[House Calendars, Final - 112th Congress, 2nd Session]
[From the U.S. Government Printing Office]




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                                                A

Access to Capital for Job Creators Act. H.R. 2940; Mr. McCarthy of 
    California et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 453; Mr. Sessions.

Accountability for Broadbrand Stimulus Funds. H.R. 1343; Mr. Bass of New 
    Hampshire et al.

Additional Power of American Legion Under Federal Charter. H.R. 2369; 
    Mr. Altmire et al.

Adjournments (see CONGRESS AND MEMBERS OF CONGRESS).

Administrative Conference of the United States Reauthorization Act. H.R. 
    2480; Mr. Smith of Texas et al.

Advancing America's Networking and Information Technology Research and 
    Development Act. H.R. 3834; Mr. Hall et al.

African Growth and Opportunity Act Amendments. S. 3326.

AGRICULTURE:

        Agricultural Disaster Assistance Act. H.R. 6233; Mr. Lucas.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 752; Ms. Foxx.

        Agricultural Programs Reauthorization Through 2017. S. 3240.

        Arizona Wallow Fire Recovery and Monitoring Act. S. 1344.

        Farmer's Privacy Act. H.R. 5961; Mrs. Capito et al.

        Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act. H.R. 6083; 
            Mr. Lucas et al.

        Safeguarding American Agriculture Act. S. 1673.

        U.S. Agricultural Sector Relief Act. H.R. 6194; Mr. Gingrey of 
            Georgia et al.

Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act Amendment. H.R. 4194; Mr. Young of 
    Alaska.

All-American Flag Act. S. 1188.

Amateur Radio Emergency Communications Enhancement Act. S. 191.

America Invents Act. H.R. 1249; Mr. Smith of Texas et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 316; Mr. Nugent.

American Battlefield Protection Program Amendments Act. H.R. 2489; Mr. 
    Holt et al. S. 779.

American Jobs Act of 2011. S. 1660.

American Jobs Through Economic Growth. S. 1720.

American Legion Under Federal Charter, Additional Power of. S. 1639.

American Manufacturing Competitiveness Act. H.R. 5865; Mr. Lipinski et 
    al.

American Medical Isotopes Production Act. S. 99.

Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment. S. 2186. S. 2191.

Animal Fighting Spectator Prohibition Act. S. 1947.

Animal Welfare Act Amendment. S. 3666.

Application of Certain Space Launch Liability Extension. H.R. 6586; Mr. 
    Palazzo et al.

Application of Countervailing Duty Provisions to NonMarket Economy 
    Countries. H.R. 4105; Mr. Camp et al. S. 2153.

APPROPRIATIONS:

        Agriculture, Rural Develoopment, Food and Drug Administration, 
            and Related Agencies Appropriations, FY 2012. H.R. 2112; Mr. 
            Kingston.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 300; Ms. Foxx.

        Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, 
            and Related Agencies Appropriation, FY 2013. H.R. 5973; Mr. 
            Kingston. S. 2375.

        Commerce, Justice, Science, FY 2012. H.R. 2596; Mr. Wolf. S. 
            1572.

        Commerce, Justice, Science, FY 2013. H.R. 5326; Mr. Wolf. S. 
            2323.

                Consideration of (H.R. 5326). H. Res. 643; Mr. Woodall.

        Continuing, Further, Full-Year, FY 2011. H.R. 1; Mr. Rogers of 
            Kentucky.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 92; Mr. Woodall.

        Continuing, Further, FY 2011. H.J. Res. 44; H.J. Res. 48; Mr. 
            Rogers of Kentucky.

                Consideration of (H.J. Res. 44). H. Res. 115; Mr. 
                    Woodall.

                Consideration of (H.J. Res. 48). H. Res. 167; Mr. 
                    Woodall.

        Continuing, FY 2012. H.J. Res. 79; H.J. Res. 94; H.J. Res. 95; 
            Mr. Rogers of Kentucky.

                Consideration of (H.J. Res. 79). H. Res. 399; Mr. 
                    Woodall.

        Continuing, FY 2013. H.J. Res. 117; Mr. Rogers of Kentucky.

        Defense, FY 2011. H.R. 1; Mr. Rogers of Kentucky.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 92; Mr. Woodall.

        Defense, FY 2012. H.R. 2219; Mr. Young of Florida.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 320; Mr. Nugent.

        Defense, FY 2013. H.R. 5856; Mr. Young of Florida.

        Department of Defense and Full-Year Continuing Appropriations 
            Act, FY 2011. H.R. 1473; Mr. Rogers of Kentucky.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 218; Mr. Dreier.

        Department of Defense and Further Additional Continuing 
            Appropriations Act, 2011. H.R. 1363; Mr. Rogers of Kentucky.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 206; Ms. Foxx.

        Disaster Relief Appropriations Act. H.R. 3672; Mr. Rogers of 
            Kentucky.

        Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations 
            Act, FY 2013. S. 2465.

        Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies 
            Appropriations, FY 2012. H.R. 2354; Mr. Frelinghuysen.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 337; Mr. Webster.

        Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies 
            Appropriations, FY 2013. H.R. 5325; Mr. Frelinghuysen.

        Financial Services and General Government, FY 2012. H.R. 2434; 
            Mrs. Emerson. S. 1573.

        Financial Services and General Government, FY 2013. H.R. 6020; 
            Mrs. Emerson. S. 3301.

        Homeland Security, FY 2012. H.R. 2017; Mr. Aderholt.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 287; Mr. Reed.

        Homeland Security, FY 2013. H.R. 5855; Mr. Aderholt. S. 3216.

        Interior, Environment, FY 2012. H.R. 2584; Mr. Simpson.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 363; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

        Interior, Environment, FY 2013. H.R. 6091; Mr. Simpson.

        Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education, and Related 
            Agencies Appropriations, FY 2012. S. 1599. S. 3295.

        Legislative Branch, FY 2012. H.R. 2551; Mr. Crenshaw.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 359; Ms. Foxx.

        Legislative Branch, FY 2013. H.R. 5882; Mr. Crenshaw.

        Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, FY 2012. H.R. 2055; Mr. 
            Culberson.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 288; Mr. Webster.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 500; Mr. Dreier.

        Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, FY 2013. H.R. 5854; Mr. 
            Culberson. S. 3215.

        State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs Appropriations, 
            FY 2012. S. 1601.

        State, Foreign Operations, FY 2013. H.R. 5857; Ms. Granger. S. 
            3241.

        Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related 
            Agencies Appropriations Act, 2012. S. 1596.

        Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related 
            Agencies Appropriations Act, 2013. H.R. 5972; Mr. Latham. S. 
            2322.

ARMED FORCES:

        Combating Military Counterfeits Act. S. 1228.

        Ensuring Pay for Our Military Act. H.R. 1297; Mr. Gohmert et al.

        Hiring Heroes Act. S. 951.

        Immigration and Nationality Act Amendment. H.R. 398; Ms. Zoe 
            Lofgren of California et al.

        Improving Transparency of Education Opportunities for Veterans 
            Act. H.R. 4057; Mr. Bilirakis et al.

        Military Commercial Driver's License Act. S. 3624.

        National Guard and Reserve:

                National Guard and Reservist Debt Relief Extension Act. 
                    H.R. 2192; Mr. Cohen et al.

                National Guard of the United States, Birthplace of. H.R. 
                    1339; Mr. Tierney et al.

        Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and 
            Operation New Dawn, Honoring the Service an Sacrifice of 
            Members of the United States Armed Forces Who Are Serving 
            in. S. Con. Res. 13.

        Risk-Based Security Screening for Members of the Armed Forces 
            Act. H.R. 1801; Mr. Cravaack et al.

        Servicemember Family Protection Act. H.R. 4201; Mr. Turner of 
            Ohio et al.

        United States Armed Forces, Women Serving in. S. Con. Res. 8.

        War Memorial Protection Act. H.R. 290; Mr. Hunter et al.

Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Business Travel Cards Act. H.R. 2042; 
    Mr. Larsen of Washington et al. S. 1487.

Asset-Backed Market Stabilization Act. H.R. 1539; Mr. Stivers et al.

Atomic Energy Act Amendment. H.R. 1280; Ms. Ros-Lehtinen et al. S. 109.

Authorization of Funds for Intelligence Activites. S. 3314.

Aviation (see TRANSPORTATION AND TRAVEL).

                                    B

Blackfoot River Land Settlement Act. S. 1065.

Blue Star Mothers of America, Inc.. S. 1541.

Border Security Information Improvement Act. H.R. 6368; Mr. Canseco.

Bring Jobs Home Act. S. 3364.

BUDGET:

        Balancing the Budget, Proposing an Amendment to the 
            Constitution. S.J. Res. 10. S.J. Res. 23. S.J. Res. 24.

        Baseline Reform Act. H.R. 3578; Mr. Woodall et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 534; Mr. Woodall.

        Budget and Accounting Transparency Act. H.R. 3581; Mr. Garrett 
            et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 539; Mr. Woodall.

        Budget Control Act. H.R. 2693; Mr. Dreier.

        Budget Deficit, Resolving the. S. 1323.

        Budget, National Importance. H. Res. 516; Mr. Nugent et al.

        Congressional Budget for FY 2012. H. Con. Res. 34; Mr. Ryan of 
            Wisconsin. S. Con. Res. 19. S. Con. Res. 20. S. Con. Res. 
            21.

                Consideration of (H. Con. Res. 34). H. Res. 223; Mr. 
                    Scott of South Carolina.

        Congressional Budget for FY 2013. H. Con. Res. 112; Mr. Ryan of 
            Wisconsin. S. Con. Res. 37. S. Con. Res. 40. S. Con. Res. 
            42. S. Con. Res. 44. S. Con. Res. 52.

                Consideration of (H. Con. Res. 112). H. Res. 597; Mr. 
                    Woodall.

        Cut, Cap, and Balance Act. S. 1340.

        Debt Limit Extension. S. 3664.

        Federal Budget Deficit, to Reduce. S. 1931.

        Legally Binding Budget Act. H.R. 3575; Mrs. Black et al.

        President's Budget for FY 2012. S. Con. Res. 18.

        President's Budget for FY 2013. S. Con. Res. 41.

        Pro-Growth Budgeting Act. H.R. 3582; Mr. Price of Georgia et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 534; Mr. Woodall.

        Sequester Replacement Act of 2012. H.R. 4966; Mr. Ryan of 
            Wisconsin.

        Sequester Replacement Reconciliation Act. H.R. 5652; Mr. Ryan of 
            Wisconsin.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 648; Mr. Woodall.

        Sequestration Transparency Act of 2012. H.R. 5872; Mr. 
            Hensarling et al.

        Unfunded Mandates Information and Transparency Act of 2011. H.R. 
            373; Ms. Foxx et al.

Business Risk Mitigation and Price Stabilization Act. H.R. 2682; Mr. 
    Grimm et al.

                                    C

Captive Primate Safety Act. S. 1324.

CBO Reporting Requirements Relating to ARRA and TARP, Consolidation of 
    Certain. H.R. 6570; Mr. Garrett.

``Century Language Act of 2012, 21st''. S. 2367.

``Century Language Act of 2012, 21st'' (S. 2367): Correct Enrollment. S. 
    Con. Res. 63.

Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Security Authorization Act. H.R. 901; 
    Mr. Daniel E. Lungren of California et al.

Chesapeake Bay Gateways and Watertrails Network Reauthorization Act. S. 
    1740.

Chief of the Forest Service to Award Certain Contracts for Large Air 
    Tankers, To Allow. S. 3261.

CHILDREN, YOUTH AND FAMILIES:

        Access to Information About Missing Children Act. S. 225.

        Adam Walsh Reauthorization Act. H.R. 3796; Mr. Sensenbrenner et 
            al.

        Child and Elderly Missing Alert Program. H.R. 4305; Mr. Chabot 
            et al.

        Child and Family Services Improvement and Innovation Act. H.R. 
            2883; Mr. Davis of Kentucky et al.

        Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act. H.R. 2299; Ms. Ros-
            Lehtinen et al.

        Child Protection Act. H.R. 6063; Mr. Smith of Texas et al.

        Child Protection Improvements Act. S. 645.

        Children's Hospital GME Support Reauthorization Act. H.R. 1852; 
            Mr. Pitts et al. S. 958.

        International Child Support Recovery Improvement Act. H.R. 4282; 
            Mr. Berg et al.

        Preserving America's Family Farms Act. H.R. 4157; Mr. Latham et 
            al.

        Protect our Kids Act. H.R. 6655; Mr. Doggett et al.

        Protecting Children From Internet Pornographers Act of 2011. 
            H.R. 1981; Mr. Smith of Texas et al.

        Renewal of Authority to Approve Demonstration Projects Designed 
            to Test Innovative Strategies in State Child Welfare 
            Programs. H.R. 1194; Mr. McDermott et al.

        Servicemember Family Protection Act. H.R. 4201; Mr. Turner of 
            Ohio et al.

        Welfare Integrity and Data Improvement Act. H.R. 3659; Mr. 
            Paulsen et al.

        Welfare Integrity Now for Children and Families Act. H.R. 3567; 
            Mr. Boustany et al.

Chimney Rock National Monument Establishment Act. H.R. 2621; Mr. Tipton 
    et al.

Church Plan Investment Clarification Act. H.R. 33; Mrs. Biggert.

Citrus, Wool, and Cotton Trust Fund Act. S. 3568.

Civilian Extraterritorial Jurisdiction Act (CEJA) of 2011. S. 1145.

Civilian Property Realignment Act. H.R. 1734; Mr. Denham et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 537; Mr. Webster.

Clean Up Government Act. H.R. 2572; Mr. Sensenbrenner et al.

Clemens, William R.. H. Res. 558; Mr. Dreier.

Clothe a Homeless Hero Act. H.R. 6328; Ms. Hochul et al.

Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Act of 2011. H.R. 2838; Mr. 
    LoBiondo et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 455; Mr. Webster.

        Agree to the Senate amendments with an amendment. H. Res. 825; 
            Mr. LoBiondo.

Coast Guard Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 2012 and 2013. S. 1665.

Coins (see COMMEMORATIONS AND MEMORIALS).

Combating Military Counterfeits Act. S. 1228.

COMMEMORATIONS AND MEMORIALS:

        America's Cup Act. S. 1759.

        Buckley, James L.. H.R. 5958; Mr. Turner of New York et al.

        Coins:

                Lions Clubs International Century of Service 
                    Commemorative Coin Act. H.R. 2139; Mr. Roskam et al. 
                    S. 1299.

                March of Dimes Commemorative Coin Act. H.R. 3187; Mr. 
                    Dold et al.

                Mark Twain Commemorative Coin Act. H.R. 2453; Mr. 
                    Luetkemeyer et al.

                National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Act. 
                    H.R. 2527; Mr. Hanna et al.

                National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center 
                    Commemorative Coin Surcharges, Use of. S. 3363.

                Pro Football Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Act. H.R. 
                    4104; Mr. Renacci et al.

                United States Marshals Service 225th Anniversary 
                    Commemorative Coin Act. H.R. 886; Mr. Womack et al.

        Commemorations:

                America's Cup Act. H.R. 3321; Mr. Herger.

                Aurora, Colorado. H. Con. Res. 134; Mr. Perlmutter et 
                    al.

                Giunta, Staff Sergeant Salvatore. S. Con. Res. 3.

                Havel, Vaclav. S. Con. Res. 34.

                Holocaust Victims Remembrance Ceremony, Use of Capitol 
                    Rotunda. H. Con. Res. 33; Mr. Cantor et al. H. Con. 
                    Res. 108; Mr. Meehan et al.

                Honoring the Four United States Public Servants Who Died 
                    in Libya. H. Res. 786; Mr. Boehner et al.

                International Year for People of African Descent. S. 
                    Con. Res. 26.

                Magnitsky, Sergei. S. 1039.

                National Association for the Advancement of Colored 
                    People 102nd Anniversary. S. Con. Res. 6.

                Newtown, Connecticut Tragedy. H. Res. 833; Mr. Murphy of 
                    Connecticut et al.

                Nicklaus, Jack, Award of a Gold Medal. H.R. 4040; Mr. 
                    Baca et al.

                Pay for Printing Act. S. 3519.

                Petry, Sergeant First Class Leroy Arthur, Second Living 
                    Recipient of the Medal of Honor Since the Vietnam 
                    War. S. Con. Res. 27.

                September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks 10th Anniversary. 
                    H. Res. 391; Mr. Cantor et al.

                Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. H. 
                    Res. 775; Mr. Ryan of Wisconsin et al.

                Specter, Honorable Arlen. S. Res. 612.

                World Malaria Day. S. Con. Res. 15.

        Memorials and Monuments:

                ``Abshire Post Office Building, Sergeant Richard 
                    Franklin''. H.R. 3412; Mr. Boustany et al.

                ``Adams, Sr., United States Courthouse, Alto Lee''. H.R. 
                    1791; Mr. Rooney et al.

                ``Anderson Plaza, M.D.''. H.R. 1264; Mr. Fincher et al.

                ``Anderson Post Office, National Park Ranger 
                    Margaret.''. H.R. 5788; Mr. Reichert et al.

                ``Asbury Post Office Building, Postal Inspector Terry''. 
                    H.R. 6587; Mr. Gallegly et al.

                ``Bacon Post Office, Nicky `Nick' Daniel''. H.R. 3870; 
                    Mr. Griffin of Arkansas et al.

                ``Ballard Memorial Post Office, Lieutenant Kenneth M.''. 
                    H.R. 6260; Ms. Eshoo et al.

                ``Battin United States Courthouse, Jamed F.''. S. 3311.

                ``Bolt Post Office, Cecil E.''. H.R. 4389; Mr. Costa et 
                    al.

                ``Bond United States Courthouse, Christopher S.''. S. 
                    846.

                ``Boochever United States Courthouse, Robert''. H.R. 
                    4347; Mr. Young of Alaska. S. 2251.

                ``Broadwater Federal Building and United States 
                    Courthouse, W. Craig''. S. 307.

                ``Brown Post Office Building, Reverend Abe''. H.R. 3276; 
                    Ms. Castor of Florida et al.

                ``Brown United States Courthouse, Paul''. H.R. 6633; Mr. 
                    Hall et al.

                ``Brown United States Courthouse, R. Jess''. H.R. 1073; 
                    Mr. Thompson of Mississippi.

                ``Bush, George H.W. and George W. Bush United States 
                    Courthouse and George Mahon Federal Building.''. 
                    H.R. 362; Mr. Conaway et al.

                ``Carter, James M. and Judith N. Keep United States 
                    Courthouse''. H.R. 6166; Mrs. Davis of California et 
                    al.

                ``Chan Post Office Building, Charles ``Chip'' 
                    Lawrence''. H.R. 2548; Mr. Schock et al.

                ``Cheeks Post Office Building, First Sergeant Landres''. 
                    H.R. 3772; Mr. Thompson of Mississippi et al.

                ``Clinton-Macomb Carrier Annex, Lance Cpl. Anthony A. 
                    DiLisio.''. H.R. 5738; Mrs. Miller of Michigan et 
                    al.

                ``Cook Post Office, John J.''. H.R. 2079; Mrs. McCarthy 
                    of New York et al.

                ``Cortes Post Office, Private Isaac T.''. H.R. 3413; Mr. 
                    Crowley et al.

                ``Crocker United States Courthouse, Myron Donovan''. S. 
                    1406.

                ``Davis Post Office, Sergeant Chris''. H.R. 1632; Mr. 
                    Neugebauer et al.

                Designate Certain Federal Buildings. S. 3687.

                ``Dew Post Office, Private First Class Victor A.''. H.R. 
                    3892; Mr. McClintock et al.

                Distinguished Flying Cross National Memorial Act. H.R. 
                    320; Mr. Calvert et al.

                Fallen Heroes of 9/11 Act. H.R. 3421; Mr. Shuster et al. 
                    S. 1239.

                ``Fedder Post Office, Master Sergeant Daniel L.''. H.R. 
                    3220; Mr. Cravaack et al.

                Federal Buildings Designation Act. S. 3304.

                ``Fenton Post Office, Sergeant Matthew J.''. H.R. 789; 
                    Mr. Rothman of New Jersey et al.

                ``Fitzgerald United States Courthouse, James M.''. S. 
                    1710.

                Frank Buckles World War I Memorial Act. H.R. 6364; Mr. 
                    Poe of Texas et al.

                ``Gabriel Zimmerman Meeting Room''. H. Res. 364; Ms. 
                    Wasserman Schultz et al.

                ``Gerber Post Office Building, John Pangelinan''. H.R. 
                    1843; Ms. Bordallo.

                ``Goodall Post Office Building, First Lieutenant 
                    Oliver''. H.R. 1975; Mr. Schiff et al.

                ``Grisham Post Office, Wayne''. H.R. 2158; Ms. Linda T. 
                    Sanchez of California et al.

                ``Hartge Post Office, SPC Nicholas Scott''. H.R. 3501; 
                    Mr. Stutzman et al.

                ``Heftel Post Office Building, Cecil L.''. H.R. 2149; 
                    Ms. Hanabusa et al.

                ``Inabinett, Sr., Post Office, Representative Curtis 
                    B.''. H.R. 6379; Mr. Clyburn et al.

                ``Jackson United States Courthouse, Robert H.''. H.R. 
                    3556; Mr. Higgins et al. S. 2326.

                ``Jones Post Office Building, Lieutenant Ryan Patrick''. 
                    S. 3662.

                ``Kinnunen Post Office Building, Elizabeth L.''. H.R. 
                    3378; Mr. Benishek et al.

                ``Kling VA Clinic, William `Bill' ''. H.R. 6443; Ms. 
                    Wasserman Schultz et al.

                ``Lindley Post Office, Warren''. H.R. 1369; Mr. Boren et 
                    al.

                ``MacWilliams Post Office Building, Nelson `Mac' ''. 
                    H.R. 4062; Mr. Hunter et al.

                ``Maguire Post Office, Officer John''. S. 1412.

                ``Mann-Grandstaff Department of Veterans Affairs Medical 
                    Center''. H.R. 3197; Mrs. McMorris Rodgers et al.

                ``McMath Post Office Building, Sidney `Sid' Sanders''. 
                    H.R. 3869; Mr. Griffin of Arkansas et al.

                McNerney Post Office Building, Army First Sergeant 
                    David. H.R. 3477; Mr. Poe of Texas et al.

                ``Mechem United States Courthouse, Edwin L.''. H.R. 
                    3742; Mr. Pearce et al.

                ``Mendez Post Office, Sergeant Angel''. H.R. 2422; Mr. 
                    Grimm et al.

                ``Miller Post Office Building, Trooper Joshua D.''. H.R. 
                    2415; Mr. Barletta et al.

                ``Moore Post Office, Harry T. and Harriette.''. H.R. 
                    2338; Mr. Posey et al.

                ``Morris Post Office Building, Army Specialist Matthew 
                    Troy''. H.R. 298; Mr. Carter et al.

                ``Murray Post Office, Marine Sgt. Jeremy E.''. S. 349.

                ``National Clandestine Service of the Central 
                    Intelligence Agency NCS Officer Gregg David Wenzel 
                    Memorial Post Office''. H.R. 3593; Ms. Hayworth et 
                    al.

                National Mall Liberty Fund D.C.. S. 883.

                ``Navarro Post Office Building, Specialist Peter J.''. 
                    H.R. 3246; Mr. Akin et al.

                Neil A. Armstrong Flight Research Center and Hugh L. 
                    Dryden Aeronautical Test Range. H.R. 6612; Mr. 
                    McCarthy of California et al.

                ``O'Neill, Jr. Federal Building, Thomas P.''. H.R. 6604; 
                    Ms. Pelosi et al.

                ``O'Neill, Jr. Salt Pond Visitor Center, Thomas P.''. 
                    H.R. 4400; Mr. Markey et al.

                Oregon Caves Revitalization Act. S. 765.

                ``Pathenos Post Office Building, Lance Corporal Matthew 
                    P.''. H.R. 3247; Mr. Akin et al.

                ``Phillips Post Office, Specialist Micheal E.''. H.R. 
                    1423; Mr. Cole et al.

                Postage Stamp for Breast Cancer Research Extension. S. 
                    384.

                ``Powers, Jr. Post Office, Spencer Byrd''. S. 655.

                ``Pucino Post Office, Matthew A.''. H.R. 2062; Mr. 
                    Keating et al.

                ``Riccione Post Office, Corporal Steven Blaine''. H.R. 
                    2244; Mr. Hanna et al.

                ``Roll United States Courthouse, John M.''. S. 188.

                ``Rood Post Office Building, Roy Schallern''. H.R. 3637; 
                    Mr. Rooney et al.

                ``Ruiz Post Office Building, Private First Class 
                    Alejandro R.''. H.R. 3004; Mr. Thompson of 
                    California et al.

                ``Sabo, Jr. Post Office Building, Sergeant Leslie H.''. 
                    H.R. 5954; Mr. Altmire et al.

                ``Schertz Veterans Post Office''. H.R. 771; Mr. Cuellar 
                    et al.

                ``Schiller Post Office, Captain Rhett W.''. S. 3630.

                ``Schneider Post Office, Corporal Kyle''. H.R. 5837; Ms. 
                    Buerkle et al.

                ``Terry Border Patrol Station, Brian A.''. H.R. 2668; 
                    Mr. Issa et al.

                ``Tolentino Post Office Building, Judge Shirley A.''. 
                    H.R. 2896; Mr. Payne et al.

                ``Tomball Veterans Post Office''. H.R. 2660; Mr. McCaul 
                    et al.

                ``Trant Post Office Building, William T.''. H.R. 2767; 
                    Mr. Olver et al.

                ``Vaughn Post Office, Sergeant Jason W.''. H.R. 2213; 
                    Mr. Nunnelee et al.

                ``Velloza Post Office, Specialist Jake Robert.''. H.R. 
                    793; Ms. Woolsey et al.

                War Memorial Protection Act. H.R. 290; Mr. Hunter et al.

                ``Weaver Post Office Building, Lance Corporal Drew W.''. 
                    H.R. 3248; Mr. Akin et al.

                ``Woodhull Post Office Building, Brigadier General 
                    Nathaniel.''. H.R. 3912; Mr. Bishop of New York et 
                    al.

                World War II Memorial Prayer Act. H.R. 2070; Mr. Johnson 
                    of Ohio et al.

Commercial Seafood Consumer Protection Act. S. 50.

Commodity Futures Trading Commission, to Improve Consideration by. H.R. 
    1840; Mr. Conaway et al.

Community Shelter Protection Act. H.R. 2919; Mr. Bachus et al.

CONGRESS AND MEMBERS OF CONGRESS:

        Access to Congressionally Mandated Reports Act. H.R. 1974; Mr. 
            Quigley et al.

        Adjournments:

                January-February, 2011, House and Senate. S. Con. Res. 
                    1.

                February, 2011, House and Senate. H. Con. Res. 17; Mr. 
                    Woodall.

                March, 2011, House and Senate. H. Con. Res. 30; Mr. 
                    Woodall.

                April, 2011, House and Senate. H. Con. Res. 43; Mr. 
                    Scott of South Carolina.

                May, 2011, House and Senate. H. Con. Res. 50; Mr. 
                    Sessions.

                April, 2012, Senate and House. S. Con. Res. 38.

                April-May, 2012, Senate and House. S. Con. Res. 43.

                July, 2012, Senate and House. S. Con. Res. 51.

                August-September, 2012, Senate and House. S. Con. Res. 
                    56. S. Con. Res. 59.

                November, 2012, Senate and House. S. Con. Res. 60.

                December, 2012, Senate and House. H. Con. Res. 146; Mr. 
                    Boehner.

        Assemble Outside the Seat of Government, Consent to. H. Con. 
            Res. 1; Mr. Dreier.

        Award the Congressional Gold Medal to the Montford Point 
            Marines, Use of Emancipation Hall in the Capitol Visitor 
            Center. H. Con. Res. 128; Ms. Brown of Florida et al. S. 
            Con. Res. 45.

        Capitol Visitor Center, Emancipation Hall Marker to Acknowledge 
            the Role that Slave Labor Played in the Construction of the 
            United States Capitol. H. Con. Res. 99; Mr. Lewis of 
            Georgia.

        Celebrate the Birthday of King Kamehameha, Use of Emancipation 
            Hall in the Capitol Visitor Center. H. Con. Res. 105; Ms. 
            Hanabusa et al. S. Con. Res. 16.

        Ceremony to Award the Congressional Gold Medal to Neil A. 
            Armstrong, Edwin E. ``Buzz'' Aldrin, Jr., Michael Collins, 
            and John Herschel Glenn, Jr., Use of Capitol Rotunda. S. 
            Con. Res. 29.

        Congressional Disapproval of the Rule Submitted by the Office of 
            Family Assistance of the Administration for Children and 
            Families of the Department of Health and Human Services 
            Relating to Waiver and Expenditure Authority. H.J. Res. 118; 
            Mr. Camp et al.

        Congressional Gold Medal to Arnold Palmer, Use of Rotunda of the 
            United States Capitol. H. Con. Res. 133; Mr. Murphy of 
            Pennsylvania.

        Congressional Gold Medal to Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, Use of the 
            Rotunda of the Capitol. H. Con. Res. 135; Mr. Crowley.

        Congressional Gold Medal to Montford Point Marines. H.R. 2447; 
            Ms. Brown of Florida et al.

        Congressional Gold Medal to the 100th Infantry Battalion, 442nd 
            Regimental Combat Team and the Military Intelligence 
            Service, United States Army, Use of Emancipation Hall in the 
            Capitol Visitor Center. S. Con. Res. 28.

        Congressional Pay Freeze and Fiscal Responsibility Act. H.R. 
            6726; Mr. Fitzpatrick et al.

        District of Columbia Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run, 
            Use of Capitol Grounds. H. Con. Res. 67; H. Con. Res. 118; 
            Ms. Norton et al.

        Electoral Vote Count, Establish a Date. H.J. Res. 122; Mr. 
            Denham.

        Enrollment Requirement Waiver. H. Con. Res. 147; Ms. Ros-
            Lehtinen.

        Extension of Pay Limitation for Members of Congress and Federal 
            Employees. H.R. 3835; Mr. Duffy et al. S. 2079.

        Ford, Gerald R., Statue for Placement in the Capitol. H. Con. 
            Res. 27; Mr. Upton et al.

        ``Gabriel Zimmerman Meeting Room''. H. Res. 364; Ms. Wasserman 
            Schultz et al.

        Greater Washington Soap Box Derby, Use of the Capitol Grounds. 
            H. Con. Res. 16; H. Con. Res. 106; Mr. Hoyer et al.

        Holocaust Victims Remembrance Ceremony, Use of Capitol Rotunda. 
            H. Con. Res. 33; Mr. Cantor et al. H. Con. Res. 108; Mr. 
            Meehan et al.

        Horne, Lena, Posthumously Award a Congressional Gold Medal to. 
            H.R. 1815; Mr. Hastings of Florida et al.

        House of Representatives:

                Battery Recharging Stations for Privately Owned Vehicles 
                    in Parking Areas Under the Jurisdiction of the House 
                    of Representatives. H.R. 1402; Mr. Kildee et al.

                Buchanan, In the Matter of Allegations Relating to 
                    Vernon G.. H. Rept. 112-588; Mr. Bonner.

                Chaplain Election. H. Res. 278; Mr. Dreier.

                Clemens, William R.. H. Res. 558; Mr. Dreier.

                Clerk Election, Senate Notification. H. Res. 2; Mr. 
                    Cantor.

                Clerk of the House of Representatives, H.R. 1473, 
                    Correct Enrollment. H. Con. Res. 35; Mr. Alexander. 
                    H. Con. Res. 36; Mrs. Black et al.

                Clerk of the House of Representatives, H.R. 1540, 
                    Correct Enrollment. H. Con. Res. 92; Mr. McKeon.

                Clerk of the House of Representatives, H.R. 1627, 
                    Correct Enrollment. S. Con. Res. 55.

                Clerk of the House of Representatives, H.R. 2061, 
                    Correct Enrollment. H. Con. Res. 86; Mr. Issa.

