1 Legislative History of the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967 P.L. 90-129 1 (1967)

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PUBLIC BROADCASTING ACT OF 1967
P.L. 90-129                                                 81 Stat. 365
November 7, 1967
NOTE
THIS LEGISLATIVE HISTORY DOES NOT INCLUDE DEBATE
FROM THE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD.
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1) Public Law 90-129 as approved November 7, 1967.
DOCUMENT
2) House Document No. 90-68, Health and Education, Message from the
President, February 28, 1967.
REPORTS
3) Senate Report No. 90-222 to accompany S.1160, May 11, 1967.
4) House Report No. 90-572 to accompany H.R.6736, August 21, 1967.
5) House Report No. 90-794 (Conference Report) to accompany S.1160,
October 18, 1967.
COMMITTEE PRINTS
6) ETV Broadcast Stations Assisted By the Educational Television
Facilities Act, Committee Print, House Interstate and Foreign
Commerce Committee, June 26, 1967.
7) List of Educational FM Radio Stations and Educational AM Radio
Stations As Submitted by the FCC at Senate Hearings on S.1160,
Appearing at Pages 98-105 of Such Hearings, Committee Print,
House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, June 26, 1967.
8) Letter from Comptroller General of the United States Dated June 21,
1967, to Chairman Staggers Commenting on H.R.6736, Committee
Print, House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee,
June 27, 1967.
9) HEW Summary of Public Television Act of 1967, Committee Print,
House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, June 27, 1967.
10) List of Educational Broadcasting Bills (H.R.6736, etc.) Scheduled
for Hearings Beginning July 11, 1967, Committee Print, House
Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, June 29, 1967.

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