Talk:AIDS Memorial Grove

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National Memorial Designation[edit]

The page currently states, "Congress and the President of the United States approved the 'National AIDS Memorial Grove Act' in 1996, which officially set aside the deLaveaga Dell land in Golden Gate Park as the site for the first AIDS memorial in the nation." The "National AIDS Memorial Grove Act itself wasn't passed (H.R.3193 and S.1992 of the 104th Congress). However, H.R.4236 the Omnibus Parks and Public Lands Management Act of 1996 passed (Public Law 104-333), which designated this a national memorial. This Omnibus bill combined multiple bills into this one bill that was passed. My issue is the article doesn't properly document this and it has a source that backs up its incorrect statement. Although, I would consider to be a more authoritative source. -- MicahDCochran (talk) 23:06, 1 December 2017 (UTC)