H.R. 2215, Relating to the Martin Luther King, Jr., Federal Holiday Commission: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Census and Population of the Committee on Post Office and Civil Service, House of Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, First Session, September 17, 1991

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Page 2 - Without objection. [The prepared statement of Hon. Thomas J. Ridge follows:] PREPARED STATEMENT OF HON. THOMAS J. RIDGE, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Thank you Mr. Chairman. I...
Page 39 - If there is no further business to come before the subcommittee, we are now adjourned.
Page 17 - All men are interdependent. Every nation is an heir of a vast treasury of ideas and labor to which both the living and the dead of all nations have contributed. Whether we realize it or not, each of us lives eternally "in the red.
Page 38 - . . . shall serve as a time for Americans to reflect on the principles of racial equality and nonviolent social change espoused by Martin Luther King. Jr.
Page 38 - The 1989 legislation extending the Federal Holiday Commission prohibited the Commission from supporting training activities for the purpose of directing or encouraging the organization or implementation of campaigns to protest social conditions and any form of civil disobedience. The Commission has three very specific legislative mandates!
Page 36 - I am going to ask unanimous consent to insert into the record at this point the provision of Minnesota law that was supplied by Mr.
Page 11 - I revest that it be entered into the record. In the interest of time, I will...
Page 2 - United States. US territories, overseas installations, diplomatic communities in the United States, and those governments requesting technical assistance and guidance. 3. Provide advice and assistance to Federal. State and local governments and private organizations with respect to the observance of the Holiday. In the context of those charges and prohibitions.
Page 1 - HR 2215, a bill to amend the Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commission Extension Act.

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