PETITIONS, ETC.
(House of Representatives - April 26, 2013)

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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:

       10. The SPEAKER presented a petition of the Conservation 
     Federation, Missouri, relative to a Resolution urging the 
     Congress to support appropriating the NAWCA Program; to the 
     Committee on Appropriations.
       11. Also, a petition of Union County Republican Party, 
     Georgia, relative to a Resolution urging the Congress to take 
     all necessary binding legislation to prohibit any 
     infringement of the rights of citizens to keep and bear arms; 
     to the Committee on Armed Services.
       12. Also, a petition of Union County Republican Party, 
     Georgia, relative to a Resolution urging the Georgia General 
     Assembly to amend the Laws of the Official Code of the State 
     of Georgia; to the Committee on Armed Services.
       13. Also, a petition of the City of Santa Fe, New Mexico, 
     relative to Resolution No. 2013-36 supporting the measure of 
     Congress to allow gay and lesbian partners to access 
     immigration benefits in an equal and fair manner; to the 
     Committee on the Judiciary.
       14. Also, a petition of the City of Naples, Florida, 
     relative to Resolution No. 13-13268 notifying the Congress 
     and the President that the City will lawfully use all of its 
     authority to resist or overturn any federal gun control 
     measures; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
       15. Also, a petition of the City of Bridgeport, 
     Connecticut, relative to Resolution No. 31-12 supporting 
     smart and strong gun legislation listed in the resolution; 
     jointly to the Committees on the Judiciary and Education and 
     the Workforce.

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