US HCR7 | 2009-2010 | 111th Congress

Status

Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Democrat 1-0)
Status: Introduced on January 7 2009 - 25% progression, died in committee
Action: 2009-01-07 - Referred to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.
Pending: House Foreign Affairs Committee
Text: Latest bill text (Introduced) [PDF]

Summary

Expresses the sense of House of Representatives (the Senate concurring) that: (1) the people of the United States should grieve for the loss of life that defined the Third Reich and celebrate the continued education efforts for tolerance and justice; (2) the United States reaffirms its commitment to the fight against intolerance and prejudice; (3) Congress urges the international community to honor those individuals of all races, creeds, and colors who were killed by the Nazis; and (4) the United States honors the primacy of government accountability, the rule of law, and the struggle for universal freedom and human rights.

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Title

Expressing the sense of Congress that the people of the United States should grieve for the loss of life that defined the Third Reich and celebrate the continued education efforts for tolerance and justice, reaffirming the commitment of the United States to the fight against intolerance and prejudice in any form, and honoring the legacy of transparent procedure, government accountability, the rule of law, the pursuit of justice, and the struggle for universal freedom and human rights.

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History

DateChamberAction
2009-01-07 Referred to the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.

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