H.R. 3685—-Rep. Christopher H. Smith (R-NJ) / Ways and Means (02/05/02)—A bill to allow a refundable credit against income tax for educational expenses incurred for each qualifying child of the taxpayer in attending public or private elementary or secondary school.
S. 1911—-Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK) / Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (02/05/02)—A bill to reauthorize national and regional programs designed to provide instructional activities for low-income youth.
H.R. 3688—-Rep. James R. Langevin (D-RI) / Education and the Workforce (02/06/02)—A bill to direct the Secretary of Education to establish a competitive demonstration grant program to provide funds for local educational agencies to experiment with ways to alleviate the substitute teacher shortage, and for other purposes.
S. 1916—-Sen. Mark Dayton (D-MN) / Finance (02/07/02)—A bill to provide unemployed workers with health coverage assistance.
H. Res. 345—-Rep. Pete Stark (D-CA) / Judiciary (02/07/02)—A resolution condemning all acts of discrimination and violence and supporting the No Room for Racism campaign.
H.R. 3686—-Rep. Cliff Stearns (R-FL) / Energy and Commerce (02/05/02)—A bill to authorize the Secretary of Health and Human Services to make grants to nonprofit tax-exempt organizations for the purchase of ultrasound equipment to provide free examinations to pregnant women needing such services.
H.R. 3684—-Rep. Rob Simmons (R-CT) / Energy and Commerce, Ways and Means (02/05/02)—A bill to establish an outpatient prescription drug assistance program for low-income Medicare beneficiaries.
H.R. 3675—-Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO) / Energy and Commerce (02/05/02)—A bill to improve the coverage of needy children under the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) and the Medicaid Program.
H.R. 3676—-Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO) / Energy and Commerce, Ways and Means (02/05/02)—A bill to promote tobacco use cessation and the maternal and child health program.
H. Con. Res. 316—-Rep. Joseph R. Pitts (R-PA) / Ways and Means (02/06/02)—A concurrent resolution expressing the sense of Congress that government policy should seek to reduce the financial penalties against marriage within the welfare system, and should support married couples in forming and sustaining healthy, loving, and productive marriages.