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H. Res. 134
In the House of Representatives, U.S.,
March 25, 2003.
SECTION 1. ELECTION OF MEMBERS TO JOINT COMMITTEE ON PRINTING AND JOINT
COMMITTEE OF CONGRESS ON THE LIBRARY.
(a) Joint Committee on Printing.--The following Members are hereby elected
to the Joint Committee on Printing, to serve with the chair of the Committee on
(1) Mr. Doolittle.
(2) Mr. Linder.
(3) Mr. Larson of Connecticut.
(4) Mr. Brady of Pennsylvania.
(b) Joint Committee of Congress on the Library.--The following Members are
hereby elected to the Joint Committee of Congress on the Library, to serve with
the chair of the Committee on House Administration and the chair of the
Subcommittee on the Legislative Branch of the Committee on Appropriations:
(1) Mr. Ehlers.
(2) Mr. Larson of Connecticut.
(3) Ms. Millender-McDonald.
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