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United States, in Senate, April 4, 1792.
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United States [Philadelphia] April 5th Gentlemen of the House of Representatives I have maturely considered the Act passed by the two Houses, intituled “An Act for an apportionment of Representatives among the several States according to the first enumeration;” and I return it to your House, wherein it originated, with the following. Miscellaneous bills: hearing before the Committee on Naval Affairs, United States Senate, Seventy-ninth Congress, second session, on S. , to authorize the Secretary of the Navy to transfer the name plate, Ship's Bell, and Silver Service of the U.S.S. "Nevada" to the state of Nevada; S, to provide for the delivery of custody of certain articles of historic interest .
(a) List.— (1) N OTICE REQUIREMENT.— (A) I N GENERAL.—Not fewer than days before relocating a call center outside of the United States, or contracting call center work overseas, an employer shall notify the Secretary of such relocation or contracting. (B) P ENALTY.—A person who violates subparagraph (A) shall be subject to a civil penalty not to exceed $10, for . Twelve Amendments proposed by Congress. Resolution of the First Congress Submitting Twelve Amendments to the Constitution March 4, THE Conventions of a number of the States, having at the time of their adopting the Constitution, expressed a desire, in order to prevent misconstruction or abuse of its powers, that further declaratory and restrictive clauses should .
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Congress. Senate. Journal // of the // Senate // of the // United States of America. Philadelphia: // Printed by John Fenno, // On November 4,an American Indian confederacy inflicted heavy casualties on United States troops led by Major General Arthur St. Clair. When the House requested documents from the War and State Departments to understand the cause of St.
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Byrd: Editor: Wendy Wolff: Publisher. fourth day of October,and ended on the ninth day of May, GEORGE WASHINGTON, President, JOHN ADAMS, Vice President of the United States, and President of the Senate, RICHARD HENRY LEE, President of the Senate pro tempore, JONATHAN TRUMBULL, Speaker of the House of Representatives.
STATUTE I. Nov. 8, When the U.S. Senate achieved its first quorum on April 6,one of the first items of business was selecting a "doorkeeper"—a person to guard the Senate's closed sessions from the prying eyes of the public and press.
The Senate elected James Mathers to the post on April 7,and the faithful doorkeeper served until his death in SENATE. a.m., Thursday, August 6. Senate Chamber. Program for Thursday: Senate will resume consideration of the nomination of John Peter Cronan, of New York, to be United States District Judge for the Southern District of New York, and vote on the motion to invoke cloture thereon at a.m.
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2 days ago On August 4,the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing on Venezuela. Appearing before the committee was U.S. State Department Special Representative Elliott Abrams.
Abrams, who has had a long—and controversial—career in the formation of U.S. foreign policy, was assaulted by almost all the members of the Senate committee. 4. On 28 Feb. the Senate resolved “That the further consideration of the treaty be postponed until the next session of Congress, and that, in the mean time, the President be requested to cause an explanation of the fourth article to be negotiated with the said Indians; reserving the pre-emptive right of the United States to the lands of the Indians, conformably with the idea suggested by .Annals of Congress - Browse by Volume; Volume 1: March 4, to Febru Volume December 3, to March 3, Volume 2: Febru to March 4, Volume November 4, to March 9, Volume 3: Octo to March 4, Volume March 9, to July 6, * Volume 4: December 2, to J Volume .During the session of the year it was expedient to exercise the legislative power granted by the Constitution of the United States "to lay and collect excises".
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