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PUBLIC LAW 96-000—MMMM. DD, 1979

93 STAT. 1438 Dec. 21, 1979

CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—DEC. 21, 1979

ADJOURNMENT SINE DIE—CONVENING OF SECOND SESSION OF NINETY-SIXTH CONGRESS

[H. Con. Res. 232]

Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That when the Senate completes action on the conference report on the Act providing loan guarantees for the benefit of the Chrysler Corporation, and any other matter the majority leader (after consultation with the minority leader) deems necessary, on Thursday, December 20, 1979, or Friday, December 21, 1979, or Saturday, December 22, 1979, or Thursday, December 27, 1979, or Friday, December 28, 1979, or Saturday, December 29, 1979, or Monday, December 31, 1979, or Wednesday, January 2, 1980, it stand in adjournment sine die. SEC. 2. That when the Congress convenes on January 3, 1980, for the second session of the Ninety-sixth Congress, neither the House nor the Senate shall conduct organizational or legislative business until Tuesday, January 22, 1980, except as provided in section 4 of this resolution. SEC. 3. That when the House adjourns on January 3, 1980, it shall meet at 12 meridian only on Thursdays and Mondays, and that when the Senate recesses on January 3, 1980, it stand in recess until 12 meridian on January 10, 1980, followed by a recess until 12 meridian on Thursday, January 17, 1980, and that when the House adjourns on January 17, 1980, and when the Senate recesses on that date, they stand in adjournment and recess, respectively, until 12 meridian on January 22, 1980. SEC. 4. Notwithstanding any other provision of this resolution, on any day before January 22, 1980, the two Houses, or either of them, shall convene upon twenty-four hours' notice to the Members of the Senate and the House, respectively by the majority leader of the Senate (acting after consultation with the minority leader of the Senate), and by the Speaker of the House (acting after consultation with the minority leader of the House). Agreed to December 21, 1979.