2 Legislative History of the Safe Drinking Water Act, Appropriations Authorization, Extension: P.L. 96-63: 93 Stat. 411: September 6, 1979 [i] (1979)

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                                                               Vol. 2

                        SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT,
                     appropriations authorization,
                                extension

 P.L. 96-63                                                  93 Stat. 411
                            September 6. 1979

                                 DEBATE

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

 7) Senate consideration and passage of S.1146, May 22, 1979, 125 Cong.
      Rec. 12120-12121 (1979).

 8) House consideration and passage of H.R.3509; passage vacated and
      S.1146 passed in lieu after being amended to contain the language
      of H.R.3509 as passed, July 30, 1979, 125 Cong. Rec. 21287-21297
      (1979).

 9) Senate agreement to the House amendments to S.1146, August 3, 1979,
      125 Cong. Rec. 22608-22609 (1979).

                                  BILLS

10) S.1146 (Original bill) as reported [Senate Report 96-161], May 15,
      1979.

11) H.R.3509 as introduced by Mr. Waxman and referred to the House
      Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, April 5, 1979.

12) H.R.3509 as reported [House Report 96-186], May 15, 1979.
13) H.R.3040 as introduced by Mr. Waxman, et al., and referred to the
      House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, March 15, 1979.

                              MISCELLANEOUS

14) Final Legislative Calendar pages showing legislative progress of
      bills:

      A) Senate Environment & Public Works Committee, 96th Congress
      B) House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, 96th Congress

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