||Sunday, Nov 24, 1963 Monday Nov 25, 1963||The Senate met informally on Monday, November 25, at 10:00
a.m., and passed a resolution expressing sorrow and condolences,
and appointing the membership of the Senate to attend the
funeral. They then adjourned until noon. At noon, they
reconvened and passed a unanimous consent agreement that the
earlier informal session be deemed a duly authorized session.
Several committees met that day.
||Friday, Oct. 23, 1964Sunday, Oct. 25, 1964||Congress was not in session when President Hoover lay in
state in the Capitol rotunda.
||Sunday Mar 30, 1969Monday Mar 31, 1969||The Senate met and passed two resolutions–one authorizing
purchase of a floral wreath to be placed by the president as he
lay in state, and one expressing sorrow and condolences.
Senators then eulogized the president, and they adjourned at
2:00 p.m. Several committees met that day.
||Wednesday, Jan 24, 1973Thursday, Jan 25, 1973||The Senate met at noon and passed a resolution providing for
arrangement and payment of members expenses for attending
President Johnson's funeral. Senators then eulogized the
president until 2:31 p.m. No committee meetings were held on
January 24. The Senate did not meet on Thursday, January 26.
||Wednesday, Jun 9, 2004Friday, Jun 11, 2004||The Senate met at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, June 9, 2004, and
senators paid tribute to the life of Ronald Reagan. They passed
several resolutions honoring Regan, and passed additional
measures and resolutions. Several committees also held hearings
that day. The Senate then adjourned until Monday, June 14.
||Saturday, Dec 30, 2006Tuesday, Jan 2, 2007||The Senate had adjourned sine die on December 8, 2006.
George H. W.
||Monday, Dec 3, 2018Wednesday, Dec 5, 2018||The Senate met at 2:30 p.m. on both Tuesday, December 4, and
Wednesday, December 5. Senators conducted regular business both
days, paying tribute to President Bush and introducing
resolutions and legislation. Several committees met and held
hearings both days. The Senate went into Executive Session on
Dec. 5 to consider nominations and invoked cloture (50-49) on