1 Legislative History of the Antihijacking Act of 1974 P.L. 93-366 1 (1974)

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Vol. 1
ANTIHIJACKING ACT OF 1974
P.L. 93-366                    88 Stat. 409
August 5, 1974
1) Public Law 93-366 as approved August 5,
1974.
REPORTS
93rd Congress:
2) Senate Report No. 93-13 to accompany S.39,
February 2, 1973.
3) House Report No. 93-885 to accompany
H.R.3858, March 7, 1974.
4) House Report No. 93-1194 (Conference Re-
port) to accompany S.39, July 12, 1974.
RELATED REPORT
5) Senate Report No. 93-722 to accompany
S.872, (Senate Judiciary), March 1,1974.
92nd Congress:
6) Senate Report No. 92-1012 to accompany
S.2280, August 4, 1972.
7) House Report No. 92-1473 to accompany
H.R.16191, September 28, 1972.
8) House Report No. 92-1599 (Conference Re-
port) to accompany S.2280, October 13,
1972.
RELATED REPORTS
9) Senate Report No. 92-1072 (Senate Judiciary)
to accompany S.2567, August 16, 1972.

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