                Clerk of the House of Representatives, H.R. 3672, 
                    Correct Enrollment. H. Con. Res. 94; Mr. Rogers of 
                    Kentucky.

                Clerk of the House of Representatives, H.R. 4240, 
                    Correct Enrollment. S. Con. Res. 58.

                Committee Membership:

                        Designate the Ranking of a Certain Named Member 
                            of a Certain Standing Committee. H. Res. 
                            830; Mr. Larson of Connecticut.

                        Majority. H. Res. 6; H. Res. 33; H. Res. 37; H. 
                            Res. 42; H. Res. 53; H. Res. 78; H. Res. 
                            155; H. Res. 168; H. Res. 202; H. Res. 263; 
                            Mr. Hensarling. H. Res. 274; Ms. Foxx. H. 
                            Res. 303; Mr. Hensarling. H. Res. 395; Ms. 
                            Foxx. H. Res. 420; H. Res. 447; Mr. 
                            Hensarling. H. Res. 751; Mr. Scott of South 
                            Carolina.

                        Minority. H. Res. 7; Mr. Capuano. H. Res. 31; H. 
                            Res. 39; H. Res. 52; H. Res. 62; H. Res. 
                            149; H. Res. 293; H. Res. 321; H. Res. 350; 
                            H. Res. 377; H. Res. 398; H. Res. 411; Mr. 
                            Larson of Connecticut. H. Res. 486; Mr. 
                            Becerra. H. Res. 553; H. Res. 590; H. Res. 
                            707; H. Res. 822; Mr. Larson of Connecticut.

                Committees:

                        Committee Funding. H. Res. 147; H. Res. 496; Mr. 
                            Daniel E. Lungren of California.

                        Job-Killing Health Care Law, Committees to 
                            Report Legislation. H. Res. 9; Mr. Dreier et 
                            al.

                                Consideration of. H. Res. 26; Mr. 
                                    Dreier.

                        To Initiate or Intervene in Judicial Proceedings 
                            to Enforce Certain Subpoenas, Authorizing 
                            the Committee on Oversight and Government 
                            Reform. H. Res. 706; Mr. Issa.

                                Consideration of. H. Res. 708; Mr. 
                                    Nugent.

                Gutierrez, In the Matter of Allegations Relating to 
                    Representative Luis V.. H. Rept. 112-192; Mr. 
                    Bonner.

                Hour of Meeting. H. Res. 10; Mr. Dreier. H. Res. 514; 
                    Mr. Cantor.

                Joint Session, President's Address. H. Con. Res. 74; Mr. 
                    Poe of Texas.

                Joint Session, President's State of the Union. H. Con. 
                    Res. 10; Mr. Cantor. H. Con. Res. 96; Mr. Reed.

                Members-Elect, Relating to the Status of. H. Res. 27; 
                    Mr. Dreier.

                Minority Employee Designations. H. Res. 8; Mr. Capuano.

                Officers Election. H. Res. 1; Mr. Hensarling.

                Official Photographs of the House. H. Res. 299; Mr. 
                    Daniel E. Lungren of California et al.

                Payne, Honorable Donald M., Death of. H. Res. 571; Mr. 
                    Smith of New Jersey. S. Res. 390.

                Presidential Notification of Assembly of Congress. H. 
                    Res. 3; H. Res. 512; Mr. Cantor.

                Presidential Notification of Election of Speaker and 
                    Clerk. H. Res. 4; Mr. Dingell.

                Question of the Privileges of the House. H. Res. 504; 
                    Ms. Edwards. H. Res. 718; Ms. Jackson Lee of Texas.

                Quorum Assembled, Senate Notification. H. Res. 2; H. 
                    Res. 513; Mr. Cantor.

                Reduction in Members' Representational Allowance. H. 
                    Res. 22; Mr. Walden.

                Richardson, In the Matter of Representative Laura. H. 
                    Res. 755; Mr. Bonner.

                Rules and Manual Revised Edition. H. Res. 836; Mr. 
                    Olson.

                Rules of the House. H. Res. 5; Mr. Cantor.

                Rules Two-Thirds Vote Waiver. H. Res. 269; Ms. Foxx. H. 
                    Res. 382; Mr. Sessions. H. Res. 409; Mr. Dreier. H. 
                    Res. 643; Mr. Woodall. H. Res. 843; Mr. Sessions.

                Rules, Motions to Suspend. H. Res. 466; Mr. Nugent. H. 
                    Res. 540; H. Res. 597; Mr. Woodall. H. Res. 631; Mr. 
                    Nugent. H. Res. 827; Mr. Sessions.

                Schmidt, In the Matter of Allegations Relating to 
                    Representative Jean. H. Rept. 112-195; Mr. Bonner.

                Sergeant-at-Arms, Election of. H. Res. 511; Mr. Cantor.

                Speaker Election, Senate Notification. H. Res. 2; Mr. 
                    Cantor.

                Staff Sergeant Salvatore A. Giunta Medal of Honor Flag 
                    Resolution. H. Res. 49; Mr. Latham et al.

                Young, In the Matter of Allegations Relating to 
                    Representative Don. H. Rept. 112-336; Mr. Bonner.

        Inaugural Address of President John F. Kennedy 50th Anniversary, 
            Use of Capitol Rotunda. S. Con. Res. 2.

        Joint Committees:

                Douglass, Frederick, Statue in Emancipation Hall of the 
                    Capitol Visitor Center. H.R. 6336; Mr. Daniel E. 
                    Lungren of California et al.

                Inaugural Ceremonies. S. Con. Res. 35.

                Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies, 
                    Use Capitol Rotunda and Emancipation Hall. S. Con. 
                    Res. 36.

                Library. H. Res. 197; Mr. Daniel E. Lungren of 
                    California et al.

                Printing. H. Res. 197; Mr. Daniel E. Lungren of 
                    California et al.

        Librarian of Congress to Accept Gifts and Bequests, Authority 
            of. H.R. 6122; Mr. Daniel E. Lungren of California.

        Library of Congress Administrative Operations Improvements. H.R. 
            1934; Mr. Daniel E. Lungren of California.

        Lying in State of the Remains of the Late Honorable Daniel K. 
            Inouye, Use of the Rotunda of the Capitol. S. Con. Res. 64.

        McGovern, Honorable George, Death of. S. Res. 607.

        National Peace Officers' Memorial Service, Use of Capitol 
            Grounds. H. Con. Res. 46; H. Con. Res. 117; Mr. Denham et 
            al.

        Nicklaus, Jack, Award of a Gold Medal to. H.R. 4040; Mr. Baca et 
            al.

        Office of the Historian. H. Res. 562; Ms. Sewell et al.

        President's Exercise of Authority to Increase the Debt Limit, 
            Disapproval of. H.J. Res. 77; H.J. Res. 98; Mr. Reed et al. 
            S.J. Res. 34.

        Printing:

                ``Hispanic Americans in Congress''. H. Con. Res. 132; 
                    Mr. Daniel E. Lungren of California et al.

                Pocket Version of the United States Constitution. H. 
                    Con. Res. 90; Mr. Harper.

        Recommending that the House of Representatives find Eric H. 
            Holder, Jr., Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice, 
            in Contempt of Congress. H. Res. 711; Mr. Issa.

        Return Measures to the Senate. H. Res. 829; Mr. Camp.

        Senate:

                Battery Recharging Stations for Privately Owned Vehicles 
                    in Parking Areas Under the Jurisdiction of the 
                    Senate. S. 739.

                Budget Deficit, Resolving the. S. 1323.

                Inouye, Honorable Daniel K., Death of. H. Res. 839; Ms. 
                    Hirono.

                Inouye, Honorable Daniel Ken, Death of. S. Res. 624.

                Pay for Printing Act. S. 3519.

                Percy, Honorable Charles H., Death of. S. Res. 271.

                President Pro Tempore, Election of. S. Res. 622.

                President's Exercise of Authority to Increase the Debt 
                    Limit, Disapproval of. S.J. Res. 25.

                Presidential Appointment Efficiency and Streamlining 
                    Act. S. 679.

                Quorum Assembled. S. Res. 2.

                Rudman, Honorable Warren B., Death of. S. Res. 604.

                Senate Committees, Authorizing Expenditures. S. Res. 81.

                Senator Paul Simon Water for the World Act. S. 641.

                Specter, Honorable Arlen. S. Res. 612.

                Wallop, Honorable Malcolm, Death of. S. Res. 268.

        Sir Winston Churchill Statue or Bust Placement in the United 
            States Capitol. H. Res. 497; Mr. Boehner.

        Stop the OverPrinting (STOP) Act. H.R. 292; Mr. Lee of New York 
            et al.

        Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act. H.R. 1148; Mr. Walz 
            of Minnesota et al. S. 2038.

        Wallenberg, Raoul, Award a Congressional Gold Medal. H.R. 3001; 
            Mr. Meeks et al.

        World War II Members of the Civil Air Patrol, Award a 
            Congressional Gold Medal to. S. 418.

Congressional Replacement of President Obama's Energy-Restricting and 
    Job-Limiting Offshore Drilling Plan. H.R. 6082; Mr. Hastings of 
    Washington et al.

Constitution of the United States, A Balanced Budget Amendment to. H.J. 
    Res. 1; H.J. Res. 2; Mr. Goodlatte et al.

Consumer Product Safety Commission. H.R. 2715; Mrs. Bono Mack et al.

Consumer Rental Purchase Agreement Act. H.R. 1588; Mr. Canseco et al.

Contaminated Drywall Safety Act. H.R. 4212; Mr. Rigell et al.

Continuing Chemical Facilities Antiterrorism Security Act. S. 473.

Coral Reef Conservation Amendments Act. S. 46.

Corolla Wild Horses Protection Act. H.R. 306; Mr. Jones et al.

Correct a Technical Error in Public Law 112-122. H.R. 5890; Mr. Dold.

COURTS AND CIVIL PROCEDURE:

        Appeal Time Clarification Act. H.R. 2633; Mr. Coble et al. S. 
            1637.

        Emergency Judicial Relief Act. S. 1014.

        Federal Courts Jurisdiction and Venue Clarification Act. H.R. 
            394; Mr. Smith of Texas et al. S. 1636.

        Guardian Accountability and Senior Protection Act. S. 1744.

        Lawsuit Abuse Reduction Act. H.R. 966; Mr. Smith of Texas et al.

        Local Courthouse Safety Act. H.R. 6185; Mrs. Adams et al. S. 
            2076.

        Redaction Authority Concerning Sensitive Security Information 
            Extension. H.R. 1059; Mr. Conyers et al.

        Removal Clarification Act. H.R. 368; Mr. Johnson of Georgia et 
            al.

        Sunshine in Litigation Act. S. 623.

        Sunshine in the Courtroom Act. S. 410.

        Televising Supreme Court Proceedings, to Permit. S. 1945.

CRIMES AND CRIME PREVENTION:

        Adam Walsh Reauthorization Act. H.R. 3796; Mr. Sensenbrenner et 
            al.

        Border Tunnel Prevention Act. H.R. 4119; Mr. Reyes et al. S. 
            1236.

        Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant Act. S. 2554.

        Child Protection Act. H.R. 6063; Mr. Smith of Texas et al.

        Combating Dangerous Synthetic Stimulants Act. S. 409.

        Combating Designer Drugs Act. S. 839.

        Counterfeit Drug Penalty Enhancement Act. H.R. 3668; Mr. Meehan 
            et al. S. 1886.

        Criminal Infringement of a Copyright. S. 978.

        Cyber Crime Protection Security Act. S. 2111.

        Drug Trafficking Safe Harbor Elimination Act. H.R. 313; Mr. 
            Smith of Texas et al.

        Federal Law Enforcement Recruitment and Retention Act. H.R. 
            1550; Mr. Pierluisi et al.

        Finding Fugitive Sex Offenders Act. S. 671.

        Identity Theft Improvement Act. H.R. 2552; Mr. Goodlatte et al.

        Investigative Assistance for Violent Crimes Act. H.R. 2076; Mr. 
            Gowdy et al. S. 1793.

        Jaime Zapata Border Enforcement Security Task Force Act. H.R. 
            915; Mr. Cuellar et al.

        Justice for All Reauthorization Act. S. 250.

        Juvenile Accountability Block Grant Reauthorization and the 
            Bullying Prevention and Intervention Act. H.R. 6019; Ms. 
            Jackson Lee of Texas et al.

        Katie Sepich Enhanced DNA Collection Act. H.R. 6014; Mr. Schiff 
            et al.

        Missing Alzheimer's Disease Patient Alert Program 
            Reauthorization Act. H.R. 2800; Ms. Waters et al.

        Officer Safety Act of 2012. S. 2276.

        Personal Data Privacy and Security Act. S. 1151.

        Personal Data Protection and Breach Accountability Act. S. 1535.

        Protecting Children From Internet Pornographers Act of 2011. 
            H.R. 1981; Mr. Smith of Texas et al.

        Public Corruption Prosecution Improvements Act. S. 401.

        Public Safety Officers' Benefits Improvements Act. H.R. 4018; 
            Mr. Fitzpatrick et al.

        Safe Doses Act. H.R. 4223; Mr. Sensenbrenner et al.

        SAVE Native Women Act. S. 1763.

        SECURE Facilities Act. S. 772.

        Small Business Contracting Fraud Prevention Act. S. 633.

        Stolen Valor Act. H.R. 1775; Mr. Heck et al.

        STOP Identity Theft Act. H.R. 4362; Ms. Wasserman Schultz et al.

        Strengthening Investigations of Sex Offenders and Missing 
            Children Act. S. 1792.

        Targeting Transnational Drug Trafficking Act. S. 1612.

        Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act. S. 1301.

        Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act. H.R. 4970; Mrs. 
            Adams et al. S. 2338.

                Consideration of (H.R. 4970). H. Res. 656; Ms. Foxx.

Currency Exchange Rate Oversight Reform Act. S. 1619.

Currency Reform for Fair Trade Act (H.R. 639): consideration of. H. Res. 
    310; Mr. Critz.

Cut Federal Spending Act. S. 162.

Cut, Cap, and Balance Act. H.R. 2560; Mr. Chaffetz et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 355; Mr. Woodall.

Cutting Federal Unnecessary and Expensive Leasing Act. H.R. 6324; Mr. 
    Hanna et al.

Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act. H.R. 3523; Mr. Rogers of 
    Michigan et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 631; Mr. Nugent.

Cybersecurity Act. S. 2105. S. 3414.

Cybersecurity Enhancement Act. H.R. 2096; Mr. McCaul et al.

                                    D

Dangerous Synthetic Drug Control Act. S. 605.

DART Act. S. 1998.

DATA Act. H.R. 2146; Mr. Issa et al.

Data Breach Notification Act. S. 1408.

Death in Custody Reporting Act. H.R. 2189; Mr. Scott of Virginia et al.

Deepwater Horizon Survivors' Fairness Act. S. 183.

DEFENSE DEPARTMENT:

        Department of Defense Authorization, FY 2012. S. 1254.

        Modification of Program Guidance Relating to the Award of Post-
            Deployment/Mobilization Respite Absence Administrative 
            Absence Days to Members of the Reserve Components. H.R. 
            4045; Mr. Kline et al.

        National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2006 
            Amendment to Section 1059(e). H.R. 6223; Mr. Dent et al.

        National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012. H.R. 
            1540; Mr. McKeon et al. S. 1867.

                Consideration of (H.R. 1540). H. Res. 269; Ms. Foxx.

                Consideration of (H.R. 1540). H. Res. 276; Mr. Bishop of 
                    Utah.

                Consideration of the conference report (H.R. 1540). H. 
                    Res. 493; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

        National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2013. H.R. 
            4310; Mr. McKeon et al. S. 3254.

                Consideration of (H.R. 4310). H. Res. 656; Ms. Foxx.

                Consideration of (H.R. 4310). H. Res. 661; Mr. Bishop of 
                    Utah.

                Consideration of the conference report (H.R. 4310). H. 
                    Res. 840; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

        National Defense Authorization Act, FY 2012. S. 1253.

        Operation Odyssey Dawn. H. Res. 208; Mr. Cole et al.

        Reduction in Amounts Otherwise Authorized to be Appropriated to 
            the Department of Defense for Printing and Reproduction. 
            H.R. 1246; Mr. West.

Dental Emergency Responder Act. H.R. 570; Mr. Burgess et al.

Department of Homeland Security Authorization Act. H.R. 3116; Mr. King 
    of New York et al. S. 1546. S. 1546.

Department of State Rewards Program Update and Technical Corrections 
    Act. S. 2318.

Designation of Individual Authorized to Make Campaign Committee 
    Disbursements in Event of Death of Candidate. H.R. 406; Mr. Jones et 
    al.

DHS Accountability Act. H.R. 5913; Mr. McCaul et al.

Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Extension of the 
    Incumbent Term. S. 1103.

Disaster Assistance Recoupment Fairness Act. S. 792.

Disaster Loan Fairness Act. H.R. 6296; Mr. Barletta et al.

DISCHARGE PETITIONS:

        Pursuant to clause 2, rule XV:

                1. Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 639) to 
                    amend title VII of the Tariff Act of 1930 to clarify 
                    that countervailing duties may be imposed to address 
                    subsidies relating to a fundamentally undervalued 
                    currency of any foreign country, Filed July 6, 2011. 
                    H. Res. 310; Mr. Critz.

                2. Providing for consideration of H.R. 1297, Ensuring 
                    Pay for Our Military Act; Filed July 14, 2011. H.R. 
                    1297; Mr. Gohmert.

                3. Providing for consideration of H.R. 1148, Stop 
                    Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act; Filed 
                    February 1, 2012. H.R. 1148; Mr. Walz of Minnesota.

                4. Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 4010) 
                    to amend the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 
                    to provide for additional disclosure requirements 
                    for corporations, labor organizations, and other 
                    entities, and for other purposes; Filed July 12, 
                    2012. H.R. 4010; Mr. Van Hollen.

                5. Providing for consideration of the bill (H.R. 6083) 
                    to provide for the reform and continuation of 
                    agricultural and other programs of the Department of 
                    Agriculture through fiscal year 2017, and for other 
                    purposes; Filed September 13, 2012. H. Res. 739; Mr. 
                    Braley of Iowa.

                6. Providing for consideration of H.R. 15, a bill to 
                    amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to provide 
                    tax relief to middle-class families; Filed Dec. 4, 
                    2012. H.R. 15; Mr. Walz of Minnesota.

DISCLOSE Act of 2012. S. 3369.

Disclosure of Information on Spending on Campaigns Leads to Open and 
    Secure Elections Act of 2012. H.R. 4010; Mr. Van Hollen et al.

Discount Pricing Consumer Protection Act. S. 75.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:

        D.C. Courts and Public Defender Service Act. S. 1379.

        Development of the Southwest Waterfront in the District of 
            Columbia, to Promote. H.R. 2297; Ms. Norton.

        District of Columbia Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. 
            H.R. 3803; Mr. Franks of Arizona et al.

        District of Columbia Special Election Reform Act. H.R. 3902; Ms. 
            Norton.

        District of Columbia Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run, 
            Use of Capitol Grounds. H. Con. Res. 67; H. Con. Res. 118; 
            Ms. Norton et al.

        Douglass, Frederick, Statue in Emancipation Hall of the Capitol 
            Visitor Center. H.R. 6336; Mr. Daniel E. Lungren of 
            California et al.

        Hatch Act Modernization Act. S. 2170.

        National Mall Liberty Fund D.C.. S. 883.

        National Women's History Museum Act. S. 680.

        ``O'Neill, Jr. Federal Building, Thomas P.''. H.R. 6604; Ms. 
            Pelosi et al.

        Peace Corps Commemorative Foundation. S. 1421.

        Requirement that Judges on United States Court of Appeals for 
            Veterans Claims Reside Within Fifty Miles of District of 
            Columbia. S. 2045.

        Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Act. H.R. 471; Mr. 
            Boehner et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 186; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

        United States Secret Service Retirement Act of 2012. S. 1515.

        World War II Memorial Prayer Act. H.R. 2070; Mr. Johnson of Ohio 
            et al.

Diversity Immigrant Program Elimination. H.R. 704; Mr. Goodlatte et al.

Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. H.R. 1573; 
    Mr. Lucas et al.

Drug-Free Communities Support Program Through Fiscal Year 2017 
    Extension. S. 2159.

                                    E

Economic Development Revitalization Act. S. 782.

Economic Espionage Penalty Enhancement Act. S. 678.

EDUCATION:

        Education Sciences Reform Act Technical Amendment. S. 365.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 384; Mr. Dreier.

        Education Sciences Reform Act Technical Amendment (S. 365): 
            Correct Enrollment. H. Con. Res. 70; Mr. Sessions.

        Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 Amendment. S. 
            3578.

        Empowering Parents through Quality Charter Schools Act. H.R. 
            2218; Mr. Hunter et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 392; Ms. Foxx.

        Encouraging Innovation and Effective Teachers Act. H.R. 3990; 
            Mr. Kline et al.

        Protecting Academic Freedom in Higher Education Act. H.R. 2117; 
            Ms. Foxx et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 563; Ms. Foxx.

        Protection for Certain Veterans Otherwise Subject to Reduction 
            in Educational Assistance Benefits. S. 745.

        Setting New Priorities in Education Spending Act. H.R. 1891; Mr. 
            Hunter et al.

        State and Local Funding Flexibility Act. H.R. 2445; Mr. Kline et 
            al.

        Stop the Student Loan Interest Rate Hike Act. S. 2343.

        Student Success Act. H.R. 3989; Mr. Kline et al.

        Teachers and First Responders Back to Work Act. S. 1723.

        Uninterrupted Scholars Act. S. 3472.

Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program Reauthorization 
    Act. H.R. 6062; Mr. Marino et al.

Election Support Consolidation and Efficiency Act. H.R. 672; Mr. Harper 
    et al.

Electronic Fund Transfer Act Amendment. H.R. 4367; Mr. Luetkemeyer et 
    al.

Eligibility Requirements for Membership in Blue Star Mothers of American 
    Inc., Modification of. H.R. 2815; Mr. Tipton et al.

Eliminate Privacy Notice Confusion Act. H.R. 5817; Mr. Luetkemeyer et 
    al.

Empowering States to Innovate Act. S. 248.

End Trafficking in Government Contracting Act. S. 2234.

ENERGY AND FUELS:

        Advanced Vehicle Technology Act. S. 734.

        Advancing Offshore Wind Production Act. H.R. 2173; Mr. Wittman 
            et al.

        Alaskan Energy for American Jobs Act. H.R. 3407; Mr. Hastings of 
            Washington et al.

        Alternative Fuel Vehicles Competitiveness and Energy Security 
            Act. S. 1001.

        American Energy and Infrastructure Jobs Act. H.R. 7; Mr. Mica et 
            al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 547; Mr. Webster.

        American Energy and Infrastructure Jobs Financing Act. H.R. 
            3864; Mr. Camp.

        American Energy Manufacturing Technical Corrections Act. H.R. 
            6582; Mr. Aderholt et al.

        American Taxpayer and Western Area Power Administration Customer 
            Protection Act. H.R. 2915; Mr. McClintock.

        Better Use of Light Bulbs Act. H.R. 2417; Mr. Barton of Texas et 
            al.

        BLM Live Internet Auctions Act. H.R. 2752; Mr. Johnson of Ohio 
            et al.

        Bonneville Unit Clean Hydropower Facilitation Act. H.R. 460; Mr. 
            Chaffetz et al. S. 499.

        Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement. 
            H.R. 2803; Mr. Faleomavaega.

        Bureau of Reclamation Small Conduit Hydropower Development and 
            Rural Jobs Act. H.R. 2842; Mr. Tipton et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 570; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

        Carbon Dioxide Capture Technology Prize. S. 757.

        Clean Energy Financing Act. S. 1510.

        Close Big Oil Tax Loopholes Act. S. 940.

        Coal Miner Employment and Domestic Energy Infrastructure 
            Protection Act. H.R. 3409; Mr. Johnson of Ohio et al.

        Coal Residuals Reuse and Management Act. H.R. 2273; Mr. McKinley 
            et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 431; Mr. Scott of South 
                    Carolina.

        Collinsville Renewable Energy Promotion Act. H.R. 5625; Mr. 
            Murphy of Connecticut.

        Congressional Replacement of President Obama's Energy-
            Restricting and Job-Limiting Offshore Drilling Plan. H.R. 
            6082; Mr. Hastings of Washington et al.

        Cutting Federal Red Tape to Facilitate Renewable Energy Act. 
            H.R. 2170; Mr. Hastings of Washington et al.

        Denali National Park and Preserve Natural Gas Pipeline. S. 302.

        Department of Energy Administrative Improvement Act. S. 1160.

        Department of Energy Carbon Capture and Sequestration Program 
            Amendments Act. S. 699.

        Department of Energy National Security Act. S. 1256.

        Enabling Energy Saving Innovations Act. H.R. 4850; Mr. Aderholt.

        Energy and Water Integration Act. S. 1343.

        Energy Freedom and Economic Prosperity Act. S. 2064.

        Energy Policy Act of 2005 Amendment. S. 3563.

        Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act. S. 1000.

        Energy Security and Transportation Jobs Act. H.R. 3410; Mr. 
            Stivers et al.

        Energy Tax Prevention Act. H.R. 910; Mr. Upton et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 203; Mr. Sessions.

        Establishment of Under Secretary for Energy, Lands, and Minerals 
            and Assistant Secretary of Ocean Energy and Safety. H.R. 
            3404; Mr. Hastings of Washington.

        Exploring for Geothermal Energy on Federal Lands Act. H.R. 2171; 
            Mr. Labrador et al.

        Federal Power Act Amendment. S. 1342.

        Gasoline Regulations Act. H.R. 4471; Mr. Whitfield et al.

        Geothermal Exploration and Technology Act. S. 1142.

        Geothermal Production Expansion Act. S. 1149.

        Hydropower Improvement Act. S. 629.

        Implementation of National Consensus Appliance Agreements Act. 
            S. 398.

        Jobs and Energy Permitting Act. H.R. 2021; Mr. Gardner et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 316; Mr. Nugent.

        Keystone XL Pipeline. S. 1932.

        Little Wood River Ranch, Extension of Time for Federal Energy 
            Regulatory Commission Project. S. 333.

        Marine and Hydrokinetic Renewable Energy Promotion Act. S. 630.

        National Petroleum Reserve Alaska Access Act. H.R. 2150; Mr. 
            Hastings of Washington et al.

        Native American Energy Act. H.R. 3973; Mr. Young of Alaska et 
            al.

        New York City Natural Gas Supply Enhancement Act. H.R. 2606; Mr. 
            Grimm et al.

        No More Solyndras Act. H.R. 6213; Mr. Upton et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 779; Mr. Sessions.

        North American Energy Access Act. H.R. 3548; Mr. Terry et al.

        North American-Made Energy Security Act. H.R. 1938; Mr. Terry et 
            al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 370; Mr. Webster.

        Nuclear Energy Research Initiative Improvement Act. S. 1067.

        Nuclear Power 2021 Act. S. 512.

        Oil and Gas Facilitation Act. S. 916.

        PIONEERS Act. H.R. 3408; Mr. Lamborn.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 547; Mr. Webster.

        Pipeline Infrastructure and Community Protection Act. H.R. 2937; 
            Mr. Upton et al.

        Pipeline Safety, Regulatory Certainty, and Job Creation Act. 
            H.R. 2845; Mr. Shuster et al.

        Pipeline Transportation Safety Improvement Act. S. 275.

        Planning for American Energy Act. H.R. 4381; Mr. Tipton et al.

        POWER Act. H.R. 2360; Mr. Landry et al.

        President Obama's Proposed 2012-2017 Offshore Drilling Lease 
            Sale Plan Act. H.R. 6168; Mr. Hastings of Washington.

        Providing Leasing Certainty for American Energy Act. H.R. 4382; 
            Mr. Coffman of Colorado et al.

        Putting the Gulf of Mexico Back to Work Act. H.R. 1229; Mr. 
            Hastings of Washington et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 245; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

        Repeal Big Oil Tax Subsidies Act. S. 2204.

        Restarting American Offshore Leasing Now Act. H.R. 1230; Mr. 
            Hastings of Washington et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 245; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

        Reversing President Obama's Offshore Moratorium Act. H.R. 1231; 
            Mr. Hastings of Washington et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 257; Mr. Reed.

        Small-Scale Hydropower Enhancement Act of 2011. H.R. 795; Mr. 
            Smith of Nebraska et al.

        Strategic Energy Production Act. H.R. 4480; Mr. Gardner et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 691; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

        Streamlining Permitting of American Energy Act. H.R. 4383; Mr. 
            Lamborn et al.

        Ten Million Solar Roofs Act. S. 1108.

        Utilizing America's Federal Lands for Wind Energy Act. H.R. 
            2172; Mrs. Noem et al.

Enforcing Orders and Reducing Customs Evasion Act. S. 3524.

Ensuring the Full Faith and Credit of the United States and Protecting 
    America's Soldiers and Seniors Act. S. 1420.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND CONSERVATION:

        Asthma Inhalers Relief Act. H.R. 6190; Mr. Burgess et al.

        Cement Sector Regulatory Relief Act. H.R. 2681; Mr. Sullivan et 
            al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 419; Mr. Nugent.

        Coral Reef Conservation Amendments Act. S. 46.

        Environmental Crimes Enforcement Act. S. 350.

        Environmental Protection Agency Relating to Emission Standards 
            for Certain Steam Generating Units, To Disapprove a Rule 
            Promulgated by the Administrator. S.J. Res. 37.

        Environmental Protection Agency, Disapproving a Rule Relating to 
            the Mitigation by States of Cross-Border Air Pollution Under 
            the Clean Air Act. S.J. Res. 27.

        EPA Regulatory Relief Act. H.R. 2250; Mr. Griffith of Virginia 
            et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 419; Mr. Nugent.

        Farm Dust Regulation Prevention Act. H.R. 1633; Mrs. Noem et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 487; Mr. Webster.

        Farmer's Privacy Act. H.R. 5961; Mrs. Capito et al.

        Farmers Undertake Environmental Land Stewardship Act. H.R. 3158; 
            Mr. Crawford et al.

        Hazardous Waste Electronic Manifest Establishment Act. S. 710.

        Mesquite Lands Act Amendment. H.R. 2745; Mr. Heck et al.

        National Fish Habitat Conservation Act. S. 1201.

        Neotropical Migratory Bird Conservation Act Amendment. S. 538.

        North American Wetlands Conservation Extension Act. S. 2282.

        Pipeline Infrastructure and Community Protection Act. H.R. 2937; 
            Mr. Upton et al.

        Resolving Environmental and Grid Reliability Conflicts Act. H.R. 
            4273; Mr. Olson et al.

        Strengthening Protections for Children and Communities From 
            Disease Clusters Act. S. 76.

        Transparency in Regulatory Analysis of Impacts on the Nation Act 
            of 2011. H.R. 2401; Mr. Sullivan et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 406; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

Equity in Government Compensation Act. H.R. 1221; Mr. Bachus et al.

Excess Federal Building and Property Disposal Act. H.R. 665; Mr. 
    Chaffetz et al.

Expedited Line-Item Veto and Rescissions Act. H.R. 3521; Mr. Ryan of 
    Wisconsin et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 540; Mr. Woodall.

Export Promotion Reform Act. H.R. 4041; Mr. Berman et al.

                                    F

FAA Air Transportation Modernization and Safety Improvement Act. S. 223.

Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act. H.R. 3012; Mr. Chaffetz et al.

Farm Dust Regulation Prevention Act. H.R. 1633; Mrs. Noem et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 487; Mr. Webster.

Farmers Undertake Environmental Land Stewardship Act. H.R. 3158; Mr. 
    Crawford et al.

Faster FOIA Act. S. 627. S. 1466.

        Consideration of (S. 627). H. Res. 375; Mr. Dreier.

        Consideration of (S. 627). H. Res. 383; Mr. Dreier.

FDA User Fee Corrections Act. H.R. 6433; Mr. Upton et al.

Federal Acquisition Institute Improvement Act. S. 762.

Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act (H.R. 6083): 
    consideration of. H. Res. 739; Mr. Braley of Iowa.

