7 Legislative History of the Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971: P.L. 92-225: 86 Stat. 3: Feb. 7, 1972 I (1972)

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Vol. 7
ACT OF 1971
P.L. 92-225                                            86 Stat. 3
February 7, 1972
Congressional Research Service
Library of Congress Analysis
97. Brief summary of the major provisions of S. 382 as agreed to
in the Senate-House Conference. AP 216, December 17, 1971.
98. The Presidential Election Campaign Fund Act - a discussion
of some of the major provisions of the 1971 Federal income
tax checkoff law to fund presidential candidates. AP 217,
December 22, 1971.
99. Discussion of House of Representatives action of amendments
offered to H.R. 11060, campaign financing reform bill,
92nd Congress, 1st Session, 1971. AP 224, January 14, 1972
100. S. 382 - The Federal Election Campaign Act of 1971 Guidebook'
for candidates for the U.S. Congress. AP 225, February
3, 1972.
101. Comparison of provisions of existing Federal laws regulating
political campaign financing and S. 382 as passed by
Congress on January 19, 1972 and sent to the President for
his signature. AP 226, January 31, 1972.

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