  154     S. 858     A bill to reauthorize     July 1, 2005.--Mr. 
         Messrs.       Nuclear Regulatory        Inhofe, Committee on 
      Voinovich and    Commission user fees,     Environment and Public 
          Inhofe       and for other purposes.   Works, with an 
                                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 100.)
  
  155    H.R. 366    An act to amend the Carl  July 1, 2005.--Placed on 
                       D. Perkins Vocational     the calendar.
                       and Technical Education 
                       Act of 1998 to 
                       strengthen and improve 
                       programs under that 
                       Act.
  
  156     S. 1317    A bill to provide for the July 11, 2005.--Mr. Enzi, 
      Mr. Hatch and    collection and            Committee on Health, 
          others       maintenance of cord       Education, Labor, and 
                       blood units for the       Pensions, with an 
                       treatment of patients     amendment in the nature 
                       and research, and to      of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       amend the Public Health   129.)
                       Service Act to 
                       authorize the Bone 
                       Marrow and Cord Blood 
                       Cell Transportation 
                       Program to increase the 
                       number of transplants 
                       for recipients suitably 
                       matched to donors of 
                       bone marrow and cord 
                       blood.
  
  157    H.R. 748    An act to amend title 18, July 11, 2005.--Read the 
                       United States Code, to    second time and placed 
                       prevent the               on the calendar.
                       transportation of 
                       minors in circumvention 
                       of certain laws 
                       relating to abortion, 
                       and for other purposes.
  
  158  S.J. Res. 18  Joint resolution          July 12, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. McConnell    approving the renewal     Grassley, Committee on 
        and others     of import restrictions    Finance, without 
                       contained in the          amendment. (Rept. 101.)
                       Burmese Freedom and 
                       Democracy Act of 2003.
  

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  159     S. 1374    A bill to amend the       July 12, 2005.--Read the 
      Messrs. McCain   Homeland Security Act     second time and placed 
        and Dorgan     of 2002 to provide for    on the calendar.
                       a border preparedness 
                       pilot program on Indian 
                       land.
  
  161     S. 364     A bill to establish a     July 13, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. Inouye and   program within the        Stevens, Committee on 
          others       National Oceanic and      Commerce, Science, and 
                       Atmospheric               Transportation, with 
                       Administration to         amendments. (Rept. 
                       integrate Federal         102.)
                       coastal and ocean 
                       mapping activities.
  
  164     S. 662     A bill to reform the      July 14, 2005.--Mr. 
       Ms. Collins     postal laws of the        Collins, Committee on 
        and others     United States.            Homeland Security and 
                                                 Governmental Affairs, 
                                                 with an amendment in 
                                                 the nature of a 
                                                 substitute. (No written 
                                                 report.)
  
  165     S. 1394    A bill to reform the      July 14, 2005.--Read the 
      Mr. Smith and    United Nations, and for   second time and placed 
          others       other purposes.           on the calendar. (See 
                                                 also Order No. 133.)
  
  170     S. 1446    A bill making             July 21, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Brownback   appropriations for the    Brownback, Committee on 
                       government of the         Appropriations, without 
                       District of Columbia      amendment. (An original 
                       and other activities      bill.) (Rept. 106.)
                       chargeable in whole or 
                       in part against the 
                       revenues of said 
                       District for the fiscal 
                       year ending September 
                       30, 2006, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  171     S. 1389    A bill to authorize and   July 22, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Specter     improve the USA PATRIOT   Specter, Committee on 
        and others     Act.                      the Judiciary, with an 
                                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (No 
                                                 written report.)
  
  172    H.R. 2601   An act to authorize       July 22, 2005.--Placed on 
                       appropriations for the    the calendar. (See also 
                       Department of State for   Order No. 48.)
                       fiscal years 2006 and 
                       2007, and for other 
                       purposes.
  

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  173     S. 1420    A bill to amend the       July 25, 2005.--Mr. Enzi, 
       Mr. Enzi and    Federal Food, Drug, and   Committee on Health, 
          others       Cosmetic Act with         Education, Labor, and 
                       respect to medical        Pensions, with an 
                       device user fees.         amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 107.) (Additional views 
                                                 filed.)
  
  179    H.R. 1797   An act to provide for     July 27, 2005.--Read the 
                       equitable compensation    second time and placed 
                       to the Spokane Tribe of   on the calendar. (See 
                       Indians of the Spokane    also Order No. 317.)
                       Reservation for the use 
                       of tribal land for the 
                       production of 
                       hydropower by the Grand 
                       Coulee Dam, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  183  S.J. Res. 15  Joint resolution to       July 29, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. Brownback    acknowledge a long        McCain, Committee on 
        and others     history of official       Indian Affairs, without 
                       depredations and ill-     amendment, and with a 
                       conceived policies by     preamble. (Rept. 113.)
                       the United States 
                       Government regarding 
                       Indian tribes and offer 
                       an apology to all 
                       Native Peoples on 
                       behalf of the United 
                       States.
  
  184     S. 103     A bill to respond to the  July 28, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. Talent and   illegal production,       Specter, Committee on 
          others       distribution, and use     the Judiciary, with an 
                       of methamphetamine in     amendment in the nature 
                       the United States, and    of a substitute. (No 
                       for other purposes.       written report.)
  
  185     S. 1280    A bill to authorize       July 28, 2005.--Mr. 
      Ms. Snowe and    appropriations for        Stevens, Committee on 
          others       fiscal years 2006 and     Commerce, Science, and 
                       2007 for the United       Transportation, with 
                       States Coast Guard, and   amendments. (Rept. 
                       for other purposes.       114.)
  
  186     S. 1291    A bill to provide for the July 29, 2005.--Mr. 
        Mr. McCain     acquisition of            McCain, Committee on 
                       subsurface mineral        Indian Affairs, without 
                       interests in land owned   amendment. (Rept. 116.) 
                       by the Pascua Yaqui       (See also Order No. 
                       Tribe and land held in    608.)
                       trust for the Tribe.
  
  187     S. 518     A bill to provide for the July 29, 2005.--Mr. Enzi, 
       Mr. Sessions    establishment of a        Committee on Health, 
        and others     controlled substance      Education, Labor, and 
                       monitoring program in     Pensions, with an 
                       each State.               amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 117.)
  

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  191     S. 1566    A bill to reauthorize the July 29, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Chambliss   Commodity Exchange Act,   Chambliss, Committee on 
                       and for other purposes.   Agriculture, Nutrition, 
                                                 and Forestry, without 
                                                 amendment. (An original 
                                                 bill.) (Rept. 119.) 
                                                 (See also Order No. 
                                                 358.)
  
  192     S. 1567    A bill to reauthorize and July 29, 2005.--Mr. 
        Mr. Stevens    improve surface           Stevens, Committee on 
                       transportation safety     Commerce, Science, and 
                       programs, and for other   Transportation, without 
                       purposes.                 amendment. (An original 
                                                 bill.) (Rept. 120.)
  
  198    H.R. 1428   An act to authorize       Aug. 31, 2005.--Mr. 
                       appropriations for the    Inhofe, Committee on 
                       National Fish and         Environment and Public 
                       Wildlife Foundation,      Works, without 
                       and for other purposes.   amendment. (Rept. 127.) 
                                                 (Additional views 
                                                 filed.)
  
  199     S. 525     A bill to amend the Child Aug. 31, 2005.--Mr. Enzi, 
      Mr. Alexander    Care and Development      Committee on Health, 
        and others     Block Grant Act of 1990   Education, Labor, and 
                       to reauthorize the Act,   Pensions, with an 
                       to improve early          amendment in the nature 
                       learning opportunities    of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       and promote school        130.)
                       preparedness, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  200     S. 1107    A bill to reauthorize the Aug. 31, 2005.--Mr. Enzi, 
       Mr. Enzi and    Head Start Act, and for   Committee on Health, 
          others       other purposes.           Education, Labor, and 
                                                 Pensions, with an 
                                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 131.) (See also Order 
                                                 No. 258.)
  
  201     S. 1410    A bill to reauthorize the Sept. 6, 2005.--Mr. 
        Mr. Chafee     Neotropical Migratory     Inhofe, Committee on 
                       Bird Conservation Act,    Environment and Public 
                       and for other purposes.   Works, without 
                                                 amendment. (Rept. 132.) 
                                                 (See also Order No. 
                                                 433.)
  
  202     S. 1265    A bill to make grants and Sept. 7, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. Voinovich    loans available to        Inhofe, Committee on 
        and others     States and other          Environment and Public 
                       organizations to          Works, with an 
                       strengthen the economy,   amendment in the nature 
                       public health, and        of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       environment of the        133.)
                       United States by 
                       reducing emissions from 
                       diesel engines.
  

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  203     S. 1021    A bill to reauthorize the Sept. 7, 2005.--Mr. Enzi, 
         Mr. Enzi      Workforce Investment      Committee on Health, 
                       Act of 1998, and for      Education, Labor, and 
                       other purposes.           Pensions, with an 
                                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 134.) (Additional views 
                                                 filed.)
  
  204     S. 113     A bill to modify the date Sept. 12, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mrs. Feinstein   as of which certain       McCain, Committee on 
                       tribal land of the        Indian Affairs, without 
                       Lytton Rancheria of       amendment. (Rept. 136.)
                       California is deemed to 
                       be held in trust.
  
  206     S. 1681    A bill to provide for     Sept. 13, 2005.--Read the 
      Mrs. Hutchison   reimbursement of          second time and placed 
      and Mr. Cornyn   communities for           on the calendar.
                       purchases of supplies 
                       distributed to Katrina 
                       Survivors.
  
  207     S. 1682    A bill to provide for     Sept. 13, 2005.--Read the 
      Mrs. Hutchison   reimbursement for         second time and placed 
      and Mr. Cornyn   business revenue lost     on the calendar.
                       as a result of a 
                       facility being used as 
                       an emergency shelter 
                       for Katrina Survivors.
  
  208     S. 1683    A bill to provide relief  Sept. 13, 2005.--Read the 
      Mrs. Hutchison   for students affected     second time and placed 
      and Mr. Cornyn   by Hurricane Katrina.     on the calendar.
  
  209     S. 1684    A bill to clarify which   Sept. 13, 2005.--Read the 
      Mrs. Hutchison   expenses relating to      second time and placed 
      and Mr. Cornyn   emergency shelters for    on the calendar.
                       Katrina Survivors are 
                       eligible for Federal 
                       reimbursement.
  
  210     S. 1688    A bill to provide 100     Sept. 13, 2005.--Read the 
      Mrs. Hutchison   percent Federal           second time and placed 
                       financial assistance      on the calendar.
                       under the Medicaid and 
                       State children's health 
                       insurance programs for 
                       States providing 
                       medical or child health 
                       assistance to survivors 
                       of Hurricane Katrina, 
                       to provide for an 
                       accommodation of the 
                       special needs of such 
                       survivors under the 
                       medicare program, and 
                       for other purposes.
  

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  211     S. 360     A bill to amend the       Sept. 15, 2005.--Mr. 
      Ms. Snowe and    Coastal Zone Management   Stevens, Committee on 
         Mr. Kerry     Act.                      Commerce, Science, and 
                                                 Transportation, with an 
                                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 137.)
  
  212     S. 1696    A bill to provide tax     Sept. 15, 2005.--
       Mr. Grassley    relief for the victims    Committee on Finance 
        and others     of Hurricane Katrina,     discharged; amended and 
                       to provide incentives     ordered placed on the 
                       for charitable giving,    calendar.
                       and for other purposes.
  
  213     S. 1715    A bill to provide relief  Sept. 19, 2005.--Read the 
       Messrs. Enzi    for students and          second time and placed 
        and Kennedy    institutions affected     on the calendar.
                       by Hurricane Katrina, 
                       and for other purposes.
  
  214     S. 1716    A bill to provide         Sept. 19, 2005.--Read the 
         Messrs.       emergency healthcare      second time and placed 
       Grassley and    relief for the            on the calendar.
          Baucus       survivors of Hurricane 
                       Katrina, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  215     S. 1718    A bill to provide special Sept. 20, 2005.--Read the 
       Messrs. Enzi    rules for disaster        second time and placed 
        and Kennedy    relief employment under   on the calendar.
                       the Workforce 
                       Investment Act of 1998 
                       for individuals 
                       displaced by Hurricane 
                       Katrina.
  
