EXECUTIVE CALENDAR--Continued; Congressional Record Vol. 166, No. 166
(Senate - September 24, 2020)

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                     EXECUTIVE CALENDAR--Continued

  The PRESIDING OFFICER. The Senator from Texas.
  Mr. CORNYN. Madam President, I just want to say how much I appreciate 
the resolution of the Senator from Indiana. It reminds me of 
discussions I know all of us have had about the teaching of American 
history and civics in our schools and, frankly, a collective concern 
that our children are being raised and educated without learning both 
about our founding principles and how unique we are as a nation. I 
think, as modest a step as this may seem, it is an important one, and I 
congratulate our friend from Indiana for taking it.