2 Legislative History of the Housing Amendments of 1955: Public Law 345: 84th Congress: Ch. 763: 1st Session 1 (1955)

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                                  H 10
                                  Vol. 2

    HOUSING AMENDMENTS OF 1955

Public Law 345       84th Congress
Ch. 783              1st Session


                        BILLS

S. 2126 as reported in Senate, June 1, 1955.

S. 2126 as passed Senate, June 7, 1955.

S. 2126 as reported in House, June 24, 1955.

Amendments to S. 2126, offered by:

     Mr. Capehart, June 1, 1955.

     Mr. Monroney, June 2, 1955.

     Mr. Flanders, June 7, 1955 (See Debates, p.
   7726)

     Mr. Bush, June 7, 1955 (See Debates, p. 7739)

     Mr. Byrd, June 7, 1955 (See Debates, p. 7747)

     Mr. Kuchel, June 7, 1955 (See Debates, p. 7748)

     Mr. Stennis, June 7, 1955 (See Debates, p. 7751)

     Mr. Sparkman, June 7, 1955 (See Debates, p.
   7753)

S. 2513 as introduced by Mr. Bush, July 13, 1955.

S. 2513 as reported in Senate, July 21, 1955.

S. 2513 as passed Senate, July 25, 1955.

H.R. 5827 as introduced by Mr. Spence, April 25,
     1955.

H.R. 7473 as introduced by Mr. Walcott, July 19,
     1955.

H.R. 377 as introduced by Mr. Garmatz, January 5,
     1955.

S. 200 as introduced by Mr. Bush, January 10,
     1955.

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