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S.Res.503 A resolution designating May 21, 2010, as "Endangered Species Day"., 111th Congress

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  • Latest Action: May 07, 2010 Resolution agreed to in Senate without amendment and with a preamble by Unanimous Consent.

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    • AELLA's statement to American citizens - AELLA.ORG - September 12, 2010 by AELLA.ORG - S.Res. 503: A resolution designating May 21, 2010, as “Endangered Species Day”. Passed Senate. May 7, 2010. H.Con.Res. 255: Commemorating the 40th anniversary of Earth Day and honoring the founder of Earth Day, the late Senator Gaylord ...

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      As noted by AELLA.ORG on September 12, 2010, "S.Res. 503: A resolution designating May 21, 2010, as “Endangered Species Day”. Passed Senate. May 7, 2010. H.Con.Res. 255: Commemorating the 40th anniversary of Earth Day and honoring the founder of Earth Day, the late Senator Gaylord ..." (http://aella.org/2010/09/aellas-intentions-regarding-u-s-legislation/)
    • Mickie's Zoo: Endangered Species Day May 21 - May 20, 2010 by Mickie's Zoo - The resolution (S. Res. 503) “encourages the people of the United States to become educated about and aware of threats to species, success stories in species recovery and the opportunity to promote species conservation worldwide and to ...

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      As noted by Mickie's Zoo on May 20, 2010, "The resolution (S. Res. 503) “encourages the people of the United States to become educated about and aware of threats to species, success stories in species recovery and the opportunity to promote species conservation worldwide and to ..." (http://mickieszoo.blogspot.com/2010/05/endangered-species-day-may-21.html)
    • Endangered Species Day Celebrated May 21st, 22nd, and 23rd | Care2 ... - May 20, 2010 by Care2 Healthy & Green Living - Endangered Species Day was started by the US Senate to bring attention to the large number of species that are struggling to survive. It is recently passed.

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      As noted by Care2 Healthy & Green Living on May 20, 2010, "Endangered Species Day was started by the US Senate to bring attention to the large number of species that are struggling to survive. It is recently passed." (http://www.care2.com/greenliving/endangered-species-day-celebrated-may-21st-22nd-and-23rd.html)

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