PETITIONS, ETC.; Congressional Record Vol. 166, No. 209
(House of Representatives - December 10, 2020)

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                            PETITIONS, ETC.

  Under clause 3 of rule XII,

       PT-158. The SPEAKER presented a petition of the Council of 
     the District of Columbia, Washington, D.C., relative to 
     Resolution 23-350, opposing implementation of the Department 
     of Homeland Security's public charge rule because of the 
     negative effect of the proposed rule will have on our 
     immigrant communities' access to vital services and cost-
     saving initiatives that keep families healthy and on a path 
     toward economic success; which was referred to the Committee 
     on Oversight and Reform.


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  December 10, 2020, on page H7149, the following appeared: PT-
158. The SPEAKER presented a petition of the Council of the 
District of Columbia, Washington, D.C., relative to Resolution 23-
350, opposing implementation of the Department of Homeland 
Security's public charge rule beaus of the negative effect of the 
proposed rule will have on our immigrant communities' access to 
vital services and costsaving initiatives that keep families 
healthy and on a path toward economic success; which was referred 
to the Committee on Oversight and Reform.
  
  The online version has been corrected to read: PT-158. The 
SPEAKER presented a petition of the Council of the District of 
Columbia, Washington, D.C., relative to Resolution 23-350, 
opposing implementation of the Department of Homeland Security's 
public charge rule because of the negative effect of the proposed 
rule will have on our immigrant communities' access to vital 
services and costsaving initiatives that keep families healthy and 
on a path toward economic success; which was referred to the 
Committee on Oversight and Reform.


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