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H.Res.1245Referred to the House Committee Jun 05, 2008 (110th congress) 1 Views
Urging the international community to provide the United Nations-African Union Mission in Darfur with essential tactical and utility helicopters.
H.R.5916 - Security Assistance and Arms Export Control Reform Act of 2008Received in the Senate and Read twice and referred May 19, 2008 (110th congress) 2 Views
To reform the administration of the Arms Export Control Act, and for other purposes.
H.Res.1093Referred to the House Committee Apr 09, 2008 (110th congress) 0 Views
Calling on the President not to attend the Opening Ceremony of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing until China takes credible steps to persuade ...
H.R.5697 - Defend the Olympic Spirit Act of 2008Referred to the House Committee Apr 03, 2008 (110th congress) 2 Views
To prohibit the use of certain funds related to the 2008 Olympic Games in China, and for other purposes.
S.Res.470Resolution agreed to in Senate Apr 14, 2008 (110th congress) 2 Views
A resolution calling on the relevant governments, multilateral bodies, and non-state actors in Chad, the Central African Republic, and Sudan t...
H.Res.1011Motion to reconsider the vote tabled May 05, 2008 (110th congress) 3 Views
Calling on the United States Government and the international community to promptly develop, fund, and implement a comprehensive regional stra...
S.Res.455Resolution agreed to in Senate Mar 05, 2008 (110th congress) 4 Views
A resolution calling for peace in Darfur.
S.Res.432Resolution agreed to in Senate Feb 08, 2008 (110th congress) 1 Views
A resolution urging the international community to provide the United Nations-African Union Mission in Sudan with essential tactical and utili...
H.Res.910Referred to the House Committee Dec 19, 2007 (110th congress) 2 Views
Calling for the full implementation of the Sudan Comprehensive Peace Agreement.
H.Res.792Referred to the House Committee Nov 01, 2007 (110th congress) 3 Views
Honoring the dedication and hard work of Professor Eric Reeves on behalf of the people of Sudan.