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White House: PRESIDENT BUSH - Tours Capital Area Food Bank; makes remarks at the food bank; signs H.R.4664, National Science Foundation Authorization Act of 2002, Roosevelt Room. VICE PRESIDENT CHENEY - No public schedule. US Senate: No Scheduled Events. US House: No Scheduled Events. Other: SMALLPOX VACCINATIONS _ 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. A National Academies' Institute of Medicine committee, providing guidance to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) program managers on aspects of implementing a pre-emptive smallpox vaccination program, holds its first meeting to hear from the CDC and gather input from other interested parties. Location: National Academies facility, Room 100, 500 5th St. NW. INS RESTRUCTURING _ 8:30 a.m. The Migration Policy Institute holds a panel discussion on the restructuring of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, with Acting Deputy INS Commissioner Mike Becraft, Jeanne Butterfield of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, former INS Commissioner Doris Meissner, and others. Location: 7th floor conference room, 1616 P St. NW. U.S.-EU _ 9:15 a.m. EU Commissioner Chris Patten holds a news briefing on the outcome of the U.S.-EU ministerial meeting, covering counter-terrorism cooperation, Iraq, Iran, North Korea, Venezuela and the Mideast, and on the EU perspective going into the Quartet Meeting on Dec. 20. Location: EC offices, 2300 M St. NW. BUSH-ENVIRONMENT _ 9:30 a.m. National environmental and public health groups hold a briefing on the status and outlook for environmental issues in the Bush administration. Location: Holmes Room, Willard Hotel, 14th St. and Pennsylvania Ave. NW. IMF BRIEFING _ 9:30 a.m. IMF spokesman Thomas Dawson holds a news briefing. Location: IMF Center, 720 19th St. NW. TAX REDUCTIONS _ 10 a.m. The Club for Growth holds a news conference with supply side economists to urge cuts in payroll tax rates to stimulate the economy. Participants include Jack Kemp, Lawrence Kudlow, William Kristol and Stephen Moore. Location: National Press Club. TITLE IX _ 10 a.m. The National Coalition for Women and Girls in Education holds an interactive teleconference on reports of abuses in the Title IX Commission's processes and what it says are its proposals to weaken Title IX. Contacts: Margot Friedman, 202-588-5180. Notes: Reporters may dial 800-351-4893 and use the code Title IX to participate in the teleconference. CHURCH-STATE _ 11 a.m. Americans united for Separation of Church and State hold a panel discussion on the conservative case for separation of church and state. Location: Room 2237, Rayburn. VIDEO GAMES _ 11 a.m. Sen. Joseph Lieberman, Rep. Betty McCollum and David Walsh of the National institute on Media and the Family hold a news conference to release the 7th annual MediaWise Video Game Report Card. Location: Room 342, Dirksen. DEMOCRATS-WEBSTER _ 11:30 a.m. Reps. Barney Frank, D-Mass., and Edward J. Markey, D-Mass., hold a press conference on the findings of a GAO report about the selection process by which William Webster was named chairman of the SEC's Public Company Accounting Oversight Board. Location: House Radio/TV Gallery. UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE _ 11:45 a.m. The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities holds a conference call briefing on President Bush's lack of clarity in his announcement last Saturday concerning the unemployment insurance extension. Contacts: Michelle Bazie, 202-408- 1080 Notes: Call contact for details. Also runs at 1:45 p.m. EUROPEAN UNION _ 12 p.m. Chris Patten, the European Commission's Commissioner for External Affairs, discusses the European Union in world affairs, sponsored by the School of Advanced International Studies. Location: Kenney Auditorium, 1740 Massachusetts Ave. NW. FAUCI-BIOTERRORISM _ 12 p.m. Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases at the National Institutes of Health, will deliver a grand rounds lecture titled "Bioterrorism: A Clear and Present Danger." Location: George Washington University Hospital Auditorium, 900 23rd St. NW. MODERATE SHI'ISM-IRAQ _ 12 p.m. The Middle East Institute hosts a roundtable briefing on "Moderate Shi'ism and the Future of Iraq." Participants are Sheikh Abdulmajid Al-Hooei, president, Al-Kohi Foundation, Iraq; and Laith Kubba, senior program officer, Middle East Program, National Endowment for Democracy. Location: Middle East Institute, 1761 N St. NW. RELIGION-ENVIRONMENT _ 12 p.m. The Worldwatch Institute holds a briefing on a report showing religious institutions worldwide are p 1/8ushing the environmental movement. Location: 8th floor, Worldwatch Institute, 1776 Massachusetts Ave. NW. HEALTH LEGISLATION _ 12 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. The Alliance for Health Reform sponsors a luncheon discussion, "Health on the Hill: What Health Legislation Can We Expect from the New Congress?" Location: National Press Club, Holeman Lounge. CLEAN AIR _ 12:15 p.m. The Clean Air Trust holds a briefing with public interest group representatives on debunking the myths of emission trading. Location: National Press Club. TAX CUTS _ 1:30 p.m. Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation hold a panel discussion on possible tax cuts, with Daniel Mitchell of Heritage Foundation, and Wayne Brough and Erick Gustafson of the foundation. Location: Room 1539, Longworth. YOUNG-APPROPRIATIONS _ 1:30 p.m. House Appropriations Committee Chairman Rep. Bill Young holds a media availability to discuss the outlook and timeline for FY03 appropriations in January. Location: Room H-140, Capitol. VANESSA REDGRAVE-CHECHNYA _ 3 p.m. Actress and activist Vanessa Redgrave addresses a National Press Club afternoon newsmaker. Topic: "Akhmed Zakayev and the Struggle for Peace in Chechnya." Location: National Press Club, Lisagor Room.