Federal Budget Deficit, to Reduce. S. 1931.

Federal Communications Commission Consolidated Reporting Act. H.R. 3310; 
    Mr. Scalise et al.

Federal Communications Commission Process Reform Act. H.R. 3309; Mr. 
    Walden et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 595; Mr. Webster.

Federal Customer Service Enhancement Act. H.R. 538; Mr. Cuellar et al.

Federal Employees (see LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT).

Federal Information Security Amendments Act. H.R. 4257; Mr. Issa et al.

Federal Land Transaction Facilitation Act Reauthorization. S. 714.

Federal Real Property Asset Management Reform Act. S. 2178.

Federal Reserve Transparency Act. H.R. 459; Mr. Paul et al.

Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act. H.R. 347; Mr. 
    Rooney et al. S. 1794.

FEMA Reauthorization Act. H.R. 2903; Mr. Denham et al.

Fighting Fraud to Protect Taxpayers Act. S. 890.

FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS:

        Affiliate Transactions, Treatment of. H.R. 2779; Mr. Stivers et 
            al.

        Burdensome Data Collection Relief Act. H.R. 1062; Ms. Hayworth 
            et al.

        Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection Transfer Clarification 
            Act. H.R. 1667; Mrs. Capito et al.

        Business Risk Mitigation and Price Stabilization Act. H.R. 2682; 
            Mr. Grimm et al.

        Consumer Financial Protection Safety and Soundness Improvement 
            Act. H.R. 1315; Mr. Duffy et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 358; Mr. Sessions.

        Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act 
            Amendment. H.R. 3128; Mr. Grimm et al.

        Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, to 
            Repeal. H.R. 1838; Ms. Hayworth.

        Entrepreneur Access to Capital Act. H.R. 2930; Mr. McHenry et 
            al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 453; Mr. Sessions.

        Export-Import Bank of the United States Reauthorization. S. 
            1547.

        FDIA Amendments Regarding Disclosures to the Bureau of Consumer 
            Financial Protection. H.R. 4014; Mr. Huizenga of Michigan et 
            al.

        Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to Study the Impact of 
            Insured Depository Institution Failures. H.R. 2056; Mr. 
            Westmoreland et al.

        Securing American Jobs Through Exports Act. H.R. 2072; Mr. Gary 
            G. Miller of California et al.

        Securities Exchange Act of 1934 Amendment. H.R. 2827; Mr. Dold 
            et al.

        Shareholder Registration Threshold. H.R. 1965; Mr. Himes et al.

Fire Grants Reauthorization Act. S. 550.

FISA Amendments Act Extension of Certain Amendments. S. 3276.

FISA Amendments Act Reauthorization Act of 2012. H.R. 5949; Mr. Smith of 
    Texas et al.

FISA Sunsets Extension Act. H.R. 514; Mr. Sensenbrenner et al. S. 289.

        Consideration of (H.R. 514). H. Res. 79; Mr. Dreier.

FISA Sunsets Reauthorization Act. H.R. 1800; Mr. Sensenbrenner et al.

Fish and Fisheries (see MARINE AND MARITIME).

Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973 Technical Corrections. S. 3677.

Flood Insurance Reform Act. H.R. 1309; Mrs. Biggert et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 340; Mr. Sessions.

        Request Return of Papers. H. Res. 368; Mrs. Biggert.

Flood Insurance Reform and Modernization Act. S. 1940.

Food and Drug Administration Reform Act of 2012. H.R. 5651; Mr. Upton et 
    al.

Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act. S. 2516. S. 
    3187.

Food Safety Accountability Act. S. 216.

FOREIGN RELATIONS AND POLICY:

        Afghanistan. H. Con. Res. 28; Mr. Kucinich et al.

        African Growth and Opportunity Act Amendments. S. 3326.

        Assessing Progress in Haiti Act. H.R. 1016; Ms. Lee of 
            California et al.

        Belarus Democracy and Human Rights Act. H.R. 515; Mr. Smith of 
            New Jersey et al.

        Bulgaria. H. Res. 834; Mr. Kelly et al.

        Burma. H.R. 6431; Mr. Royce.

        Burmese. H.R. 5986; Mr. Camp et al.

        Burmese Freedom and Democracy Act. H.J. Res. 66; Mr. Crowley et 
            al.

        Chinese Exclusion Act. H. Res. 683; Ms. Chu et al.

        Department of State Rewards Program Update and Technical 
            Corrections Act. S. 2318.

        Dominican Republic. H.R. 5986; Mr. Camp et al.

        Egypt. H. Res. 193; Mr. Frank of Massachusetts et al. S. 618. S. 
            2327.

        European Union Emissions Trading Scheme Prohibition Act. H.R. 
            2594; Mr. Mica et al. S. 1956.

        Foreign Aid Transparency and Accountability Act. H.R. 3159; Mr. 
            Poe of Texas et al. S. 3310.

        Foreign and Economic Espionage Penalty Enhancement Act. H.R. 
            6029; Mr. Smith of Texas et al.

        Foreign Cultural Exchange Jurisdictional Immunity Clarification 
            Act. H.R. 4086; Mr. Chabot et al.

        Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 2012. H.R. 
            2583; Ms. Ros-Lehtinen.

        Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 2013. H.R. 
            6018; Ms. Ros-Lehtinen.

        Haiti Reforestation Act of 2011. S. 1023.

        Haitian-American Enterprise Fund Act. S. 954.

        Haqqani Network Terrorist Designation Act. S. 1959.

        Havel, Vaclav. S. Con. Res. 34.

        Increasing American Jobs Through Greater Exports to Africa Act. 
            S. 2215.

        Intercountry Adoption Universal Accreditation Act. S. 3331.

        International Religious Freedom Act of 1998 Reauthorization. 
            H.R. 2867; Mr. Wolf et al.

        Iran. H. Res. 134; Mr. Dold et al. H. Res. 556; Mr. Pitts et al. 
            H. Res. 568; H.R. 1905; H.R. 2105; Ms. Ros-Lehtinen et al. 
            H.R. 3783; Mr. Duncan of South Carolina et al. S. 2101. S.J. 
            Res. 41.

                Agree to the Senate amendment with amendment (H.R. 
                    1905). H. Res. 750; Ms. Ros-Lehtinen.

        Israel. H. Res. 813; Ms. Ros-Lehtinen et al. H.R. 3992; Mr. 
            Berman et al. H.R. 4133; Mr. Cantor et al. S. 2165.

        Israeli-Palestinian. H. Res. 268; Mr. Cantor et al.

        Korean War. H. Res. 376; Mr. Rangel et al.

        Libya. H. Res. 208; H. Res. 209; Mr. Cole et al. H. Res. 292; 
            Mr. Boehner. H.R. 2278; Mr. Rooney. H.J. Res. 68; Mr. 
            Hastings of Florida. H. Con. Res. 51; Mr. Kucinich et al. 
            S.J. Res. 13. S.J. Res. 14. S.J. Res. 20.

                Consideration of (H. Res. 292). H. Res. 294; Mr. Scott 
                    of South Carolina.

                Consideration of (H.R. 2278). H. Res. 328; Mr. Woodall.

                Consideration of (H.J. Res. 68). H. Res. 328; Mr. 
                    Woodall.

                Consideration of (H. Con. Res. 51). H. Res. 294; Mr. 
                    Scott of South Carolina.

        Libya, Egypt, and Yemen, Condemning the Attacks on United States 
            Diplomatic Facilities. H. Res. 786; Mr. Boehner et al.

        Limitation on Foreign Assistance. S. 3576.

        Mexico. S. 126.

        Moldova. H.R. 6156; Mr. Camp et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 808; Mr. Dreier.

        North Korea. H.R. 1464; Mr. Royce et al. H.R. 2105; H. Con. Res. 
            145; Ms. Ros-Lehtinen et al.

        North Korean Human Rights Act of 2004. H.R. 4240; Ms. Ros-
            Lehtinen et al.

        Pakistan. S. 3269.

        Promote Religious Freedom of Religious Minorities, Near East and 
            South Central Asia. H.R. 440; Mr. Wolf et al.

        Quadrennial Diplomacy and Development Review Act. S. 3341.

        Republic of Georgia. H. Res. 526; Mr. Shuster et al.

        Republic of Turkey. H. Res. 306; Mr. Royce et al.

        Russian Federation. H.R. 6156; Mr. Camp et al. S. 1039.

                Consideration of (H.R. 6156). H. Res. 808; Mr. Dreier.

        Russian Federation and Moldova. S. 3406.

        Socialist Republic of Vietnam. H. Res. 484; Ms. Loretta Sanchez 
            of California et al.

        Sudan. H.R. 5986; Mr. Camp et al. S. Con. Res. 25.

        Syria. H.R. 2105; Ms. Ros-Lehtinen et al. S. 2152. S. 2224.

        Taiwan. S. Con. Res. 17.

        Tunisia. S. 618.

        United Nations Population Fund, to Prohibit Funding to. H.R. 
            2059; Mrs. Ellmers et al.

        United States-Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement Implementation 
            Act. H.R. 3078; Mr. Cantor et al. S. 1641.

                Consideration of (H.R. 3078). H. Res. 425; Mr. Dreier.

        United States-Korea Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act. 
            H.R. 3080; Mr. Cantor et al. S. 1642.

                Consideration of (H.R. 3080). H. Res. 425; Mr. Dreier.

        United States-Panama Trade Promotion Agreement Implementation 
            Act. H.R. 3079; Mr. Cantor et al. S. 1643.

                Consideration of (H.R. 3079). H. Res. 425; Mr. Dreier.

        Vietnam. H.R. 1410; Mr. Smith of New Jersey et al.

Forests (see PUBLIC LANDS).

Former Charleston Naval Base Land Exchange Act. S. 869.

Former Charleston Naval Base Land Exchange Act of 2012. S. 2061.

Fourth Amendment Restoration Act. S. 1050.

Full Faith and Credit Act. S. 163.

Full Implementation of the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards 
    Act. H.R. 908; Mr. Murphy of Pennsylvania et al.

Furthering Asbestos Claim Transparency (FACT) Act. H.R. 4369; Mr. Quayle 
    et al.

                                    G

GAO Mandates Revision Act. S. 3315.

GAPS Act. H.R. 4005; Ms. Hahn et al.

Geithner, Secretary of the Treasury Timothy. S.J. Res. 26.

Generalized System of Preferences Extension. H.R. 2832; Mr. Camp et al.

Global Investment in American Jobs Act. H.R. 5910; Mr. Dold et al.

Government Accountability Office Improvement Act. S. 237.

Government Accountability Office Study of Transactions Between Large 
    Financial Companies and the Federal Government. S. 3709.

Government Charge Card Abuse Prevention Act. S. 300.

Government Litigation Savings Act. H.R. 1996; Mrs. Lummis et al.

Government Shutdown. S. 388.

Government Shutdown Prevention Act. H.R. 1255; Mr. Womack et al. S. 768.

        Consideration of (H.R. 1255). H. Res. 194; Mr. Woodall.

Government Spending Accountability Act. H.R. 4631; Mr. Walsh of Illinois 
    et al.

GRANT Act. H.R. 3433; Mr. Lankford et al.

Grazing Improvement Act. H.R. 4234; Mr. Labrador et al.

Great Ape Protection and Cost Savings Act. S. 810.

                                    H

Harmful Algal Blooms and Hypoxia Research and Control Amendments Act. 
    H.R. 2484; Mr. Harris et al. S. 1701.

Hatch Act Modernization Act. S. 2170.

HEALTH:

        Access to Professional Health Insurance Advisors Act. H.R. 1206; 
            Mr. Rogers of Michigan et al.

        American Health Benefit Exchanges. H.R. 1213; Mr. Upton et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 236; Mr. Reed.

        Asthma Inhalers Relief Act. H.R. 6190; Mr. Burgess et al.

        Calculation of Modified Adjusted Gross Income for Determining 
            Certain Healthcare Program Eligibility, Modification of. 
            H.R. 2576; Mrs. Black et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 448; Mr. Scott of South 
                    Carolina.

        Children's Hospital GME Support Reauthorization Act. H.R. 1852; 
            Mr. Pitts et al. S. 958.

        Combating Autism Reauthorization Act. H.R. 2005; Mr. Smith of 
            New Jersey et al. S. 1094.

        Dental Emergency Responder Act. H.R. 570; Mr. Burgess et al.

        Empowering States to Innovate Act. S. 248.

        Fiscal Responsibility and Retirement Security Act. H.R. 1173; 
            Mr. Boustany et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 522; Mr. Sessions.

        Food and Drug Administration Safety and Innovation Act. S. 2516. 
            S. 3187.

        Health Care Bureaucrats Elimination Act. S. 2118.

        Health Professional Shortage Areas, to Modify Requirements for 
            Admission of Nonimmigrant Nurses. H.R. 1933; Mr. Smith of 
            Texas et al.

        Help Efficient, Accessible, Low-cost, Timely Healthcare (HEALTH) 
            Act. H.R. 5; Mr. Gingrey of Georgia et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 591; Mr. Nugent.

                Request Return of Papers. H. Res. 596; Mr. Webster.

        Job-Killing Health Care Law. H. Res. 9; Mr. Dreier et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 26; Mr. Dreier.

        Medical FSA Improvement Act. H.R. 1004; Mr. Boustany et al.

        Medical Preparedness Allowable Use Act. H.R. 5997; Mr. Bilirakis 
            et al.

        Medicare Decisions Accountability Act. H.R. 452; Mr. Roe of 
            Tennessee et al.

        Medicare Identity Theft Prevention Act. H.R. 1509; Mr. Sam 
            Johnson of Texas et al.

        Medicare IVIG Access Act. H.R. 1845; Mr. Brady of Texas et al.

        Missing Alzheimer's Disease Patient Alert Program 
            Reauthorization Act. H.R. 2800; Ms. Waters et al.

        National Pediatric Research Network Act. H.R. 6163; Mrs. 
            McMorris Rodgers et al.

        Outreach to People With Disabilities During Emergencies Act. 
            H.R. 5806; Ms. Richardson et al.

        Pancreatic Cancer Research and Education Act. H.R. 733; Ms. 
            Eshoo et al.

        Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Act Reauthorization. H.R. 
            2405; Mr. Rogers of Michigan et al. S. 1855.

        Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Reauthorization Act. H.R. 
            6672; Mr. Rogers of Michigan et al.

        Postage Stamp for Breast Cancer Research Extension. S. 384.

        PREEMIE Reauthorization Act. S. 1440.

        Prevention and Public Health Fund, Repeal the. H.R. 1217; Mr. 
            Pitts et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 219; Ms. Foxx.

        Protect Life Act. H.R. 358; Mr. Pitts et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 430; Ms. Foxx.

        Protect Medical Innovation Act. H.R. 436; Mr. Paulsen et al.

        Public Health Service Act Amendment. H.R. 1216; Mr. Guthrie.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 269; Ms. Foxx.

        Recalcitrant Cancer Research Act. S. 3566.

        Repeal of Obamacare Act. H.R. 6079; Mr. Cantor et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 724; Mr. Sessions.

        Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act. H.R. 2; Mr. 
            Cantor et al. S. 192.

                Consideration of (H.R. 2). H. Res. 26; Mr. Dreier.

        Restoring Access to Medication Act. H.R. 5842; Ms. Jenkins et 
            al.

        Retirement Freedom Act. S. 1317.

        Safe Doses Act. H.R. 4223; Mr. Sensenbrenner et al.

        Saver's Credit for Contributions to Health Savings Accounts. 
            H.R. 5858; Mr. Herger et al.

        School-Based Health Center Construction, to Repeal Mandatory 
            Funding. H.R. 1214; Mr. Burgess et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 236; Mr. Reed.

        Strengthening Medicare and Repaying Taxpayers Act. H.R. 1063; 
            Mr. Murphy of Pennsylvania et al.

        Strengthening Protections for Children and Communities From 
            Disease Clusters Act. S. 76.

        Taking Essential Steps for Testing Act. H.R. 6118; Mr. Grimm et 
            al. S. 3391.

        The Payroll Tax Holiday, Federally Funded Unemployment Insurance 
            Benefits, or Prevent Decreases in Reimbursement for 
            Physicians Who Provide Care to Medicare Beneficiaries, 
            Extension of. H. Res. 501; Mr. Price of Georgia.

        Vaccines Against Seasonal Influenza to List of Taxable Vaccines, 
            Addition of. S. 3716.

        Veterinary Public Health Amendments Act. H.R. 525; Ms. Baldwin 
            et al.

        Women Veterans and Other Health Care Improvements Act. S. 3313.

Herger-Feinstein Quincy Library Group Forest Recovery Act. H.R. 3685; 
    Mr. Herger et al.

HISTORIC SITES AND PRESERVATION:

        American Battlefield Protection Program Amendments Act. H.R. 
            2489; Mr. Holt et al. S. 779.

        California Coastal National Monument. H.R. 944; Mr. Campbell.

        Chaplains Hill in Arlington National Cemetery. S. Con. Res. 4.

        Fort Pulaski National Monument. S. 535.

        Lower Mississippi River National Historic Site Study Act. S. 
            1325.

        Minuteman Missile National Historic Site Boundary Modification 
            Act. S. 1478.

Hizballah as a Terrorist Organization. H. Res. 834; Mr. Kelly et al.

HOUSE REPORTS:

        A Citizen's Guide on Using the Freedom of Information Act and 
            the Privacy Act of 1974 to Request Government Records. H. 
            Rept. 112-689; Mr. Issa.

        Berkley, In the Matter of Allegations Relating to Representative 
            Shelley. H. Rept. 112-716; Mr. Bonner.

        Buchanan, In the Matter of Allegations Relating to Vernon G.. H. 
            Rept. 112-588; Mr. Bonner.

        Budget Allocations:

                Appropriations. H. Rept. 112-96; H. Rept. 112-104; H. 
                    Rept. 112-465; H. Rept. 112-489; Mr. Rogers of 
                    Kentucky.

                Budget Allocations. H. Rept. 112-12; Mr. Rogers of 
                    Kentucky.

        Collins, In the Matter of Allegations Relating to Michael. H. 
            Rept. 112-193; Mr. Bonner.

        Gutierrez, In the Matter of Allegations Relating to 
            Representative Luis V.. H. Rept. 112-192; Mr. Bonner.

        Henrichs, In the Matter of Joy. H. Rept. 112-696; Mr. Bonner.

        Hill, In the Matter of Allegations Relating to Gregory. H. Rept. 
            112-194; Mr. Bonner.

        Meeks, In the Matter of Allegations Relating to Representative 
            Gregory. H. Rept. 112-709; Mr. Bonner.

        Members of the House, In the Matter Regarding Arrests During a 
            Protest Outside the Embassy of Sudan in Washington, D.C.. H. 
            Rept. 112-419; Mr. Bonner.

        Oversight Plans for All House Committees. H. Rept. 112-48; Mr. 
            Issa.

        Poole, In the Matter of Todd. H. Rept. 112-203; Mr. Bonner.

        Recommending that the House of Representatives find Eric H. 
            Holder, Jr., Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice, 
            in Contempt of Congress for Refusal to Comply with a 
            Subpoena Duly Issued by the Committee on Oversight and 
            Government Reform. H. Rept. 112-546; Mr. Issa.

        Richarson, In the Matter of Allegations Relating to 
            Representative Laura.. H. Rept. 112-642; Mr. Bonner.

        Ryan, In the Matter of Representative Tim. H. Rept. 112-710; Mr. 
            Bonner.

        Schmidt, In the Matter of Allegations Relating to Representative 
            Jean. H. Rept. 112-195; Mr. Bonner.

        Semiannual Committee Activity:

                First, Agriculture. H. Rept. 112-122; Mr. Lucas.

                First, Appropriations. H. Rept. 112-145; Mr. Rogers of 
                    Kentucky.

                First, Armed Services. H. Rept. 112-123; Mr. McKeon.

                First, Budget. H. Rept. 112-147; Mr. Ryan of Wisconsin.

                First, Education and the Workforce. H. Rept. 112-133; 
                    Mr. Kline.

                First, Energy and Commerce. H. Rept. 112-125; Mr. Upton.

                First, Financial Services. H. Rept. 112-121; Mr. Bachus.

                First, Foreign Affairs. H. Rept. 112-126; Ms. Ros-
                    Lehtinen.

                First, Homeland Security. H. Rept. 112-127; Mr. King of 
                    New York.

                First, House Administration. H. Rept. 112-137; Mr. 
                    Daniel E. Lungren of California.

                First, Judiciary. H. Rept. 112-119; Mr. Smith of Texas.

                First, Natural Resources. H. Rept. 112-132; Mr. Hastings 
                    of Washington.

                First, Oversight and Government Reform. H. Rept. 112-
                    128; Mr. Issa.

                First, Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. H. 
                    Rept. 112-134; Mr. Rogers of Michigan.

                First, Rules. H. Rept. 112-129; Mr. Dreier.

                First, Science, Space, and Technology. H. Rept. 112-112; 
                    Mr. Hall.

                First, Small Business. H. Rept. 112-146; Mr. Graves of 
                    Missouri.

                First, Transportation and Infrastructure. H. Rept. 112-
                    124; Mr. Mica.

                First, Veterans' Affairs. H. Rept. 112-120; Mr. Miller 
                    of Florida.

                First, Ways and Means. H. Rept. 112-130; Mr. Camp.

                Fourth, Agriculture. H. Rept. 112-749; Mr. Lucas.

                Fourth, Appropriations. H. Rept. 112-748; Mr. Rogers of 
                    Kentucky.

                Fourth, Armed Services. H. Rept. 112-744; Mr. McKeon.

                Fourth, Budget. H. Rept. 112-713; Mr. Ryan of Wisconsin.

                Fourth, Education and the Workforce. H. Rept. 112-714; 
                    Mr. Kline.

                Fourth, Energy and Commerce. H. Rept. 112-746; Mr. 
                    Upton.

                Fourth, Ethics. H. Rept. 112-739; Mr. Bonner.

                Fourth, Financial Services. H. Rept. 112-742; Mr. 
                    Bachus.

                Fourth, Foreign Affairs. H. Rept. 112-743; Ms. Ros-
                    Lehtinen.

                Fourth, Homeland Security. H. Rept. 112-730; Mr. King of 
                    New York.

                Fourth, House Administration. H. Rept. 112-738; Mr. 
                    Daniel E. Lungren of California.

                Fourth, Judiciary. H. Rept. 112-747; Mr. Smith of Texas.

                Fourth, Natural Resources. H. Rept. 112-752; Mr. 
                    Hastings of Washington.

                Fourth, Oversight and Government Reform. H. Rept. 112-
                    740; Mr. Issa.

                Fourth, Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. H. 
                    Rept. 112-733; Mr. Rogers of Michigan.

                Fourth, Rules. H. Rept. 112-751; Mr. Dreier.

                Fourth, Science, Space, and Technology. H. Rept. 112-
                    745; Mr. Hall.

                Fourth, Small Business. H. Rept. 112-729; Mr. Graves of 
                    Missouri.

                Fourth, Transportation and Infrastructure. H. Rept. 112-
                    718; Mr. Mica.

                Fourth, Veterans' Affairs. H. Rept. 112-706; Mr. Miller 
                    of Florida.

                Fourth, Ways and Means. H. Rept. 112-750; Mr. Camp.

                Second, Agriculture. H. Rept. 112-340; Mr. Lucas.

                Second, Appropriations. H. Rept. 112-354; Mr. Rogers of 
                    Kentucky.

                Second, Armed Services. H. Rept. 112-359; Mr. McKeon.

                Second, Budget. H. Rept. 112-358; Mr. Ryan of Wisconsin.

                Second, Education and the Workforce. H. Rept. 112-338; 
                    Mr. Kline.

                Second, Energy and Commerce. H. Rept. 112-337; Mr. 
                    Upton.

                Second, Financial Services. H. Rept. 112-355; Mr. 
                    Bachus.

                Second, Foreign Affairs. H. Rept. 112-350; Ms. Ros-
                    Lehtinen.

                Second, Homeland Security. H. Rept. 112-351; Mr. King of 
                    New York.

                Second, House Administration. H. Rept. 112-360; Mr. 
                    Daniel E. Lungren of California.

                Second, Judiciary. H. Rept. 112-352; Mr. Smith of Texas.

                Second, Natural Resources. H. Rept. 112-346; Mr. 
                    Hastings of Washington.

                Second, Oversight and Government Reform. H. Rept. 112-
                    349; Mr. Issa.

                Second, Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. H. 
                    Rept. 112-353; Mr. Rogers of Michigan.

                Second, Rules. H. Rept. 112-357; Mr. Dreier.. H. Rept. 
                    112-357; Mr. Dreier.

                Second, Science, Space and Technology. H. Rept. 112-347; 
                    Mr. Hall.

                Second, Small Business. H. Rept. 112-339; Mr. Graves of 
                    Missouri.

                Second, Transportation and Infrastructure. H. Rept. 112-
                    348; Mr. Mica.

                Second, Veterans' Affairs. H. Rept. 112-341; Mr. Miller 
                    of Florida.

                Second, Ways and Means. H. Rept. 112-356; Mr. Camp.

                Third, Agriculture. H. Rept. 112-574; Mr. Lucas.

                Third, Appropriations. H. Rept. 112-570; Mr. Rogers of 
                    Kentucky.

                Third, Armed Services. H. Rept. 112-575; Mr. McKeon.

                Third, Budget. H. Rept. 112-543; Mr. Ryan of Wisconsin.

                Third, Education and the Workforce. H. Rept. 112-569; 
                    Mr. Kline.

                Third, Energy and Commerce. H. Rept. 112-561; Mr. Upton.

                Third, Financial Services. H. Rept. 112-559; Mr. Bachus.

                Third, Foreign Affairs. H. Rept. 112-552; Ms. Ros-
                    Lehtinen.

                Third, Homeland Security. H. Rept. 112-522; Mr. King of 
                    New York.

                Third, House Administration. H. Rept. 112-571; Mr. 
                    Daniel E. Lungren of California.

                Third, Judiciary. H. Rept. 112-562; Mr. Smith of Texas.

                Third, Natural Resources. H. Rept. 112-572; Mr. Hastings 
                    of Washington.

                Third, Oversight and Government Reform. H. Rept. 112-
                    568; Mr. Issa.

                Third, Permanement Select Committee on Intelligence. H. 
                    Rept. 112-560; Mr. Rogers of Michigan.

                Third, Rules. H. Rept. 112-567; Mr. Dreier.

                Third, Science, Space, and Technology. H. Rept. 112-555; 
                    Mr. Hall.

                Third, Small Business. H. Rept. 112-554; Mr. Graves of 
                    Missouri.

                Third, Transportation and Infrastructure. H. Rept. 112-
                    573; Mr. Mica.

                Third, Veterans' Affairs. H. Rept. 112-547; Mr. Miller 
                    of Florida.

                Third, Ways and Means. H. Rept. 112-556; Mr. Camp.

        Waters, In the Matter of Representative Maxine. H. Rept. 112-
            690; Mr. Goodlatte.

        Young, In the Matter of Allegations Relating to Representative 
            Don. H. Rept. 112-336; Mr. Bonner.

HOUSING:

        CJ's Home Protection Act. H.R. 1751; Mr. Bachus et al.

        Emergency Mortgage Relief Program Termination Act. H.R. 836; Mr. 
            Hensarling et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 151; Mr. Sessions.

        FHA Emergency Fiscal Solvency Act. H.R. 4264; Mrs. Biggert et 
            al.

        FHA Refinance Program Termination Act. H.R. 830; Mr. Dold et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 150; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

        HAMP Termination Act. H.R. 839; Mr. McHenry et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 170; Mr. Sessions.

        Homes for Heroes Act. H.R. 3298; Mr. Al Green of Texas et al.

        HUBZone Qualified Census Tract Act. S. 1874.

        Limiting Investor and Homeowner Loss in Foreclosure Act. S. 222.

        NSP Termination Act. H.R. 861; Mr. Gary G. Miller of California 
            et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 170; Mr. Sessions.

        Responsible Homeowner Refinancing Act. S. 3522.

Hydrographic Services Improvement Act Amendment. H.R. 295; Mr. Young of 
    Alaska.

Hydropower Regulatory Efficiency Act. H.R. 5892; Mrs. McMorris Rodgers 
    et al.

                                    I

Implementation of PTR Requirements Under Stock Act. S. 3510.

Importation or Shipment of Injurious Species. H.R. 511; Mr. Rooney et 
    al.

Imposition of 3 Percent Withholding on Certain Payments Made to Vendors 
    by Government Entities, Repeal of. H.R. 674; Mr. Herger et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 448; Mr. Scott of South Carolina.

Improper Payments Elimination and Recovery Improvement Act. H.R. 4053; 
    Mr. Towns et al. S. 1409.

``In God We Trust''. H. Con. Res. 13; Mr. Forbes et al.

Independent Task and Delivery Order Review Extension Act. S. 498.

Innovative Design Protection Act of 2012. S. 3523.

Insular Areas Act. S. 2009.

Integrated Public Alert Warning System Modernization Act. H.R. 3563; Mr. 
    Bilirakis et al.

Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2011. H.R. 754; Mr. 
    Rogers of Michigan. S. 719.

        Consideration of (H.R. 754). H. Res. 264; Mr. Sessions.

Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2012. H.R. 1892; Mr. 
    Rogers of Michigan. S. 1458.

        Consideration of (H.R. 1892). H. Res. 392; Ms. Foxx.

Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2013. H.R. 5743; Mr. 
    Rogers of Michigan. S. 3454.

Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act of 2004 Extension. S. 
    289.

Interagency Personnel Rotation Act. S. 1268.

Interest Rate Reduction Act. H.R. 4628; Mrs. Biggert. S. 2366.

International Monetary Fund, to Repeal the Authority to Provide Certain 
    Loans to. S. 1276.

International Protecting Girls by Preventing Child Marriage Act of 2011. 
    S. 414.

Internet. H. Con. Res. 127; Mrs. Bono Mack et al. S. Con. Res. 50.

Internet and Broadband Industry Practices, Disapproving the Rule 
    Submitted by the Federal Communications Commission with Respect to 
    Regulating. H.J. Res. 37; Mr. Walden et al. S.J. Res. 6.

        Consideration of (H.J. Res. 37). H. Res. 200; Mr. Woodall.

Internet, Multistakeholder Governance Model. H. Con. Res. 127; Mrs. Bono 
    Mack et al.

Iran Threat Reduction and Syria Human Rights Act of 2012. H.R. 1905; Ms. 
    Ros-Lehtinen et al.

        Agree to the Senate amendment with amendment. H. Res. 750; Ms. 
            Ros-Lehtinen.

                                    J

Job Protection and Recession Prevention Act. H.R. 8; Mr. Camp et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 747; Mr. Scott of South Carolina.

        Agree to the Senate amendment. H. Res. 844; Mr. Dreier.

Jobs and Economic Growth from Agencies of the Federal Government, 
    Directing Certain Standing Committees to Inventory and Review. H. 
    Res. 72; Mr. Sessions.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 73; Mr. Sessions.

John F. Kennedy Center Reauthorization Act. H.R. 4097; Mr. Mica et al.

John H. Chafee Coastal Barrier Resources System Gasparilla Island Unit 
    FL-70P, to Correct the Boundaries. H.R. 2154; Mr. Mack et al.

John H. Chafee Coastal Barrier Resources System Map, Replacement of. 
    H.R. 2027; Mr. Cicilline. S. 1296.

                                    K

Kate Puzey Peace Corps Volunteer Protection Act. S. 1280.

Kate Puzey Peace Corps Volunteer Protection Act (S. 1280): Correct 
    Enrollment. S. Con. Res. 31.

Kay Bailey Hutchinson Spousal IRA. S. 3667.

Keep Our Communities Safe Act. H.R. 1932; Mr. Smith of Texas et al.

Keeping Politics Out of Federal Contracting Act. H.R. 2008; Mr. Issa et 
    al. S. 1100.

Keystone XL Pipeline. S. 1932.

Keystone XL Pipeline Project. S. 2041.

Keystone XL Pipeline, To Approve. S. 3607.

