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Washington, D.C. Admission Act

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116 HR 5803 IH: Washington, D.C. Admission Act
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I116th CONGRESS2d SessionH. R. 5803IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVESFebruary 7, 2020Ms. Norton introduced the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Oversight and Reform, and in addition to the Committees on Rules, Armed Services, the Judiciary, and Energy and Commerce, for a period to be subsequently determined by the Speaker, in each case for consideration of such provisions as fall within the jurisdiction of the committee concernedA BILLTo provide for the admission of the State of Washington, D.C. into the Union.
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Short title; table of contents
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This Act may be cited as the Washington, D.C. Admission Act.
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The table of contents of this Act is as follows: Sec. 1. Short title; table of contents. Title I—State of Washington, D.C. Subtitle A—Procedures for Admission Sec. 101. Admission. Sec. 102. Election of Senators and Representative. Sec. 103. Issuance of presidential proclamation. Subtitle B—Seat of Government of the United States Sec. 111. Territory and boundaries. Sec. 112. Description of Capital. Sec. 113. Retention of title to property. Sec. 114. Effect of admission on current laws of seat of Government of United States. Sec. 115. Capital National Guard. Sec. 116. Termination of legal status of seat of Government of United States as municipal corporation. Subtitle C—General Provisions Relating to Laws of State Sec. 121. Effect of admission on current laws. Sec. 122. Pending actions and proceedings. Sec. 123. Limitation on authority to tax Federal property. Sec. 124. United States nationality. Title II—Interests of Federal Government Subtitle A—Federal Property Sec. 201. Treatment of military lands. Sec. 202. Waiver of claims to Federal property. Subtitle B—Federal Courts Sec. 211. Residency requirements for certain Federal officials. Sec. 212. Renaming of Federal courts. Sec. 213. Conforming amendments relating to Department of Justice. Sec. 214. Treatment of pretrial services in United States District Court. Subtitle C—Federal Elections Sec. 221. Permitting individuals residing in Capital to vote in Federal elections in State of most recent domicile. Sec. 222. Repeal of Office of District of Columbia Delegate. Sec. 223. Repeal of law providing for participation of seat of government in election of President and Vice-President. Sec. 224. Expedited procedures for consideration of constitutional amendment repealing 23rd Amendment. Title III—Continuation of Certain Authorities and Responsibilities Subtitle A—Employee Benefits Sec. 301. Federal benefit payments under certain retirement programs. Sec. 302. Continuation of Federal civil service benefits for employees first employed prior to establishment of District of Columbia merit personnel system. Sec. 303. Obligations of Federal Government under judges’ retirement program. Subtitle B—Agencies Sec. 311. Public Defender Service. Sec. 312. Prosecutions. Sec. 313. Service of United States Marshals. Sec. 314. Designation of felons to facilities of Bureau of Prisons. Sec. 315. Parole and supervision. Sec. 316. Courts. Subtitle C—Other Programs and Authorities Sec. 321. Application of the College Access Act. Sec. 322. Application of the Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Act. Sec. 323. Medicaid Federal medical assistance percentage. Sec. 324. Federal planning commissions. Sec. 325. Role of Army Corps of Engineers in supplying water. Sec. 326. Requirements to be located in District of Columbia. Title IV—General Provisions Sec. 401. General definitions. Sec. 402. Statehood Transition Commission. Sec. 403. Certification of enactment by President. Sec. 404. Severability.
<enum>I</enum><header>State of Washington, D.C.</header> <subtitle id="HA91B135FDADE4111977948F372F2DF50"><enum>A</enum><header>Procedures for Admission</header> <section id="HDBA5E9C398B349D481B9DB2644391634"><enum>101.</enum><header>Admission</header> <subsection id="HC57AB4B1DBBB4005AD3BD1426CBB0FFC"><enum>(a)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Subject to the provisions of this Act, upon the issuance of the proclamation required by section 103(a), the State of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth is declared to be a State of the United States of America, and is declared admitted into the Union on an equal footing with the other States in all respects whatever.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H4690BD22E2784FE287CC1C3D7267FEFE"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Constitution of State</header><text>The State Constitution shall always be republican in form and shall not be repugnant to the Constitution of the United States or the principles of the Declaration of Independence.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H919C6D998D634995BE915F9EF2F0841B"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Nonseverability</header><text>If any provision of this section, or the application thereof to any person or circumstance, is held to be invalid, the remaining provisions of this Act and any amendments made by this Act shall be treated as invalid.</text> </subsection></section><section id="HA93660A628F640FE906B13A895B69B0E"><enum>102.</enum><header>Election of Senators and Representative</header> <subsection id="HB5E8C36835624E4E92B6EED865166AC9"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Issuance of proclamation</header> <paragraph id="H92E8E735B4FD417BACB9F38663C51A0D"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Not more than 30 days after receiving certification of the enactment of this Act from the President pursuant to section 403, the Mayor shall issue a proclamation for the first elections for 2 Senators and one Representative in Congress from the State, subject to the provisions of this section.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HF0A8DF45BEE34886BEAC7E504078630A"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Special rule for elections of Senators</header><text>In the elections of Senators from the State pursuant to paragraph (1), the 2 Senate offices shall be separately identified and designated, and no person may be a candidate for both offices. No such identification or designation of either of the offices shall refer to or be taken to refer to the terms of such offices, or in any way impair the privilege of the Senate to determine the class to which each of the Senators shall be assigned.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H99E36B13DF3A425BB05A321191F9BD01"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Rules for conducting elections</header> <paragraph commented="no" id="HAF6E14F3B71C49C9981C2E2FB55E0738"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text>The proclamation of the Mayor issued under subsection (a) shall provide for the holding of a primary election and a general election, and at such elections the officers required to be elected as provided in subsection (a) shall be chosen by the qualified voters of the District of Columbia in the manner required by the laws of the District of Columbia.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HCD4CA4D385EE4C28B50F6A809D0D356E"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Certification of results</header><text>Election results shall be certified in the manner required by the laws of the District of Columbia, except that the Mayor shall also provide written certification of the results of such elections to the President.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="HFC4946677DBF432BBF61EDD2897C6BE9"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Assumption of duties</header><text>Upon the admission of the State into the Union, the Senators and Representative elected at the elections described in subsection (a) shall be entitled to be admitted to seats in Congress and to all the rights and privileges of Senators and Representatives of the other States in Congress.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H809939B9B3F6469E9FFCFE0C6BF7B49D"><enum>(d)</enum><header>Effect of admission on House of Representatives membership</header> <paragraph id="H3240DFBA36ED43D9864DFEA7CB0329FE"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Permanent increase in number of Members</header><text>Effective with respect to the Congress during which the State is admitted into the Union and each succeeding Congress, the House of Representatives shall be composed of 436 Members, including any Members representing the State.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H9E01B7C08E3C4BE3A5DAA2362F249CC2"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Initial number of Representatives for State</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Until the taking effect of the first apportionment of Members occurring after the admission of the State into the Union, the State shall be entitled to one Representative in the House of Representatives upon its admission into the Union.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H2BC525FF92394CD89EFEF88BB20C68B9"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Apportionment of Members resulting from admission of State</header> <subparagraph id="H27C38C7DC55A4AB593A92AEF162778BD"><enum>(A)</enum><header>Apportionment</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 22(a) of the Act entitled <quote>An Act to provide for the fifteenth and subsequent decennial censuses and to provide for apportionment of Representatives in Congress</quote>, approved June 18, 1929 (<external-xref legal-doc="usc" parsable-cite="usc/2/2a">2 U.S.C. 2a(a)</external-xref>), is amended by striking <quote>the then existing number of Representatives</quote> and inserting <quote>436 Representatives</quote>.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H851F34C09B1647DCAB085FB0C4F902EA"><enum>(B)</enum><header>Effective date</header><text>The amendment made by subparagraph (A) shall apply with respect to the first regular decennial census conducted after the admission of the State into the Union and each subsequent regular decennial census.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph></subsection></section><section id="H4CF34782CD4D44E380615411461F848B"><enum>103.</enum><header>Issuance of presidential proclamation</header> <subsection id="HDD8E58FCC59F4DD48DE0E9A852594BBD"><enum>(a)</enum><header>In general</header><text>The President, upon the certification of the results of the elections of the officers required to be elected as provided in section 102(a), shall, not later than 90 days after receiving such certification pursuant to section 102(b)(2), issue a proclamation announcing the results of such elections as so ascertained.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H66698C73516F49C9BEB84D622FD85B2B"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Admission of State upon issuance of proclamation</header><text>Upon the issuance of the proclamation by the President under subsection (a), the State shall be declared admitted into the Union as provided in section 101(a).</text> </subsection></section></subtitle><subtitle id="HD6E367EFC38D4432A5C9712BD63A7435"><enum>B</enum><header>Seat of Government of the United States</header> <section id="H98D61C99D7EC4A56A45FD3FD45C259D5"><enum>111.</enum><header>Territory and boundaries</header> <subsection id="HEC55667222E8433BA1352E28B3F9DFB1"><enum>(a)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Except as provided in subsection (b), the State shall consist of all of the territory of the District of Columbia as of the date of the enactment of this Act, subject to the results of the metes and bounds survey conducted under subsection (c).</text> </subsection><subsection id="H312642AFD9754B2DA73F525450210B7F"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Exclusion of portion remaining as seat of Government of United States</header><text>The territory of the State shall not include the area described in section 112, which shall be known as the <quote>Capital</quote> and shall serve as the seat of the Government of the United States, as provided in clause 17 of section 8 of article I of the Constitution of the United States.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H289E3DA26C2545D19114099DC31B9EDA"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Metes and bounds survey</header><text>Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the President (in consultation with the Chair of the National Capital Planning Commission) shall conduct a metes and bounds survey of the Capital, as described in section 112(b).</text> </subsection></section><section id="H03FE59A2965E4EC08B83C13385D21F7C"><enum>112.</enum><header>Description of Capital</header> <subsection id="HD6E947ADBED54E398ADE89386151626D"><enum>(a)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Subject to subsection (c), upon the admission of the State into the Union, the Capital shall consist of the property described in subsection (b) and shall include the principal Federal monuments, the White House, the Capitol Building, the United States Supreme Court Building, and the Federal executive, legislative, and judicial office buildings located adjacent to the Mall and the Capitol Building (as such terms are used in section 8501(a) of title 40, United States Code).</text> </subsection><subsection id="H1878623C4A9B4066BFE9E5F9D6F5E545"><enum>(b)</enum><header>General description</header><text>Upon the admission of the State into the Union, the boundaries of the Capital shall be as follows: Beginning at the intersection of the southern right-of-way of F Street NE and the eastern right-of-way of 2nd Street NE;</text> <paragraph id="HDA3940D63ED449C693ADEC1527D32DC1"><enum>(1)</enum><text>thence south along said eastern right-of-way of 2nd Street NE to its intersection with the northeastern right-of-way of Maryland Avenue NE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H6F0F89A0C3674141BB5F19BDD09EFE64"><enum>(2)</enum><text>thence southwest along said northeastern right-of-way of Maryland Avenue NE to its intersection with the northern right-of-way of Constitution Avenue NE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HF3337018CD8E45C69E2BC323EBAA5BA9"><enum>(3)</enum><text>thence west along said northern right-of-way of Constitution Avenue NE to its intersection with the eastern right-of-way of 1st Street NE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H4226B188AB8A4B0EB00425BB979CD3F2"><enum>(4)</enum><text>thence south along said eastern right-of-way of 1st Street NE to its intersection with the southeastern right-of-way of Maryland Avenue NE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H607E105EE63842D08669B7879D290AD4"><enum>(5)</enum><text>thence northeast along said southeastern right-of-way of Maryland Avenue NE to its intersection with the eastern right-of-way of 2nd Street SE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HC7A62251AAEA4B569A28F74182BFE223"><enum>(6)</enum><text>thence south along said eastern right-of-way of 2nd Street SE to the eastern right-of-way of 2nd Street SE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H4E2BDDA27CD64846A64E66B92E93ED95"><enum>(7)</enum><text>thence south along said eastern right-of-way of 2nd Street SE to its intersection with the northern property boundary of the property designated as Square 760 Lot 803;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H49E2040EC3B84E5382602AB97163CB00"><enum>(8)</enum><text>thence east along said northern property boundary of Square 760 Lot 803 to its intersection with the western right-of-way of 3rd Street SE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H1FA8D458E8BB4344BDFD3A8FC684AF16"><enum>(9)</enum><text>thence south along said western right-of-way of 3rd Street SE to its intersection with the northern right-of-way of Independence Avenue SE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H23D72077685346B7937EC85495A85652"><enum>(10)</enum><text>thence west along said northern right-of-way of Independence Avenue SE to its intersection with the northwestern right-of-way of Pennsylvania Avenue SE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H01CCC360CE40462EA378702D03A1EB17"><enum>(11)</enum><text>thence northwest along said northwestern right-of-way of Pennsylvania Avenue SE to its intersection with the eastern right-of-way of 2nd Street SE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H42450EBA3912418CAD3382915E6E6C30"><enum>(12)</enum><text>thence south along said eastern right-of-way of 2nd Street SE to its intersection with the southern right-of-way of C Street SE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HDF0DE62309EC4442B3471A4F43D089F2"><enum>(13)</enum><text>thence west along said southern right-of-way of C Street SE to its intersection with the eastern right-of-way of 1st Street SE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H5290F72D15894D00A907DADC1DAD3821"><enum>(14)</enum><text>thence south along said eastern right-of-way of 1st Street SE to its intersection with the southern right-of-way of D Street SE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H3A95139740E84C65AA408BE160585F0A"><enum>(15)</enum><text>thence west along said southern right-of-way of D Street SE to its intersection with the eastern right-of-way of South Capitol Street;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H9061E0AEF0AC401583C0C464A42BD7A2"><enum>(16)</enum><text>thence south along said eastern right-of-way of South Capitol Street to its intersection with the northwestern right-of-way of Canal Street SE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H76972EBA6AD9462FA5E564198A4E63A7"><enum>(17)</enum><text>thence southeast along said northwestern right-of-way of Canal Street SE to its intersection with the southern right-of-way of E Street SE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HD58BD9DF08D74D27AEE0CD2B0279D356"><enum>(18)</enum><text>thence east along said southern right-of-way of said E Street SE to its intersection with the western right-of-way of 1st Street SE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HEFA91EA06593492BA4F91BB5C67294A0"><enum>(19)</enum><text>thence south along said western right-of-way of 1st Street SE to its intersection with the southernmost corner of the property designated as Square 736S Lot 801;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H2E83B5A9F4324AADBB1A7D021A9BD4A5"><enum>(20)</enum><text>thence west along a line extended due west from said corner of said property designated as Square 736S Lot 801 to its intersection with the southwestern right-of-way of New Jersey Avenue SE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H44C1B40120F54A26BB63FEBC1EDCAE44"><enum>(21)</enum><text>thence southeast along said southwestern right-of-way of New Jersey Avenue SE to its intersection with the northwestern right-of-way of Virginia Avenue SE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HBC8607B9FDA14A5DAF7ED4FE18D1ADCB"><enum>(22)</enum><text>thence northwest along said northwestern right-of-way of Virginia Avenue SE to its intersection with the western right-of-way of South Capitol Street;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H431A3CFE83734B85B9261E50E95DB185"><enum>(23)</enum><text>thence north along said western right-of-way of South Capitol Street to its intersection with the southern right-of-way of E Street SW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H6441AF41F5F2434CB858C4495BF3F7E8"><enum>(24)</enum><text>thence west along said southern right-of-way of E Street SW to its end;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H9D8CD2C91F0248D49ED683FE9DB3B76B"><enum>(25)</enum><text>thence west along a line extending said southern right-of-way of E Street SW westward to its intersection with the eastern right-of-way of 2nd Street SW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H5CF42FB6D1CF4D1DAFE84FB21253DC8E"><enum>(26)</enum><text>thence north along said eastern right-of-way of 2nd Street SW to its intersection with the southwestern right-of-way of Virginia Avenue SW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H990A7D770F4B4AA081461B9F460BAE42"><enum>(27)</enum><text>thence northwest along said southwestern right-of-way of Virginia Avenue SW to its intersection with the western right-of-way of 3rd Street SW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H0738002A8CF34CE0B0A7079162F96117"><enum>(28)</enum><text>thence north along said western right-of-way of 3rd Street SW to its intersection with the northern right-of-way of D Street SW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H8D028BDC017549C89B46E2C753C2818F"><enum>(29)</enum><text>thence west along said northern right-of-way of D Street SW to its intersection with the eastern right-of-way of 4th Street SW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H6D3A7A520E5C41BF922A9494461236EB"><enum>(30)</enum><text>thence north along said eastern right-of-way of 4th Street SW to its intersection with the northern right-of-way of C Street SW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HFDF4ED5787F74807B584BFCF667FCF61"><enum>(31)</enum><text>thence west along said northern right-of-way of C Street SW to its intersection with the eastern right-of-way of 6th Street SW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HB618ED0355E1436B999D00AF9E5B434A"><enum>(32)</enum><text>thence north along said eastern right-of-way of 6th Street SW to its intersection with the northern right-of-way of Independence Avenue SW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H27ABD50A21EE483D9B895C40FC6A8FD6"><enum>(33)</enum><text>thence west along said