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PRESIDENT BUSH - Signs the Patriot Act Anti-Terrorism Bill, East Room, White House; delivers remarks to business, trade, and agricultural leaders, East Room, White House.

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White House: PRESIDENT BUSH - In Texas. No public schedule. VICE PRESIDENT CHENEY - No public schedule. US Senate: To be announced. US House: To be announced. Other: ATR-SOCIAL SECURITY _ 10 a.m.-Noon. Americans for Tax Reform holds a news conference in support of reforming Social Security with progressive, personal savings accounts. Participating are Grover Norquist, president, Americans for Tax Reform; Peter Ferrara, George Mason University; others. Location: Loew's L'Enfant Plaza Hotel, Marquette Room, 480 L'Enfant Plaza, SW.

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White House: PRESIDENT BUSH - Travels to St. Louis, Mo.; Knoxville, Tenn.; and Washington, D.C. for school events. VICE PRESIDENT CHENEY - Unavailable. US Senate: Not in session. US House: Not in session. Other: NUCLEAR _ 9:15 a.m.-5 p.m. The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) holds a fourth and final meeting of nuclear experts from the government, the nuclear industry, academia and the public to review, discuss and propose individual recommendations on the role and future direction of regulatory research for commission consideration. It also discusses questions posed to the panel by NRC Chairman Richard Meserve. Location: Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), 1800 K St. NW. MICROSOFT _ 9 a.m. The Washington Legal Foundation hosts a media briefing, ' 'Microsoft on Appeal: The End of the Road or a New Beginning for Antitrust Law?' ' with Ernest Gellhorn, George Mason University; Irwin Stelzer, Hudson Institute; and Lars Liebeler, Thaler Liebeler Machado & Rasmussen. Location: M.J. Murdock Center for Free Enterprise, Washington Legal Foundation, 2009 Massachusetts Ave. NW. PHYSICIAN-PATIENT _ 9 a.m. The American College of Physicians and American Society of Internal Medicine host a breakfast briefing on reducing government and insurer intrusions into the physician-patient relationship, with Dr. Sandra Adamson Fryhofer, ACP-ASIM president; and Robert Doherty and John Dumoulin of ACP-ASIM. Location: National Press Club, Lisagor Room. ENERGY _ 9:30 a.m. Members of the United States Energy Association hold a briefing on USEA National Energy Strategy, releasing a paper outlining several areas of action to enhance energy supplies, encourage energy efficiency and affordable prices, stimulate global energy trade and development, and others, with Red Cavaney, CEO, American Petroleum Institute; John Derrick, CEO, Pepco, and chairman of the USEA Board of Directors; Glenn English, National Rural Electric Cooperative Assn.; Jack Gerard, CEO, National Mining Assn.; Angie Howard, Nuclear Energy Institute; Dick Lawson, chairman, USEA National Energy Policy Committee; David Owens, vice president, Edison Electric Institute; David Parker, CEO, American Gas Assn.; and Allen Richardson, president, American Public Power Assn. Location: National Press Club, Zenger Room. TEEN DRUG SURVEY _ 10 a.m. Joseph Califano, Jr., president of The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University (CASA) and former U.S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, releases CASA's 6th annual teen drug survey. He is joined by Mayor Brent Coles of Boise, Idaho, president, U.S. Conference of Mayors, and Mayor Scott King of Gary, Ind. Coles and King chair the Conference's Drug Control Task Force. Location: National Press Club, Murrow Room. FINANCIAL MARKETS _ Noon. Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation hosts a Policy Watch luncheon discussion, ''Who Let the Bears Out? Perspectives on a New SEC and the Fate of Financial Markets,'' with Laura Unger, acting chairwoman, SEC; Jerry Ellig, Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation; Matt Andresen, CEO, Island ECN; and Gregory Smith, JP Morgan H & Q. Location: Room 2222, Rayburn House Office Building. MICROSOFT _ Noon-2 p.m. The Progress & Freedom Foundation hosts a panel discussion on ''Is Microsoft Still a Monopoly?'' with Jeffrey Eisenach and Thomas Lenard, Progress & Freedom Foundation; Edward Black, Computer & Communications Industry Association; Robert Litan, Brookings Institution; and Kenneth Starr, Kirkland & Ellis. Location: National Press Club, First Amendment Room. BUSH-ECONOMIC POLICY _ 3:15 p.m. White House assistant Lawrence Lindsey speaks on the Bush administration economic policy. Foreign media only. Location: Foreign Press Center, National Press Building. DELLUMS _ 7 p.m. Former Rep. Ron Dellums discusses his congressional career. Location: Nineteenth Street Baptist Church, 4606 16th St. NW. THE REST OF WASHINGTON _ 7:30 p.m. American University 's School of Communication presents An American Forum, ''Between the White House & the Hill: Reporting on the Rest of Washington,'' with panelists Charles Lewis, president, Center for Public Integrity; Elizabeth Marchak, Cleveland Plain Dealer; Timothy Noah, Slate magazine; Charles Peters, editor-in-chief, Washington Monthly; and moderator Wendell Cochran, American University. Location: American University, Kay Spiritual Life Center, 4400 Massachusetts Ave. NW.

