1 Legislative History of the Judicial Conference of the District of Columbia P.L. 94-193 1 (1975)

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MISCELLANEOUS D.C. COMPILATION
(94th Congress)

P.L. 94-193
P.L. 94-306

P.L. 94-402
P.L. 94-526

.JUDICIAL CONFERENCE OF THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
P.L. 94-193                      89 Stat. 1102
December 31, 1975
1) Public Law 94-193 as approved December 31,
1975.
REPORTS
2) House Report No. 94-615 to accompany H.R.
10035, November 3, 1975.
3) Senate Report No. 94-524 to accompany H.R.
10035, December 10, 1975.
HEARINGS
4) Judiciary, Hearings and Mark-up before
the Subcommittee on the Judiciary of
the House District of Columbia Com-
mittee on H.R.4286, H.R.4287, 94th
Congress, September 25, 1975.
5) Additional Law Clerks and Establish a
Judicial Conferpnce, Hearings before
the Senate District of Columbia Com-
mittee on H.R.4287 and H.R.10035,
94th Congress, December 3, 1975.
BILLS
H.R.10035 as introduced by Mr. Diggs (by

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