2 Legislative History of the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1965: P.L. 89-117: 79 Stat. 451: Aug. 10, 1965 1 (1965)

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      HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT ACT OF 1965
P.L. 89-117                                   79 Stat. 451
                    August 10, 1965

                        BILLS
11. H.R. 5840 (administration bill) (Identical to H.R.
       5841 and H.R. 6284) as introduced by Mr. Patman
       on March 4, 1965.
12. H.R. 6501 (minority bill) as introduced by Mr. Widnall
       on March 18, 1965.

13. H.R. 7984 (clean bill) (Identical to H.R. 7985 and
       H.R. 7986) as introduced by Mr. Patman on May 6,
       1965.
14. H.R. 7984 as reported in House on May 21, 1965.
       (H. Rep. 679).
     H.R. 7984 as passed House (amended) on June 30, 1965
       (Not available).

15. S. 1354 (companion bill to H.R. 5840) as introduced
       by Mr. Sparkman, March 4, 1965.
16. s. 1942 (Identical, companion bill to H.R. 7984 as
       passed House) as introduced by Mr. Douglas, May 11,
       1965.

17. S. 2213 (clean bill - companion bill to H.R. 7984)
       as reported. in Senate on June 28, 1965 (S. Rep. 378).
18. H.R. 7984 as passed Senate with Senate amendments
       numbered (passed Senate as amended by striking out
       all after enacting clause and inserting language of
       S. 2213, as amended on the Senate floor).


   Text of additional minor Senate bills to amend the federal
     housing laws may be found in the Senate hearings (S.506,
     S.519, S.644, 8.712, S.786, S.946, S.1182, S.1183, S.1202,
     S.1532, S.1549, S.1577, S.1617, S.1618, and S.1720).

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19. Senste amendments to H.R. 7984:
          No.        Introduced by       Date (1965)

          349           Miller             July 13
          350           Miller             July 13
          351           Miller             July 13

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