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  1. Marshall I has been properly seconded. Vote here.
  2. 24 hours to vote on the following amendment.
  3. Mr. President, I object to unanimous consent. I yield.
  4. 101st Session of Congress IN THE UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Mrs. CALLAGHAN of Pennsylvania, for herself, with thanks to Mr. DASCHLE of South Dakota, introduce the following bill; A BILL, To extend the solar, geothermal, and ocean thermal energy tax credits through 1997. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE.  This Act may be cited as the “Renewable Energy Tax Credits Extension Act of 1989”. SEC. 2. EXTENSION OF SOLAR, GEOTHERMAL, AND OCEAN THERMAL ENERGY CREDITS. The table contained in section 46(b)(2)(A) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 (relating to energy percentage) is amended by striking `Sept. 30, 1990' in clauses (viii), (ix), and (x) and inserting `Dec. 31, 1997'.
  5. The PES is considered friendly and has been added to the bill. The debate timer has been reset. Debate continues.
  6. PR #8 - Callaghan Calls for ASFAJ Hearing into Crisis in China Washington D.C. - Speaker of the House Elizabeth Callaghan has led the charge in the House ASFAJ Committee in establishing a hearing on the ongoing crisis in China. As the situation continues to develop into an escalating conflict, getting answers from the experts in the Kaine Administration on the extent of the crisis and how the Congress can work to help the initiatives presented to alleviate the crisis and its impact on the region and the United States. Speaker Callaghan believes that the crisis in China deserves attention from the Congress and a better sense of direction from the experts will go a long way in future policy formulation. Speaker Callaghan has specifically indicated that she would like to get a better understanding of the conflict and how the conflict is impacting the citizens caught in the crossfire. The fear of a legitimate humanitarian crisis rising in the wake of this conflict is one that deserves attention of the Congress and swift international action to prevent loss of life and exploitation. Speaker Callaghan believes that accountability from the Congress on such an important issue to the state of global affairs is crucial to better understanding how the Congress can effectively contribute to the effort to alleviate the situation. Speaker Callaghan's statement can be read below:
  7. Objection to unanimous consent is noted. Debate continues.
  8. The motion for unanimous consent is recognized. 24 hours for objections.
  9. DMH

    Debate: No Seat Belt, No Sale Act

    Marshall I has been properly seconded. Vote here.
  10. 24 hours to vote on the following amendment. Strike Section 1-4 and place the following:
  11. DMH

    Debate: No Seat Belt, No Sale Act

    The motion to table has been properly seconded. Vote here.

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