6 Legislative History of the Family Support Act of 1988 : P.L. 100-485 : 102 Stat. 2343 : Oct. 13, 1988. 1 (1988)

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                                                                 SO. 1.25
                                                                 Vol.  6

                            FAMILY SUPPORT ACT OF 1988

                      Public Law 100-485      102 Stat. 2343

                                 October 13, 1988


                                      DEBATE

          41.  Daily Digest pages from the Congressional Record showing
                  progress of debate.

               See  'Note' for correct method of citation.

               100th Congress, 2d Session(vol. 133)

          42.  Remarks by Rep. Walker on welfare, June 11,  1987, p.
                  H4476.

          43.  Remarks by Rep. Lightfoot on welfare reform, July  15,
                  1987, P. H6314.

               Submission of an amendment to H.R. 1720 by Rep. Kanjorski,
                  July 15, 1987, p. H6378.

          44.  Remarks  by Sen. Moynihan on S. 1511, July  21, 1987, p.
                  S10373.

               Statements by Sens. Moynihan, Biden, Bradley, George
                  Mitchell, Adams, Chafee, Danforth, Durenberger,  and
                  Kerry, on introducing S. 1511, July  21, 1987, pp.
                  S10400-35.

          45.  Submission of an amendment to H.R. 1720 by Rep. Brown of
                  CO, July 28, 1987, p. H6742.

          46.  Remarks by Rep. Hawkins on H.R.  1720, July 29, 1987, p.
                  E3141.

          47.  Remarks by Rep. Miller on H.R. 1720, Aug.  5, 1987, p.
                  E3253.
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          48.  Remarks by Rep. Gradison on S. 1511, Aug.  6, 1987, pp.
                  E3309-10.

          49.  Remarks by Sen. Simon on S. 1511, Aug. 7,  1987, p. S11790.

               Remarks by Rep. Hefley on welfare reform, Aug.  7, 1987, p.
                  E3399.

          50.  Remarks by Rep. Downey on H.R. 1720, S.  1511, and H.R.
                   3200, Sept. 15, 1987, pp. E3539-40.

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