northern right-of-way of Independence Avenue SW to its intersection with the western right-of-way of 12th Street SW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H52231EB0C1D9417F8D7346EC88FAE722"><enum>(34)</enum><text>thence south along said western right-of-way of 12th Street SW to its intersection with the northern right-of-way of D Street SW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H6D5981250F46479B83C02C16DCF45B93"><enum>(35)</enum><text>thence west along said northern right-of-way of D Street SW to its intersection with the eastern right-of-way of 14th Street SW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H7CA5AF3F878941669216E66F660FE615"><enum>(36)</enum><text>thence south along said eastern right-of-way of 14th Street SW to its intersection with the northeastern boundary of the Consolidated Rail Corporation railroad easement;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H254F3CA0F7AE47EE8BB6AEAE8369EC09"><enum>(37)</enum><text>thence southwest along said northeastern boundary of the Consolidated Rail Corporation railroad easement to its intersection with the eastern shore of the Potomac River;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H35C17B18A5C94D70846023A0B51A7DE1"><enum>(38)</enum><text>thence generally northwest along said eastern shore of the Potomac River to its intersection with a line extending westward the northern boundary of the property designated as Square 12 Lot 806;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HE76405BF9BF440488B97BA693D1053A3"><enum>(39)</enum><text>thence east along said line extending westward the northern boundary of the property designated as Square 12 Lot 806 to the northern property boundary of the property designated as Square 12 Lot 806, and continuing east along said northern boundary of said property designated as Square 12 Lot 806 to its northeast corner;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HBB852CC3DF464FCBA2AF5111200AFD5F"><enum>(40)</enum><text>thence east along a line extending east from said northeast corner of the property designated as Square 12 Lot 806 to its intersection with the western boundary of the property designated as Square 33 Lot 87;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H1C6197C2786E44589DF02F8C28A9A665"><enum>(41)</enum><text>thence south along said western boundary of the property designated as Square 33 Lot 87 to its intersection with the northwest corner of the property designated as Square 33 Lot 88;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H351ACA2F4FB9483FBA757DEEA7432546"><enum>(42)</enum><text>thence counter-clockwise around the boundary of said property designated as Square 33 Lot 88 to its southeast corner, which is along the northern right-of-way of E Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HF6097CB3ECD848429D1CDA8996650D32"><enum>(43)</enum><text>thence east along said northern right-of-way of E Street NW to its intersection with the western right-of-way of 18th Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HFA3BFBC842E2484B9FC11473B5B84292"><enum>(44)</enum><text>thence south along said western right-of-way of 18th Street NW to its intersection with the southwestern right-of-way of Virginia Avenue NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HF18472E18BBB4123ACD11B0364B2701A"><enum>(45)</enum><text>thence southeast along said southwestern right-of-way of Virginia Avenue NW to its intersection with the northern right-of-way of Constitution Avenue NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H1AA0F1FDA23E43EAAE61E46226821CDE"><enum>(46)</enum><text>thence east along said northern right-of-way of Constitution Avenue NW to its intersection with the eastern right-of-way of 17th Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H34CCE2B8BDCC4537A6A99F4816303037"><enum>(47)</enum><text>thence north along said eastern right-of-way of 17th Street NW to its intersection with the southern right-of-way of H Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H0FB5C77C71244C788DE8CD4F19010088"><enum>(48)</enum><text>thence east along said southern right-of-way of H Street NW to its intersection with the northwest corner of the property designated as Square 221 Lot 35;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HB639AF7249EB4B088ECDDA68A4FB6CCB"><enum>(49)</enum><text>thence counter-clockwise around the boundary of said property designated as Square 221 Lot 35 to its southeast corner, which is along the boundary of the property designated as Square 221 Lot 37;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H149581166CE846688D93307F8ED8B981"><enum>(50)</enum><text>thence counter-clockwise around the boundary of said property designated as Square 221 Lot 37 to its southwest corner, which it shares with the property designated as Square 221 Lot 818;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H1DE208DBB51D45399478DAB80FBDB19F"><enum>(51)</enum><text>thence south along the boundary of said property designated as Square 221 Lot 818 to its southwest corner, which it shares with the property designated as Square 221 Lot 40;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H5A60D48865C44D2BA73B9F43D06D8D2F"><enum>(52)</enum><text>thence south along the boundary of said property designated as Square 221 Lot 40 to its southwest corner;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H90F06A8E2A3A4A5CBC896BE8FFB1581C"><enum>(53)</enum><text>thence east along the southern border of said property designated as Square 221 Lot 40 to its intersection with the northwest corner of the property designated as Square 221 Lot 820;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HBD508B8D970E4D739781BED831958F2F"><enum>(54)</enum><text>thence south along the western boundary of said property designated as Square 221 Lot 820 to its southwest corner, which it shares with the property designated as Square 221 Lot 39;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HD951E0548A7A4D72ADB6DEF1A5625F94"><enum>(55)</enum><text>thence south along the western boundary of said property designated as Square 221 Lot 39 to its southwest corner, which is along the northern right-of-way of Pennsylvania Avenue NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HD25CD54BDF6549628FA1D9BA8436A6BF"><enum>(56)</enum><text>thence east along said northern right-of-way of Pennsylvania Avenue NW to its intersection with the western right-of-way of 15th Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H0200228A474F4B18B91D3EFB97F03828"><enum>(57)</enum><text>thence south along said western right-of-way of 15th Street NW to its intersection with a line extending northwest from the southern right-of-way of the portion of Pennsylvania Avenue NW north of Pershing Square;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H11BD76D562AE4DBF8863C93DB5E1C104"><enum>(58)</enum><text>thence southeast along said line extending the southern right-of-way of Pennsylvania Avenue NW to the southern right-of-way of Pennsylvania Avenue NW, and continuing southeast along said southern right-of-way of Pennsylvania Avenue NW to its intersection with the western right-of-way of 14th Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H02D4289949A04CA384DEC7C28CC1E6E1"><enum>(59)</enum><text>thence south along said western right-of-way of 14th Street NW to its intersection with a line extending west from the southern right-of-way of D Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H25BFA297D7A64BA288AD0DEA8E6B4C03"><enum>(60)</enum><text>thence east along said line extending west from the southern right-of-way of D Street NW to the southern right-of-way of D Street NW, and continuing east along said southern right-of-way of D Street NW to its intersection with the eastern right-of-way of 13½ Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H9412950717934A0E88F9220E892639AC"><enum>(61)</enum><text>thence north along said eastern right-of-way of 13½ Street NW to its intersection with the southern right-of-way of Pennsylvania Avenue NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H2F5C209BFB0546D5BDCFEF049675DDFD"><enum>(62)</enum><text>thence east and southeast along said southern right-of-way of Pennsylvania Avenue NW to its intersection with the western right-of-way of 12th Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H67EA5989FE9040D180AC532A643F9AD3"><enum>(63)</enum><text>thence south along said western right-of-way of 12th Street NW to its intersection with a line extending to the west the southern boundary of the property designated as Square 324 Lot 809;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HCD821C3F6C7A41958ACA063A1B08DCD7"><enum>(64)</enum><text>thence east along said line to the southwest corner of said property designated as Square 324 Lot 809, and continuing northeast along the southern boundary of said property designated as Square 324 Lot 809 to its eastern corner, which it shares with the property designated as Square 323 Lot 802;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H0FC6DBD02F4A45ACA2377152F91B19FC"><enum>(65)</enum><text>thence east along the southern boundary of said property designated as Square 323 Lot 802 to its southeast corner, which it shares with the property designated as Square 324 Lot 808;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HA75F5A3F93CC4C08AE9EC13F96D9E9CD"><enum>(66)</enum><text>thence counter-clockwise around the boundary of said property designated as Square 324 Lot 808 to its northeastern corner, which is along the southern right-of-way of Pennsylvania Avenue NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H9C857C6D43B04F0DB5F6EAD877A7192E"><enum>(67)</enum><text>thence southeast along said southern right-of-way of Pennsylvania Avenue NW to its intersection with the eastern right-of-way of 4th Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H9A7B5D383CEE4D88852D3A3E65FF4BC7"><enum>(68)</enum><text>thence north along a line extending north from said eastern right-of-way of 4th Street NW to its intersection with the southern right-of-way of C Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H905F5D3127614D5599ACBB94ACC715A0"><enum>(69)</enum><text>thence east along said southern right-of-way of C Street NW to its intersection with the eastern right-of-way of 3rd Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H7E90A2CCAA064725A886D78E08F19826"><enum>(70)</enum><text>thence north along said eastern right-of-way of 3rd Street NW to its intersection with the southern right-of-way of D Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H52C81456E8F842DBA59D560072206F78"><enum>(71)</enum><text>thence east along said southern right-of-way of D Street NW to its intersection with the western right-of-way of 1st Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H45FAD87468D14C9CB81E70E4363FE5E9"><enum>(72)</enum><text>thence south along said western right-of-way of 1st Street NW to its intersection with the northern right-of-way of C Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H719FD2D96C764A489A88717A5398138A"><enum>(73)</enum><text>thence west along said northern right-of-way of C Street NW to its intersection with the western right-of-way of 2nd Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H3A3EAC9FD8954F51B6ACECB43E28552D"><enum>(74)</enum><text>thence south along said western right-of-way of 2nd Street NW to its intersection with the northern right-of-way of Constitution Avenue NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HA25D49999B5F4103B8A08F222CDDABA6"><enum>(75)</enum><text>thence east along said northern right-of-way of Constitution Avenue NW to its intersection with the northeastern right-of-way of Louisiana Avenue NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H5DB30E5C227F437BB0F2EEF95AF79008"><enum>(76)</enum><text>thence northeast along said northeastern right-of-way of Louisiana Avenue NW to its intersection with the southwestern right-of-way of New Jersey Avenue NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HFD37FA541BE84C79BE3779D79DB88061"><enum>(77)</enum><text>thence northwest along said southwestern right-of-way of New Jersey Avenue NW to its intersection with the northern right-of-way of D Street NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HEEC86B6D628F40F885AA877324F880F2"><enum>(78)</enum><text>thence east along said northern right-of-way of D Street NW to its intersection with the northeastern right-of-way of Louisiana Avenue NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HD9C24144F67142FBBBE096483D71D63C"><enum>(79)</enum><text>thence northeast along said northwestern right-of-way of Louisiana Avenue NW to its intersection with the western right-of-way of North Capitol Street;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HA99892591A164988960230474F396AB0"><enum>(80)</enum><text>thence north along said western right-of-way of North Capitol Street to its intersection with the southwestern right-of-way of Massachusetts Avenue NW;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H03AFA408137742B8938BA7077840AA65"><enum>(81)</enum><text>thence southeast along said southwestern right-of-way of Massachusetts Avenue NW to the southwestern right-of-way of Massachusetts Avenue NE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H47027A28E70C44EF97A6ADD4A35EF7E9"><enum>(82)</enum><text>thence southeast along said southwestern right-of-way of Massachusetts Avenue NE to the southern right-of-way of Columbus Circle NE;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HFB16F088FBD946A2AEADE37FEB67A898"><enum>(83)</enum><text>thence counter-clockwise along said southern right-of-way of Columbus Circle NE to its intersection with the southern right-of way of F Street NE; and</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H075E26CEFC31482AB301CBCF4FF4180B"><enum>(84)</enum><text>thence east along said southern right-of-way of F Street NE to the point of beginning.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H4EAAC15F624F4BD78CBDCFFA6895FC58"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Exclusion of building serving as State capitol</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Notwithstanding any other provision of this section, after the admission of the State into the Union, the Capital shall not be considered to include the building known as the <quote>John A. Wilson Building</quote>, as described and designated under section 601(a) of the Omnibus Spending Reduction Act of 1993 (sec. 10–1301(a), D.C. Official Code).</text> </subsection></section><section id="H3A02C604A9FD4BF7BD170AB6469F1CF8"><enum>113.</enum><header>Retention of title to property</header> <subsection id="H9C775FD212CC4B568007BE0125A0AA6C"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Retention of Federal title</header><text>The United States shall have and retain title to, or jurisdiction over, for purposes of administration and maintenance, all real and personal property with respect to which the United States holds title or jurisdiction for such purposes on the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H622A024826594AABB8F17E6002F4E1C2"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Retention of State title</header><text>The State shall have and retain title to, or jurisdiction over, for purposes of administration and maintenance, all real and personal property with respect to which the District of Columbia holds title or jurisdiction for such purposes on the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection></section><section id="H52F31C6019EC4780937DD027058FEDF0"><enum>114.</enum><header>Effect of admission on current laws of seat of Government of United States</header><text display-inline="no-display-inline">Except as otherwise provided in this Act, the laws of the District of Columbia which are in effect on the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union (without regard to whether such laws were enacted by Congress or by the District of Columbia) shall apply in the Capital in the same manner and to the same extent beginning on the date of the admission of the State into the Union, and shall be deemed laws of the United States which are applicable only in or to the Capital.</text> </section><section id="H16444F1A54A045D59D852D94D4D72BE7" section-type="subsequent-section"><enum>115.</enum><header>Capital National Guard</header> <subsection id="H948CC281C9C04077BD92AC8DAE17AC15"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Establishment</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Title 32, United States Code, is amended as follows:</text> <paragraph id="H5DAC1281C269454F82C24844076D6DAE"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Definitions</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In paragraphs (4), (6), and (19) of section 101, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> each place it appears and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H7E95D5DE1F2A4976A128A4E14103DA97"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Branches and organizations</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 103, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HEB5F304351E6431FAF1592A897414C35"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Units: location; organization; command</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In subsections (c) and (d) of section 104, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> both places it appears and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H2E44FBF3243A44D48B98BC7D892341ED"><enum>(4)</enum><header>Availability of appropriations</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 107(b), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph commented="no" id="HC6162DD37E9743A8A474FA80E054C03B"><enum>(5)</enum><header>Maintenance of other troops</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In subsections (a), (b), and (c) of section 109, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> each place it appears and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HA5A4EAF724C34FA0A39488C51C9C855D"><enum>(6)</enum><header>Drug interdiction and counter-drug activities</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 112(h)—</text> <subparagraph id="H6C1D4272D5E648B0A7B5350631ECE333"><enum>(A)</enum><text>by striking <quote>District of Columbia,</quote> both places it appears and inserting <quote>Capital,</quote>; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HD38A6938249B4076A93C5F5476472469"><enum>(B)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">in paragraph (2), by striking <quote>National Guard of the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital National Guard</quote>.