4 Legislative History of the Employee Polygraph Protection Act of 1988 P.L. 100-347 1 (1988)

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Vol. 4
P.L. 100-347                              102 Stat. 646
June 27, 1988
100th Congress:
13) H.R. 1212, the Employee Polygraph Protection Act,
as introduced by Mr. Williams and referred to the
House Education and Labor Committee, 100th
Congress, February 24, 1987.
14) H.R. 1212 as reported (House Report No. 100-208)
with an amendment, July 9, 1987.
15) H.R. 1212 as passed the House, received in the
Senate, and placed on the Senate Calendar, November
6, 1987.
16) S. 1904, the Polygraph Protection Act of 1987, as
introduced by Mr. Kennedy and referred to the
Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee, 100th
Congress, December 1, 1987.
17) S. 1904 as reported (Senate Report No. 100-284)
with an amendment, February 11, 1988.
99th Congress:
H.R. 1524, the Polygraph Protection Act of 1985, as
introduced by Mr. Williams and referred to the
House Education and Labor Committee, 99th Congress,
March 7, 1985. (See Item 42 in this Volume for the
language of this bill).
18) H.R. 1524 as reported (House Report No. 99-416)
with an amendment, December 5, 1985.
19) H.R. 1524 as passed the House, rec   din the
Senate, and referred to the Senaterbor and-Ai' b\
Resources Committee, March 13, 19,C

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