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106th CONGRESS 1st Session S. CON. RES. 15 Honoring Morris King Udall, former United States Representative from Arizona, and extending the condolences of the Congress on his death. _______________________________________________________________________ IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES March 4, 1999 Mr. McCain (for himself, Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Kyl, Mr. Feingold, Mr. Hagel, Mr. Leahy, Mr. Smith of Oregon, Mr. Lautenberg, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Inouye, Ms. Snowe, Mr. Levin, Mr. Stevens, Mr. Sarbanes, Mr. Specter, Mr. Dodd, Mr. Domenici, Mr. Dorgan, Mr. DeWine, Mr. Kohl, Mr. Cochran, Mr. Bingaman, Mr. Allard, Mrs. Boxer, Mr. Bennett, Mr. Kerrey, Mr. Craig, Mr. Reid, Mr. Wellstone, Mr. Moynihan, Mr. Akaka, Mr. Daschle, Mr. Kerry, Mr. Lieberman, Mr. Baucus, Mr. Durbin, Mr. Rockefeller, Mr. Harkin, Mr. Schumer, Mrs. Feinstein, Mr. Wyden, Mr. Byrd, Mr. Hollings, Mrs. Murray, Mr. Toricelli, and Mr. Grams) submitted the following concurrent resolution; which was considered and agreed to _______________________________________________________________________ CONCURRENT RESOLUTION Honoring Morris King Udall, former United States Representative from Arizona, and extending the condolences of the Congress on his death. Whereas Morris King Udall served his Nation and his State of Arizona with honor and distinction in his 30 years as a Member of the United States House of Representatives; Whereas Morris King Udall became an internationally recognized leader in the field of conservation, personally sponsoring legislation that more than doubled the National Park and National Wildlife Refuge systems, and added thousands of acres to America's National Wilderness Preservation System; Whereas Morris King Udall was also instrumental in reorganizing the United States Postal Service, in helping enact legislation to restore lands left in the wake of surface mining, enhancing and protecting the civil service, and fighting long and consistently to safeguard the rights and legacies of Native Americans; Whereas in his lifetime, Morris King Udall became known as a model Member of Congress and was among the most effective and admired legislators of his generation; Whereas this very decent and good man from Arizona also left us with one of the most precious gifts of all -- a special brand of wonderful and endearing humor that was distinctly his; Whereas Morris King Udall set a standard for all facing adversity as he struggled against the onslaught of Parkinson's disease with the same optimism and humor that were the hallmarks of his life; and Whereas Morris King Udall in so many ways will continue to stand as a symbol of all that is best about public service, for all that is civil in political discourse, for all that is kind and gentle, and will remain an inspiration to others: Now, therefore, be it Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That the Congress-- (1) has learned with profound sorrow of the death of the Honorable Morris King Udall on December 12, 1998, and extends condolences to the Udall family, and especially to his wife Norma; (2) expresses its profound gratitude to the Honorable Morris King Udall and his family for the service that he rendered to his country; and (3) recognizes with appreciation and respect the Honorable Morris K. Udall's commitment to and example of bipartisanship and collegial interaction in the legislative process. SEC. 2. TRANSMISSION OF ENROLLED RESOLUTION. The Secretary of the Senate shall transmit an enrolled copy of this concurrent resolution to the family of the Honorable Morris King Udall. <all>
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