4 Legislative History of the Defense Production Act Amendments of 1992 P.L. 102-558 1 (1992)

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Vol. 4
DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT AMENDMENTS
OF 1992
P.L. 102-558                             106 Stat. 4198
October 28, 1992
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102nd Congress
12) H.R. 3039, Defense Production Act Amendments of
1991, as introduced by Mr. Carper and referred to
the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban
Affairs, 102nd Congress, July 25, 1991.
13) H.R. 3039 as reported (House Report No. 102-208,
Parts I & II), September 27, 1991.
H.R. 3039 as passed the House, October 2, 1991.
(Refer to item #26 of this history for text of H.R.
3039 as passed the House).
14) 8. 347, Defense Production Act Amendments of
1991, as introduced by Mr. Riegle, read tvice, and
ordered placed on the calendar, February 5, 1991.
8. 347 as passed by the Senate, February 21, 1991.
(Refer to item #24 of this history for text of S.
347 as passed the Senate).
101st Congress
15) H.R. 486, Defense Production Act Amendments of
1989, as introduced by Ms. Oakar and referred to
the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban
Affairs, 101st Congress, January 4, 1989.
H.R. 486 as reported (House Report No. 101-724),
September 19, 1990.
(Refer to Arnold & Porter RE101-16 item # 12 for
text of bill as reported).
16) H.R. 486 as passed by the House and received in the
Senate, September 28, 1990.
17) H.R. 4766, Defense Production Act Amendments of
1990, as introduced by Mr. Gonzales by request and
referred to the Committee on Banking, Finance, and
Urban Affairs, 101st Congress, May 9, 1990.

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