U.S. Commission of Fine Arts gives final approval to the site.
National Capital Memorial Commission approves the site over I-395 on behalf of the Secretary of the Interior.
Washington D.C. Department of Transportation writes in general support of the site over I-395.
The Foundation submits a Site Selection Report analyzing six potential locations for Memorial and recommends the proposed site over I-395.
President Clinton signs Public Law 106-348, establishing the Memorial.
Legislation passes in the U.S. Senate.
U.S. House of Representatives legislation passes.
The House subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands holds a hearing on H.R. 1509.
The subcommittee on Senate Energy and Natural Resources Subcommittee on National Parks, Historic Preservation and Recreation holds a hearing on the merits of S.311.
National Capital Memorial Commission again reviews S.311 pursuant to the Commemorative Works Act.