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H16B66E95FC0C42DB878C86F3523EC78F"><enum>(7)</enum><header>Enlistment oath</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 304, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H57D7F3BDBDC04D498A137AC041EEF21C"><enum>(8)</enum><header>Adjutants general</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 314, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> each place it appears and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H0F109ECCEF3E4CE2B296D33921443DDD"><enum>(9)</enum><header>Detail of regular members of Army and Air Force to duty with National Guard</header><text>In section 315, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> each place it appears and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H3DF96335D6FA4C01920C73A852B7813C"><enum>(10)</enum><header>Discharge of officers; termination of appointment</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 324(b), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H9A83D13D243F4607909F9E1C9491B7F7"><enum>(11)</enum><header>Relief from National Guard duty when ordered to active duty</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In subsections (a) and (b) of section 325, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> each place it appears and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H9B849649C6BC4ACB9CB114AB1A8D3A7B"><enum>(12)</enum><header>Courts-martial of National Guard not in Federal service: composition, jurisdiction, and procedures; convening authority</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In sections 326 and 327, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> each place it appears and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H53D00E5C05CF47D09DED9057F1415414"><enum>(13)</enum><header>Active Guard and Reserve duty: Governor's authority</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 328(a), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H31D463BC8E674961AB9019346336B270"><enum>(14)</enum><header>Training generally</header><text>In section 501(b), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HBBC89B6EA1044588956ADF1472FE64B3"><enum>(15)</enum><header>Participation in field exercises</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 503(b), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H4D014E5C54634CEF8CF635691157C512"><enum>(16)</enum><header>National Guard schools and small arms competitions</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 504(b), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H1EC34196E424481AA97AB36ABDBB7548"><enum>(17)</enum><header>Army and Air Force schools and field exercises</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 505, by striking <quote>National Guard of the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital National Guard</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H3179D5C26CD841E1BA920982E749BAFC"><enum>(18)</enum><header>National Guard Youth Challenge Program</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In subsections (c)(1), (g)(2), (j), (k), and (l)(1) of section 509, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> each place it appears and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H85BCD1A22CA4465DA740F5E6B4F4940D"><enum>(19)</enum><header>Issue of supplies</header><text>In section 702—</text> <subparagraph id="H2B41D827A68443D484062387BBD2B334"><enum>(A)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">in subsection (a), by striking <quote>National Guard of the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital National Guard</quote>; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H40581D73B19A4FC1986CAAB34B337EBB"><enum>(B)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">in subsections (b), (c), and (d), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> each place it appears and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H39662CBAD6E94F40996B9813B924D897"><enum>(20)</enum><header>Purchases of supplies from Army or Air Force</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In subsections (a) and (b) of section 703, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> both places it appears and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H7B7B83A5B1BD4F33AD6F083EE2CDF15E"><enum>(21)</enum><header>Accountability: relief from upon order to active duty</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 704, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HDEA6522AA2CE4DF7B6D2913ADFD8CC99"><enum>(22)</enum><header>Property and fiscal officers</header><text>In section 708—</text> <subparagraph id="H4EDB5795E67F4F66896F64CCDBFCA496"><enum>(A)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">in subsection (a), by striking <quote>National Guard of the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital National Guard</quote>; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H417F13C955CF427E97C969FDA71891B0"><enum>(B)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">in subsection (d), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="HA93F04F0419643F7ACE5CAA4C7A10919"><enum>(23)</enum><header>Accountability for property issued to the National Guard</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In subsections (c), (d), (e), and (f) of section 710, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> each place it appears and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HD11A1BEE8E3B40A89C360C83AB552A76"><enum>(24)</enum><header>Disposition of obsolete or condemned property</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 711, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H2C86186EDBD849FB8ABDF7ECEF3BBF81"><enum>(25)</enum><header>Disposition of proceeds of condemned stores issued to National Guard</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In paragraph (1) of section 712, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HD549553BE49F4AF0BB7DA0DF972A3E2A"><enum>(26)</enum><header>Property loss; personal injury or death</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 715(c), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H57A9423E1C9F49448D75BFE36A79CB09"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Conforming amendments</header> <paragraph id="HBB871B9533EB42E7B3EF0A2A86064257"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Capital defined</header> <subparagraph id="HC85127FA8DFA48DE8363AE225C6E6000"><enum>(A)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Section 101 of title 32, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new paragraph:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="H5797E1040BC64E11B933AD8D26B23C10" style="USC"> <paragraph id="HD38B845750E44474B290560A894A671F"><enum>(20)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline"><quote>Capital</quote> means the area serving as the seat of the Government of the United States, as described in section 112 of the Washington, D.C. Admission Act.</text></paragraph><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HF2E104DA770A46F29CC4F0580D86AE4B"><enum>(B)</enum><header>With regards to Homeland Defense activities</header><text>Section 901 of title 32, United States Code, is amended—</text> <clause id="HF5E04E5810844BB8BA5327847362B5ED"><enum>(i)</enum><text>in paragraph (2), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>; and</text> </clause><clause id="H6CB692BD824D409FB62CA3C3A2A3FF7A"><enum>(ii)</enum><text>by adding at the end the following new paragraph:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="HE13F0C61CB9D4B0684BFB4C42198D777" style="USC"> <paragraph id="HB3E6298CB7BD46AAAF3CC0B42290824B"><enum>(3)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The term <term>Governor</term> means, with respect to the Capital, the commanding general of the Capital National Guard.</text></paragraph><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </clause></subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H97E02873AED541A6AD0A176BB6C64C16"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Title 10, United States Code</header><text>Title 10, United States Code, is amended as follows:</text> <subparagraph id="HBD2D261057944DC9B37772F1093143C5"><enum>(A)</enum><header>Definitions</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 101—</text> <clause id="HA23E35900AEA4B3CBECFAA48926022BA"><enum>(i)</enum><text>in subsection (a), by adding at the end the following new paragraph:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="HF9776660E8C34144896C2629C6F7A2A2" style="USC"> <paragraph id="HC4CCE3C5B4E24C24AA033BD59245B475"><enum>(19)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The term <term>Capital</term> means the area serving as the seat of the Government of the United States, as described in section 112 of the Washington, D.C. Admission Act.</text></paragraph><after-quoted-block>;</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </clause><clause id="H815A1B4F82664F3B82F869FE4EAE2A7C"><enum>(ii)</enum><text>in paragraphs (2) and (4) of subsection (c), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> both places it appears and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>; and</text> </clause><clause id="H040587B7A7844675A960608C805CDD8A"><enum>(iii)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">in subsection (d)(5), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </clause></subparagraph><subparagraph id="HAD523ADD64614CFD8EC848271C84DECE"><enum>(B)</enum><header>Disposition on discharge</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 771a(c), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HA11652931A1F47E5A407B59CAEBE12C4"><enum>(C)</enum><header>TRICARE coverage for certain members of the National Guard and dependents during certain disaster response duty</header><text>In section 1076f—</text> <clause id="H5E551D269AF94DB4A85376727F58E5C9"><enum>(i)</enum><text>in subsections (a) and (c)(1), by striking <quote>with respect to the District of Columbia, the mayor of the District of Columbia</quote> both places it appears and inserting <quote>with respect to the Capital, the commanding general of the Capital National Guard</quote>; and</text> </clause><clause id="HEB98919EDC28441A8739E99A2F492B49"><enum>(ii)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">in subsection (c)(2), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </clause></subparagraph><subparagraph id="H1A7E53D8A0C24084B3A9D8692E981A8F"><enum>(D)</enum><header>Payment of claims: availability of appropriations</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In subparagraph (2)(B) of section 2732, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HFAF3585F1CEC4ECCB5E15858B7DAB834"><enum>(E)</enum><header>Members of Army National Guard: detail as students, observers, and investigators at educational institutions, industrial plants, and hospitals</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 7401(c), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph display-inline="no-display-inline" id="H0DF5CE74C22A4432A46056BAC055B4ED"><enum>(F)</enum><header>Members of Air National Guard: detail as students, observers, and investigators at educational institutions, industrial plants, and hospitals</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 9401(c), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H2B845316C2F747AC8ABE21AB2929C612"><enum>(G)</enum><header>Ready Reserve: failure to satisfactorily perform prescribed training</header><text>In section 10148(b)—</text> <clause id="HCAF636BAB7C14292BE1116D98294B024"><enum>(i)</enum><text>by striking <quote>District of Columbia,</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital,</quote>; and</text> </clause><clause id="HD62D3E1FB54F4E8D8B8AA4C91975570D"><enum>(ii)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">by striking <quote>District of Columbia National Guard</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital National Guard</quote>.</text> </clause></subparagraph><subparagraph id="H0640DEADE83445FDAA6B63E702028101"><enum>(H)</enum><header>Chief of the National Guard Bureau</header><text>In section 10502(a)(1)—</text> <clause id="H13940A93ECFD499C9C04FF96ABC945D9"><enum>(i)</enum><text>by striking <quote>District of Columbia,</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital,</quote>; and</text> </clause><clause id="H82938438EDBB462398BF08AA6BCBC489"><enum>(ii)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">by striking <quote>District of Columbia National Guard</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital National Guard</quote>.</text> </clause></subparagraph><subparagraph id="H37796089657749EF99886315C828346C"><enum>(I)</enum><header>Vice Chief of the National Guard Bureau</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 10505(a)(1)(A)—</text> <clause id="HA54D6479F7424A868E27C6CF724B067E"><enum>(i)</enum><text>by striking <quote>District of Columbia,</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital,</quote>; and</text> </clause><clause id="H535B4BECD0EF4796B2BA39670596BCA7"><enum>(ii)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">by striking <quote>District of Columbia National Guard</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital National Guard</quote>.</text> </clause></subparagraph><subparagraph id="H44333E61FE484EB6AB8D6D49D3274F5D"><enum>(J)</enum><header>Other senior National Guard Bureau officers</header><text>In subparagraphs (A) and (B) of section 10506(a)(1)—</text> <clause id="HF9CC2F40A3094BCDB45F00E4C4C988C8"><enum>(i)</enum><text>by striking <quote>District of Columbia,</quote> both places it appears and inserting <quote>Capital,</quote>; and</text> </clause><clause id="H0FDD1B89ED12497080AF73B65CBE6CF6"><enum>(ii)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">by striking <quote>District of Columbia National Guard</quote> both places it appears and inserting <quote>Capital National Guard</quote>.</text> </clause></subparagraph><subparagraph id="HCD9ECA9865904C53BD824ECBC760FC44"><enum>(K)</enum><header>National Guard Bureau: general provisions</header><text>In section 10508(b)(1), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H1FD13F4B1B1847118040FABBE78F78BF"><enum>(L)</enum><header>Commissioned officers: original appointment; limitation</header><text>In section 12204(b), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HF7647F6E35E743B29341420935D046F6"><enum>(M)</enum><header>Reserve components generally</header><text>In section 12301(b), by striking <quote>District of Columbia National Guard</quote> both places it appears and inserting <quote>Capital National Guard</quote>.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H83579046270547C2B36C503C2AA75784"><enum>(N)</enum><header>National Guard in Federal service: call</header><text>In section 12406—</text> <clause id="HCCE549ED86A848418F6ABD9EAB1679CC"><enum>(i)</enum><text>by striking <quote>District of Columbia,</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital,</quote>; and</text> </clause><clause id="HCAB9720396094C999CD66522F1C0D61E"><enum>(ii)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">by striking <quote>National Guard of the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital National Guard</quote>.</text> </clause></subparagraph><subparagraph id="HA2E5AD6688784BB281E1660291F8B03B"><enum>(O)</enum><header>Result of failure to comply with standards and qualifications</header><text>In section 12642(c), by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H017C2718A2734F9598435C91A65DDF6F"><enum>(P)</enum><header>Limitation on relocation of National Guard units</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In section 18238—</text> <clause id="H11E55FD01ECC4BA0B8EE9AF45E54B979"><enum>(i)</enum><text>by striking <quote>District of Columbia,</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital,</quote>; and</text> </clause><clause id="H45272AFEB9874929ACA5481C869046BB"><enum>(ii)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">by striking <quote>National Guard of the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital National Guard</quote>.</text> </clause></subparagraph></paragraph></subsection></section><section id="HC767038BCFBD488BA61B5E24C888AECF"><enum>116.</enum><header>Termination of legal status of seat of Government of United States as municipal corporation</header><text display-inline="no-display-inline">Notwithstanding section 2 of the Revised Statutes relating to the District of Columbia (sec. 1–102, D.C. Official Code) or any other provision of law codified in subchapter I of chapter 1 of the District of Columbia Official Code, effective upon the date of the admission of the State into the Union, the Capital (or any portion thereof) shall not serve as a government and shall not be a body corporate for municipal purposes.</text> </section></subtitle><subtitle id="HD60173D564D84FF9A9FB1F9FC6FE5F9D"><enum>C</enum><header>General Provisions Relating to Laws of State</header> <section id="H759BE8E90876476EABC2630D6A4B1DC5"><enum>121.</enum><header>Effect of admission on current laws</header> <subsection id="H8D2C9859FEB84B5D9C2E3F58164BAFEA"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Legislative power</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The legislative power of the State shall extend to all rightful subjects of legislation in the State, consistent with the Constitution of the United States (including the restrictions and limitations imposed upon the States by article I, section 10) and subject to the provisions of this Act.</text> </subsection><subsection id="HAF1915373823438B89FE89F03FC7CACC"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Continuation of authority and duties of members of executive, legislative, and judicial offices</header><text>Upon the admission of the State into the Union, members of executive, legislative, and judicial offices of the District of Columbia shall be deemed members of the respective executive, legislative, and judicial offices of the State, as provided by the State Constitution and the laws of the State.</text> </subsection><subsection id="HB604391F20F147D1A4BFCE79DC7FEE59"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Treatment of Federal laws</header><text>To the extent that any law of the United States applies to the States generally, the law shall have the same force and effect in the State as elsewhere in the United States, except as such law may otherwise provide.</text> </subsection><subsection id="HD0E7A77A133E4C6981E9830FDE3EB76B"><enum>(d)</enum><header>No effect on existing contracts</header><text>Nothing in the admission of the State into the Union shall affect any obligation under any contract or agreement under which the District of Columbia or the United States is a party, as in effect on the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H5A45B5E127424E57B20E469E8108F39B"><enum>(e)</enum><header>Succession in interstate compacts</header><text>The State shall be deemed to be the successor to the District of Columbia for purposes of any interstate compact which is in effect on the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection><subsection id="HC2D9E21748E94E7982A649EE2276ABD0"><enum>(f)</enum><header>Continuation of service of Federal members on boards and commissions</header><text>Nothing in the admission of the State into the Union shall affect the authority of a representative of the Federal Government who, as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union, is a member of a board or commission of the District of Columbia to serve as a member of such board or commission or as a member of a successor to such board or commission after the admission of the State into the Union, as may be provided by the State Constitution and the laws of the State.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H78EAC016360E43DD89D1CFA6E04FD3BC"><enum>(g)</enum><header>Special rule regarding enforcement authority of United States Capitol Police, United States Park Police, and United States Secret Service Uniformed Division</header><text>The United States Capitol Police, the United States Park Police, and the United States Secret Service Uniformed Division may not enforce any law of the State in the State, except to the extent authorized by the State. Nothing in this subsection may be construed to affect the authority of the United States Capitol Police, the United States Park Police, and the United States Secret Service Uniformed Division to enforce any law in the Capital.</text> </subsection></section><section id="HA9FC19CCDD57480AB55FD811D9774A10"><enum>122.</enum><header>Pending actions and proceedings</header> <subsection id="H38076EF57C4249039E3569A34DF60127"><enum>(a)</enum><header>State as legal successor to District of Columbia</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The State shall be the legal successor to the District of Columbia in all matters.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H72B4B36ADE574D83B00CDDFACA1F33AD"><enum>(b)</enum><header>No effect on pending proceedings</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">All existing writs, actions, suits, judicial and administrative proceedings, civil or criminal liabilities, prosecutions, judgments, sentences, orders, decrees, appeals, causes of action, claims, demands, titles, and rights shall continue unaffected by the admission of the State into the Union with respect to the State or the United States, except as may be provided under this Act, as may be modified in accordance with the provisions of the State Constitution, and as may be modified by the laws of the State or the United States, as the case may be.</text> </subsection></section><section id="HF469A98DDFEC4E1EB687899CCC10B4AD"><enum>123.</enum><header>Limitation on authority to tax Federal property</header><text display-inline="no-display-inline">The State may not impose any tax on any real or personal property owned or acquired by the United States, except to the extent that Congress may permit.</text> </section><section id="HD826BF9D45394470B8AB52E49BD587D8"><enum>124.</enum><header>United States nationality</header><text display-inline="no-display-inline">No provision of this Act shall operate to confer United States nationality, to terminate nationality lawfully acquired, or to restore nationality terminated or lost under any law of the United States or under any treaty to which the United States is or was a party.</text> </section></subtitle><enum>II</enum><header>Interests of Federal Government</header> <subtitle id="H2B96C84F511E4F0096247B4494E51FD1"><enum>A</enum><header>Federal Property</header> <section id="H258FBA1C4DBD46369F78C308B7C191B3"><enum>201.</enum><header>Treatment of military lands</header> <subsection id="H01C350B02EED490EBDEB02161321C0CA"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Reservation of Federal authority</header> <paragraph id="H734E6F7763CC49EC9ED9785B9D7868FD"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Subject to paragraph (2) and subsection (b) and notwithstanding the admission of the State into the Union, authority is reserved in the United States for the exercise by Congress of the power of exclusive legislation in all cases whatsoever over such tracts or parcels of land located in the State that, on the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union, are controlled or owned by the United States and held for defense or Coast Guard purposes.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H06D1DB6209284330983FD3E35A3A2EB3"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Limitation on authority</header><text>The power of exclusive legislation described in paragraph (1) shall vest and remain in the United States only so long as the particular tract or parcel of land involved is controlled or owned by the United States and held for defense or Coast Guard purposes.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H503AE1815E3C4B11B1918187E20BCADD"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Authority of State</header> <paragraph id="H971D43E5F0B14F7CA07B81DB64C9ED6D"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text>The reservation of authority in the United States under subsection (a) shall not operate to prevent such tracts or parcels of land from being a part of the State, or to prevent the State from exercising over or upon such lands, concurrently with the United States, any jurisdiction which it would have in the absence of such reservation of authority and which is consistent with the laws hereafter enacted by Congress pursuant to such reservation of authority.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H843ED3FCCF404090BF406A1114EEB4F9"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Service of process</header><text>The State shall have the right to serve civil or criminal process in such tracts or parcels of land in which the authority of the United States is reserved under subsection (a) in suits or prosecutions for or on account of rights acquired, obligations incurred, or crimes committed in the State but outside of such lands.</text> </paragraph></subsection></section><section id="HBF121B818D0B4CE09C6ED02FD8236366"><enum>202.