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

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Vol. 12
The Housing and Community Development
Act of 1992
P.L. 102-550                              106 Stat. 3673
October 28, 1992
Title XIII- Federal Housing Enterprises Financial safety
and Soundness Act of 1992
106 Stat. 3941
BILLSI
102nd Congress
86) H.R. 6094 the, Federal Housing Enterprises
Financial Safety and Soundness Act of 1991, as
introduced by Mr. Gonzalez and referred to the
Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs,
October 2, 1992.
87) H.R. 6094 as passed by the House and received in the
Senate, October 8. 1992.
88) H.R. 2900 the, Government-Sponsored Housing
Enterprises Financial Safety and Soundness Act of
1991, as introduced by Mr. Gonzalez and referred
to the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban
Affairs, July 16, 1991.
H.R. 2900 as reported (House Report No. 102-206),
September 17, 1991.
(Available electronically through the Arnold &
Porter Legislative Staff).
89) H.R. 2900 as passed the House and received in the
Senate, September 30, 1991.
90) H.R. 2747 the, Government-Sponsored Enterprises
Financial Safety and Soundness Act of 1991, as
introduced by request by Mr. Gonzalez and referred
to the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban
SAffairs, June 25, 1991.
91) 5. 2733 as reported as an original bill from the
Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs
(Senate Report   No. 102-282),   Federal   Housing
Enterprises Regulatory reform Act of 1992, May 15,
1992.

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