MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE; Congressional Record Vol. 165, No. 206
(House of Representatives - December 19, 2019)

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                        MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE

  A message from the Senate by Ms. Byrd, one of its clerks, announced 
that the Senate has passed without amendment bills of the House of the 
following titles:

       H.R. 777. An Act to reauthorize programs authorized under 
     the Debbie Smith Act of 2004.
       H.R. 3196. An Act to designate the Large Synoptic Survey 
     Telescope as the ``Vera C. Rubin Observatory''.

  The message also announced that the Senate has passed bills of the 
following titles in which the concurrence of the House is requested:

       S. 153. An Act to promote veteran involvement in STEM 
     education, computer science, and scientific research, and for 
     other purposes.
       S. 2774. An Act to direct the Attorney General to establish 
     and carry out a Veteran Treatment Court Program.
       S. 3105. An Act to designate the facility of the United 
     States Postal Service located at

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     456 North Meridian Street in Indianapolis, Indiana, as the 
     ``Richard G. Lugar Post Office''.

  The message also announced that the Senate has agreed to a concurrent 
resolution of the following title in which the concurrence of the House 
is requested:

       S. Con. Res. 31. Concurrent resolution recognizing the 
     importance and significance of the 2020 Census and 
     encouraging individuals, families, and households across the 
     United States to participate in the 2020 Census to ensure a 
     complete and accurate count.

  The message also announced that pursuant to Public Law 105-292, as 
amended by Public Law 106-55, Public Law 107-228, and Public Law 112-
75, the Chair, on behalf of the President pro tempore, upon the 
recommendation of the Democratic Leader, appoints the following 
individual to the United States Commission on International Religious 
Freedom:
  Rabbi Sharon A. Kleinbaum of New York vice Ahmed M. Khawaja of 
California.

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