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Agreed to Senate (12/20/2001)

 
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[S. Res. 83 Agreed to Senate (ATS)]







107th CONGRESS
  1st Session
S. RES. 83

   Referring S. 846 entitled ``A bill for the relief of J.L. Simmons 
   Company, Inc., of Champaign, Illinois'' to the chief judge of the 
      United States Court of Federal Claims for a report thereon.


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                   IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

                              May 8, 2001

 Mr. Durbin submitted the following resolution; which was referred to 
                     the Committee on the Judiciary

            December 20 (legislative day, December 18), 2001

             Committee discharged; considered and agreed to

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                               RESOLUTION


 
   Referring S. 846 entitled ``A bill for the relief of J.L. Simmons 
   Company, Inc., of Champaign, Illinois'' to the chief judge of the 
      United States Court of Federal Claims for a report thereon.

    Resolved, 

SECTION 1. REFERRAL.

    S. 846 entitled ``A bill for the relief of J.L. Simmons Company, 
Inc., of Champaign, Illinois'', now pending in the Senate, together 
with all the accompanying papers, is referred to the chief judge of the 
United States Court of Federal Claims.

SEC. 2. PROCEEDING AND REPORT.

    The chief judge shall--
            (1) proceed according to the provisions of sections 1492 
        and 2509 of title 28, United States Code, notwithstanding the 
        bar of any statute of limitations, laches, or bar of sovereign 
        immunity; and
            (2) report back to the Senate, at the earliest practicable 
        date, providing--
                    (A) such findings of fact and conclusions as are 
                sufficient to inform Congress of the nature, extent, 
                and character of the claim for compensation referred to 
                in such bill as a legal or equitable claim against the 
                United States, or a gratuity; and
                    (B) the amount, if any, legally or equitably due 
                from the United States to J.L. Simmons Company, Inc., 
                of Champaign, Illinois.
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