</enum><header>Waiver of claims to Federal property</header> <subsection id="HBA4F8DC6FDF042F4B37EE8FFDB539CDE"><enum>(a)</enum><header>In general</header><text>As a compact with the United States, the State and its people disclaim all right and title to any real or personal property not granted or confirmed to the State by or under the authority of this Act, the right or title to which is held by the United States or subject to disposition by the United States.</text> </subsection><subsection id="HF461BC24597748B78B7866E517EFD3C8"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Effect on claims against United States</header> <paragraph id="HF14891A022954DF682DD37DDDE264163"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Nothing in this Act shall recognize, deny, enlarge, impair, or otherwise affect any claim against the United States, and any such claim shall be governed by applicable laws of the United States.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H6D687947ADFE4CE1B4789103599AF916"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Rule of construction</header><text>Nothing in this Act is intended or shall be construed as a finding, interpretation, or construction by Congress that any applicable law authorizes, establishes, recognizes, or confirms the validity or invalidity of any claim referred to in paragraph (1), and the determination of the applicability to or the effect of any law on any such claim shall be unaffected by anything in this Act.</text> </paragraph></subsection></section></subtitle><subtitle id="H2A85111502DB4433A36E8D8D5B8D671A"><enum>B</enum><header>Federal Courts</header> <section id="H60AE70A928B24C5E932430AC59CDDF74"><enum>211.</enum><header>Residency requirements for certain Federal officials</header> <subsection id="H09AD5553C39A468BBBD96B1651EF6B10"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Circuit judges</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 44(c) of title 28, United States Code, is amended—</text> <paragraph id="H8D5C9D36F7BD47FE88FB3E2B5DEA4B8C"><enum>(1)</enum><text>by striking <quote>Except in the District of Columbia, each</quote> and inserting <quote>Each</quote>; and</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H8A8E96B6576E4E1D989529F8B5C0F1CD"><enum>(2)</enum><text>by striking <quote>within fifty miles of the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>within fifty miles of the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H15A88C08B6D74DE99B3FF841F5848B49"><enum>(b)</enum><header>District judges</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 134(b) of such title is amended in the first sentence by striking <quote>the District of Columbia, the Southern District of New York, and</quote> and inserting <quote>the Southern District of New York and</quote>.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H4EF3FC8F7FD94FDC809B8E19C9E45260"><enum>(c)</enum><header>United States attorneys</header><text>Section 545(a) of such title is amended by striking the first sentence and inserting <quote>Each United States attorney shall reside in the district for which he or she is appointed, except that those officers of the Southern District of New York and the Eastern District of New York may reside within 20 miles thereof.</quote>.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H7FC3B15BFA474AB3937E3DED1C0EB64E"><enum>(d)</enum><header>United States marshals</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 561(e)(1) of such title is amended to read as follows:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="H2CDEACCFC1D74A3DBF24D3680F7C9EF4" style="OLC"> <paragraph id="H51CAC20410954917A16CEC14024BC91C"><enum>(1)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">the marshal for the Southern District of New York may reside within 20 miles of the district; and</text></paragraph><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </subsection><subsection id="HE12F0A9EC4314ECC99799F401A41014D"><enum>(e)</enum><header>Clerks of District Courts</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 751(c) of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia and</quote>.</text> </subsection><subsection commented="no" id="H4F61B4B43A7643C9B92CD468FFD5F20F"><enum>(f)</enum><header>Effective date</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The amendments made by this section shall apply only to individuals appointed after the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection></section><section id="H024CB916EDB14AACB90DE08231BE8A3E"><enum>212.</enum><header>Renaming of Federal courts</header> <subsection id="HE5BF19E105C94FAA8A9D7ADF2D008798"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Renaming</header> <paragraph id="H1A4C8C4417CB4934B734938D9D77345C"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Circuit Court</header><text>Section 41 of title 28, United States Code, is amended—</text> <subparagraph id="HB7BF4BAA017140769889DD91BDC262A4"><enum>(A)</enum><text>in the first column, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HAF3D42A0602549CC999E4BBD9C512127"><enum>(B)</enum><text>in the second column, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital; Washington, Douglass Commonwealth</quote>.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H1B33534A63514186A1AC0CD97D3E09AA"><enum>(2)</enum><header>District Court</header><text>Section 88 of such title is amended—</text> <subparagraph id="H97EB17F27C254189A5AF1DF38CF20D81"><enum>(A)</enum><text>in the heading, by striking <quote><header-in-text level="section" style="USC">District of Columbia</header-in-text></quote> and inserting <quote><header-in-text level="section" style="USC">Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital</header-in-text></quote>;</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H4E8875008BAE40129B117E2407DA0EB3"><enum>(B)</enum><text>by amending the first paragraph to read as follows:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="H103195BE9AFE4B599C3EBDB87FF8B5A3" style="OLC"><list level="paragraph"><list-item>The State of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital comprise one judicial district.</list-item></list><after-quoted-block>; and</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HF2DCCBCC018C40FEAC94C8FE822A40FF"><enum>(C)</enum><text>in the second paragraph, by striking <quote>Washington</quote> and inserting <quote>the Capital</quote>.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H784E7CC170F842BB8010A82EB6B98F88"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Clerical amendment</header><text>The item relating to section 88 in the table of sections of such title is amended to read as follows:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="HE6352F0B672E441181C527EB9853CA49" style="USC"> <toc regeneration="no-regeneration"> <toc-entry level="section">88. Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital</toc-entry></toc><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="HC8CEF0898445480AA353EC4E0D62B67F"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Conforming amendments relating to Court of Appeals</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Title 28, United States Code, is amended as follows:</text> <paragraph id="H5EB42ECED99B4D3992EF81CDDF733CC0"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Appointment of judges</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 44(a) of such title is amended in the first column by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H17338085B6A94558A2124D6B54BF0689"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Terms of Court</header><text>Section 48(a) of such title is amended—</text> <subparagraph id="HA0F98CB8B4F149A093CAB29B0E814307"><enum>(A)</enum><text>in the first column, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>;</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H51213FD38B89457DB9CA3C9450A35306"><enum>(B)</enum><text>in the second column, by striking <quote>Washington</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote> ; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HC3AAAF9D4AE441F69F74F78850BFFA74"><enum>(C)</enum><text>in the second column, by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H039587328B29425FA8C6318D1346368C"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Appointment of independent counsels by chief judge of circuit</header><text>Section 49 of such title is amended by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> each place it appears and inserting <quote>Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H7BAAF81932434698934186A5641FF13B"><enum>(4)</enum><header>Circuit Court jurisdiction over certification of death penalty counsels</header><text>Section 2265(c)(2) of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia Circuit</quote> and inserting <quote>the Capital Circuit</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H081A1D532EE24B548D88FF91E4E418C3"><enum>(5)</enum><header>Circuit Court jurisdiction over review of Federal agency orders</header><text>Section 2343 of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia Circuit</quote> and inserting <quote>the Capital Circuit</quote>.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H31B4D9E6505A499F8F87F3969F40EE7B"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Conforming amendments relating to District Court</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Title 28, United States Code, is amended as follows:</text> <paragraph id="HB09BDC56FE2F401D81716F27D2C59A0E"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Appointment and number of District Court judges</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 133(a) of such title is amended in the first column by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H65F02A75284547A589B2901519E5A6A0"><enum>(2)</enum><header>District Court jurisdiction of tax cases brought against United States</header><text>Section 1346(e) of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H83301AF7E8714DC3884B2186C053147C"><enum>(3)</enum><header>District Court jurisdiction over proceedings for forfeiture of foreign property</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 1355(b)(2) of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H1A389B0918FC489FB2B368ECEF222CE8"><enum>(4)</enum><header>District Court jurisdiction over civil actions brought against a foreign state</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 1391(f)(4) of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H8651A6332D5348E08326C73073D1C5E6"><enum>(5)</enum><header>District Court jurisdiction over actions brought by corporations against United States</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 1402(a)(2) of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HC7BF6A5331904CC1B4DB738264012B93"><enum>(6)</enum><header>Venue in District Court of certain actions brought by employees of Executive Office of the President</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 1413 of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HB2EB2CE2F74F488DA944018E15D91098"><enum>(7)</enum><header>Venue in District Court of action enforcing foreign judgment</header><text>Section 2467(c)(2)(B) of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="HB00F354D2E9B47729D7C86A5B76C7FC3"><enum>(d)</enum><header>Conforming amendments relating to other courts</header><text>Title 28, United States Code, is amended as follows:</text> <paragraph id="H903B5B28F63C46438F523AFF85C31DED"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Appointment of bankruptcy judges</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 152(a)(2) of such title is amended in the first column by striking <quote>District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HDDFFA8AF0B2443339D9990B19DD32437"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Location of Court of Federal Claims</header><text>Section 173 of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HA360B3B3A1324F0E9D70078FF9AE1378"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Duty station of judges of Court of Federal Claims</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 175 of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> each place it appears and inserting <quote>the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H188B9AA8B6434F6EAE9915C8B0DAF577"><enum>(4)</enum><header>Duty station of judges for purposes of traveling expenses</header><text>Section 456(b) of such title is amended to read as follows:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="H8D4DF1E01A5B48B591A440C5A84AA790" style="USC"> <subsection id="HF3AD1894302E4228BDEA6CEB1B705B6F"><enum>(b)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The official duty station of the Chief Justice of the United States, the Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, and the judges of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit shall be the Capital.</text></subsection><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </paragraph><paragraph id="H5BC748A16BF541E1BD5128541B1B3EEC"><enum>(5)</enum><header>Court accommodations for Federal Circuit and Court of Federal Claims</header><text>Section 462(d) of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H93F3B2927A8748269D594B414EFD8CC7"><enum>(6)</enum><header>Places of holding court of Court of Federal Claims</header><text>Section 798(a) of such title is amended—</text> <subparagraph id="H459EC328B3EC4EBAAE53F0DA4D3D83C0"><enum>(A)</enum><text>by striking <quote>Washington, District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>the Capital</quote>; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H3029F2762DAE48B6A3B39402A4800036"><enum>(B)</enum><text>by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>the Capital</quote>.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H2813514E558D49C88A7174656DA1FE87"><enum>(e)</enum><header>Other conforming amendments</header> <paragraph id="H01B578924691497ABC2C99AFE5F8F0B1"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Service of process on foreign parties at State Department office</header><text>Section 1608(a)(4) of such title is amended by striking <quote>Washington, District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H19602E4B5C4D450199096CD1A182FA86"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Service of process in property cases at Attorney General office</header><text>Section 2410(b) of such title is amended by striking <quote>Washington, District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H1066B55B09C443BCBA4994E89EDFF06C"><enum>(f)</enum><header>Definition</header><text>Section 451 of title 28, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new undesignated paragraph:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="HB3426D303591468496C736077BCFC7E6" style="OLC"><list level="paragraph"><list-item>The term <term>Capital</term> means the area serving as the seat of the Government of the United States, as described in section 112 of the Washington, D.C. Admission Act.</list-item></list><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </subsection><subsection id="HA01FD21AAFF34826A7192EE577998D2B"><enum>(g)</enum><header>References in other laws</header><text>Any reference in any Federal law (other than a law amended by this section), rule, or regulation—</text> <paragraph id="H7BEC1EB4F4364659BCAE67D00AA3A7DC"><enum>(1)</enum><text>to the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia shall be deemed to refer to the United States Court of Appeals for the Capital;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HEED30AEA63114C528AD1186D33B8E0AD"><enum>(2)</enum><text>to the District of Columbia Circuit shall be deemed to refer to the Capital Circuit; and</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HB2359116F69241EF928EE83BE291A855"><enum>(3)</enum><text>to the United States District Court for the District of Columbia shall be deemed to refer to the United States District Court for Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H400E10A2D3704CC4ABF6E8838077794A"><enum>(h)</enum><header>Effective date</header><text>This section and the amendments made by this section shall take effect upon the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection></section><section id="H5FCA6445DCE2428198B55DA89509F35B"><enum>213.</enum><header>Conforming amendments relating to Department of Justice</header> <subsection id="H7FFB3C5852B141D286CF6160C30A890C"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Appointment of United States Trustees</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 581(a)(4) of title 28, United States Code, is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>the Capital and Washington, Douglass Commonwealth</quote>.</text> </subsection><subsection id="HBD0FA3E61C3A4F45911A7194D7A00E7F"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Independent counsels</header> <paragraph id="HAA8863586D344F89B52243277427A867"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Appointment of additional personnel</header><text>Section 594(c) of such title is amended—</text> <subparagraph id="HE2029D46F6B048759C268E59EA360D24"><enum>(A)</enum><text>by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> the first place it appears and inserting <quote>Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital</quote>; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HFC0EC4905E1B4DF4BCD379A0EA2FB190"><enum>(B)</enum><text>by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> the second place it appears and inserting <quote>Washington, Douglass Commonwealth</quote>.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H4B6398A2F86D4AF5B5480063FE8DF303"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Judicial review of removal</header><text>Section 596(a)(3) of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H1730782431854CBD841550DBF8427A75"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Effective date</header><text>The amendments made by this section shall take effect upon the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection></section><section id="H9EBBA386F3D0490F9EFDF9AE067DFB17"><enum>214.</enum><header>Treatment of pretrial services in United States District Court</header><text display-inline="no-display-inline">Section 3152 of title 18, United States Code, is amended—</text> <paragraph id="HB76B39864A8F44C3BB93399DEBA3E5A4"><enum>(1)</enum><text>in subsection (a), by striking <quote>(other than the District of Columbia)</quote> and inserting <quote>(subject to subsection (d), other than the District of Columbia)</quote>; and</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H81EABE2F5DC84B60AD3A21F7FBF76439"><enum>(2)</enum><text>by adding at the end the following new subsection:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="H09D632D112E44676AC269B9C0323F910" style="USC"> <subsection id="H25AAA756BE0C44CA86A57A9D70D0F48F"><enum>(d)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In the case of the judicial district of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth and the Capital—</text> <paragraph id="H72E4CE2A25C14F49A5FFD02F2BA66D9B"><enum>(1)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">upon the admission of the State of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth into the Union, the Washington, Douglass Commonwealth Pretrial Services Agency shall continue to provide pretrial services in the judicial district in the same manner and to the same extent as the District of Columbia Pretrial Services Agency provided such services in the judicial district of the District of Columbia as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union; and</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H2753E8AA6E9E40119246FD5A25872FD5"><enum>(2)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">upon the receipt by the President of the certification from the State of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth under section 315(b)(4) of the Washington, D.C. Admission Act that the State has in effect laws providing for the State to provide pre-trial services, paragraph (1) shall no longer apply, and the Director shall provide for the establishment of pretrial services in the judicial district under this section.</text></paragraph></subsection><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </paragraph></section></subtitle><subtitle id="HFD7C8C61CB1A4DF286F6CDB2EFD2077D"><enum>C</enum><header>Federal Elections</header> <section id="H36942821BA0B4951952157C65A962EC4"><enum>221.</enum><header>Permitting individuals residing in Capital to vote in Federal elections in State of most recent domicile</header> <subsection id="HA06B38BD09DA4A3A94D2F2A9D4E4A982"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Requirement for States To permit individuals To vote by absentee ballot</header> <paragraph id="H13DF2CA799B24D5382F6480956E285C8"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Each State shall—</text> <subparagraph id="H10A5EBBB16944EFD9F0CA022513C100C"><enum>(A)</enum><text>permit absent Capital voters to use absentee registration procedures and to vote by absentee ballot in general, special, primary, and runoff elections for Federal office; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HB209DA8D857E4817A64B9AB14ACCA697"><enum>(B)</enum><text>accept and process, with respect to any general, special, primary, or runoff election for Federal office, any otherwise valid voter registration application from an absent Capital voter, if the application is received by the appropriate State election official not less than 30 days before the election.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="HDEFB2042D7974DA2B80565730DBFE3F3"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Absent Capital voter defined</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In this section, the term <term>absent Capital voter</term> means, with respect to a State, a person who resides in the Capital and is qualified to vote in the State (or who would be qualified to vote in the State but for residing in the Capital), but only if the State is the last place in which the person was domiciled before residing in the Capital.