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

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Vol. 6
CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY ACT
P.L. 92-573                                          86 Stat. 1207
October 27, 1972
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Volume 118 Congressional Record, (92nd Congress, 2nd Session)
32. Senate consideration, amendment and passage of S. 3419,
June 21, 1972, pp. S9861-9941.
33. House consideration of H.R. 15003. Proceedings vacated
,S. 3419 as amended by The House passed in lieu,
September 20, 1972, pp. H8563-8608.
34. Senate disagreement with House amendments to S. 3419, request
for a conference and appointment of conferees,
September 27, 1972, pp. S16123-31.
35. House insistence on its amendments to S. 3419, agreement to
Senate request for a conference, and appointment of
conferees, September 28, 1972, p. H884B.
36. Submission of the conference report on4    3419 (H. Rept.
92-1593) to The House, October 127 1972, pp. H9844-62.
37. (House consideration of, and agreement to conference report on
S 5. 3419, October 13, 1972, pp. H9908-09.
38. Submission of the conference report on S. 3419 (H. Rept.
92-1593). Senate consideration of, and agreement to
conference report, October 14, 1972, pp. S18198-
18200.
Introductory Remarks
Volume 117 Congressional Record, (92nd Congress, 1st Session)
39. Remarks by Mr. Magnuson.upon introduction of S. 983,
February 25, 1971, pp. S1940-43.
40. Remarks by Mr. Humphrey upon introduction of S. 1685,
April 29, 1971, pp. S5803-4.

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