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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—OCT. 7, 1988

102 STAT. 4919

(50) In section 608(d)(15XAXi) of the bill, insert "the first place it appears" before "and inserting". (51) In section 608(d)(15XB) of the bill, strike "as added" and insert "as amended". (52) In section 608(d)(16XAXi) of the bill, strike "has a right" and insert "has right". (53) In section 608(d)(16XBXi) of the bill, strike the comma at the end of subclause (III) and insert a semicolon. (54) In section 608(d)(16XB) of the bill, designate the clause following clause (vi) as clause (vii). (55) In paragraph (16XD) of section 608(d) of the bill, strike "303" and insert '^303(g)". (56) In section 608(d)(20XBXii) of the bill, indent the subclause amended by such section 2 additional ems. (57) In section 608(d)(22XB) of the bill, insert "the first place it appears" before "and inserting". (58) In section 608(d)(24)(B) of the bill, strike "inserted" and insert "added". (59) In section 608(d)(26XD) of the bill, strike "redesignated" (60) In section 608(d)(26XJ), strike "added" and insert "inserted".

(61) In section 608(d)(27XA) of the bill, in the subparagraph (D) added in such section, strike the second of the periods following "such drugs" and insert a semicolon. (62) In section 609(a) of the bill, redesignate the proposed subsection (1) as subsection (m). (63) In section 609(b) of the bill— (A) strike "12302(c)(l)" in paragraph (1) and insert "12301(c)(l)"; and (B) amend paragraph (2) to read as follows: (2) Paragraph (2) of section 12301(c) of such Act is amended by inserting "under title XIX" before ", and shall reduce payments".

42 USC 1396a.

42 USC i396r-5. 42 USC I396p.

42 USC i396r-5 note. 42 USC I395aa. 42 USC 1395/. 42 USC I395u. 42 USC i396r-4. 42 USC 1320a-7a.

42 USC i395i-3. Ante, p. 2424.

42 USC 603 note.

Agreed to October 6, 1988.

DRUNK DRIVING—NATIONAL CRISIS Whereas drunk driving is the leading cause of death among young Americans; Wheregis in 1986, over 9,000 young Americans between the ages of 16 and 24 were killed in alcohol-related automobile crashes; Whereas an estimated 3,538 of these young Americans were teenagers; Whereas between 1972 and 1982, approximately 250,000 Americans of all ages were killed in alcohol-related automobile crashes; Whereas between 1982 and 1986, approximately 119,000 Americans were killed in alcohol-related automobile crashes; Whereas in 1986 alone, 23,987 Americans were killed in alcoholrelated automobile crashes; Whereas an estimated 2,000,000 alcohol-related automobile crashes occur in the United States each year; Whereas an estimated 560,000 Americans are injured each year in

Oct. 7, 1988 [H. eon. Res. 276]