1 Legislative History of the Crime Control Act of 1976 P.L. 94-503 [i] (1976)

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Vol. 1
CRIME CONTROL ACT OF 1976
P.L. 94-503                     90 Stat. 2407
October 15, 1976
1) Public Law 94-503 as approved October 15,
1976.
REPORTS
2) Senate Report No. 94-847 to accompany
S.2212, May 13, 1976.
3) House Report No. 94-1155 to accompany
H.R.13636, May 15, 1976.
4) House Report No. 94-1723 (Conference Re-
port) to accompany S.2212, September 29,
1976.
HEARINGS
5) Amendments to Title I (LEAA) of the
Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets
Act, Hearings before the Subcommittee
on Criminal Laws and Procedures of the
Senate Judiciary C-mmittee on S.460,
S.1297, S.1598, S.1601, S.1875, S.2212,
S.2245 and S.3043, 94th Congress,
October 2,8,9,22,23; November 4;
December 4, 1975; March 17, 1976.

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