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PUBLIC LAW 102-25—APR. 6, 1991 105 STAT. 109 Secretary), all right, title, and interest in and to such land (together with the improvements thereon) shall revert to the United States ' and the United States shall have the right of immediate entry thereon. (e) PROHIBITION ON HOUSING CERTAIN PRISONERS.— Except when agreed to in writing by an appropriate representative of Caroline County, Virginia, the regional correctional facility constructed and operated in accordance with this section— (1) shall have a maximum capacity of not more than 2,400 inmates; and (2) may not be used to house Federal prisoners or prisoners convicted by, sentenced by, or awaiting trial in the courts of the District of Columbia. (f) TIME LIMITATION.—The period of any litigation relating to the conveyance or improvement of land under this section shall not be included in a determination of the period for conveyance or improvement, or for the reverter of or right of re-entry onto such land. (g) ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS, —The Secretary may require such additional terms and conditions in connection with the conveyance pursuant to this section as the Secretary, in his sole discretion, shall determine appropriate to protect the interests of the United States. (h) REPEAL. —Section 2839 of the Military Construction Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1991 (division B of Public Law 101-510; 104 Stat. 1801) is repealed. SEC. 604. GRASSROOTS EFFORTS TO SUPPORT OUR TROOPS (a) FINDINGS.— The Congress finds the following: (1) Over 400,000 American servicemen and women risked their lives in defending the interests and principles of the United States in the Persian Gulf region. (2) These American servicemen and women performed with remarkable success against Iraq and its military-industrial complex. (3) All Americans should take great pride in the manner in which our brave servicemen and women represented our Nation in the Persian Gulf region. (4) All Americans eagerly await the safe return of our courageous sons and daughters who served in the Persian Gulf region. (b) GRASSROOTS SUPPORT.—The Congress— (1) supports and endorses national. State, and local grassroots efforts to support our servicemen and women who participated in Operation Desert Storm and their families here at home; (2) encourages Federal agencies (in accordance with applicable law), State and local governments, and private businesses and industry to organize task forces intended to provide support for the families of servicemen and women deployed in the Persian Gulf region and to organize celebrations for the servicemen and women upon their arrival home; and (3) encourages those grassroots government, business, and industry efforts to include Vietnam Veteran organizations in all activities conducted for the benefit of the troops returning home from Operation Desert Storm.