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Ms. ROS-LEHTINEN. Mr. Chairman, I would like to vote no.
Ms. RUSH. Ms. Ros-Lehtinen votes no.

Mr. ROHRABACHER. Mr. Chairman, how am I recorded?

Ms. RUSH. You are not recorded.

Mr. ROHRABACHER. I would like to vote no.

Ms. RUSH. Mr. Rohrabacher votes no.

Chairman HYDE. Mr. Royce.

Mr. ROYCE. No.

Ms. RUSH. Mr. Royce votes no.
Chairman HYDE. Mr. Leach.
Mr. LEACH. No.

Ms. RUSH. Mr. Leach votes no.

Chairman HYDE. Mr. Ballenger.
Mr. BALLENGER. No.

Ms. RUSH. Mr. Ballenger votes no.

Chairman HYDE. The clerk will report.

The CLERK. Mr. Chairman, on this vote there are 16 ayes and 26 noes.

Chairman HYDE. And the amendment is not agreed to.

Mr. BROWN. Mr. Chairman, I have an amendment at the desk, Mr. Chairman.

Chairman HYDE. The clerk will report the Brown amendment. [The information referred to follows:]

AMENDMENT TO H. J. RES. 114

OFFERED BY MR. BROWN OF OHIO

II.L.C.

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Page 8, after line 20, insert the following:

(c) ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT.-Prior to using 2 United States Armed Forces against Iraq pursuant to the 3 authority granted in subsection (a), the President shall 4 transmit to Congress a report, in classified or unclassified 5 form as necessary, that addresses the domestic and for6 eign policy implications of military action against Iraq. 7 Such report shall include, at a minimum, the following: (1) An estimate of the costs associated with military action against Iraq and reconstruction of Iraq, including a proposal that describes how the

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United States will pay such costs.

(2) An analysis of the impact on the United States economy of the use of resources for military

action against Iraq and reconstruction of Iraq.

(3) A comprehensive plan for United States fi

nancial and political commitment to long-term cultural, economic, and political stabilization in a free

Iraq.

(4) A comprehensive statement that details the

nature and extent of the international support for

military action against Iraq, and the effects, if any,

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H.L.C.

1 military action against Iraq will have on the broader

Middle East.

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war on terrorism, including, but not limited to, the

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effect on the support of United States allies in the

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(5) A comprehensive analysis of the effect on the stability of Iraq and the region of any "regime change" in Iraq that may occur as the result of United States military action, including, but not lim

ited to, the effect on the national aspirations of the

Kurds, Turkey and it's continued support for United

States policy in the region, the economic and polit

ical impact on Jordan and the stability of the Jor

danian Monarchy, and the economic and political stability of Saudi Arabia.

Page 8, line 21, strike "(c)" and insert "(d)”.

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