2 Legislative History of Pipeline Safety Programs Authorizations P.L. 99-516 1 (1986)

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Vol. 2
PIPELINE SAFETY PROGRAM AUTHORIZATION
P.L. 99-516                               100 Stat. 2965
October 22, 1986
ENACTED BILL
99th Congress:
11) H.R. 2092, a bill to amend the Natural Gas Pipeline
Safety Act of 1968 and the Hazardous Liquid
Pipeline Safety Act of 1979 to authorize
appropriations for fiscal years 1986 and 1987, as
introduced by Mr. Howard and jointly referred to
the House Energy and Commerce and House Public
Works and Transportation Committees, 99th Congress,
April 17, 1985.
12) H.R. 2092 as reported (House Report No. 99-121,
Parts 1 and 2) by the House Public Works and
Transportation Committee (Part 1) and the House
Energy and Commerce Committee (Part 2) with
amendments. Subsequently referred to the House
Judiciary Committee for consideration of provisions
of section 4 of the amendment recommended by the
House Public Works and Transportation Committee,
May 21, 1985.
13) H.R. 2092 as reported (House Report No. 99-121,
Parts 1, 2, and 3) by the House Judiciary Committee
with an amendment, July 8, 1985.
14) H.R. 2092 as passed the House, received in the
Senate, and held at the desk pursuant to the order
of September 16, 1986, September 18, 1986.
COMPANION BILLS
99th Congress:
15) S. 813, as bill to amend the Natural Gas Pipeline
Safety Act of 1968 and the Hazardous Liquid
Pipeline Safety Act of 1979 to authorize
appropriations for fiscal years 1986 and 1987, as
introduced by Mr. Packwood and referred to the
Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation
Committee, 99th Congress, March 28, 1985.

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