  219     S. 1745    A bill to expand the      Sept. 22, 2005.--Read the 
       Messrs. Enzi    availability of           second time and placed 
        and Kennedy    resources under the       on the calendar.
                       Community Services 
                       Block Grant Act for 
                       individuals affected by 
                       Hurricane Katrina.
  

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  220     S. 1748    A bill to establish a     Sept. 22, 2005.--Read the 
       Mrs. Clinton    congressional             second time and placed 
        and others     commission to examine     on the calendar.
                       the Federal, State, and 
                       local response to the 
                       devastation wrought by 
                       Hurricane Katrina in 
                       the Gulf Region of the 
                       United States 
                       especially in the 
                       States of Louisiana, 
                       Mississippi, Alabama, 
                       and other areas 
                       impacted in the 
                       aftermath and make 
                       immediate corrective 
                       measures to improve 
                       such responses in the 
                       future.
  
  222     S. 1761    A bill to clarify the     Sept. 26, 2005.--Read the 
      Mr. Thune and    liability of government   second time and placed 
          others       contractors assisting     on the calendar.
                       in rescue, recovery, 
                       repair, and 
                       reconstruction work in 
                       the Gulf Coast region 
                       of the United States 
                       affected by Hurricane 
                       Katrina or other major 
                       disasters.
  
  223     S. 1771    A bill to express the     Sept. 27, 2005.--Read the 
       Messrs. Enzi    sense of Congress and     second time and placed 
        and Kennedy    to improve reporting      on the calendar.
                       with respect to the 
                       safety of workers in 
                       the response and 
                       recovery activities 
                       related to Hurricane 
                       Katrina, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  224     S. 572     A bill to amend the       Sept. 27, 2005.--Ms. 
      Messrs. Akaka    Homeland Security Act     Collins, Committee on 
        and Durbin     of 2002 to give           Homeland Security and 
                       additional biosecurity    Governmental Affairs, 
                       responsibilities to the   with an amendment in 
                       Department of Homeland    the nature of a 
                       Security.                 substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 209.)
  
  226     S. 1700    A bill to establish an    Sept. 27, 2005.--Ms. 
      Mr. Coburn and   Office of the Hurricane   Collins, Committee on 
          others       Katrina Recovery Chief    Homeland Security and 
                       Financial Officer, and    Governmental Affairs, 
                       for other purposes.       with an amendment in 
                                                 the nature of a 
                                                 substitute. (No written 
                                                 report.)
  

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  228     S. 1738    A bill to expand the      Sept. 27, 2005.--Ms. 
       Ms. Collins     responsibilities of the   Collins, Committee on 
        and others     Special Inspector         Homeland Security and 
                       General for Iraq          Governmental Affairs, 
                       Reconstruction to         with amendments. (No 
                       provide independent and   written report.)
                       objective audits and 
                       investigations relating 
                       to the Federal programs 
                       for Hurricane Katrina 
                       recovery.
  
  232     S. 1725    A bill to strengthen      Sept. 29, 2005.--Ms. 
      Mr. Lieberman    Federal leadership,       Collins, Committee on 
        and others     provide grants, enhance   Homeland Security and 
                       outreach and guidance,    Governmental Affairs, 
                       and provide other         with amendments. (No 
                       support to State and      written report.)
                       local officials to 
                       enhance emergency 
                       communications 
                       capabilities, to 
                       achieve communications 
                       interoperability, to 
                       foster improved 
                       regional collaboration 
                       and coordination, to 
                       promote more efficient 
                       utilization of funding 
                       devoted to public 
                       safety communications, 
                       to promote research and 
                       development by both the 
                       public and private 
                       sectors for first 
                       responder 
                       communications, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  233     S. 1802    A bill to provide for     Sept. 30, 2005.--Read the 
         Mr. Enzi      appropriate waivers,      second time and placed 
                       suspensions, or           on the calendar.
                       exemptions from 
                       provisions of title I 
                       of the Employee 
                       Retirement Income 
                       Security Act of 1974 
                       with respect to 
                       individual account 
                       plans affected by 
                       Hurricane Katrina or 
                       Rita.
  
  234     S. 1871    A bill to repeal the      Oct. 17, 2005.--Ms. 
        Ms. Collins    increased micropurchase   Collins, Committee on 
                       threshold.                Homeland Security and 
                                                 Governmental Affairs, 
                                                 without amendment. (An 
                                                 original bill.) (No 
                                                 written report.)
  
  235     S. 1516    A bill to reauthorize     Oct. 18, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Lott and    Amtrak, and for other     Stevens, Committee on 
          others       purposes.                 Commerce, Science, and 
                                                 Transportation, with an 
                                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 143.)
  

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  241     S. 955     A bill to direct the      Oct. 19, 2005.--Mr. 
      Messrs. Frist    Secretary of the          Domenici, Committee on 
       and Alexander   Interior to conduct a     Energy and Natural 
                       special resource study    Resources, with an 
                       to determine the          amendment. (Rept. 149.)
                       suitability and 
                       feasibility of 
                       including in the 
                       National Park System 
                       certain sites in 
                       Williamson County, 
                       Tennessee, relating to 
                       the Battle of Franklin.
  
  252     S. 1326    A bill to require         Oct. 20, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Sessions    agencies and persons in   Specter, Committee on 
                       possession of             the Judiciary, without 
                       computerized data         amendment. (No written 
                       containing sensitive      report.)
                       personal information, 
                       to disclose security 
                       breaches where such 
                       breach poses a 
                       significant risk of 
                       identity theft.
  
  253     S. 1904    A bill to provide         Oct. 21, 2005.--Read the 
      Mr. Alexander    elementary and            second time and placed 
        and others     secondary education       on the calendar.
                       assistance to students 
                       and schools impacted by 
                       Hurricane Katrina.
  
  254    H.R. 554    An act to prevent         Oct. 21, 2005.--Read the 
                       legislative and           second time and placed 
                       regulatory functions      on the calendar.
                       from being usurped by 
                       civil liability actions 
                       brought or continued 
                       against food 
                       manufacturers, 
                       marketers, 
                       distributors, 
                       advertisers, sellers, 
                       and trade associations 
                       for claims of injury 
                       relating to a person's 
                       weight gain, obesity, 
                       or any health condition 
                       associated with weight 
                       gain or obesity.
  
  257     S. 1873    A bill to prepare and     Oct. 24, 2005.--Mr. Enzi, 
       Mr. Burr and    stengthen the             Committee on Health, 
          others       biodefenses of the        Education, Labor, and 
                       United States against     Pensions, with an 
                       deliberate, accidental,   amendment in the nature 
                       and natural outbreaks     of a substitute. (No 
                       of illness, and for       written report.)
                       other purposes.
  
  258    H.R. 2123   An act to reauthorize the Oct. 25, 2005.--Placed on 
                       Head Start Act to         the calendar. (See also 
                       improve the school        Order No. 200.)
                       readiness of 
                       disadvantaged children, 
                       and for other purposes.
  

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  276     S. 1953    A bill to amend the       Nov. 2, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Grassley    Internal Revenue Code     Grassley, Committee on 
                       of 1986 and the           Finance, without 
                       Employee Retirement       amendment. (An original 
                       Income Security Act of    bill.) (Rept. 174.)
                       1974 to protect the 
                       retirement security of 
                       American workers by 
                       ensuring that pension 
                       benefits are funded and 
                       that pension assets are 
                       adequately diversified 
                       and by providing 
                       workers with adequate 
                       access to, and 
                       information about, 
                       their pension plans, 
                       and for other purposes.
  
  280     S. 1960    A bill to protect the     Nov. 4, 2005.--Read the 
       Mr. Bunning     health and safety of      second time and placed 
        and others     all athletes, to          on the calendar.
                       promote the integrity 
                       of professional sports 
                       by establishing minimum 
                       standards for the 
                       testing of steroids and 
                       other performance-
                       enhancing substances 
                       and methods by 
                       professional sports 
                       leagues, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  283     S. 1969    A bill to express the     Nov. 8, 2005.--Read the 
        Mr. Baucus     sense of the Senate       second time and placed 
                       regarding Medicaid        on the calendar.
                       reconciliation 
                       legislation to be 
                       reported by a 
                       conference committee 
                       during the 109th 
                       Congress.
  
  291     S. 363     A bill to amend the       Nov. 16, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. Inouye and   Nonindigenous Aquatic     Stevens, Committee on 
          others       Nuisance Prevention and   Commerce, Science, and 
                       Control Act of 1990 to    Transportation, with an 
                       establish vessel          amendment in the nature 
                       ballast water             of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       management                181.)
                       requirements, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  292     S. 2008    A bill to improve cargo   Nov. 16, 2005.--Read the 
       Mrs. Murray     security, and for other   second time and placed 
        and others     purposes.                 on the calendar.
  

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  293     S. 1803    A bill to authorize       Nov. 16, 2005.--Committee 
        Mr. Roberts    appropriations for        on Homeland Security 
                       fiscal year 2006 for      and Governmental 
                       intelligence and          Affairs, discharged 
                       intelligence-related      pursuant to section 
                       activities of the         3(b) of S. Res. 400, 
                       United States             94th Congress, as 
                       Government, the           amended by S. Res. 445, 
                       Intelligence Community    108th Congress; and 
                       Management Account, and   placed on the calendar.
                       the Central             Oct. 27, 2005.--Mr. 
                       Intelligence Agency       Warner, Committee on 
                       Retirement and            Armed Services, with 
                       Disability System, and    amendments. (Rept. 
                       for other purposes.       173.)
                                               Sept. 29, 2005.--Mr. 
                                                 Roberts, Select 
                                                 Committee on 
                                                 Intelligence, without 
                                                 amendment. (An original 
                                                 bill.) (Rept. 142.)
  
  295     S. 2029    A bill to amend and       Nov. 17, 2005.--Mr. 
        Mr. Stevens    enhance certain           Stevens, Committee on 
                       maritime programs of      Commerce, Science, and 
                       the Department of         Transportation, without 
                       Transportation, and for   amendment. (An original 
                       other purposes.           bill.) (Rept. 183.)
  
  296     S. 1354    A bill to establish       Nov. 17, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Feingold    commissions to review     Specter, Committee on 
        and others     the facts and             the Judiciary, without 
                       circumstances             amendment. (No written 
                       surrounding injustices    report.)
                       suffered by European 
                       Americans, European 
                       Latin Americans, and 
                       Jewish refugees during 
                       World War II.
  
  297     S. 1789    A bill to prevent and     Nov. 17, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Specter     mitigate identity         Specter, Committee on 
        and others     theft, to ensure          the Judiciary, with an 
                       privacy, to provide       amendment in the nature 
                       notice of security        of a substitute. (No 
                       breaches, and to          written report.)
                       enhance criminal 
                       penalties, law 
                       enforcement assistance, 
                       and other protections 
                       against security 
                       breaches, fraudulent 
                       access, and misuse of 
                       personally identifiable 
                       information.
  
  299     S. 2032    A bill to authorize the   Nov. 17, 2005.--Mr. 
        Mr. Shelby     Secretary of Homeland     Shelby, Committee on 
                       Security to award         Banking, Housing, and 
                       grants to public          Urban Affairs, without 
                       transportation agencies   amendment. (An original 
                       to improve security,      bill.) (No written 
                       and for other purposes.   report.)
  

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  300     S. 1614    A bill to extend the      Nov. 17, 2005.--Mr. Enzi, 
       Messrs. Enzi    authorization of          Committee on Health 
        and Kennedy    programs under the        Education, Labor, and 
                       Higher Education Act of   Pensions, with an 
                       1965, and for other       amendment in the nature 
                       purposes.                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 218.) (See also Order 
                                                 No. 388.)
  
  301     S. 2006    A bill to provide for     Nov. 17, 2005.--Mr. 
      Messrs. Inhofe   recovery efforts          Inhofe, Committee on 
       and Jeffords    relating to Hurricanes    Environment and Public 
                       Katrina and Rita for      Works, with amendments. 
                       Corps of Engineers        (No written report.)
                       projects.
  