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H0627FFC2F4D94C88B1893F94B47D1D49"><enum>(3)</enum><header>State defined</header><text>In this section, the term <term>State</term> means each of the several States, including the State.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="HBF45182CA9E84C5696210BD5A7FE27BF"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Recommendations to States To maximize access to polls by absent Capital voters</header><text>To afford maximum access to the polls by absent Capital voters, it is the sense of Congress that the States should—</text> <paragraph id="H1B78AF0578C54882A28D4AC0350AE9BE"><enum>(1)</enum><text>waive registration requirements for absent Capital voters who, by reason of residence in the Capital, do not have an opportunity to register;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H92025E7D7CD64FED9A34C31006CE17A7"><enum>(2)</enum><text>expedite processing of balloting materials with respect to such individuals; and</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HC8DD9D2DD18C4BC2B616CA82C182BEA3"><enum>(3)</enum><text>assure that absentee ballots are mailed to such individuals at the earliest opportunity.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H1E626195CE9A438992E257FC530031C0"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Enforcement</header><text>The Attorney General may bring a civil action in the appropriate district court of the United States for such declaratory or injunctive relief as may be necessary to carry out this section.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H17639CDFD07C439BBC87954487A03CF6"><enum>(d)</enum><header>Effect on certain other laws</header><text>The exercise of any right under this section shall not affect, for purposes of a Federal tax, a State tax, or a local tax, the residence or domicile of a person exercising such right.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H639EFDDD2C9D4B928BCD153E9DA4BDF7"><enum>(e)</enum><header>Effective date</header><text>This section shall take effect upon the date of the admission of the State into the Union, and shall apply with respect to elections for Federal office taking place on or after such date.</text> </subsection></section><section id="HCC81F235F7354F72B979F4E219B0CE5D"><enum>222.</enum><header>Repeal of Office of District of Columbia Delegate</header> <subsection id="H1584D51428544690922A006C41A19372"><enum>(a)</enum><header>In General</header><text>Sections 202 and 204 of the District of Columbia Delegate Act (<external-xref legal-doc="public-law" parsable-cite="pl/91/405">Public Law 91–405</external-xref>; sections 1–401 and 1–402, D.C. Official Code) are repealed, and the provisions of law amended or repealed by such sections are restored or revived as if such sections had not been enacted.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H260FB8EE70BD498DAD7959FEB70B298C"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Conforming Amendments to District of Columbia Elections Code of 1955</header><text>The District of Columbia Elections Code of 1955 is amended—</text> <paragraph id="HD8115BB47A054D7FAA39EA30BFCFE69C"><enum>(1)</enum><text>in section 1 (sec. 1–1001.01, D.C. Official Code), by striking <quote>the Delegate to the House of Representatives,</quote>;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H270EE396435346FD8D7488B73CD5C9E8"><enum>(2)</enum><text>in section 2 (sec. 1–1001.02, D.C. Official Code)—</text> <subparagraph id="H769102017737420BBBDF7E070C3B6692"><enum>(A)</enum><text>by striking paragraph (6),</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H663DC209BA244ADD90332FA355C1DC03"><enum>(B)</enum><text>in paragraph (12), by striking <quote>(except the Delegate to Congress for the District of Columbia)</quote>, and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H2AB47CBFB0C6421D92730EB86BA4D218"><enum>(C)</enum><text>in paragraph (13), by striking <quote>the Delegate to Congress for the District of Columbia,</quote>;</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="HDEAB9BDF56B44B13AC3A86A416432DE7"><enum>(3)</enum><text>in section 8 (sec. 1–1001.08, D.C. Official Code)—</text> <subparagraph id="HB95DE3C30A584A2AA88A4BE174E13258"><enum>(A)</enum><text>by striking <quote>Delegate,</quote> in the heading, and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H36C9C5D076024C83ADCA7139E2106347"><enum>(B)</enum><text>by striking <quote>Delegate,</quote> each place it appears in subsections (d), (h)(1)(A), (h)(2), (i)(1), (j)(1), (j)(3), and (k)(3);</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H855ACB6745C34ACF97B6D1243B2C6A37"><enum>(4)</enum><text>in section 10 (sec. 1–1001.10, D.C. Official Code)—</text> <subparagraph id="H2A17F7BB27EF423AA778D328671BCA5D"><enum>(A)</enum><text>by striking subparagraph (A) of subsection (a)(3), and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HED8D8F6914AC4E3C85D7BDA54FF6D1CF"><enum>(B)</enum><text>in subsection (d)—</text> <clause id="H8C7F3DDFABFA443395788B9F04C5B835"><enum>(i)</enum><text>by striking <quote>Delegate,</quote> each place it appears in paragraph (1), and</text> </clause><clause id="HB34BA533E719481D93F7CBEAD1B22DBB"><enum>(ii)</enum><text>by striking paragraph (2) and redesignating paragraph (3) as paragraph (2);</text> </clause></subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="HCDCFBF0E37C3462D92782E4C3D9A0CFB"><enum>(5)</enum><text>in section 11(a)(2) (sec. 1–1001.11(a)(2), D.C. Official Code), by striking <quote>Delegate to the House of Representatives,</quote>;</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HAF7A1BFF8DFD49948011D74D3522BD75"><enum>(6)</enum><text>in section 15(b) (sec. 1–1001.15(b), D.C. Official Code), by striking <quote>Delegate,</quote>; and</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HD21D69C800CC4227BCD60E16B6A849F7"><enum>(7)</enum><text>in section 17(a) (sec. 1–1001.17(a), D.C. Official Code), by striking <quote>except the Delegate to the Congress from the District of Columbia</quote>.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H5945E54CED2042679B53EE4DC264B37D"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Effective Date</header><text>The amendments made by this section shall take effect upon the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection></section><section id="HD76DEA4B85004594B6D852D65B9B0243"><enum>223.</enum><header>Repeal of law providing for participation of seat of government in election of President and Vice-President</header> <subsection id="HBE00FBA079F0421E9371F10D869C92A1"><enum>(a)</enum><header>In general</header><text><external-xref legal-doc="usc-chapter" parsable-cite="usc-chapter/3/1">Chapter 1</external-xref> of title 3, United States Code, is amended—</text> <paragraph id="H80FB4EF02D51488AA2191518EDB30674"><enum>(1)</enum><text>by striking section 21; and</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H21B3A32A32554E22B011B7B7D619E501"><enum>(2)</enum><text>in the table of sections, by striking the item relating to section 21.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H87D750864A6E41E392321E2570735E39"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Effective date</header><text>The amendments made by subsection (a) shall take effect upon the date of the admission of the State into the Union, and shall apply to any election of the President and Vice-President taking place on or after such date.</text> </subsection></section><section id="H23D14140818940159DF0F68780AB658D"><enum>224.</enum><header>Expedited procedures for consideration of constitutional amendment repealing 23rd Amendment</header> <subsection id="H0C2FDB87193C45F28C99D94B695DA97E"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Joint resolution described</header><text>In this section, the term <term>joint resolution</term> means a joint resolution—</text> <paragraph id="H3ABBA6D17A594197B12F219BB456F3C5"><enum>(1)</enum><text>entitled <quote>A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to repeal the 23rd article of amendment</quote>; and</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HF9C9FD7AAFBA4B56A30B9DC20115931F"><enum>(2)</enum><text>the matter after the resolving clause of which consists solely of text to amend the Constitution of the United States to repeal the 23rd article of amendment to the Constitution.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H6B3AE1180FC64893B374C96F19B11AA5"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Expedited consideration in House of Representatives</header> <paragraph id="H2D7C1F7B4FA1446E8E8F9F9C97F027E2"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Placement on calendar</header><text>Upon introduction in the House of Representatives, the joint resolution shall be placed immediately on the appropriate calendar.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H2F685760862D4243BCEB110267FABC97"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Proceeding to consideration</header> <subparagraph id="HA764B7C802E3411CB6FAB3DB20F00A01"><enum>(A)</enum><header>In general</header><text>It shall be in order, not later than 30 legislative days after the date the joint resolution is introduced in the House of Representatives, to move to proceed to consider the joint resolution in the House of Representatives.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H9AF7044E5B5346EF871DC21212426FC1"><enum>(B)</enum><header>Procedure</header><text>For a motion to proceed to consider the joint resolution—</text> <clause id="H5276E209ED944F1C8CBC16D66A0E90DF"><enum>(i)</enum><text>all points of order against the motion are waived;</text> </clause><clause id="H7182B7B9EB4C43678E691CE3D41FE47F"><enum>(ii)</enum><text>such a motion shall not be in order after the House of Representatives has disposed of a motion to proceed on the joint resolution;</text> </clause><clause id="HE909219FAF904A7A9E75EE5F8A5EA760"><enum>(iii)</enum><text>the previous question shall be considered as ordered on the motion to its adoption without intervening motion;</text> </clause><clause id="HBEE1FCCD41B043AEB50C352AAAD67398"><enum>(iv)</enum><text>the motion shall not be debatable; and</text> </clause><clause id="H27C5D3D7388D46F19C25786C19AF14D5"><enum>(v)</enum><text>a motion to reconsider the vote by which the motion is disposed of shall not be in order.</text> </clause></subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H461D96718EC54ED08983331280328DAF"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Consideration</header><text>When the House of Representatives proceeds to consideration of the joint resolution—</text> <subparagraph id="H429746E7113D4A5F8AC677DFFCBB80D5"><enum>(A)</enum><text>the joint resolution shall be considered as read;</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H662CD4A45CEC468EAAD664F16C575CD3"><enum>(B)</enum><text>all points of order against the joint resolution and against its consideration are waived;</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H0538B1C35FDE45EAAB1971EE2301E63F"><enum>(C)</enum><text>the previous question shall be considered as ordered on the joint resolution to its passage without intervening motion except 10 hours of debate equally divided and controlled by the proponent and an opponent;</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H665477D4C4134A0F8E09B489E10F3AF1"><enum>(D)</enum><text>an amendment to the joint resolution shall not be in order; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HECAFBB45F40A4CC48FE0DDCAC643B44C"><enum>(E)</enum><text>a motion to reconsider the vote on passage of the joint resolution shall not be in order.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph></subsection><subsection id="HF1D45AD8E01A4D5790616DC9DEFEA333"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Expedited consideration in Senate</header> <paragraph id="HD5D02BBCB6B84DF5A7ADEC1B679BBEB1"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Placement on calendar</header><text>Upon introduction in the Senate, the joint resolution shall be placed immediately on the calendar.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H569D105FB8484D48B5E83151F8BD605D"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Proceeding to consideration</header> <subparagraph id="H9928BD4F86D14B24B8389CC69BA208A9"><enum>(A)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Notwithstanding rule XXII of the Standing Rules of the Senate, it is in order, not later than 30 legislative days after the date the joint resolution is introduced in the Senate (even though a previous motion to the same effect has been disagreed to) to move to proceed to the consideration of the joint resolution.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H92E3DFFD65B341A1855F49C18B09D3BC"><enum>(B)</enum><header>Procedure</header><text>For a motion to proceed to the consideration of the joint resolution—</text> <clause id="H27CE199D54034A069E545CBF851AD8D4"><enum>(i)</enum><text>all points of order against the motion are waived;</text> </clause><clause id="H5A54AF1F174D41B392E37AC371DEA523"><enum>(ii)</enum><text>the motion is not debatable;</text> </clause><clause id="HE418731E7CFE4727B8B09C90FE396A95"><enum>(iii)</enum><text>the motion is not subject to a motion to postpone;</text> </clause><clause id="HCCFF6B8E0CF34D48B4F7BC8259FFA63D"><enum>(iv)</enum><text>a motion to reconsider the vote by which the motion is agreed to or disagreed to shall not be in order; and</text> </clause><clause id="HDA4B7B4580CF41A090AF2CCB19121ED8"><enum>(v)</enum><text>if the motion is agreed to, the joint resolution shall remain the unfinished business until disposed of.</text> </clause></subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H38F92B83DFC74698A6FD0CEE9ADBE857"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Floor consideration</header> <subparagraph id="H5D1492F6D8A14296B8527214D3530EA3"><enum>(A)</enum><header>In general</header><text>If the Senate proceeds to consideration of the joint resolution—</text> <clause id="H97165D0BC00A4E36A72D9AA412383D42"><enum>(i)</enum><text>all points of order against the joint resolution (and against consideration of the joint resolution) are waived;</text> </clause><clause id="H1B8FB69DF9864AF38B2FDE8395352325"><enum>(ii)</enum><text>consideration of the joint resolution, and all debatable motions and appeals in connection therewith, shall be limited to not more than 30 hours, which shall be divided equally between the majority and minority leaders or their designees;</text> </clause><clause id="H7D41DFA9ECF24575B94B3CC01C28EEA3"><enum>(iii)</enum><text>a motion further to limit debate is in order and not debatable;</text> </clause><clause id="HF575588F11A04DF5B41AC6A169C664F4"><enum>(iv)</enum><text>an amendment to, a motion to postpone, or a motion to commit the joint resolution is not in order; and</text> </clause><clause id="HAF653A29600C42C1AC3680585ADE6A63"><enum>(v)</enum><text>a motion to proceed to the consideration of other business is not in order.</text> </clause></subparagraph><subparagraph id="H82470670BE16424999DAB99FD368F77E"><enum>(B)</enum><header>Vote on passage</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In the Senate the vote on passage shall occur immediately following the conclusion of the consideration of the joint resolution, and a single quorum call at the conclusion of the debate if requested in accordance with the rules of the Senate.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HE9B20F3DE010458C9CD8E11338198327"><enum>(C)</enum><header>Rulings of the chair on procedure</header><text>Appeals from the decisions of the Chair relating to the application of this subsection or the rules of the Senate, as the case may be, to the procedure relating to the joint resolution shall be decided without debate.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H1D007C0B1BCC44EDB97C76DBF0E0C957"><enum>(d)</enum><header>Rules relating to Senate and House of Representatives</header> <paragraph id="H0B7565B64A8045BC886912A32CB60F7B"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Coordination with action by other House</header><text>If, before the passage by one House of the joint resolution of that House, that House receives from the other House the joint resolution—</text> <subparagraph id="HF4B0FDD496CB4F77965DBBFAA5E38EC9"><enum>(A)</enum><text>the joint resolution of the other House shall not be referred to a committee; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H07229C31F1214ADCA94ED6332EC1942C"><enum>(B)</enum><text>with respect to the joint resolution of the House receiving the resolution—</text> <clause id="HEE06AEB80B194021BF81120D52B84E12"><enum>(i)</enum><text>the procedure in that House shall be the same as if no joint resolution had been received from the other House; and</text> </clause><clause id="H7CEC77C622424302A28ADE6FA906718F"><enum>(ii)</enum><text>the vote on passage shall be on the joint resolution of the other House.</text> </clause></subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="HF046CBBF5F984B2991C9EBF9D850F8F4"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Treatment of joint resolution of other House</header><text>If one House fails to introduce or consider the joint resolution under this section, the joint resolution of the other House shall be entitled to expedited floor procedures under this section.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HB804B0BC9B4E45569C26657C29896C43"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Treatment of companion measures</header><text>If, following passage of the joint resolution in the Senate, the Senate receives the companion measure from the House of Representatives, the companion measure shall not be debatable.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="HCA816C4E7B8A4673832D7E301E6B0B98"><enum>(e)</enum><header>Rules of House of Representatives and Senate</header><text>This section is enacted by Congress—</text> <paragraph id="HF793C3A713084417B35A109E47FCA87C"><enum>(1)</enum><text>as an exercise of the rulemaking power of the Senate and House of Representatives, respectively, and as such is deemed a part of the rules of each House, respectively, but applicable only with respect to the procedure to be followed in that House in the case of the joint resolution, and supersede other rules only to the extent that it is inconsistent with such rules; and</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HDF292CF7C2CB448D8201E23AA7D2B205"><enum>(2)</enum><text>with full recognition of the constitutional right of either House to change the rules (so far as relating to the procedure of that House) at any time, in the same manner, and to the same extent as in the case of any other rule of that House.</text> </paragraph></subsection></section></subtitle><enum>III</enum><header>Continuation of Certain Authorities and Responsibilities</header> <subtitle id="H7F56212BA8664353AE22044A068721A1"><enum>A</enum><header>Employee Benefits</header> <section id="HFC4F908E1D8F4372AF95E189C13639E8"><enum>301.</enum><header>Federal benefit payments under certain retirement programs</header> <subsection id="HBF25FD84A6CA45498559D7CADA6F9093"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Continuation of entitlement to payments</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Any individual who, as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union, is entitled to a Federal benefit payment under the District of Columbia Retirement Protection Act of 1997 (subtitle A of title XI of the National Capital Revitalization and Self-Government Improvement Act of 1997; sec. 1–801.01 et seq., D.C. Official Code) shall continue to be entitled to such a payment after the admission of the State into the Union, in the same manner, to the same extent, and subject to the same terms and conditions applicable under such Act.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H88582D6BF9D24873AC2919EA7BF50047"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Obligations of Federal Government</header> <paragraph id="H449B72CD49AD4246B05D0DD6437B8E63"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Any obligation of the Federal Government under the District of Columbia Retirement Protection Act of 1997 which exists with respect to any individual or with respect to the District of Columbia as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union shall remain in effect with respect to such an individual and with respect to the State after the admission of the State into the Union, in the same manner, to the same extent, and subject to the same terms and conditions applicable under such Act.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HB296F08FE8CD483E9BE562FC630E998D"><enum>(2)</enum><header>D.C. Federal Pension Fund</header><text>Any obligation of the Federal Government under chapter 9 of the District of Columbia Retirement Protection Act of 1997 (sec. 1–817.01 et seq., D.C. Official Code) with respect to the D.C. Federal Pension Fund which exists as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union shall remain in effect with respect to such Fund after the admission of the State into the Union, in the same manner, to the same extent, and subject to the same terms and conditions applicable under such chapter.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="HDDB56471982F4A8E98438DC68AFFE2C5"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Obligations of State</header><text>Any obligation of the District of Columbia under the District of Columbia Retirement Protection Act of 1997 which exists with respect to any individual or with respect to the Federal Government as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union shall become an obligation of the State with respect to such an individual and with respect to the Federal Government after the admission of the State into the Union, in the same manner, to the same extent, and subject to the same terms and conditions applicable under such Act.