SENATE

Meets at 9:30 a.m.

Committees:

Armed Services -- 10 a.m. Closed. Preparedness subc. Mark up provisions of FY87 DOD authorization bill. 222 Russell Office Building. Armed Services -- 2 p.m. Closed. Strategic and theater nuclear forces subc. Mark up provisions of FY87 DOD authorization bill; authorizing funds for FY87 and 88 for national security programs for the Dept. of Energy; and FY87 authorization request of the Federal Emergency Management Agency for civil defense programs. 222 ROB. Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs -- 9 a.m. Open. To consider the nominations of Manuel H. Johnson to be vice chairman of the board of governors of the Federal Reserve System; and William F. Ryan to be first vice president of the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. 538 Dirksen Office Building. Commerce, Science and Transportation -- 9:30 a.m. Open. Pending business, including consideration of proposed legislation to provide for a uniform product liability law to conform with an alternative claim system for expedited recovery of damages by those injured by defective products, the Product Liability Reform Act; nomination of Patricia D. Dennis to be a member of the Federal Communications Commission; and reauthorization of the U.S. Travel and Tourism Administration. 253 ROB. Energy and Natural Resources -- 9:30 a.m. Open. Public lands, reserved water and resource conservation subc. To consider permitting the use of park entrance, admission and recreation use fees for the operation of the National Park System, and to preserve, protect and revitalize the National Park System. 366 DOB. Foreign Relations -- 10 a.m. Open. Mark up supplemental assistance to the Philippines; the U.S.-U.K. supplementary extradition treaty, and legislation pertaining to aid to Northern Ireland; voting on the nomination of Chester Crocker to be a member of the board of directors of the African Development Foundation; Paul M. Cleveland to serve as ambassador to Western Samoa; and Arch L. Madsen, James Michener, Edward Ney and Lilla Burt Cummings to be members of the Board of International Broadcasting. 419 DOB. Governmental Affairs -- 10 a.m. Open. Investigations subc. Oversight on enforcement of the Bank Secrecy Act. 342 DOB. Judiciary -- 10 a.m. Open. Pending calendar committee business including the Integrity and Post-Employment Act. 226 DOB. Select on Indian Affairs -- 9:30 a.m. Open. To expand Indian education programs under the Indian Education Act to include Native Hawaiians. 485 ROB. Select on Intelligence -- 4 p.m. Closed. Briefing on intelligence matters: warning systems. 219 Hart Office Building. HOUSE

Meets at 10 a.m.

Committees:

Agriculture -- 10 a.m. Open. Forests, family farms, and energy subc. Mark up Forest Ecosystems and Atmospheric Pollution Research Act. 1302 Longworth House Office Building. Armed Services -- 1 p.m. Closed. Investigations subc. Continue mark-up to reorganize Dept. of Defense. 2212 Rayburn House Office Building. Appropriations -- 2 p.m. Open. Conferees. Urgent supplemental appropriations FY86. H140 Capitol. Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs -- 10 a.m. Open. Financial insts. super. subc. Mark up Financial Institutions Emergency Acquisitions amends.; Fed. S and L Insurance Corp. Recapitalization Act. 2128 RHOB. Education and Labor -- 10 a.m. Open. Labor-management rel. subc. Mark up Parental and Medical Leave Act. 2261 RHOB. Education and Labor -- 10 a.m. Open. Elementary, sec., and voc. ed. subc., jointly with Senate subc. on education, arts and humanities, on illiteracy in America. 2175 RHOB. Energy and Commerce -- 9 a.m. Open. Telecommunications, consumer protection and finance subc. On ensuring access to programming for backyard satellite dish owner. 2123 RHOB. Energy and Commerce -- 9:30 a.m. Open. Commerce, trans. and tourism subc. Mark up Railroad Anti-Monopoly Act of 1986. B-318 RHOB. Energy and Commerce -- 9:45 a.m. Open. Health and the environment subc. Hrng. on requiring designation of smoking and non-smoking areas in fed. bldgs. 2218 RHOB. Energy and Commerce -- 10 a.m. Open. Fossil and synthetic fuels subc. Cont. hrngs. on current natural gas legislation. 2322 RHOB. Energy and Commerce -- 2 p.m. Open. Health and the environment subc. Mark up alcohol and drug abuse legislation; appropriations for control of plague. 2218 RHOB. Foreign Affairs -- 2 p.m. Open. Western Hemisphere subc. Review docs. subpoenaed by subc. regarding contra aid. 2172 RHOB. Foreign Affairs -- 10 a.m. Open. Full comte. Cont. adherence to SALT and mark-up of bill providing that president cont. adherence as long as Soviet Union does likewise. 2172 RHOB. Government Operations -- 9:30 a.m. Open. Employment and housing subc. Hrng. on revitalization, gentrification and the low-income housing crisis. 2247 RHOB. Government Operations -- 9:30 a.m. Open. Gov't. activities and transportation subc. Hrng. on security at Washington's Dulles Interna'l. Airport. 2154 RHOB. Interior and Insular Affairs -- 9:45 a.m. Open. Public lands subc. Mark up pending legislation. 1324 LHOB. Interior and Insular Affairs -- 9:45 a.m. Open. Nat'l. parks and recreation subc. Hrng. on auth. establishment of Peace Garden on site of int. sec's choice. 340 Cannon House Office Building. Judiciary -- 9:30 a.m. Open. Admin. law and gov'l. relations subc. Consider private claims bills. 2237 RHOB. Judiciary -- 10 a.m. Open. Crime subc. Hrng. on drug dependent offenders amends. 304 CHOB. Judiciary -- 11 a.m. Open. Criminal justice subc. B-352 RHOB. Merchant Marine and Fisheries -- 10 a.m. Open. Panama Canal/outer continent'l shelf subc. On establishing a revolving fund for Panama Canal Commission. 1334 LHOB. Post Office and Civil Service -- 10:30 a.m. Open. Human resources subc. Hrng. on reappointment of certain former air traffic controllers. 311 CHOB. Science and Technology -- 9:30 a.m. Open. Full comte. On report of presidential commission on Challenger accident. 2318 RHOB.