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SEC. 6. CLARIFICATION OF PASSENGERS AND CREW.
For the purposes of this Act, the terrorists on United Airlines Flight 93 on September 11, 2001, shall not be considered passengers or crew of that flight.
Approved September 24, 2002.
LEGISLATIVE HISTORY-H.R. 3917:
July 22, considered and passed House.
Sept. 24, 2002
Public Law 107-227
Old Shakopee Road in Bloomington, Minnesota, as the “Thomas E. Burnett,
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of
The facility of the United States Postal Service located at 6101 West Old Shakopee Road in Bloomington, Minnesota, shall be known and designated as the "Thomas E. Burnett, Jr. Post Office Building". SEC. 2. REFERENCES.
Any reference in a law, map, regulation, document, paper, or other record of the United States to the facility referred to in section 1 shall be deemed to be a reference to the "Thomas E. Burnett, Jr. Post Office Building”.
Approved September 24, 2002.
LEGISLATIVE HISTORY-H.R. 5207:
Sept. 4, considered and passed House.
Public Law 107-228
Assistance Act of 1961 for security assistance for fiscal year 2003, and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of Foreign Relations the United States of America in Congress assembled, Authorization Act, Fiscal Year SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE. 2003
This Act may be cited as the “Foreign Relations Authorization 22 USC 2651 note.
Act, Fiscal Year 2003”.
(a) DIVISIONS.---This Act is organized into two divisions as follows:
(1) DIVISION A.—Department of State Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 2003.
(2) DIVISION B.—Security Assistance Act of 2002. (b) TABLE OF CONTENTS.—The table of contents for this Act is as follows:
Sec. 1. Short title.
TITLE I-AUTHORIZATIONS OF APPROPRIATIONS
Subtitle A-Department of State
Subtitle B—United States International Broadcasting Activities
Subtitle A—Basic Authorities and Activities Sec. 201. Emergency evacuation services. Sec. 202. Special agent authorities. Sec. 203. International Litigation Fund. Sec. 204. State Department records of overseas deaths of United States citizens
from nonnatural causes. Sec. 205. Foreign Relations Historical Series.
Sec. 206. Expansion of eligibility for award of certain construction contracts.
sion. Sec. 211. Fee collections relating to intercountry adoptions and affidavits of sup
port. Sec. 212. Annual reports on compliance with The Hague Convention on the Civil
Aspects of International Child Abduction. Sec. 213. Repeal of provision regarding housing for Foreign Agricultural Attaches. Sec. 214. United States policy with respect to Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Sec. 215. Report concerning efforts to promote Israel's diplomatic relations with
other countries. Sec. 216. Continuation of reporting requirements.
Subtitle B—Educational, Cultural, and Public Diplomacy Authorities Sec. 221. Fulbright-Hays Act authorities. Sec. 222. Extension of requirement for scholarships for Tibetans and Burmese. Sec. 223. Plan for achievement of public diplomacy objectives. Sec. 224. Advisory Committee on Cultural Diplomacy. Sec. 225. Allocation of funds for “American Corners” in the Russian Federation. Sec. 226. Report relating to Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe. Sec. 227. Amendments to the Vietnam Education Foundation Act of 2000. Sec. 228. Ethical issues in international health research. Sec. 229. Conforming amendments.
Subtitle C—Consular Authorities Sec. 231. Report on visa issuance to inadmissible aliens. Sec. 232. Denial of entry into United States of Chinese and other nationals engaged
in coerced organ or bodily tissue transplantation. Sec. 233. Processing of visa applications. Sec. 234. Machine readable visas.
Subtitle D_Migration and Refugees Sec. 241. Prohibition on funding the involuntary return of refugees. Sec. 242. United States membership in the International Organization for Migra
tion. Sec. 243. Report on overseas refugee processing. TITLE III-ORGANIZATION AND PERSONNEL OF THE DEPARTMENT OF
Subtitle A--Organizational Matters
Subtitle B-Personnel Matters
D.C., locality-based comparability payments were made to overseas-staTITLE IV–INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS Sec. 401. Payment of third installment of arrearages. Sec. 402. Limitation on the United States share of assessments for United Nations
tioned Foreign Service members. Sec. 323. Plan for improving recruitment of veterans into the Foreign Service. Sec. 324. Report concerning minority employment. Sec. 325. Use of funds authorized for minority recruitment. Sec. 326. Assignments and details of personnel to the American Institute in TaiSec. 327. Annual reports on foreign language competence. Sec. 328. Travel of children of members of the Foreign Service assigned abroad.
peacekeeping operations in calendar years 2001 through 2004. Sec. 403. Limitation on the United States share of assessments for United Nations
regular budget. Sec. 404. Promotion of sound financial practices by the United Nations. Sec. 405. Reports to Congress on United Nations activities. Sec. 406. Use of secret ballots within the United Nations. Sec. 407. Sense of Congress relating to membership of the United States in
UNESCO. Sec. 408. United States membership on the United Nations Commission on Human
Rights and International Narcotics Control Board. Sec. 409. Plan for enhanced Department of State efforts to place United States citi
zens in positions of employment in the United Nations and its special
TITLE VI–MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
Subtitle A—Middle East Peace Commitments Act of 2002
Subtitle B—Tibet Policy
Subtitle C-East Timor Transition to Independence Act of 2002
Subtitle D-Clean Water for the Americas Partnership