</text> </subsection></section><section id="HC252A3052C6548B68B97827B74C10CE4"><enum>302.</enum><header>Continuation of Federal civil service benefits for employees first employed prior to establishment of District of Columbia merit personnel system</header> <subsection id="HBD35B29D6658421D95794A702B105B1E"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Obligations of Federal Government</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Any obligation of the Federal Government under title 5, United States Code, which exists with respect to an individual described in subsection (c) or with respect to the District of Columbia as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union shall remain in effect with respect to such individual and with respect to the State after the admission of the State into the Union, in the same manner, to the same extent, and subject to the same terms and conditions applicable under such title.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H1AA97B59DE5A48BD8C772D16105876D5"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Obligations of State</header><text>Any obligation of the District of Columbia under title 5, United States Code, which exists with respect to an individual described in subsection (c) or with respect to the Federal Government as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union shall become an obligation of the State with respect to such individual and with respect to the Federal Government after the admission of the State into the Union, in the same manner, to the same extent, and subject to the same terms and conditions applicable under such title.</text> </subsection><subsection id="HA380EDA5A88645F5B885BF6A8E5C57B8"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Individuals described</header><text>An individual described in this subsection is an individual who was first employed by the government of the District of Columbia before October 1, 1987.</text> </subsection></section><section id="HE6275CE6FB3E437C94B10855E1D7DC6F"><enum>303.</enum><header>Obligations of Federal Government under judges’ retirement program</header> <subsection id="HA8A7A3C51BA444F49080A2EC87EE72D1"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Continuation of obligations</header> <paragraph id="HA695050F8E934D45BB3FB9D647AECEC4"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Any obligation of the Federal Government under subchapter III of <external-xref legal-doc="usc-chapter" parsable-cite="usc-chapter/11/15">chapter 15</external-xref> of title 11, District of Columbia Official Code—</text> <subparagraph id="H2C628F55325E4A9C88206A04B84C1B92"><enum>(A)</enum><text>which exists with respect to any individual and the District of Columbia as the result of service accrued prior to the date of the admission of the State into the Union shall remain in effect with respect to such an individual and with respect to the State after the admission of the State into the Union, in the same manner, to the same extent, and subject to the same terms and conditions applicable under such subchapter; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HD85866E58BF8456CA117CA9D53FBC470"><enum>(B)</enum><text>subject to paragraph (2), shall exist with respect to any individual and the State as the result of service accrued after the date of the admission of the State into the Union in the same manner, to the same extent, and subject to the same terms and conditions applicable under such subchapter as such obligation existed with respect to individuals and the District of Columbia as of the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H8DF287E7FBB84E54A3E53A34B03E5BF6"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Treatment of service accrued after taking effect of State retirement program</header><text>Subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1) does not apply to service accrued on or after the termination date described in subsection (b).</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H64BA37828B114DE4A031E953081D72F3"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Termination date</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The termination date described in this subsection is the date on which the State provides written certification to the President that the State has in effect laws requiring the State to appropriate and make available funds for the retirement of judges of the State.</text> </subsection></section></subtitle><subtitle id="HF22F8A79E9844268B8EB82DC005103CB"><enum>B</enum><header>Agencies</header> <section id="H9C05DA93DB0F4EFA9952814F7680E1A1"><enum>311.</enum><header>Public Defender Service</header> <subsection id="H9D179D6218514179ACBA22CF994972D0"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Continuation of operations and funding</header> <paragraph id="H4CBA5E49B85D4913B33A80A6304270E3"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Except as provided in paragraph (2) and subsection (b), title III of the District of Columbia Court Reform and Criminal Procedure Act of 1970 (sec. 2–1601 et seq., D.C. Official Code) shall apply with respect to the State and to the public defender service of the State after the date of the admission of the State into the Union in the same manner and to the same extent as such title applied with respect to the District of Columbia and the District of Columbia Public Defender Service as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H812CA6F041514520B186E33A89B8208E"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Responsibility for employer contribution</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">For purposes of paragraph (2) of section 305(c) of such Act (sec. 2–1605(c)(2), D.C. Official Code), the Federal Government shall be treated as the employing agency with respect to the benefits provided under such section to an individual who is an employee of the public defender service of the State and who, pursuant to section 305(c) of such Act (sec. 2–1605(c), D.C. Official Code), is treated as an employee of the Federal Government for purposes of receiving benefits under any chapter of subpart G of part III of title 5, United States Code.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H5045F5C90C49480AAE75A293379569B5"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Renaming of Service</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Effective upon the date of the admission of the State into the Union, the State may rename the public defender service of the State.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H2BC258CB784B45B18532D32102ACD6C9"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Continuation of Federal benefits for employees</header> <paragraph id="HF7DDE59FB9224FDDA5CF627FC398DF8A"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Any individual who is an employee of the public defender service of the State as of the day before the date described in subsection (d) and who, pursuant to section 305(c) of the District of Columbia Court Reform and Criminal Procedure Act of 1970 (sec. 2–1605(c), D.C. Official Code), is treated as an employee of the Federal Government for purposes of receiving benefits under any chapter of subpart G of part III of title 5, United States Code, shall continue to be treated as an employee of the Federal Government for such purposes, notwithstanding the termination of the provisions of subsection (a) under subsection (d).</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H1D6DE91BCF08427781361D9D3DA4131A"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Responsibility for employer contribution</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Beginning on the date described in subsection (d), the State shall be treated as the employing agency with respect to the benefits described in paragraph (1) which are provided to an individual who, for purposes of receiving such benefits, is continued to be treated as an employee of the Federal Government under such paragraph.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H6F31B65FD79A4B9E992E0E66EB48DD88"><enum>(d)</enum><header>Termination</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Subsection (a) shall terminate upon the date on which the State provides written certification to the President that the State has in effect laws requiring the State to appropriate and make available funds for the operation of the office of the State which provides the services described in title III of the District of Columbia Court Reform and Criminal Procedure Act of 1970 (sec. 2–1601 et seq., D.C. Official Code).</text> </subsection></section><section id="H92868D34C0B84E2EB72000A0139ADBE9"><enum>312.</enum><header>Prosecutions</header> <subsection id="H0CA6E5C7C3D14872A3590D8F62F65956"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Assignment of Assistant United States attorneys</header> <paragraph id="H5769B84DB8D74887B651F70C40BC68AC"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In accordance with subchapter VI of <external-xref legal-doc="usc-chapter" parsable-cite="usc-chapter/5/33">chapter 33</external-xref> of title 5, United States Code, the Attorney General, with the concurrence of the District of Columbia or the State (as the case may be), shall provide for the assignment of assistant United States attorneys to the State to carry out the functions described in subsection (b).</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H44BBCF0ED17640B6AF18E82EF940DEEE"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Assignments made on detail without reimbursement by State</header><text>In accordance with section 3373 of title 5, United States Code—</text> <subparagraph commented="no" id="HDA206504A0FE4800AF571532AE457784"><enum>(A)</enum><text>an assistant United States attorney who is assigned to the State under this section shall be deemed under subsection (a) of such section to be on detail to a regular work assignment in the Department of Justice; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HACAFBCDDF7C04CDEA14DD5C2FEB547FD"><enum>(B)</enum><text>the assignment of an assistant United States attorney to the State under this section shall be made without reimbursement by the State of the pay of the attorney or any related expenses.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H9A81E7C491534164987F9BF945B0E694"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Functions described</header><text>The functions described in this subsection are criminal prosecutions conducted in the name of the State which would have been conducted in the name of the United States by the United States attorney for the District of Columbia or his or her assistants, as provided under section 23–101(c), District of Columbia Official Code, but for the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H6EE62C502E3C4F6ABCE11E540C2E41EB"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Minimum number assigned</header><text>The number of assistant United States attorneys who are assigned under this section may not be less than the number of assistant United States attorneys whose principal duties as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union were to conduct criminal prosecutions in the name of the United States under section 23–101(c), District of Columbia Official Code.</text> </subsection><subsection id="HFDA95F9663B14019BE449F75A3515507"><enum>(d)</enum><header>Termination</header><text>The obligation of the Attorney General to provide for the assignment of assistant United States attorneys under this section shall terminate upon written certification by the State to the President that the State has appointed attorneys of the State to carry out the functions described in subsection (b).</text> </subsection><subsection id="HC127C5DDF7C14E24A4ABE8D60437EC8F"><enum>(e)</enum><header>Clarification regarding clemency authority</header> <paragraph id="HFE3F57844C494E5C90678B40412C1ED2"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Effective upon the admission of the State into the Union, the authority to grant clemency for offenses against the District of Columbia or the State shall be exercised by such person or persons, and under such terms and conditions, as provided by the State Constitution and the laws of the State, without regard to whether the prosecution for the offense was conducted by the District of Columbia, the State, or the United States.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HDD3A3D948F2E4159AC829402FE659DF8"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Definition</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In this subsection, the term <term>clemency</term> means a pardon, reprieve, or commutation of sentence, or a remission of a fine or other financial penalty.</text> </paragraph></subsection></section><section id="HB942A3DD82EC43FE84CB177ED3307FEA"><enum>313.</enum><header>Service of United States Marshals</header> <subsection id="HDC89BDC6D57240709681ABA93A97FFF0"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Provision of services for courts of State</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The United States Marshals Service shall provide services with respect to the courts and court system of the State in the same manner and to the same extent as the Service provided services with respect to the courts and court system of the District of Columbia as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union, except that the President shall not appoint a United States Marshal under section 561 of title 28, United States Code, for any court of the State.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H9565DB1C16954F0D9313D006AABDDB0D"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Termination</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The obligation of the United States Marshals Service to provide services under this section shall terminate upon written certification by the State to the President that the State has appointed personnel of the State to provide such services.</text> </subsection></section><section id="H0D11CF2760684FA298BA4B20C263AABF"><enum>314.</enum><header>Designation of felons to facilities of Bureau of Prisons</header> <subsection id="H02D68E36BCDE4FD49F69DE481FFD18EF"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Continuation of designation</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Chapter 1 of subtitle C of title XI of the National Capital Revitalization and Self-Government Improvement Act of 1997 (sec. 24–101 et seq., D.C. Official Code) and the amendments made by such chapter—</text> <paragraph id="H60AF3CE14E2940F6AB9136016B9A0C95"><enum>(1)</enum><text>shall continue to apply with respect to individuals convicted of offenses under the laws of the District of Columbia prior to the date of the admission of the State into the Union; and</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H65D885804FB641F087E8D64B079C8299"><enum>(2)</enum><text>shall apply with respect to individuals convicted of offenses under the laws of the State after the date of the admission of the State into the Union in the same manner and to the same extent as such chapter and amendments applied with respect to individuals convicted of offenses under the laws of the District of Columbia prior to the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="HB89785A297D54075A4EB4C35182F3270"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Termination</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The provisions of this section shall terminate upon written certification by the State to the President that the State has in effect laws for the housing of individuals described in subsection (a) in correctional facilities.</text> </subsection></section><section id="H7405C146C16A47CFB42EC3E45C4A374E"><enum>315.</enum><header>Parole and supervision</header> <subsection id="HAB44154E034943C69B5F3202857B2C99"><enum>(a)</enum><header>United States Parole Commission</header> <paragraph id="H70F05ED0D801402CADE8F795EBAC732A"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Parole</header><text>The United States Parole Commission—</text> <subparagraph id="HDC262784DC96491A94E938CCCE0254B9"><enum>(A)</enum><text>shall continue to exercise the authority to grant, deny, and revoke parole, and to impose conditions upon an order of parole, in the case of any individual who is an imprisoned felon who is eligible for parole or reparole under the laws of the District of Columbia as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union, as provided under section 11231 of the National Capital Revitalization and Self-Government Improvement Act of 1997 (sec. 24–131, D.C. Official Code); and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H8DDCAEDAA80F412D829DF7D2BC3EF122"><enum>(B)</enum><text>shall exercise the authority to grant, deny, and revoke parole, and to impose conditions upon an order of parole, in the case of any individual who is an imprisoned felon who is eligible for parole or reparole under the laws of the State in the same manner and to the same extent as the Commission exercised in the case of any individual described in subparagraph (A).</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="HE13D71700B564E8C9A884C5E6D93087A"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Supervision of released offenders</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The United States Parole Commission—</text> <subparagraph id="H10F0E42D0A7D43C6A9CBBBF534F95E1C"><enum>(A)</enum><text>shall continue to exercise the authority over individuals who are released offenders of the District of Columbia as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union, as provided under section 11233(c)(2) of the National Capital Revitalization and Self-Government Improvement Act of 1997 (sec. 24–133(c)(2), D.C. Official Code); and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HCE53EAA6C1BD4FC3B178EEA6738062E6"><enum>(B)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">shall exercise authority over individuals who are released offenders of the State in the same manner and to the same extent as the Commission exercised authority over individuals described in subparagraph (A).</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="HEAD7D2E510C54700872EA18271C197D6"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Continuation of Federal benefits for employees</header> <subparagraph id="H8864CBA71871486FA4B21F774A56F65F"><enum>(A)</enum><header>Continuation</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Any individual who is an employee of the United States Parole Commission as of the later of the day before the date described in subparagraph (A) of paragraph (4) or the day before the date described in subparagraph (B) of paragraph (4) and who, on or after such date, is an employee of the office of the State which exercises the authority described in either such subparagraph, shall continue to be treated as an employee of the Federal Government for purposes of receiving benefits under any chapter of subpart G of part III of title 5, United States Code, notwithstanding the termination of the provisions of this subsection under paragraph (4).</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HA83FFD4C12D74523A9C59480AA376067"><enum>(B)</enum><header>Responsibility for employer contribution</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Beginning on the later of the date described in subparagraph (A) of paragraph (4) or the date described in subparagraph (B) of paragraph (4), the State shall be treated as the employing agency with respect to the benefits described in subparagraph (A) which are provided to an individual who, for purposes of receiving such benefits, is continued to be treated as an employee of the Federal Government under such subparagraph.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H326FE85AD63C413280C47228678F8CC8"><enum>(4)</enum><header>Termination</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The provisions of this subsection shall terminate—</text> <subparagraph id="H1F3C93CCB9ED4F2CBF9064A3A49A4D0A"><enum>(A)</enum><text>in the case of paragraph (1), on the date on which the State provides written certification to the President that the State has in effect laws providing for the State to exercise the authority to grant, deny, and revoke parole, and to impose conditions upon an order of parole, in the case of any individual who is an imprisoned felon who is eligible for parole or reparole under the laws of the State; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HB574457B8F844FE99A84533BF54F2B1A"><enum>(B)</enum><text>in the case of paragraph (2), on the date on which the State provides written certification to the President that the State has in effect laws providing for the State to exercise authority over individuals who are released offenders of the State.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H1558C6363CF4448B831B811F1E9996F7"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency</header> <paragraph id="H39A4AF080FDB4968ABA4C987F2A95DF9"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Renaming</header><text>Effective upon the date of the admission of the State into the Union—</text> <subparagraph id="H8B6F5574DDB74B11A667E38FA1A56C80"><enum>(A)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for the District of Columbia shall be known and designated as the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for Washington, Douglass Commonwealth, and any reference in any law, rule, or regulation to the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for the District of Columbia shall be deemed to refer to the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for Washington, Douglass Commonwealth; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HAD5418BED6A1411A86258865949894A8"><enum>(B)</enum><text>the District of Columbia Pretrial Services Agency shall be known and designated as the Washington, Douglass Commonwealth Pretrial Services Agency, and any reference in any law, rule or regulation to the District of Columbia Pretrial Services Agency shall be deemed to refer to the Washington, Douglass Commonwealth Pretrial Services Agency.