1 Legislative History of the Freedom of Information Act Amendments of 1974: P.L. 93-502: 88 Stat. 1561: Nov. 21, 1974 1 (1974)

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P.L. 93-502             88 Stat. 1561
November 21, 1974
1. Public Law 93-502; veto overridden
and became Law on November 21, 1974.
2. House Document 93-383, Vetoing H.R.
12471, Amend Freedom of Information
Act, a message from the President
of the United States, 93d Congress,
November 18, 1974.
3. Senate Document 93-82, Freedom of
Information Act Source Book:
Legislative Materials, Cases,
Articles, originally a committee
print of Subcommittee on Administra-
tive Practice and Procedure of the
Senate Judiciary Committee, 93d
Congress, 1974.
93d Congress
4. House Report 93-876 to accompany H.R.
12471, March 5-, 1974.
5. Senate Report 93-854 to accompany S.
2543, May 16, 1974.
6. House Report 93-1380 (Conference Report)
to accompany H.R. 12471, September 25,

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