                                    L

LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT:

        Changed Effective Date for Financial Disclosure Forms of Certain 
            Officers and Employees. H.R. 6634; Mr. Cantor. S. 3625.

        Federal Employees:

                Civilian Service Recognition Act. H.R. 2061; Mr. Hanna 
                    et al.

                Domestic Partnership Benefits and Obligations Act. S. 
                    1910.

                Extension of Pay Limitation for Members of Congress and 
                    Federal Employees. H.R. 3835; Mr. Duffy et al. S. 
                    2079.

                Federal Employee Phased Retirement Act. H.R. 4363; Mr. 
                    Issa et al.

                Federal Employee Tax Accountability Act. H.R. 828; Mr. 
                    Chaffetz.

                Federal Workers' Compensation Modernization and 
                    Improvement Act. H.R. 2465; Mr. Kline et al.

                Reducing the Size of the Federal Government Through 
                    Attrition Act. H.R. 3029; Mr. Mulvaney et al.

                Securing Annuities for Federal Employees Act. H.R. 3813; 
                    Mr. Ross of Florida.

                        Consideration of. H. Res. 547; Mr. Webster.

        Government Employee Accountability Act. H.R. 6016; Mr. Kelly et 
            al.

        JOBS Act. H.R. 1745; Mr. Camp et al.

        National Labor Relations Board, Congressional Disapproval, 
            Relating to Representation Election Procedures. S.J. Res. 
            36.

        National Right-to-Work Act. S. 2173.

        Non-Federal Employee Whistleblower Protection Act. S. 241.

        Paycheck Fairness Act. S. 3220.

        Protecting Jobs From Government Interference Act. H.R. 2587; Mr. 
            Scott of South Carolina et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 372; Mr. Scott of South 
                    Carolina.

        RAISE Act. S. 3221.

        Streamlining Claims Processing for Federal Contractor Employees 
            Act. H.R. 6371; Mr. Walberg.

        Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act. H.R. 3094; Mr. Kline et 
            al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 470; Ms. Foxx.

        Workforce Investment Improvement Act. H.R. 4297; Ms. Foxx et al.

Leadville Mine Drainage Tunnel Act. S. 1047.

Leahy-Smith America Invents Act Technical Corrections. H.R. 6621; Mr. 
    Smith of Texas.

Limited Antitrust Exemption in the Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness 
    Act, Extension of. S. 3715.

Local Courthouse Safety Act. H.R. 6185; Mrs. Adams et al. S. 2076.

Location Privacy Protection Act. S. 1223.

                                    M

Make Technical Correction in Public Law 112-108. H.R. 5883; Mr. Cole.

MARINE AND MARITIME:

        Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation Act of 2011. H.R. 2838; 
            Mr. LoBiondo et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 455; Mr. Webster.

                Agree to the Senate amendments with an amendment. H. 
                    Res. 825; Mr. LoBiondo.

        Fish and Fisheries:

                Billfish Conservation Act. H.R. 2706; Mr. Miller of 
                    Florida et al.

                Endangered Fish Recovery Programs Extension Act. H.R. 
                    6060; Mr. Bishop of Utah et al.

                Endangered Salmon and Fisheries Predation Prevention 
                    Act. H.R. 3069; Mr. Hastings of Washington et al.

                International Fisheries Stewardship and Enforcement Act. 
                    S. 52.

                McKinney Lake National Fish Hatchery Conveyance Act. 
                    H.R. 1160; Mr. Kissell et al.

                Military Readiness and Southern Sea Otter Conservation 
                    Act. H.R. 4043; Mr. Gallegly.

                National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Reauthorization 
                    Act. S. 1494.

                Resources and Ecosystems Sustainability, Tourist 
                    Opportunities, and Revived Economies of the Gulf 
                    Coast States Act. S. 1400.

                Sport Fish Restoration and Recreational Boating Safety 
                    Act. S. 1657.

                The Pirate Fishing Elimination Act. S. 1980.

        Gulf of the Farallones and Cordell Bank National Marine 
            Sanctuaries Boundary Modification and Protection Act. S. 
            179.

        Mandatory Operational Control Reporting and Performance Measures 
            Act. H.R. 6025; Mrs. Miller of Michigan et al.

        Marine Debris Act Reauthorization Amendments. H.R. 1171; Mr. 
            Farr et al.

        Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972 Amendment. H.R. 991; Mr. 
            Young of Alaska et al.

        Northwest Straits Marine Conservation Initiative Reauthorization 
            Act. S. 962.

        Nuclear Terrorism Conventions Implementation and Safety of 
            Maritime Navigation Act. H.R. 5889; Mr. Smith of Texas et 
            al.

        R.M.S. Titanic Maritime Memorial Preservation Act. S. 2279.

        Securing Maritime Activities Through Risk-Based Targeting for 
            Port Security Act. H.R. 4251; Mrs. Miller of Michigan et al.

        Ships and Shipping:

                Maritime Administration Authorization Act for Fiscal 
                    Year 2012. S. 1430.

        Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC). H.R. 
            3173; Mr. Scalise et al.

        Trash Free Seas Act. S. 1119.

Mass Transit Intelligence Prioritization Act. H.R. 3140; Ms. Speier et 
    al.

Memorials and Monuments (see COMMEMORATIONS AND MEMORIALS).

Middle Class Tax Cut Act. S. 1944.

Midnight Rule Relief Act. H.R. 4607; Mr. Ribble et al.

Migratory Bird Habitat Investment and Enhancement Act. S. 2156.

Military Construction Authorization, FY 2012. S. 1255.

Mille Lacs Lake Freedom To Fish Act. H.R. 5797; Mr. Cravaack.

Motion to Proceed Under Section 3101A of Title 31, United States Code. 
    H. Res. 515; Mr. Scott of South Carolina.

Motorcoach Enhanced Safety Act of 2011. S. 453.

                                    N

Nadarkhani, Youcef. H. Res. 556; Mr. Pitts et al.

National Blue Alert Act. H.R. 365; Mr. Grimm et al. S. 657.

National Flood Insurance Program Extension. S. 1958. S. 2344.

National Flood Insurance Program Extension Act. H.R. 5740; Mrs. Biggert 
    et al.

National Hurricane Research Initiative Act. S. 692.

National Laboratory or Research Facility, Use of Grant Funds for 
    Projects Conducted in Conjunction with a. H.R. 5843; Mr. Daniel E. 
    Lungren of California et al.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Officer 
    Corps Amendments Act. S. 2388.

``National Park System'', to Enact Title 54, United States Code. H.R. 
    1950; Mr. Smith of Texas et al.

National Public Radio, Prohibit Federal Funding of. H.R. 1076; Mr. 
    Lamborn.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 174; Mr. Nugent.

National Right-To-Carry Reciprocity Act of 2011. H.R. 822; Mr. Stearns 
    et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 463; Mr. Nugent.

National Security and Federal Lands Protection Act. H.R. 1505; Mr. 
    Bishop of Utah et al.

National Security and Job Protection Act. H.R. 6365; Mr. West et al.

National Strategic and Critical Minerals Policy Act. H.R. 2011; Mr. 
    Lamborn et al.

National Strategic and Critical Minerals Production Act. H.R. 4402; Mr. 
    Amodei et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 726; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

National Women's History Museum Act. S. 680.

NATIVE AMERICANS:

        Alaskans:

                Southeast Alaska Native Land Entitlement Finalization 
                    and Jobs Protection Act. H.R. 1408; Mr. Young of 
                    Alaska et al.

        Hawaiians:

                Native Hawaiian Government Reorganization Act. S. 675.

        Indians:

                Barona Band of Mission Indians Land Transfer 
                    Clarification Act of 2012. S. 3193.

                Blackfoot River Land Settlement Act. S. 1065.

                Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma Water Resources Development 
                    Clarification Amendments. H.R. 1421; Mr. Boren et 
                    al.

                Gila Bend Indian Reservation Lands Replacement 
                    Clarification Act. H.R. 2938; Mr. Franks of Arizona 
                    et al.

                HEARTH Act. H.R. 205; Mr. Heinrich et al.

                Indian Law and Order Commission, Report of. S. 2090.

                Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act. 
                    S. 2389.

                Indian Tribal Energy Development and Self-Determination 
                    Act Amendments. S. 1684.

                Indian Tribal Trade and Investment Demonstration Project 
                    Act. H.R. 2362; Mr. Cole et al.

                Indian Tribes of Virginia Federal Recognition Act. S. 
                    379.

                Land in Trust for Indian Tribes. S. 676.

                Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians Restoration Act. 
                    S. 546.

                Lumbee Recognition Act. S. 1218.

                Mescalero Apache Tribe Leasing Authorization Act. H.R. 
                    1461; Mr. Pearce et al. S. 134.

                Minnesota Chippewa Tribe Judgment Fund Distribution Act. 
                    H.R. 1272; Mr. Peterson et al.

                Native American Energy Act. H.R. 3973; Mr. Young of 
                    Alaska et al.

                Native American Veterans' Memorial Amendments Act. S. 
                    3548.

                Native Culture, Language, and Access for Success in 
                    Schools Act. S. 1262.

                Omnibus Indian Advancement Act Amendment. H.R. 1556; Mr. 
                    Lujan et al.

                Quileute Indian Tribe Tsunami and Flood Protection. H.R. 
                    1162; Mr. Dicks.

                SAVE Native Women Act. S. 1763.

                Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977 
                    Amendment. S. 897.

                Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation in the State of 
                    Utah, Clarification of Authority. H.R. 4027; Mr. 
                    Matheson et al.

                Ysleta del Sur Pueblo and Alabama and Coushatta Indian 
                    Tribes of Texas Restoration Act Amendments. H.R. 
                    1560; Mr. Reyes.

        Native American Languages Program, Reauthorization of. S. 3546.

        Pascua Yaqui Tribe, Requirements for Membership. H.R. 3319; Mr. 
            Grijalva et al.

Natural Hazards Risk Reduction Act. H.R. 3479; Mrs. Biggert et al. S. 
    646.

Naval Vessel Transfer Act. H.R. 6649; Ms. Ros-Lehtinen et al.

Neglected Infections of Impoverished Americans Act. H.R. 528; H.R. 528; 
    Mr. Johnson of Georgia et al.

No More Solyndras Act. H.R. 6213; Mr. Upton et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 779; Mr. Sessions.

No Oil Producing and Exporting Cartels Act. S. 394.

No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion Act. H.R. 3; Mr. Smith of New Jersey et 
    al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 237; Mr. Nugent.

Northwest Straits Marine Conservation Initiative Reauthorization Act. S. 
    962.

                                    O

Officer Safety Act of 2012. S. 2276.

Omnibus Indian Advancement Act Amendment. H.R. 1556; Mr. Lujan et al.

Open Space Lands, to Construct Levees. S. 2039.

Operation Odyssey Dawn. H. Res. 209; Mr. Cole et al.

Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act Amendment. S. 953.

                                    P

Pacific Salmon Stronghold Conservation Act. S. 1401.

Pandemic and All-Hazards Preparedness Reauthorization Act. H.R. 6672; 
    Mr. Rogers of Michigan et al.

Parks (see PUBLIC LANDS).

Patent Law Treaties Implementation Act. S. 3486.

Patent Reform Act. S. 23.

PATRIOT Sunsets Extension Act of 2011. S. 1022.

Paycheck Fairness Act. S. 3220.

Permanent Electronic Duck Stamp Act. H.R. 3117; Mr. Wittman et al. S. 
    2071.

Permanent Reauthorization of EB-5 Regional Center Program. S. 3245.

Pesticide Registration Improvement Extension Act. S. 3552.

Pilot Project Offices of the Federal Permit Streamlining Pilot Project 
    Modification. S. 3563.

Piracy Suppression Act of 2011. H.R. 2839; Mr. LoBiondo et al.

Postal Reform Act of 2011. H.R. 2309; Mr. Issa et al.

POWER Act. H.R. 2360; Mr. Landry et al.

PRECISE Act. H.R. 3674; Mr. Daniel E. Lungren of California et al.

Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act (PRENDA). H.R. 3541; Mr. Franks of 
    Arizona et al.

Preserve Access to Affordable Generics Act. S. 27.

Preserving America's Family Farms Act. H.R. 4157; Mr. Latham et al.

Presidential Election Campaign Funds for Party Conventions, Prohibit Use 
    of. H.R. 5912; Mr. Cole et al.

PRESIDENTS AND VICE PRESIDENTS:

        Former Presidents Protection Act. H.R. 6620; Mr. Gowdy et al.

        Joint Session, President's Address. H. Con. Res. 74; Mr. Poe of 
            Texas.

        Joint Session, President's State of the Union. H. Con. Res. 10; 
            Mr. Cantor. H. Con. Res. 96; Mr. Reed.

        President Obama's Proposed 2012-2017 Offshore Drilling Lease 
            Sale Plan Act. H.R. 6168; Mr. Hastings of Washington.

        President's Exercise of Authority to Increase the Debt Limit, 
            Disapproval of. H.J. Res. 77; H.J. Res. 98; Mr. Reed et al. 
            S.J. Res. 25. S.J. Res. 34.

        Ronald Reagan Centennial Commission Act Amendment. H.R. 1308; 
            Mr. Gallegly et al.

Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of 
    Intellectual Property Act. S. 968.

Private Company Flexibility and Growth Act. H.R. 2167; Mr. Schweikert et 
    al.

Private Property Rights Protection Act. H.R. 1433; Mr. Sensenbrenner et 
    al.

PRIVATE RELIEF:

        Chukwueke, Sopuruchi. S. 285.

        Karinge, Esther. H.R. 316; Mr. Markey.

        Kelley, Allan Bolor. H.R. 794; Mr. Waxman.

        Kumor, Bartosz. H.R. 1857; Mr. Conyers.

        Ramirez, Maria Carmen Castro and J. Refugio Carreno Rojas. H.R. 
            823; Ms. Pelosi.

        Turcinovic, Corina de Chalup. H.R. 357; Mr. Lipinski.

        Wachira, Daniel. H.R. 824; Mr. Rangel.

Probationary Periods, Provisions Relating to. H.R. 1470; Mr. Ross of 
    Florida.

Prohibit Earmarks. S. 1930.

Protecting Main Street End-Users From Excessive Regulation. H.R. 3527; 
    Mr. Hultgren et al.

Public Interest Declassification Board Reauthorization Act. S. 3564.

PUBLIC LANDS:

        Forests:

                Acceptance of Relinquishment of Railroad Right of Way by 
                    Manitou and Pikes Peak Railway Company, Colorado, 
                    Over National Forest System Land. H.R. 4073; Mr. 
                    Lamborn.

                Black Hills Cemetery Act. H.R. 3874; Mrs. Noem.

                Cabin Fee Act. H.R. 3397; Mr. Hastings of Washington et 
                    al.

                Cibola National Forest. H.R. 491; Mr. Heinrich.

                Federal Forests County Revenue, Schools, and Jobs Act. 
                    H.R. 4019; Mr. Hastings of Washington.

                Good Neighbor Forestry Act. S. 375.

                Herger-Feinstein Quincy Library Group Forest Recovery 
                    Act. H.R. 3685; Mr. Herger et al.

                Inyo National Forest. H.R. 2157; Mr. McKeon.

                Minnesota Education Investment and Employment Act. H.R. 
                    5544; Mr. Cravaack et al.

                Sandia Pueblo Settlement Technical Amendment Act. S. 
                    2024.

                Ski Area Recreational Opportunity Enhancement Act. H.R. 
                    765; Mr. Bishop of Utah et al. S. 382.

                Sugar Loaf Fire Protection District Land Exchange Act. 
                    H.R. 643; Mr. Polis. S. 278.

                Trinity Public Utilities District, Trinity County, 
                    California, Land Exchange. H.R. 1237; Mr. Herger.

                Wasatch Range Recreation Access Enhancement Act. H.R. 
                    3452; Mr. Bishop of Utah et al.

                Y Mountain Access Enhancement Act. H.R. 4484; Mr. 
                    Chaffetz et al.

        Land Conveyance:

                Albuquerque, New Mexico, Federal Land Conveyance Act. S. 
                    3370.

                Box Elder Utah Land Conveyance Act. H.R. 1258; Mr. 
                    Bishop of Utah.

                Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma Water Resources Development 
                    Clarification Amendments. H.R. 1421; Mr. Boren et 
                    al.

                Conveyance of Certain Submerged Lands to the 
                    Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. H.R. 
                    670; Mr. Sablan et al.

                Conveyance of Land to Correct Erroneous Survey, Coconino 
                    National Forest, Arizona. H.R. 1038; Mr. Gosar.

                Conveyance of Parcel of Real Property, Tracy, 
                    California. S. 1302.

                Conveyance of Property to the Maniilaq Association. H.R. 
                    443; Mr. Young of Alaska.

                La Pine Land Conveyance Act. S. 270.

                Land Conveyance in Ketchikan, Alaska. S. 1307.

                Land Conveyance to the Town of Alta, Utah. S. 684.

                Land Conveyance to the Town of Mantua, Utah. S. 683.

                McKinney Lake National Fish Hatchery Conveyance Act. 
                    H.R. 1160; Mr. Kissell et al.

                Mohave Valley Land Conveyance Act. S. 526.

                Montana Mineral Conveyance Act. H.R. 1158; Mr. Rehberg.

                Natchez Trace Parkway Land Conveyance Act. S. 264.

                National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Land 
                    Conveyance to City of Pascagoula, Mississippi. S. 
                    363.

                Powell Shooting Range Land Conveyance Act. S. 2015.

                Three Kids Mine Remediation and Reclamation Act. H.R. 
                    2512; Mr. Heck et al.

                Tucson Unified School District and to the Pascua Yaqui 
                    Tribe of Arizona, Conveyance of Certain Land. H.R. 
                    4222; Mr. Grijalva et al.

                Utah National Guard Readiness Act. H.R. 686; Mr. Bishop 
                    of Utah et al.

                Wallowa Forest Service Compound Conveyance Act. S. 271.

                Yellow Creek Port Properties, Transfer of. S. 1735.

                Yerington Land Conveyance and Sustainable Development 
                    Act. H.R. 4039; Mr. Amodei et al.

        National Security and Federal Lands Protection Act. H.R. 1505; 
            Mr. Bishop of Utah et al.

        Parks:

                American Memorial Park Tinian Annex Act. H.R. 1103; Mr. 
                    Sablan et al.

                Buffalo Soldiers in the National Parks Study Act. H.R. 
                    1022; Ms. Speier et al.

                First State National Historical Park Act. S. 323.

                Glacier National Park, Right-of Way Permits for Natural 
                    Gas Pipelines. H.R. 4606; Mr. Rehberg.

                Harriet Tubman National Historical Parks Act. S. 247.

                Kantishna Hills Renewable Energy Act. H.R. 441; Mr. 
                    Young of Alaska.

                Lowell National Historical Park Land Exchange Act. H.R. 
                    2240; Ms. Tsongas.

                Manhattan Project National Historical Park Act. H.R. 
                    5987; Mr. Hastings of Washington et al.

                ``National Park System''. H.R. 1950; Mr. Smith of Texas 
                    et al.

                North Cascades National Park. H.R. 2352; Mr. Hastings of 
                    Washington.

                North Cascades National Park Service Complex Fish 
                    Stocking Act. H.R. 2351; Mr. Hastings of Washington.

                Pinnacles National Park Act. H.R. 3641; Mr. Farr et al.

                Rota Cultural and Natural Resources Study Act. H.R. 
                    1141; Mr. Sablan et al.

                San Antonio Missions National Historical Park Boundary 
                    Expansion Act. H.R. 3100; Mr. Canseco et al. S. 114.

                Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Backcountry 
                    Access Act. H.R. 4849; Mr. Nunes et al.

        Public Lands Service Corps Act. S. 896.

        Salmon Lake Land Selection Resolution Act. S. 292.

        Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge Designation. 
            H.R. 588; Mr. Harper.

        Scenic Rivers System:

                Alpine Lakes Wilderness Additions and Pratt and Middle 
                    Fork Snoqualmie Rivers Protection Act. S. 322.

                Central Oregon Jobs and Water Security Act. H.R. 2060; 
                    Mr. Walden.

                Lower Merced River. H.R. 2578; Mr. Denham et al.

                        Consideration of. H. Res. 688; Mr. Bishop of 
                            Utah.

                Lower St. Croix Wild and Scenic River. H.R. 850; Mrs. 
                    Bachmann et al.

                Molalla River Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. H.R. 752; Mr. 
                    Schrader et al.

                Nashua River Wild and Scenic River Study Act. H.R. 5319; 
                    Ms. Tsongas et al.

                Washington, Illabot Creek in Skagit County. S. 888.

                White Clay Creek Wild and Scenic River Expansion Act. S. 
                    970.

                Wild and Scenic Rivers Act Amendment. H.R. 1740; Mr. 
                    Larsen of Washington.

                Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed Protection Act. H.R. 3388; Mr. 
                    Langevin et al.

                York River Wild and Scenic River Study Act. H.R. 2336; 
                    Ms. Pingree of Maine et al.

        Virginia, Accomack County, Atlantic District, Remove 
            Restrictions from a Parcel of Land. H.R. 2087; Mr. Rigell et 
            al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 587; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

        Wilderness and Wildlife:

                Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge.. S. 
                    266.

                Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore Conservation and 
                    Recreation Act. S. 140.

                Stephen Mather Wilderness. H.R. 2352; Mr. Hastings of 
                    Washington.

                Tennessee Wilderness Act. S. 1090.

Public Transit Security and Local Law Enforcement Support Act. H.R. 
    3857; Mr. Turner of New York et al.

Putting the Gulf of Mexico Back to Work Act. H.R. 1229; Mr. Hastings of 
    Washington et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 245; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

                                    Q

                                    R

RAPID Act. H.R. 4377; Mr. Ross of Florida et al.

Rattlesnake Mountain Public Access Act. H.R. 2719; Mr. Hastings of 
    Washington.

Rebuild America Jobs Act. S. 1769.

Recreational Fishing and Hunting Heritage and Opportunities Act. H.R. 
    2834; Mr. Benishek et al.

Reducing Non-Security Spending to Fiscal Year 2008 Levels or Less. H. 
    Res. 38; Mr. Dreier.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 43; Mr. Dreier.

Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act. H.R. 872; Mr. Gibbs et al.

Regulations From the Executive In Need of Scrutiny Act of 2011. H.R. 10; 
    Mr. Davis of Kentucky et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 479; Mr. Nugent.

Regulatory Accountability Act. H.R. 3010; Mr. Smith of Texas et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 477; Mr. Woodall.

Regulatory Flexibility Improvements Act. H.R. 527; Mr. Smith of Texas et 
    al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 477; Mr. Woodall.

Regulatory Freeze for Jobs Act. H.R. 4078; Mr. Griffin of Arkansas et 
    al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 741; Ms. Foxx.

Relating to Members of the Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma (H.R. 5862): to 
    refer. H. Res. 668; Mr. Cole et al.

RELIEF Act. H.R. 3210; Mr. Cooper et al.

Reopening American Capital Markets to Emerging Growth Companies Act. 
    H.R. 3606; Mr. Fincher et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 572; Mr. Sessions.

Repealing the Job-Killing Health Care Law Act. H.R. 2; Mr. Cantor et al. 
    S. 192.

        Consideration of (H.R. 2). H. Res. 26; Mr. Dreier.

Reporting Efficiency Improvement Act. H.R. 6189; Mr. Conyers et al.

Residential and Commuter Toll Fairness Act. H.R. 897; Mr. Grimm et al.

RESPA Home Warranty Clarification Act. H.R. 2446; Mrs. Biggert et al.

Respect for Marriage Act. S. 598.

Responsible Consumer Financial Protection Regulations Act. H.R. 1121; 
    Mr. Bachus et al.

Responsible Homeowner Refinancing Act. S. 3522.

Revised Organic Act of the Virgin Islands Amendment. H.R. 6116; Mrs. 
    Christensen et al.

                                    S

Safe Chemicals Act. S. 847.

SAFER Act. S. 3250.

Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Act. H.R. 471; Mr. Boehner et 
    al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 186; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

SEC Regulatory Accountability Act. H.R. 2308; Mr. Garrett et al.

Second Chance Reauthorization Act. S. 1231.

Secure Border Act of 2011. H.R. 1299; Mrs. Miller of Michigan et al.

SECURE Facilities Act. S. 772.

SECURE IT. S. 3342.

Secure Visas Act. H.R. 1741; Mr. Smith of Texas et al.

Security in Bonding Act. H.R. 3534; Mr. Hanna et al.

See Something, Say Something Act. H.R. 963; Mr. Smith of Texas.

Short-Term TANF Extension Act. H.R. 2943; Mr. Davis of Kentucky.

Sikes Act Amendments Act. H.R. 1670; Ms. Bordallo.

Silviculture Regulatory Consistency Act. H.R. 2541; Ms. Herrera Beutler 
    et al.

SMALL BUSINESS:

        Building Better Business Partnerships Act of 2012. H.R. 3985; 
            Mr. Schilling et al.

        Contracting Oversight for Small Business Jobs Act of 2012. H.R. 
            4206; Mr. Coffman of Colorado et al.

        Contractor Opportunity Protection Act of 2012. H.R. 4081; Mr. 
            Graves of Missouri et al.

        Creating Jobs Through Small Business Innovation Act. H.R. 1425; 
            Mrs. Ellmers et al.

        Disaster Loan Fairness Act. H.R. 6296; Mr. Barletta et al.

        Early Stage Small Business Contracting Act of 2012. H.R. 4121; 
            Mr. Schrader et al.

        Government Efficiency Through Small Business Contracting Act of 
            2012. H.R. 3850; Mr. Graves of Missouri et al.

        SBIR/STTR Reauthorization Act. S. 493.

        Small Business Act and the Small Business Investment Act 
            Temporary Extension. H.R. 366; Mr. Graves of Missouri.

        Small Business Additional Temporary Extension Act. S. 990. S. 
            1082.

        Small Business Advocate Act of 2012. H.R. 3851; Mr. Graves of 
            Missouri et al.

        Small Business Capital Access and Job Preservation Act. H.R. 
            1082; Mr. Hurt et al.

        Small Business Concern Owned and Controlled by Veterans or Small 
            Business Concern Owned and Controlled by Service-Disabled 
            Veterans. H.R. 1657; Mr. Stutzman.

        Small Business Contracting Fraud Prevention Act. S. 633.

        Small Business Credit Availability Act. H.R. 3336; Mrs. Hartzler 
            et al.

        Small Business Investment Company Modernization Act. H.R. 6504; 
            Mr. Chabot et al.

        Small Business Jobs and Tax Relief Act. S. 2237.

        Small Business Lending Enhancement Act of 2012. S. 2231.

        Small Business Opportunity Act of 2012. H.R. 3980; Ms. Herrera 
            Beutler et al.

        Small Business Paperwork Mandate Elimination Act. H.R. 4; Mr. 
            Daniel E. Lungren of California et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 129; Mr. Scott of South 
                    Carolina.

        Small Business Procurement Improvement Act of 2012. H.R. 4118; 
            Mr. Critz et al.

        Small Business Program Extension and Reform Act. H.R. 2608; Mr. 
            Graves of Missouri et al.

                Agree to Senate amendment with an amendment. H. Res. 
                    405; Mr. Woodall.

                Agree to Senate amendment with an amendment. H. Res. 
                    412; Mr. Dreier.

                Correct Enrollment. H. Con. Res. 83; Mr. Rogers of 
                    Kentucky.

        Small Business Protection Act of 2012. H.R. 3987; Mr. Walsh of 
            Illinois et al.

        Small Business Reorganization Efficiency and Clarity Act. S. 
            2370.

        Small Business Size Standard Flexibility Act. H.R. 585; Mr. 
            Graves of Missouri et al.

        Small Business Tax Cut Act. H.R. 9; Mr. Cantor et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 620; Mr. Sessions.

        Subcontracting Transparency and Reliability Act. H.R. 3893; Mr. 
            Mulvaney et al.

        Women's Procurement Program Improvement Act. H.R. 4203; Ms. 
            Velazquez et al.

Small Company Capital Formation Act. H.R. 1070; Mr. Schweikert et al.

SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION:

        Board of Regents:

                Barrett, Barbara. S.J. Res. 49.

                Case, Stephen M.. S.J. Res. 8.

                Jackson, Shirley Ann. S.J. Res. 7.

                Kogod, Robert P.. S.J. Res. 9.

SOAR Technical Corrections Act. H.R. 3237; Mr. Gowdy.

Soda Ash Royalty Extension, Job Creation, and Export Enhancement Act. 
    H.R. 1192; Mrs. Lummis et al.

Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act. H.R. 1904; Mr. 
    Gosar et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 444; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

SPECTRUM Act. S. 911.

Spending Reduction Act. H.R. 6684; Mr. Cantor.

Sport Fish Restoration and Recreational Boating Safety Act. S. 1657.

Sportsmen's Act of 2012. S. 3525.

Sportsmen's Heritage Act. H.R. 4089; Mr. Miller of Florida et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 614; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

SSI Extension for Elderly and Disabled Refugees Act. S. 1721.

State and Province Emergency Management Assistance Memorandum of 
    Understanding, Granting the Consent of Congress to. S.J. Res. 44.

STATES AND TERRITORIES:

        Alabama:

                Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, Marches. H. Res. 562; Ms. 
                    Sewell et al.

        Alaska:

                Alaskan Energy for American Jobs Act. H.R. 3407; Mr. 
                    Hastings of Washington et al.

                Alexander Creek, Alaska. H.R. 4194; Mr. Young of Alaska.

                ``Boochever United States Courthouse, Robert''. H.R. 
                    4347; Mr. Young of Alaska. S. 2251.

                Conveyance of Property to the Maniilaq Association. H.R. 
                    443; Mr. Young of Alaska.

                Denali National Park and Preserve Natural Gas Pipeline. 
                    S. 302.

                ``Fitzgerald United States Courthouse, James M.''. S. 
                    1710.

                Kantishna Hills Renewable Energy Act. H.R. 441; Mr. 
                    Young of Alaska.

                Land Conveyance in Ketchikan, Alaska. S. 1307.

                National Petroleum Reserve Alaska Access Act. H.R. 2150; 
                    Mr. Hastings of Washington et al.

                Salmon Lake Land Selection Resolution Act. S. 292.

                Southeast Alaska Native Land Entitlement Finalization 
                    and Jobs Protection Act. H.R. 1408; Mr. Young of 
                    Alaska et al.

        Arizona:

                Arizona Wallow Fire Recovery and Monitoring Act. S. 
                    1344.

                C.C. Cragin Dam and Reservoir. H.R. 489; Mr. Gosar. S. 
                    201.

                Coconino National Forest. H.R. 1038; Mr. Gosar.

                Gila Bend Indian Reservation Lands Replacement 
                    Clarification Act. H.R. 2938; Mr. Franks of Arizona 
                    et al.

                Mohave Valley Land Conveyance Act. S. 526.

                ``Roll United States Courthouse, John M.''. S. 188.

                Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act. 
                    H.R. 1904; Mr. Gosar et al.

                        Consideration of. H. Res. 444; Mr. Bishop of 
                            Utah.

                ``Terry Border Patrol Station, Brian A.''. H.R. 2668; 
                    Mr. Issa et al.

                Tucson. H. Res. 32; Mr. Boehner.

                Tucson Unified School District to the Pascua Yaqui Tribe 
                    of Arizona, Conveyance of Certain Land. H.R. 4222; 
                    Mr. Grijalva et al.

        Arkansas:

                ``Bacon Post Office, Nicky `Nick' Daniel''. H.R. 3870; 
                    Mr. Griffin of Arkansas et al.

                ``McMath Post Office Building, Sidney `Sid' Sanders''. 
                    H.R. 3869; Mr. Griffin of Arkansas et al.

        California:

                ``Asbury Post Office Building, Postal Inspector Terry''. 
                    H.R. 6587; Mr. Gallegly et al.

                ``Ballard Memorial Post Office, Lieutenant Kenneth M.''. 
                    H.R. 6260; Ms. Eshoo et al.

                ``Bolt Post Office, Cecil E.''. H.R. 4389; Mr. Costa et 
                    al.

