+ − Parent Committee US - Foreign Affairs (House) + − Bills Assigned (65) US - HR376 To require monthly reports by the President on the extent to which the Government of Nicaragua has undertaken the reforms necessary to bring about lasting peace, pluralism, and democracy in Nicaragua. US - HR399 To impose an embargo on trade between the United States and Nicaragua. US - HR418 To lift the trade and other economic sanctions imposed on Nicaragua by the President in 1985. US - HR512 Rio Grande American Canal Extension Act of 1988 US - HR879 International Indigenous Peoples Protection Act of 1989 US - HR890 Caribbean Basin Scholarship Program Act of 1989 US - HR1240 Caribbean Regional Development Act of 1989 US - HR1247 To authorize the Agency for International Development to pay the expenses of an election observer mission for the May 1989 presidential elections in Panama. US - HR1294 Television Broadcasting to Cuba Act US - HR1311 Television Broadcasting to Cuba Act US - HR1423 To suspend United States assistance to the Nicaraguan Resistance until the Nicaraguan Resistance has accounted, to the satisfaction of the Congress, for the assistance that the United States has already provided to the Nicaraguan Resistance. US - HR1616 Aid for Development Act US - HR1753 To provide nonlethal assistance to the Nicaraguan democratic resistance. US - HR1853 To make an exception to the United States embargo on trade with Cuba for the export of medicines or medical supplies, instruments, or equipment. US - HR2635 To prohibit assistance to influence the 1990 elections in Nicaragua. US - HR2657 United States-Cuba Communications Act of 1989 US - HR3076 In support of official and unofficial observer missions for the 1990 national elections in Nicaragua. US - HR3146 United States-Mexico Debt Exchange and Border Development Act of 1989 US - HR3169 Panama Democracy and Economic Recovery Act US - HR3733 Democracy in El Salvador Act of 1989 US - HR3817 Colombian Arms Export Control Act US - HR4028 Debt-for-Drugs Exchange Act US - HR4038 To encourage the reduction of illicit coca production in Bolivia, Colombia, and Peru. US - HR4207 United States and the United States of Mexico Air Quality Improvement Act US - HR4504 To repeal the prohibition on security assistance and arms sales for Chile. US - HR5088 Western Hemisphere Debt for Nature Conversion Act US - HR5196 Caribbean Debt for Development Act of 1990 US - HR5363 United States-Mexico Border Health and Environment Act US - HR5473 To amend the Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Act to establish a center to study and support improved trade and economic relations among Western Hemisphere countries. US - HR5609 Central American Democracy and Development Act US - HJRES54 To prohibit military assistance for El Salvador. US - HJRES219 Disapproving the 1989 certification by the President with respect to the Bahamas under section 481(h) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961. US - HJRES246 Expressing United States policy regarding reforms which should be taken by the Government of Nicaragua in order to bring about lasting peace, pluralism, and democracy in Nicaragua. US - HJRES271 Relating to responsible trade and conservation of tropical forest resources. US - HJRES431 To establish that it is the policy of the United States to encourage and support conservation efforts initiated by Brazil to protect the Amazon forest, and that the United States should redouble its efforts to reduce its pollution of the global environment. US - HJRES511 To lift the United States embargo on trade with Nicaragua. US - HJRES541 To encourage International Cooperation against National Leaders Implicated in the International Narcotics Trade. US - HCONRES1 Salvadoran Foreign Assistance Reform Resolution US - HCONRES38 Expressing the sense of the Congress regarding the murder on December 22, 1988, of Brazilian environmentalist and union leader "Chico" Mendes Filho. US - HCONRES47 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the President or the Congress should abrogate the Panama Canal Treaties of 1977 and the Neutrality Treaty and the Congress should repeal the Panama Canal Act of 1979. US - HCONRES48 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the United States Government should pursue a negotiated political settlement to the civil war in El Salvador. US - HCONRES55 Calling for the reestablishment of the National Bipartisan Commission on Central America to study the nature of the United States interests in the Central American region and the threats now posed to those interests. US - HCONRES56 Expressing the sense of Congress with respect to a plebiscite in Cuba. US - HCONRES68 Calling upon the Soviet Union and its allies to withhold military assistance to the Government of Nicaragua. US - HCONRES75 Resolution on a Plebiscite in Cuba US - HCONRES94 Expressing the support of the Congress for the efforts of Paraguay to respect basic human rights and civil liberties and support full and genuine democracy. US - HCONRES118 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the Panama Canal Treaties be abrogated, and other matters. US - HCONRES137 Expressing the sense of the Congress concerning the Kennedy-Krushchev Accord. US - HCONRES145 Urging the President to refocus foreign assistance, particularly food assistance to Central America, to reintegrate refugees and displaced people into the economic mainstream of Central American nations, and to improve the health, nutrition, and education levels of children, women, and others most in need. US - HCONRES148 To express the sense of the Congress that a democratically elected government be in place in Panama before the Senate gives its advice and consent for the nominee for the position of Administrator of the Panama Canal Commission. US - HCONRES176 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the egregious human rights violations in Cuba should be condemned and the President should award the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Armando Valladares for outstanding efforts to secure human rights and freedom for Cubans and millions of individuals throughout the world. US - HCONRES181 To express the sense of the Congress that Latin American drug production control efforts will continue to be severely hampered if the debt burden of Latin American nations is not substantially reduced. US - HCONRES194 To express the support of the Congress for the courageous people of Colombia. US - HCONRES213 To encourage a negotiated settlement to the civil war in El Salvador. US - HCONRES219 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the United States should recognize Guillermo Endara, Ricardo Arias Calderon, and Guillermo Ford as the President, 1st Vice-President, and 2nd Vice-President, respectively, of Panama. US - HCONRES260 Expressing the sense of the Congress with respect to multilateral action in rescheduling the payments required on sovereign debt of Panama and cooperation in establishing a comprehensive program to facilitate the political and economic recovery of Panama. US - HCONRES274 Expressing the sense of the Congress that the United Nations Human Rights Commission should continue to report on human rights in Cuba. US - HCONRES319 To condemn the role of Cuba in international drug trafficking. US - HCONRES320 To support democracy in the Republic of Croatia. US - HCONRES335 Concerning the relationship between Cuba and the Soviet Union. US - HCONRES355 Condemning human rights violations in Guatemala and supporting negotiations to peacefully end the 30-year civil war in that country. US - HRES181 Expressing the concern of the House of Representatives regarding the future security of the Panama Canal. US - HRES348 To express the sense of the House of Representatives concerning the election of Violeta Chamorro as President of Nicaragua. US - HRES365 Relating to human rights abuses by the Government of Cuba and reprisals by the Cuban Government against those Cuban citizens who testified before the Cuba Working Group of the United Nations Human Rights Commission. US - HRES381 Relating to human rights abuses by the Government of Cuba and reprisals by the Cuban Government against those Cuban citizens who testified before the Cuba Working Group of the United Nations Human Rights Commission.