Summary: H.Res.102 — 104th Congress (1995-1996)All Information (Except Text)

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Introduced in House (03/01/1995)

Transfers entities and functions under the Chief Administrative Officer of the House of Representatives (including the House Barber and Beauty Shops and Information Systems) and those of the Architect of the Capitol (with respect to the House) to private sector providers by the end of the 104th Congress.

Amends rule VII of the Rules of the House to require a visiting chaplain designated by a Member chosen by the Speaker of the House, on a rotating basis, to attend the commencement of each day's sitting of the House and open the same with prayer. (Currently, such duty is assigned to the chaplain.)