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PRESIDENT BUSH - Announces Federal Judicial Appointment, East Room. VICE PRESIDENT CHENEY - No public schedule. US Senate: AGRICULTURE, NUTRITION AND FORESTRY _ 9:30 a.m. Full Committee. Hearing on pending nominations. 328A, Russell. APPROPRIATIONS _ 10 a.m. VA, HUD and Independent Agencies Subcommittee. Hearing on FY02 appropriations. 138, Dirksen. APPROPRIATIONS _ 10 a.m. Defense Subcommittee. Hearing on National Guard/Armed Forces Reserves Budget Overview. 192, Dirksen. APPROPRIATIONS _ 9:30 a.m. Labor, Health and Human Services and Education Subcommittee. Hearing on breast cancer. 124, Dirksen. APPROPRIATIONS_9:30 a.m. Commerce, Justice, State, and the Judiciary. Hearing on U.S. capabilities to combat terrorism. Witnesses include Attorney General John Ashcroft, Helath and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson and Secretary of Commerce Don Evans and others. 216, Hart. APPROPRIATIONS_10:00 a. m. Subcommittee on Veterans Affairs, HUD and Independent Agencies. NASA Administrator Daniel Goldin scheduled to testify. 138, Dirsken. COMMERCE, SCIENCE AND TRANSPORTATION _ 9:30 a.m. Surface Transportation and Merchant Marine Subcommittee. Hearing on the railroad freight industry. 253, Russell. ENERGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES _ 9:30 a.m. Full Committee. Hearing on pending nominations. 366, Dirksen. ENVIRONMENT AND PUBLIC WORKS _ 9:30 a.m. Fisheries, Wildlife and Water Subcommittee. Hearing on delisting species from the Endangered Species List. 628, Dirksen. GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS _ 10 a.m. Full Committee. Hearing on federal election practices and procedures. 342, Dirksen. JUDICIARY _ 10 a.m. Full Committee. Hearing on pending nominations. 226, Dirksen. US House: Meets at 10 a.m. Floor Schedule: H.Con.Res. 83 - Budget resolution for FY02 conference report. H.R. 581 - Wildland Fire Management Act. APPROPRIATIONS _ 2 p.m. Transportation Subcommittee. Hearing on FY02 appropriations. 2358, Rayburn. APPROPRIATIONS _ 1:30 p.m. Defense Subcommittee. Hearing on FY02 appropriations. CLOSED. H-140, Capitol. APPROPRIATIONS _ 10 a.m. Treasury, Postal Service and General Government Subcommittee. Hearing on FY02 appropriations. 2359, Rayburn. APPROPRIATIONS _ 10 a.m. Energy and Water Subcommittee. Hearing on FY02 budget requests. 2362, Rayburn. APPROPRIATIONS _ 10 a.m. Commerce, Justice, State and Judiciary Subcommittee. Hearing on FY02 budget requests. 2237, Rayburn. ARMED SERVICES _ 1:30 p.m. Military Installations and Facilities Subcommittee. Hearing on housing for enlisted personnel in military bases. 2212, Rayburn. ARMED SERVICES _ 2:30 p.m. Military Personnel Subcommittee. Hearing on voting habits among members of the military. 2118, Rayburn. EDUCATION AND THE WORKFORCE _ 1 p.m. Full Committee. Continued markup of H.R. 1, the No Child Left Behind Act. 2175, Rayburn. ENERGY AND COMMERCE _ 10 a.m. Markup of pending legislation. 2123, Rayburn. FINANCIAL SERVICES _ 9:45 a.m. Full Committee. Business meeting and subcommittee assignments. 2128, Rayburn. FINANCIAL SERVICES _ 10 a.m. Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit Subcommittee. Hearing consumer fraud safeguards. 2128, Rayburn. GOVERNMENT REFORM _ 10 a.m. Full Committee. Hearing on the use of training facilities for military readiness. 2154, Rayburn. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS _ 10 a.m. Mideast and South Asia Subcommittee. Hearing on sanctions against Iraq and Iran. 2172, Rayburn. JUDICIARY _ 2 p.m. Commercial and Administrative Law Subcommittee. Hearing on Justice Department reauthorization. 2141, Rayburn. JUDICIARY _ 10 a.m. Full Committee. Hearing on changes to the federal whistleblower protection laws. 2141, Rayburn. SCIENCE _ 10 a.m. Environment, Technology and Standards Subcommittee. Hearingon the NOAA FY02 budget. 