2 Legislative History of the Motor Vehicle Safety & Cost Savings Authorization Act of 1982: P.L. 97-331: 96 Stat. 1619: October 15, 1982 1 (1982)

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                                                             P.L. 97-331
                                                             Vol. 2

                  MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY & COST SAVINGS
                       AUTHORIZATION ACT OF 1982

P.L. 97-331                                                96 Stat. 1619

                           October 15, 1982

                                DEBATE

               Debate pages are from the Bound Edition of
               the Congressional Record.  The correct
               citations are given.

13) Senate consideration, amendment and passage of S.1159, July 11,
      1979, 125 Cong. Rec. 17974-17976; 17978-17982 (1979).

14) House consideration and passage of H.R.3949 under suspension of the
      rules, October 9, 1979, 125 Cong. Rec. 27507-27509; 27513-27514
      (1979).

15) House consideration, amendment, and passage of H.R.2585; passage
      vacated and S.1159 passed in lieu after being amended to contain
      the language of H.R.2585 as passed, December 19, 1979, 125 Cong.
      Rec. 36919-36928 (1979).

16) Senate disagreement to House amendments to S.1159, request for a
      conference, and appointment of conferees, June 3, 1980, 126
      Cong. Rec. 13145-13146 (1980).

17) House insistence on its amendments to S.1159, agreement to a con-
      ference, and appointment of conferees, June 10, 1980, 126 Cong.
      Rec. 13836 (1980).

18) Senate agreement to the conference report on S.1159, September 25,
      1980, 126 Cong. Rec. 27307-27314 (1980).

19) House failure to suspend the rules and agree to the conference
      report on S.1159, October 1, 1980, 126 Cong. Rec. 28617-28630
      (1980).

20) House failure to agree to H.Res.802, waiving certain points of
      order against the conference report on S.1159, December 4, 1980,
      126 Cong. Rec. 32145-32152 (1980).

21) Extension of remarks by Mr. Rinaldo, January 28, 1981, 127 Cong.
      Rec. 1334 (1981).

22) Remarks by Mr. Heflin upon introduction of S.1142, May 8, 1981,
      127 Cong. Rec. 9119 (1981).

23) Introduction of NHTSA Fund Act, extension of remarks by Mr. Wirth
      upon introduction of H.R.6273, May 5, 1982, 128 Cong. Rec. E2014
      (daily ed. May 5, 1982).

24) House consideration and passage of H.R.6273 under suspension of the
      rules, June 14, 1982, 128 Cong. Rec. H3437-3440  (daily ed.
      June 14, 1982).

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