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104 STAT. 5154 CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—MAR. 27, 1990 the second day after Members are notified to reassemble pursuant to section 2 of this resolution, whichever occurs first. SEC. 2. The Majority Leader of the Senate, after consultation with the Minority Leader of the Senate, shall notify the Members of the Senate to reassemble whenever, in their opinion, the public interest shall warrant it. Agreed to March 8, 1990. Mar. 27, 1990 EARTH DAY 1990—CAPITOL GROUNDS [S. Con. Res. 98] CELEBRATION Whereas Congress has adopted Public Law 101-186 designating April 22, 1990, as "Earth Day" to promote the preservation of the environment; Whereas the President has proclaimed his support for Earth Day 1990 and called on the people of the United States to observe the day with appropriate programs, ceremonies, and activities designed to promote greater understanding of ecological issues; and Whereas Earth Day 1990 has expressed an interest in organizing a public event with musiced entertainment to promote environmental awareness and environmentally responsible behavior: Now, therefore, be it Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring). That Earth Day 1990 shall be permitted to sponsor a public event with musical entertainment on the United States Capitol Grounds on April 22, 1990. This event shall be free to the public and arranged not to interfere with the needs of Congress, under conditions to be provided by the Architect of the Capitol and the Capitol Police Board. For the purposes of this resolution, the promoters of Earth Day 1990 are authorized to erect upon the United States Capitol Grounds, subject to the approval of the Architect of the Capitol, such stg^e, sound amplification devices, and other related structures and equipment, as may be required for the event and are authorized to make any arrangements that may be required to carry out the event. Agreed to March 27, 1990. Apr. 4.1990 " COLUMBUS IN THE CAPITOL" ARTS VOLUME— [H. Con. Res. 275] CAPITOL EXHIBITS Whereas Christopher Columbus was a great and courageous explorer whose voyages of discovery are well known; Whereas the year 1992 marks the 500th anniversary of the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus in the year 1492; and Whereas paintings, statues, and other works of art depicting the life and exploits of Christopher Columbus are displayed, both permanently and in special exhibits, in the Capitol and at other locations within the Capitol grounds: Now, therefore, be it