PETITIONS, ETC.
(House of Representatives - September 28, 2008)

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                            PETITIONS, ETC.

  Under clause 3 of rule XII, petitions and papers were laid on the 
clerk's desk and referred as follows:

       310. The SPEAKER presented a petition of Bonner County 
     Republican Central Committee, relative to a resolution to 
     call for immediate action to abolish the Federal Reserve; to 
     the Committee on Financial Services.
       311. Also, a petition of City Council of the City of 
     Bridgeport, relative to Joint resolution #150-07 in support 
     of the creation of a national affordable housing trust fund; 
     to the Committee on Financial Services.
       312. Also, a petition of the Honorable Ron Paul, relative 
     to a petition for redress of grievances relating to the 
     Federal Reserve System; to the Committee on Financial 
     Services.
       313. Also, a petition of the Honorable Ron Paul, relative 
     to a petition for redress of grievances regarding the North 
     American Union; to the Committee on Foreign Affairs.
       314. Also, a petition of the Honorable Ron Paul, relative 
     to a petition for redress of grievances relating to the 
     application of the armed forces of the United States in 
     hostilities in Iraq without a Congressional Declaration of 
     War; to the Committee on Foreign Affairs.
       315. Also, a petition of The Evergreen Democratic Club, 
     relative to a resolution expressing distress by the length of 
     the present presidential campaign, particularly the primary, 
     and the necessity of the candidates having to look for 
     sources of money outside the government to support it; to the 
     Committee on House Administration.
       316. Also, a petition of Santa Cruz City Council, relative 
     to Resolution No. NS-27, 873 Calling for the Preservation of 
     the Outer Continental Shelf Moratorium on Oil Drilling; to 
     the Committee on Natural Resources.
       317. Also, a petition of Alliance for the Development of 
     Ceiba, relative to a certified resolution calling for the 
     authorization to transfer all property and all other 
     installations pertaining to the former NSRR, to the 
     municipalities of Ceiba and Naguabo; to the Committee on 
     Natural Resources.
       318. Also, a petition of Great Lakes and St. Lawrence 
     Cities Initiative, relative to Resolution 4 -- 2008M The 
     Great Lakes -- St. Lawrence River Basin Water Resources 
     Compact and the Great Lakes -- St. Lawrence River Basin 
     Sustainable Water Resources Agreement; to the Committee on 
     the Judiciary.
       319. Also, a petition of the City of North Miami Beach, 
     relative to Resolution No. R2008-27 urging President Bush to 
     grant temporary protective status to Haitians in the United 
     States; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
       320. Also, a petition of the Honorable Ron Paul, relative 
     to a petition for redress of grievances regarding the failure 
     of the President to enforce the immigration laws; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
       321. Also, a petition of the Honorable Ron Paul, relative 
     to a petition for redress of grievances regarding the 
     government's infringement upon the right of the people to 
     keep and bear arms; to the Committee on the Judiciary.

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       322. Also, a petition of the Honorable Ron Paul, relative 
     to a petition for redress of grievances relating to the ``War 
     on Terrorism''; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
       323. Also, a petition of the Honorable Ron Paul, relative 
     to a petition for redress of grievances relating to the 
     federal income tax; to the Committee on Ways and Means.
       324. Also, a petition of Essex County Board of Supervisors, 
     relative to Resolution No. 239 in support of Senator 
     Schumer's bill to double the heap benefit, and to urge the 
     federal government to tap the oil reserves; jointly to the 
     Committees on Energy and Commerce and Education and Labor.
       325. Also, a petition of Amarillo Chamber of Commerce, 
     relative to a resolution in support of congressional 
     legislation favorable to increasing the domestic supply of 
     energy; jointly to the Committees on Natural Resources and 
     Energy and Commerce.