A term to know.
A resolution adopted by both the House and the Senate, but which is not presented to the President for signature, and does not have the authority of law. A resolution of this nature typically addresses the sentiment of both chambers on a particular topic, or concerns issues or matters affecting both houses, such as adjournment or recess. A concurrent resolution originating in the House of Representatives is designated by the letters "xxxH. Con. Res.xxx" followed by a number, and concurrent resolutions introduced in the Senate as "xxxS. Con. Res.xxx" followed by a number. For example: 112 H. Con. Res. 64.