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From the Congressional Record, Volume 143 (1997)


[History of Bills, Volume 143 (1997)]
[From the U.S. Government Publishing Office, www.gpo.gov]


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H.J. Res. 26--Joint resolution proposing an amendment to the 
    Constitution of the United States to provide that no person born 
    in the United States will be a U.S. citizen unless a parent is a 
    U.S. citizen, is lawfully in the United States, or has a lawful 
    immigration status at the time of the birth; to the Committee on 
    the Judiciary.


By Mr. FOLEY (for himself, Mr. Rohrabacher, Mr. Royce, Mr. Doolittle, 
Mr. Young of Alaska, Mrs. Chenoweth, Mr. McKeon, Mr. Calvert, Mr. 
Klug, Mr. Baker, and Mr. Metcalf), H155 [9JA]

  Cosponsors added, H525 [12FE], H805 [6MR], H890 [11MR], H1392 [9AP], 
  H1441 [10AP], H1707 [17AP], H2351 [7MY], H4222 [23JN], H5022 [9JY], 
  H6919 [4SE], H8634 [7OC]



From the Congressional Record, Volume 144 (1998)


[History of Bills, Volume 144 (1998)]
[From the U.S. Government Publishing Office, www.gpo.gov]


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H.J. Res. 26--Joint resolution proposing an amendment to the 
    Constitution of the United States to provide that no person born 
    in the United States will be a U.S. citizen unless a parent is a 
    U.S. citizen, is lawfully in the United States, or has a lawful 
    immigration status at the time of the birth; to the Committee on 
    the Judiciary.
  Cosponsors added, H2120 [21AP]