                Bridgeport Indian Colony Land Trust, Health, and 
                    Economic Development Act. H.R. 2467; Mr. McKeon.

                Buffalo Soldiers in the National Parks Study Act. H.R. 
                    1022; Ms. Speier et al.

                California Coastal National Monument. H.R. 944; Mr. 
                    Campbell.

                ``Carter, James M. and Judith N. Keep United States 
                    Courthouse''. H.R. 6166; Mrs. Davis of California et 
                    al.

                Conveyance of Parcel of Real Property, Tracy, 
                    California. S. 1302.

                ``Crocker United States Courthouse, Myron Donovan''. S. 
                    1406.

                ``Dew Post Office, Private First Class Victor A.''. H.R. 
                    3892; Mr. McClintock et al.

                Distinguished Flying Cross National Memorial Act. H.R. 
                    320; Mr. Calvert et al.

                ``Goodall Post Office Building, First Lieutenant 
                    Oliver''. H.R. 1975; Mr. Schiff et al.

                ``Grisham Post Office, Wayne''. H.R. 2158; Ms. Linda T. 
                    Sanchez of California et al.

                Gulf of the Farallones and Cordell Bank National Marine 
                    Sanctuaries Boundary Modification and Protection 
                    Act. S. 179.

                Inland Empire Perchlorate Ground Water Plume Assessment 
                    Act. H.R. 200; Mr. Baca et al.

                Inyo National Forest. H.R. 2157; Mr. McKeon.

                Lake Tahoe Restoration Act. S. 432.

                Los Padres National Forest land conveyance. H.R. 241; 
                    Mr. Gallegly.

                Lower Merced River. H.R. 2578; Mr. Denham et al.

                        Consideration of. H. Res. 688; Mr. Bishop of 
                            Utah.

                ``MacWilliams Post Office Building, Nelson `Mac' ''. 
                    H.R. 4062; Mr. Hunter et al.

                Mt. Andrea Lawrence Designation Act. H.R. 1818; Mr. 
                    McKeon. S. 925.

                Pinnacles National Park Act. H.R. 3641; Mr. Farr et al.

                ``Ruiz Post Office Building, Private First Class 
                    Alejandro R.''. H.R. 3004; Mr. Thompson of 
                    California et al.

                Sacramento-San Joaquin Valley Water Reliability Act. 
                    H.R. 1837; Mr. Nunes et al.

                        Consideration of. H. Res. 566; Mr. Bishop of 
                            Utah.

                San Francisco Bay Restoration Act. S. 97.

                Trinity Public Utilities District, Trinity County, 
                    California, Land Exchange. H.R. 1237; Mr. Herger.

                ``Velloza Post Office, Specialist Jake Robert.''. H.R. 
                    793; Ms. Woolsey et al.

        Colorado:

                Acceptance of Relinquishment of Railroad Right of Way by 
                    Manitou and Pikes Peak Railway Company, Colorado, 
                    Over National Forest System Land. H.R. 4073; Mr. 
                    Lamborn.

                Aurora, Colorado. H. Con. Res. 134; Mr. Perlmutter et 
                    al.

                Chimney Rock National Monument Establishment Act. H.R. 
                    2621; Mr. Tipton et al.

                Leadville Mine Drainage Tunnel Act. S. 1047. S. 1047.

                Sugar Loaf Fire Protection District Land Exchange Act. 
                    H.R. 643; Mr. Polis. S. 278.

        Connecticut:

                Newtown, Connecticut. H. Res. 833; Mr. Murphy of 
                    Connecticut et al.

                Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed Protection Act. H.R. 3388; Mr. 
                    Langevin et al.

        Delaware:

                Delaware River Basin Conservation Act. S. 1266.

                First State National Historical Park Act. S. 323.

                White Clay Creek Wild and Scenic River Expansion Act. S. 
                    970.

        Florida:

                ``Adams, Sr., United States Courthouse, Alto Lee''. H.R. 
                    1791; Mr. Rooney et al.

                ``Brown Post Office Building, Reverend Abe''. H.R. 3276; 
                    Ms. Castor of Florida et al.

                ``Kling VA Clinic, William `Bill' ''. H.R. 6443; Ms. 
                    Wasserman Schultz et al.

                ``Moore Post Office, Harry T. and Harriette.''. H.R. 
                    2338; Mr. Posey et al.

                ``Rood Post Office Building, Roy Schallern''. H.R. 3637; 
                    Mr. Rooney et al.

        Georgia:

                Fort Pulaski National Monument. S. 535.

                ``Trinka Davis Veterans Village''. H.R. 6374; Mr. 
                    Gingrey of Georgia et al.

        Guam:

                ``Gerber Post Office Building, John Pangelinan''. H.R. 
                    1843; Ms. Bordallo.

        Hawaii:

                ``Heftel Post Office Building, Cecil L.''. H.R. 2149; 
                    Ms. Hanabusa et al.

                Inouye, Honorable Daniel K., Death of. H. Res. 839; Ms. 
                    Hirono.

                Inouye, Honorable Daniel Ken, Death of. S. Res. 624.

                Kamehameha, King, Use of Emancipation Hall in the 
                    Capitol Visitor Center, Celebrate the Birthday of. 
                    H. Con. Res. 105; Ms. Hanabusa et al. S. Con. Res. 
                    16.

                Lying in State of the Remains of the Late Honorable 
                    Daniel K. Inouye, Use of the Rotunda of the Capitol. 
                    S. Con. Res. 64.

        Idaho:

                American Falls Reservoir. S. 334.

                Idaho Wilderness Water Resources Protection Act. H.R. 
                    2050; Mr. Simpson.

                Little Wood River Ranch, Extension of Time for Federal 
                    Energy Regulatory Commission Project. S. 333.

        Illinois:

                Bi-State Development Agency. H.J. Res. 70; Mr. Clay et 
                    al. S.J. Res. 22.

                ``Chan Post Office Building, Charles ``Chip'' 
                    Lawrence''. H.R. 2548; Mr. Schock et al.

                Percy, Honorable Charles H., Death of. S. Res. 271.

        Indiana:

                ``Hartge Post Office, SPC Nicholas Scott''. H.R. 3501; 
                    Mr. Stutzman et al.

        Iowa:

                Giunta, Staff Sergeant Salvatore, Medal of Honor. S. 
                    Con. Res. 3.

        Louisiana:

                ``Abshire Post Office Building, Sergeant Richard 
                    Franklin''. H.R. 3412; Mr. Boustany et al.

                Feral Swine Eradication and Control Pilot Program Act. 
                    S. 893.

                Lake Pontchartrain Basin Restoration Program. S. 3264.

                Lower Mississippi River National Historic Site Study 
                    Act. S. 1325.

        Maine:

                York River Wild and Scenic River Study Act. H.R. 2336; 
                    Ms. Pingree of Maine et al.

        Maryland:

                Harriet Tubman National Historical Parks Act. S. 247.

                Nutria Eradication and Control Act. S. 899.

        Massachusetts:

                ``Jones Post Office Building, Lieutenant Ryan Patrick''. 
                    S. 3662.

                Lowell National Historical Park Land Exchange Act. H.R. 
                    2240; Ms. Tsongas.

                ``Maguire Post Office, Officer John''. S. 1412.

                Nashua River Wild and Scenic River Study Act. H.R. 5319; 
                    Ms. Tsongas et al.

                National Guard of the United States, Birthplace of. H.R. 
                    1339; Mr. Tierney et al.

                ``O'Neill, Jr. Salt Pond Visitor Center, Thomas P.''. 
                    H.R. 4400; Mr. Markey et al.

                ``Pucino Post Office, Matthew A.''. H.R. 2062; Mr. 
                    Keating et al.

                ``Trant Post Office Building, William T.''. H.R. 2767; 
                    Mr. Olver et al.

        Michigan:

                ``Clinton-Macomb Carrier Annex, Lance Cpl. Anthony A. 
                    DiLisio.''. H.R. 5738; Mrs. Miller of Michigan et 
                    al.

                Ford, Gerald R., Statue for Placement in the Capitol. H. 
                    Con. Res. 27; Mr. Upton et al.

                ``Kinnunen Post Office Building, Elizabeth L.''. H.R. 
                    3378; Mr. Benishek et al.

                Land Grant Patent Modification, Chippewa County, 
                    Michigan. S. 404.

                Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore Conservation and 
                    Recreation Act. S. 140.

                Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and Underwater 
                    Preserve Boundary Modification Act. S. 485.

        Minnesota:

                Establishment of an Airport in Cook County, Minnesota. 
                    H.R. 2947; Mr. Cravaack.

                ``Fedder Post Office, Master Sergeant Daniel L.''. H.R. 
                    3220; Mr. Cravaack et al.

                Lower St. Croix Wild and Scenic River. H.R. 850; Mrs. 
                    Bachmann et al.

                Mille Lacs Lake Freedom To Fish Act. H.R. 5797; Mr. 
                    Cravaack.

                Minnesota Chippewa Tribe Judgment Fund Distribution Act. 
                    H.R. 1272; Mr. Peterson et al.

                Minnesota Education Investment and Employment Act. H.R. 
                    5544; Mr. Cravaack et al.

        Mississippi:

                ``Brown United States Courthouse, R. Jess''. H.R. 1073; 
                    Mr. Thompson of Mississippi.

                ``Cheeks Post Office Building, First Sergeant Landres''. 
                    H.R. 3772; Mr. Thompson of Mississippi et al.

                Divisional Realignment Act. H.R. 5512; Mr. Thompson of 
                    Mississippi et al.

                Natchez Trace Parkway Land Conveyance Act. S. 264.

                ``Powers, Jr. Post Office, Spencer Byrd''. S. 655.

                Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge.. S. 
                    266.

                ``Vaughn Post Office, Sergeant Jason W.''. H.R. 2213; 
                    Mr. Nunnelee et al.

                Yellow Creek Port Properties, Transfer of. S. 1735.

        Missouri:

                Bi-State Development Agency. H.J. Res. 70; Mr. Clay et 
                    al. S.J. Res. 22.

                ``Bond United States Courthouse, Christopher S.''. S. 
                    846.

                Divisional Realignment Act. H.R. 5512; Mr. Thompson of 
                    Mississippi et al.

                ``Navarro Post Office Building, Specialist Peter J.''. 
                    H.R. 3246; Mr. Akin et al.

                ``Pathenos Post Office Building, Lance Corporal Matthew 
                    P.''. H.R. 3247; Mr. Akin et al.

                ``Weaver Post Office Building, Lance Corporal Drew W.''. 
                    H.R. 3248; Mr. Akin et al.

        Montana:

                ``Battin United States Courthouse, Jamed F.''. S. 3311.

                Glacier National Park, Right-of Way Permits for Natural 
                    Gas Pipelines. H.R. 4606; Mr. Rehberg.

                Little Shell Tribe of Chippewa Indians Restoration Act. 
                    S. 546.

                Montana Mineral Conveyance Act. H.R. 1158; Mr. Rehberg.

        Nevada:

                Hoover Power Allocation Act. H.R. 470; Mr. Heck et al. 
                    S. 519.

                Lake Tahoe Restoration Act. S. 432.

                Three Kids Mine Remediation and Reclamation Act. H.R. 
                    2512; Mr. Heck et al.

                Virgin River in Clark County, Nevada. H.R. 2745; Mr. 
                    Heck et al.

                Yerington Land Conveyance and Sustainable Development 
                    Act. H.R. 4039; Mr. Amodei et al.

        New Hampshire:

                Rudman, Honorable Warren B., Death of. S. Res. 604.

        New Jersey:

                ``Fenton Post Office, Sergeant Matthew J.''. H.R. 789; 
                    Mr. Rothman of New Jersey et al.

                Payne, Honorable Donald M., Death of. H. Res. 571; Mr. 
                    Smith of New Jersey. S. Res. 390.

                ``Tolentino Post Office Building, Judge Shirley A.''. 
                    H.R. 2896; Mr. Payne et al.

        New Mexico:

                Albuquerque, New Mexico, Federal Land Conveyance Act. S. 
                    3370.

                Cibola National Forest. H.R. 491; Mr. Heinrich.

                Manhattan Project National Historical Park Act. H.R. 
                    5987; Mr. Hastings of Washington et al.

                ``Mechem United States Courthouse, Edwin L.''. H.R. 
                    3742; Mr. Pearce et al.

                Mescalero Apache Tribe Leasing Authorization Act. H.R. 
                    1461; Mr. Pearce et al. S. 134.

                Petry, Sergeant First Class Leroy Arthur, Second Living 
                    Recipient of the Medal of Honor. S. Con. Res. 27.

                Rio Grande del Norte National Conservation Area 
                    Establishment Act. S. 667.

        New York:

                ``Cook Post Office, John J.''. H.R. 2079; Mrs. McCarthy 
                    of New York et al.

                ``Cortes Post Office, Private Isaac T.''. H.R. 3413; Mr. 
                    Crowley et al.

                Harriet Tubman National Historical Parks Act. S. 247.

                ``Jackson United States Courthouse, Robert H.''. H.R. 
                    3556; Mr. Higgins et al. S. 2326.

                Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge Visitor Contact Station of 
                    the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge Unit of Gateway 
                    National Recreation Area. H.R. 5958; Mr. Turner of 
                    New York et al.

                Long Island Sound Restoration and Stewardship Act. S. 
                    2018.

                ``Mendez Post Office, Sergeant Angel''. H.R. 2422; Mr. 
                    Grimm et al.

                National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Act. 
                    H.R. 2527; Mr. Hanna et al.

                ``National Clandestine Service of the Central 
                    Intelligence Agency NCS Officer Gregg David Wenzel 
                    Memorial Post Office''. H.R. 3593; Ms. Hayworth et 
                    al.

                New York City Natural Gas Supply Enhancement Act. H.R. 
                    2606; Mr. Grimm et al.

                ``Riccione Post Office, Corporal Steven Blaine''. H.R. 
                    2244; Mr. Hanna et al.

                ``Schneider Post Office, Corporal Kyle''. H.R. 5837; Ms. 
                    Buerkle et al.

                ``Woodhull Post Office Building, Brigadier General 
                    Nathaniel.''. H.R. 3912; Mr. Bishop of New York et 
                    al.

        North Carolina:

                Lumbee Recognition Act. S. 1218.

                McKinney Lake National Fish Hatchery Conveyance Act. 
                    H.R. 1160; Mr. Kissell et al.

                Montford Point Marines, Congressional Gold Medal to. 
                    H.R. 2447; Ms. Brown of Florida et al.

                Preserving Access to Cape Hatteras National Seashore 
                    Recreational Area Act. H.R. 4094; Mr. Jones et al.

        Northern Mariana Islands:

                American Memorial Park Tinian Annex Act. H.R. 1103; Mr. 
                    Sablan et al.

                Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, Technical 
                    and Clarifying Amendments. H.R. 1466; Mr. Sablan et 
                    al.

                Conveyance of Certain Submerged Lands to the 
                    Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. H.R. 
                    670; Mr. Sablan et al.

                Rota Cultural and Natural Resources Study Act. H.R. 
                    1141; Mr. Sablan et al.

        Ohio:

                David F. Winder Department of Veterans Affairs Community 
                    Based Outpatient Clinic. S. 3238.

                ``Murray Post Office, Marine Sgt. Jeremy E.''. S. 349.

        Oklahoma:

                Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma Water Resources Development 
                    Clarification Amendments. H.R. 1421; Mr. Boren et 
                    al.

                Help to Access Land for the Education of Scouts. H.R. 
                    473; Mr. Boren.

                Lake Thunderbird Efficient Use Act. H.R. 3263; Mr. Cole 
                    et al. S. 802.

                ``Lindley Post Office, Warren''. H.R. 1369; Mr. Boren et 
                    al.

                ``Phillips Post Office, Specialist Micheal E.''. H.R. 
                    1423; Mr. Cole et al.

                Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma. H. Res. 668; Mr. Cole et al.

        Oregon:

                Central Oregon Jobs and Water Security Act. H.R. 2060; 
                    Mr. Walden.

                Devil's Staircase Wilderness Act. S. 766.

                La Pine Land Conveyance Act. S. 270.

                Molalla River Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. H.R. 752; Mr. 
                    Schrader et al.

                Oregon Caves Revitalization Act. S. 765.

                Wallowa Forest Service Compound Conveyance Act. S. 271.

        Pennsylvania:

                Congressional Gold Medal to Arnold Palmer, Use of 
                    Rotunda of the United States Capitol. H. Con. Res. 
                    133; Mr. Murphy of Pennsylvania.

                Gettysburg National Military Park. H.R. 1335; Mr. Platts 
                    et al.

                ``Miller Post Office Building, Trooper Joshua D.''. H.R. 
                    2415; Mr. Barletta et al.

                ``Sabo, Jr. Post Office Building, Sergeant Leslie H.''. 
                    H.R. 5954; Mr. Altmire et al.

                Specter, Honorable Arlen. S. Res. 612.

                White Clay Creek Wild and Scenic River Expansion Act. S. 
                    970.

        Rhode Island:

                John H. Chafee Coastal Barrier Resources System 
                    Gasparilla Island Unit FL-70P, to Correct the 
                    Boundaries. H.R. 2154; Mr. Mack et al.

                John H. Chafee Coastal Barrier Resources System Map, 
                    Replacement of. H.R. 2027; Mr. Cicilline. S. 1296.

                Wood-Pawcatuck Watershed Protection Act. H.R. 3388; Mr. 
                    Langevin et al.

        South Carolina:

                Former Charleston Naval Base Land Exchange Act. S. 869.

                Former Charleston Naval Base Land Exchange Act of 2012. 
                    S. 2061.

                ``Inabinett, Sr., Post Office, Representative Curtis 
                    B.''. H.R. 6379; Mr. Clyburn et al.

        South Dakota:

                Black Hills Cemetery Act. H.R. 3874; Mrs. Noem.

                McGovern, Honorable George, Death of. S. Res. 607.

                Minuteman Missile National Historic Site Boundary 
                    Modification Act. S. 1478.

        Tennessee:

                ``Anderson Plaza, M.D.''. H.R. 1264; Mr. Fincher et al.

                Manhattan Project National Historical Park Act. H.R. 
                    5987; Mr. Hastings of Washington et al.

                Tennessee Wilderness Act. S. 1090.

        Texas:

                ``Brown United States Courthouse, Paul''. H.R. 6633; Mr. 
                    Hall et al.

                ``Bush, George H.W. and George W. Bush United States 
                    Courthouse and George Mahon Federal Building.''. 
                    H.R. 362; Mr. Conaway et al.

                ``Davis Post Office, Sergeant Chris''. H.R. 1632; Mr. 
                    Neugebauer et al.

                Kay Bailey Hutchinson Spousal IRA. S. 3667.

                McNerney Post Office Building, Army First Sergeant 
                    David. H.R. 3477; Mr. Poe of Texas et al.

                ``Morris Post Office Building, Army Specialist Matthew 
                    Troy''. H.R. 298; Mr. Carter et al.

                North Texas Zebra Mussel Barrier Act. H.R. 6007; Mr. 
                    Hall et al.

                San Antonio Missions National Historical Park Boundary 
                    Expansion Act. H.R. 3100; Mr. Canseco et al. S. 114.

                ``Schertz Veterans Post Office''. H.R. 771; Mr. Cuellar 
                    et al.

                ``Tomball Veterans Post Office''. H.R. 2660; Mr. McCaul 
                    et al.

                Waco Mammoth National Monument Establishment Act. H.R. 
                    1545; Mr. Flores et al.

                Ysleta del Sur Pueblo and Alabama and Coushatta Indian 
                    Tribes of Texas Restoration Act Amendments. H.R. 
                    1560; Mr. Reyes.

        Utah:

                Bonneville Unit Clean Hydropower Facilitation Act. H.R. 
                    460; H.R. 460; Mr. Chaffetz et al. S. 499. S. 499.

                Box Elder Utah Land Conveyance Act. H.R. 1258; Mr. 
                    Bishop of Utah.

                Land Conveyance to the Town of Alta, Utah. S. 684.

                Land Conveyance to the Town of Mantua, Utah. S. 683.

                South Utah Valley Electric Conveyance Act. H.R. 461; Mr. 
                    Chaffetz et al. S. 500.

                Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation in the State of 
                    Utah, Clarification of Authority. H.R. 4027; Mr. 
                    Matheson et al.

                Uintah Water Conservancy District. H.R. 818; Mr. 
                    Matheson. S. 808. S. 808.

                Utah National Guard Readiness Act. H.R. 686; Mr. Bishop 
                    of Utah et al.

                Wasatch Range Recreation Access Enhancement Act. H.R. 
                    3452; Mr. Bishop of Utah et al.

                Y Mountain Access Enhancement Act. H.R. 4484; Mr. 
                    Chaffetz et al.

        Virgin Islands:

                Government of the Virgin Islands, to Create the Office 
                    of Chief Financial Officer of. H.R. 3706; Mrs. 
                    Christensen.

                Revised Organic Act of the Virgin Islands Amendment. 
                    H.R. 6116; Mrs. Christensen et al.

        Virginia:

                Indian Tribes of Virginia Federal Recognition Act. S. 
                    379.

                Virginia, Accomack County, Atlantic District, Remove 
                    Restrictions from a Parcel of Land. H.R. 2087; Mr. 
                    Rigell et al.

                        Consideration of. H. Res. 587; Mr. Bishop of 
                            Utah.

        Washington:

                Alpine Lakes Wilderness Additions and Pratt and Middle 
                    Fork Snoqualmie Rivers Protection Act. S. 322.

                ``Anderson Post Office, National Park Ranger 
                    Margaret.''. H.R. 5788; Mr. Reichert et al.

                Illabot Creek. H.R. 1740; Mr. Larsen of Washington.

                Manhattan Project National Historical Park Act. H.R. 
                    5987; Mr. Hastings of Washington et al.

                North Cascades National Park Service Complex Fish 
                    Stocking Act. H.R. 2351; Mr. Hastings of Washington.

                Quileute Indian Tribe Tsunami and Flood Protection. H.R. 
                    1162; Mr. Dicks.

                Rattlesnake Mountain Public Access Act. H.R. 2719; Mr. 
                    Hastings of Washington.

                Washington, Illabot Creek in Skagit County. S. 888.

        West Virginia:

                ``Broadwater Federal Building and United States 
                    Courthouse, W. Craig''. S. 307.

        Wisconsin:

                Lower St. Croix Wild and Scenic River. H.R. 850; Mrs. 
                    Bachmann et al.

                ``Schiller Post Office, Captain Rhett W.''. S. 3630.

                Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. H. 
                    Res. 775; Mr. Ryan of Wisconsin et al.

        Wyoming:

                Powell Shooting Range Land Conveyance Act. S. 2015.

                Wallop, Honorable Malcolm, Death of. S. Res. 268.

Statutory Limit on the Public Debt, to Implement the President's Request 
    to Increase. H.R. 1954; Mr. Camp. S. 1326.

STEM Jobs Act. H.R. 6429; Mr. Smith of Texas et al.

        Consideration of. H. Res. 821; Mr. Nugent.

Stop Canadian Trash Act. S. 840.

Stop Tobacco Smuggling in the Territories Act. H.R. 5934; Mr. 
    Faleomavaega et al.

Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge Act. H.R. 1148; Mr. Walz of 
    Minnesota et al. S. 2038.

Student Visa Reform Act. H.R. 3120; Ms. Zoe Lofgren of California.

Studies of Voluntary Community-Based Flood Insurance Options. H.R. 6186; 
    Ms. Moore et al.

Sunset Date for Certain Protests of Task and Deliver Order Contracts, 
    Extension of. H.R. 899; Mr. Lankford et al.

Sunshine for Regulatory Decrees and Settlements Act. H.R. 3862; Mr. 
    Quayle et al.

Sunshine in Litigation Act. S. 623.

Sunshine in the Courtroom Act. S. 410.

Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act of 1977 Amendment. S. 897.

Swap Data Repository and Clearinghouse Indemnification Correction Act of 
    2012. H.R. 4235; Mr. Dold et al.

Swap Execution Facility Clarification Act. H.R. 2586; Mr. Garrett et al.

Swap Jurisdiction Certainty Act. H.R. 3283; Mr. Himes et al.

Synthetic Drug Control Act. H.R. 1254; Mr. Dent et al.

                                    T

Target Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act. H.R. 3065; Mr. 
    Shuler et al.

Targeted Killing of United States Citizens and Targets Abroad, Documents 
    and Legal Memoranda in the Attorney General's Possession Relating to 
    the Practice of. H. Res. 819; Mr. Kucinich et al.

TAXATION AND TAXES:

        American Jobs Act of 2011. S. 1549. S. 1660.

        Andrew P. Carpenter Tax Act. H.R. 5044; Mr. DesJarlais et al.

        Buffett Rule Act. H.R. 6410; Mr. Scalise et al.

        Business Activity Tax Simplification Act. H.R. 1439; Mr. 
            Goodlatte et al.

        Comprehensive 1099 Taxpayer Protection and Repayment of Exchange 
            Subsidy Overpayments Act. H.R. 705; Mr. Camp.

        Eliminate Certain Tax Benefits Relating to Abortion. H.R. 1232; 
            Mr. Camp.

        Energy Freedom and Economic Prosperity Act. S. 2064.

        Ethanol Subsidy and Tariff Repeal Act. S. 1057.

        Family and Business Tax Cut Certainty Act of 2012. S. 3521.

        Federal Employee Tax Accountability Act. H.R. 828; Mr. Chaffetz.

        Fighting Fraud to Protect Taxpayers Act. S. 890.

        Individual Income Tax Returns in the Case of a Federal 
            Government Shutdown, Extension of Time for Filing. S. 783.

        Middle Class Tax Cut Act. H.R. 15; Mr. Levin et al. S. 1917. S. 
            3393. S. 3412.

        Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act. H.R. 3630; Mr. 
            Camp et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 491; Mr. Dreier.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 554; Mr. Scott of South 
                    Carolina.

        Mobile Workforce State Income Tax Simplification Act. H.R. 1864; 
            Mr. Coble et al.

        Pathway to Job Creation through a Simpler, Fairer Tax Code Act. 
            H.R. 6169; Mr. Dreier et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 747; Mr. Scott of South 
                    Carolina.

        Paying a Fair Share Act. S. 2230.

        Permanent Tax Relief Act. S. 3420.

        Repeal Big Oil Tax Subsidies Act. S. 2204.

        Small Business Jobs and Tax Relief Act. S. 2237.

        Small Business Tax Cut Act. H.R. 9; Mr. Cantor et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 620; Mr. Sessions.

        Taxpayers Right to Know Act. H.R. 3609; Mr. Lankford et al.

        Temporary Payroll Tax Cut Continuation Act. H.R. 3765; Mr. Camp.

        The Payroll Tax Holiday, Federally Funded Unemployment Insurance 
            Benefits, or Prevent Decreases in Reimbursement for 
            Physicians Who Provide Care to Medicare Beneficiaries, 
            Extension of. H. Res. 501; Mr. Price of Georgia.

        Thrift Savings Fund Are Subject to Certain Federal Tax Levies. 
            H.R. 4365; Ms. Buerkle et al.

        To Temporarily Extend Tax Relief Provisions Enacted in 2001 and 
            2003. S. 3401. S. 3413.

        Wireless Tax Fairness Act. H.R. 1002; Ms. Zoe Lofgren of 
            California et al.

        Withholding Tax Relief Act. S. 1726.

Taxpayer Financing of Presidential Election Campaigns and Party 
    Conventions, Termination of. H.R. 359; Mr. Cole et al. H.R. 3463; 
    Mr. Harper et al.

        Consideration of (H.R. 359). H. Res. 54; Ms. Foxx.

        Consideration of (H.R. 3463). H. Res. 477; Mr. Woodall.

Temporary Bankruptcy Judgeships Extension Act. H.R. 1021; H.R. 4967; 
    H.R. 4967; Mr. Smith of Texas et al. S. 1821.

Theft of Trade Secrets Clarification Act. S. 3642.

Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary and Underwater Preserve Boundary 
    Modification Act. S. 485.

Title V of the Social Security Act Amendment. H.R. 1215; Mr. Latta et 
    al.

Trademark Act of 1946 Amendment. H.R. 6215; Mr. Smith of Texas.

Transaction Account Guarantee Program Temporarily Extension. S. 3637.

TRANSPORTATION AND TRAVEL:

        American Energy and Infrastructure Jobs Act. H.R. 7; Mr. Mica et 
            al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 547; Mr. Webster.

        Aviation:

                Airport and Airway Extension Act of 2011. H.R. 1079; Mr. 
                    Mica et al.

                Airport and Airway Extension Act of 2011, Part II. H.R. 
                    1893; Mr. Mica et al.

                Airport and Airway Extension Act of 2011, Part III. H.R. 
                    2279; Mr. Mica et al.

                Airport and Airway Extension Act of 2011, Part IV. H.R. 
                    2553; Mr. Mica et al.

                        Consideration of. H. Res. 357; Mr. Webster.

                Airport and Airway Extension Act of 2012. H.R. 3800; Mr. 
                    Mica et al.

                Airport and Airway Trust Fund Financing Reauthorization 
                    Act. H.R. 1034; Mr. Camp.

                Airport and Airway Trust Fund Reauthorization Act. S. 
                    340.

                Aviation Security Stakeholder Participation Act. H.R. 
                    1447; Mr. Thompson of Mississippi et al.

                European Union Emissions Trading Scheme Prohibition Act. 
                    H.R. 2594; Mr. Mica et al. S. 1956.

                FAA Air Transportation Modernization and Safety 
                    Improvement Act. S. 223.

                FAA Reauthorization and Reform Act. H.R. 658; Mr. Mica 
                    et al.

                        Consideration of. H. Res. 189; Mr. Webster.

                        Consideration of the conference report. H. Res. 
                            533; Mr. Webster.

                Federal Aviation Research and Development 
                    Reauthorization Act. H.R. 970; Mr. Hall et al.

                No-Hassle Flying Act. H.R. 6028; Mr. Walsh of Illinois 
                    et al. S. 3542.

                Pilot's Bill of Rights. S. 1335. S. 3268.

                Securing Aircraft Cockpits Against Lasers Act. H.R. 386; 
                    Mr. Daniel E. Lungren of California et al.

                Surface and Air Transportation Programs Extension Act. 
                    H.R. 2887; Mr. Mica et al.

                Transportation Security Administration Ombudsman Act. 
                    H.R. 1165; Ms. Jackson Lee of Texas et al.

                Ultralight Aircraft Smuggling Prevention Act. H.R. 3801; 
                    Ms. Giffords et al. S. 1974.

                Unclaimed Money Recovered at Airport Security 
                    Checkpoints, Disposition of. H.R. 2179; Mr. Miller 
                    of Florida et al.

        Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Enhancement Act. S. 1950.

        Department of Transportation:

                Maritime Administration Authorization Act for Fiscal 
                    Year 2012. S. 1430.

        Hazardous Materials Transportation Safety Improvement Act. S. 
            1952.

        Highways:

                American Energy and Infrastructure Jobs Financing Act. 
                    H.R. 3864; Mr. Camp.

                Federal-Aid Highway Programs Extension. S. 1525.

                Highway Investment, Job Creation, and Economic Growth 
                    Act of 2012. S. 2132.

                Long-Term Surface Transportation Extension Act. S. 1786.

                MAP-21. S. 1813.

                Mariah's Act. S. 1449.

                Surface and Air Transportation Programs Extension Act. 
                    H.R. 2887; Mr. Mica et al.

                Surface Transportation Extension Act of 2011. H.R. 662; 
                    Mr. Mica et al.

                        Consideration of. H. Res. 128; Mr. Sessions.

                Surface Transportation Extension Act of 2012. H.R. 4239; 
                    H.R. 4281; Mr. Mica et al.

                        Consideration of (H.R. 4281). H. Res. 600; Mr. 
                            Webster.

                Surface Transportation Extension Act of 2012, Part II. 
                    H.R. 4348; Mr. Mica et al.

                        Consideration of. H. Res. 619; Ms. Foxx.

                Surface Transportation Extension Act of 2012, Temporary. 
                    H.R. 6064; Mr. Mica.

