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108th CONGRESS
  2d Session
S. RES. 301

  Honoring the 30th anniversary of Congressman John Murtha's service.


_______________________________________________________________________


                   IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

                           February 11, 2004

 Mr. Specter submitted the following resolution; which was referred to 
                     the Committee on the Judiciary

_______________________________________________________________________

                               RESOLUTION


 
  Honoring the 30th anniversary of Congressman John Murtha's service.

Whereas John ``Jack'' Murtha, during 5 decades of service to our Nation, has 
        been an exemplar of dedication, drive, sacrifice, and patriotism;
Whereas John Murtha left Washington and Jefferson College after only 1 year of 
        study to join the Marine Corps during the Korean War out of a sense of 
        obligation to his country;
Whereas John Murtha ran a small business in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, while 
        starting a family with his wife, Joyce, and attending the University of 
        Pittsburgh on the GI Bill;
Whereas he volunteered in Vietnam in 1966-67, already in his mid-30s;
Whereas in 1974, he became the first combat Vietnam veteran elected to Congress, 
        representing the 12th Congressional District of Pennsylvania;
Whereas he continuously works to attract and keep jobs in and around his 
        District and to develop essential sewer, water, and transportation 
        infrastructure;
Whereas in his position as a senior member of the House Appropriations 
        Committee, he is a national leader on defense, health care, and social 
        issues and uses his position to benefit Pennsylvania, the region, and 
        the people;
Whereas he founded the House Steel Caucus and regularly defends our steel 
        industry from unfair imports; and
Whereas he has been one of the strongest advocates for children, seniors, and 
        veterans: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved,

SECTION 1. CONGRATULATION AND COMMENDATION.

    The Senate--
            (1) honors the lifelong commitment of John Murtha to the 
        ideals of our Nation;
            (2) recognizes John Murtha's exceptional dedication to his 
        constituents, to the State of Pennsylvania, and to the United 
        States; and
            (3) congratulates John Murtha on 30 years of superior 
        service in the United States Congress.

SEC. 2. TRANSMISSION OF ENROLLED RESOLUTION.

    The Secretary of the Senate shall transmit an enrolled copy of this 
resolution to Congressman John Murtha.
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