[Congressional Record: July 16, 2001 (Extensions)]
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SENATE COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Title IV of Senate Resolution 4, agreed to by the Senate on February
4, 1977, calls for establishment of a system for a computerized
schedule of all meetings and hearings of Senate committees,
subcommittees, joint committees, and committees of conference. This
title requires all such committees to notify the Office of the Senate
Daily Digest--designated by the Rules Committee--of the time, place,
and purpose of the meetings, when scheduled, and any cancellations or
changes in the meetings as they occur.
As an additional procedure along with the computerization of this
information, the Office of the Senate Daily Digest will prepare this
information for printing in the Extensions of Remarks section of the
Congressional Record on Monday and Wednesday of each week.
Meetings scheduled for Tuesday, July 17, 2001 may be found in the
Daily Digest of today's Record.
Business meeting to consider the nomination of Ralph F.
Boyd, Jr., of Massachusetts, to be Assistant Attorney
General, Civil Rights Division, and the nomination of
Robert D. McCallum, Jr., of Georgia, to be Assistant
Attorney General, Civil Division, both of the
Department of Justice; S. 407, to amend the Trademark
Act of 1946 to provide for the registration and
protection of trademarks used in commerce, in order to
carry out provisions of certain international
conventions; S. 778, to expand the class of
beneficiaries who may apply for adjustment of status
under section 245(i) of the Immigration and Nationality
Act by extending the deadline for classification
petition and labor certification filings; S. 754, to
enhance competition for prescription drugs by
increasing the ability of the Department of Justice and
Federal Trade Commission to enforce existing antitrust
laws regarding brand name drugs and generic drugs; S.
Res. 16, designating August 16, 2001, as ``National
Airborne Day''; and S. Con. Res. 16, expressing the
sense of Congress that the George Washington letter to
Touro Synagogue in Newport, Rhode Island, which is on
display at the B'nai B'rith Klutznick National Jewish
Museum in Washington, D.C., is one of the most
significant early statements buttressing the nascent
American constitutional guarantee of religious freedom.
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