SENATE

Meets at 9:30 a.m.

Committees:

Banking, Housing and Urban affairs--10 a.m. World Trade Organization. 538 Dirksen Office Building.

Energy and Natural Resources--9:30 a.m. Forests and public land management subc. President Clinton's proposal to review approximately 40 million acres of national forest lands for increased protection. 366 DOB.

Foreign Relations--3 p.m. Nomination of former senator Carol Moseley-Braun to be ambassador to New Zealand. 419 DOB.

Foreign Relations--10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Various nominations. 419 DOB.

Foreign Relations--3 p.m. Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs subc. Extremist movements and their threat to the United States. 419 DOB.

Judiciary--10:30 a.m. "Big Government Lawsuits: Are Policy-Driven Lawsuits in the Public Interest?" 226 DOB.

Judiciary--Following floor roll call vote. Executive business meeting to consider pending nominations and legislation. President's Room, the Capitol.

HOUSE

Meets at 9 a.m.

Committees:

Commerce--10 a.m. Finance and hazardous materials subc. Mark up H.R. 887 and H.R. 1089. 2123 Rayburn House Office Bldg.

Government Reform--2 p.m. Government management, information and technology subc. Mark up H.R. 2376. 2154 RHOB.

Judiciary--9:30 a.m. Mark up H.R. 2366 and H.R. 1869. 2141 RHOB.

Judiciary--2 p.m. Commercial and administrative law subc. Need for more bankruptcy court judges. 2141 RHOB.

Resources--2 p.m. Forests and forest health subc. Mark up H.R. 1680, H.R. 1749, H.R. 1969 and H.R. 3089. 1334 Longworth House Office Bldg.

Rules--1 p.m. Conference report to accompany S. 900, and H.R. 2389. H-313 Capitol.

Small Business--10 a.m. Empowerment subc. H.R. 2373. 2360 RHOB.