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Bills Introduced

Crime
S. 625—-Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-MA) / Judiciary (03/27/01)—A bill to provide federal assistance to states and local jurisdictions to prosecute hate crimes

Education
S. 620—-Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA) / Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (03/23/01)—A bill to amend the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 regarding elementary school and secondary school counseling.

H.R. 1216—-Rep. Joe Baca (D-CA) / Education and the Workforce (03/27/01)—A bill to ensure that schools develop and implement comprehensive school safety plans.

H.R. 1217—-Rep. Joe Baca (D-CA) / Education and the Workforce (03/27/01)—A bill to provide grants to local educational agencies to provide financial assistance to elementary and secondary schools for obtaining computer software for multilingual education.

H.R. 1225—-Rep. Richard Burr (R-NC) / Education and the Workforce (03/27/01)—A bill to establish programs to recruit, retain, and retrain teachers.

S. 1—-Sen. James Jeffords (I-VT) / (03/28/01)—An original bill to extend programs and activities under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965.

Health
H.R. 1215—-Rep. James C. Greenwood (R-PA) / Energy and Commerce, Judiciary (03/27/01)—A bill to ensure confidentiality with respect to medical records and health care-related information, and for other purposes.

H.R. 1218—-Rep. Joe Baca (D-CA) / Energy and Commerce (03/27/01)—A bill to provide for an African American Health Initiative under which demonstration projects conduct targeted health campaigns directed at high-risk African American populations.

H.R. 1219—-Rep. Joe Baca (D-CA) / Energy and Commerce (03/27/01)—A bill to provide for a study to determine the costs to the public and private sectors of hip fractures among elderly individuals and spinal cord injuries among children, and for other purposes.

H.R. 1229—-Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO) / Veterans Affairs, Ways and Means (03/27/01)—A bill to promote smoking cessation programs under Medicare, Medicaid, and the maternal and child health program.

H.R. 1246—-Rep. Martin T. Meehan (D-MA) / Government Reform (03/27/01)—A bill to provide that any health benefits plan under the Federal Employees Health Benefits Programs that provides obstetrical benefits shall be required also to provide coverage for the diagnosis and treatment of infertility.

S. 622—-Sen. Richard Durbin (D-IL) / Finance (03/27/01)—A bill to promote smoking cessation programs under Medicare, Medicaid, and the maternal and child health program.

H.R. 1260—-Rep. Brian D. Kerns (R-IN) / Judiciary (03/28/01)—A bill to prohibit the cloning of humans.

H.R. 1295—-Rep. Joe Baca (D-CA) / Energy and Commerce (03/28/01)—A bill to authorize the Secretary of Health and Human Services to make matching grants available to the states in order to encourage the establishment of state license plate programs to provide funds for the treatment of breast cancer, for research on such cancer, and for educational activities regarding such cancer.

International
H.R. 1269—-Rep. Joseph Crowley (D-NY) / Energy and Commerce (03/29/01)—A bill to improve global health by increasing assistance to developing nations with high levels of infectious disease and premature death, by improving children’s and women’s health and nutrition, by reducing unintended pregnancies, and by combating the spread of infectious diseases, particularly HIV/AIDS.

Labor
H.R. 1241—-Rep. Christopher John (D-LA) / Education and the Workforce (03/27/01)—A bill to provide for the reissuance of a rule relating to ergonomics.

S. 624—-Sen. Judd Gregg (R-NH) / Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (03/27/01)—A bill to provide private sector employees the same opportunities for time-and-a-half compensatory time off and biweekly work programs as federal employees currently enjoy in order to help balance the demands and needs of work and family, and to clarify the provisions relating to exemptions of certain professionals from minimum wage and overtime requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938.

H.R. 1312—-Rep. Steven C. LaTourette (R-OH) / Education and the Workforce, Government Reform (03/29/01)—A bill to amend the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 to permit leave after the death of a spouse for widows and widowers with minor children.

Small Business
H.R. 1324—-Rep. Nydia M. Velazquez (D-NY) / Government Reform, Small Business (03/29/01)—A bill to require federal agencies to follow certain procedures with respect to the bundling of procurement contract requirements.

Tax Policy
H.R. 1224—-Rep. Joe Baca (D-CA) / Ways and Means (03/27/01)—A bill to permit teachers at the elementary and secondary school level, whether or not they itemize deductions, to deduct reasonable and incidental expenses related to instruction, teaching, or other educational job-related activities.

H.R. 1238—-Rep. Amo Houghton (R-NY) / Ways and Means (03/27/01)—A bill to permanently extend the work opportunity credit and to allow the credit for employment of certain older individuals.

H.R. 1264—-Rep. Charles B. Rangel (D-NY) / Ways and Means (03/27/01)—A bill to provide individual income tax rate reductions, tax relief to families with children, marriage penalty relief, and to immediately eliminate the estate tax for two-thirds of all decedents currently subject to the estate tax.

S. 626—-Sen. James Jeffords (I-VT) / Finance (03/27/01)—A bill to permanently extend the work opportunity credit and the welfare-to-work credit.

S. 627—-Sen. Charles Grassley (R-IA) / Finance (03/27/01)—A bill allow individuals a deduction for qualified long-term care insurance premiums, use of such insurance under cafeteria plans and flexible spending arrangements, and a credit for individuals with long-term care needs.

H.R. 1308—-Rep. Kenny C. Hulshof (R-MO) / Ways and Means (03/29/01)—A bill to allow tax-free expenditures from education individual retirement accounts for elementary and secondary school expenses, to increase the maximum annual amount of contributions to such accounts, and for other purposess.

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