        Motor Vehicle Insurance Cost Reporting, to Repeal an Obsolete 
            Provision. H.R. 5859; Mr. Harper et al.

        Motorcoach Enhanced Safety Act of 2011. S. 453.

        Pipeline Safety, Regulatory Certainty, and Job Creation Act. 
            H.R. 2845; Mr. Shuster et al.

        Pipeline Transportation Safety Improvement Act. S. 275.

        Railroads:

                Acceptance of Relinquishment of Railroad Right of Way by 
                    Manitou and Pikes Peak Railway Company, Colorado, 
                    Over National Forest System Land. H.R. 4073; Mr. 
                    Lamborn.

                Railroad Antitrust Enforcement Act. S. 49.

                Railway Labor Act. S.J. Res. 30. S.J. Res. 31. S.J. Res. 
                    32.

        Research and Innovative Technology Administration 
            Reauthorization Act. S. 1953.

                                    U

U.S. Safe Web Act of 2006 Extension. H.R. 6131; Mrs. Bono Mack et al. S. 
    3410.

Under the 2007 Passenger Name Record Agreement. H. Res. 255; Mr. King of 
    New York et al.

Unfunded DNA Identification Grant Program, to Eliminate an Unnecessary 
    Reporting Requirement for. H.R. 6605; Mr. Conyers et al.

Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act to the 
    Transportation Security Administration, Applicability of. H.R. 3670; 
    Mr. Walz of Minnesota et al.

United Nations Tax Equalization Refund Act. H.R. 519; Ms. Ros-Lehtinen.

United Nations Transparency, Accountability, and Reform Act. H.R. 2829; 
    Ms. Ros-Lehtinen et al.

United States Astronauts to Artifacts from the Astronauts' Space 
    Missions. H.R. 4158; Mr. Hall et al.

United States Code, Improvements in the Enactment of Title 41. H.R. 
    6080; Mr. Smith of Texas et al.

United States Code, Title 36, Revisions. H.R. 6602; Mr. Smith of Texas 
    et al.

United States Covered Bond Act. H.R. 940; Mr. Garrett et al.

United States Fire Administration Reauthorization Act. S. 2218.

United States Marshals Service 225th Anniversary Commemorative Coin Act. 
    H.R. 886; Mr. Womack et al.

United States Parole Commission Extension Act. H.R. 2944; Mr. Smith of 
    Texas et al.

United States Secret Service Retirement Act of 2012. S. 1515.

USA PATRIOT Act Improvements Act. S. 1125.

USA PATRIOT Act Sunset Extension Act. S. 193. S. 290.

USA PATRIOT Reauthorization Act. S. 291.

                                    V

VACANCIES (House Members):

        First Session:

                California:

                        36th District, Vacated by Jane Harman, Feb. 28, 
                            2011; (Resigned).

                        Filled by Janice Hahn July 19, 2011.

                Nevada:

                        2nd District, Vacated by Dean Heller, May 9, 
                            2011; (Resigned).

                        Filled by Mark E. Amodei Sept. 15, 2011.

                New York:

                        9th District, Vacated by Anthony D. Weiner, June 
                            22, 2011; (Resigned).

                        Filled by Bob Turner Sept. 15, 2011.

                        26th District, Vacated by Christopher J. Lee, 
                            Feb. 9, 2011; (Resigned).

                        Filled by Kathleen C. Hochul June 1, 2011.

                Oregon:

                        1st District, Vacated by David Wu, Aug. 3, 2011; 
                            (Resigned).

                        Filled by Suzanne Bonamici Feb. 7, 2012.

        Second Session:

                Arizona:

                        8th District, Vacated by Gabrielle Giffords, 
                            Jan. 25, 2012; (Resigned).

                        Filled by Ron Barber June 19, 2012.

                California:

                        51st District, Vacated by Bob Filner, Dec. 3, 
                            2012; (Resigned).

                        18th District, Vacated by Dennis Cardoza, Aug. 
                            15, 2012; (Resigned).

                Illinois:

                        2nd District, Vacated by Jesse L. Jackson, Jr., 
                            Nov. 21, 2012; (Resigned).

                Kentucky:

                        4th District, Vacated by Geoff Davis, July 31, 
                            2012; (Resigned).

                        Filled by Thomas Massie Nov. 13, 2012.

                Michigan:

                        11th District, Vacated by Thaddeus G. McCotter, 
                            July 7, 2012; (Resigned).

                        Filled by David Alan Curson Nov. 13, 2012.

                New Jersey:

                        10th District, Vacated by Donald M. Payne, Mar. 
                            6, 2012; (Deceased).

                        Filled by Donald M. Payne, Jr. Nov. 15, 2012.

                South Carolina:

                        1st District, Vacated by Tim Scott, Jan. 2, 
                            2013; (Resigned).

                Washington:

                        1st District, Vacated by Jay Inslee, Mar. 20, 
                            2012; (Resigned).

                        Filled by Suzan K. DelBene Nov. 13, 2012.

VETERANS:

        Andrew P. Carpenter Tax Act. H.R. 5044; Mr. DesJarlais et al.

        Caring for Camp Lejeune Veterans Act. S. 277.

        Clothe a Homeless Hero Act. H.R. 6328; Ms. Hochul et al.

        David F. Winder Department of Veterans Affairs Community Based 
            Outpatient Clinic. S. 3238.

        Dignified Burial of Veterans Act. S. 3202.

        FOR VETS Act. S. 3698.

        Hiring Heroes Act. S. 951.

        Homes for Heroes Act. H.R. 3298; Mr. Al Green of Texas et al.

        Honoring American Veterans Act. H.R. 1627; Mr. Miller of Florida 
            et al.

        Honoring American Veterans Act (H.R. 1627): Correct Enrollment. 
            S. Con. Res. 55.

        Honoring as Veterans Certain Persons who Performed Service in 
            the Reserve Components. H.R. 1025; Mr. Walz of Minnesota et 
            al.

        Improving Transparency of Education Opportunities for Veterans 
            Act. H.R. 4057; Mr. Bilirakis et al.

        ``Mann-Grandstaff Department of Veterans Affairs Medical 
            Center''. H.R. 3197; Mrs. McMorris Rodgers et al.

        Native American Veterans' Memorial Amendments Act. S. 3548.

        Notification to Congress of Conferences Sponsored by the 
            Department of Veterans Affairs. H.R. 2302; Mr. Stutzman.

        Protection for Certain Veterans Otherwise Subject to Reduction 
            in Educational Assistance Benefits. S. 745.

        Repeal of Prohibition on Collective Bargaining with Respect to 
            Compensation of Department of Veterans Affairs Employees 
            Other Than Rates of Basic Pay. S. 572.

        Requirement that Judges on United States Court of Appeals for 
            Veterans Claims Reside Within Fifty Miles of District of 
            Columbia. S. 2045.

        Restoring GI Bill Fairness Act. H.R. 1383; Mr. Miller of Florida 
            et al.

        Servicemembers Civil Relief Act Amendment. H.R. 1263; Mr. 
            Filner.

        Small Business Concern Owned and Controlled by Veterans or Small 
            Business Concern Owned and Controlled by Service-Disabled 
            Veterans. H.R. 1657; Mr. Stutzman.

        ``Tomball Veterans Post Office''. H.R. 2660; Mr. McCaul et al.

        ``Trinka Davis Veterans Village''. H.R. 6374; Mr. Gingrey of 
            Georgia et al.

        VA Major Construction Authorization and Expiring Authorities 
            Extension Act. H.R. 6375; Mr. Miller of Florida et al.

        Veteran Emergency Medical Technician Support Act. H.R. 4124; Mr. 
            Kinzinger of Illinois et al.

        Veteran Skills to Jobs Act. H.R. 4155; Mr. Denham et al. S. 
            2239.

        Veterans Appeals Improvement Act. H.R. 1484; Mr. Filner et al.

        Veterans Fiduciary Reform Act. H.R. 5948; Mr. Johnson of Ohio et 
            al.

        Veterans Health Care Facilities Capital Improvement Act of 2011. 
            H.R. 2646; Mr. Johnson of Ohio.

        Veterans Job Corps. S. 3429. S. 3457.

        Veterans Opportunity to Work Act. H.R. 2433; Mr. Miller of 
            Florida et al.

        Veterans Programs Improvement Act. S. 914.

        Veterans Sexual Assault Prevention and Health Care Enhancement 
            Act. H.R. 2074; Ms. Buerkle et al.

        Veterans' Benefits Training Improvement Act. H.R. 2349; Mr. 
            Runyan et al.

        Veterans' Compensation Cost-of-Living Adjustment Act. H.R. 1407; 
            H.R. 4114; Mr. Runyan et al. S. 894.

        VetStar Award Program. H.R. 802; Mr. Filner et al.

        Vulnerable Veterans Housing Reform Act. H.R. 6361; Mr. Heck et 
            al.

        Women Veterans and Other Health Care Improvements Act. S. 3313.

Veterinary Public Health Amendments Act. H.R. 525; Ms. Baldwin et al.

Video Privacy Protection Act Amendments Act. H.R. 6671; Mr. Goodlatte et 
    al.

Video Tape Service Provider. H.R. 2471; Mr. Goodlatte et al.

Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act. S. 1925. S. 2338.

                                    W

Waco Mammoth National Monument Establishment Act. H.R. 1545; Mr. Flores 
    et al.

War Powers Resolution. H. Con. Res. 28; Mr. Kucinich et al.

WATER AND WATER RESOURCES:

        American Falls Reservoir. S. 334.

        Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement. 
            H.R. 2803; Mr. Faleomavaega.

        C.C. Cragin Dam and Reservoir. H.R. 489; Mr. Gosar. S. 201.

        Chesapeake Bay Accountability and Recovery Act. H.R. 258; Mr. 
            Wittman et al.

        Chesapeake Bay Gateways and Watertrails Network Reauthorization 
            Act. S. 1740.

        Clean Estuaries Act. S. 1313.

        Clean Water Cooperative Federalism Act. H.R. 2018; Mr. Mica et 
            al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 347; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

        Commercial Vessel Discharges Reform Act. H.R. 2840; Mr. LoBiondo 
            et al.

        Delaware River Basin Conservation Act. S. 1266.

        Devil's Staircase Wilderness Act. S. 766.

        East Bench Irrigation District Water Contract Extension Act. S. 
            997.

        Energy and Water Integration Act. S. 1343.

        Environmental Crimes Enforcement Act. S. 350.

        Hoover Power Allocation Act. H.R. 470; Mr. Heck et al. S. 519.

        Idaho Wilderness Water Resources Protection Act. H.R. 2050; Mr. 
            Simpson.

        Identification of Waters Protected by the Clean Water Act. H.R. 
            4965; Mr. Mica et al.

        Inland Empire Perchlorate Ground Water Plume Assessment Act. 
            H.R. 200; Mr. Baca et al.

        Lake Pontchartrain Basin Restoration Program. S. 3264. S. 3687.

        Lake Tahoe Restoration Act. S. 432.

        Long Island Sound Restoration and Stewardship Act. S. 2018.

        North Texas Zebra Mussel Barrier Act. H.R. 6007; Mr. Hall et al.

        Nutria Eradication and Control Act. S. 899.

        Preserving Rural Resources Act. H.R. 4278; Mr. Hurt et al.

        Reducing Regulatory Burdens Act. H.R. 872; Mr. Gibbs et al.

        Sacramento-San Joaquin Valley Water Reliability Act. H.R. 1837; 
            Mr. Nunes et al.

                Consideration of. H. Res. 566; Mr. Bishop of Utah.

        San Francisco Bay Restoration Act. S. 97.

        Senator Paul Simon Water for the World Act. S. 641.

        St. Croix River Crossing Project Authorization Act. S. 1134.

        Uintah Water Conservancy District. H.R. 818; Mr. Matheson.

        Water Resources Research Amendments Act. S. 2104.

Whistleblower Protection Enhancement Act. H.R. 3289; Mr. Issa et al. S. 
    743.

Wildlife Disease Emergency Act. S. 357.

Wildlife Refuge System Conservation Semipostal Stamp Act. H.R. 2236; Mr. 
    Sablan et al.

WMD Intelligence and Information Sharing Act. H.R. 2764; Mr. Meehan et 
    al.

WMD Prevention and Preparedness Act. H.R. 2356; Mr. Pascrell et al.

                                    X

                                    Y

                                    Z

                  
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  STATISTICAL RECAPITULATION AND COMPARISON: FIRST SESSION, ONE HUNDRED 
 TWELFTH CONGRESS; FIRST SESSION, ONE HUNDRED ELEVENTH CONGRESS; FIRST 
 SESSION, ONE HUNDRED TENTH CONGRESS; FIRST SESSION, ONE HUNDRED NINTH 
          CONGRESS; FIRST SESSION, ONE HUNDRED EIGHTH CONGRESS.

                                            HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                  First Session,  First Session,                                  First Session,
                                    One Hundred     One Hundred   First Session,  First Session,    One Hundred
                                      Twelfth        Eleventh       One Hundred     One Hundred       Eighth
                                     Congress        Congress     Tenth Congress  Ninth Congress     Congress
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Convened........................    Jan. 5, 2011    Jan. 6, 2009    Jan. 4, 2007    Jan. 4, 2005    Jan. 7, 2003
Adjourned.......................    Jan. 3, 2012   Dec. 23, 2009   Dec. 19, 2007   Dec. 22, 2005    Dec. 8, 2003
 
Calendar days in session........             177             162             167             143             138
Legislative days in session.....             175             159             164             140             133
                                 ===============================================================================
Bills introduced................           3,756            4412           4,930           4,653           3,700
Joint resolutions introduced....              97              66              75              75              83
Simple resolutions introduced...             508             996             911             645             485
Concurrent resolutions                        95             225             278             330             348
 introduced.....................
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total bills and                      4,456           5,699           6,194           5,703           4,616
       resolutions..............
                                 ===============================================================================
Public laws:
    Approved....................              90             125             179             169             198
    Over veto...................               0               0               1               0               0
    Without approval............               0               0               0               0               0
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, public laws........              90             125             180             169             198
                                 ===============================================================================
Private laws....................               0               0               0               0               0
                                 ===============================================================================
      Grand total, public and                 90             125             180             169             198
       private laws.............
                                 ===============================================================================
Committee reports:
    Union calendar..............             200             218             301             184             224
    House calendar..............              97             144             174             141             139
    Private calendar............               0               0               0               1               1
    Conference reports..........               3              11              12              20              24
    Special reports.............              50              10               8              10               6
    Not assigned to a calendar..              10               5              12               8              11
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total.......................             360             388             507             364             405
                                 ===============================================================================
Reported bills acted upon:
    Union calendar..............             121             174             257             120             161
    House calendar..............              91             128             168             111             123
    Private calendar............               0               0               0               1               1
    Conference reports..........               3              11              12              20              24
    Special reports.............               0               0               0               0               0
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total acted upon............             215             313             437             252             309
                                 ===============================================================================
Special reports, conference                  145              75              70             112              96
 reports, reported bills
 pending, and not assigned......
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total reported............             360             388             507             364             405
                                 ===============================================================================
Resolutions agreed to:
    Simple......................             132             454             453             262             221
    House concurrent............              23              68              94              88              77
    Senate concurrent...........               7              11               9              11               8
                                 ===============================================================================
      Total agreed to...........             162             533             556             361             306
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 STATISTICAL RECAPITULATION AND COMPARISON: SECOND SESSION, ONE HUNDRED 
 TWELFTH CONGRESS; SECOND SESSION, ONE HUNDRED ELEVENTH CONGRESS SECOND 
 SESSION, ONE HUNDRED TENTH CONGRESS; SECOND SESSION, ONE HUNDRED NINTH 
         CONGRESS; SECOND SESSION, ONE HUNDRED EIGHTH CONGRESS.

                                            HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      Second          Second
                                   Session, One    Session, One       Second          Second          Second
                                      Hundred         Hundred      Session, One    Session, One    Session, One
                                      Twelfth        Eleventh      Hundred Tenth   Hundred Ninth  Hundred Eighth
                                     Congress        Congress        Congress        Congress        Congress
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Convened........................    Jan. 3, 2012    Jan. 5, 2010    Jan. 3, 2008    Jan. 3, 2006   Jan. 20, 2004
Adjourned.......................    Jan. 3, 2013   Dec. 22, 2010    Jan. 3, 2009    Dec. 9, 2006    Dec. 7, 2004
 
Calendar days in session........             153             128             119             104             110
Legislative days in session.....             153             127             119             101             110
                                 ===============================================================================
Bills introduced................           2,967           2,158           2,410           1,783           1,731
Joint resolutions introduced....              25              41              26              27              32
Simple resolutions introduced...             337             788             624             465             390
Concurrent resolutions                        52             111             165             174             184
 introduced.....................
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total bills and                      3,381           3,098           3,225           2,449           2,337
       resolutions..............
                                 ===============================================================================
Public laws:
    Approved....................             193             258             277             313             300
    Over veto...................               0               0               3               0               0
    Without approval............               0               0               0               0               0
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, public laws........             193             258             280             313             300
                                 ===============================================================================
Private laws....................               1               2               0               1               6
                                 ===============================================================================
      Grand total, public and                194             260             280             314             306
       private laws.............
                                 ===============================================================================
Committee reports:
    Union calendar..............             258             189             281             221             241
    House calendar..............              64             104             114             111             119
    Private calendar............               7               0               5               1               5
    Conference reports..........               4               2               4               9              15
    Special reports.............              53              30               8              34              24
    Not assigned to a calendar..               6               2              13              12               9
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total.......................             392             327             425             388             413
                                 ===============================================================================
Reported bills acted upon:
    Union calendar..............             144             128             219             152             170
    House calendar..............              59              93             112              90              93
    Private calendar............               7               0               4               1               4
    Conference reports..........               4               2               4               9              15
    Special reports.............               0               0               0               0               0
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total acted upon............             214             223             339             252             282
                                 ===============================================================================
Special reports, conference                  178             104              86             136             131
 reports, reported bills
 pending, and not assigned......
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total reported............             392             327             425             388             413
                                 ===============================================================================
Resolutions agreed to:
    Simple......................              86             440             369             213             211
    House concurrent............              18              51              94              78              88
    Senate concurrent...........              13               7               6               9              15
                                 ===============================================================================
      Total agreed to...........             117             498             469             300             314
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     STATISTICAL RECAPITULATION AND COMPARISON: ONE HUNDRED TWELFTH 
CONGRESS; ONE HUNDRED ELEVENTH CONGRESS; ONE HUNDRED TENTH CONGRESS; ONE 
          HUNDRED NINTH CONGRESS; ONE HUNDRED EIGHTH CONGRESS.

                                            HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                    One Hundred     One Hundred                                     One Hundred
                                      Twelfth        Eleventh       One Hundred     One Hundred       Eighth
                                     Congress        Congress     Tenth Congress  Ninth Congress     Congress
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Convened........................    Jan. 5, 2011    Jan. 6, 2009    Jan. 4, 2007    Jan. 4, 2005    Jan. 7, 2003
Adjourned.......................    Jan. 3, 2013   Dec. 22, 2010    Jan. 3, 2009    Dec. 9, 2006    Dec. 7, 2004
 
Calendar days in session........             330             290             286             247             248
Legislative days in session.....             328             286             283             241             243
                                 ===============================================================================
Bills introduced................           6,723           6,570           7,340           6,436           5,431
Joint resolutions introduced....             122             107             101             102             115
Simple resolutions introduced...             845           1,784           1,535           1,110             875
Concurrent resolutions                       147             336             443             504             532
 introduced.....................
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total bills and                      7,837           8,797           9,419           8,152           6,953
       resolutions..............
                                 ===============================================================================
Public laws:
    Approved....................             283             383             456             482             498
    Over veto...................               0               0               4               0               0
    Without approval............               0               0               0               0               0
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, public laws........             283             383             460             482             498
                                 ===============================================================================
Private laws....................               1               2               0               1               6
                                 ===============================================================================
      Grand total, public and                284             385             460             483             504
       private laws.............
                                 ===============================================================================
Committee reports:
    Union calendar..............             458             407             582             405             465
    House calendar..............             161             248             288             252             258
    Private calendar............               7               0               5               2               6
    Conference reports..........               7              13              16              29              39
    Special reports.............             103              40              16              44              30
    Not assigned to a calendar..              16               7              25              20              20
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total.......................             752             715             932             752             818
                                 ===============================================================================
Reported bills acted upon:
    Union calendar..............             265             302             476             272             331
    House calendar..............             150             221             280             201             216
    Private calendar............               7               0               4               2               5
    Conference reports..........               7              13              16              29              39
    Special reports.............               0               0               0               0               0
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total acted upon............             429             536             776             504             591
                                 ===============================================================================
Special reports, conference                  323             179             156             248             227
 reports, reported bills
 pending, and not assigned......
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total reported............             752             715             932             752             818
                                 ===============================================================================
Resolutions agreed to:
    Simple......................             218             894             822             475             432
    House concurrent............              41             119             188             166             165
    Senate concurrent...........              20              18              15              20              23
                                 ===============================================================================
      Total agreed to...........             279           1,031           1,025             661             620
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                COMPARATIVE STATEMENT, WORK OF THE FIFTY-SECOND TO THE ONE HUNDRED TWELFTH CONGRESS, INCLUSIVE, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
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                                                                                         Number of
                              Congress                               Number of bills      reports        Public laws      Private laws      Total laws
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Fifty-second.......................................................           10,623            2,613              398              324              722
Fifty-third........................................................            8,987            1,982              463              248              711
Fifty-fourth.......................................................           10,378            3,080              384              564              948
Fifty-fifth........................................................           12,223            2,364              429            1,044            1,473
Fifty-sixth........................................................           14,339            3,006              443            1,498            1,941
Fifty-seventh......................................................           17,560            3,919              470            2,311            2,781
Fifty-eighth.......................................................           19,209            4,904              574            3,467            4,041
Fifty-ninth........................................................           25,897            8,174              692            6,248            6,940
Sixtieth...........................................................           28,440            2,300              350              234              584
Sixty-first........................................................           33,015            2,302              525              285              810
Sixty-second.......................................................           28,870            1,628              530              186              716
Sixty-third........................................................           21,616            1,513              417              283              700
Sixty-fourth.......................................................           21,104            1,637              458              226              684
Sixty-fifth........................................................           16,239            1,187              404              104              508
Sixty-sixth........................................................           16,170            1,420              470              124              594
Sixty-seventh......................................................           14,475            1,763              655              276              931
Sixty-eighth.......................................................           12,474            1,652              707              289              996
Sixty-ninth........................................................           17,415            2,319              808              537            1,423
Seventieth.........................................................           17,334            2,821            1,145              577            1,722
Seventy-first......................................................           17,373            2,946            1,009              515            1,524
Seventy-second.....................................................           14,799            2,201              516              327              843
Seventy-third......................................................            9,968            2,066              540              436              976
Seventy-fourth.....................................................           13,026            3,087              985              737            1,722
Seventy-fifth......................................................           10,940            2,785              919              840            1,759
Seventy-sixth......................................................           10,735            3,113            1,005              657            1,662
Seventy-seventh....................................................            7,869            2,748              850              635            1,485
Seventy-eighth.....................................................            5,628            2,099              568              589            1,157
Seventy-ninth......................................................            7,239            2,728              733              892            1,625
Eightieth..........................................................            7,163            2,479              906              457            1,363
Eighty-first.......................................................            9,944            3,254              921            1,103            2,024
Eighty-second......................................................            8,568            2,519              594            1,023            1,617
Eighty-third.......................................................           10,288            2,685              781            1,002            1,783
Eighty-fourth......................................................           12,467            2,974            1,028              893            1,921
Eighty-fifth.......................................................           13,876            2,719              936              784            1,720
Eighty-sixth.......................................................           13,304            2,238              800              492            1,292
Eighty-seventh.....................................................           13,420            2,571              885              684            1,569
Eighty-eighth......................................................           12,829            1,947              666              360            1,026
Eighty-ninth.......................................................           18,552            2,349              810              473            1,283
Ninetieth..........................................................           20,587            1,985              640              362            1,002
Ninety-first.......................................................           20,015            1,808              695              246              941
Ninety-second......................................................           17,230            1,637              607              161              768
Ninety-third.......................................................           17,690            1,668              651              123              774
Ninety-fourth......................................................           15,863            1,793              588              141              729
Ninety-fifth.......................................................           14,414            1,843              633              170              803
Ninety-sixth.......................................................            8,456            1,567              613              123              736
Ninety-seventh.....................................................            7,458            1,013              473               56              529
One Hundred Second.................................................            6,212            1,102              590               20              610
One Hundred Third..................................................            5,310              894              465                8              473
One Hundred Fourth.................................................            4,344              887              333                4              337
One Hundred Fifth..................................................            4,874              851              394               10              404
One Hundred Sixth..................................................            5,681            1,056              580               24              604
One Hundred Seventh................................................            5,767              811              377                6              383
One Hundred Eighth.................................................            5,431              818              498                6              504
One Hundred Ninth..................................................            6,436              752              482                1              483
One Hundred Tenth..................................................            7,340              932              460                0              460
One Hundred Eleventh...............................................            6,570              715              383                2              385
One Hundred Twelfth................................................            6,723              752              283                1              284
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    RECAPITULATION AND ANALYSIS OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS OF PREVIOUS 
                               CONGRESSES