  302     S. 158     A bill to establish the   Dec. 8, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. Lieberman    Long Island Sound         Inhofe, Committee on 
        and others     Stewardship Initiative.   Environment and Public 
                                                 Works, without 
                                                 amendment. (Rept. 185.)
  
  304     S. 1400    A bill to amend the       Dec. 8, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. Chafee and   Federal Water Pollution   Inhofe, Committee on 
          others       Control Act and the       Environment and Public 
                       Safe Drinking Water Act   Works, with an 
                       to improve water and      amendment in the nature 
                       wastewater                of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       infrastructure in the     186.)
                       United States.
  
  306     S. 2027    A bill to implement the   Dec. 8, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Grassley    United States-Bahrain     Grassley, Committee on 
                       Free Trade Agreement.     Finance, without 
                                                 amendment. (Rept. 199.)
  
  315     S. 1760    A bill to authorize early Dec. 8, 2005.--Mr. 
      Messrs. Smith    repayment of              Domenici, Committee on 
         and Wyden     obligations to the        Energy and Natural 
                       Bureau of Reclamation     Resources, without 
                       within Rogue River        amendment. (Rept. 197.)
                       Valley Irrigation 
                       District or within 
                       Medford Irrigation 
                       District.
  
  316     S. 1860    A bill to amend the       Dec. 8, 2005.--Mr. 
       Mr. Domenici    Energy Policy Act of      Domenici, Committee on 
        and others     2005 to improve energy    Energy and Natural 
                       production and reduce     Resources, with an 
                       energy demand through     amendment in the nature 
                       improved use of           of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       reclaimed waters, and     198.)
                       for other purposes.
  

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  317     S. 881     A bill to provide for     Dec. 8, 2005.--Mr. 
       Ms. Cantwell    equitable compensation    McCain, Committee on 
        and others     to the Spokane Tribe of   Indian Affairs, without 
                       Indians of the Spokane    amendment. (Rept. 200.) 
                       Reservation for the use   (See also Order No. 
                       of tribal land for the    179.)
                       production of 
                       hydropower by the Grand 
                       Coulee Dam, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  319     S. 517     A bill to establish the   Dec. 8, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mrs. Hutchison   Weather Modification      Stevens, Committee on 
                       Operations and Research   Commerce, Science, and 
                       Board, and for other      Transportation, with an 
                       purposes.                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute, and an 
                                                 amendment to the title. 
                                                 (Rept. 202.)
  
  320     S. 1408    A bill to strengthen data Dec. 8, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. Smith and    protection and            Stevens, Committee on 
          others       safeguards, require       Commerce, Science, and 
                       data breach               Transportation, with an 
                       notification, and         amendment in the nature 
                       further prevent           of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       identity theft.           203.)
  
  321     S. 1753    A bill to establish a     Dec. 8, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. DeMint and   unified national hazard   Stevens, Committee on 
          others       alert system, and for     Commerce, Science, and 
                       other purposes.           Transportation, with an 
                                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 204.)
  
  323     S. 731     A bill to recruit and     Dec. 12, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. Conrad and   retain more qualified     McCain, Committee on 
          others       individuals to teach in   Indian Affairs, with 
                       Tribal Colleges and       amendments. (Rept. 
                       Universities.             205.)
  
  326    H.R. 4096   An act to amend the       Dec. 13, 2005.--Read the 
                       Internal Revenue Code     second time and placed 
                       of 1986 to extend to      on the calendar.
                       2006 the alternative 
                       minimum tax relief 
                       available in 2005 and 
                       to index such relief 
                       for inflation.
  
  327    H.R. 4388   An act to amend the       Dec. 13, 2005.--Read the 
                       Internal Revenue Code     second time and placed 
                       of 1986 to extend         on the calendar.
                       certain expiring 
                       provisions, and for 
                       other purposes.
  

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  333     S. 2036    A bill to designate the   Dec. 16, 2005.--Ms. 
        Mr. Kennedy    facility of the United    Collins, Committee on 
                       States Postal Service     Homeland Security and 
                       located at 320 High       Governmental Affairs, 
                       Street in Clinton,        without amendment. (No 
                       Massachusetts, as the     written report.)
                       ``Raymond J. Salmon 
                       Post Office''.
  
  351    H.R. 2892   An act to amend section   Dec. 16, 2005.--Read the 
                       255 of the National       second time and place 
                       Housing Act to remove     on the calendar.
                       the limitation on the 
                       number of reverse 
                       mortgages that may be 
                       insured under the FHA 
                       mortgage insurance 
                       program for such 
                       mortgages.
  
  352     S. 967     A bill to amend the       Dec. 20, 2005.--Mr 
      Mr. Lautenberg   Communications Act of     Stevens, Committee on 
        and others     1934 to ensure that       Commerce, Science, and 
                       prepackaged news          Transportation, with an 
                       stories contain           amendment in the nature 
                       announcements that        of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       inform viewers that the   210.)
                       information within was 
                       provided by the United 
                       States Government, and 
                       for other purposes.
  
  353     S. 1063    A bill to promote and     Dec. 20, 2005.--Mr. 
      Mr. Nelson of    enhance public safety     Stevens, Committee on 
       Florida and     and to encourage the      Commerce, Science, and 
          others       rapid deployment of IP-   Transportation, with an 
                       enabled voice services.   amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 211.)
  
  354     S. 2015    A bill to provide a site  Dec. 21, 2005.--Mr. 
        Mr. Isakson    for construction of a     Inhofe, Committee on 
                       national health museum,   Environment and Public 
                       and for other purposes.   Works, without 
                                                 amendment. (Rept. 212.)
  
  356     S. 1708    A bill to modify          Jan. 26, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Inhofe and   requirements relating     Inhofe, Committee on 
          others       to the authority of the   Environment and Public 
                       Administrator of          Works, without 
                       General Services to       amendment. (Rept. 214.)
                       enter into emergency 
                       leases during major 
                       disasters and other 
                       emergencies.
  

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  358    H.R. 4473   An act to reauthorize and Jan. 27, 2006.--Placed on 
                       amend the Commodity       the calendar. (See also 
                       Exchange Act to promote   Order No. 191.)
                       legal certainty, 
                       enhance competition, 
                       and reduce systemic 
                       risk in markets for 
                       futures and over-the-
                       counter derivatives, 
                       and for other purposes.
  
  359     S. 265     A bill to amend the       Feb. 2, 2006.--Committee 
      Mr. Frist and    Public Health Service     on Health, Education, 
          others       Act to add requirements   Labor, and Pensions, 
                       regarding trauma care,    without amendment. 
                       and for other purposes.   (Rept. 215.)
  
  361     S. 2273    A bill to make available  Feb. 13, 2006.--Read the 
      Ms. Snowe and    funds included in the     second time and placed 
          others       Deficit Reduction Act     on the calendar.
                       of 2005 for the Low-
                       Income Home Energy 
                       Assistance Act of 1981 
                       program for fiscal year 
                       2006, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  364     S. 1052    A bill to improve         Feb. 27, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Stevens     transportation            Stevens, Committee on 
        and others     security, and for other   Commerce, Science, and 
                       purposes.                 Transportation, with an 
                                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 216.)
  
  368     S. 2178    A bill to make the        Mar. 2, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Schumer     stealing and selling of   Specter, Committee on 
        and others     telephone records a       the Judiciary, without 
                       criminal offense.         amendment. (No written 
                                                 report.)
  
  369     S. 2128    A bill to provide greater Mar. 3, 2006.--Ms. 
      Mr. McCain and   transparency with         Collins, Committee on 
          others       respect to lobbing        Homeland Security and 
                       activities, and for       Governmental Affairs, 
                       other purposes.           with an amendment in 
                                                 the nature of a 
                                                 substitute. (No written 
                                                 report.)
  
  373     S. 1110    A bill to amend the       Mar. 14, 2006.--Mr. 
      Messrs. Allen,   Federal Hazardous         Stevens, Committee on 
        Pryor, and     Substances Act to         Commerce, Science, and 
         Santorum      require engine coolant    Transportation, with 
                       and antifreeze to         amendments. (Rept. 
                       contain a bittering       220.) (Minority views 
                       agent in order to         filed.)
                       render the coolant or 
                       antifreeze unpalatable.
  

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  375     S. 1057    A bill to amend the       Mar. 16, 2006.--Mr. 
      Messrs. McCain   Indian Health Care        McCain, Committee on 
        and Dorgan     Improvement Act to        Indian Affairs, with an 
                       revise and extend that    amendment in the nature 
                       Act.                      of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 222.)
  
  376     S. 2454    A bill to amend the       Mar. 16, 2006.--Read 
                       Immigration and           twice and ordered 
                       Nationality Act to        placed on the calendar.
                       provide for 
                       comprehensive reform 
                       and for other purposes.
  
  377     S. 1102    A bill to extend the      Mar. 27, 2006.--Mr. 
         Messrs.       aviation war risk         Stevens, Committee on 
       Rockefeller     insurance program for 3   Commerce, Science, and 
         and Burns     years.                    Transportation, without 
                                                 amendment. (Rept. 223.)
  
  378     S. 1215    A bill to authorize the   Mar. 27, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Gregg and    acquisition of            Stevens, Committee on 
          others       interests in              Commerce, Science, and 
                       undeveloped coastal       Transportation, with an 
                       areas in order better     amendment in the nature 
                       to ensure their           of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       protection from           224.)
                       development.
  
  381     S. 2467    A bill to enhance and     Mar. 29, 2006.--Read the 
       Mr. Grassley    improve the trade         second time and placed 
        and others     relations of the United   on the calendar.
                       States by strengthening 
                       United States trade 
                       enforcement efforts and 
                       encouraging United 
                       States trading partners 
                       to adhere to the rules 
                       and norms of 
                       international trade, 
                       and for other purposes.
  
  382      S. 65     A bill to amend the age   Mar. 30, 2006.--Mr. 
         Messrs.       restrictions for          Stevens, Committee on 
         Inhofe,       pilots.                   Commerce, Science, and 
       Stevens, and                              Transportation, with an 
           Burns                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 225.) (Additional views 
                                                 filed.)
  
  383     S. 829     A bill to allow media     Mar. 30, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Grassley    coverage of court         Specter, Committee on 
        and others     proceedings.              the Judiciary, without 
                                                 amendment. (No written 
                                                 report.)
  

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  384     S. 1768    A bill to permit the      Mar. 30, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Specter     televising of Supreme     Specter, Committee on 
        and others     Court proceedings.        the Judiciary, without 
                                                 amendment. (No written 
                                                 report.)
  
  385     S. 2489    A bill to implement the   Apr. 3, 2006.--Mr. Lugar, 
         Mr. Lugar     obligations of the        Committee on Foreign 
                       United States under the   Relations, without 
                       Protocol Additional to    amendment. (An original 
                       the Agreement between     bill.) (Rept. 226.)
                       the United States of 
                       America and the 
                       International Atomic 
                       Energy Agency for the 
                       Application of 
                       Safeguards in the 
                       United States on June 
                       12, 1998.
  
  388    H.R. 609    An act to amend and       Apr. 4, 2006.--Placed on 
                       extend the Higher         the calendar. (See also 
                       Education Act of 1965.    Order No. 300.)
  
  390     S. 598     A bill to reauthorize     Apr. 4, 2006.--Committee 
      Messrs. Inouye   provisions in the         on Banking, Housing, 
         and Akaka     Native American Housing   and Urban Affairs 
                       Assistance and Self-      discharged; ordered 
                       Determination Act of      placed on the calendar.
                       1996 relating to Native Mar. 16, 2006.--Mr. 
                       Hawaiian low-income       McCain, Committee on 
                       housing and Federal       Indian Affairs, without 
                       loan guarantees for       amendment. (Rept. 221.)
                       Native Hawaiian 
                       housing.
  
