8 Legislative History of the Securities Acts Amendments of 1975: P.L. 94-29: 89 Stat. 97: June 4, 1975 1 (1975)

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Vol. 8
SECURITIES ACTS AMENDMENTS OF 1975
P.L. 94-29                              89 Stat. 97
June 4, 1975
RELATED BILLS
93rd Congress
35. S. 470 as introduced by Mr. Williams et al., and
referred to the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban
Affairs Committee, January 18, 1973.
36. S. 470 as reported with an amendment (Senate Report
93-187) May 31, 1973.
37. Amendment No. 223 as intended to be proposed by
Mr. Taft to S. 470, June 13, 1973.
38. S. 470 as passed the Senate and referred to the
House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee,
June 19, 1973.
39. S. 2058 as introduced by Mr. Williams et al., and
referred to the Senate Banking, Housing and
Urban Affairs Committee, June 22, 1973.
40. S. 2058 as reported with an amendment (Senate
Report No. 93-359) July 30, 1973.
41. S. 2058 as passed the Senate and referred to the
House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Com-
mittee, August 3, 1973.
42. S. 2234 as introduced by Mr. Williams et al.,
and referred to the Senate Banking, Housing
and Urban Affairs Committee, July 23, 1973.
43. S. 2474 as introduced by Mr. Williams et al., and
referred to the Senate Banking, Housing and
Urban Affairs Committee, September 24, 1973.
44. S. 2474 as reported with amendments (Senate
Report No. 93-1145) September 11, 197T.
45. S. 2474 as passed the Senate and referred to the
House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee,
September 17, 1974.

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