9 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. 9
SECURITIES ACTS AMENDMENT OF 1975
P.L. 94-29                             89 Stat. 97
June 4, 1975
RELATED BILLS
92nd Congress
55. S. 2551 as introduced by Mr. Roth et al., and
referred to the Senate Banking, Housing and
Urban Affairs Committee, September 2-, 1971.
56. S. 3297 as introduced by Mr. Williams et al.,
and referred to the Senate Banking, Housing
and Urban Affairs Committee, March 6, 1972.
57. S. 3412 as introduced by Mr. Williams, et al.,
and referred to the Senate Banking, Housing
and Urban Affairs Committee, March 23, 1972.
58. S. 3876 as reported (Senate Report No. 92-1009)
August 2, 1972.
59. S. 3876 as passed the Senate and referred to
the House Interstate and Foreign Commerce
Committee, August 7, 1972.
60. H.R. 16946 as introduced by Mr. Moss et al.,
and referred to the House Interstate and Foreign
Commerce Committee, October 2, 1972.
61. H.R. 16946 as reported with an amendment (House
Report No. 92-1537) October 5, 1972.
DEBATE
94th Congress, 1st Session [Vol. 121]
62. Remarks by Mr. Williams upon introduction of
S. 249, January 17, 1975, pp. S432-57.
63. Remarks by Mr. Williams upon submission of
Amendment No. 16 to S. 249, February 19,
1975, p. S2115.

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