1 Reorganization Act of 1977: P.L. 95-17: 91 Stat. 29: April 6, 1977 [i] (1977)

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April 6, 1977
91 U. S. Statutes at Large 29
REORGANIZATION ACT OF 1977
Volume 1
1. P. L. 95-17
2. Hearing: To Renew the Reorganization Authority,
before the Senate Committee on Government Operations,
February 8, 1977.
3. Senate Report 95-32, to accompany S. 626, March 1, 1977.
4. Hearings: Providing Reorganization Authority to the
President, before the House Committee on Government
Operations, Legislation and National Security
Subcommittee, March 1 and 8, 1977.
5. House Report 95-105, to accompany H.R. 5045, March 22, 1977.
Volume 2
6. S. 626 as introduced by Senator Ribicoff, February 4, 1977.
7. H.R. 3131 as introduced by Mr. Brooks, February 7, 1977.
8. H.R. 3407 as introduced by Mr. Fascell, February 9, 1977.
9. H.R. 3442 as introduced by Mr. Rhodes, February 9, 1977.
10. S. 626 as reported to the Senate, March 1, 1977.
11. S. 626 as passed by the Senate, March 3, 1977.
12. H.R. 5045 as introduced by Mr. Brooks, March 15, 1977.
13. H.R. 5045 as reported to the House, March 22, 1977.
14. 123 Congressional Record (Daily Edition):
A. Statement by Senator Ribicoff on introduction of
S. 626, February 4, 1977, pp. S2322-S2324.
B. S. 626 debated and passed by the Senate, March 3,
1977, pp. S3435-S3449.

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