DEMOCRATIC STUDY GROUP - U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES - WASHINGTON. D.C. -
HON. WILLIAM M. BRODHEAD (Michigan) - Chairman RICHARD P. CONLON - Executive Director
SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 14, 1981
MONDAY, DECEMBER 14 (House meets at noon)
Instruction of Defense Appropriations Conferees -- It is
anticipated that conferees will be appointed on H.R. 4995 ,
Defense Appropriations for FY 1982. It is also expected
that a motion will be made to instruct the conferees to
insist on the House position on the level of funding for
Title IV (procurement) and Title V (research and development).
D.C. Bond Authority -- H.R. 4910, District of Columbia Bond
Authority is scheduled for consideration (page 1).
Coast Guard -- The House will complete consideration of
H.R. 2559, Coast Guard Authorization (page 3).
Petroleum Allocation -- H.R. 4700, Standby Emergency Petroleum
Allocation Authorization, will be brought to the Floor
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15 (House meets at noon)
Suspensions -- Sixteen bills are scheduled for consideration
under suspension of the rules (pages 11 - 22).
Social Security Minimum Benefit -- The conference report
on the Social Security Minimum Benefit, H.R. 4331, could
be brought up at any time -- including today (Monday) --
if the conferees reach agreement Monday morning as expected .
A Floor fight is anticipated if the conference agreement
fails to restore the minimum benefit for future retirees or
otherwise reduces Social Security benefits. A DSG Supplement
will be available prior to Floor consideration if possible.
Toxic Substances -- The conference report on S. 1211, Toxic
Substances Act, may be brought to the Floor (page 23).
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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