SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 86--DIRECTING THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL TO ESTABLISH A TEMPORARY EXHIBIT IN THE ROTUNDA OF THE CAPITOL TO HONOR THE MEMORY OF THE MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED...; Congressional Record Vol. 152, No. 42
(Senate - April 05, 2006)

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SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 86--DIRECTING THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL 
TO ESTABLISH A TEMPORARY EXHIBIT IN THE ROTUNDA OF THE CAPITOL TO HONOR 
 THE MEMORY OF THE MEMBERS OF THE UNITED STATES ARMED FORCES WHO HAVE 
LOST THEIR LIVES IN OPERATION AND IRAQI FREEDOM AND OPERATION ENDURING 
                                FREEDOM

  Mr. LAUTENBERG (for himself, Mrs. Clinton, Mr. Bingaman, Mr. Kerry, 
Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Johnson, Mrs. Boxer, Mr. Menendez, Ms. Landrieu, and 
Mrs. Feinstein) submitted the following concurrent resolution; which 
was referred to the Committee on Rules and Administration:

                            S. Con. Res. 86

       Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives 
     concurring),

     SECTION 1. EXHIBIT IN ROTUNDA OF THE CAPITOL IN HONOR OF 
                   MEMBERS OF ARMED FORCES KILLED IN IRAQ AND 
                   AFGHANISTAN.

       (a) Establishment of Temporary Exhibit.--During the period 
     beginning on May 29, 2006, and ending on July 4, 2006, the 
     Architect of the Capitol shall display in the rotunda of the 
     Capitol an exhibit to honor the memory of the members of the 
     United States Armed Forces who have lost their lives in--
       (1) Operation Iraqi Freedom; and
       (2) Operation Enduring Freedom.
       (b) Form of Exhibit.--The exhibit displayed under this 
     section shall be in such form and contain such material as 
     the Architect may select, so long as--
       (1) the exhibit displays the name, photograph, and 
     biographical information with respect to each individual 
     member of the United States Armed Forces who has lost his or 
     her life in the Operations referred to in subsection (a); and
       (2) the exhibit provides--
       (A) an opportunity for visitors to write messages of 
     support and sympathy to the families of the individuals 
     represented in the exhibit; and
       (B) a means to ensure that those messages are transmitted 
     to the families.

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