                                FOOTNOTES


        In the Seventy-second Congress the total laws numbered 843, 
which were divided as follows: House bills 474, House joint resolutions 
41, Senate bills 294, and Senate joint resolutions 34. Of the 474 House 
bills which became laws, there was included 1 omnibus pension bill 
containing 283 House bills and 155 Senate bills (added to the House bill 
as amendments), making a total of 1,280 bills and resolutions which 
became laws. The 1,280 laws are subdivided as follows: 756 House bills, 
41 House joint resolutions, 449 Senate bills, and 34 Senate joint 
resolutions. Of the 294 Senate bills and 34 Senate joint resolutions 
which became laws, 112 bills and 8 joint resolutions were enacted in 
lieu of House bills, House joint resolutions, and a House concurrent 
resolution, which had been reported from committees and which were laid 
on the table to facilitate the enactment of the legislation. Exclusive 
of bills vetoed and the proposed amendments to the Constitution, the 
House passed 283 House bills (including 2 omnibus pension bills 
containing 1,488 bills, a total of 1,79 bills), and 5 House joint 
resolutions and 1 Senate bill which did not become laws. There were 
introduced in the Senate 5,702 bills, 265 joint resolutions, 45 
concurrent resolutions, and 380 simple resolutions. The Senate passed 
659 Senate bills and 75 Senate joint resolutions. The Senate committees 
made 1,367 reports. Exclusive of bills vetoed and the proposed 
amendments to the Constitution, the Senate passed 350 Senate bills and 
59 Senate joint resolutions, which did not become laws. Of these, 2 
bills were indefinitely postponed in the House; 101 Senate bills and 9 
Senate joint resolutions were pending on House calendars; and 159 Senate 
bills and 19 Senate joint resolutions were pending in House committees. 
One Senate joint resolution was recommitted to committee in the House. 
Two Senate concurrent resolutions were pending in House committees. 
Forty-nine Senate bills and 5 Senate joint resolutions were indefinitely 
postponed in the Senate because similar House bills had become laws or 
were further advanced in the process of becoming laws. The Senate and 
House also passed Senate Joint Resolution 14, proposing an amendment 
(``lame duck'') to the Constitution, which has been ratified; also 
Senate Joint Resolution No. 211, proposing an amendment to the 
Constituion repealing the 18th (prohibition) amendment. Vetoes by 
message numbered 10, of which one act was subsequently passed over the 
veto. One act failed to become law through lack of signature after 
adjournment of the Congress, and 7 acts failed to become laws through 
lack of Executive approval (``pocket vetoes''). Of the acts vetoed there 
was 1 omnibus pension bill, containing 186 House bills and 192 Senate 
bills (added to the House bill as amendments). There were 592 bills 
entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 534 were acted upon, leaving 
58 upon the calendar. Twelve motions to discharge committees from 
consideration of bills were filed, of which 5 were entered on the 
calendar of such motions and 7 did not receive a sufficient number of 
signatures for such entry. Of the 5 so entered on the calendar 4 were 
rejected by the House, and 1 prevailed. The President transmitted to the 
House 88 messages; executive departments transmitted 956 communications. 
Petitions filed numbered 10,809.
        In the Seventy-third Congress the total laws numbered 976, which 
were divided as follows: House bills 533, House joint resolutions 33, 
Senate bills 388, and Senate joint resolutions 22. Of the 388 Senate 
bills and 22 Senate joint resolutions which became laws, 119 bills and 5 
joint resolutions were enacted in lieu of House bills, House joint 
resolutions, and a House concurrent resolution, which had been reported 
from committees and which were laid on the table to facilitate the 
enactment of the legislation. Exclusive of bills vetoed, the House 
passed 88 House bills and 6 House joint resolutions and 5 Senate bills 
which did not become laws. There were introduced in the Senate 3,806 
bills, 144 joint resolutions, 24 concurrent resolutions, and 279 simple 
resolutions. The House passed 660 House bills and 42 House joint 
resolutions. The Senate passed 808 Senate bills and 38 Senate joint 
resolutions. The Senate committees made 1,458 reports. Exclusive of 
bills vetoed, the Senate passed 387 Senate bills and 17 Senate joint 
resolutions which did not become laws. One hundred and twenty-six Senate 
bills and 8 Senate joint resolutions were pending on House calendars; 
and 153 Senate bills and 8 Senate joint resolutions were pending in 
House committees. Sixty-two Senate bills and 4 Senate joint resolutions 
were indefinitely postponed in the Senate because similar House bills 
had become laws or were further advanced in the process of becoming 
laws. Thirty-nine House bills, 1 House joint resolution, 31 Senate bills 
and 1 Senate joint resolution were vetoed, of which 1 act was 
subsequently passed over the veto. There were 492 bills entered upon the 
Consent Calendar, of which 398 were acted upon, leaving 56 upon the 
calendar. Thirty-one motions to discharge committees from consideration 
of bills were filed, of which 6 were entered on the calendar of such 
motions and 25 did not receive a sufficient number of signatures for 
such entry. Of the 6 so entered on the calendar, 2 prevailed and 4 
remained on the Discharge Calendar. The President transmitted to the 
House 88 messages; executive departments transmitted 504 communications. 
Petitions filed numbered 5,201.
        In the Seventy-fourth Congress the total laws numbered 1,722, 
which were divided as follows: House bills 929, House joint resolutions 
83, Senate bills 650, and Senate joint resolutions 60. There were 
introduced in the Senate 4,793 bills, 293 joint resolutions, 41 
concurrent resolutions, and 326 simple resolutions. The House passed 
1,346 House bills and 94 House joint resolutions. The Senate passed 
1,222 Senate bills and 98 Senate joint resolutions. The Senate 
committees made 2,456 reports. Sixty-two Senate bills and 5 Senate joint 
resolutions were pending on House calendars; 319 Senate bills and 16 
Senate joint resolutions were pending in House committees. Seventy-seven 
House bills, 2 House joint resolutions, 67 Senate bills, and 1 Senate 
joint resolution were vetoed, of which 1 act was subsequently passed 
over the veto. There were 1,000 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, 
of which 948 were acted upon, leaving 52 upon the calendar. Thirty-three 
motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills were filed, 
of which 3 were entered on the calendar of such motions and 30 did not 
receive a sufficient number of signatures for such entry. Of the 3 so 
entered on the calendar, 1 prevailed and 1 failed of passage and 1 
remained on the Discharge Calendar. The President transmitted to the 
House 121 messages; executive departments transmitted 876 
communications. Petitions filed numbered 11,228.
        The total laws of the Seventy-fifth Congress numbered 1,759, 
which were divided as follows: House bills 1,061, House joint 
resolutions 96, Senate bills 562, and Senate joint resolutions 40. There 
were introduced in the Senate 4,179 bills, 310 joint resolutions, 41 
concurrent resolutions, and 204 simple resolutions. The House passed 
1,334 House bills and 103 House joint resolutions. The Senate passed 945 
Senate bills and 65 Senate joint resolutions. The Senate committees made 
2,219 reports. Thirty Senate bills and 6 Senate joint resolutions were 
pending on House calendars. Nineteen House bills, 1 House joint 
resolution, 6 Senate bills, and 3 Senate joint resolutions were vetoed, 
of which 3 acts were subsequently passed over the veto. Pocket vetoes: 
50 House bills, 2 House joint resolutions, 31 Senate bills, and 1 Senate 
joint resolution. There were 893 bills entered upon the Consent 
Calendar, of which 869 were acted upon, leaving 24 upon the calendar. 
Forty-three motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
were filed, of which 4 were entered on the calendar of such motions and 
39 did not receive a sufficient number of signatures for such entry. Of 
the 4 so entered on the calendar, 3 prevailed and 1 failed of passage. 
Of the 4 so entered on the calendar, 2 were for the wages-and-hours 
bill. The President transmitted to the House 53 messages; executive 
departments transmitted 1,433 communications. Petitions filed number 
5,369.
        The total laws of the Seventy-sixth Congress numbered 1,662, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 957; House joint 
resolutions, 77; Senate bills, 588; and Senate joint resolutions, 40.
        There were introduced in the Senate 4,438 bills, 308 joint 
resolutions, 56 concurrent resolutions, and 342 simple resolutions. 
There were introduced in the House 10,735 bills, 647 resolutions, 623 
joint resolutions, 95 concurrent resolutions.
        The House passed 1,329 House bills and 74 House joint 
resolutions and 635 Senate bills and 42 Senate joint resolutions.
        The Senate committees made 2,226 reports. The House committees 
made 3,113 reports.
        Twenty-one Senate bills and four Senate joint resolutions were 
pending on House calendars.
        Vetoed, 165. House bills vetoed, 78; Senate bills vetoed, 46; 
House bills pocket vetoed, 22; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 19.
        There were 967 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
945 were acted upon, leaving 22 upon the calendar. Thirty-seven motions 
to discharge committees from consideration of bills were filed, 35 of 
which did not receive a sufficient number of signatures for entry on the 
calendar of such motions. Two motions to discharge committees were 
placed on the Discharge Calendar, and two were agreed to.
        The President transmitted to the House 14 messages, executive 
departments transmitted 2,075 communications. Petitions filed numbered 
9,426.
        The total laws of the Seventy-seventh Congress numbered 1,485, 
which were divided as follows: 1,018 House bills; 467 Senate bills.
        There were introduced in the Senate 2,924 bills, 170 joint 
resolutions, 42 concurrent resolutions, and 337 simple resolutions. 
There were introduced in the House 7,869 bills, 371 House joint 
resolutions, 86 concurrent resolutions, and 587 simple resolutions.
        The House passed 1,367 House bills and 482 Senate bills.
        The Senate committees made 1,856 reports. The House committees 
made 2,748 reports.
        Twenty-one Senate bills and two Senate joint resolutions were 
pending on House calendars.
        Vetoed, 74. House bills vetoed, 38; Senate bills vetoed, 33; 
House bills pocket vetoed, 3; Senate bills pocket vetoed, none.
        There were 682 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
658 were acted upon, leaving 24 upon the calendar.
        Fifteen motions to discharge committees from consideration of 
bills were filed, 14 of which did not receive a sufficient number of 
signatures for entry on the calendar of such motions. One motion to 
discharge committees was placed on the Discharge Calendar, and one was 
agreed to.
        The President transmitted to the House 10 messages; executive 
departments transmitted 2,042 communications. Petitions filed numbered 
3,498.
        The total laws of the Seventy-eighth Congress numbered 1,157, 
which were divided as follows: House bills and joint resolutions, 788; 
Senate bills and joint resolutions, 369; public laws, 568; private laws, 
589.
        There were introduced in the Senate 2,217 bills, 165 joint 
resolutions, 59 concurrent resolutions, and 356 simple resolutions. 
There were introduced in the House 5,628 bills, 324 House joint 
resolutions, 104 concurrent resolutions, 683 simple resolutions.
        The House passed 935 House bills and 50 House joint resolutions 
and 358 Senate bills and 13 Senate joint resolutions.
        Two House bills were vetoed but failed of passage over 
Presidential veto.
        One House bill and one Senate bill were allowed to become law 
without the approval by the President.
        One House bill and one Senate bill were passed over Presidential 
veto.
        The Senate committees made 1,393 reports. The House Committees 
made 2,099 reports.
        Seven Senate bills, one Senate joint resolution, and one Senate 
concurrent resolution were pending on House calendars.
        Vetoed, 46. House bills vetoed, 14; Senate bills vetoed, 14; 
Senate joint resolution, 1. House bills pocket vetoed, 14; Senate bills 
pocket vetoed, 3.
        There were 451 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
431 were acted upon, leaving 20 upon the calendar.
        Twenty-one motions to discharge committees from consideration of 
bills were filed, 18 of which did not receive a sufficient number of 
signatures for entry on the calendar of such motions. Three motions to 
discharge committees were placed on the Discharge Calendar, and 3 were 
agreed to.
        The President transmitted to the House 7 messages; executive 
departments transmitted 2,112 communications. Petitions filed numbered 
6,253.
        There were 300 rollcalls, divided as follows: 144 quorum calls 
and 156 yeas and nays.
        The total laws of the Seventy-ninth Congress numbered 1,625, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 1,118; House joint 
resolutions, 55; Senate bills, 429; Senate joint resolutions, 23; public 
laws, 733; private laws, 892.
        There were introduced in the Senate 2,509 bills, 189 joint 
resolutions, 76 concurrent resolutions, and 321 simple resolutions. 
There were introduced in the House 7,239 bills, 393 House joint 
resolutions, 169 concurrent resolutions, 760 simple resolutions.
        The House passed 1,399 House bills and 64 House joint 
resolutions and 417 Senate bills and 23 Senate joint resolutions.
        Two House bills (H.R. 4908) (H.R. 6042) and two House joint 
resolutions (H.J. Res. 106) (H.J. Res. 225) were vetoed but failed of 
passage over Presidential veto.
        One House bill (H.R. 1975) was allowed to become law without the 
approval by the President.
        Fourteen House bills and six Senate bills were pocket vetoed.
        The Senate committees made 1,929 reports. The House committees 
made 2,728 reports.
        Eleven Senate bills, 3 Senate joint resolutions, and no Senate 
concurrent resolutions were pending on House calendars.
        Vetoed, 76. House bills vetoed, 43; House joint resolutions, 2; 
Senate bills vetoed, 11; Senate joint resolutions, 0. House bills pocket 
vetoed, 14; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 6.
        There were 603 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
600 were acted upon, leaving 3 upon the calendar.
        Thirty-five motions to discharge committees from consideration 
of bills were filed, 32 of which did not receive a sufficient number of 
signatures for entry on the calendar of such motions. Three motions to 
discharge committees were placed on the Discharge Calendar, and 1 was 
agreed to and in 2 instances Discharge Motion No. 23 (H.R. 4051) and 
Discharge Motion No. 28 (H.R. 1362) received the required number of 
signatures and were placed on the Discharge Calendar but the bills were 
considered under special rules (H. Res. 631 and H. Res. 635) prior to 
being called up under the Discharge Rule.
        The President transmitted to the House 7 messages; executive 
departments transmitted 1,525 communications. Petitions filed numbered 
2,144.
        There were 489 rollcalls, divided as follows: 258 quorum calls 
and 231 yeas and nays.
        The total laws of the Eightieth Congress numbered 1,363, which 
were divided as follows: House bills, 848; House joint resolutions, 57; 
Senate bills, 408; Senate joint resolutions, 50; public laws, 906; 
private laws, 457.
        The House passed 1,192 House bills, 67 House joint resolutions, 
427 Senate bills, 53 Senate joint resolutions, and 53 House concurrent 
resolutions.
         The Senate passed 900 House bills, 59 House joint resolutions, 
633 Senate bills, and 73 Senate joint resolutions.
        Vetoed, 75; House bills vetoed, 25; Senate bills vetoed, 14; 
Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 1; House joint resolutions vetoed, 2; 
House bills pocket vetoed, 27; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 5; Senate 
joint resolutions vetoed, 1.
        One House bill (H.R. 1) was vetoed but failed of passage over 
Presidential veto.
        One Senate bill (S. 1004) was vetoed but failed of passage in 
Senate over Presidential veto.
        One House bill (H.R. 3950) was vetoed and passed House over veto 
but failed of passage in the Senate over Presidential veto.
        Four House bills (H.R. 3020, H.R. 4790, H.R. 5052, H.R. 6355), 
one House joint resolution (H.J. Res. 296), and one Senate bill (S. 110) 
were vetoed and passed House and Senate over Presidential veto, and 
became public laws.
        There were introduced in the House 7,163 House bills, 448 House 
joint resolutions, 225 House concurrent resolutions, and 725 simple 
resolutions.
        There were introduced in the Senate 2,945 bills, 241 joint 
resolutions, 63 concurrent resolutions, and 282 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees made 1,777 reports.
        The House committees made 2,479 reports. Eight Senate bills and 
no Senate joint resolutions were pending on House calendars.
        There were 819 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
786 were acted upon, leaving 33 upon the calendar.
        There were 285 rollcalls, divided as follows: 122 quorum calls 
and 163 yeas and nays.
        Twenty motions to discharge committees from consideration of 
bills were filed, one of which received a sufficient number of 
signatures for entry on the calendar of such motions (H.R. 2245).
        The President transmitted to the House 7 messages which were 
referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. 
Executive departments transmitted 1,864 communications. Petitions filed 
numbered 2,163.
        The total laws of the Eighty-first Congress numbered 2,024, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 1,272; House joint 
resolutions, 68; Senate bills, 651; Senate joint resolutions, 33; public 
laws, 921; private laws, 1,103.
        The House passed 1,687 House bills, 82 House joint resolutions, 
680 Senate bills, 33 Senate joint resolutions, and 50 House concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 1,330 House bills, 74 House joint resolutions, 
913 Senate bills, and 45 Senate joint resolutions.
        Vetoed, 79: House bills vetoed, 43; Senate bills vetoed, 25; 
Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions vetoed, 2; 
House bills pocket vetoed, 7; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 2; Senate 
joint resolutions, 0.
        One House bill (H.R. 7916), 1 Senate bill (S. 2681) became laws 
without Presidential approval.
        One House joint resolution (H.J. Res. 238) was vetoed and passed 
House over veto, but was placed on table in in Senate and no action 
taken.
        One House bill (H.R. 87) was vetoed and passed House over veto 
but failed of passage in the Senate over Presidential veto.
        Three House bills (H.R. 1036, H.R. 6217, H.R. 9490) were vetoed 
and passed House and Senate over Presidential veto, and became laws.
        There were introduced in the House 9,944 bills, 558 joint 
resolutions, 298 concurrent resolutions, and 896 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the Senate 4,275 bills, 211 joint 
resolutions, 108 concurrent resolutions, and 381 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees made 2,701 reports.
        The House committees made 3,254 reports. Six Senate bills and 
one Senate joint resolution were pending on House calendars.
        There were 749 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
743 were acted upon; leaving 6 on the calendar.
        There were 543 rollcalls, divided as follows: 268 quorum calls 
and 275 yeas and nays.
        Thirty-four motions to discharge committees from consideration 
of bills were filed, 3 of which received a sufficient number of 
signatures for entry on the calendar of such motions. (No. 8, No. 18, 
and No. 31.)
        The President transmitted to the House four messages which were 
referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. 
Executive departments transmitted 1,815 communications. Petitions filed 
numbered 2,416.
        The total laws of the Eighty-second Congress numbered 1,617, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 974; House joint 
resolutions, 54; Senate bills, 576; Senate joint resolutions, 13; public 
laws, 594; private laws, 1,023.
        The House passed 1,340 House bills, 65 House joint resolutions, 
588 Senate bills, 15 Senate joint resolutions, and 35 House concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 994 House bills, 56 House joint resolutions, 
775 Senate bills, and 23 Senate joint resolutions.
        Vetoed, 22: House bills vetoed, 8; Senate bills vetoed, 5; 
Senate joint resolution voted, 1; House joint resolutions vetoed, 0; 
House bills pocket vetoed, 4; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 4; Senate 
joint resolutions, 0.
        One Senate bill (S. 2635) became law without Presidential 
approval.
        One Senate bill (S. 827) was voted first session, and passed 
Senate over veto, second session, but no action taken by the House.
        One Senate joint resolution (S.J. Res. 20) was vetoed and was 
placed on the table in Senate and no action taken.
        One House bill (H.R. 3096) was vetoed and passed House over veto 
but Senate failed to act upon it.
        Two House bills (H.R. 3193 and H.R. 5678) and one Senate bill 
(S. 1864) were vetoed and passed House and Senate over Presidential 
veto, and became laws.
        There were introduced in the House 8,568 bills, 497 joint 
resolutions, 242 concurrent resolutions, and 748 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the Senate 3,494 bills, 171 joint 
resolutions, 90 concurrent resolutions, and 354 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees made 2,121 reports.
        The House committees made 2,519 reports.
        Eight Senate bills and no Senate joint resolutions were pending 
on House calendars.
        There were 471 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
458 were acted upon; leaving 13 on the calendar.
        There were 364 rollcalls, divided as follows: 183 quorum calls 
and 181 yeas and nays.
        Fourteen motions to discharge committees from consideration of 
bills were filed, none of which received a sufficient number of 
signature for entry on the calendar of such motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 5 messages which were 
referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union. 
Executive departments transmitted 1,636 communications. Petitions filed 
numbered 800.
        The total laws of the Eighty-third Congress numbered 1,783, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 1,078; House joint 
resolutions, 46; Senate bills, 638; Senate joint resolutions, 31; public 
laws, 781; private laws, 1,002.
        The House passed 1,392 House bills, 55 House joint resolutions, 
649 Senate bills, 33 Senate joint resolutions, and 52 House concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 1,116 House bills, 46 House joint resolutions, 
1,030 Senate bills, and 43 Senate joint resolutions.
        Vetoed, 52. House bills vetoed, 14; Senate bills vetoed, 7; 
Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills pocket vetoed, 16; 
Senate bills pocket vetoed, 15.
        There were introduced in the Senate 3,893 bills, 184 Senate 
joint resolutions, 109 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 322 simple 
resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House 10,288 House bills, 587 House 
joint resolutions, 273 House concurrent resolutions, and 716 
resolutions.
        The Senate comittees made made 2,507 reports.
        The House committees made 2,685 reports.
        Six Senate bills and 1 Senate joint resolution were pending on 
the House calendars.
        There were 579 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar of which 
567 were acted upon, leaving 12 upon the calendar.
        There were 271 rollcalls divided as follows: 124 quorum calls 
and 147 yeas and nays.
        Ten motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
were filed, one of which received a sufficient number of signatures for 
entry on the calendar of such motions (No. 9, H. Res. 590), and was 
passed by the House. Motion No. 10 (H. Res. 612, H.R. 9020) was filed. 
The bill was passed under suspension before the required number of 
signatures obtained.
        The President transmitted to the House 5 messages which were 
referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union; 
executive departments transmitted 1,855 communications. Petitions filed, 
1,147.
        The total laws of the Eighty-fourth Congress numbered 1,921, 
which were divided as follows: House bills 1,215; House joint 
resolutions, 89; Senate bills, 579; Senate joint resolutions, 38; public 
laws, 1,028; private laws, 893.
        The House passed 1,562 House bills; 102 House joint resolutions; 
656 Senate bills; 40 Senate joint resolutions, and 58 House concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 1,251 House bills; 90 House joint resolutions; 
1,159 Senate bills; 50 Senate joint resolutions.
        Vetoed 34. House bills vetoed, 7; Senate bills vetoed, 4; Senate 
joint resolutions vetoed, 1; House joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House 
bills pocket vetoed, 13; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 8; Senate joint 
resolutions pocket vetoed, 1.
        There were introduced in the Senate 4,315 bills; 203 joint 
resolutions; 88 concurrent resolutions, and 329 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House 12,467 House bills; 702 House 
joint resolutions; 277 House concurrent resolutions, and 658 simple 
resolutions.
        The Senate committees made 2,827 reports.
        The House committees made 2,974 reports.
        Thirteen Senate bills and Senate joint resolutions were pending 
on House calendars.
        There were 817 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
795 were acted upon, leaving 22 upon the calendar.
        There were 279 rollcalls divided as follows: 130 quorum calls 
and 149 yeas and nays.
        Six motions to discharge committees from considerations of bills 
were filed, 1 of which received a sufficient number of signatures for 
entry on the calendar of such motions and was pending on Discharge 
Calendar at adjournment.
        The President transmitted to the House 2 messages which were 
referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union; 
the President also transmitted 83 other messages and the executive 
departments transmitted 2,084 communications. Petitions filed numbered 
1,205. Memorials filed, 517.
        The total laws of the Eighty-fifth Congress numbered 1,720, 
which wee divided as follows: House bills, 937; House joint resolutions, 
114; Senate bills, 649; Senate joint resolution, 20; public laws, 936; 
private laws, 784.
        The House passed 1,253 House bills; 120 House joint resolutions; 
669 Senate bills; 22 Senate joint resolutions, and 51 House concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 988 House bills; 115 House joint resolutions; 
1,062 Senate bills; 37 Senate joint resolutions.
        Vetoed 51. House bills vetoed, 11; Senate bills vetoed, 6; 
Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 1; House joint resolutions vetoed, 0; 
House bills pocket vetoed, 28; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 5; Senate 
joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        There were introduced in the Senate 4,329 bills; 203 joint 
resolutions; 123 concurrent resolutions, and 391 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 13,876 House bills; 704 
House joint resolutions; 381 House concurrent resolutions, and 699 
simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees made 2,505 reports.
        The House committees made 2,719 reports.
        Fifteen Senate bills and 1 Senate joint resolution were pending 
on House calendars.
        There were 639 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
632 were acted upon, leaving 7 upon the calendar.
        There were 415 rollcalls divided as follows: 222 quorum calls 
and 193 yeas and nays.
        Seven motions to discharge committees from consideration of 
bills were filed 1 of which received a sufficient number of signatures 
for entry on the calendar of such motions and passed House July 22, 
1957.
        The President transmitted to the House 2 messages which were 
referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union, 
and the executive departments transmitted 2,268 communications. 
Petitions filed numbered 737.
        The total laws of the Eighty-sixth Congress numbered 1,292, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 765; House joint 
resolutions, 58; Senate bills, 443; Senate joint resolutions, 26; public 
laws, 800; private laws, 492.
        The House passed 1,083 House bills; 65 House joint resolutions; 
460 Senate bills; 28 Senate joint resolutions; and 48 House concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 812 House bills; 59 House joint resolutions; 
768 Senate bills; 41 Senate joint resolutions.
        Vetoed 44. House bills vetoed, 15; Senate bills vetoed, 7; 
Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions vetoed, 0; 
House bills pocket vetoed, 20; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 2; Senate 
joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        There were introduced in the Senate 3,926 bills; 223 joint 
resolutions; 117 concurrent resolutions; and 292 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House 13,304 House bills; 808 House 
joint resolutions; 747 House concurrent resolutions; and 647 simple 
resolutions.
        The Senate committees made 1,948 reports.
        The House committees made 2,238 reports.
        7 Senate bills and 1 Senate joint resolution were pending on 
House calendars.
        There were 578 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
564 were acted upon, leaving 14 upon the calendar.
        There were 382 rollcalls divided as follows: 202 quorum calls 
and 180 yeas and nays.
        7 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
were filed 1 of which received a sufficient number of signatures for 
entry on the calendar of such motions. H. Res. 537, for the 
consideration of H.R. 9983 (pay bill) entered upon Discharge Calendar 
No. 1 June 3, 1960, and passed House June 15, 1960.
        The President transmitted to the House 7 messages which were 
referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union, 
and the executive departments transmitted 2,435 communications. 
Petitions filed numbered 540.
        The total laws of the Eighty-seventh Congress numbered 1,569, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 968; House joint 
resolutions, 51; Senate bills, 514; Senate joint resolutions, 36; public 
laws, 885; private laws, 684.
        The House passed 1,301 House bills; 60 House joint resolutions; 
529 Senate bills, 37 Senate joint resolutions, 59 House concurrent 
resolutions; and 32 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        The Senate passed 1,009 House bills; 52 House joint resolutions; 
834 Senate bills; 58 Senate joint resolutions.
        Vetoed 20. House bills vetoed, 7; Senate bills vetoed, 4; Senate 
joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House 
bills pocket vetoed, 7; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 2; Senate joint 
resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        There were introduced in the Senate 3,810 bills; 238 joint 
resolutions; 98 concurrent resolutions; and 419 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House 13,420 House bill; 908 House 
joint resolutions; 585 House concurrent resolutions; and 838 simple 
resolutions.
        The Senate committees made 2,290 reports.
        The House committees made 2,571 reports.
        7 Senate bills and 1 Senate joint resolution were pending on 
House calendars.
        There were 624 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
615 were acted upon, leaving 9 upon the calendar.
        There were 524 rollcalls divided as follows: 284 quorum calls 
and 240 yeas and nays.
        6 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
were filed, none of which received a sufficient number of signatures for 
entry on the calendar of such motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 12 messages which were 
referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union, 
and the executive departments transmitted 2,630 communications. 
Petitions filed numbered 416.
        The total laws of the Eighty-eighth Congress numbered 1,026; 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 707; House joint 
resolutions, 42; Senate bills, 261; Senate joint resolutions, 16; public 
laws, 666; private laws, 360.
        The House passed 934 House bills; 53 House joint resolutions; 
265 Senate bills; 15 Senate joint resolutions; 56 House concurrent 
resolutions; and 38 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        The Senate passed 725 House bills; 43 House joint resolutions; 
542 Senate bills; 31 Senate joint resolutions.
        Vetoed 9. House bills vetoed, 4; Senate bills vetoed, 1; Senate 
joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House 
bills pocket vetoed, 4; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint 
resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        There were introduced in the Senate 3,250 bills; 208 joint 
resolutions; 100 concurrent resolutions; and 382 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House 12,829 bills, 1,193 joint 
resolutions; 372 concurrent resolutions, and 905 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees made 1,608 reports.
        The House committees made 1,947 reports.
        15 Senate bills and 1 Senate joint resolution were pending on 
House calendars.
        There were 454 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
443 were acted upon, leaving 11 upon the calendar.
        There were 528 rollcalls divided as follows: 296 quorum calls 
and 232 yeas and nays.
        5 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
were filed, none of which received a sufficient number of signatures for 
entry on the calendar of such motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 8 messages which were 
referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union, 
and the executive departments transmitted 2,603 communications. 
Petitions filed numbered 566.
        The total laws of the Eighty-ninth Congress numbered 1,283, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 840; House joint 
resolutions, 39; Senate bills, 373; Senate joint resolutions, 31; public 
laws, 810; private laws, 473.
        The House passed 1,109 House bills, 46 House joint resolutions, 
71 House concurrent resolutions, 471 simple resolutions, and 376 Senate 
bills, 34 Senate joint resolutions, and 41 Senate concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 864 House bills, 36 House joint resolutions, 
64 House concurrent resolutions, and 688 Senate bills, 48 Senate joint 
resolutions, and 50 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        Vetoed, 14. House bills vetoed, 9; Senate bills vetoed, 1; House 
joint resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House 
bills pocket vetoed, 3; Senate bill pocket vetoed, 1; House joint 
resolutions pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 3,931 bills, 198 joint 
resolutions, 116 concurrent resolutions, and 322 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 18,552 bills, 1,322 joint 
resolutions, 1,049 concurrent resolutions, and 1,076 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 1,917 reports.
        The House committees issued 2,349 reports.
        12 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
        There were 409 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
402 were acted upon, leaving 7 upon the calendar.
        There were 782 rollcalls, divided as follows: 388 quorum calls 
and 394 yeas and nays.
        6 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
were filed, 1 of which received a sufficient number of signatures for 
entry on the calendar of such motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 134 messages, 13 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 121 of which were referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 2,837 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 435.
        Memorials filed numbered 498.
        The total laws of the Ninetieth Congress numbered 1,002, which 
were divided as follows: House bills, 540; House joint resolutions, 31; 
Senate bills, 394; Senate joint resolutions, 37; public laws, 640; 
private laws, 362.
        The House passed, 792 House bills, 43 House joint resolutions, 
341 Senate bills, 37 Senate joint resolutions, 47 House concurrent 
resolutions, 20 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 379 simple 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 566 House bills, 31 House joint resolutions, 
720 Senate bills, 59 Senate joint resolutions, 45 House concurrent 
resolutions, and 30 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        Vetoed 8. House bills vetoed, 2; Senate bills vetoed, 0; Senate 
joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House 
bills pocket vetoed, 6; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint 
resolutions pocket vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        There were introduced in the Senate 4,199 bills; 201 joint 
resolutions; 83 concurrent resolutions, and 423 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House 20,587 House bills; 1,473 
House joint resolutions; 843 House concurrent resolutions, and 1,325 
simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 1,670 reports.
        The House committees issued 1,985 reports.
        8 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
        There were 275 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
270 were acted upon, leaving 5 upon the calendar.
        There were 875 rollcalls divided as follows: 397 quorum calls 
and 478 yeas and nays.
        4 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
were filed, none of which received a sufficient number of signatures for 
entry on the calendar of such motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 142 messages, 21 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union, and 121 of which were referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 2,273 communications.
        Petitons filed numbered 408.
        Memorials filed numbered 393.
        The total laws of the Ninety-first Congress numbered 941; which 
were divided as follows: House bills, 582; House joint resolutions, 50; 
Senate bills, 265; Senate joint resolutions, 44; public laws, 695; 
private laws, 246.
        The House passed 762 House bills, 61 House joint resolutions, 72 
House concurrent resolutions, 412 simple resolutions, and 263 Senate 
bills, 45 Senate joint resolutions, and 27 Senate concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 596 House bills, 51 House joint resolutions, 
69 House concurrent resolutions, and 464 Senate bills, 60 Senate joint 
resolutions, and 30 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        Vetoed 11. House bills vetoed, 5; Senate bills vetoed, 2; House 
joint resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House 
bills pocket vetoed, 1; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 3; House joint 
resolutions pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        2 House bills (H.R. 5554 and H.R. H.R. 17795) became laws 
without Presidential approval.
        2 House bills (H.R. 11102 and H.R. 16916) were vetoed and passed 
House and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 4,616 bills, 251 joint 
resolutions, 89 concurrent resolutions, and 509 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 20,015 bills, 1,421 joint 
resolutions, 799 concurrent resolutions, and 1,340 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 2,179 reports.
        The House committees issued 1,808 reports.
        5 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
        There were 274 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
272 were acted upon, leaving 2 upon the calendar.
        There were 812 rollcalls, divided as follows: 369 quorum calls 
and 443 yeas and nays.
        12 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
were filed, one of which received a sufficient number of signatures for 
entry on the calendar of such motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 285 messages, 18 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 267 of which were referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 4,099 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 1,023.
        Memorials filed numbered 719.
        The total laws of the Ninety-second Congress numbered 768, which 
were divided as follows: House bills, 434; House joint resolutions, 48; 
Senate bills, 241; Senate joint resolutions, 44; public laws, 607; 
private laws, 161.
        The House passed 599 House bills, 67 House joint resolutions, 65 
House concurrent resolutions, 401 simple resolutions, and 259 Senate 
bills, 45 Senate joint resolutions, and 33 Senate concurrent 
resolutions.
         Senate passed 461 House bills, 50 House joint resolutions, 58 
House concurrent resolutions, and 466 Senate bills, 28 Senate joint 
resolutions, and 42 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        Vetoed 20. House bills vetoed, 3; Senate bills vetoed, 4; House 
joint resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House 
bills pocket vetoed, 10; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 3; House joint 
resolutions pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        1 Senate bill (S. 2770) was vetoed and passed House and Senate 
over Presidential veto, and became law.
        1 House bill (H.R. 15927) was vetoed and passed House and Senate 
over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 4,133 bills, 275 joint 
resolutions, 102 concurrent resolutions, and 386 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 17,230 bills, 1,331 joint 
resolutions, 726 concurrent resolutions, and 1,171 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 1,307 reports.
        The House committees issued 1,637 reports.
        9 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
        There were 207 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
205 were acted upon, leaving 2 upon the calendar.
        There were 934 rollcalls, divided as follows: 284 quorum calls, 
457 yeas and nays, and 193 recorded teller votes.
        15 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
were filed, none of which received a sufficient number of signatures for 
entry on the calendar of such motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 180 messages, 23 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 157 of which were referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 2,433 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 290.
        Memorials filed numbered 425.
        The total laws of the Ninety-third Congress numbered 774, which 
were divided as follows: House bills, 430; House joint resolutions, 45; 
Senate bills, 259; Senate joint resolutions, 40; public laws, 651; 
private laws, 123.
        The House passed 548 House bills, 54 House joint resolutions, 84 
House concurrent resolutions, 474 simple resolutions, 281 Senate bills, 
40 Senate joint resolutions, and 43 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        The Senate passed 469 House bills, 47 House joint resolutions, 
78 House concurrent resolutions, 526 Senate bills, 73 Senate joint 
resolutions, 56 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 315 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 38. House bills vetoed, 17; Senate bills vetoed, 7; 
House joint resolutions vetoed, 3; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; 
House bills pocket vetoed, 7; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 4; House joint 
resolutions pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions procket vetoed, 
0.
        4 House bills (H.R. 12471, H.R. 12628, H.R. 15301, H.R. 14225) 
and 1 House joint resolution (H.J. Res. 542) were vetoed and passed 
House and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        1 House bill (H.R. 14225) was vetoed and passed House and Senate 
over Presidential veto, but was not assigned a public law number due to 
the signing into law of an identical bill (H.R. 17503). However, a 
public law number was subsequently assigned H.R. 1422, pursuant to a 
judicial determination.
        1 Senate bill (S. 2641) became law without the approval of the 
President, and 1 House bill (H.R. 10511) became law without the approval 
of the President pursuant to a judicial determination.
        There were introduced in the Senate 4,260 bills, 264 joint 
resolutions, 127 concurrent resolutions, and 476 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 17,690 bills, 1,182 joint 
resolutions, 698 concurrent resolutions, and 1,525 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 1,427 reports.
        The House committees issued 1,668 reports.
        14 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
        There were 149 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
147 were acted upon, leaving 2 upon the calendar.
        There were 1,453 rollcalls, divided as follows: 375 quorum 
calls, 632 yeas and nays, and 446 recorded teller votes. Totals do not 
include 52 notice quorums.
        10 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
were filed, none of which received a sufficient number of signatures for 
entry on the calendar of such motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 213 messages, 22 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House of the State of the 
Union and 191 of which were referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 3,122 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 598.
        Memorials filed numbered 555.
        The total laws of the Ninety-fourth Congress numbered 729, which 
were divided as follows: House bills, 445; House joint resolutions, 34; 
Senate bills, 223; Senate joint resolutions, 27; public laws, 588; 
private laws, 141.
        The House passed 656 House bills, 38 House joint resolutions, 72 
House concurrent resolutions, 535 simple resolutions, 247 Senate bills, 
27 Senate joint resolutions, and 49 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        The Senate passed 493 House bills, 35 House joint resolutions, 
67 House concurrent resolutions, 450 Senate bills, 60 Senate joint 
resolutions, 68 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 379 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 39. House bills vetoed, 24; Senate bills vetoed, 7; 
House joint resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 1; 
House bills pocket vetoed, 3; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 4; House joint 
resolutions pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        5 House bills (H.R. 4222 H.R. 5901, H.R. 8069, H.R. 8800, H.R. 
14232) and 3 Senate bills (S. 66, S. 391, S. 3201) were vetoed and 
passed House and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        1 House bill (H. R. 1589) became law without the approval of the 
President.
        There were introduced in the Senate 3,899 bills, 215 joint 
resolutions, 213 concurrent resolutions, and 585 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 15,863 bills, 1,119 joint 
resolutions, 789 concurrent resolutions, and 1,600 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 1,395 reports.
        The House committees issued 1,793 reports.
        3 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
        There were 83 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
83 were acted upon, leaving none upon the calendar.
        There were 1,692 rollcalls, divided as follows: 419 quorum 
calls, 807 yeas and nays, and 466 recorded votes. Totals do not include 
189 notice quorums.
        15 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
were filed, none of which received a sufficient number of signatures for 
entry on the calendar of such motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 251 messages, 13 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 238 of which were referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted, 4,129 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered, 590
        Memorials filed numbered, 415
        The total laws of the Ninety-fifth Congress numbered 803, which 
were divided as follows: House bills, 478; House joint resolutions, 47; 
Senate bills, 256; Senate joint resolutions, 22; public laws, 633; 
private laws, 170.
        The House passed 686 House bills, 50 House joint resolutions, 87 
House concurrent resolutions, 468 simple resolutions, 269 Senate bills, 
22 Senate joint resolutions, and 33 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        The Senate passed 524 House bills, 49 House joint resolutions, 
76 House concurrent resolutions, and 456 Senate bills, 41 Senate joint 
resolutions, 40 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 410 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 19. Total House bills vetoed, 15; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 4; House bills vetoed, 5; Senate bills vetoed, 1; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 10; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 3; House joint 
resolutions pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        0House bills and 0 Senate bills were vetoed and passed House and 
Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate 3,631 bills, 169 joint 
resolutions, 115 concurrent resolutions, and 598 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House 14,414 bills, 1,173 joint 
resolutions, 761 concurrent resolutions, and 1,452 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 1,413 reports.
        The House committees issued 1,843 reports.
        2 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
        There were 117 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
117 were acted upon, leaving none upon the calendar.
        There were 1,724 rollcalls, divided as follows: 184 quorum 
calls, 1,035 yeas and nays, and 505 recorded votes. Totals do not 
include notice quorums.
        11 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
were filed, none of which received a sufficient number of signatures for 
entry on the calendar of such motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 242 messages, 14 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union, and 228 of which were referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 5,138 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 558.
        Memorials filed numbered 495.
        The total laws of the Ninety-sixth Congress numbered 736, which 
were divided as follows: House bills, 422; House joint resolutions, 57; 
Senate bills, 230; Senate joint resolutions, 27; public laws, 613; 
private laws, 123.
        The House passed 584 House bills, 67 House joint resolutions, 89 
House concurrent resolutions, 426 simple resolutions, 251 Senate bills, 
27 Senate joint resolutions, and 34 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        The Senate passed 448 House bills, 60 House joint resolutions, 
67 House concurrent resolutions, and 419 Senate bills, 50 Senate joint 
resolutions, 50 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 389 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 12. Total House bills vetoed, 8; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 4; House bills vetoed, 5; Senate bills vetoed, 2; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 3; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 2; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        2 House bills and 0 Senate bills were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate 3,266 bills, 214 joint 
resolutions, 139 concurrent resolutions, and 575 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House 8,456 bills, 647 joint 
resolutions, 461 concurrent resolutions, and 836 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 1,404 reports.
        The House committees issued 1,567 reports.
        2 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
        There were 115 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
115 were acted upon, leaving none upon the calendar.
        There were 1,439 rollcalls, divided as follows: 163 quorum 
calls, 776 yeas and nays, and 500 recorded votes. Totals do not include 
notice quorums.
        14 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
were filed, two of which received a sufficient number of signatures for 
entry on the calendar of such motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 275 messages, 17 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union, and 258 of which were referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 5,853 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 660.
        Memorials filed numbered 545.
        The total laws of the Ninety-seventh Congress, numbered 529, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 255; House joint 
resolutions, 51; Senate bills, 137; Senate joint resolutions, 61; public 
laws, 473; private laws, 56.
        The House passed 413 House bills, 67 House joint resolutions, 75 
House concurrent resolutions, 245 simple resolutions, and 159 Senate 
bills, 65 Senate joint resolutions, and 34 Senate concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 289 House bills, 55 House joint resolutions, 
61 House concurrent resolutions, and 319 Senate bills, 123 Senate joint 
resolutions, 48 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 326 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 15. Total House bills vetoed, 12; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 3; House bills vetoed 6; Senate bills vetoed 2; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 1; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 5; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 1; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        2 House bills and 0 Senate bills were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 3,124 bills, 272 joint 
resolutions, 136 concurrent resolutions, and 532 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 7,458 bills, 636 joint 
resolutions, 440 concurrent resolutions, and 641 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 944 reports.
        The House committees issued 1,013 reports.
        3 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
        There were 90 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
89 were acted upon, leaving 1 upon the calendar.
        There were 859 rollcalls, divided as follows: 47 quorum calls, 
518 yeas and nays, and 294 recorded teller votes.
        32 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to clause 4, rule XXVII were filed, 1 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
        1 motion to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to Sec. 21(b)(2)(B) of Public Law 96252 was filed, 1 of which 
received the requisite number of signatures.
        The President transmitted to the House 209 messages, 4 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 205 of which were referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 5,329 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 681.
        Memorials filed numbered 522.
        The total laws of the Ninety-eighth Congress, numbered 677, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 306; House joint 
resolutions, 88; Senate bills, 173; Senate joint resolutions, 110; 
public laws, 623; private laws, 54.
        The House passed 557 House bills, 110 House joint resolutions, 
73 House concurrent resolutions, 290 simple resolutions, and 198 Senate 
bills, 113 Senate joint resolutions, and 34 Senate concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 338 House bills, 89 House joint resolutions, 
55 House concurrent resolutions, and 328 Senate bills, 179 Senate joint 
resolutions, 49 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 278 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 24. Total House bills vetoed, 13; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 11; House bills vetoed, 10; Senate bills vetoed, 10; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 1; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 1; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 2; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        1 House bill and 1 Senate bill were vetoed and passed House and 
Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 3,692 bills, 359 joint 
resolutions, 155 concurrent resolutions, and 488 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 6,442 bills, 663 joint 
resolutions, 379 concurrent resolutions, and 620 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 663 reports.
        The House committees issued 1,199 reports.
        1 Senate bill was pending on the House calendars.
        There were 58 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
58 were acted upon, leaving 0 upon the calendar.
        There were 996 rollcalls, divided as follows: 90 quorum calls, 
523 yeas and nays, and 383 recorded votes.
        13 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to clause 4, rule XXVII were filed, 1 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
        0 motion to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to Sec. 21(b)(2)(B) of Public Law 96252 was filed, 0 of which 
received the requisite number of signatures.
        The President transmitted to the House 179 messages, 3 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 173 of which were referred to committees and 3 of which were 
not referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 4,164 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 416.
        Memorials filed numbered 508.
        The total laws of the Ninety-ninth Congress, numbered 688, which 
were divided as follows: House bills, 256; House joint resolutions, 128; 
Senate bills, 131; Senate joint resolutions, 173; public laws, 664; 
private laws, 24.
        The House passed 503 House bills, 150 House joint resolutions, 
86 House concurrent resolutions, 271 simple resolutions, and 145 Senate 
bills, 175 Senate joint resolutions, and 38 Senate concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 302 House bills, 128 House joint resolutions, 
57 House concurrent resolutions, and 270 Senate bills, 240 Senate joint 
resolutions, 57 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 277 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 20. Total House bills vetoed, 16; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 4; House bills vetoed, 9; Senate bills vetoed, 0; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 1; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 1; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 6; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 3; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        2 House bills, and 0 Senate bills, were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 2,954 bills, 432 joint 
resolutions, 175 concurrent resolutions, and 519 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 5,743 bills, 756 joint 
resolutions, 429 concurrent resolutions, and 604 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 541 reports.
        The House committees issued 1,045 reports.
        No Senate bill was pending on the House calendars.
        There were 50 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
50 were acted upon, leaving 0 upon the calendar.
        There were 970 rollcalls, divided as follows 80 quorum calls, 
478 yeas and nays, and 412 recorded votes.
        10 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to clause 4, rule XXVII, were filed, 1 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
        0 motion to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to Sec. 21(b)(2)(B) of P.L. 96252 was filed, 0 of which 
received the requisite number of signatures.
        The President transmitted to the House 190 messages, 4 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 183 of which were referred to committees and 3 of which were 
not referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 4,354 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 494.
        Memorials filed numbered 482.
        The total laws of the One Hundredth Congress, numbered 761, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 362; House joint 
resolutions, 98; Senate bills, 154; Senate joint resolutions, 147; 
public laws, 713; private laws, 48.
        The House passed 602 House bills, 136 House joint resolutions, 
99 House concurrent resolutions, 302 simple resolutions, and 175 Senate 
bills, 148 Senate joint resolutions, and 40 Senate concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 408 House bills, 99 House joint resolutions, 
63 House concurrent resolutions, and 298 Senate bills, 197 Senate joint 
resolutions, 77 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 288 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 19. Total House bills vetoed, 12; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 7; House bills vetoed, 5; Senate bills vetoed, 3; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 7; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 4; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        2 House bills, and 1 Senate bill, were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 2,930 bills, 395 joint 
resolutions, 169 concurrent resolutions, and 519 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 5,585 bills, 678 joint 
resolutions, 398 concurrent resolutions, and 608 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 601 reports.
        The House committees issued 1,135 reports.
        2 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
        There were 33 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 
33 were acted upon, leaving 0 upon the calendar.
        There were 976 rollcalls, divided as follows: 37 quorum calls, 
542 yeas and nays, and 397 recorded votes.
        5 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to clause 4, rule XXVII, were filed, 0 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 169 messages, 5 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 161 of which were referred to committees and 3 veto messages 
which were not referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 4,509 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 241.
        Memorials filed numbered 486.
        The total laws of the One Hundred First Congress, numbered 666, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 294; House joint 
resolutions, 95; Senate bills, 141; Senate joint resolutions, 136; 
public laws, 650; private laws, 16.
        The House passed 559 House bills, 112 House joint resolutions, 
78 House concurrent resolutions, 359 simple resolutions, and 157 Senate 
bills, 140 Senate joint resolutions, and 38 Senate concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 346 House bills, 97 House joint resolutions, 
68 House concurrent resolutions, and 333 Senate bills, 204 Senate joint 
resolutions, 68 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 225 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 21. Total House bills vetoed, 17; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 4; House bills vetoed, 12; Senate bills vetoed, 1; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 1; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 1; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 3; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 2; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 1; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        No House bills and no Senate bills were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 3,271 bills, 388 joint 
resolutions, 159 concurrent resolutions, and 358 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 5,977 bills, 687 joint 
resolutions, 401 concurrent resolutions, and 546 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 896 reports.
        The House committees issued 1,026 reports.
        1 Senate bill was pending on the House calendars.
        There were 5 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 5 
were acted upon, leaving 0 upon the calendar.
        There were 915 rollcalls, divided as follows: 36 quorum calls, 
498 yeas and nays, and 381 recorded votes.
        8 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to clause 3, rule XXVII, were filed, 1 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 186 messages, 4 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 158 of which were referred to committees and 4 veto messages 
which were not referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 4,120 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 254.
        Memorials filed numbered 548.
        The total laws of the One Hundred Second Congress, numbered 610, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 305; House joint 
resolutions, 106; Senate bills, 131; Senate joint resolutions, 68; 
public laws, 590; private laws, 20.
        The House passed 581 House bills, 126 House joint resolutions, 
85 House concurrent resolutions, 293 simple resolutions, and 158 Senate 
bills, 67 Senate joint resolutions, and 29 Senate concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 359 House bills, 108 House joint resolutions, 
49 House concurrent resolutions, and 364 Senate bills, 123 Senate joint 
resolutions, 58 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 223 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 24. Total House bills vetoed, 15; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 9; House bills vetoed, 7; Senate bills vetoed, 7; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 8; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 2; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        No House bills and 1 Senate bill were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 3,390 bills, 346 joint 
resolutions, 143 concurrent resolutions, and 366 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 6,212 bills, 563 joint 
resolutions, 384 concurrent resolutions, and 612 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 533 reports.
        The House committees issued 1,102 reports.
        1 Senate bill was pending on the House calendars.
        There were 0 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 0 
were acted upon, leaving 0 upon the calendar.
        There were 932 rollcalls, divided as follows: 31 quorum calls, 
508 yeas and nays, and 393 recorded votes.
        8 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to clause 3, rule XXVII, were filed, 1 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 284 messages, 3 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 279 of which were referred to committees and 2 veto messages 
which were not referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 4,385 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 176.
        Memorials filed numbered 536.
        The total laws of the One Hundred Third Congress, numbered 473, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 259; House joint 
resolutions, 42; Senate bills, 111; Senate joint resolutions, 61; public 
laws, 465; private laws, 8.
        The House passed 524 House bills, 59 House joint resolutions, 69 
House concurrent resolutions, 265 simple resolutions, and 127 Senate 
bills, 63 Senate joint resolutions, and 25 Senate concurrent 
resolutions.
        The Senate passed 277 House bills, 42 House joint resolutions, 
44 House concurrent resolutions, and 258 Senate bills, 105 Senate joint 
resolutions, 38 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 175 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 0. Total House bills vetoed, 0; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 0; House bills vetoed, 0; Senate bills vetoed, 0; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        No House bills and no Senate bills were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 2,573 bills, 232 joint 
resolutions, 80 concurrent resolutions, and 292 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 5,310 bills, 429 joint 
resolutions, 319 concurrent resolutions, and 589 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 667 reports.
        The House committees issued 894 reports.
        1 Senate bill was pending on the House calendars.
        There were 0 bills entered upon the Consent Calendar, of which 0 
were acted upon, leaving 0 upon the calendar.
        There were 1,122 rollcalls, divided as follows: 28 quorum calls, 
468 yeas and nays, and 626 recorded votes.
        26 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to clause 3, rule XXVII, were filed, 2 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 154 messages, 5 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 149 of which were referred to committees and 0 veto messages 
which were not referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 4,135 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 145.
        Memorials filed numbered 511.
        The total laws of the One Hundred Fourth Congress, numbered 337, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 233; House joint 
resolutions, 22; Senate bills, 78; Senate joint resolutions, 4; public 
laws, 333; private laws, 4.
        The House passed 490 House bills, 33 House joint resolutions, 68 
House concurrent resolutions, 312 simple resolutions, and 84 Senate 
bills, 4 Senate joint resolutions, and 21 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        The Senate passed 259 House bills, 24 House joint resolutions, 
42 House concurrent resolutions, and 228 Senate bills, 10 Senate joint 
resolutions, 34 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 227 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 17. Total House bills vetoed, 16; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 1; House bills vetoed, 15; Senate bills vetoed, 1; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 1; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        1 House bills and 0 Senate bills were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 2,199 bills, 65 joint 
resolutions, 74 concurrent resolutions, and 324 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 4,344 bills, 198 joint 
resolutions, 231 concurrent resolutions, and 556 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 394 reports.
        The House committees issued 887 reports.
        1 Senate bill was pending on the House calendars.
        There were 22 bills entered upon the Corrections Calendar, of 
which 22 were acted upon, leaving 0 upon the calendar.
        There were 1,340 rollcalls, divided as follows: 19 quorum calls, 
522 yeas and nays, and 799 recorded votes.
        15 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to clause 3, rule XXVII, were filed, 0 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 189 messages, 3 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 186 of which were referred to committees and 3 veto messages 
which were not referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 5,490 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 81.
        Memorials filed numbered 243.
        The total laws of the One Hundred Fifth Congress, numbered 404, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 237; House joint 
resolutions, 26; Senate bills, 134; Senate joint resolutions, 7; public 
laws, 394; private laws, 10.
        The House passed 530 House bills, 31 House joint resolutions, 98 
House concurrent resolutions, 354 simple resolutions, and 142 Senate 
bills, 7 Senate joint resolutions, and 24 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        The Senate passed 259 House bills, 27 House joint resolutions, 
44 House concurrent resolutions, and 309 Senate bills, 9 Senate joint 
resolutions, 62 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 203 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 8. Total House bills vetoed, 7; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 1; House bills vetoed, 7; Senate bills vetoed, 1; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        1 House bill and 0 Senate bills were vetoed and passed House and 
Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 2,655 bills, 60 joint 
resolutions, 130 concurrent resolutions, and 314 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 4,874 bills, 140 joint 
resolutions, 354 concurrent resolutions, and 614 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 673 reports.
        The House committees issued 851 reports.
        1 Senate bill was pending on the House calendars.
        There were 5 bills entered upon the Corrections Calendar, of 
which 5 were acted upon, leaving 0 upon the calendar.
        There were 1,187 rollcalls, divided as follows: 21 quorum calls, 
542 yeas and nays, and 624 recorded votes.
        8 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to clause 3, rule XXVII, were filed, 0 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 161 messages, 2 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 159 of which were referred to committees and 1 veto message 
which was not referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 12,718 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 93.
        Memorials filed numbered 409.
        The total laws of the One Hundred Sixth Congress, numbered 604, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 368; House joint 
resolutions, 42; Senate bills, 190; Senate joint resolutions, 4; public 
laws, 580; private laws, 24.
        The House passed 708 House bills, 47 House joint resolutions, 
150 House concurrent resolutions, 394 simple resolutions, 198 Senate 
bills, 4 Senate joint resolutions, and 33 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        The Senate passed 402 House bills, 42 House joint resolutions, 
72 House concurrent resolutions, and 363 Senate bills, 12 Senate joint 
resolutions, 81 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 273 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 12. Total House bills vetoed, 11; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 1; House bills vetoed, 11; Senate bills vetoed, 1; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 1; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        0 House bills and 0 Senate bills were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 3,287 bills, 56 joint 
resolutions, 162 concurrent resolutions, and 393 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 5,681 bills, 134 joint 
resolutions, 447 concurrent resolutions, and 680 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 789 reports.
        The House committees issued 1,056 reports.
        4 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
        There were 2 bills entered upon the Corrections Calendar, of 
which 2 were acted upon, leaving 0 upon the calendar.
        There were 1,214 rollcalls, divided as follows: 5 quorum calls, 
679 yeas and nays, and 530 recorded votes.
        11 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to clause 2, rule XV, were filed, 0 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 141 messages, 2 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 138 of which were referred to committees and 1 veto message 
which was not referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 11,409 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 124.
        Memorials filed numbered 493.
        The total laws of the One Hundred Seventh Congress, numbered 
383, which were divided as follows: House bills, 288; House joint 
resolutions, 24; Senate bills, 62; Senate joint resolutions, 9; public 
laws, 377; private laws, 6.
        The House passed 566 House bills, 31 House joint resolutions, 
175 House concurrent resolutions, 344 simple resolutions, and 71 Senate 
bills, 9 Senate joint resolutions, and 19 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        The Senate passed 307 House bills, 24 House joint resolutions, 
72 House concurrent resolutions, and 209 Senate bills, 14 Senate joint 
resolutions, 75 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 247 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 0. Total House bills vetoed, 0; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 0; House bills vetoed, 0; Senate bills vetoed, 0; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        0 House bills and 0 Senate bills were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 3,181 bills, 53 joint 
resolutions, 160 concurrent resolutions, and 368 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 5,767 bills, 125 joint 
resolutions, 521 concurrent resolutions, and 616 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 351 reports.
        The House committees issued 811 reports.
        7 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
        There was 1 bill entered upon the Corrections Calendar, of which 
1 was acted upon, leaving 0 upon the calendar.
        There were 996 rollcalls, divided as follows: 6 quorum calls, 
615 yeas and nays, and 375 recorded votes.
        12 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to clause 3, rule XXVII, were filed, 1 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 117 messages, 4 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 113 of which were referred to committees and 0 veto messages 
which were not referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 10,215 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 97.
        Memorials filed numbered 452.
        The total laws of the One Hundred Eighth Congress, numbered 504, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 334; House joint 
resolutions, 22; Senate bills, 142; Senate joint resolutions, 6; public 
laws, 498; private laws, 6.
        The House passed 618 House bills, 32 House joint resolutions, 
165 House concurrent resolutions, 432 simple resolutions, and 145 Senate 
bills, 6 Senate joint resolutions, and 23 Senate concurrent resolutions.
        The Senate passed 351 House bills, 23 House joint resolutions, 
72 House concurrent resolutions, and 377 Senate bills, 11 Senate joint 
resolutions, 81 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 342 simple 
resolutions.
        Vetoed, 0. Total House bills vetoed, 0; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 0; House bills vetoed, 0; Senate bills vetoed, 0; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
        0 House bills and 0 Senate bills were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
        There were introduced in the Senate, 3,035 bills, 42 joint 
resolutions, 152 concurrent resolutions, and 487 simple resolutions.
        There were introduced in the House, 5,431 bills, 115 joint 
resolutions, 532 concurrent resolutions, and 875 simple resolutions.
        The Senate committees issued 428 reports.
        The House committees issued 818 reports.
        3 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
        There were 0 bills entered upon the Corrections Calendar, of 
which 0 was acted upon, leaving 0 upon the calendar.
        There were 1,221 rollcalls, divided as follows: 3 quorum calls, 
730 yeas and nays, and 488 recorded votes.
        16 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to Clause 2, rule XV, were filed, 0 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
        The President transmitted to the House 85 messages, 2 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 83 of which were referred to committees and 0 veto messages 
which were not referred to committees.
        Executive departments transmitted 11,467 communications.
        Petitions filed numbered 131.
        Memorials filed numbered 469.
         The total laws of the One Hundred Ninth Congress, numbered 483, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 316; House joint 
resolutions, 16; Senate bills, 149; Senate joint resolutions, 2; public 
laws, 482; private laws, 1.
         The House passed 616 House bills, 20 House joint resolutions, 
166 House concurrent resolutions, 475 simple resolutions, and 153 Senate 
bills, 3 Senate joint resolutions, and 20 Senate concurrent resolutions.
         The Senate passed 326 House bills, 16 House joint resolutions, 
80 House concurrent resolutions, and 342 Senate bills, 4 Senate joint 
resolutions, 40 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 446 simple 
resolutions.
         Vetoed, 1. Total House bills vetoed, 1; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 0; House bills vetoed, 1; Senate bills vetoed, 0; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
         0 House bills and 0 Senate bills were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
         There were introduced in the Senate, 4,122 bills, 41 joint 
resolutions, 123 concurrent resolutions, and 634 simple resolutions.
         There were introduced in the House, 6,436 bills, 102 joint 
resolutions, 504 concurrent resolutions, and 1,110 simple resolutions.
         The Senate committees issued 369 reports.
         The House committees issued 751 reports.
         2 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
         There were 1,214 rollcalls, divided as follows: 4 quorum calls, 
651 yeas and nays, and 559 recorded votes.
         18 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to Clause 2, rule XV were filed, 0 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
         The president transmitted to the House 62 messages, 2 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 60 of which were referred to committees and 0 veto message 
which were not referred to committees.
         Executive departments transmitted 742 communications.
         Petitions filed numbered 160.
         Memorials filed numbered 464.
         The total laws of the One Hundred Tenth Congress, numbered 460, 
which were divided as follows: House bills, 308; House joint 
resolutions, 10; Senate bills, 134; Senate joint resolutions, 8; public 
laws, 460; private laws, 0.
         The House passed 943 House bills, 11 House joint resolutions, 
188 House concurrent resolutions, 822 simple resolutions, and 139 Senate 
bills, 8 Senate joint resolutions, and 15 Senate concurrent resolutions.
         The Senate passed 325 House bills, 10 House joint resolutions, 
70 House concurrent resolutions, and 211 Senate bills, 10 Senate joint 
resolutions, 52 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 531 simple 
resolutions.
         Vetoed, 11. Total House bills vetoed, 10; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 1; House bills vetoed, 10; Senate bills vetoed, 1; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
         4 House bills and 0 Senate bills were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
         There were introduced in the Senate, 3,741 bills, 46 joint 
resolutions, 107 concurrent resolutions, and 729 simple resolutions.
         There were introduced in the House, 7,340 bills, 101 joint 
resolutions, 443 concurrent resolutions, and 1,535 simple resolutions.
         The Senate committees issued 528 reports.
         The House committees issued 942 reports.
         0 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
         There were 1,876 rollcalls, divided as follows: 11 quorum 
calls, 1,120 yeas and nays, and 745 recorded votes.
         18 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to Clause 2, rule XV were filed, 0 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
         The president transmitted to the House 90 messages, 2 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 88 of which were referred to committees and 4 veto message 
which were not referred to committees.
         Executive departments transmitted 293 communications.
         Petitions filed numbered 342.
         Memorials filed numbered 382.
         The total laws of the One Hundred Eleventh Congress, numbered 
385, which were divided as follows: House bills, 254; House joint 
resolutions, 11; Senate bills, 112; Senate joint resolutions, 8; public 
laws, 383; private laws, 2.
         The House passed 722 House bills, 16 House joint resolutions, 
119 House concurrent resolutions, 894 simple resolutions, and 115 Senate 
bills, 8 Senate joint resolutions, and 18 Senate concurrent resolutions.
         The Senate passed 261 House bills, 12 House joint resolutions, 
64 House concurrent resolutions, and 172 Senate bills, 9 Senate joint 
resolutions, 36 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 493 simple 
resolutions.
         Vetoed, 2. Total House bills vetoed, 2; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 0; House bills vetoed, 1; Senate bills vetoed, 0; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 1; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
         0 House bills and 0 Senate bills were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
         There were introduced in the Senate, 4,059 bills, 42 joint 
resolutions, 78 concurrent resolutions, and 707 simple resolutions.
         There were introduced in the House, 6,570 bills, 107 joint 
resolutions, 336 concurrent resolutions, and 1,784 simple resolutions.
         The Senate committees issued 596 reports.
         The House committees issued 715 reports.
         0 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
         There were 1,655 rollcalls, divided as follows: 8 quorum calls, 
985 yeas and nays, and 662 recorded votes.
         13 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to Clause 2, rule XV were filed, 0 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
         The president transmitted to the House 76 messages, 2 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 74 of which were referred to committees and 0 veto message 
which were not referred to committees.
         Executive departments transmitted 1,251 communications.
         Petitions filed numbered 180.
         Memorials filed numbered 406.
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                              FIRST SESSION

