U.S. House of Representatives Floor Coverage of Closing Argument on Motion to Recommit, H.J. Res. 631 - Cont. Res.
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U.S. House of Representatives floor during closing argument on motion to recommit, H.J. Res. 631 - Continuing Resolution: remarks of Jamie L. Whitten; voting on motion to recommit with instructions; remarks of Jim Wright on voting schedule; motion for adjournment and voting on motion; remarks by Tip O'Neill on protocol followed by Robert H. Michel's comments; motion to pass HR 7340 for inclusion of Oregon lands in the National Wilderness Preservation System; Louis Stokes on Committee on Standards of Official Conduct report and Robert S. Walker reserves the right to object; parliamentary inquiry by Claude Pepper; remarks of John F. Seiberling, Morris K. Udall, Denny Smith, and James Weaver on national forest lands and the wilderness system
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United States. Congress. House; United States -- Appropriations and expenditures; Wilderness areas -- United States
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