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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—OCT. 5, 1992 106 STAT. 5205 (3) establishing a group of individuals, including lowincome participants, to develop and to implement policies and programs to combat food insecurity, to monitor responsiveness of existing services, and to address underlying causes and factors related to hunger; (4) participating in federally assisted nutrition programs that should be easily accessible to targeted populations, such as the Federal programs that provide school breakfast, school lunch, summer food, child care food, and food for homeless and older individuals; (5) effectively integrating public and private resources, including local businesses, to alleviate food insecurity; (6) having an education program about food needs of the community and the need for increased local citizen participation in activities to alleviate food insecurity; (7) having available information and referral services for accessing both public and private programs and services; (8) having initiatives for alleviating food shopping constraints through the development of creative food resources such as community gardens, buying clubs, food cooperatives, community-owned and operated grocery stores, and farmers' markets; (9) carrying out activities to identify and target food services to high-risk populations; (10) having adequate transport and distribution of food from all resources; (11) coordinating food services with park and recreation programs and other community-based outlets to which residents of the area would have easy access; (12) improving public transportation, human service agencies, and food resources; (13) having nutrition education programs for low-income citizens to enhance good food-purchasing and food-preparation skills and to heighten awareness of the connection between diet and hesdth; and (14) having a program for collecting and distributing nutritious food, either agricultural commodities in farmers^ fields or foods that have already been prepared, that would otherwise be wasted. Agreed to October 5, 1992. ENROLLMENT CORRECTIONS—H.R. 5482 ,„V'VZu [H. Con. Res. 371] Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That, in the enrollment of the bill (H.R. 5482) to revise and extend the programs of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and for other purposes, the Clerk of the House of Representatives shall make corrections in the bill as follows: (1) In section 308 of the bill, strike subsection (e) of the section and insert the following: "(e) EDUCATIONAL AND VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION DEM- ONSTRATION PROJECTS REGARDING LOW-FUNCTIONING. —Section 311 (29 U.S.C. 777a), as amended by subsection (b), is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection: