H.RES.169

Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that Robert Burns was a true friend of the United States, that his work inspired the citizens of this Nation, as well as his native Scotland, and that the annual celebration of his birth is a tradition that transcends national boundaries, and as a result, should be observed in communities around the world.

2/13/2009--Introduced.

Expresses the sense of the House Representatives that the poet Robert Burns was a true friend of the United States, that his work inspired the citizens of this nation, as well as his native Scotland, and that the annual celebration of his birth is a tradition that transcends national boundaries, and as a result, should be observed.

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