2318, Rayburn. SCIENCE _ 2 p.m. Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee. Hearing on vertical takeoff and landing technology. 2318, Rayburn. SELECT INTELLIGENCE _ 2 p.m. Full Committee. Hearing on intelligence matters. CLOSED. H-405, Capitol. SMALL BUSINESS _ 10 a.m. Full Committee. Hearing on health care recordkeeping requirements. 2360, Rayburn. TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE _ 10 a.m. Highways and Transit Subcommittee. Hearing on electronic distractions to drivers. 2167, Rayburn. TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE _ 2 p.m. Railroads Subcommittee. Markup of pending legislation. 2167, Rayburn. TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE _ 2 p.m. Economic Development, Public Buildings and Emergency Management Subcommittee. Hearing on the federal government's preparedness for terrorist acts. 2253, Rayburn. WAYS AND MEANS _ 2 p.m. Health Subcommittee. Hearing on cost savings for Medicare and Medigap. 1100, Longworth. Other: STATE LEGISLATORS _ All Day. The National Conference of State Legislatures hosts the spring meeting of their Assembly on Federal Issues, which directs NCSL's lobbying efforts, with its members, representing each state and territorial legislature, developing official positions that guide lobbying activities. Highlights: 9 a.m. Elections Reform Task Force. 1 p.m. Hands-on Demonstrations of Innovative Voting Systems. 3:15 p.m. State/Federal Election Activity Update. Location: Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill, 525 New Jersey Ave. NW. JOB CORPS-OHIO _ 8:15 a.m. Members of the Ohio congressional delegation and businesses hold an event to praise Job Corps and to express frustration with the lack of skilled, entry-level workers in the Ohio area. Location: room HC-8, Capitol. BREAST CANCER _ 9 a.m. Actress Peri Gilpin, National Breast Cancer Coalition President Fran Visco, others, hold a news conference to support more research for breast cancer. Sens. Lincoln Chafee, R-RI, and Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev. are also committed to take part in the event. Location: East Steps, Capitol. HOUSE DEMOCRATS _ 9 a.m. The House Democratic Caucus holds a closed meeting. Location: room 345, Cannon. Note: Stakeout after the meeting outside the room. SPECIAL EDUCATION _ 9 a.m. The Thomas B. Fordham Foundation and the Progressive Policy Institute hold a press conference to release ''Rethinking Special Education for a New Century, '' a new volume of 14 original papers on rethinking and improving the federal special education program. Location: National Press Club, First Amendment Room. TIBET _ 9:30 a.m. Sen. Dianne Feinstein and Rep Tom Lantos hold a news conference to announce a bill to protect Tibetan cultural identity. Location: Senate Radio-TV Gallery. HOUSE REPUBLICANS _ 10 a.m. The House Republican Conference meets. Agenda includes the budget. Closed. Location: room HC-5, Capitol. Note: Stakeout in the Center steps hallway outside HC-5 immediately following the meeting. ENERGY PLAN _ 10 a.m. Environmental groups hold a news conference to discuss the elements of what they think should be in the Bush energy plan. Location: Holmes Room, Willard Hotel, 14th St. and Pennsylvania Ave. NW. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL-MCVEIGH _ 10 a.m. The human rights organization holds a news conference to call for President Bush to halt the execution of convicted Oklahama City Federal Building bomber, Timothy McVeigh. Location: National Press Club, Zenger Room, 529 14th St, NW TAX CREDITS _ 10 a.m. The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life holds a discussion on charity tax credits. Location: Falk Auditorium, Brookings Institution, 1775 Massachusetts Ave. NW. HEALTH INSURANCE _ 10:15 a.m. The National Federation of Independent Business, others, members of Congress hold a news conference to