2 Legislative History of the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act Amendments: P.L. 100-368: 102 Stat. 829: July 18, 1988 [i] (1988)

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                                             P.L. 100-368
                                             Vol. 2

             ASBESTOS HAZARD EMERGENCY RESPONSE
                       ACT AMENDMENTS

P.L. 100-368                                 102 STAT. 829

                        July 18, 1988




                            BILLS

                        Enacted Bill

9)   H.R. 3893 as  received in the Senate, read twice,  and
     ordered placed on the calendar, June 27, 1988.

10)  H.R. 3893 as reported with an amendment, June 27, 1988.

11)  H.R. 3893 as introduced by  Mr. Oxley, and referred to
     the Committee on Energy and Commerce, February 2, 1988.

                        Related Bills

12)  H.R. 4495 as introduced by  Mr. Bereuter, and referred
     to the  Committee on Energy  and Commerce, April  29,
     1988.

13)  S. 2329 as introduced by  Mr. Bumpers,,read twice, and
     referred to  the Committee on Environment  and Public
     Works, April 27, 1988.

14)  H.R. 4364 as  introduced by Mr. Staggers and  referred
     jointly to the  Committees on Energy and Commerce  and
     Education and Labor, April 13, 1988.

15)  H.R. 4215 as introduced by Mr. Anthony  and referred to
     the Committee on Energy and Commerce, March 22, 1988.

16)  S.J.Res. 54 as introduced by Mr. Baucus, read twice and
     referred to  the Committee on  Environment and Public
     Works, February 19, 1987.

17)  S. 2025 as  introduced by Mr. Melcher, read twice, and
     referred to  the Committee on  Environment and Public
     Works, February 2, 1988.

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