                                FOOTNOTES

         The total laws of the 1st session, One Hundred Twelfth 
Congress, numbered 90, which were divided as follows: House bills, 62; 
House joint resolutions, 4; Senate bills, 20; Senate joint resolutions, 
4; public laws, 90; private laws, 0.
         The House passed 190 House bills, 7 House joint resolutions, 23 
House concurrent resolutions, 132 simple resolutions, and 21 Senate 
bills, 4 Senate joint resolutions, and 7 Senate concurrent resolutions.
         The Senate passed 64 House bills, 5 House joint resolutions, 17 
House concurrent resolutions, and 61 Senate bills, 4 Senate joint 
resolutions, 17 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 234 simple 
resolutions.
         Vetoed, 0. Total House bills vetoed, 0; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 0; House bills vetoed, 0; Senate bills vetoed, 0; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
         0 House bills and 0 Senate bills were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
         There were introduced in the Senate, 2,031 bills, 33 joint 
resolutions, 33 concurrent resolutions, and 351 simple resolutions.
         There were introduced in the House, 3,756 bills, 97 joint 
resolutions, 95 concurrent resolutions, and 508 simple resolutions.
         The Senate committees issued 185 reports.
         The House committees issued 360 reports.
         1 Senate bill was pending on the House calendars.
         There were *949 rollcalls, divided as follows: 3 quorum calls, 
275 yeas and nays, and *671 recorded votes.
         2 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to Clause 2, rule XV were filed, 0 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
         The president transmitted to the House 39 messages, 2 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 37 of which were referred to committees and 0 veto messages 
which were not referred to committees.
         Executive departments transmitted 4,456 communications.
         Petitions filed numbered 32.
         Memorials filed numbered 172.
         * Totals include roll call 484 which was vacated by unanimous 
consent on June 23, 2011.
          RECAPITULATION AND ANALYSIS OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

                             SECOND SESSION

                                FOOTNOTES

         The total laws of the 2nd session, One Hundred Twelfth 
Congress, numbered 194, which were divided as follows: House bills, 137; 
House joint resolutions, 2; Senate bills, 53; Senate joint resolutions, 
2; public laws, 193; private laws, 1.
         The House passed 301 House bills, 4 House joint resolutions, 18 
House concurrent resolutions, 86 simple resolutions, and 55 Senate 
bills, 2 Senate joint resolutions, and 13 Senate concurrent resolutions.
         The Senate passed 138 House bills, 2 House joint resolutions, 
13 House concurrent resolutions, and 86 Senate bills, 3 Senate joint 
resolutions, 15 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 221 simple 
resolutions.
         Vetoed, 0. Total House bills vetoed, 0; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 0; House bills vetoed, 0; Senate bills vetoed, 0; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
         0 House bills and 0 Senate bills were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
         There were introduced in the Senate, 1,685 bills, 18 joint 
resolutions, 32 concurrent resolutions, and 279 simple resolutions.
         There were introduced in the House, 2,967 bills, 25 joint 
resolutions, 52 concurrent resolutions, and 337 simple resolutions.
         The Senate committees issued 224 reports.
         The House committees issued 392 reports.
         1 Senate bill was pending on the House calendars.
         There were *659 rollcalls, divided as follows: 1 quorum calls, 
246 yeas and nays, and *412 recorded votes.
         4 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to Clause 2, rule XV were filed, 0 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
         The president transmitted to the House 30 messages, 1 of which 
was referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 29 of which were referred to committees and 0 veto messages 
which were not referred to committees.
         Executive departments transmitted 4,585 communications.
         Petitions filed numbered 34.
         Memorials filed numbered 151.
         * Totals include roll call 327 which was vacated by unanimous 
consent on June 6, 2012.
          RECAPITULATION AND ANALYSIS OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

                      ONE HUNDRED TWELFTH CONGRESS

                                FOOTNOTES

         The total laws of the One Hundred Twelfth Congress, numbered 
284, which were divided as follows: House bills, 199; House joint 
resolutions, 6; Senate bills, 73; Senate joint resolutions, 6; public 
laws, 283; private laws, 1.
         The House passed 491 House bills, 11 House joint resolutions, 
41 House concurrent resolutions, 218 simple resolutions, and 76 Senate 
bills, 6 Senate joint resolutions, and 20 Senate concurrent resolutions.
         The Senate passed 202 House bills, 7 House joint resolutions, 
30 House concurrent resolutions, and 147 Senate bills, 7 Senate joint 
resolutions, 32 Senate concurrent resolutions, and 455 simple 
resolutions.
         Vetoed, 0. Total House bills vetoed, 0; Total Senate bills 
vetoed, 0; House bills vetoed, 0; Senate bills vetoed, 0; House joint 
resolutions vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions vetoed, 0; House bills 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate bills pocket vetoed, 0; House joint resolutions 
pocket vetoed, 0; Senate joint resolutions pocket vetoed, 0.
         0 House bills and 0 Senate bills were vetoed and passed House 
and Senate over Presidential veto, and became law.
         There were introduced in the Senate, 3,716 bills, 51 joint 
resolutions, 65 concurrent resolutions, and 630 simple resolutions.
         There were introduced in the House, 6,723 bills, 122 joint 
resolutions, 147 concurrent resolutions, and 845 simple resolutions.
         The Senate committees issued 409 reports.
         The House committees issued 752 reports.
         2 Senate bills were pending on the House calendars.
         There were *1,608 rollcalls, divided as follows: 4 quorum 
calls, 521 yeas and nays, and *1,083 recorded votes.
         6 motions to discharge committees from consideration of bills 
pursuant to Clause 2, rule XV were filed, 0 of which received a 
sufficient number of signatures for entry on the calendar of such 
motions.
         The president transmitted to the House 69 messages, 3 of which 
were referred to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the 
Union and 66 of which were referred to committees and 0 veto messages 
which were not referred to committees.
         Executive departments transmitted 9,041 communications.
         Petitions filed numbered 66.
         Memorials filed numbered 323.
         * Totals include roll call 484 which was vacated by unanimous 
consent on June 23, 2011 and roll call 327 which was vacated by 
unanimous consent on June 6, 2012.