  392    H.R. 513    An act to amend the       Apr. 6, 2006.--Placed on 
                       Federal Election          the calendar. (See also 
                       Campaign Act of 1971 to   Order No. 107.)
                       clarify when 
                       organizations described 
                       in section 527 of the 
                       Internal Revenue Code 
                       of 1986 must register 
                       as political 
                       committees, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  401     S. 1970    A bill to amend the       Apr. 20, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Coburn and   National Trails System    Domenici, Committee on 
          others       Act to update the         Energy and Natural 
                       feasibility and           Resources, with an 
                       suitability study         amendment in the nature 
                       originally prepared for   of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       the Trail of Tears        239.)
                       National Historic Trail 
                       and provide for the 
                       inclusion of new trail 
                       segments, land 
                       components, and 
                       campgrounds associated 
                       with that trail, and 
                       for other purposes.
  

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  402     S. 2253    A bill to require the     Apr. 20, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Domenici    Secretary of the          Domenici, Committee on 
        and others     Interior to offer the     Energy and Natural 
                       181 Area of the Gulf of   Resources, without 
                       Mexico for oil and gas    amendment. (Rept. 240.)
                       leasing.
  
  411     S. 2197    A bill to improve the     Apr. 24, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Domenici    global competitiveness    Domenici, Committee on 
        and others     of the United States in   Energy and Natural 
                       science and energy        Resources, with an 
                       technology, to            amendment in the nature 
                       stengthen basic           of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       research programs at      249.)
                       the Department of 
                       Energy, and to provide 
                       support for mathematics 
                       and science education 
                       at all levels through 
                       the resources available 
                       through the Department 
                       of Energy, including at 
                       the National 
                       Laboratories.
  
  413     S. 2603    A bill to reduce          Apr. 24, 2006.--Read the 
      Messrs. Thomas   temporarily the royalty   second time and placed 
         and Enzi      required to be paid for   on the calendar.
                       sodium produced on 
                       Federal lands, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  415     S. 2292    A bill to provide relief  Apr. 27, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Specter     for the Federal           Specter, Committee on 
        and others     judiciary from            the Judiciary, without 
                       excessive rent charges.   amendment. (No written 
                                                 report.)
  
  416     S. 2557    A bill to improve         Apr. 27, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Specter     competition in the oil    Specter, Committee on 
        and others     and gas industry, to      the Judiciary, without 
                       strengthen antitrust      amendment. (No written 
                       enforcement with regard   report.)
                       to industry mergers, 
                       and for other purposes.
  
  417     S. 1955    A bill to amend title I   Apr. 27, 2006.--Mr. Enzi, 
       Mr. Enzi and    of the Employee           Committee on Health, 
          others       Retirement Security Act   Education, Labor, and 
                       of 1974 and the Public    Pensions, with an 
                       Health Service Act to     amendment in the nature 
                       expand health care        of a substitute. (No 
                       access and reduce costs   written report.)
                       through the creation of 
                       small business health 
                       plans and through 
                       modernization of the 
                       health insurance 
                       marketplace.
  

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  418    H.R. 5020   An act to authorize       May 1, 2006.--Read the 
                       appropriations for        second time and placed 
                       fiscal year 2007 for      on the calendar.
                       intelligence and 
                       intelligence-related 
                       activities of the 
                       United States 
                       Government, the 
                       Community Management 
                       Account, and the 
                       Central Intelligence 
                       Agency Retirement and 
                       Disability System, and 
                       for other purposes.
  
  421     S. 2700    A bill to amend the Clean May 3, 2006.--Read the 
       Messrs. Burr    Air Act to provide for    second time and placed 
         and Allen     a Federal Fuels List,     on the calendar.
                       and for other purposes.
  
  422      S. 22     A bill to improve patient May 4, 2006.--Read the 
      Mr. Ensign and   access to health care     second time and placed 
          others       services and provide      on the calendar.
                       improved medical care 
                       by reducing the 
                       excessive burden the 
                       liability system places 
                       on the health care 
                       delivery system.
  
  423      S. 23     A bill to improve women's May 4, 2006.--Read the 
       Mr. Santorum    access to health care     second time and placed 
        and others     services and provide      on the calendar.
                       improved medical care 
                       by reducing the 
                       excessive burden the 
                       liability system places 
                       on the delivery of 
                       obstetrical and 
                       gynecological services.
  
  424     S. 2459    A bill to improve cargo   May 5, 2006.--Ms. 
       Ms. Collins     security, and for other   Collins, Committee on 
        and others     purposes.                 Homeland Security and 
                                                 Governmental Affairs, 
                                                 with an amendment in 
                                                 the nature of a 
                                                 substitute. (No written 
                                                 report.)
  
  425     S. 2389    A bill to amend the       May 9, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Allen and    Communications Act of     Stevens, Committee on 
          others       1934 to prohibit the      Commerce, Science, and 
                       unlawful acquisition      Transportation, with an 
                       and use of confidential   amendment in the nature 
                       customer proprietary      of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       network information,      253.) (Additional views 
                       and for other purposes.   filed.)
  

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  430     S. 2791    A bill to amend titles 46 May 12, 2006.--Read the 
       Mr. Stevens     and 49, United States     second time and placed 
        and others     Code, to provide          on the calendar.
                       improved maritime, 
                       rail, and public 
                       transportation 
                       security, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  433    H.R. 518    An act to require the     May 17, 2006.--Placed on 
                       Secretary of the          the calendar. (See also 
                       Interior to refine the    Order No. 201.)
                       Department of the 
                       Interior program for 
                       providing assistance 
                       for the conservation of 
                       neotropical migratory 
                       birds.
  
  434     S. 2810    A bill to amend title     May 17, 2006.--Read the 
       Mr. Grassley    XVIII of the Social       second time and placed 
        and others     Security Act to           on the calendar.
                       eliminate months in 
                       2006 from the 
                       calculation of any late 
                       enrollment penalty 
                       under the Medicare part 
                       D prescription drug 
                       program and to provide 
                       for additional funding 
                       for State health 
                       insurance counseling 
                       programs and area 
                       agencies on aging, and 
                       for other purposes.
  
  435   S.J. Res. 1  Joint resolution          May 18, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Allard and   proposing an amendment    Specter, Committee on 
          others       to the Constitution of    the Judiciary, without 
                       the United States         amendment. (No written 
                       relating to marriage.     report.)
  
  450     S. 2127    A bill to redesignate the May 25, 2006.--Mr. 
      Messrs. Allen    Mason Neck National       Inhofe, Committee on 
        and Warner     Wildlife Refuge in the    Environment and Public 
                       State of Virginia as      Works, without 
                       the ``Elizabeth           amendment. (Rept. 258.)
                       Hartwell Mason Neck 
                       National Wildlife 
                       Refuge''.
  
  451     S. 2039    A bill to provide for     May 25, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Durbin and   loan repayment for        Specter, Committee on 
          others       prosecutors and public    the Judiciary, without 
                       defenders.                amendment. (No written 
                                                 report.)
  
  452     S. 2560    A bill to reauthorize the May 25, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Specter     Office of National Drug   Specter, Committee on 
        and others     Control Policy.           the Judiciary, with an 
                                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (No 
                                                 written report.)
  

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  453     S. 559     A bill to make the        May 25, 2006.--Mr. Lugar, 
      Messrs. Biden    protection of             Committee on Foreign 
         and Lugar     vulnerable populations,   Relations, with 
                       especially women and      amendments. (No written 
                       children, who are         report.)
                       affected by a 
                       humanitarian emergency 
                       a priority of the 
                       United States 
                       Government, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  456     S. 2566    A bill to provide for     May 25, 2006.--Mr. Lugar, 
      Messrs. Lugar    coordination of           Committee on Foreign 
         and Obama     proliferation             Relations, with an 
                       interdiction activities   amendment in the nature 
                       and conventional arms     of a substitute. (No 
                       disarmament, and for      written report.)
                       other purposes.
  
  458   S. Res. 312  Resolution expressing the May 25, 2006.--Mr. Lugar, 
      Messrs. Lugar    sense of the Senate       Committee on Foreign 
         and Biden     regarding the need for    Relations, without 
                       the United States to      amendment, and an 
                       address global climate    amendment to the 
                       change through the        preamble. (No written 
                       negotiation of fair and   report.)
                       effective international 
                       commitments.
  
  459     S. 3064    A bill to express the     May 26, 2006.--Read the 
         Mr. Akaka     policy of the United      second time and placed 
                       States regarding the      on the calendar.
                       United States 
                       relationship with 
                       Native Hawaiians and to 
                       provide a process for 
                       the recognition by the 
                       United States of the 
                       Native Hawaiian 
                       governing entity.
  
  460     S. 3274    A bill to create a fair   June 5, 2006.--Read the 
         Messrs.       and efficient system to   second time and placed 
       Specter and     resolve claims of         on the calendar.
           Leahy       victims for bodily 
                       injury caused by 
                       asbestos exposure, and 
                       for other purposes.
  
  461    H.R. 5253   An act to prohibit price  June 5, 2006.--Read the 
                       gouging in the sale of    second time and placed 
                       gasoline, diesel fuel,    on the calendar.
                       crude oil, and home 
                       heating oil, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  462    H.R. 5311   An act to establish the   June 5, 2006.--Read the 
                       Upper Housatonic Valley   second time and placed 
                       National Heritage Area.   on the calendar.
  

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  464    H.R. 5429   An act to direct the      June 5, 2006.--Read the 
                       Secretary of the          second time and placed 
                       Interior to establish     on the calendar.
                       and implement a 
                       competitive oil and gas 
                       leasing program that 
                       will result in an 
                       environmentally sound 
                       program for the 
                       exploration, 
                       development, and 
                       production of the oil 
                       and gas resources of 
                       the Coastal Plain of 
                       Alaska, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  466     S. 2078    A bill to amend the       June 6, 2006.--Mr. 
        Mr. McCain     Indian Gaming             McCain, Committee on 
                       Regulatory Act to         Indian Affairs, with an 
                       clarify the authority     amendment in the nature 
                       of the National Indian    of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       Gaming Commission to      261.)
                       regulate class III 
                       gaming, to limit the 
                       lands eligible for 
                       gaming, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  467     S. 687     A bill to regulate the    June 12, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Burns and    unauthorized              Stevens, Committee on 
          others       installation of           Commerce, Science and 
                       computer software, to     Transportation, with an 
                       require clear             amendment in the nature 
                       disclosure to computer    of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       users of certain          262.)
                       computer software 
                       features that may pose 
                       a threat to user 
                       privacy, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  468    H.R. 3967   An act to authorize the   June 13, 2006.--Placed on 
                       Secretary of the          the calendar.
                       Interior to reallocate 
                       costs of the Pactola 
                       Dam and Reservoir, 
                       South Dakota, to 
                       reflect increased 
                       demands for municipal, 
                       industrial, and fish 
                       and wildlife purposes.
  
  469     S. 3524    A bill to amend titles    June 15, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Grassley    XVIII, XIX, and XXI of    Grassley, Committee on 
                       the Social Security Act   Finance, without 
                       to improve health care    amendment. (An original 
                       provided to Indians       bill.) (Rept. 278.)
                       under the Medicare, 
                       Medicaid, and State 
                       Children's Health 
                       Insurance Programs, and 
                       for other purposes.
  

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  476     S. 3237    A bill to authorize       June 21, 2006.--Mr. 
        Mr. Roberts    appropriations for        Warner, Committee on 
                       fiscal year 2007 for      Armed Services, without 
                       the intelligence and      amendment. (Rept. 265.)
                       intelligence-related    May 25, 2006.--Mr. 
                       activities of the         Roberts, Select 
                       United States             Committee on 
                       Government, the           Intelligence, without 
                       Intelligence Community    amendment. (An original 
                       Management Account, and   bill.) (Rept. 259.)
                       the Central 
                       Intelligence Agency 
                       Retirement and 
                       Disability System, and 
                       for other purposes.
  
  477    H.R. 5384   An act making             June 22, 2006.--Mr. 
                       appropriations for        Bennett, Committee on 
                       Agriculture, Rural        Appropriations, with an 
                       Development, Food and     amendment in the nature 
                       Drug Administration,      of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       and Related Agencies      266.)
                       programs for the fiscal 
                       year ending September 
                       30, 2007, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  478    H.R. 5521   An act making             June 22, 2006.--Mr. 
                       appropriations for the    Allard, Committee on 
                       Legislative Branch for    Appropriations, with an 
                       the fiscal year ending    amendment in the nature 
                       September 30, 2007, and   of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       for other purposes.       267.)
  
