DEMOCRATIC STUDY GROUP - U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES - WASHINGTON. O.C -· Trl .: 225-5858
HON. MATTHEW F. McHUGH (New York)- Chairman RICHARD P. CONLON- Executive Director
SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 3, 1983
MONDAY, OCTOBER 3 (House meets at noon)
Suspensions -- Two bills will be considered under suspension
of the rules (page 1).
Park Protection -- General debate only on H.R. 2379, National
Parks Protection Act (page 3).
Record Votes -- Record votes ordered today will be taken on
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4 (House meets at noon)
Suspension -- One bill will be considered under suspension of
the rules (page 7) •
D.C. Judges -- H.R. 3655, Raise Retirement Age for District of
Columbia Judges (page 8 ).
D.C. Legislative Veto -- H,R, 3932, Eliminate Congressional
Veto of District of Columbia Council Actions (page 8).
Park Protection -- H.R. 2379 National Parks Protection Act,
complete consideration (page 3),
Record Votes -- Record votes ordered on Monday and today will
be taken at the end of the day.
WEDNESDAY & BALANCE OF THE WEEK, OCTOBER 5, 6, & 7
(House meets at 10 a.m. each day)
* Joint Session Congress will meet in joint session Wednesday
at 10:30 a.m. to receive the President of the Federal Republic
* Supplemental Appropriations -- H.R. 3959, Supplemental Appropriations
for FY 1984 (page 11). A key vote will occur on an
amendment to prohibit the use of funds for the Clinch River
Breeder Reactor until authorizing legislation is enacted~
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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