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Cosponsored — Seneca Nation Settlement Act of 1990
Cosponsored — Designating the room numbered H-235 in the House of Representatives wing of the Capitol as the “Lindy Claiborne Boggs Congressional Women’s Reading Room”.
Cosponsored — Designating October 28, 1990, as “Statue of Liberty Day”.
Cosponsored — Octane Display and Disclosure Act of 1990
Sponsored — Expressing the sense of the Congress that the crisis created by Iraq’s invasion and occupation of Kuwait must be addressed and resolved on its own terms separately from other conflicts in the region.
Cosponsored — Designating October 1990 as “National Domestic Violence Awareness Month”.
Cosponsored — To prohibit the proposed sales to Saudia Arabia of M1A2 tanks and Bradley Fighting Vehicles, APACHE helocopters, and PATRIOT guided missile units that were reported to the Congress on September 27, 1990.
Sponsored — Financial Consumers Association Act of 1990
Cosponsored — To redesignate the Department of Veterans Affairs medical center located at 113 Holland Avenue in Albany, New York, as the “Samuel S. Stratton Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center”.
Cosponsored — Designating March 1990 as “Irish-American Heritage Month”.
Cosponsored — To designate October 6, 1990, as “German-American Day”.
Cosponsored — Urban Schools of America (USA) Act of 1990
Cosponsored — Regarding modifications to the budget summit agreement for fiscal year 1991 through 1995.
Cosponsored — 1992 Olympic Commemorative Coin Act
Cosponsored — Family Unity and Employment Opportunity Immigration Act of 1990
Cosponsored — Designating October 1990 as “Ending Hunger Month”.
Cosponsored — Designating October 31, 1990, as “Pediatric AIDS Awareness Day”.
Cosponsored — Expressing the sense of the Congress that the Congress should enact a national health program which will remove economic and other major barriers to the receipt of health care while encouraging the efficient delivery of effective, high quality services.
Cosponsored — Designating the week beginning September 16, 1990, as “Emergency Medical Services Week”.