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State Council or National Council is the name of a major governmental body in some countries. Its position within the governmental structure and functions vary depending on the state.


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United States Interagency Council on Homelessness (USICH) (3869 words)
Stating that "we are here to examine two decades of earnest labor on behalf of homeless veterans," U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Acting Secretary Gordon Mansfield opened his keynote remarks at "Homeward Bound," the VA's Celebration of 20 Years of Community Partnership in Service to Homeless Veterans last week in San Diego.
At the invitation of community leaders, United States Interagency Council on Homelessness Executive Director Philip Mangano was present to receive the plan and applauded all the stakeholders for moving forward with an innovation infused, results oriented effort.
Central to the work of the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness is the creation of a National Partnership of every level of government and the private sector to achieve the goal of ending chronic homelessness and reducing all homelessness.
Swiss Council of States Information - TextSheet.com (185 words)
The Council of States of Switzerland (German: Ständerat, French Conseil des Etats, Italian Consiglio degli Stati) is the upper house of the parliament (Senate) and has 46 seats.
There are currently (2002) 9 women in the Council of States (19.5%).
The Swiss Council of States, is elected by the Swiss citizens as is the National Council.
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