2 Legislative History of the Independent Counsel Reauthorization Act of 1994 P.L. 103-270 1 (1994)

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INDEPENDENT COUNSEL
REAUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1994
P.L. 103-270                                          108 STAT. 732
June 30, 1994
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103rd Congress
10) S. 24 the, Independent Counsel Reauthorization Act of 1993, as
introduced by Mr. Levin and referred to the Committee on
Governmental Affairs, 103rd Congress, January 21, 1993.
11) S. 24 as reported (Senate Report No. 103-101), July 20, 1993.
,H.R. 811 the, Independent Counsel Reauthorization Act of 1993,
as introduced by Mr. Brooks and referred to the Committee on
Judiciary, 103rd Congress, February 4, 1993.
13) H.R. 811 as reported (House Report No. 103-224), August 6, 1993.
14) H.R. 1284 the, Independent Counsel Act of 1993, as introduced by
Mr. Gekas and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary, 103rd
Congress, March 10, 1993.
15) H.R. 3545 the, Independent Counsel Accountability and Reform Act
of 1993, as introduced by Mr. Hyde and referred to the Committee
on Judiiary, 103rd Congress, November 19, 1993.
16) H.R. 3834 a bill to amend the Independent Counsel Provisions of
Title 28 as introduced by Mr. Traficant and referred to the
Committee on Judiciary, 103rd Congress, February 9, 1994.
17) H.R. 4947 a bill to amend Title 28, United States Code, to establish
additional requirements regarding appointment of an Independent
counsel as introduced by Mr. Bryant and referred to the Committee
on Judiciary, 103rd Congress, August 12, 1994.

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