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Page_white_text H312: To authorize the presentation of flags at the funerals of civilian Federal employees engaged in the support of military operations who have died in combat zones in the course of their duties    [0 comments]
  • Requires executive agencies to furnish a U.S. flag to drape the casket of a civilian federal employee who dies in a combat zone, upon request of the deceased's next of kin or a close associate of the deceased.
  • Requires notification of federal civilian employees who are located or stationed in a combat zone to perform one or more functions in support of military operations of the flag ceremony benefit provided for under this Act.
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WorldH312 at GovTrack BookH312 at the Library of Congress
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New Mexico
http://www.house.gov/pearce

Co-Sponsors
Rep. W. Todd Akin [R, MO-2]
Rep. Michele Bachmann [R, MN-6]
Rep. Madeleine Bordallo [D, GU-0]
Rep. Kevin Brady [R, TX-8]
Rep. Julia Carson [D, IN-7]
Rep. John Carter [R, TX-31]
Rep. Steve Cohen [D, TN-9]
Rep. Elijah Cummings [D, MD-7]
Rep. Thelma Drake [R, VA-2]
Rep. Philip English [R, PA-3]
Rep. Luis Fortuno [R, PR-0]
Rep. Virginia Foxx [R, NC-5]
Rep. Charles Gonzalez [D, TX-20]
Rep. Phil Hare [D, IL-17]
Rep. Rubén Hinojosa [D, TX-15]

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