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="HE55664D39A8E40C1AF02E546C198A91C"><enum>(2)</enum><header>In general</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for Washington, Douglass Commonwealth, including the Washington, Douglass Commonwealth Pretrial Services Agency (as renamed under paragraph (1))—</text> <subparagraph id="HA01E77B277D445AA9E8A66F7E199A549"><enum>(A)</enum><text>shall continue to provide pretrial services with respect to individuals who are charged with an offense in the District of Columbia, provide supervision for individuals who are offenders on probation, parole, and supervised release pursuant to the laws of the District of Columbia, and carry out sex offender registration functions with respect to individuals who are sex offenders in the District of Columbia, as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union, as provided under section 11233 of the National Capital Revitalization and Self-Government Improvement Act of 1997 (sec. 24–133, D.C. Official Code); and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HBB520A1B24CE41DB9CD0CDC5B5AA0DF2"><enum>(B)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">shall provide pretrial services with respect to individuals who are charged with an offense in the State, provide supervision for offenders on probation, parole, and supervised release pursuant to the laws of the State, and carry out sex offender registration functions in the State, in the same manner and to the same extent as the Agency provided such services and supervision and carried out such functions for individuals described in subparagraph (A).</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H0A6167918CCC4DB2998B3C59362343C4"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Continuation of Federal benefits for employees</header> <subparagraph id="H866B3D407A0F4BB0AFE8CB7383793973"><enum>(A)</enum><header>Continuation</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Any individual who is an employee of the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for Washington, Douglass Commonwealth as of the day before the date described in paragraph (4), and who, on or after such date, is an employee of the office of the State which provides the services and carries out the functions described in paragraph (4), shall continue to be treated as an employee of the Federal Government for purposes of receiving benefits under any chapter of subpart G of part III of title 5, United States Code, notwithstanding the termination of the provisions of paragraph (2) under paragraph (4).</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HC75B1AFCBD77411DADC5021EC8FB4E42"><enum>(B)</enum><header>Responsibility for employer contribution</header><text>Beginning on the date described in paragraph (4), the State shall be treated as the employing agency with respect to the benefits described in subparagraph (A) which are provided to an individual who, for purposes of receiving such benefits, is continued to be treated as an employee of the Federal Government under such subparagraph.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H5F0783916D784D6793676A6EAC2D5CCE"><enum>(4)</enum><header>Termination</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Paragraph (2) shall terminate on the date on which the State provides written certification to the President that the State has in effect laws providing for the State to provide pretrial services, supervise offenders on probation, parole, and supervised release, and carry out sex offender registration functions in the State.</text> </paragraph></subsection></section><section id="HB1A1C0B353404BD1BF21FE65B023ED92"><enum>316.</enum><header>Courts</header> <subsection id="HC8074584CE4F42BE92488DD3F9E92AD0"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Continuation of operations</header> <paragraph id="H04014EDA19E64668B0813A330F5B0EC3"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Except as provided in paragraphs (2) and (3) and subsection (b), title 11, District of Columbia Official Code, as in effect on the date before the date of the admission of the State into the Union, shall apply with respect to the State and the courts and court system of the State after the date of the admission of the State into the Union in the same manner and to the same extent as such title applied with respect to the District of Columbia and the courts and court system of the District of Columbia as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HFBC0D4F114644259A9C5A7C39CE45E02"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Responsibility for employer contribution</header><text>For purposes of paragraph (2) of section 11–1726(b) and paragraph (2) of section 11–1726(c), District of Columbia Official Code, the Federal Government shall be treated as the employing agency with respect to the benefits provided under such section to an individual who is an employee of the courts and court system of the State and who, pursuant to either such paragraph, is treated as an employee of the Federal Government for purposes of receiving benefits under any chapter of subpart G of part III of title 5, United States Code.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H529424CC427E4B10996EA2DFBE1F2E2C"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Other exceptions</header> <subparagraph id="HE65F4EF50CFD464093B6F86FB71129F2"><enum>(A)</enum><header>Selection of judges</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Effective upon the date of the admission of the State into the Union, the State shall select judges for any vacancy on the courts of the State.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HD236DDEAFD3240F784FE678529611A9E"><enum>(B)</enum><header>Renaming of courts and other offices</header><text>Effective upon the date of the admission of the State into the Union, the State may rename any of its courts and any of the other offices of its court system.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H4376E6A532874855AA486F8B09D2DEC2"><enum>(C)</enum><header>Rules of construction</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed—</text> <clause id="HCC32805817AF4F1A962F37F5F0E7081E"><enum>(i)</enum><text>to affect the service of any judge serving on a court of the District of Columbia on the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union, or to require the State to select such a judge for a vacancy on a court of the State; or</text> </clause><clause id="H470F215DFF344821B1A077116DE093BC"><enum>(ii)</enum><text>to waive any of the requirements of <external-xref legal-doc="usc-chapter" parsable-cite="usc-chapter/11/15">chapter 15</external-xref> of title 11, District of Columbia Official Code (other than section 11–1501(a) of such Code), including subchapter II of such chapter (relating to the District of Columbia Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure), with respect to the appointment and service of judges of the courts of the State.</text> </clause></subparagraph></paragraph></subsection><subsection id="HFD35028313344ECAB7CDB41BF261A968"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Continuation of Federal benefits for employees</header> <paragraph id="H1B3D5B4AF8D74E7AB4C9527F82CFBBBF"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text>Any individual who is an employee of the courts or court system of the State as of the day before the date described in subsection (e) and who, pursuant to section 11–1726(b) or section 11–1726(c), District of Columbia Official Code, is treated as an employee of the Federal Government for purposes of receiving benefits under any chapter of subpart G of part III of title 5, United States Code, shall continue to be treated as an employee of the Federal Government for such purposes, notwithstanding the termination of the provisions of this section under subsection (e).</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HEBA34B3EFF0048EAA49949DE34FA6411"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Responsibility for employer contribution</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Beginning on the date described in subsection (e), the State shall be treated as the employing agency with respect to the benefits described in paragraph (1) which are provided to an individual who, for purposes of receiving such benefits, is continued to be treated as an employee of the Federal Government under such paragraph.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="HEF83D3F1B2714F2CBA6784029EABDB60"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Continuation of funding</header><text>Section 11241 of the National Capital Revitalization and Self-Government Improvement Act of 1997 (section 11–1743 note, District of Columbia Official Code) shall apply with respect to the State and the courts and court system of the State after the date of the admission of the State into the Union in the same manner and to the same extent as such section applied with respect to the Joint Committee on Judicial Administration in the District of Columbia and the courts and court system of the District of Columbia as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H7A3DDC3B8DC046C0AC5F042645FEA42A"><enum>(d)</enum><header>Treatment of court receipts</header> <paragraph id="H72B3AC6393494E1D9E35426005446DF0"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Deposit of receipts into Treasury</header><text>Except as provided in paragraph (2), all money received by the courts and court system of the State shall be deposited in the Treasury of the United States.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HB333BF642CEF4E8BA9FAD6F769E35D7E"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Crime Victims Compensation Fund</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 16 of the Victims of Violent Crime Compensation Act of 1996 (sec. 4–515, D.C. Official Code), relating to the Crime Victims Compensation Fund, shall apply with respect to the courts and court system of the State in the same manner and to the same extent as such section applied to the courts and court system of the District of Columbia as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="HF359BE5CEE444469AF2B86BC36F6D9E9"><enum>(e)</enum><header>Termination</header><text>The provisions of this section, other than paragraph (3) of subsection (a) and except as provided under subsection (b), shall terminate on the date on which the State provides written certification to the President that the State has in effect laws requiring the State to appropriate and make available funds for the operation of the courts and court system of the State.</text> </subsection></section></subtitle><subtitle id="HB9B3D66992D94C2A89B1446108286181"><enum>C</enum><header>Other Programs and Authorities</header> <section commented="no" id="H300E059ED0C942548D52E12D8CDBBB42"><enum>321.</enum><header>Application of the College Access Act</header> <subsection commented="no" id="H03B470C726364A82A27E528CCC92769E"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Continuation</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The District of Columbia College Access Act of 1999 (<external-xref legal-doc="public-law" parsable-cite="pl/106/98">Public Law 106–98</external-xref>; sec. 38–2701 et seq., D.C. Official Code) shall apply with respect to the State, and to the public institution of higher education designated by the State as the successor to the University of the District of Columbia, after the date of the admission of the State into the Union in the same manner and to the same extent as such Act applied with respect to the District of Columbia and the University of the District of Columbia as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection><subsection commented="no" id="H732CE86BA30045839EB3BA70B1EEBF38"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Termination</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The provisions of this section, other than with respect to the public institution of higher education designated by the State as the successor to the University of the District of Columbia, shall terminate upon written certification by the State to the President that the State has in effect laws requiring the State to provide tuition assistance substantially similar to the assistance provided under the District of Columbia College Access Act of 1999.</text> </subsection></section><section commented="no" id="H414D17F563954EEF8E28E8785E8CEDB6"><enum>322.</enum><header>Application of the Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Act</header> <subsection commented="no" id="H47817A4EC2AB4537AB22CB9F8709E828"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Continuation</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Act (division C of <external-xref legal-doc="public-law" parsable-cite="pl/112/10">Public Law 112–10</external-xref>; sec. 38–1853.01 et seq., D.C. Official Code) shall apply with respect to the State after the date of the admission of the State into the Union in the same manner and to the same extent as such Act applied with respect to the District of Columbia as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection><subsection commented="no" id="HD2CCC587B5374E7F910722718826931A"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Termination</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The provisions of this section shall terminate upon written certification by the State to the President that the State has in effect laws requiring the State—</text> <paragraph id="HD96F50019E40467BBF48671953FB65D0"><enum>(1)</enum><text>to provide tuition assistance substantially similar to the assistance provided under the Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Act; and</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H7DE89E28DF6A44D58AFFDE20BBB573DC"><enum>(2)</enum><text>to provide supplemental funds to the public schools and public charter schools of the State in the amounts provided in the most recent fiscal year for public schools and public charter schools of the State or the District of Columbia (as the case may be) under such Act.</text> </paragraph></subsection></section><section id="H03FA701D857442A09ECEFD78782A46CA"><enum>323.</enum><header>Medicaid Federal medical assistance percentage</header> <subsection id="H2114042D754947E3A89FEAA06EC3C952"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Continuation</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Notwithstanding section 1905(b) of the Social Security Act (<external-xref legal-doc="usc" parsable-cite="usc/42/1396d">42 U.S.C. 1396d(b)</external-xref>), during the period beginning on the date of the admission of the State into the Union and ending on September 30 of the fiscal year during which the State submits the certification described in subsection (b), the Federal medical assistance percentage for the State under title XIX of such Act shall be the Federal medical assistance percentage for the District of Columbia under such title as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection><subsection id="H119CEF76574D4F8D9D11DF27D8F3BD06"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Termination</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The certification described in this subsection is a written certification by the State to the President that, during each of the first 5 fiscal years beginning after the date of the certification, the estimated revenues of the State will be sufficient to cover any reduction in revenues which may result from the termination of the provisions of this section.</text> </subsection></section><section commented="no" id="H7284B4B109D8483486DC63D7097ECE4C"><enum>324.</enum><header>Federal planning commissions</header> <subsection commented="no" id="H1B2A5E534B874487BC492DAD782036C8"><enum>(a)</enum><header>National Capital Planning Commission</header> <paragraph commented="no" id="H482F6679211A49EEBC19D8E2C4C2F052"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Continuing application</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Subject to the amendments made by paragraphs (2) and (3), upon the admission of the State into the Union, <external-xref legal-doc="usc-chapter" parsable-cite="usc-chapter/40/87">chapter 87</external-xref> of title 40, United States Code, shall apply as follows:</text> <subparagraph commented="no" id="H0FAC9A5EF88B4DEA885CA068E1746842"><enum>(A)</enum><text>Such chapter shall apply with respect to the Capital in the same manner and to the same extent as such chapter applied with respect to the District of Columbia as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph commented="no" id="H573BA7850BBD49E1AB113762D56D3B5C"><enum>(B)</enum><text>Such chapter shall apply with respect to the State in the same manner and to the same extent as such chapter applied with respect to the State of Maryland and the Commonwealth of Virginia as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph commented="no" id="HF14F6D6EAEF54113BAD41205461210A6"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Composition of National Capital Planning Commission</header><text>Section 8711(b) of title 40, United States Code, is amended—</text> <subparagraph commented="no" id="HBC1488CCD7BC4F92BBA3B5CD861C767A"><enum>(A)</enum><text>by amending subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1) to read as follows:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="HDA3AAC28D5404F10BC3736BAF6163C80" style="USC"> <subparagraph commented="no" id="HBEDDF2F93AAA46688BE482D7AAD1D073"><enum>(B)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">four citizens with experience in city or regional planning, who shall be appointed by the President.</text></subparagraph><after-quoted-block>; and</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </subparagraph><subparagraph commented="no" id="H2731CFF9F92C49BFA1E477EBDF6B6826"><enum>(B)</enum><text>by amending paragraph (2) to read as follows:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="HEC8A0B254D6A42CB8070928D4E10F51E" style="USC"> <paragraph commented="no" id="HF6C75E4695B14E89AB5ED6878B2F395E"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Residency requirement</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Of the four citizen members, one shall be a resident of Virginia, one shall be a resident of Maryland, and one shall be a resident of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth.</text></paragraph><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph commented="no" id="H05C836439E8C4F96B3D76358E152142C"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Conforming amendments to definitions of terms</header> <subparagraph commented="no" id="H978E84A4B7EE43BB8FE262C460EB1BE7"><enum>(A)</enum><header>Environs</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Paragraph (1) of section 8702 of such title is amended by striking <quote>the territory surrounding the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>the territory surrounding the National Capital</quote>.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph commented="no" id="H2237BD769F004DE9839C16CD504C01F4"><enum>(B)</enum><header>National Capital</header><text>Paragraph (2) of section 8702 of such title is amended to read as follows:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="H757016DB6F7143A3A7C71B0E6B66E821" style="USC"> <paragraph id="HFCCE471A36D241C39D8A149A3B3F676C"><enum>(2)</enum><header>National Capital</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The term <term>National Capital</term> means the area serving as the seat of the Government of the United States, as described in section 112 of the Washington, D.C. Admission Act, and the territory the Federal Government owns in the environs.</text></paragraph><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </subparagraph><subparagraph commented="no" id="H11AE2CEF90064535BF2C44C2B821EA20"><enum>(C)</enum><header>National Capital Region</header><text>Subparagraph (A) of paragraph (3) of section 8702 of such title is amended to read as follows:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="H84D1023BCB274948A5CA42E8CEE04CD2" style="USC"> <subparagraph commented="no" id="HC61B84AAB52A4706A746985FD726C803"><enum>(A)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">the National Capital and the State of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth;</text></subparagraph><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </subparagraph></paragraph></subsection><subsection commented="no" id="HF375CDF81022472783553445E7AF2B32"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Commission of Fine Arts</header> <paragraph commented="no" id="H380C0B1CDAF543B6B712C81D31427CE3"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Limiting application to the Capital</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 9102(a)(1) of title 40, United States Code, is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HF0D4C22E88EF4D27A37871790E0A7AF1"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Definition</header><text>Section 9102 of such title is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="HE4F78F3C1796484EBFE8CA802B638A08" style="USC"> <subsection id="H1C514EADF7754ECBA7A246631C70D8C9"><enum>(d)</enum><header>Definition</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In this chapter, the term <term>Capital</term> means the area serving as the seat of the Government of the United States, as described in section 112 of the Washington, D.C. Admission Act.