100th to 109th Congresses (1987–2007)

Sunday sessions are marked in bold.

Congress and Year1st Session2nd session 3rd Session*
100th (1987-1989) October 31, 1987   
 December 20, 1987  
101st (1989-1991)November 19, 1989September 30, 1990 
  October 6, 1990 
  October 7, 1990 
   October 13, 1990  
   October 20, 1990  
  October 21, 1990 
   October 27, 1990  
102nd (1991-1993) January 12, 1991 October 3, 1992  
  November 23, 1991 October 4, 1992 
103rd (1993-1995) November 20, 1993 August 20, 1994  
 November 21, 1993August 21, 1994 
104th (1995-1997) November 18, 1995 September 28, 1996  
105th (1997-1999)June 7, 1997 September 26, 1998  
  June 21, 1997 October 10, 1998  
  November 8, 1997 October 11, 1998 
 November 9, 1997December 19, 1998  
106th (1999-2001)  October 28, 2000  
  October 29, 2000 
107th (2001-2003) January 6, 2001   
  January 20, 2001   
108th (2003-2005) April 12, 2003 October 9, 2004  
   November 20, 2004  
109th (2005-2007)March 20, 2005  
  December 17, 2005   
 December 18, 2005  

Footnotes

*Congressional leaders discontinued the use of third sessions by the end of the 1930s. The ratification of the 20th Amendment in 1933, provided for Congress to assemble on or about the third day of January rather than the traditional March start date. Third sessions, which generally had run from December to March, no longer were necessary.