+ − Parent Committee US - Armed Services (House) + − Bills Assigned (26) US - HR270 A bill to abolish the National Security Council, and for other purposes. US - HR271 A bill to amend the National Security Act of 1947 to establish by law procedures for the classification and protection of sensitive information relating to the national security, to provide criminal penalties for unauthorized disclosure of such information, to limit matters that may be classified and impose penalties for unauthorized classification, to provide for declassification, and for other purposes. US - HR696 Federal Food Irradiation Development and Control Act of 1985 US - HR1036 A bill to change the name of the "Ernest Orlando Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory" facilities at Livermore, California, to the "Livermore National Laboratory". US - HR1082 Omnibus Intelligence and Security Improvements Act US - HR1834 Simultaneous Nuclear Test-Ban Act US - HR1873 National Security Programs Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1986 and 1987 US - HR2556 Department of Defense Authorization Act, 1986 US - HR2593 Military Radioactive Emissions Control Act of 1985 US - HR2994 Unauthorized Disclosure of Classified Information Act of 1985 US - HR3100 Comprehensive Nuclear Weapons Freeze and Arms Reduction Act of 1985 US - HR3188 National Security Reform Act of 1985 US - HR3345 A bill to establish an Advisory Commission on Tactical Nuclear Forces. US - HR3442 Simultaneous Nuclear Test-Ban Act US - HR3490 A bill to authorize the Secretary of the Air Force, subject to certain conditions, to contract for the purchase of additional B-1B bomber aircraft to complete the B-1B bomber aircraft acquisition program. US - HR3611 A bill to amend the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 to clarify the liability of the United States Government for hazardous substances released during the manufacture of munitions or ordnance parts using equipment owned by the Department of Defense or any subdivision thereof. US - HR3963 Defense Intelligence Commercial Entities Act US - HR4542 A bill to prohibit the obligation or expenditure of funds appropriated to the Department of Defense or the Department of Energy for the development, explosive testing, or production of strategic defense systems incorporating nuclear explosive devices. US - HR4682 A bill to amend title 10, United States Code, to strengthen the requirements relating to operational test and evaluation of major defense acquisition programs. US - HR4919 A bill to limit deployment and maintenance of United States strategic nuclear weapons consistent with existing arms limitation agreements. US - HR5142 A bill to prohibit the production of binary nerve gas weapons, to encourage the negotiation of an international agreement to stop the use, production, proliferation, and stockpiling of lethal chemical weapons, and to encourage the improvement of defenses against the effects of the use of binary chemical weapons on United States Armed Forces. US - HR5270 Department of Defense Narcotics Enforcement Assistance Act of 1986 US - HJRES272 A joint resolution expressing the sense of the Congress that a complete cessation of nuclear test explosions must be related to the ability of the U.S. to maintain credible deterrent forces and that any test ban agreement must be verifiable and must be made in the context of deep and verifiable arms reductions. US - HCONRES35 A concurrent resolution supporting the President's commitment to arms control policies, understandings, and agreements leading to genuine, lasting reductions in nuclear weapons and their delivery systems and the ultimate elimination of such weapons from the world's arsenals. US - HCONRES112 A concurrent resolution expressing the sense of the Congress that the United States should enter into a joint high-level scientific study with the Soviet Union to determine the long-term climatic and environmental effects of a nuclear exchange. US - HCONRES336 A concurrent resolution stating that United States defense programs should remain in conformance with the restrictions of the 1972 Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty concerning development, testing, and deployment of systems (or components for systems) that are sea-based, air-based, space-based, or mobile land-based.