Rep. Roemer Goes After The Space Station Again

1:17 P.M. - Mr. Roemer asked unanimous consent to offer an amendment out of order. Agreed to without objection. Amendment offered by Mr. Roemer. An amendment, printed as amendment No. 39 in the Congressional Record of June 19, 1996, to reduce the funds appropriated for the space station by $75 million.
1:18 P.M. - DEBATE - Pursuant to a previous unanimous consent agreement, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 20 minutes of debate on the Roemer amendment.
1:34 P.M. - On agreeing to the Roemer amendment Failed by voice vote.
2:29 P.M. - On agreeing to the Brown (CA) amendment Agreed to by voice vote. Amendment offered by Mr. Gejdenson. An amendment, printed as amendment No. 62 to restore $1.8 million in funding not appropriated in the bill for the Health and Human Services Department's Office of Consumer Affairs and to reduce funding for NASA's Human Space Flight program comensurately.
DEBATE - Pursuant to a previous unanimous consent agreement, the Committee of the Whole proceeded with 20 minutes of debate on the Gejdenson amendment.
2:32 P.M. - By unanimous consent, the Gejdenson amendment was withdrawn.
9:34 P.M. - Amendment offered by Mr. Roemer. An amendment, printed as amendment No. 40 in the Congressional Record of June 19, 1996 to prohibit the use of funds appropriated in the bill for NASA's "Bion 11" and "Bion 12" projects.
9:57 P.M. - Vote postponed

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