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107 STAT. 2554 CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS—NOV. 23, 1993 Whereas the rights and social and economic conditions of indigenous peoples have often been overlooked by individual nations and the international community; and Whereas the United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Populations has drafted a Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Now, therefore, be it Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That it is the sense of the Congress that— (1) the United States should cooperate with the United Nations in its efforts to raise the level of public interest in and consciousness of the problems of indigenous peoples; (2) the United States should address the rights and improve the social and economic conditions of its own indigenous peoples, including Native American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, Chamorros, American Samoans, and Palauans; (3) the United States should support the United Nations in its efforts to establish international standards on the rights of indigenous peoples; and (4) the United States recognizes that the year 1993 is an insufficient time period for promoting public awareness of the plight of indigenous peoples and urges the United Nations to proclaim an International Decade of the World's Indigenous Peoples. Agreed to November 23, 1993. [sConRerse] ENROLLMENT CORRECTIONS—S. 1766 Resolved by the Senate (the House of Representatives concurring), That in the enrollment of the text of the bill (S. 1766) to amend the Lime Research, Promotion, and Consumer Information Act of 1990 to cover seedless and not seeded limes, to increase the exemption level, to delay the initial referendum date, and to alter the composition of the Lime Board, and for other purposes, the Secretary of the Senate shall make the following corrections: In section 4(b)(1)— (1) strike "The Secretary'" and insert "'Members'"; and (2) strike " 'shall—'" and insert" 'appointed—'". Agreed to November 23, 1993. Nov. 26, 1993 ADJOURNMENT—HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES [H. Con. Res. 190] AND SENATE Resolved by the House of Representatives (the Senate concurring). That when the House adjourns on the legislative day of Friday, November 26, or the legislative day of Tuesday, November 30, or the legislative day of Wednesday December 1, 1993, pursuant to a motion by the majority leader, or his designee, in accordance