NanPo, Warrior Princess Of Prolificness
As a public service, here are the bills NanPo has authored this year.
- None. Four are being held for future use.
Gee. The Bay Area must be so proud of their foremost citizen.
1. H.RES.15 : Mourning the passing of President Gerald Rudolph Ford and celebrating his leadership and service to the people of the United States.
2. H.RES.61 : Observing the Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., and encouraging the people of the United States to observe the Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., and the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and for other purposes.3. H.RES.180 : Honoring the life and achievements of Leo T. McCarthy and expressing profound sorrow on his death.
4. H.RES.361 : Recognizing and honoring Jack Valenti and expressing the condolences of the House of Representatives to his family on his death.
5. H.RES.406 : Celebrating the accomplishments of title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, also known as the Patsy Takemoto Mink Equal Opportunity in Education Act, and recognizing the need to continue pursuing the goal of educational opportunities for women and girls.
6. H.R.406 : To posthumously award a Congressional Gold Medal to Alice Paul in recognition of her role in the women's suffrage movement and in advancing equal rights for women.7. H.R.625 : To designate the facility of the United States Postal Service located at 4230 Maine Avenue in Baldwin Park, California, as the "Atanacio Haro-Marin Post Office".
Meanwhile, inquisitive constituents will be thrilled to find this:
P.S. The accompanying art is from a blog by the fellow on the right that is a temple to NanPo. Every post is about her and its lushly illustrated with fantastic images like the one I borrowed above. Enjoy your trip to Zaius Nation, whose author describes himself in a way that can only come from the Bay Area:
Dr. Zira, I must caution you. Experimental brain surgery on these creatures is one thing, and I'm all in favor of it. But to suggest that we can learn anything about the simian nature from a study of man is sheer nonsense. Man is a menace, a walking pestilence. He eats up his food supply in the forest, then migrates to our green belts and ravages our crops. The sooner he is exterminated, the better. It's a question of simian survival.