12,945Jul 24, 2000
Presidential Requirement Amendment
Committee members heard testimony on H.J.Res. 88, a proposed amendment to the Constitution that would allow a person who has been a United States citizen for 20 years to be eligible for the ...
849May 15, 1996
Committee members heard testimony concerning the Defense of Marriage Act from activists, state legislators and others. They testified about whether marriage should be defined as the union ...
163Mar 11, 1997
Late Term Abortion Ban
Members heard testimony concerning the need for and execution of a certain type of abortion procedure. This hearing was held partially in response to the admission by a pro-choice advocate that ...
155Nov 9, 1998
Historical Impeachment Review, Pt. 1
The subcommittee heard opening statements from legal experts and historians on the interpretation and history of impeachment in the U.S. During his statement, subcommittee member Rep. Inglis ...
110Nov 9, 1998
Historical Impeachment Review, Pt. 3
Subcommittee members heard testimony from a second panel of legal experts on the history and interpretation of impeachment.
107May 18, 2000
Amending the Americans With Disabilities Act
Committee members heard testimony about an amendment to the Americans with Disabilities Act that would require notification of noncompliance before initiation of litigation.
105Apr 29, 1996
Assisted Suicide Issues
Committee members heard testimony from medical and legal professionals and caregivers concerning the advisability and constitutionality of assisted suicide and how it would change the ...
90Aug 20, 2004
September 11 Commission Report
Witnesses testified about the use of intelligence information, information gathering techniques, and provisions for terrorism investigations by law enforcement officials. Among the issues they ...
57Nov 9, 1998
Historical Impeachment Review, Pt. 2
Subcommittee members questioned legal experts and historians about the history and interpretation of impeachment.
46Jul 8, 2003
Unborn Victims of Violence Act
Witnesses testified about potential legislation that would make violence against an unborn child a separate crime during the commission of a federal offense.
42Dec 7, 1995
Equal Opportunity Act of 1995
Committee members heard testimony from other members of Congress, legal scholars and public interest advocates concerning the Equal Opportunity Act of 1995. The legislation would end federal ...
39Apr 4, 2006
Lobbying Accountability and Transparency
Witnesses testified about H.R. 4975, the Lobbying Accountability and Transparency Act of 2006. Topics included tightening restrictions on gifts members of Congress may accept, requiring lobbyists to ...
35Feb 28, 2001
Presidential Pardon Process
35Feb 27, 1997
Free Speech and Campaign Finance Reform
Subcommittee members heard testimony from members of Congress and, constitutional law experts and others concerning the relationship between freedom of speech and campaign finance ...
29Apr 18, 1996
Bilingual Voting Requirements Repeal
The subcommittee heard testimony from members of Congress, legal experts and others on H.R. 351, a proposal to repeal current laws mandating that all registration and voting materials be printed in ...
27Mar 22, 1996
Government Ethics and Lobbying Reform
The subcommittee heard testimony on proposed legislation which would reform lobbying regulations.
24Jul 17, 1997
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Oversight
Subcommittee members heard testimony from several civil rights experts on the operations of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. Earlier this month, the General Accounting Office called for a ...
18Jul 17, 1998
Civil Rights Division Oversight
Subcomittee members heard testimony regarding the civil rights division of the Justice Department. Justice Department officials and civil rights advocates talked about the activities of the ...
13Sep 7, 1995
Lobbying Disclosure Reform
The subcommittee heard testimony from the bipartisan team which has proposed legislation to reform lobbying regulations. In the next panel, representatives of trade associations, businesses and ...
12Feb 25, 1998
Justice Department Civil Rights Division
Subcommittee members heard testimony from Acting Assistant Attorney General Lee and legal experts regarding the civil rights division of the Justice Department. They talked about civil rights ...
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