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

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1This 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 97-1.1

CHAPTER H - SENTENCING REFORM ACT OF 1984

98th Congress

94)   S. 668, the Sentencing Reform Act of 1983, as introduced by Mr. Kennedy and
referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress, March 3, 1983.
95)   S. 668 as reported (Senate Report No. 98-223) with an amendment, August 4, 1983.
[Note: The report to accompany this bill was actually ordered printed on
September 14, 1983.]
96)   S. 668 as passed the Senate, received in the House, and referred to the House
Judiciary Committee, February 7, 1984.
97)   H.R. 3128, the Sentencing Reform Act of 1983, as introduced by Mr. Rodino
and referred to the House Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress, May 24,
1983.
98)   H.R. 3997, the Sentencing Reform   Act of 1983, as introduced by
Mr. Sundquist and referred to the House Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress,
September 27, 1983.
99)   H.R. 4554, the Sentencing Act of 1983, as introduced by Mr. Rodino and
referred  to  the  House   Judiciary  Committee,  98th  Congress,
November 18,1983.
100)  H.R. 4827, the Sentencing Revision Act of 1984, as introduced by
Mr. Conyers and referred to the House Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress,
February 9, 1984.
101)  H.R. 5773, the Sentencing Reform Act of 1984, as introduced by Mr. Fish
and referred to the House Judiciary Committee, 98th Congress, June 4, 1984.

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