The House voted to suspend the rules and pass fifteen measures: H.R. 4611, to amend the National Cooperative Research Act of 1984; H.R. 4314, regarding international commercial arbitration; H.R. 1620, regarding judicial discipline; H.R. 2690, to provide rights to visual artists; H.R. 3406, to provide for multiparty and multiforum jurisdiction; H.R.1454, regarding graduation rates of student athletes; S. 1999, to amend the Higher Education Act of 1965; H.R. 4283, to authorize expenditures for fiscal year 1991 for the Panama Canal; H.R. 3657, to amend the Securities Exchange Act of 1934; H.R. 2372, for radiation exposure compensation; H.J.Res. 520, granting the Washington transit regulation compact; H.R. 3897, for administrative conference authorization; H.R. 4757, to provide authority for Supreme Court Police; H.R. 2497, to resolve administrative disputes; H.R. 4148, for Arizona Indian water rights.