DEMOCRATIC STUDY GROUP - U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES - WASHINGTON, D.C. - Tel. : 225-5858
HON. WILLIAM M. BRODHEAD (Michigan)-Chairman RICHARD P. CONLON - Staff Director
SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 13, 1981
MONDAY, JULY 13
(House meet s at noon)
Record votes -- Record votes ordered today will be postponed
Suspensions -- Six bills are scheduled for consideration
under suspension of the rules (page 1 - 6).
District Bills -- Two bills dealing with the District of
Columbia are scheduled for consideration (page 7) .
Interior Appropriations -- H.R. 4035, FY 1982 Interior Appropriations,
will be brought up for general debate only (page 8).
TUESDAY, JULY 14
(House meets at noon)
Record Votes -- Record votes postponed from Monday will be
DOD Authorization -- The House will complete consideration of
H. R. 3519, FY 1982 Department of Defense Authorization (page 15).
See DSG Fact Sheet No . 97-5.
WEDNESDAY THROUGH FRIDAY, JULY 15 - 17
(House meets at 10 a .m. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday)
HUD Appropriations -- H.R. 4034, FY 1982 HUD-Independent
Agencies Appropriations, is scheduled for Floor consideration
(page 23 ) .
Interior Appropriations -- The House will complete consideration
of H.R. 4035, Interior Appropriations for FY 1982.
Armed Forces Pay Act - - H.R. 3380, Armed Forces Pay Act, is
scheduled for consideration (page 30).
Budget Reconciliation Conference Report - - The conference
report on H.R. 3982, Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1981, will
be considered as soon as it becomes available. A DSG Supplement
will be available prior to Floor consideration.
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Congressman Charles Wilson began his political career in 1960 when he was elected to the Texas House of Representatives. He served in the Texas House of Representatives for six years and was then elected to the Texas Senate in 1966. On November 7, 1972, the second district of Texas elected Charles Wilson to the U.S. House of Representatives. He retired from the U.S. House of Representatives in 1996.
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