Here are some major accomplishments of the 102nd Congress:
* CIVIL RIGHTS: Made it easier for minorities and women to win discrimination suits against employers, and established punitive damages for intentional discrimination based on sex, age or disability.
* CABLE TELEVISION: Re-regulated cable TV rates and services.
* HIGHER EDUCATION: Expanded eligibility for government grants and loans to students from middle-income families.
* DEFENSE TRANSITION: Began rechanneling some money devoted to defense to help retrain hundreds of thousands of military and defense plant workers losing their jobs with the end of the Cold War.
* JOBLESS BENEFITS: Twice extended emergency unemployment benefits for people losing their jobs because of the recession.
* TRANSPORTATION: Authorized $155 billion over five years to upgrade highways, mass transit systems and bridges.
* NUCLEAR ARMS: Ratified the first treaty actually reducing the number of U.S. and formerly Soviet strategic nuclear weapons. Also ordered a moratorium on and eventual end to atomic weapon testing.
* FOREIGN POLICY: Approved a $417 million aid package for Russia and other former Soviet republics.
STILL PENDING: * ENERGY: Senate was scheduled to act today on a House-passed bill to revamp energy policy with new focus on conservation and making it easier to build nuclear plants. President Bush is expected to sign it.
* TAXES: The Senate also was expected to act today on a $27 billion bill that would expand Individual Retirement Accounts; end luxury taxes on expensive yachts, furs, jewels and planes; relax rules designed to stimulate real estate sales; and create inner-city "enterprise zones." Mr. Bush is expected to veto it.