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S. RES. 374

  Designating October 17, 2000, as a ``Day of National Concern About 
                    Young People and Gun Violence''.



            October 12 (legislative day, September 22), 2000

   Mrs. Murray (for herself and Mr. Warner) submitted the following 
    resolution; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary



  Designating October 17, 2000, as a ``Day of National Concern About 
                    Young People and Gun Violence''.

Whereas young people are our Nation's most important resource, and we, as a 
        society, have a vested interest in enabling children to grow in an 
        environment free from fear and violence;
Whereas young people can, by taking responsibility for their own decisions and 
        actions, and by positively influencing the decisions and actions of 
        others, help chart a new and less violent direction for the entire 
Whereas students in every school district in the Nation will be invited to take 
        part in a day of nationwide observance involving millions of their 
        fellow students, and will thereby be empowered to see themselves as 
        significant agents in a wave of positive social change; and
Whereas the observance of October 17, 2000, as a ``Day of National Concern About 
        Young People and Gun Violence'' will allow students to make a positive 
        and earnest decision about their future in that such students will have 
        the opportunity to voluntarily sign the ``Student Pledge Against Gun 
        Violence'', and promise that they will never take a gun to school, will 
        never use a gun to settle a dispute, and will actively use their 
        influence in a positive manner to prevent friends from using guns to 
        settle disputes: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved, That the Senate--
            (1) designates October 17, 2000, as a ``Day of National 
        Concern About Young People and Gun Violence''; and
            (2) requests that the President issue a proclamation 
        calling on the school children of the United States to observe 
        the day with appropriate ceremonies and activities.

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