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H.Con.Res. 158 (ih) Recognizing the city of Ann Arbor, Michigan, and its residents for their dedication to building a community that respects ecological integrity, promotes social well-being, and creates economic vitality. [Introduced in House] %%Filename...

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H. CON. RES. 157

    Expressing the sense of Congress supporting education to reduce 
                          childhood injuries.



                             April 29, 2003

 Mr. Rogers of Michigan submitted the following concurrent resolution; 
       which was referred to the Committee on Energy and Commerce


                         CONCURRENT RESOLUTION

    Expressing the sense of Congress supporting education to reduce 
                          childhood injuries.

Whereas unintentional injury remains the number one cause of death of children 
        between 1 and 14 years of age;
Whereas each year, nearly 6,000 children under the age of 15 are killed as a 
        result of unintentional injuries;
Whereas more than 16 percent of all hospitalizations for unintentional injuries 
        among children result in permanent disability;
Whereas by uniting public, private, and voluntary organizations, the number of 
        preventable childhood injuries in the United States can be lessened 
        through community awareness, education, and public policy, and by 
        promoting childhood injury prevention by uniting diverse groups into 
        State and local coalitions;
Whereas developing innovative educational tools and strategies, initiating 
        public policy changes, promoting new technology, and raising awareness 
        about many risk areas will help protect children from unintentional 
        injuries; and
Whereas National SAFE KIDS Week 2003 includes life-saving public service 
        announcements and information that will be distributed through schools, 
        community groups, neighborhood organizations, retail outlets, and by 
        community and civic leaders: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), 
That Congress calls upon all United States citizens to support the 
efforts and activities to prevent unintentional childhood injuries.

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