Designating room H-150 of the United States Capitol as "The Joseph H. Rainey Room" to honor the historic life, career, and legacy of Representative Joseph Rainey of South Carolina on the 150th anniversary of his seating as a member of the House of Representatives.
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This resolution designates room H-150 of the U.S. Capitol as The Joseph H. Rainey Room in honor of Representative Rainey's life, career, and legacy.