3 Legislative History of the Food and Agriculture Act of 1965: P.L. 89-321: 79 Stat. 1187: Nov. 3, 1965 [i] (1965)

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P.L. 89-321                                  79 Stat. 1187
November 3, 1965
Explanation of Congressional action
Early in the 89th Congress, individual Congressmen and
Senators introduced bills relating to dairy, cotton, wheat,
feed grain, cropland adjustment, and miscellaneous titles.
The administration introduced omnibus bill H.R. 7097
(companion to S. 1702) on April 5, 1965. On July 13, Chairman
Cooley (H. Agric. committee) introduced clean bill H.R. 9811,
upon which final action was taken.
12. House Agriculture Committee, committee calendar (No. 7),
pages explaining and noting action taken on H.R. 9811
and preceding bills, November 15, 1965.
13. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Stabilization
and Conservation Service [a general explanation of the
cotton, feed grain, cropland adjustment, dairy, and
wheat sections of Food & Agricultural Act of 19651.
88th Congress
14. S.1915as introduced by Sen. Proxmire on July 18, 1965.
15. S. Amendment No. 193 to S. 1915, as intended to be pro-
posed by Sen. McCarthy, September 12, 1963.
16. S. Amendment No. 117 to S. 1915, as intended to be
proposed by Sen. Aiken and Sen. Prouty, October 8,
17. S. Amendment No. 220 to S. 1915, proposed by Sen.Proxmire,
October 9, 1963.
18. S. 1915 as passed Senate, October 14, 1965 (some of the
dairy proposals in this bill are included in Title I
of H.R. 9811, see p. 2 of H. Rep. 631, 89th Congress).
89th Congress
19. H.R. 7097 as introduced by Mr. Cooley, April 5, 1965
(administration bill).
2Q. S. 1702 as introduced by Sen. Ellender, April 5, 1965
(companion to H.R. 7097).
4 .  H.R. 9811 as introduced. by Mr. Cooley, July 13, 1965.


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