2 Legislative History of the Unemployment Compensation Amendments of 1976 P.L. 94-566 1 (1976)

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Vol. 2
UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION AMENDMENTS OF 1976
P.L. 94-566                                      90 Stat. 2667
October 20, 1976
BILLS
12) H.R.10210 as introduced by Mr. Carmon et al. and referred
to the House Ways & Means Committee, October 20, 1975.
13) H.R.10210 as reported with amendments (House Report No. 94-
755), December 16, 1975.
14) H.R.10210 as passed the House and referred to the Senate
Finance Committee, July 21, 1976.
15) H.R.10210 as reported with amendments (Senate Report No. 94-
1285), September 20, 1976.
16) Senate Amendments intended to be proposed to H.R.10210:
Amend. No.        Proposed by                        Date
2336           Mr. Bellmon                       9/21/76
2363-64          Mr. Nelson et al.                 9/22/76
2366           Mr. Nelson et al.                 9/22/76
2367-70          Mr. Javits et al.                 9/22/76
2399           Messrs. Humphrey & Mondale        9/23/76
2458           Mr. Percy                         9/28/76
17) H.R.10210 as passed Senate with amendments, September 29,
1976.
RELATED BILLS
18) H.R.13272 as introduced and reported without amendment
(House Report No. 94-1112), April 26; May 10, 1976.
19) H.R.14970 as introduced by Mr. Cormon etk.al. and referred
to the House Ways & Means Committee, July 30, 1976.
20) H.R.14970 as reported without amendment (House Report No.
94-1536), September 14, 1976.
21) H.R.14970 as passed and referred to the Senate Finance Com-
mittee, October 1, 1976.

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