6 Legislative History of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1992 P.L. 102-550 1 (1992)

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Vol. 6
Housing and Community Development
Act of 1992
P.L. 102-550                             106 Stat. 3673
October 28, 1992
BILLS
102nd Congress
23) H.R. 5334 the, Housing and Community Development
Act of 1992, as introduced by Mr. Gonzales and
referred to the Committee on Banking, Finance, and
Urban Affairs, June 5, 1992.
H.R. 5334 as reported (House Report No. 102- 760),
July 30, 1992.
(Available electronically through the Arnold &
Porter Legislative Staff)
24) H.R. 5334 as passed the House and received in
the Senate, August 11, 1992.
25) S. 3031 the, National Affordable Housing Act
Amendments of 1992, as reported (Senate Report No.
102-332) as an original bill July 23, 1992.
26) B.R. 3483 a bill to amend title II of the Housing
and Community Development Act of 1987 to make
technical corrections providing for the preservation
of federally assisted low-income housing, extend
certain rural housing programs, and for other
purposes introduced by Mr. Gonzalez and referred to
the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban
Affairs, October 3, 1991.
27) H.R. 4300 the, Stewart B. McKinney Homeless
Assistance Amendments Act of 1992, as introduced by
Mr. Vento and referred jointly to the Committees on
Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs, Energy and
Commerce, Education and Labor, and Veterans'
Affairs, February 25, 1992.
H.R. 4300 as reported, (House Report No. 102-844
Part 1) August 12, 1992.
(Available electronically through the Arnold &
Porter Legislative Staff)

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