It was decided that the four congressional offices would propose passage of a concurrent resolution
recognizing the Commission and honoring the 350th anniversary.
The report was referenced in a concurrent resolution
introduced in the House of Representatives in September 1999 that urged the President to seek a global consensus to a ban on tariffs and some forms of taxation on e-commerce and the Internet.
Other sections limited any presidential commitment of troops to 30 days, unless Congress authorized or ended such action by concurrent resolution
Brown drafted a similar amendment that was included in the concurrent resolution
on the budget for fiscal year 1996.
This tribute, which is referred to as Senate Concurrent Resolution
On April 12, 2012, following the lead of its 10 Cities and 2 Counties, the California legislature, passed a Concurrent Resolution
establishing California as the first Purple Heart State in the nation, and on Monday, April 16th, California Secretary of State Debra Bowen signed the legislation into law.
Last year, recognizing that one in seven women will suffer from a maternal mental health disorder like postpartum depression, and the serious implications of untreated maternal mental health disorders for mothers, children, families and society more generally, Assembly member Bonnie Lowenthal, then Chair of the California Legislative Women's Caucus introduced Assembly Concurrent Resolution
Now in their second special session of the year, House lawmakers are expected to take up House Concurrent Resolution
3, from state Rep.
Representatives Steve King and Representative Louie Gohmert, who were co-sponsors of Rohrabacher's house concurrent resolution
on the right of self-determination for Baloch, accompanied him at the press conference, where he made the statement, The Express Tribune reports.
The bill, House Concurrent Resolution
14, now goes to the Senate for a vote.
On economic development issues, business groups are watching House Concurrent Resolution
3, urging increased consideration and preservation of local authority in international trade and investment agreements as well as House Resolution 6, condemning the taking of a private business by a foreign government and HB 353, relative to workforce housing.
Oklahoma's sovereignty initiative was strongly opposed by Governor Brad Henry, whose veto forced legislators to settle for a nonbinding concurrent resolution
instead of one that would have had the force of law.