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

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Vol. 7
Housing and Community Development Act of 1992
P.L. 102-550                                      106 Stat. 3673
October 28, 1992
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102nd Congress
137 Congrressional Record (Daily Edition), 102nd Congress, 1st
Session (1991).
29) Permanent Solution to Preservation of Affordable Housing,
Remarks by Mr. Gonzalez in the House, October 10, 1991, H7423.
138 Congressional Record (Daily Edition), 102nd Congress, 2nd
Session (1992).
30) The   Introduction  of  the  McKinney  Homeless  Assistance
Reauthorization Act of 1992, Extension of remarks by Mr.
Vento in the House, February 24, 1992, E385-86.
31) Reauthorization of Interagency Council on the Homeless and
the Federal Emergency Management Food and Shelter Program,
Remarks by Mr. Glenn upon introduction of 8. 2624 in the
Senate, April 28, 1992, 85700-01.
32) Senate consideration and passage of 8. 2624, July 31, 1992, 8.
11041-42.
33) Federal Housing Administration Reform, Extension of remarks
by Mr. DeFazio in the House, July 31, 1992, E2339-40.
34) House consideration, amendment, and passage of H.R. 5334,
August 5, 1992, H7391-7494.
35) Housing and Community Development, Extension of remarks by
Mr. Wylie in the House, August 7, 1992, E2404.
36) Housing and Community Development Act of 1992, Extension of
remarks Mr. Stallings in the House, August 7, 1992, E2408.
37) Housing and Community Development Act of 1992, Extension of
remarks Mr. Serrano in the House, August 12, 1992, E2545.
38) Text of Senate amendment No. 2983 intended to be proposed by
Mr. Cranston to 8. 3031, September 10. 1992, S13280-13295.

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