  479     S. 2228    A bill to designate the   June 22, 2006.--Ms. 
       Mrs. Lincoln    facility of the United    Collins, Committee on 
                       States Postal Service     Homeland Security and 
                       located at 2404 Race      Governmental Affairs, 
                       Street, Jonesboro,        without amendment. (No 
                       Arkansas, as the          written report.)
                       ``Hattie W. Caraway 
                       Post Office''.
  
  480     S. 2376    A bill to designate the   June 22, 2006.--Ms. 
       Mrs. Clinton    facility of the United    Collins, Committee on 
         and Mr.       States Postal Service     Homeland Security and 
          Schumer      located at 80 Killian     Governmental Affairs, 
                       Road in Massapequa, New   without amendment. (No 
                       York, as the ``Gerard     written report.)
                       A. Fiorenza Post Office 
                       Building''.
  
  482     S. 2722    A bill to designate the   June 22, 2006.--Ms. 
       Mrs. Clinton    facility of the United    Collins, Committee on 
         and Mr.       States Postal Service     Homeland Security and 
          Schumer      located at 170 East       Governmental Affairs, 
                       Main Street in            without amendment. (No 
                       Patchogue, New York, as   written report.)
                       the ``Lieutenant 
                       Michael P. Murphy Post 
                       Office Building''.
  

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  495     S. 2145    A bill to enhance         June 26, 2006.--Ms. 
       Ms. Collins     security and protect      Collins, Committee on 
        and others     against terrorist         Homeland Security and 
                       attacks at chemical       Governmental Affairs, 
                       facilities.               with an amendment in 
                                                 the nature of a 
                                                 substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 332.)
  
  496    H.R. 5638   An act to amend the       June 26, 2006.--Read the 
                       Internal Revenue Code     second time and placed 
                       of 1986 to increase the   on the calendar.
                       unified credit against 
                       the estate tax to an 
                       exclusion equivalent of 
                       $5,000,000 and to 
                       repeal the sunset 
                       provision for the 
                       estate and generation-
                       skipping taxes, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  498     S. 3589    A bill to amend the       June 28, 2006.--Mr. 
        Mr. Shelby     National Flood            Shelby, Committee on 
                       Insurance Act of 1968,    Banking, Housing, and 
                       to restore the            Urban Affairs, without 
                       financial solvency of     amendment. (An original 
                       the flood insurance       bill.) (Rept. 271.) 
                       fund, and for other       (Additional views 
                       purposes.                 filed.) (See also Order 
                                                 No. 501.)
  
  501    H.R. 4973   An act to restore the     June 28, 2006.--Placed on 
                       financial solvency of     the calendar. (See also 
                       the national flood        Order No. 498.)
                       insurance program, and 
                       for other purposes.
  
  502     S. 2023    A bill to amend the Oil   June 29, 2006.--Mr. 
      Messrs. Inouye   Pollution Act of 1990     Inhofe, Committee on 
         and Thune     to improve that Act,      Environment and Public 
                       and for other purposes.   Works, with an 
                                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 272.)
  
  504    H.R. 5427   An act making             June 29, 2006.--Mr. 
                       appropriations for        Domenici, Committee on 
                       energy and water          Appropriations, with an 
                       development for the       amendment in the nature 
                       fiscal year ending        of a substitute, and an 
                       September 30, 2007, and   amendment to the title. 
                       for other purposes.       (Rept. 274.)
  

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  505  S. Con. Res.  Concurrent resolution     June 29, 2006.--Mr. 
            105        commending the            Lugar, Committee on 
         Messrs.       Government of Canada      Foreign Relations, 
       Coleman and     for its renewed           without amendment, and 
           Lugar       commitment to the         with a preamble. (No 
                       Global War on Terror in   written report.) (See 
                       Afghanistan.              also Order No. 508.)
  
  506   S. Res. 460  Resolution expressing the June 29, 2006.--Mr. 
         Messrs.       sense of the Senate       Lugar, Committee on 
         Coleman,      that the United States    Foreign Relations, 
      Feingold, and    should increase its       without amendment, and 
          Dayton       support to the people     with a preamble. (No 
                       of Somalia in their       written report.)
                       efforts to end decades 
                       of violence, establish 
                       lasting peace, form a 
                       democratically elected 
                       and stable central 
                       government, and become 
                       an effective partner in 
                       eradicating radicalism 
                       and terrorism from 
                       their country and the 
                       region.
  
  507    H.R. 5386   Making appropriations for June 29, 2006.--Mr. 
                       the Department of the     Burns, Committee on 
                       Interior, environment,    Appropriations, with an 
                       and related agencies      amendment in the nature 
                       for the fiscal year       of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       ending September 30,      275.)
                       2007, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  508  H. Con. Res.  Concurrent resolution     June 29, 2006.--Placed on 
            408        commending the            the calendar. (See also 
                       Government of Canada      Order No. 505.)
                       for its renewed 
                       commitment to the 
                       Global War on Terror in 
                       Afghanistan.
  
  509     S. 1554    A bill to establish an    June 29, 2006.--Ms. 
       Ms. Collins     intergovernmental grant   Collins, Committee on 
         and Mr.       program to identify and   Homeland Security and 
         Lieberman     develop homeland          Governmental Affairs, 
                       security information,     with an amendment in 
                       equipment,                the nature of a 
                       capabilities,             substitute, and an 
                       technologies, and         amendment to the title. 
                       services to further the   (No written report.)
                       homeland security of 
                       the United States and 
                       to address the homeland 
                       security needs of 
                       Federal, State, and 
                       local governments.
  

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  510     S. 3590    A bill to amend title XIX June 29, 2006.--Read the 
      Mr. Akaka and    of the Social Security    second time and placed 
          others       Act to delay the          on the calendar.
                       effective date of the 
                       amendments made by the 
                       Deficit Reduction Act 
                       of 2005 requiring 
                       documentation 
                       evidencing citizenship 
                       or nationality as a 
                       condition for receipt 
                       of medical assistance 
                       under the Medicaid 
                       program.
  
  512    H.R. 5522   An act making             July 10, 2006.--Mr. 
                       appropriations for        McConnell, Committee on 
                       foreign operations,       Appropriations, with an 
                       export financing, and     amendment in the nature 
                       related programs for      of a substitute, and an 
                       the fiscal year ending    amendment to the title. 
                       September 30, 2007, and   (Rept. 277.)
                       for other purposes.
  
  514     S. 3637    A bill to require the     July 12, 2006.--Read the 
        Mr. Kennedy    submittal to Congress     second time and placed 
                       of any Presidential       on the calendar.
                       Daily Briefing relating 
                       to Iraq during the 
                       period beginning on 
                       January 20, 1997, and 
                       ending on March 19, 
                       2003.
  
  516    H.R. 5672   An act making             July 13, 2006.--Mr. 
                       appropriations for        Shelby, Committee on 
                       Science, the              Appropriations, with an 
                       Departments of State,     amendment in the nature 
                       Justice, and Commerce,    of a substitute, and an 
                       and related agencies      amendment to the title. 
                       for the fiscal year       (Rept. 280.)
                       ending September 30, 
                       2007, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  517     S. 3660    A bill making             July 13, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Brownback   appropriations for the    Brownback, Committee on 
                       government of the         Appropriations, without 
                       District of Columbia      amendment. (An original 
                       and other activities      bill.) (Rept. 281.)
                       chargeable in whole or 
                       in part against the 
                       revenues of said 
                       District for the fiscal 
                       year ending September 
                       30, 2007, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  519    H.R. 4411   An act to prevent the use July 13, 2006.--Read the 
                       of certain payment        second time and placed 
                       instruments, credit       on the calendar.
                       cards, and fund 
                       transfers for unlawful 
                       Internet gambling, and 
                       for other purposes.
  

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  520     S. 3521    A bill to establish a new July 14, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Gregg and    budget process to         Gregg, Committee on the 
          others       create a comprehensive    Budget, with an 
                       plan to rein in           amendment in the nature 
                       spending, reduce the      of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       deficit, and regain       283.) (Additional and 
                       control of the Federal    minority views filed.)
                       budget process.
  
  523     S. 2703    A bill to amend the       July 19, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Specter     Voting Rights Act of      Specter, Committee on 
        and others     1965.                     the Judiciary, with an 
                                                 amendment. (Rept. 295.) 
                                                 (Additional views 
                                                 filed.)
  
  524     S. 2802    A bill to improve         July 19, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Ensign and   American innovation and   Stevens, Committee on 
          others       competitiveness in the    Commerce, Science, and 
                       global economy.           Transportation, with 
                                                 amendments. (Rept. 
                                                 285.)
  
  526     S. 3708    A bill making             July 20, 2006.--Mr. 
        Mr. Specter    appropriations for the    Specter, Committee on 
                       Departments of Labor,     Appropriations, without 
                       Health and Human          amendment. An original 
                       Services, and             bill. (Rept. 287.)
                       Education, and related 
                       agencies for the fiscal 
                       year ending September 
                       30, 2007, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  527     S. 3709    A bill to exempt from     July 20, 2006.--Mr. 
         Mr. Lugar     certain requirements of   Lugar, Committee on 
                       the Atomic Energy Act     Foreign Relations, 
                       of 1954 United States     without amendment. An 
                       exports of nuclear        original bill. (Rept. 
                       materials, equipment,     288.)
                       and technology to 
                       India, and to implement 
                       the United States 
                       Additional Protocol.
  
  530     S. 757     A bill to amend the       July 24, 2006.--Mr. Enzi, 
      Mr. Chafee and   Public Health Service     Committee on Health, 
          others       Act to authorize the      Education, Labor, and 
                       Director of the           Pensions, with an 
                       National Institute of     amendment in the nature 
                       Environmental Health      of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       Sciences to make grants   290.)
                       for the development and 
                       operation of research 
                       centers regarding 
                       environmental factors 
                       that may be related to 
                       the etiology of breast 
                       cancer.
  

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  535    H.R. 5576   An act making             July 26, 2006.--Mr. Bond, 
                       appropriations for the    Committee on 
                       Departments of            Appropriations, with an 
                       Transportation,           amendment in the nature 
                       Treasury, and Housing     of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       and Urban Development,    293.)
                       the Judiciary, District 
                       of Columbia, and 
                       independent agencies 
                       for the fiscal year 
                       ending September 30, 
                       2007, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  538    H.R. 5337   An act to ensure national July 27, 2006.--Placed on 
                       security while            the calendar.
                       promoting foreign 
                       investment and the 
                       creation and 
                       maintenance of jobs, to 
                       reform the process by 
                       which such investments 
                       are examined for any 
                       effect they may have on 
                       national security, to 
                       establish the Committee 
                       on Foreign Investment 
                       in the United States, 
                       and for other purposes.
  
  547     S. 2035    A bill to extend the time July 31, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Craig and    required for              Domenici, Committee on 
          others       construction of a         Energy and Natural 
                       hydro-electric project    Resources, with an 
                       in the State of Idaho,    amendment. (Rept. 304.) 
                       and for other purposes.   (Minority views filed.)
  
  552     S. 2568    A bill to amend the       July 31, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Sarbanes    National Trails System    Domenici, Committee on 
        and others     Act to designate the      Energy and Natural 
                       Captain John Smith        Resources, with an 
                       Chesapeake National       amendment. (Rept. 309.)
                       Historic Trail.
  
  560     S. 3495    A bill to authorize the   July 31, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Baucus and   extension of              Grassley, Committee on 
          others       nondiscriminitory         Finance, without 
                       treatment (normal trade   amendment. (Rept. 321.)
                       relations treatment) to 
                       the products of 
                       Vietnam.
  

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  562    H.R. 5970   A bill to amend the       July 31, 2006.--Read the 
                       Internal Revenue Code     second time and placed 
                       of 1986 to increase the   on the calendar.
                       unified credit against 
                       the estate tax to an 
                       exclusion equivalent of 
                       $5,000,000, to repeal 
                       the sunset provision 
                       for the estate and 
                       generation-skipping 
                       taxes, and to extend 
                       expiring provisions, 
                       and for other purposes.
  
