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Full Committee Markup on: H. J. Res 102, H. Res. 737, H. Res. 752, H.R. 2440, H.R. 3176, H.R. 3283, H.R. 3391, H.R. 4593, H.R. 4650, H.R. 4683, H.R. 4887, H.R. 4908, H.R 5016, H.R. 5083, H.R. 5104, S. 347
Wednesday, September 22, 2004

washington, D.C.



H. J. Res 102, 60th Anniversary of Palau Liberation.
H. Res. 737, Recognizing the 60th liberation of Guam during WWII.
H. Res. 752, Expressing continued support for the construction of the Victims of Communism 
Memorial.
H.R. 2440, Indian Health Care Improvement Act.
H.R. 3176, To designate the Ojito Wilderness Study Area as wilderness, to take certain land into 
trust for the Pueblo of Zia, and for other purposes.
H.R. 3283, To improve recreational facilities and visitor opportunities on Federal recreational lands 
by reinvesting receipts from fair and consistent recreational fees and passes
H.R. 3391, To authorize the Secretary of the Interior to convey certain lands and facilities of the 
Provo River Project.
H.R. 4593, Lincoln County Conservation, Recreation, and Development Act. 
H.R. 4650, To amend the Act entitled "An Act to provide for the construction of the Cheney division,
Witchita Federal reclamation project, Kansas, and for other purposes" to authorize the Equus Beds
Division of the Wichita Project.
H.R. 4683, Gullah/Geechee Cultural Heritage Act.
H.R. 4887, Cumberland Island Wilderness Boundary Adjustment Act.
H.R. 4908, Pechanga Band of Luiseno Mission Indians Land Transfer Act.
H.R 5016, To extend the water service contract for the Ainsworth Unit, Sandhills Division, Pick-
Sloan Missouri Basin Program, Nebraska
H.R. 5083, Wild Sky Wilderness.
H.R. 5104, To amend the Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972.
S. 347, Rim of the Valley Corridor Study Act.cretary of Agriculture and the Secretary of the Interior.

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