Today's Washington Schedule

July 23, 1996

Today's Washington Schedule

Convenes at 9:30 a.m. to consider S.1956, Balanced Budget Reconciliation Act. Then the Senate is scheduled to consider H.R.3603, FY97 Agriculture Appropriations Act.
Convenes at 9 a.m. After 10 a.m., the House is scheduled to consider: H.R.2779, Soft Metric Conversion Act, under the Corrections Day calendar; H.R.3564, NATO Enlargement Facilitation Act, and pesticide legislation, under suspension of the rules; and H.R.3814, FY97 Commerce- Justice-State Appropriations Act.
Governmental Affairs. Full committee hearing on the nomination of Franklin Raines as director of the Office of Management and Budget. 342 Dirksen. 3 p.m.
Judiciary. Constitution, Federalism and Property Rights Subcommittee hearing on reauthorization of the Commission on Civil Rights. Witnesses: Chairwoman Mary Frances Berry and Commissioner Carl Anderson, Commission on Civil Rights; and Wade Henderson, executive director, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. 226 Dirksen. 2 p.m.
Government Reform and Oversight. Government Management, Information and Technology Subcommittee markup of the Federal Aid Facility Privatization Act. 2154 Russell. 3 p.m. National Security, International Affairs and Criminal Justice Subcommittee hearing on federal law enforcement activities toward the Branch Davidians. 311 Cannon. 10 a.m.
Economic Policy Institute press conference to release a book titled "Risky Business: Private Management of Public Schools." National Press Club. 9:30 a.m. Contact: Nan Gibson, 202-331-5546.
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