Roger Mercado, chairman of the House Committee on Constitutional Amendments, said the plenary deliberations on House Concurrent Resolution
Rand Paul said Senate Concurrent Resolution
3 could increase the federal budget deficit by $9.
The House has already passed a concurrent resolution
, constituting Congress into a Constituent assembly but senators insisted that the two chambers should tackle and vote separately on the issue.
During its final session day before the holiday recess last December 13, the House of Representatives began the plenary debates on the convening of the 17th Congress as a Constituent Assembly or Con-Ass under House Concurrent Resolution
President, distinguished colleagues: It is my honor to sponsor Senate Concurrent Resolution
The new version of the bill, Senate Concurrent Resolution
44, adopted Friday by the Senate Human Services Committee, asks the state insurance commissioner to form a task force to look into the feasibility of using life settlements, viatical settlements and accelerated life insurance policy death benefits to pay for LTC services.
The House Concurrent Resolution
in the US House of Representatives was co-sponsored by Representatives Louie Gohmert and Steve King.
After 60 days of continuous session, the export would go through unless Congress were to adopt a concurrent resolution
Tom Tancredo, meanwhile, has introduced House Concurrent Resolution
37, expressing "the sense of Congress that the President should swiftly and unconditionally pardon Agents Ramos and Compean.
Assembly Concurrent Resolution
119, which provides for the naming of the highway, and Assembly Concurrent Resolution
120, which authorizes the privately funded monument and plaque, were approved on unanimous votes by the committee.
The Academic Senate in California began in 1963, with the adoption of an Assembly Concurrent Resolution
that required the State Board of Education to establish academic senates for the purposes of representing faculty in the formation of policy on academic and professional matters.