1 Legislative History of the Anti-Car Theft Improvements Act of 1996 P.L. 104-152 1 (1996)

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ANTI-CAR THEFF IMPROVEMENTS
ACT OF 1996

P.L. 104-152

110 STAT. 1384

July 2, 1996

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1)    Public Law No. 104-152 as enacted July 2,
1996.

REPORTS

104th Congress
2)    House Report No. 104-618 to accompany H.R.
2803, the Anti-Car Theft Improvements Act of
1995, 104th Congress, June 12, 1996.
Note: There were no Senate reports filed with
this legislation.

HA.'RINGS:

104th Congress
3)    Minor and Miscellaneous Bills, Part 2,
Hearing before the House Subcommittee on
Crime of the Committee on the Judiciary, 104th
Congress, March 7, 1996.
Note: There were no Senate hearings held on
this legislation.

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