1 Legislative History of the Major Fraud Amendments of 1989 P.L. 101-123 1 (1989)

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MAJOR FRAUD AMENDMENTS OF 1989
P.L. 101-123                     103 Stat. 759
October 23, 1989
1)   Public Law 101-123, as approved, October
23, 1989.
REPORTS
2)   Senate Report No. 101-7 to accompany S.
248, Major Fraud Amendments of 1989,
March 13, 1989.
3)   House Report No. 101-273, to accompany S.
248, Major Fraud Amendments of 1989,
October 6, 1989.
HEARINGS
No hearings were held on S. 248.
ENACTED BILL
4)   S. 248, Major Fraud Act Amendments of
1989, as introduced by Mr. Metzenbaum and
referred to the Senate Judiciary
Committee, 1OAth Congress, January 25,
1989.
5)   S. 248 as reported (Senate Report No.
101-7) without amendment March 13, 1989.
6)   S. 248 as passed in the Senate, received
in the House, and referred to the House
Judiciary Committee, April 12, 1989.
7)   S. 248 as reported (House Report No. 101-

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