2 Legislative History of the Coinage Act of 1965 : P.L. 89-81 : 79 Stat. 254 : July 23, 1965. 1 (1965)

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                                           Mi 6
                                           Vol. 2


               COINAGE ACT OF 1965

           P. L. 89-81     79 Stat. 254

                  July 23, 1965



                      BILLS

1    H.R. 8747 as introduced by Mr. Patman, June
     3, 1965.  (Committee considered bill.)

2.   H.R. 8926 (clean bill) as reported to House,
     June 11, 1965.  (H. Rept. 509.)

3.   S. 2080 as introduced by Sen. Robertson (for
     himself and Sen. Bennett), June 3, 1965.

4.   S. 2080 as amended and reported to Senate
     June 11, 1965.  (S. Rept. 317.)

5.   S. Amdt. No. 263 as intended to be proposed
     by Sen. Simpson, June 10, 1965.

6.   S. Amdt. No. 276 as intended to be proposed
     by Sen. Pastore, June 15, 1965.

7.   S. Amdt. No. 286 as intended to be proposed
     by Sen. Moss, June 22, 1965.

8.   S. Amdt. No. 287 as intended to be proposed
     by Sen. Simpson, June 23, 1965.

9.   S. Amdt. No. 288 as intended to be proposed
     by Sen. Lausche, June 23, 1965.

10.  S. Amdt. No. 289 as intended to be proposed
     by Sen. Magnuson, June 23, 1965.

11.  S. Amdt. No. 290 as intended to be proposed
     by Sen. Dominick, June 23, 1965.

12.  S. Amdt. No. 291 as intended to be proposed
     by Sen. Bible, June 23, 1965.

     S. 2080 as passed Senate, June 24, 1965.
     SEE: 111 Cong. Rec. 14151-14152 (daily ed.
     June 24, 1965) included herein as item No.
     19.

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