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

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Vol. 14
The Housing and Community Development
Act of 1992
P.L. 102-550                             106 Stat. 3673
October 28, 1992
Title XV- Annunzio-Wylie Anti-Money Laundering Act
106 Stat. 4044
I BILLS
102nd Congress
117) H.R. 26 the, Money Laundering Enforcement
Amendments of 1991, as introduced by Mr. Annunzio
and referred to the Committee on Banking, Finance,
and Urban Affairs, January 3, 1991.
H.R. 26 as reported (House Report No. 102-28), March
20, 1991
(Available electronically through the Arnold &
Porter Legislative Staff)
118) H.R. 26 as passed the House and received in the
Senate, June 13, 1991.
119) 8. 305 the, Money Laundering Enforcement Amendments
of 1991, as introduced by Mr. Kerry and referred to
the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban
Affairs, January 30, 1991.
120) 8. 630 the, Money Laundering Enforcement Act, as
introduced by Mr. D'Amato and referred to the
Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs,
March 12, 1991.
121) 5. 1665 the, Money Laundering Improvements Act of
1991, as introduced by Mr. D'Amato and referred to
the Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban
Affairs, August 2, 1991.
5. 543 as reported (Senate Report No. 102-167),
October 1, 1991.
(See Item #39 in the legislative history of P.L.
102-242)
5. 543 as passed the Senate, November 21, 1991.
(Available electronically through the Arnold &
Porter Legislative Staff)

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