SENATE

Meets at 11 a.m.

Committees:

Appropriations -- 2 p.m. Open. Mark up DOT FY86 approps.; Comm., Justice, State and the judiciary FY86 approps.; and DOL, HHS, Educ. FY86 approps. 192 Dirksen Office Building. Budget -- 3 p.m. Open. Mark up reconciliation legis. 608 DOB. Commerce, Science and Transportation -- 9 a.m. Open. Aviation subc. On aviation safety-FAA oversight (wind shear). 253 Russell Office Building. Finance -- 9:30 a.m. Open. On president's tax reform plan (insurance industry). 215 DOB. Foreign Relations -- 10 a.m. Open. Nomination hrngs. on Dwight Ink to be an asst. admin. for AID for Latin America, and pending nominees to be members of the Advisory Board for Radio Broadcasting to Cuba: Midge Decter, Joseph Blennon, Antonio Nevarro, Jose Rodriguez, Danford Sawyer Jr. and John Silber. 11 a.m. Open. Comte. business calendar. 419 DOB. Governmental Affairs -- 10 a.m. Open. Civil service, post office and gen'l. services subc. On Non-Smokers Rights Act. 342 DOB. Judiciary -- 10 a.m. Open. Administrative practice and procedure subc. On DOJ procurement fraud. 226 DOB. Judiciary -- 10 a.m. Open. Juvenile justice subc. On Computer Pornography and Child Exploitation Act of 1985. 192 DOB. Labor and Human Resources -- 9:30 a.m. Open. Labor subc. On pension policy implications of president's tax plan (fringe benefits and retirement savings). 430 DOB. Labor and Human Resources -- 10 a.m. Open. On the exploitation of runaway children. 628 DOB. Veterans' Affairs -- 11 a.m. Open. On legislative priorities of American Legion. 106 DOB. Democratic Policy -- Noon. Closed. Luncheon meeting. S-211 Capitol. Republican Policy -- 12:30 p.m. Closed. Luncheon meeting. S-207 Cap. HOUSE

Meets at noon.

Committees:

Aging -- 10 a.m. Open. Hrng. to examine the rights of the terminally ill. Former U.S. senator Jacob K. Javits. 345 Cannon House Office Building. Appropriations -- 10 a.m. Closed. Defense subc. Mark up DOD approps. FY86. H-140 Capitol. Armed Services -- 10 a.m. Open (may close). Seapower and strategic and crit. mat. subc. Hrng. to examine problems in Navy's supply system. 2118 Rayburn House Office Building. District of Columbia -- 9 a.m. Open. Judiciary and educ. subc. Hrng. and mark-up of transfer of parole authority from U.S. Parole Commission to D.C. Parole Board, and requir. criminal prosecutions of violations of D.C. laws to be prosecuted in name of D.C. 1310 Longworth House Office Building. Education and Labor -- 10 a.m. Open. Jnt. Hrng.: elem., sec., and voc. edu. subc. and Senate edu., arts, and hum. subc. Hrng. to examine the problem of illiteracy in America. 2175 RHOB. Education and Labor -- 11 a.m. Open. Postsecondary edu. subc. On the Higher Education Act. 2261 RHOB. Energy and Commerce -- 10 a.m. Open. Health and environ. subc. Mark up protection and advocacy rights of mentally ill and health planning amends. 2218 RHOB. Energy and Commerce -- 9:30 a.m. Open. Jnt. Hrng.: telecomm., consumer protec., and finance subc. and comm., trans., and tourism subc. Hrng. on Telecommunications Trade Act. 2123 RHOB. Interior and Insular Affairs -- 9:45 a.m. Open. Nat'l. parks and recreation subc. Mark up Mary McLeod Bethune Council House, Wash., D.C. and land conveyance, Md. 1324 LHOB. Judiciary -- 11 a.m. Open. Courts subc. Mark up Criminal Justice Act revision, Rules Enabling Act and other bills. 2226 RHOB. Merchant Marine and Fisheries -- 11 a.m. Open. Mark up Superfund. 1334 LHOB. Rules -- 11 a.m. Open. Prevent explosive nuclear testing; military construc. approps. FY86. H-313 Capitol Science and Technology -- 9:30 a.m. Open. Science, research and tech. subc. Hrng. on the future role and mission of National Bureau of Standards. 2318 RHOB. Veterans' Affairs -- 9 a.m. Open. Hrng. to receive legislative program of the American Legion. 334 CHOB. Ways and Means -- 11 a.m. Open (may close). Mark up tax reform bill. 1100 LHOB.