Senate Resolution Supporting World Malaria Day

The Senate on Monday night unanimously passed the Senate World Malaria Day Resolution, S. Con. Res. 15, a concurrent resolution with the House of Representatives, according to a post on the Malaria Policy Center blog. “The Resolution recognizes World Malaria Day, the importance of U.S leadership in the fight against malaria, and the continued success the U.S. and others are making to help end malaria deaths worldwide in the near future,” the blog states (6/28).

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