SUBMISSION OF CONCURRENT AND SENATE RESOLUTIONS
(Senate - May 23, 2013)

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            SUBMISSION OF CONCURRENT AND SENATE RESOLUTIONS

  The following concurrent resolutions and Senate resolutions were 
read, and referred (or acted upon), as indicated:

           By Mr. TOOMEY:
       S. Res. 153. A resolution recognizing the 200th anniversary 
     of the Battle of Lake Erie; to the Committee on the 
     Judiciary.
           By Mr. HOEVEN (for himself and Mr. Blumenthal):
       S. Res. 154. A resolution supporting political reform in 
     Iran and for other purposes; to the Committee on Foreign 
     Relations.
           By Mr. CASEY:
       S. Res. 155. A resolution recognizing the City of Erie, 
     Pennsylvania, for its critical role in the development and 
     construction of the fleet of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry 
     during the War of 1812; to the Committee on the Judiciary.
           By Mr. WARNER:
       S. Res. 156. A resolution expressing the sense of the 
     Senate on the 10-year anniversary of NATO Allied Command 
     Transformation; to the Committee on Foreign Relations.
           By Ms. KLOBUCHAR (for herself, Mr. Johnson of South 
             Dakota, Mrs. Fischer, Mr. Sanders, Mr. Leahy, Mr. 
             Merkley, Mrs. Boxer, Mr. Pryor, Mr. Grassley, Mr. 
             Boozman, Mr. Enzi, Ms. Baldwin, and Mr. Thune):

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       S. Res. 157. A resolution expressing the sense of the 
     Senate that telephone service must be improved in rural areas 
     of the United States and that no entity may unreasonably 
     discriminate against telephone users in those areas; to the 
     Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation.
           By Mr. REID (for himself and Mr. McConnell):
       S. Res. 158. A resolution to authorize the production of 
     records by the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of 
     the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs; 
     considered and agreed to.
           By Mr. REID (for himself and Mr. McConnell):
       S. Con. Res. 17. A concurrent resolution providing for a 
     conditional adjournment or recess of the Senate and an 
     adjournment of the House of Representatives; considered and 
     agreed to.

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