11 Legislative History of the Emergency Price Control Act, 1942 1 (1946)

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                 PRICE CONTROL ACT
                 1946   EXTENSION
                 BILLS  AND DEBATES


                     BILLS

 Preliminary Bills (H. R..5270 and S. 2028)


 1.   H. R. 5270, as introduced by Mr. Spence, Jan. 29, 1946.

 2.   Wiley amendment to H. R. 5270, March 8, 1946.

 3.   S. 2028, as introduced by Mr. Wagner, April 4, 1946.

 4.  Mr.  Thomas' amendment to S. 2028, April 18, 1946.

 5.  Mr. McFarland's amendment to S. 2028, April 19, 1946.

 6.  Mr. Murray's amendment to S. 2028, May 17, 1946.

 7.  Mr. Thomas' amendment to S. 2028, May 21, 1946.

 8.  Mr. Willis' amendment to S. 2028, May 31, 1946.


 H. R. 6042 (subsequently vetoed)

 1.  H. R. 6042, as introduced by Mr. Spence, Apr. 8, 1946.

 2.  H. R. 6042, as reported to House, April 9, 1946.

 3.  H. R. 6042, as passed House, April 18, 1946.

 4.  H. R. 6042, as reported to Senate, June 7, 1946.

 5.  Mr. Taft's amendment to H. R. 6042, June 6, 1946.

 6.  Mr. Butler's amendment to H. R. 6042, June 8, 1946.

 7.  Mr. Moore's amendment to H. R. 6042, June 8, 1946.

 8.  Mr. Moore's amendment to H. R. 6042, June 10, 1946.

 9.  Mr. Wherry's amendment to H. R. 6042, June 10, 1946.

 10. Mr. Capehart's amendment to H. R. 6042, June 11, 1946.

 11. 11r. Capehart's amendment to H. R. 6042, June 11, 1946.

 12. Mr. Capehart's amendment to H. R. 6042, June 11, 1946.

13.  11r. Capehart's amendment to H. R. 6042, June 11, 1946.

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