SECTION 1. ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE RESEARCH SEMIPOSTAL STAMP.
(a) In General- In order to afford a convenient way for members of the public to contribute to funding for medical research relating to Alzheimer’s disease, the United States Postal Service shall issue a semipostal stamp (referred to in this Act as the ‘Alzheimer’s Disease Research Semipostal Stamp’) in accordance with the provisions of this section.CommentsClose CommentsPermalink
(1) IN GENERAL- The issuance and sale of the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Semipostal Stamp shall be governed by the provisions of section 416 of title 39, United States Code, and regulations issued under such section, subject to the requirements of this subsection.CommentsClose CommentsPermalink
(2) DURATION- The Alzheimer’s Disease Research Semipostal Stamp shall be made available to the public for a period of 6 years, beginning no later than 12 months after the date of the enactment of this Act.CommentsClose CommentsPermalink
(3) DISPOSITION OF PROCEEDS- All amounts becoming available from the sale of the Alzheimer’s Disease Research Semipostal Stamp (as determined under section 416(d) of such title 39) shall be transferred to the National Institutes of Health, for the purpose described in subsection (a), through payments which shall be made at least twice a year.CommentsClose CommentsPermalink
(c) Definition- For purposes of this Act, the term ‘semipostal stamp’ refers to a stamp described in section 416(a)(1) of title 39, United States Code.CommentsClose CommentsPermalink
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