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RESOLUTION AS INTRODUCED 2007-2008

SENATE RESOLUTION

State of Vermont

Senate Chamber

Montpelier, Vermont

Senate Resolution


   By All Members of the Senate,

S.R. 19.  Senate resolution designating May 6, 2007, as Vermont Vets for Victory Day.

Whereas, almost two million American military men and women, active, guard, and reserve, are on duty around the world, and

Whereas, many of them are engaged in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan, and

Whereas, members of the United States military are making considerable personal sacrifices, including long separations from their families, and

Whereas, many troops have made the supreme sacrifice, now therefore be it

Resolved by the Senate:

That the Senate of the State of Vermont declares full support for our troops, and be it further

Resolved:  That the Senate of the State of Vermont is proud of the sacrifices and bravery of our servicemen and women and expresses its sincere gratitude for their heroic service to the United States of America, and be it further

Resolved:  That this Senate of the State of Vermont recognizes May 6, 2007, as Vermont Vets for Victory Day, and be it further

Resolved:  That the Secretary of the Senate send a copy of this resolution to Adjutant General Michael Dubie, Governor James Douglas, the President of the United States, and Veterans Services Director Clayton Clark at the Vermont Department of Veterans Affairs.

 

 


 



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