1 Legislative History of the Federal Election Campaign Act Amendments of 1974: P.L. 93-443: 88 Stat. 1263: October 15, 1974 1 (1975)

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Vol. 1
FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN ACT
AMENDMENTS OF 1974
Public Law 93-443            88 Stat. 126:
October 15, 1974
1. Public Law 93-443 as approved
October 15, 1974.
DOCUMENTS
2. House Document No. 93-102, Draft of
Proposed Legislation to Establish
a Non-Partisan Commission on Federal
Election Reform, a message from
The President of the United States,
May 16, 1973.
3. House Document No. 93-231, Proposals for
the Reform of The Electoral Process,
a message from The President of the
United States, March 11, 1974.
REPORTS
93rd Congress
4. Senate Report No. 93-689 to accompany
S. 3044, February 21, 1974.
5. House Report No. 93-1239 to accompany
H.R. 16090, July 30, 1974.
6. House Report No. 93-1438 (Conference Re-
port) to accompany S. 3044,
October 7, 1974.
7. Senate Report No. 93-1237 (Conference Re-
port) to accompany S. 3044,
October 7, 1974.

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