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H. Rept. 106-186 1 (1999-06-16)

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                   106TH CONGRESS                                      REPORT
                      1st Session   HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES          106-186




                   PROVIDING FOR THE CONSIDERATION OF H.R. 1501, CONSEQUENCES FOR
                   JUVENILE OFFENDERS ACT OF 1999, AND H.R. 2122, MANDATORY GUN
                     SHOW BACKGROUND CHECK ACT OF 1999



                     JUNE 16 (legislative day of JUNE 15), 1999.-Referred to the House Calendar and
                                           ordered to be printed


                              Mr. DREIER, from the Committee on Rules,
                                       submitted the following


                                            REPORT

                                        [To accompany H. Res. 209]
                     The Committee on Rules, having had under consideration House
                   Resolution 209, by a non-record vote, report the same to the House
                   with the recommendation that the resolution be adopted.

                               SUMMARY OF PROVISIONS OF RESOLUTION
                     The resolution provides for the consideration of H.R. 1501, Con-
                   sequences for Juvenile Offenders Act of 1999, and H.R. 2122,
                   Mandatory Gun Show Background Check Act of 1999, under a
                   structured rule.
                     The rule provides one hour of general debate confined to the bill
                   and the amendments made in order to H.R. 1501, divided equally
                   between the chairman and ranking minority member of the Com-
                   mittee on the Judiciary. The rule provides for consideration of only
                   the amendments printed in part A of this report accompanying the
                   resolution. The rule further provides that, except as specified in the
                   resolution, amendments will be considered only in the order speci-
                   fied in part A of this report, may be offered only by a Member de-
                   signed in this report, shall be considered as read, shall be debat-
                   able for the time specified in this report equally divided and con-
                   trolled by the proponent and an opponent, and shall not be subject
                   to a demand for a division of the question. The amendments print-
                   ed in part A of this report shall not be subject to amendment, ex-
                   cept as specified in part A of this report. The rule also waives all
                   points of order against the amendments printed in part A of this
                   report.
                      57-326

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