</text></subsection><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </paragraph><paragraph id="HF23505BFC6E94EDABA845E2160CD2EA0"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Conforming amendment</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 9101(d) of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>the Capital</quote>.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection commented="no" id="HB902ECD23095458FA9E7279DA06F3D75"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Commemorative Works Act</header> <paragraph commented="no" id="HFDEC85D2D7424BC09598A04230C594CE"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Limiting application to Capital</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Section 8902 of title 40, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new subsection:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="HC118B93C7B6C40F1ADEC38BE0F3478B1" style="USC"> <subsection id="H7564B4317D35494A8E60A3D4A16B7DBA"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Limiting application to Capital</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">This chapter applies only with respect to commemorative works in the Capital and its environs.</text></subsection><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </paragraph><paragraph commented="no" id="H33A204572CCE4DE0B8FDAF2A57D62F15"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Definition</header><text>Paragraph (2) of section 8902(a) of such title is amended to read as follows:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="HF1DEA9F1416C429BB90C38EB8C98B040" style="USC"> <paragraph commented="no" id="HF996651F56C843AEA6AC6BA4F6DB6A6B"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Capital and its environs</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The term <term>Capital and its environs</term> means—</text> <subparagraph id="H3215577EA1DB47F9A6F9E241F0832093"><enum>(A)</enum><text>the area serving as the seat of the Government of the United States, as described in section 112 of the Washington, D.C. Admission Act; and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H187A7BA98F9F432990247721085A7059"><enum>(B)</enum><text>those lands and properties administered by the National Park Service and the General Services Administration located in the Reserve, Area I, and Area II as depicted on the map entitled <quote>Commemorative Areas Washington, DC and Environs</quote>, numbered 869/86501 B, and dated June 24, 2003, that are located outside of the State of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth.</text></subparagraph></paragraph><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </paragraph><paragraph id="HA981C18FC52342E8B6FEA9409E05868C"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Temporary site designation</header><text>Section 8907(a) of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>the Capital and its environs</quote>.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HA83F4DBB469141E191F04C5A0B7C1CAA"><enum>(4)</enum><header>General conforming amendments</header><text>Chapter 89 of such title is amended by striking <quote>the District of Columbia and its environs</quote> each place it appears in the following sections and inserting <quote>the Capital and its environs</quote>:</text> <subparagraph id="HDDCC74FE06D34148B0A62B526294F714"><enum>(A)</enum><text>Section 8901(2) and 8901(4).</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H21198F68C71C4339B5036A178AC4D08E"><enum>(B)</enum><text>Section 8902(a)(4).</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H716ABBC146D0460AA46E86C600FF9318"><enum>(C)</enum><text>Section 8903(d).</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H122A0601EE5A49289EFED0AC1C6C4125"><enum>(D)</enum><text>Section 8904(c).</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HB63E97347F86468086AE0BBD30456A7E"><enum>(E)</enum><text>Section 8905(a).</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HD8467B51505847CFA1890601F2CFDC57"><enum>(F)</enum><text>Section 8906(a).</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H9BC604582683437DAED409D75E67405D"><enum>(G)</enum><text>Section 8909(a) and 8909(b).</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H2515D4A89E5D46659FC7AD714F426E9F"><enum>(5)</enum><header>Additional conforming amendment</header><text>Section 8901(2) of such title is amended by striking <quote>the urban fabric of the District of Columbia</quote> and inserting <quote>the urban fabric of the area serving as the seat of the Government of the United States, as described in section 112 of the Washington, D.C. Admission Act</quote>.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection commented="no" id="HADC3D3C37F3749ADA62AD7A20E13C1FA"><enum>(d)</enum><header>Effective date</header><text>This section and the amendments made by this section shall take effect on the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection></section><section id="H8F523826C5F24AEDBCE7A65B6B101397"><enum>325.</enum><header>Role of Army Corps of Engineers in supplying water</header> <subsection id="H5BDCE905CC204A138ED4F9CCBE00B1E5"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Continuation of role</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline"><external-xref legal-doc="usc-chapter" parsable-cite="usc-chapter/40/95">Chapter 95</external-xref> of title 40, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end the following new section:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="H69B951ECBB814C529BC0EEA90A10A3D5" style="USC"> <section id="H9765714905DD4201B579814F0B4620F1"><enum>9508.</enum><header>Applicability to Capital and State of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth</header> <subsection id="H79AB1FD701024B678A7CA463E9A5A088"><enum>(a)</enum><header>In general</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Effective upon the admission of the State of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth into the Union, any reference in this chapter to the District of Columbia shall be deemed to refer to the Capital or the State of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth, as the case may be.</text> </subsection><subsection id="HFC3E15F4DCF842E2AC01CAF94A941E96"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Definition</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">In this section, the term <term>Capital</term> means the area serving as the seat of the Government of the United States, as described in section 112 of the Washington, D.C. Admission Act.</text></subsection></section><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </subsection><subsection id="HD2F43FFCF1944FE0AA29A8D4279ED4BA"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Clerical amendment</header><text>The table of sections of chapter 95 of such title is amended by adding at the end the following:</text> <quoted-block display-inline="no-display-inline" id="H0A780C955C28462AA0F52F4D04D0F3CC" style="USC"> <toc regeneration="no-regeneration"> <toc-entry level="section">9508. Applicability to Capital and State of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth</toc-entry></toc><after-quoted-block>.</after-quoted-block></quoted-block> </subsection></section><section id="HF1BCD677ABBF41578C15A4E8665A6F00"><enum>326.</enum><header>Requirements to be located in District of Columbia</header><text display-inline="no-display-inline">The location of any person in the Capital or Washington, Douglass Commonwealth on the day after the date of the admission of the State into the Union shall be deemed to satisfy any requirement under any law in effect as of the day before the date of the admission of the State into the Union that the person be located in the District of Columbia, including the requirements of section 72 of title 4, United States Code (relating to offices of the seat of the Government of the United States), and title 36, United States Code (relating to patriotic and national organizations).</text> </section></subtitle><enum>IV</enum><header>General Provisions</header> <section id="H124CAEDC6D2D405CBC2E7467C6FCB64E"><enum>401.</enum><header>General definitions</header><text display-inline="no-display-inline">In this Act, the following definitions shall apply:</text> <paragraph id="H441781BD73074F0694AE6AAA7033EF19"><enum>(1)</enum><text>The term <term>Capital</term> means the area serving as the seat of the Government of the United States, as described in section 112.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H9AFB9B1144DF44FBA035E703D1FDF50D"><enum>(2)</enum><text>The term <term>Council</term> means the Council of the District of Columbia.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HDC3822B349F0488B966E4A54AE0225B8"><enum>(3)</enum><text>The term <term>Mayor</term> means the Mayor of the District of Columbia.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H5E23FA04174740D084F8EAD970800EA0"><enum>(4)</enum><text>Except as otherwise provided, the term <term>State</term> means the State of Washington, Douglass Commonwealth.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HF46C8B6FF7594356B02052081E7D3C82"><enum>(5)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The term <term>State Constitution</term> means the proposed Constitution of the State of Washington, D.C., as approved by the Council on October 18, 2016, pursuant to the Constitution and Boundaries for the State of Washington, D.C. Approval Resolution of 2016 (D.C. Resolution R21–621), ratified by District of Columbia voters in Advisory Referendum B approved on November 8, 2016, and certified by the District of Columbia Board of Elections on November 18, 2016.</text> </paragraph></section><section id="HB6438E87AE5C4E139FC4453B8D974967" section-type="subsequent-section"><enum>402.</enum><header>Statehood Transition Commission</header> <subsection commented="no" id="H778BCA24D0AC4CF9BF7C77BCD21EEB0D"><enum>(a)</enum><header>Establishment</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">There is established the Statehood Transition Commission (hereafter in this section referred to as the <quote>Commission</quote>).</text> </subsection><subsection id="HB69C22126E0C4B2C81798BDBFB6C00E0"><enum>(b)</enum><header>Composition</header> <paragraph id="HA536E95B7E414465951279A98796E3BA"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text>The Commission shall be composed of 18 members as follows:</text> <subparagraph id="H2FFED375E52642A3A9F7959C7F3E6480"><enum>(A)</enum><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">3 members appointed by the President.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H117948FD32704D7BB33CE4CC0EB5E6A0"><enum>(B)</enum><text>2 members appointed by the Speaker of the House of Representatives.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HF962CD47720E4C30A9C2270269ADA34C"><enum>(C)</enum><text>2 members appointed by the Minority Leader of the House of Representatives.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H9F61E60D7DC7462FB1542C4815F18019"><enum>(D)</enum><text>2 members appointed by the Majority Leader of the Senate.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H3A992414EA91452A98CA3587E75D3C28"><enum>(E)</enum><text>2 members appointed by the Minority Leader of the Senate.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H90FAE28B400F45869A188402EB503683"><enum>(F)</enum><text>3 members appointed by the Mayor.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="H345086B1F26C4B5D9DFF6923B263ABA7"><enum>(G)</enum><text>3 members appointed by the Council.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HAFF933F74EAE4425818F899E11288E9A"><enum>(H)</enum><text>The Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H129D2381153049FFA807CECF348963EA"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Appointment date</header> <subparagraph id="HE3A8C2850BD54C38AC056A15D47360F1"><enum>(A)</enum><header>In general</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The appointments of the members of the Commission shall be made not later than 90 days after the date of the enactment of this Act.</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HFA81C1706EE745278FF03D53DC467F25"><enum>(B)</enum><header>Effect of lack of appointment by appointment date</header><text>If one or more appointments under any of the subparagraphs of paragraph (1) is not made by the appointment date specified in subparagraph (A), the authority to make such appointment or appointments shall expire, and the number of members of the Commission shall be reduced by the number equal to the number of appointments so not made.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph id="H69B2E4E82DED48AEB7789AFED2AC1BE0"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Term of service</header><text>Each member shall be appointed for the life of the Commission.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H53DBF9690C02406BB3EA9592F0029953"><enum>(4)</enum><header>Vacancy</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">A vacancy in the Commission shall be filled in the manner in which the original appointment was made.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HB4A53DD5C06C4E90B03320CEDDF3EE3A"><enum>(5)</enum><header>No compensation</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Members shall serve without pay, but shall receive travel expenses, including per diem in lieu of subsistence, in accordance with applicable provisions under subchapter I of <external-xref legal-doc="usc-chapter" parsable-cite="usc-chapter/5/57">chapter 57</external-xref> of title 5, United States Code.</text> </paragraph><paragraph commented="no" id="H7281370AF1B044A08D5DEEE1DFFEBDA2"><enum>(6)</enum><header>Chair and vice chair</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The Chair and Vice Chair of the Commission shall be elected by the members of the Commission—</text> <subparagraph commented="no" id="H2878C877CB6B437FA57CF21BDD03E136"><enum>(A)</enum><text>with respect to the Chair, from among the members described in subparagraphs (A) through (E) of paragraph (1); and</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph commented="no" id="H05A33D2C76C242B0AABD43FD80BC7B30"><enum>(B)</enum><text>with respect to the Vice Chair, from among the members described in subparagraphs (F) and (G) of paragraph (1).</text> </subparagraph></paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H6CACE3AF0B224F2485730228C759DE7A"><enum>(c)</enum><header>Staff</header> <paragraph id="HBEEB14DE0E57408FA40FF45F71DD3427"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Director</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The Commission shall have a Director, who shall be appointed by the Chair.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HC13C6DE9F3E9488DA53BCA85DC550F27"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Other staff</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The Director may appoint and fix the pay of such additional personnel as the Director considers appropriate.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H7ED03A0B0DBB4C71B832849974E05CD4"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Non-applicability of certain civil service laws</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The Director and staff of the Commission may be appointed without regard to the provisions of title 5, United States Code, governing appointments in the competitive service, and may be paid without regard to the provisions of chapter 51 and subchapter III of chapter 53 of that title relating to classification and General Schedule pay rates, except that an individual so appointed may not receive pay in excess of the rate payable for level V of the Executive Schedule under section 5316 of such title.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H8D617BCE6FEF4A3AAC75F2AAC6C7EA9D"><enum>(4)</enum><header>Experts and consultants</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The Commission may procure temporary and intermittent services under section 3109(b) of title 5, United States Code, at rates for individuals not to exceed the daily equivalent of the rate payable for level V of the Executive Schedule under section 5316 of such title.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="H6CC6626379FD406192D1565BB4FE0062"><enum>(d)</enum><header>Duties</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The Commission shall advise the President, Congress, the Mayor (or, upon the admission of the State into the Union, the chief executive officer of the State), and the Council (or, upon the admission of the State into the Union, the legislature of the State) concerning an orderly transition to statehood for the District of Columbia or the State (as the case may be) and to a reduced geographical size of the seat of the Government of the United States, including with respect to property, funding, programs, projects, and activities.</text> </subsection><subsection id="HA85E5F8FF46140268E239A36147F6792"><enum>(e)</enum><header>Powers</header> <paragraph id="H97E73CF3734B4083BB2ED1B186E6D6F5"><enum>(1)</enum><header>Hearings and sessions</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The Commission may, for the purpose of carrying out this Act, hold hearings, sit and act at times and places, take testimony, and receive evidence as the Commission considers appropriate.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H9499645BB8194EA591DA3F32A0275482"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Obtaining official data</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The Commission may secure directly from any department or agency of the United States information necessary to enable it to carry out this Act. Upon request of the Chair of the Commission, the head of that department or agency shall furnish that information to the Commission.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="H5E19AB70FF814CE99CB3319A3C69FF4C"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Mails</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The Commission may use the United States mails in the same manner and under the same conditions as other departments and agencies of the United States.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HF4D1C194A85C405A90454A594FCCF5B1"><enum>(4)</enum><header>Administrative support services</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">Upon the request of the Commission, the Administrator of General Services shall provide to the Commission the administrative support services necessary for the Commission to carry out its responsibilities under this Act.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection id="HD4C19AA490D74AF59F4F2741E3C4E59A"><enum>(f)</enum><header>Meetings</header> <paragraph id="HB9103ACF5ADC4919AC98A5DBC162E57B"><enum>(1)</enum><header>In general</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The Commission shall meet at the call of the Chair.</text> </paragraph><paragraph id="HB7AD0B5AF12844CE8CB8AB5AB51B7338"><enum>(2)</enum><header>Initial meeting</header><text>The Commission shall hold its first meeting not later than the earlier of—</text> <subparagraph id="HB43BA9AFDA2A43C9A955D2E2578B89EC"><enum>(A)</enum><text>30 days after the date on which all members of the Commission have been appointed; or</text> </subparagraph><subparagraph id="HE27F12C6BD15487596F4BF82CACC0FE0"><enum>(B)</enum><text>if the number of members of the Commission is reduced under subsection (b)(2)(B), 90 days after the date of the enactment of this Act.</text> </subparagraph></paragraph><paragraph commented="no" id="H6DD983B246F042BE8C5939D7140FCA61"><enum>(3)</enum><header>Quorum</header><text>A majority of the members of the Commission shall constitute a quorum, but a lesser number of members may hold hearings.</text> </paragraph></subsection><subsection commented="no" id="HC1A90038029B422B94AE3A0A7E6A36B5"><enum>(g)</enum><header>Reports</header><text display-inline="yes-display-inline">The Commission shall submit such reports as the Commission considers appropriate or as may be requested by the President, Congress, or the District of Columbia (or, upon the admission of the State into the Union, the State).</text> </subsection><subsection id="HBB8B87FBA55E4D199C93AEBD30B6E532"><enum>(h)</enum><header>Termination</header><text>The Commission shall cease to exist 2 years after the date of the admission of the State into the Union.</text> </subsection></section><section id="H4299AB66C49E4692AE17D8080566851E"><enum>403.</enum><header>Certification of enactment by President</header><text display-inline="no-display-inline">Not more than 60 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the President shall provide written certification of such enactment to the Mayor.</text> </section><section id="H267A4CB7DE024F8586D206D5E11D9C46"><enum>404.</enum><header>Severability</header><text display-inline="no-display-inline">Except as provided in section 101(c), if any provision of this Act or amendment made by this Act, or the application thereof to any person or circumstance, is held to be invalid, the remaining provisions of this Act and any amendments made by this Act shall not be affected by the holding.</text> </section>

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02/11/2020 President Committee Consideration and Mark-up Session Held.Action By: Committee on Oversight and Reform
02/11/2020 President Ordered to be Reported (Amended) by the Yeas and Nays: 21 - 16.Action By: Committee on Oversight and Reform
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02/07/2020 President Sponsor introductory remarks on measure. (CR E155)Action By: House of Representatives
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