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The Daily Leader - Steny Hoyer
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12:30 p.m.: Morning Hour

2:00 p.m.: Legislative Business

  6:30 p.m.   7:00 p.m.

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Suspensions (9 Bills)

  1. H.R. 4495 - To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 100 North Taylor Lane in Patagonia, Arizona, as the "Jim Kolbe Post Office" (Rep. Giffords - Oversight and Government Reform)
  2. H.Res. 957 - Honoring Jimmie Johnson, 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion (Rep. McHenry - Oversight and Government Reform)
  3. H.Res. 1014 - Recognizing and supporting the goals and ideals of North American Inclusion Month (Rep. Towns - Oversight and Government Reform)
  4. H.Res. 1043 - Recognizing Brescia University for 60 years of leadership in higher education. (Rep. Guthrie - Education and Labor)
  5. H.Res. 901 - Recognizing the 49th anniversary of the first day of integrated schools in New Orleans, Louisiana (Rep. Moore (WI) - Education and Labor)
  6. H.Res. 1022 - Honoring the life and sacrifice of Medgar Evers and congratulating the United States Navy for naming a supply ship after Medgar Evers (Rep. Johnson (GA) - Judiciary)
  7. H.Res. 960 - Expressing support for designation of January 2010 as "National Stalking Awareness Month" to raise awareness and encourage prevention of stalking (Rep. Poe - Judiciary)
  8. S. 2950 - To extend the pilot program for volunteer groups to obtain criminal history background checks (Sen. Schumer - Judiciary)
  9. H.Res. 1044 - Commemorating the 65th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, a Nazi concentration and extermination camp, honoring the victims of the Holocaust, and expressing commitment to strengthen the fight against bigotry and intolerance (Rep. Ros-Lehtinen - Foreign Affairs)


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The Daily Quote

"[T]his Democratic Congress is on a path to become one of the most productive since the Great Society 89th Congress in 1965-66, and Obama already has the most legislative success of any modern president -- and that includes Ronald Reagan and Lyndon Johnson.”


 - Norm Ornstein, 1/31/2010