2 Legislative History of the Public Works Employment Act of 1977 P.L. 95-28 1 (1977)

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Vol. 2
PUBLIC WORKS EMPLOYMENT
ACT OF 1977
P.L. 95-28                                        91 Stat. 116
May 13, 1977
BILLS
9) H.R.11 as introduced by Mr. Rae et al. and referred to the
House Public Works and Transportation Committee,
January 4, 1977.
10) H.R.11 as reported with an amendment (House Report No. 95-20),
February 16, 1977.
11) H.R.11 as passed House and referred to the Senate
Environment and Public Works Committee, February 28, 1977.
COMPANION BILL
12) S.427 as introduced by Mr. Randolph et al. and referred to
the Senate Public Works Committee, January 25, 1977.
13) S.427 as reported with an amendment (Senate Report No.
95-38), March 4, 1977.
14) Senate Amendments intended to be propsoed to S.427:
Amend. No.       Proposed by                    Date
59,60          Mr. Bartlett                  3/9/77
61            Mr. Heinz, et al.             3/9/77
62            Mr. Packwood                  3/9/77
63            Mr. Pell                      3/9/77
DEBATE
See NOTE for correct method of citation.
123 Congressional Record (Daily Edition) - 95th Congress,
1st Session - 1977
15) Public Works Program, Extension of remarks by Mr. Ketchum
in the House, February 2, 1977, p. E546.
16) Remarks by Mr. Randolph upon introduction of S.427, January
25, 1977, pp. S1355-60.
17) Public Works Employment Act of 1977, Remarks by Mr.
Humphrey in the Senate, February 3, 1977, pp. S2179-80.

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