introduce bipartisan legislation to enact association health plans in the House and Senate. Location: House triangle. ENVIRONMENT-MINING _ 10:30 a.m. Reps. Nick Rahall, Jay Inslee, others, hold a news conference to call on President Bush not to roll back environmental protections on the hardrock mining industry. Location: Senate Swamp, Capitol. VISA PROGRAM _ 11 a.m. Reps. Luis Gutierrez and Connie Morella hold a news conference to urge quick action to reinstate immigrants' opportunities to apply for the family-based 245(i) visa program. Location: House triangle. ENERGY SAVINGS _ 11 a.m. The Energy Department and building industry groups hold a news conference to announce energy saving plans for homes, schools and businesses. Location: American Institute of Architects, 1735 New York Ave. NW. MISSILE DEFENSE _ 11 a.m. Rep. Curt Weldon, physicists, and the S.A.F.E. Foundation hold a news conference to announce that an effective missile defense is within America's technological capabilities. Location: room 2216, Rayburn. MEDICARE _ 11:30 a. m. Sens. Debbie Stabenow and Bob Graham hold a rally with seniors urging that the Medicare Trust Fund be protected and solvent. Location: Senate Swamp. TAX PLAN _ 11:30 a.m. Americans for Tax Reform holds an event in support of the Bush tax cut plan. Location: room 428A, Russell. FCC REFORM _ Noon. Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation hosts a Policy Watch luncheon on ''The Chairmen's Agendas: Reform of the FCC for the 21st Century,'' with Mary Beth Richards, FCC; Jerry Ellig, Citizens for a Sound Economy Foundation; Randolph May, Progress & Freedom Foundation; others. Location: Room 2218, Rayburn House Office Building. ESPIONAGE _ Noon. The Heritage Foundation sponsors a lecture by Sen. Richard Shelby on espionage in the 21st century. Location: Lehrman Auditorium, 214, Massachusetts Ave. NE. CENSUS-LATINO _ 12:30 p.m. The Puerto Rican Legal Defense Fund, the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials, and members of Congress hold a press briefing to discuss how the changing demographics of the Latino population will have a strong impact on building a more representative democracy, with Juan Figueroa, president, PRLDEF; Arturo Vargas, executive director, NALEO; and Latino legislators including Reps. Gonzalez, Velazquez, Menendez and Baca. Location: National Press Club, Zenger Room. GEPHARDT-CALIFORNIA _ 1 p.m. House Minority Leader Rep. Richard Gephardt attends a meeting of the California Democratic congressional delegation and other members from other Western states. Closed press. Location: Members' Dining Room, Capitol. Note: Following the meeting, there will be a news availability in the House Radio- TV Gallery. EDUCATION REFORM_ 2 p.m. Sens. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass, Christopher Dodd, D-Conn., Patty Murray, D-Wash, Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, Byron Dorgan, D-N. D. and Jeff Bingham, D-N. Mex. hold news conference to call for more funding to finance education reform. Location: Senate Swamp. EDUCATION _ 2:45 p.m. Sens. Kay Bailey-Hutchison, R-Texas, and Bill Frist, R-Tenn hold news conference to discuss Medicare reform plans. Location: Senate Swamp. JUDICIAL NOMINEES _ 4:00 p.m. Sen. Charles Shumer holds a news conference to comment on President Bush's first group of judicial nominees, and the judicial selection process. Location: Senate Radio and Television Gallery, Capitol. CHAFEE DINNER _ 6:30 p.m. The Republican Main Street Partnership holds the second annual John Chafee Dinner in honor of Sen. John Chafee's legacy of public service and civility, with the 2001 John Chafee Awards for Public Service being presented to Dennis Hastert, Speaker of the House, and Olympic Snowe, senator from Maine. Location: Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill, Regency Ballroom, 400 New Jersey Ave. NW.

