CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—OCT. 8, 1992 106 STAT. 5209 (2) develop a strategy for environmentally sound economic development in the Cascadia region which includes consideration of environmental issues, urban development, transportation, communications, and education; and (3) submit a plan, developed by the commission and incorf>orating such strategy, to the Congress, the Canadian Pariament, the legislature of British Columbia, and the State legislatures of Oregon and Washington. (b) ADVISORY COMMISSION. —The commission should be authorized to function only in an advisory capacity and should have no authority concerning any local, State, or Federal agency or government. (c) COMPOSITION OF UNITED STATES DELEGATION.— If the United States and Canada conclude an agreement to establish such a commission concerning the Cascadia region, the United States delegation to the commission should include— (1) 1 member appointed by the President, who should be a nonvoting member; (2) a Washington State delegation; and (3) an Oregon delegation. (d) COST-SHARING AVIONG UNITED STATES DELEGATION. —Upon appointment of a United States delegation to such a commission, the United States delegation should decide the cost-sharing arrangements among the Federal, State, and local participants of the delegation. Federal Government contributions of the United States may not exceed one-fourth of the total budget of the commission for any fiscal year. If a Cascadia commission is established, it is the sense of the Congress that of funds appropriated for "International Commissions" for the Department of State $200,000 for fiscal year 1993 and $200,000 for fiscal year 1994 should be available for the commission. Agreed to October 7, 1992. "NATIVE VOICES: 500 YEARS AFTER" PROGRAM— oct. 8, 1992 CAPITOL GROUNDS AUTHORIZATION [H. con. Res. 367] Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), SECTION 1. PROGRAM ON THE CAPITOL GROUNDa On October 12, 1992, the Morning Star Foundation and the 1992 Alliance (in this resolution referred to as the '^non-Federal sponsor"), may present on the Capitol grounds a program known as the "Native Voices: 500 Years After". SEC. 2. REQUIREMENT FOR WRITTEN AGREEMENT. The non-Federal sponsor may construct and use structures and equipment on the Capitol grounds, and otherwise make arrangements for presentation of the program, only in accordance with a written agreement between the non-Federal sponsor and the Architect of the Capitol.
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