  567     S. 2719    A bill to designate the   Aug. 1, 2006.--Ms. 
        Mr. Nelson     facility of the United    Collins, Committee on 
           (FL)        States Postal Service     Homeland Security and 
                       located at 1400 West      Governmental Affairs, 
                       Jordan Street in          without amendment. (No 
                       Pensacola, Florida, as    written report.)
                       the ``Earl D. Hutto 
                       Post Office Building''.
  
  577     S. 3778    A bill to reauthorize and Aug. 2, 2006.--Ms. Snowe, 
         Ms. Snowe     improve the Small         Committee on Small 
                       Business Act and the      Business and 
                       Small Business Act of     Entrepreneurship, 
                       1958, and for other       without amendment. (An 
                       purposes.                 original bill.) (Rept. 
                                                 361.)
  
  579     S. 2679    A bill to establish an    Aug. 3, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Talent and   Unsolved Crimes Section   Specter, Committee on 
          others       in the Civil Rights       Judiciary, with an 
                       Division of the           amendment in the nature 
                       Department of Justice,    of a substitute. (No 
                       and an Unsolved Civil     written report.)
                       Rights Crime 
                       Investigative Office in 
                       the Civil Rights Unit 
                       of the Federal Bureau 
                       of Investigation, and 
                       for other purposes.
  
  580     S. 2823    A bill to provide life-   Aug. 3, 2006.--Mr. Enzi, 
       Mr. Enzi and    saving care for those     Committee on Health, 
          others       with HIV/AIDS.            Education, Labor, and 
                                                 Pensions, with an 
                                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (No 
                                                 written report.)
  

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  581     S. 1838    A bill to provide for the Aug. 3, 2006.--Ms. 
      Mr. Voinovich    sale, acquisition,        Collins, Committee on 
         and Ms.       conveyance, and           Homeland Security and 
          Collins      exchange of certain       Governmental Affairs, 
                       real property in the      with amendments. (Rept. 
                       District of Columbia to   359.)
                       facilitate the 
                       utilization, 
                       development, and 
                       redevelopment of such 
                       property, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  582     S. 3721    A bill to amend the       Aug. 3, 2006.--Ms. 
       Ms. Collins,    Homeland Security Act     Collins, Committee on 
         Messrs.       of 2002 to establish      Homeland Security and 
      Lieberman and    the United States         Governmental Affairs, 
          Salazar      Emergency Management      with an amendment in 
                       Authority, and for        the nature of a 
                       other purposes.           substitute, and an 
                                                 amendment to the title. 
                                                 (No written report.)
  
  587    H.R. 4157   An act to promote a       Sept. 5, 2006.--Read the 
                       better health             second time and placed 
                       information system.       on the calendar.
  
  588    H.R. 4761   An act to provide for     Sept. 5, 2006.--Read the 
                       exploration,              second time and placed 
                       development, and          on the calendar.
                       production activities 
                       for mineral resources 
                       on the outer 
                       Continental Shelf, and 
                       for other purposes.
  
  589    H.R. 4890   An act to amend the       Sept. 5, 2006.--Read the 
                       Congressional Budget      second time and placed 
                       and Impoundment Control   on the calendar.
                       Act of 1974 to provide 
                       for the expedited 
                       consideration of 
                       certain proposed 
                       rescissions of budget 
                       authority.
  
  591     S. 3852    A bill to enhance certain Sept. 6, 2006.--Mr. 
        Mr. Stevens    maritime programs of      Stevens, Committee on 
                       the Department of         Commerce, Science, and 
                       Transportation, and for   Transportation, without 
                       other purposes.           amendment. (An original 
                                                 bill.) (Rept. 327.)
  
  595     S. 3861    A bill to facilitate      Sept. 8, 2006.--Read the 
      Messrs. Frist,   bringing to justice       second time and placed 
      McConnell and    terrorists and other      on the calendar.
          Inhofe       unlawful enemy 
                       combatants through full 
                       and fair trails by 
                       military commissions, 
                       and for other purposes.
  

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  596     S. 3873    A bill to protect private Sept. 8, 2006.--Read the 
        Mr. Inhofe     property rights.          second time and placed 
                                                 on the calendar.
  
  597     S. 3874    A bill to provide in      Sept. 8, 2006.--Read the 
        Mr. DeWine     statute for the conduct   second time and placed 
                       of electronic             on the calendar.
                       surveillance of 
                       suspected terrorists 
                       for the purposes of 
                       protecting the American 
                       people, the Nation, and 
                       its interests from 
                       terrorist attack while 
                       ensuring that the civil 
                       liberties of United 
                       States citizens are 
                       safeguarded, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  598     S. 3875    A bill to provide real    Sept. 8, 2006.--Read the 
       Messrs. Reid    national security,        second time and placed 
        and Durbin     restore United States     on the calendar.
                       leadership, and 
                       implement tough and 
                       smart policies to win 
                       the war on terror, and 
                       for other purposes.
  
  599     S. 3876    A bill entitled the       Sept. 8, 2006.--Read the 
        Mr. Specter    National Security         second time and placed 
                       Surveillance Act.         on the calendar.
  
  600     S. 3877    A bill entitled the       Sept. 8, 2006.--Read the 
      Mrs. Feinstein   ``Foreign Intelligence    second time and placed 
                       Surveillance              on the calendar.
                       Improvement and 
                       Enhancement Act of 
                       2006''.
  
  601  S. Con. Res.  Concurrent resolution     Sept. 11, 2006.--Mr. 
            71         expressing the sense of   Stevens, Committee on 
      Messrs. Akaka,   Congress that States      Commerce, Science, and 
       Inouye, and     should require            Transportation, without 
          Salazar      candidates for driver's   amendment, and with a 
                       licenses to demonstrate   preamble. (Rept. 333.)
                       an ability to exercise 
                       greatly increased 
                       caution when driving in 
                       the proximity of a 
                       potentially visually 
                       impaired individual.
  
  602     S. 3882    A bill to amend title 18, Sept. 11, 2006.--Read the 
       Mr. Kyl and     United States Code, to    second time and placed 
          others       support the war on        on the calendar.
                       terrorism, and for 
                       other purposes.
  

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  604     S. 3884    A bill to impose          Sept. 12, 2006.--Read the 
         Mr. Lugar     sanctions against         second time and placed 
                       individuals responsible   on the calendar.
                       for genocide, war 
                       crimes, and crimes 
                       against humanity, to 
                       support measures for 
                       the protection of 
                       civilians and 
                       humanitarian 
                       operations, and to 
                       support peace efforts 
                       in the Darfur region of 
                       Sudan, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  605     S. 3886    A bill to authorize       Sept. 12, 2006.--Read the 
         Mr. Frist     military commissions to   second time and placed 
                       bring terrorists to       on the calendar.
                       justice, to strengthen 
                       and modernize terrorist 
                       surveillance 
                       capabilities, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  606     S. 660     A bill to provide for the Sept. 13, 2006.--Mr. 
        Mrs. Dole,     acknowledgement of the    McCain, Committee on 
       Messrs. Burr    Lumbee Tribe of North     Indian Affairs, without 
         and Crapo     Carolina, and for other   amendment. (Rept. 334.)
                       purposes.
  
  607     S. 2455    A bill to provide in      Sept. 13, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. DeWine and   statute for the conduct   Specter, Committee on 
          others       of electronic             the Judiciary, without 
                       surveillance of           amendment. (No written 
                       suspected terrorists      report.)
                       for the purposes of 
                       protecting the American 
                       people, the Nation, and 
                       its interests from 
                       terrorist attack while 
                       ensuring that the civil 
                       liberties of United 
                       States citizens are 
                       safeguarded, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  608    H.R. 631    An act to provide for     Sept. 13, 2006.--Placed 
                       acquisition of            on the calendar. (See 
                       subsurface mineral        also Order No. 186.)
                       rights to land owned by 
                       the Pascua Yaqui Tribe 
                       and land held in trust 
                       for the Tribe, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  609     S. 2453    A bill to establish       Sept. 13, 2006.--Mr. 
         Messrs.       procedures for the        Specter, Committee on 
       Specter and     review of electronic      the Judiciary, with an 
           Hagel       surveillance programs.    amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (No 
                                                 written report.)
  

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  610     S. 3001    A bill to ensure that all Sept. 13, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Specter     electronic surveillance   Specter, Committee on 
         and Mrs.      of United States          the Judiciary, with an 
         Feinstein     persons for foreign       amendment in the nature 
                       intelligence purposes     of a substitute. (No 
                       is conducted pursuant     written report.)
                       to individualized 
                       court-issued orders, to 
                       streamline the 
                       procedures of the 
                       Foreign Intelligence 
                       Surveillance Act of 
                       1978, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  611     S. 3901    A bill to authorize trial Sept. 14, 2006.--Mr. 
        Mr. Warner     by military commission    Warner, Committee on 
                       for violations of the     Armed Services, without 
                       law of war, and for       amendment. (An original 
                       other purposes.           bill.) (No written 
                                                 report.)
  
  612    H.R. 5689   An act to amend the Safe, Sept. 14, 2006.--Mr. 
                       Accountable, Flexible,    Inhofe, Committee on 
                       Efficient                 Environment and Public 
                       Transportation Equity     Works, with an 
                       Act: A legacy for users   amendment in the nature 
                       to make technical         of a substitute. (No 
                       corrections, and for      written report.)
                       other purposes.
  
  614     S. 1321    A bill to amend the       Sept. 15, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Santorum    Internal Revenue Code     Grassley, Committee on 
        and others     of 1986 to repeal the     Finance, with an 
                       excise tax on telephone   amendment in the nature 
                       and other                 of a substitute, and an 
                       communications            amendment to the title. 
                       services.                 (Rept. 336.)
  
  616     S. 3570    A bill to amend the Older Sept. 19, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Enzi and    Americans Act of 1965     Enzi, Committee on 
          others       to authorize              Health, Education, 
                       appropriations for        Labor and Pensions, 
                       fiscal years 2007         with an amendment in 
                       through 2011, and for     the nature of a 
                       other purposes.           substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 366.)
  
  617     S. 2010    A bill to amend the       Sept. 19, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Hatch and    Social Security Act to    Grassley, Committee on 
          others       enhance the Social        Finance, with an 
                       Security of the Nation    amendment in the nature 
                       by ensuring adequate      of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       public-private            337.)
                       infrastructure and to 
                       resolve to prevent, 
                       detect, treat, 
                       intervene in, and 
                       prosecute elder abuse, 
                       neglect, and 
                       exploitation, and for 
                       other purposes.
  

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  618     S. 2912    A bill to establish the   Sept. 20, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. DeWine and   Great Lakes Interagency   Inhofe, Committee on 
          others       Task Force, to            Environment and Public 
                       establish the Great       Works, with an 
                       Lakes Regional            amendment. (Rept. 338.)
                       Collaboration, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  619     S. 3551    A bill to direct the      Sept. 20, 2006.--Mr. 
         Messrs.       Secretary of the          Inhofe, Committee on 
       Santorum and    Interior to convey the    Environment and Public 
          Specter      Tylersville division of   Works, with an 
                       the Lamar National Fish   amendment. (Rept. 339.)
                       Hatchery and Fish 
                       Technology Center to 
                       the State of 
                       Pennsylvania.
  
  620     S. 3617    A bill to reauthorize the Sept. 20, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Inhofe and   North American Wetlands   Inhofe, Committee on 
          others       Conservation Act.         Environment and Public 
                                                 Works, without 
                                                 amendment. (Rept. 340.)
  
  624     S. 374     A bill to provide         Sept. 20, 2006.--Mr. 
      Messrs. Thune    compensation to the       McCain, Committee on 
        and Johnson    Lower Brule and Crow      Indian Affairs, with an 
                       Creek Sioux Tribes of     amendment in the nature 
                       South Dakota for damage   of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       to tribal land caused     344.)
                       by Pick-Sloan projects 
                       along the Missouri 
                       River.
  
  625     S. 2781    A bill to amend the       Sept. 21, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Inhofe and   Federal Water Pollution   Inhofe, Committee on 
          others       Control Act to enhance    Environment and Public 
                       the security of           Works, with an 
                       wastewater treatment      amendment in the nature 
                       works.                    of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 345.) (Additional views 
                                                 filed.)
  