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PRESIDENT BUSH - President and Mrs. Bush participate in White House Easter Egg Roll, South Lawn, White House; delivers remarks to The U.S. Chamber of Commerce; meets with the president of Chile, Oval Office, White House. VICE PRESIDENT CHENEY - Unavailable. US Senate: Not in session. US House: Not in session. Other: EGG ROLL _ 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The White House holds the annual Easter Egg Roll for children three to six years old accompanied by an adult, with free timed tickets distributed four per person beginning at 7 a.m. from the visitor pavilion on the Ellipse south of the White House. Education Secretary Rod Paige attends at 11:30 a.m. HUD Secretary Mel Martinez will give a reading in Spanish from the Dr. Seuss classic ''Green Eggs and Ham.'' An Easter Egg Roll Concert is held at 1:30 p.m. by the U.S. Navy Band performing on the White House south lawn. PRIVACY _ 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. The George Washington University Executive Master of Science in Information Systems (EMIS) Program sponsors a discussion on ''Privacy in the Information Age.'' Highlights: 9:30 a.m. John Carson and William Money, EMIS. 9:35 a.m. John Flannery, forum facilitator. 9:45 a.m. Panel 1, Susannah Fox, Pew Internet; Kenneth Glueck, Oracle Corp.; Frank Torres III, Consumers Union; Robert Atkinson, Progressive Policy Institute; John Scheibel, Yahoo!; Douglas Miller, America Online; Christopher Hankin, Sun Microsystems. 10:55 a.m. Panel 2, Chris Hoofnagle, Electronic Privacy Information Center; Stephen Ryan, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips; Rick Lane, U.S. Chamber of Commerce; Jim Dempsey, Center for Democracy & Technology; Brian Adkins, Information Technology Industry Council; John Sabo, Privacy and Trust Initiatives for Computer Associates; Conrad Herrmann, co-founder, Zone Labs, Inc. 1 p.m. Keynote speaker Bettina Gregory, ABC News, ''Privacy and the Media.' ' Location: George Washington University Virginia Campus, 20101 Academic Way, Suite 321, Ashburn, Va. CHILE _ 8:30 a.m. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce hosts Ricardo Lagos Escobar, president of Chile, and Nicolas Eyzaguirre, Chilean minister of finance, discussing the prospects for bilateral trade at an International Forum Breakfast. Location: U.S. Chamber of Commerce, International Hall of Flags, 1615 H St. NW. VETERANS-CLAIMS _ 9 a.m. Veterans Administration Secretary Anthony Principi signs a charter of commission studying delays in veterans claims, including a media availability. Location: Bradley Conference Room, Department of Veterans Affairs, 810 Vermont Ave. NW. PUBLIC EDUCATION _ 9:30 a.m. Education Week and Public Education Network hold a briefing to release a national survey they commissioned, ''Action for All: The Public's Responsibility for Public Education,'' with Wendy Puriefoy, president, Public Education Network; Virginia Edwards, publisher, Education Week; and Celinda Lake, president of the pollling firm of Lake Snell Perry & Associates. A discussion of public responsibility for public education follows, with Rep. Chaka Fattah, D-Pa.; Diana Lam, superintendent, Providence, R.I., public schools; and Deborah Wadsworth, president, Public Agenda. Location: National Press Club. TAX DAY RALLY _ Noon. Rep. Tom Davis, R-Va., joins representatives from groups including Americans for Tax Reform, the Heritage Foundation, Citizens for a Sound Economy, and others for a ''Tax Day Rally'' held in conjunction with dozens of rallies across the country for tax relief. Location: U.S. Capitol, House Triangle. TAX CUT RALLY _ 2 p.m. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce hosts President Bush at a National Tax Cut Rally to discuss what the Chamber calls his tax relief plan for working families and small businesses. The rally is carried live via satellite to local chambers of commerce around the country. Note: Camera crews need to be set up no later than 10:15 a.m. All other press must be in the building by 12:30 p.m. Location: U.S. Chamber Headquarters, 1615 H St. NW.

