SB 46-B: Parks, Rosa
RESOLUTION by Hill ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Lee ; Alexander ; Argenziano ; Aronberg ; Atwater ; Baker ; Bennett ; Bullard ; Campbell ; Carlton ; Clary ; Constantine ; Crist ; Dawson ; Diaz de la Portilla ; Dockery ; Fasano ; Garcia ; Geller ; Haridopolos ; Jones ; King ; Klein ; Lawson ; Lynn ; Margolis ; Miller ; Peaden ; Posey ; Pruitt ; Rich ; Saunders ; Sebesta ; Siplin ; Smith ; Villalobos ; Webster ; Wilson ; Wise
Parks, Rosa; mourns death of one of nation's most courageous citizens & expresses admiration for Rosa Louise McCauley Parks, who remained committed to cause of freedom throughout her lifetime, speaking out against injustice in America & abroad, & who came to be called "First Lady of Civil Rights."
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• Filed - Subject to Motion to Introduce Outside the Call of the Governor
• Considered outside purview of the Call; Introduction allowed; Introduced -SJ 00031; Read second time -SJ 00032; Adopted; See also HR 9001 (Adopted) -SJ 00032
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