Recent Action in The Congress

February 1990
Congressional Digest;Feb1990, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p38
Summarizes action in the 101st Congress on approximately 100 bills introduced, that contain child care provisions. President Bush's proposal; Senate action; House committee action; House floor action.


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