  628     S. 394     A bill to promote         Sept. 21, 2006.--Mr. 
      Messrs. Cornyn   accessibility,            Specter, Committee on 
         and Leahy     accountability, and       the Judiciary, without 
                       openness in Government    amendment. (No written 
                       by strengthening          report.)
                       section 552 of title 5, 
                       United States Code 
                       (commonly referred to 
                       as the Freedom of 
                       Information Act), and 
                       for other purposes.
  

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  631    H.R. 503    An act to amend the Horse Sept. 21, 2006.--Read the 
                       Protection Act to         second time and placed 
                       prohibit the shipping,    on the calendar.
                       transporting, moving, 
                       delivering, receiving, 
                       possessing, purchasing, 
                       selling, or donation of 
                       horses and other 
                       equines to be 
                       slaughtered for human 
                       consumption, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  632     S. 3925    A bill to provide certain Sept. 25, 2006.--Read the 
         Mr. Lugar     authorities for the       second time and placed 
                       Secretary of State and    on the calendar.
                       the Broadcasting Board 
                       of Governors, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  633     S. 3929    A bill to authorize       Sept. 25, 2006.--Read the 
       Mr. McConnell   military commissions to   second time and placed 
                       bring terrorists to       on the calendar.
                       justice, to strengthen 
                       and modernize terrorist 
                       surveillance 
                       capabilities, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  635     S. 3931    A bill to establish       Sept. 25, 2006.--Read the 
         Messrs.       procedures for the        second time and placed 
      McConnell and    review of electronic      on the calendar.
           Frist       surveillance programs.
  
  637     S. 2348    A bill to amend the       Sept. 25, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Obama and    Atomic Energy Act of      Inhofe, Committee on 
          others       1954 to require a         Environment and Public 
                       licensee to notify the    Works, with an 
                       Atomic Energy             amendment in the nature 
                       Commission, and the       of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       State and county in       347.)
                       which a facility is 
                       located, whenever there 
                       is an unplanned release 
                       of fission products in 
                       excess of allowable 
                       limits.
  
  638     S. 3771    A bill to amend the       Sept. 25, 2006.--Mr. 
      Mr. Hatch and    Public Health Service     Enzi, Committee on 
          others       Act to provide            Health, Education, 
                       additional                Labor, and Pensions, 
                       authorizations of         with an amendment in 
                       appropriations for the    the nature of a 
                       health centers program    substitute. (No written 
                       under section 330 of      report.)
                       such Act.
  

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  640     S. 860     A bill to amend the       Sept. 26, 2006.--Mr. 
         Messrs.       National Assessment of    Enzi, Committee on 
      Alexander and    Educational Progress      Health, Education, 
          Kennedy      Authorization Act to      Labor, and Pensions, 
                       require State academic    with an amendment in 
                       assessments of student    the nature of a 
                       achievement in United     substitute. (Rept. 
                       States history and        348.)
                       civics, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  644    H.R. 4417   An act to provide for the Sept. 27, 2006.--Placed 
                       reinstatement of a        on the calendar.
                       license for a certain 
                       Federal Energy 
                       Regulatory project.
  
  645     S. 1848    A bill to promote         Sept. 27, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Salazar     remediation of inactive   Inhofe, Committee on 
        and others     and abandoned mines,      Environment and Public 
                       and for other purposes.   Works, with an 
                                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 351.) (Additional views 
                                                 filed.)
  
  646     S. 3630    A bill to amend the       Sept. 27, 2006.--Mr. 
        Mr. Vitter     Federal Water Pollution   Inhofe, Committee on 
                       Control Act reauthorize   Environment and Public 
                       a program relating to     Works, without 
                       the Lake Pontchartrain    amendment. (Rept. 352.)
                       Basin, and for other 
                       purposes.
  
  647    H.R. 3929   An act to amend the Water Sept. 27, 2006.--Mr. 
                       Desalination Act of       Inhofe, Committee on 
                       1996 to authorize the     Environment and Public 
                       Secretary of the          Works, with an 
                       Interior to assist in     amendment. (Rept. 353.)
                       research and 
                       development, 
                       environmental and 
                       feasability studies, 
                       and preliminary 
                       engineering for the 
                       Municipal Water 
                       District of Orange 
                       County, California, 
                       Dana Point Desalination 
                       Project located at Dana 
                       Point, California.
  
  648     S. 3936    A bill to invest in       Sept. 27, 2006.--Read the 
      Mr. Frist and    innovation and            second time and placed 
          others       education to improve      on the calendar.
                       the competitiveness of 
                       the United States in 
                       the global economy.
  

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  651     S. 3648    A bill to compromise and  Sept. 29, 2006.--Mr. 
         Messrs.       settle all claims in      McCain, Committee on 
       Domenici and    the case of Pueblo        Indian Affairs, without 
         Bingaman      Isleta v. United          amendment. (Rept. 354.)
                       States, to restore, 
                       improve, and develop 
                       the valuable on-
                       reservation land and 
                       natural resources of 
                       the Pueblo, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  652    H.R. 5252   An act to promote the     Sept. 29, 2006.--Mr. 
                       deployment of broadband   Stevens, Committee on 
                       networks and services.    Commerce, Science, and 
                                                 Transportation, with an 
                                                 amendment in the nature 
                                                 of a substitute. (Rept. 
                                                 355.) (Additional views 
                                                 filed.)
  
  653     S. 2751    A bill to strengthen the  Sept. 29, 2006.--Mr. 
      Messrs. Nelson   National Oceanic and      Stevens, Committee on 
         (NE) and      Atmospheric               Commerce, Science, and 
         Domenici      Administration's          Transportation, without 
                       drought monitoring and    amendment. (Rept. 356.)
                       forecasting 
                       capabilities.
  
  655     S. 3982    A bill to amend the       Sept. 30, 2006.--Read the 
        Mr. Kennedy    Public Health Service     second time and placed 
                       Act to provide assured    on the calendar.
                       compensation for first 
                       responders injured by 
                       experimental vaccines 
                       and drugs.
  
  656     S. 3992    A bill to amend the       Sept. 30, 2006.--Read the 
        Mr. Bunning    Exchange Rates and        second time and placed 
                       International Economic    on the calendar.
                       Policy Coordination Act 
                       of 1988 to clarify the 
                       definition of 
                       manipulation with 
                       respect to currency, 
                       and for other purposes.
  
  657     S. 3993    A bill to amend title 18, Sept. 30, 2006.--Read the 
       Mr. Martinez    United States Code, to    second time and placed 
                       provide penalties for     on the calendar.
                       aiming laser pointers 
                       at airplanes, and for 
                       other purposes.
  

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  658     S. 3983    A bill to amend the       Sept. 30, 2006.--Read the 
        Mr. Kennedy    Public Health Service     second time and placed 
                       Act to provide assured    on the calendar.
                       compensation for first 
                       responders injured by 
                       experimental vaccines 
                       and drugs and to 
                       indemnify manufacturers 
                       and health care 
                       professionals for the 
                       administration of 
                       medical products needed 
                       for biodefense.
  
  660     S. 3591    A bill to improve         Nov. 13, 2006.--Mr. 
       Mr. Jeffords    efficiency in the         Inhofe, Committee on 
        and others     Federal Government        Environment and Public 
                       through the use of        Works, with an 
                       high-performance green    amendment in the nature 
                       buildings, and for        of a substitute. (Rept. 
                       other purposes.           358.) (Additional views 
                                                 filed.)
  
  661     S. 3994    A bill to extend the Iran Nov. 13, 2006.--Read the 
         Mr. Reid      and Libya Sanctions Act   second time and placed 
                       of 1996.                  on the calendar.
  
  662     S. 4041    A bill to protect         Nov. 13, 2006.--Read the 
        Mr. Inhofe     children and their        second time and placed 
                       parents from being        on the calendar.
                       coerced into 
                       administering a 
                       controlled substance in 
                       order to attend school, 
                       and for other purposes.
  
  664     S. 4047    A bill to prohibit the    Nov. 14, 2006.--Read the 
      Messrs. DeMint   issuance of               second time and placed 
        and Ensign     transportation security   on the calendar.
                       cards to individuals 
                       who have been convicted 
                       of certain crimes.
  

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  665     S. 4051    A bill to provide         Nov. 15, 2006.--Read the 
        Mr. Specter    sufficient resources to   second time and placed 
                       permit electronic         on the calendar.
                       surveillance of United 
                       States persons for 
                       foreign intelligence 
                       purposes to be 
                       conducted pursuant to 
                       individualized court-
                       issued orders for calls 
                       originating in the 
                       United States, to 
                       provide additional 
                       resources to enhance 
                       oversight and 
                       streamline the 
                       procedures of the 
                       Foreign Intelligence 
                       Surveillance Act of 
                       1978, to ensure review 
                       of the Terrorist 
                       Surveillance Program by 
                       the United States 
                       Supreme Court, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  667     S. 1531    A bill to direct the      Dec. 5, 2006.--Mr. Enzi, 
       Mr. Enzi and    Secretary of Health and   Committee on Health, 
          others       Human Services to         Education, Labor, and 
                       expand and intensify      Pensions, with an 
                       programs with respect     amendment in the nature 
                       to research and related   of a substitute, and an 
                       activities concerning     amendment to the title. 
                       elder falls.              (Rept. 362.)
  
  669    H.R. 3675   An act to amend the       Dec. 5, 2006.--Mr. 
                       Federal Trade             Stevens, Committee on 
                       Commission Act to         Commerce, Science, and 
                       increase civil            Transportation, without 
                       penalties for             amendment.
                       violations involving 
                       unfair or deceptive 
                       acts or practices that 
                       exploit popular 
                       reaction to an 
                       emergency or major 
                       disaster, and to 
                       authorize the Federal 
                       Trade Commission to 
                       seek civil penalties 
                       for such violations in 
                       actions brought under 
                       section 13 of that Act.
  
  670     S. 4080    A bill to amend title 17, Dec. 6, 2006.--Read the 
        Mr. Stevens    United States Code,       second time and placed 
                       with respect to           on the calendar.
                       settlement agreements 
                       reached with respect to 
                       litigation involving 
                       certain secondary 
                       transmissions of 
                       superstations and 
                       network stations.
  

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  672     S. 3990    A bill to designate the   Dec. 6, 2006.--Committee 
         Messrs.       facility of the United    on Homeland Security 
       Coleman and     States Postal Service     and Governmental 
          Dayton       located at 216 Oak        Affairs discharged; and 
                       Street in Farmington,     ordered placed on the 
                       Minnesota, as the         calendar.
                       ``Hamilton H. Judson 
                       Post Office''.
  
  673     S. 4110    A bill to enhance Federal Dec. 8, 2006.--Read the 
      Mr. Smith and    Trade Commission          second time and placed 
          others       enforcement against       on the calendar.
                       illegal spam, spyware, 
                       and cross-border fraud 
                       and deception, and for 
                       other purposes.
  
  674     S. 1129    A bill to provide         Dec. 8, 2006.--Mr. Lugar, 
      Mr. Lugar and    authorizations of         Committee on Foreign 
          others       appropriations for        Relations, with an 
                       certain development       amendment in the nature 
                       banks, and for other      of a substitute. (No 
                       purposes.                 written report.)
  

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                RESOLUTIONS AND MOTIONS OVER, UNDER THE RULE
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     When objection is heard to immediate consideration of a resolution 
or motion when submitted, it shall be placed here, to be laid before the 
Senate on the next legislative day for consideration, unless by unanimous 
consent the Senate shall otherwise direct. (Rule XIV, Paragraph 6.)

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               BILLS AND JOINT RESOLUTIONS READ THE FIRST TIME
________________________________________________________________________

     When objection is heard to the second reading of a bill or joint 
resolution, that measure is then laid before the Senate during morning 
business of the next legislative day for the second reading. (Rule XIV, 
Paragraph 2.)


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                          SUBJECTS ON THE TABLE
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    Such subjects are business, usually bills and resolutions, placed 
here by unanimous consent. Once business has been given this status, it 
is in order to move to proceed to its consideration, even though it 
cannot be reached by a ``call of the calendar''.

