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S.J.Res. 128 (95th): A joint resolution designating July 1, l978, as “Free Enterprise Day”.

The text of the resolution below is as of Jun 30, 1978 (Passed Congress).


92 STAT. 364                       PUBLIC LAW 95-312—JUNE 30, 1978

                   Public Law 95-312                                            'f.
                   95th Congress
                                              Joint Resolution
 June 30, 1978                Designating July 1, 1978, as "Free Enterprise Day".
 [S.J. Res. 128]
                   Whereas the rapid development of America's economy is a result of
                      the interaction of the free enterprise of our people and the abundant
                     natural resources of our land; and
                   Whereas the present great prosperity of the United States is based
                     upon free enterprise; and
                   AVhereas the principles of free enterprise are inexorably bound with
                      our principles of individual political freedom; and
                   Whereas the belief of Americans in the essential justice of free enter-
                     prise is being increasingly challenged throughout the world.
                     Resolved hy the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
Free Enterprise    States of America in Congress assernbled^ That the President is author-
Day.               ized and requested to issue a proclamation designating July 1, 1978,
Proclamation       as "Free Enterprise Day" and calling upon the people of the United
authorization.     States and interested groups and organizations to observe such day
                   with appropriate ceremonies and activities,                       <
                     Approved June 30, 1978.




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                   LEGISLATIVE HISTORY:
                   CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 124 (1978):
                        Apr. 20, considered and passed Senate.
                        June 26, considered and passed House.