16 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.
DEBATE (Cont.)
97th Congress:
128 Congressional Record (Daily Edition)
97th Congress, 2nd Session (1982)
53) Remarks by Mr. Denton concerning S. 1630, the
Criminal Code Reform Act of 1981, April 1, 1982,
S3305-07.
54) Remarks by Mssrs. Denton and Helms concerning
S. 1630, April 22, 1982, S3394-95.
55) Remarks by Mr. Laxalt concerning S. 2572, the
Violent Crime and Drug Enforcement Improvements Act
of 1982, July 1, 1982, S7921.
Note: S. 2572, which was introduced and placed on
the Senate Calendar on May 26, 1982,
contains Criminal Code Reform provisions
similar to S. 1630, the Criminal Code Reform
Act of 1981.
56) Remarks by Mr. Schmitt concerning S. 2572, July 15,
1982, S8439-40.

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