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4 INCL Brief 1 (1974-1975)

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July 1974   Volume 4, Number 1

Published by the Section of Insurance, Negligence & Compensation LawA3

Federal No-Fault Bill Passes U.S. Senate*
Submitted by Gary R. Alexander

On May 1, 1974, the United States Senate passed the
N* nal No-Fault Motor Vehicle Insurance Bill by a
ate of 53 to 42. The recorded vote was as follows:

Abourezk
Aiken
Bayh
Beall
Bennett
Biden
Brooke
Burdick
Byrd,
Robert C.
Cannon
Case
Clark
Cranston
Gravel
Griffin
Hart
Haskell
Allen
Baker
Bartlett
Bentsen
Bible
Brock
Buckley
Byrd,
Harry F., Jr.
Chiles
Church
Cook
Cotton
Curtis
Dole

YEAS-53
Hatfield
Hathaway
Hughes
Humphrey
Inouye
Jackson
Javits
Kennedy
Magnuson
Mathias
McGee
McIntyre
Metcalf
Metzenbaum
Mondale
Moss
Muskie
Nelson
NAYS-42
Domenici
Dominick
Eagleton
Eastland
Ervin
Fannin
Goldwater
Hansen
Hartke
Helms
Hollings
Hruska
Huddleston
Johnston
Long

Packwood
Pastore
Pearson
Pell
Percy
Proxmire
Ribicoff
Roth
Schweiker
Scott, Hugh
Stafford
Stevens
Stevenson
Symington
Taft
Tunney
Weicker
Williams
McClellan
McClure
McGovern
Montoya
Nunn
Randolph
Scott,
William L.
Sparkman
Stennis
Talmadge
Thurmond
Tower
Young

Bellm

PRESENT AND GIVING A LIVE PAIR, AS
PREVIOUSLY RECORDED-1
Mansfield, for
ANSWERED PRESENT-1
Fong
NOT VOTING-3
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urney

Hearings are now being held by the House of Repre-
sentatives. These hearings are being held by the Com-
merce and Finance Subcommittee of the House Inter-
state and Foreign Commerce Committee. The full House
Committee is listed below: (Members of the Commerce
and Finance Subcommittee are designated by*.)
Harley 0. Staggers (D-W.Va.)
Torbert H. Macdonald (D-Mass.)
John Jarman (D-Okla.)
*John E. Moss (D-Calif.)
John D. Dingell (D-Mich.)
Paul G. Rogers (D-Fla.)
Lionel Van Deerlin (D-Calif.)
J.J. (Jake) Pickle (D-Tex.)
Fred B. Rooney (D-Penn.)
John M. Murphy (D-N.Y.)
David E. Satterfield III (D-Va.)
Brock Adams (D-Wash.)
*W.S. (Bill) Stuckey (D-Ga.)
Peter N. Kyros (D-Maine)
Bob Eckhardt (D-Tex.)
Richardson Preyer (D-N.C.)
Bertram L. Podell (D-N.Y.)
*Henry Helstoski (D-N.J.)
(Continued on page 2)
Nothing herein contained shall be construed as representing the
opinions, views, or actions of the American Bar Association
unless the same shall have been first approved by the House of
Delegates or the Board of Governors, or of the Section of
Insurance, Negligence and Compensation Law of the Association
unless first approved by the Section or Its Council.
*Copyright © 1974 Defense Research Institute. Reprinted with
permission, all rights reserved.

Copyright ©1974 American Bar Association

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