1 Legislative History of the Communications Satellite Act of 1962, Amendment: P.L. 91-3: 83 Stat. 4: March 12, 1969 1 (1969)

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P.L. 91-3


                       COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE ACT.
                            OF 1962, amendment

 P.L. 91-3                                                     83 Stat. 4

                              March 12, 1969

 1) Public Law 91-3 as approved March 12, 1969.

                                  REPORTS

 2) Senate Report 91-6 to accompany S.17, January 29, 1969.

 3) House Report 91-24 to accompany H.R.4214, February 18, 1969.

                                 HEARINGS

 4) Election of the Board of Directors of the Communications
      Satellite Corporation, Hearing before the Senate Commerce
      Committee, on S.17, 91st Congress, 1st Session, January 29, 1969.

 5) Comsat Board of Directors, Hearing before the House Interstate and
      Foreign Commerce Committee, on H.R.4214, S.17, 91st Congress, 1st
      Session, February 18, 1969.

                                   BILLS

 6) S.17 as introduced by Messrs. Pastore and Anderson (by request) and
      referred to the Senate Commerce Committee, January 15, 1969.

 7) S.17 as reported without amendment (Senate Report 91-6), January 29,
      1969.

 8) S.17 as passed the Senate and referred to the House Interstate and
      Foreign Commerce Committee, February 3, 1969.

 9) H.R.4214 as introduced by Mr. Staggers and referred to the House
      Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, January 23, 1969.

10) H.R.4214 as reported with an amendment (House Report 91-24),
      February 18, 1969.

    90th Congress, 2nd Session

11) S.3884 as introduced by Messrs. Pastore and Anderson (by request)
      and referred to the Senate Commerce Committee, July 25, 1968.

                                     DEBATE

          All citations are from the Bound Edition of
          the Congressional Record and may be cited as shown.

12) Senate consideration and passage of S.17, January 31, 1969, 115 Cong.
      Rec. 2417-2420 (1969).

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