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

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Vol. 3
CRIME CONTROL ACT OF 1976
P.L. 94-503                                   90 Stat. 2407
October 15, 1976
BILLS
7) S.2212 as introduced by Mr. Hruska et al. and referred to
the House Judiciary Committee, July 29, 1975.
8) S.2212 as reported with an amendment (Senate Report No.
94-847), May 13, 1976.
9) Amendments intended to be proposed to S.2212:
Amend. No.          Proposed by              Date
1731             Mr. Bayh                5/28/76
1787             Mr. Beall               6/8/76
1788             Mr. Beall               6/8/76
2038             Mr. Hathaway            7/20/76
2039             Mr. Hathaway            7/20/76
2040             Mr. Hathaway            7/20/76
2042             Mr. Percy               7/20/76
2048             Mr. Bayh                7/21/76
2049             Mr. Hathaway            7/21/76
2050             Mr. Hathaway            7/21/76
2051             Mr. Hathaway            7/21/76
2053             Mr. Percy et al.        7/21/76
2054             Mr. Bentsen             7/21/76
2058             Mr. Roth                7/22/76
2059             Mr. Morgan              7/22/76
2060             Mr. Morgan              7/22/76
NOTE: There was no printed version of S.2212 as passed
the Senate. [See item #32 for text of bill as
passed.]
COMPANION BILL
10) H.R.13636 as introduced by Mr. Conyers and referred to
the House Judiciary Committee, May 7, 1976.
11) H.R.13636 as reported with amendments (House Report No.
94-1155), May 15, 1976.
RELATED BILLS
12) S.460 as introduced by Mr. Javits and referred to the
Senate Judiciary Committee, January 28, 1975.

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