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EVENT: RALLY - AMERICANS FOR TAX REFORM

TIME: 12:00 noon SUBJECT: Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) hold a National Rally for Tax Relief. Rep. Thomas Davis, R-VA, Rep. Pete Sessions, R-TX, and representatives of ATR, Citizens for a Sound Economy, Citizens Against Government Waste, The Heritage Foundation, 60 Plus Association and the Small Business Survival Committee House Triangle, U.S.Capitol -- April 16, 2001 Chad Cowan, 202-785-0266

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ORGANIZATION: Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) - hold a National Rally for Tax Relief.
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ORGANIZATION: Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) - hold a National Rally for Tax Relief.

TIME: 12 noon LOCATION: House Triangle, U.S.Capitol CONTACT: Chad Cowan, 202-785-0266 PARTICIPANTS: Rep. Thomas Davis, R-VA, Rep. Pete Sessions, R-TX, and representatives of ATR, Citizens for a Sound Economy, Citizens Against Government Waste, The Heritage Foundation, 60 Plus Association and the Small Business Survival Committee TYPE: Rally PERSON: THOMAS M DAVIS (91%); PETE SESSIONS (67%); THOMAS DAVIS (67%);

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CSE’s Grassroots Campaign to Support the Bush Tax Cut
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Press Release

CSE’s Grassroots Campaign to Support the Bush Tax Cut

The economic agenda of the new Bush Administration has provided CSE’s grassroots army with energy, passion and focus. Many of the administration’s top priorities are the issues CSE has championed over our 16-year history. At the heart of the president’s plan is an across-the-board tax cut that slashes marginal rates and eliminates the death tax.

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