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CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—SEPT. 30, 1993 107 STAT. 2545 " SENATE ELECTION, EXPULSION, AND CENSURE Sept. 28.1993 CASES"— SENATE PRINT [S. Con. Res. 6] Whereas the United States Constitution, in Article I, section 5, provides that "Each House shall be the Judge of the Elections, Returns and Qualifications of its own Members" and that "Each House may... punish its Members for disorderly Behaviour, and, with the Concurrence of two thirds, expel a Member"; Whereas the Senate has sought faithfully to exercise these constitutional requirements of self-discipline through its more than twohundred-year history; Whereas the Senate, beginning in 1885, has periodically published compilations of its election, expulsion, and censure cases for the guidance of members and the American people; and Whereas the most recent edition is now twenty years out of date: Now, therefore, be it Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring). That there shall be printed as a Senate document, the book entitled "Senate Election, Expulsion, and Censure Cases" prepared by the Senate Historical Office under the supervision of the Secretary of the Senate. SEC. 2. Such document shall include illustrations, and shall be in such style, form, manner, and binding as directed by the Joint Committee on Printing after consultation with the Secretary of the Senate. SEC. 3. In addition to the usual number, there shall be printed for the use of the Senate, to be allocated as determined by the Secretary of the Senate, the lesser of— (1) 3,000 copies of the document; or (2) such number of copies of the document as does not exceed a total production and printing cost of $28,657. Agreed to September 28, 1993. JUSTICE THURGOOD MARSHALL TRIBUTE Sept. 30, 1993 STATEMENTS—HOUSE PRINT [H Con Res. 133] Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring), That a collection of statements made in tribute to the late Justice Thurgood Marshall, together with related materials, shall be printed as a House document, with illustrations and suitable binding. The collection shall be prepared under the direction of the Joint Committee on Printing. SEC. 2. In addition to the usual number, there shall be printed the lesser of— (1) 50,000 copies (including 1,000 casebound copies) of the document, of which 33,440 copies (including 440 casebound copies) shall be for the use of the House of Representatives, 7,600 copies (including 100 casebound copies) shall be for the use of the Senate, and 8,960 copies (including 460 casebound copies) shall be for the use of the Joint Committee on Printing; or (2) such number of copies of the document as does not exceed a total production and printing cost of $66,988, with