MEMORIALS; Congressional Record Vol. 164, No. 132
(House of Representatives - August 07, 2018)

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                               MEMORIALS

  Under clause 3 of rule XII, memorials were presented and referred as 
follows:

       241. The SPEAKER presented a memorial of the House of 
     Representatives of the State of Louisiana, relative to House 
     Concurrent Resolution No. 96, memorializing Congress to take 
     such actions as are necessary to ensure that Tricare 
     adequately covers behavioral therapies for military 
     dependents; which was referred to the Committee on Armed 
     Services.
       242. Also, a memorial of the Legislature of the State of 
     Utah, relative to House Concurrent Resolution 7, encouraging 
     responsible stewardship of natural resources and reduction of 
     emissions through incentives and support of the growth in 
     technologies and services that will enlarge the economy; 
     which was referred to the Committee on Energy and Commerce.
       243. Also, a memorial of the Legislature of the State of 
     Utah, relative to Senate Concurrent Resolution 9, encouraging 
     the exploring of Utah and Salt Lake City hosting a future 
     Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games; which was referred to 
     the Committee on Foreign Affairs.
       244. Also, a memorial of the Legislature of the State of 
     Utah, relative to House Concurrent Resolution 12, urging 
     Congress to assure a complete and accurate 2020 Census; which 
     was referred to the Committee on Oversight and Government 
     Reform.
       245. Also, a memorial of the Legislature of the State of 
     Utah, relative to House Concurrent Resolution 14, recognizing 
     Utah's robust economic growth and urbanization; which was 
     referred to the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
       246. Also, a memorial of the Legislature of the State of 
     Utah, relative to House Concurrent Resolution 22, honoring 
     the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School 
     tragedy by designating the month of April 2018 as 
     #MSDkindness month; which was referred to the Committee on 
     Oversight and Government Reform.
       247. Also, a memorial of the Legislature of the State of 
     Utah, relative to Senate Concurrent Resolution 13, honoring 
     Senator Orrin G. Hatch for his service to the state of Utah; 
     which was referred to the Committee on Oversight and 
     Government Reform.
       248. Also, a memorial of the Legislature of the State of 
     Utah, relative to House Joint Resolution 1, encouraging 
     Congress to pursue legislation exempting Utah from the 
     Antiquities Act; which was referred to the Committee on 
     Natural Resources.
       249. Also, a memorial of the Legislature of the State of 
     Utah, relative to Senate Concurrent Resolution 8, supporting 
     the United States House of Representatives bill H.R. 4558, 
     introduced to create a new national park and three national 
     monuments; which was referred to the Committee on Natural 
     Resources.
       250. Also, a memorial of the House of Representatives of 
     the State of Louisiana, relative to House Resolution No. 219, 
     urging Congress to adopt and enact the legislation to be 
     proposed in the 115th Congress, Second Session, that would 
     establish the Caddo Lake National Heritage Area; which was 
     referred to the Committee on Natural Resources.

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       251. Also, a memorial of the Legislature of the State of 
     Utah, relative to House Concurrent Resolution 2, urging the 
     Congress of the United States to propose an amendment to the 
     United States Constitution, for submission to the states for 
     ratification, to provide that the legislature of any state 
     may empower the executive of the state to make temporary 
     appointments to fill a vacancy in the United States House of 
     Representatives for that state until the people fill the 
     vacancy by election as the legislature may direct; which was 
     referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.
       252. Also, a memorial of the Legislature of the State of 
     Utah, relative to House Concurrent Resolution 8, recognizing 
     the unique and important relationship between the state of 
     Utah and Canada and between the United States and Canada; 
     which was referred jointly to the Committees on Foreign 
     Affairs and Ways and Means.
       253. Also, a memorial of the Legislature of the State of 
     Utah, relative to House Concurrent Resolution 19, urging the 
     President of the United States, the United States Congress, 
     and Utah's congressional delegation to propose and secure the 
     passage of legislation that requires PILT payments to be a 
     fair and steady source of revenue that would otherwise be 
     generated but for the federal control of Utah lands; which 
     was referred jointly to the Committees on Natural Resources 
     and Agriculture.
       254. Also, a memorial of the Legislature of the State of 
     Utah, relative to House Joint Resolution 2, encouraging the 
     Federal Government to consider moving the headquarters for 
     the Department of the Interior and the U.S. Forest Service to 
     Utah; which was referred jointly to the Committees on Natural 
     Resources and Agriculture.

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