Executive Correspondence Tracking System #1 - Jan 1995 to Mar 1995 (950103-1 to 950228-2) Page: 5 of 662
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OFFICE Of THE MAJORrTY LEADER
WASHINGTON. DC 20510.7010
January 3, 1995
I am writing to inform you of a recent schedule change from
my letter to you on December 7th. It is my intention to bring
the Senate into session during the week of March 20 through March
24, 1995, therefore the Senate will not be in recess during that
week. However, it is my intention to lengthen the original
Easter Recess. Therefore, the new schedule is as follows:
The Senate will not be in session on Monday, January 16,
1995 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday. In
honor of President's Day, the Senate will not be in session on
Friday, February 17, Monday, February 20 and Tuesday, February
21. In observance of Easter, the Senate will not be in session
on Good Friday, April 14 through Friday, April 28. The Senate
would reconvene on Monday, May 1st.
Thankyou for making note of these recent schedule changes
and should it be necessary to deviate from this schedule, I will
provide as much notice as possible. I hope this will be of some
help to you in scheduling the first' few months of the new
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