7 Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984, P.L. 98-473 (Title II), 98-Stat. 1976, October 12, 1984 1 (1984)

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COMPREHENSIVE CRIME CONTROL ACT OF 1984
P.L. 98-473 (Title II)                    98 Stat. 1976
October 12, 1984
This Legislative History is limited to Title II of
P.L. 98-473, the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of
1984. For legislative materials on Criminal Code Reform
prior to the 97th Congress See Study 97-1.
BILLS (Cont.)
98th Congress: (Cont.)
Senate
13) S. 829, the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of
1983, as introduced by Mr. Thurmond and referred to
the Senate Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress,
March 16, 1983.
14) S. 830, the National Security and Violent Crime
Control Act of 1983, as introduced by Mr. Biden and
referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee, 98th
Congress, March 16, 1984.
15) S. 1762, the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of
1983, as introduced by Mr. Thurmond and referred to
the Senate Judiciary Committee. Subsequently
reported by Mr. Thurmond without amendment and
referred to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
for the purpose only of considering part M of title
X of the bill, 98th Congress, August 4, 1983.
16) S. 1762 as reported (Senate Report No. 98-225) from
the Senate Judiciary Committee without amendment,
and from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee
(Senate Report No. 98-241) with amendments,
September 20, 1983.
Note: The written report of the Senate Judiciary
Committee (Senate Report No. 98-225) was
actually submitted on September 14, 1983.
17) S. 1762 as passed the Senate, received in the
House, and referred to the House Judiciary
Committee, February 9, 1984.

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