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

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Vol. 3
Public Law 93-443             88 Stat. 1262
October 15, 1974
93d Congress
17.Federal Election Reform, Hearings before
the Subcommittee on Elections of
the Hous-e- Administration Committee on
H.R. 7612 and S. 372, 93d Congress,
October 2, 10, 16, 25; November 14,
29, 1973 (Supplement follows).
92d Congress
18.Disclosure of Financial Interests by Per-
sons Engaged in the Operation of the
Federal Government, Hearings before
the Subcommittee on Privileges and
Elections of the Senate Rules and
Administration Committee on S. 343
and S. 344, 93d Congress, November 4,
19.To Amend the Federal Election Campaign
Act of 1971, Hearings before the
House Administration Committee on
H.R. 15511, 92d Congress, June 20,
19a.  Federal Election Campaign Laws
Compiled by the Senate Library
for the Subcommittee on
Privileges and Elections of
of the Senate Rules and Admin-
istration Committee, January

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