Congressional Action: London Sympathies

The Senate, returning from recess, approved on July 11 S. Res. 193, a resolution introduced by Majority Leader Bill Frist expressing sympathy for the people of Great Britain following the terrorist attacks of July 7, 2005. The resolution was sponsored/co-sponsored by every member of the Senate.

Note: “Congressional Action” is a new education feature of this blog. It will highlight an an official activity undertaken by or in Congress, very often chosen at random, for the simple purpose of providing an educational snapshot of our Congress at work.

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