H.Con.Res. 459 (96th): A concurrent resolution providing for the sine die adjournment of the Ninety-sixth Congress.

96th Congress, 1979–1980. Text as of Dec 16, 1980 (Passed Congress/Enrolled Bill).

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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS-DEC. 16, 1980                     94 STAT. 3701
the study of foreign languages and cultures through appropriate
actions, including the following: the gradual establishment of
requirements for the study of foreign languages and cultures for
entrance to postsecondary institutions; the addition of proficiency in
a foreign language and work in international studies as requirements
for college graduation; the improvement of international studies in
the curriculum at all levels of education; the encouragement of
international exchange programs; the offering of a wider variety of
languages at the secondary school level; and the placing of greater
emphasis on the teaching of foreign languages and cultures for
elementary schoolchildren.
  Agreed to December 8, 1980.



"THE ADEQUACY OF THE FEDERAL RESPONSE TO FOR-
    EIGN INVESTMENT IN THE UNITED STATES"                                  Dec. 12, 1980
                                                                         [H. Con. Res. 449]
 Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring}.
That there shall be reprinted for the use of the Committee on Printing of copies.
Government Operations one thousand copies of the report entitled
"The Adequacy of the Federal Response to Foreign Investment in the
United States'\
  Agreed to December 12, 1980.



            'FUTURE DIRECTIONS FOR AGING POLICY:
                 A HUMAN SERVICE MODEL"                                    Dec. 12, 1980
                                                                         [H. Con. Res. 456]
 Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring).
That there be printed for the use of the House Select Committee on Printing of copies.
Aging, one thousand copies of the report "Future Directions for
Aging Policy: A Human Service Model", Ninety-sixth Congress.
  Agreed to December 12, 1980.



    ADJOURNMENT—HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
                AND SENATE                                                 Dec. 16, 1980
                                                                         [H. Con. Res. 459]
  Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring),
That the two Houses of Congress shall adjourn on Tuesday, December
16, 1980, and that when they adjourn on said day, they stand
adjourned sine die.
  Agreed to December 16, 1980.




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