5 Legislative History of the Consumer Product Safety Act 1 (1972)

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Vol. 5
P.L. 92-573                               86 Stat. 1207
October 27, 1972
92nd Congress
13. S. 3419 as introduced by Mr. Magnuson and reported
from the Senate Commerce Committee (S. Rept.
92-749), March 24, 1972.
14. S. 3419 as reported, amended, from the Senate
Labor and Public Welfare Committee (S. Rept. 92-
835), June 5, 1972.
Note: The Senate Government Operations Committee dis-
charged the bill from further considerati-n
(pursuant to the order of March 24, 1972), June
1, 1972.
15. S. 3419, printed as passed the Senate, June 21,
16. S. 3419 as passed Senate and referred to the House
Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, June
26, 1972.
17. Committee Print No. 1 of the Consumer Safety Act
(S. 983 and S. 1797) prepared for use of the
Senate Commerce Committee, January, 1972.
18. Committee Print No. 2 of the Consumer Safety Act
(S. 983 and S. 1797) prepared for use of the
Senate Commerce Committee, February, 1972.
19. Committee Print No. 3 of the Consumer Safety Act
(as ordered to be reported) (S. 983 and S. 1797),
prepared for use of the Senate Commerce Com-
mittee, March 21, 1972.

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