13 Legislative History of the Export Enhancement Act of 1992 : P.L. 102-429 : 106 Stat. 2186 : October 21, 1992. 1 (1992)

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               EXPORT ENHANCEMENT ACT OF 1992

             Public Law 102-429   106 Stat. 2186

                      October 21, 1992

                      DEBATE  (Cont'd)

160. Senate began consideration of S. 1435 with amendments,
     July 24, 1991, pp. S10709-58.

     Amendments to S. 1435 submitted by the Senate, along
     with remarks by Sens. Kasten, Inouye, and Lieberman,
     July 24, 1991, pp. S10792-803.

     Remarks by Sen. Dixon on S. 1435, July 24, 1991, pp.

161. Senate considered S. 1435 with amendments, July 25,
     1991, pp. S10840-10931.

     Amendments to S. 1435 submitted by the Senate, July 25,
     1991, pp. S10967-75.

162. Senate considered S. 1435 and passed the bill, striking
     all after the enacting clause of H.R. 2508 and
     inserting in lieu thereof the text of S. 1435, as
     amended, July 26, 1991, pp. S10997-11041.

     Amendments to S. 1435 submitted by the Senate, July 26,
     1991, pp. S11078-89.

163. Remarks by Sen. Kennedy on H.R. 2508, and appointment
     of additional conferees, July 29, 1991, pp. S11207-15.

164. Remarks by Reps. Traficant and Burton on H.R. 2508,
     July 31, 1991, p. E2773-74, E2786.

165. House disagreed to the Senate amendment to H.R. 2508,
     and requested a conference with the Senate, and
     instructed conferees to insist on maintaining the House
     provisions of Title IV, related to International
     Narcotics Control, September 12, 1991, pp. H6506-07,

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