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                       MOTIONS FOR RECONSIDERATION
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    After an action taken by the Senate, any Senator voting with the 
prevailing side or who has not voted may, on the same day or on either 
of the next two days of actual session thereafter, either enter a motion 
for reconsideration or move a reconsideration.  This section contains 
such motions not yet acted on as so provided by rule XIII, Paragraph 1.

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Feb. 14, 2006.

Motion entered by Mr. Frist to reconsider the vote by which the motion to 
waive the Congressional Budget Act on the bill S. 852 was not agreed to 
(Roll Call No. 21).

Apr. 7, 2006.

Motion entered by Mr. Frist to reconsider the vote by which the motion to 
invoke cloture on the motion to commit S. 2454 was not agreed to (Roll Call 
No. 89).

Aug. 3, 2006.

Motion entered by Mr. Frist to reconsider the vote by which the motion to 
invoke cloture on the motion to proceed to consider H.R. 5970 was not 
agreed to (Roll Call No. 229.)


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                           BILLS IN CONFERENCE                          
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  Jefferson's Manual, Section XLVI:
  ``And in all cases of conference asked after a vote of disagreement, 
etc., the conferees of the House asking it are to leave the papers with 
the conferees of the other * * *.'' The House agreeing to the conference 
usually acts on the report before the House requesting a conference.
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 and Date    Brief Title                                    Agreed to   
Conferees                 ______________________________ _______________
Appointed                      Senate         House       Senate  House 

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 H.R. 22  Postal          Senators                                    
 Feb. 9,    Accountability  Collins,
   2006      and            Stevens,
            Enhancement     Voinovich,
            Act             Coleman,
                            Bennett,
                            Lieberman,
                            Akaka, and
                            Carper.
                          (Senate asks.)
  

H.R. 2830 Pension         Senators        From the 
 Mar. 3,    Protection      Grassley,       Committee on 
   2006     Act, 2005       Hatch,          Education and 
 Mar. 8,                    Lott,           the Workforce, 
   2006                     Snowe,          for 
                            Santorum,       consideration 
                            Enzi,           of the House 
                            Gregg,          bill and the 
                            DeWine,         Senate 
                            Isakson,        amendment 
                            Baucus,         thereto, and 
                            Rockefeller,    modifications 
                            Conrad,         committed to 
                            Bingaman,       conference:
                            Kennedy,      Representatives
                            Harkin, and     McKeon,
                            Mikulski.       Sam Johnson
                          (Senate asks.)      of Texas,
                                            Kline,
                                            Tiberi,
                                            George Miller
                                              of 
                                            California,
                                            Payne, and
                                            Andrews.
                                          From the 
                                            Committee on 
                                            Ways and 
                                            Means, for 
                                            consideration 
                                            of the House 
                                            bill and the 
                                            Senate 
                                            amendment 
                                            thereto, and 
                                            modifications 
                                            committed to 
                                            conference:
                                          Representatives
                                            Thomas,
                                            Camp of
                                              Michigan, 
                                            and
                                            Rangel.
                                          From 
                                            consideration 
                                            of the House 
                                            bill and the 
                                            Senate 
                                            amendment                 
                                            thereto, and 
                                            modifications 
                                            committed to 
                                            conference:
                                          Representative
                                            Boehner.
                                          (House acts 
                                            first.)
  

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 S. 2349  Legislative     Senators                                    
 May 23,    Transparency    Lott,
   2006     and             Stevens,
            Accountability  McConnell,
             Act, 2006      Dodd, and
                            Inouye.
                          (Senate asks.)
  

H.R. 2864 Water Resources Senators        From the 
Sept. 14,   Development     Inhofe,         Committee on 
   2006     Act, 2005       Warner,         Transportation 
                            Bond,           and 
                            Voinovich,      Infrastructure,
                            Chafee,          for 
                            Murkowski,      consideration 
                            Vitter,         of the House 
                            Jeffords,       bill and the 
                            Baucus,         Senate 
                            Lieberman,      amendment, and 
                            Boxer, and      modifications 
                            Carper.         committed to 
                          (Senate acts      conference:
                            first.)       Representatives
                                            Young
                                              of Alaska,
                                            Duncan,
                                            Baker,
                                            Gary G. Miller
                                              of 
                                            California,
                                            Brown of
                                              South 
                                            Carolina,
                                            Boozman,
                                            Oberstar,
                                            Eddie Bernice
                                              Johnson
                                              of Texas,
                                            Costello, and
                                            Bishop of
                                              New York.
                                          From the 
                                            Committee on 
                                            Resources, for 
                                            consideration 
                                            of secs. 2017, 
                                            2020, 2025, 
                                            and 2027 of 
                                            the House 
                                            bill, and 
                                            secs. 3019, 
                                            5007, and 5008 
                                            of the Senate 
                                            amendment, and 
                                            modifications 
                                            committed to 
                                            conference:
                                          Representatives             
                                            Pombo,
                                            Musgrave, and
                                            Kind.
                                          (House asks.)
  

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H.R. 5385 Military        Senators                                    
 Dec. 6,    Construction,   Hutchison,
   2006     Military        Burns,
            Quality of      Craig,
            Life and        DeWine,
            Veterans        Brownback,
            Affairs         Allard,
            Appropriations  McConnell,
             Act, 2007      Cochran,
                            Stevens,
                            Feinstein,
                            Inouye,
                            Johnson,
                            Landrieu,
                            Byrd,
                            Murray,
                            Leahy, and
                            Harkin.
                          (Senate asks.)
  

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                                                                                                                                                     or placed                sent to               to                           public
          measure  number                                                short title                                        passed     received in      on        passed      confer-   --------------------------   became       law
                                                                                                                             house       senate      calendar     senate        ence                                   law       number
                                                                                                                                                     in senate                             senate        house
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             H.R. 1268               Emergency Supplemental, 2005.......................................................    3-16-05       3-16-05      4-6-05     4-21-05      4-26-05     5-10-05        5-5-05     5-11-05     109-13
             H.R. 2360               Homeland Security, 2006............................................................    5-17-05       5-18-05     6-16-05     7-14-05      9-28-05     10-7-05       10-6-05    10-18-05     109-90
             H.R. 2361               Interior, 2006.....................................................................    5-19-05       5-20-05     6-10-05     6-29-05      7-26-05     7-29-05       7-28-05      8-2-05     109-54
             H.R. 2419               Energy and Water, 2006.............................................................    5-24-05       5-25-05     6-16-05      7-1-05     10-26-05    11-14-05       11-9-05    11-19-05    109-103
             H.R. 2528               Military Quality of Life and Veterans Affairs, 2006................................    5-26-05       5-26-05     7-21-05     9-22-05      11-3-05    11-18-05      11-18-05    11-30-05    109-114
             H.R. 2744               Agriculture, 2006..................................................................     6-8-05        6-9-05     6-27-05     9-22-05     10-20-05     11-3-05      10-28-05    11-10-05     109-97
             H.R. 2862               Science, State, Justice, Commerce, 2006............................................    6-16-05       6-16-05     6-23-05     9-15-05      11-2-05    11-16-05       11-9-05    11-22-05    109-108
             H.R. 2863               Defense, 2006......................................................................    6-20-05       6-21-05     9-28-05     10-7-05     12-14-05    12-21-05      12-19-05    12-30-05    109-148
             H.R. 2985               Legislative, 2006 \1\..............................................................    6-22-05       6-24-05     6-24-05     6-30-05      7-26-05     7-29-05       7-28-05      8-2-05     109-55
             H.R. 3010               Labor, HHS, Education, 2006........................................................    6-24-05       6-27-05     7-14-05    10-27-05   12-7-05 \3\   12-21-05      12-14-05    12-30-05    109-149
             H.R. 3057               Foreign Operations, 2006...........................................................    6-28-05       6-29-05     6-30-05     7-20-05     10-27-05    11-10-05       11-4-05    11-14-05    109-102
             H.R. 3130               Veterans Medical Supplemental, 2005................................................    6-30-05       6-30-05   ..........  ..........  ...........  ..........  ............  ..........  .........
             H.R. 3058               Transportation, Treasury, HUD, Judiciary, D.C., 2006...............................    6-30-05       7-11-05     7-26-05    10-20-05      11-8-05    11-21-05      11-18-05    11-30-05    109-115
              S. 1446                District of Columbia, 2006.........................................................      * * *         * * *     7-21-05       (\2\)   ...........  ..........  ............  ..........  .........
             H.R. 3645               Emergency Supplemental, Hurricane Disaster Relief, 2005............................     9-2-05        9-2-05       * * *      9-2-05        * * *       * * *         * * *      9-2-05     109-61
             H.R. 3673               Emergency Supplemental, Hurricane Disaster Relief, 2005............................     9-8-05        9-8-05       * * *      9-8-05        * * *       * * *         * * *      9-8-05     109-62
            H.J. Res. 68             Continuing, 2006...................................................................    9-29-05       9-29-05       * * *     9-30-05        * * *       * * *         * * *     9-30-05     109-77
            H.J. Res. 72             Further Continuing, 2006...........................................................   11-17-05      11-17-05       * * *    11-18-05        * * *       * * *         * * *    11-19-05    109-105
            H.J. Res. 75             Further Continuing, 2006...........................................................   12-17-05      12-17-05       * * *    12-17-05        * * *       * * *         * * *    12-18-05    109-128
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\1\July 14, 2005, Returned to Senate for technical correction and returned to House of Representatives.    \2\See H.R. 3058.    \3\Further Conference.


 
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             H.R. 4745               Supplemental SBA Disaster Loans, 2006..............................................    2-15-06       2-15-06       * * *     2-17-06        * * *       * * *         * * *     2-18-06    109-174
             H.R. 4939               Emergency Supplemental, 2006.......................................................    3-16-06       3-27-06      4-5-06      5-4-06      5-23-06     6-15-06       6-13-06     6-15-06    109-234
             H.R. 5386               Interior, 2007.....................................................................    5-18-06       5-19-06     6-29-06   ..........  ...........  ..........  ............  ..........  .........
             H.R. 5385               Military Quality of Life and Veterans Affairs, 2007................................    5-19-06       5-22-06     7-20-06    11-14-06   ...........  ..........  ............  ..........  .........
             H.R. 5384               Agriculture, 2007..................................................................    5-23-06       5-24-06     6-22-06   ..........  ...........  ..........  ............  ..........  .........
             H.R. 5427               Energy and Water, 2007.............................................................    5-24-06       5-25-06     6-29-06   ..........  ...........  ..........  ............  ..........  .........
             H.R. 5441               Homeland Security, 2007............................................................     6-6-06        6-7-06     6-29-06     7-13-06      9-21-06     9-29-06       9-29-06     10-4-06    109-295
             H.R. 5521               Legislative, 2007..................................................................     6-7-06        6-7-06     6-22-06   ..........  ...........  ..........  ............  ..........  .........
             H.R. 5522               Foreign Operations, 2007...........................................................     6-9-06       6-12-06     7-10-06   ..........  ...........  ..........  ............  ..........  .........
             H.R. 5576               Transportation, Treasury, HUD, Judiciary, D.C., 2007...............................    6-14-06       6-15-06     7-26-06   ..........  ...........  ..........  ............  ..........  .........
             H.R. 5631               Defense, 2007 \1\..................................................................    6-20-06       6-21-06     7-25-06      9-7-06      9-21-06     9-29-06       9-26-06     9-29-06    109-289
             H.R. 5672               Science, State, Justice, Commerce, 2007............................................    6-29-06       6-29-06     7-13-06   ..........  ...........  ..........  ............  ..........  .........
              S. 3660                District of Columbia, 2007.........................................................      * * *         * * *     7-13-06   ..........  ...........  ..........  ............  ..........  .........
              S. 3708                Labor, HHS, Education, 2007........................................................      * * *         * * *     7-20-06   ..........  ...........  ..........  ............  ..........  .........
           H.J. Res. 100             Further Continuing, 2007...........................................................   11-15-06      11-15-06       * * *    11-15-06        * * *       * * *         * * *    11-17-06    109-369
           H.J. Res. 102             Further Continuing, 2007...........................................................    11-8-06       11-8-06       * * *     12-8-06        * * *       * * *         * * *     12-9-06    109-383
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\1\Conference report contains Continuing, 2007.