3 Legislative History of the Retirement Equity Act of 1984 P.L. 98-397 1 (1984)

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Vol. 3
RETIREMENT EQUITY
ACT OF 1984
P.L. 98-397                        98 Stat. 1426
August 23, 1984
BILLS
17) H.R. 4280 as introduced by Mr. Clay, et al.,
and referred jointly to the House Committees
on Education and Labor and Ways and Means,
98th Congress, November 2, 1983.
18) Committee print of an amendment in the nature
of a substitute to H.R. 4280 as adopted by
the Committee on Education and Labor on
November 16, 1983, November 18, 1983.
19) H.R. 4280 as reported (House Report No. 98-655,
Part 1) with an amendment from the House
Education and Labor Committee, April 5, 1984.
20) H.R. 4280 as reported (House Report No. 98-655,
Parts 1 and 2) with an amendment from the
House Ways and Means Committee, May 17, 1984.
21) H.R. 4280 as passed the House and referred to
the Senate Finance Committee, May 31, 1984.
22) H.R. 4280 as reported (no written report) with
an amendment, August 2, 1984.
Related House Bills
23) H.R. 1488 as introduced by Mr. Seiberling and
referred jointly to the House Committees on
Education and Labor and Ways and Means, 98th
Congress, February 15, 1983.
24) H.R. 2100 as introduced by Ms. Ferraro and
referred jointly to the House Committees on
Education and Labor and Ways and Means, 98th
Congress, March 15, 1983.
25) H.R. 3554 as introduced by Mr. Lewis of Florida
and referred jointly to the House Committees on
Education and Labor and Ways and Means, 98th
Congress, July 13, 1983.

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