2 Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000: A Legislative History, Public Law 106-274, 114 Stat. 803 (2000) [i] (2011)

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Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000
Public Law 106-274
Volume 2
V. Hearings and Related Documents (continued)

Congress' Constitutional Role in Protecting Religious Liberty, hearing before the
Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, 105th Congress, 1st session,
October 1, 1997
Religious Liberty Protection Act of 1998, hearings before the Subcommittee on
the Constitution of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, 105th
Congress, 2nd session, on S. 2148, June 23, 1998
Religious Liberty, hearing before the Committee on the Judiciary, United States
Senate, 106th Congress, 1st Session, on issues relating to religious liberty
protection, ... , June 23 and September 9, 1999

Personal Explanation - Hon. Tammy Baldwin [Congressional Record E1762
August 5, 1999]
Measure Placed on the Calendar-S. 2869 [Congressional Record S6767 July 14,
2000]
Religious Liberty Protection Act of 1999, speech of Hon. Charles T. Canady of
Florida in the House of Representatives [Congressional Record E1625 July 22,
1999]
In recognition of Congressman Charles Canady [Congressional Record E2132
December 6, 2000]
Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of 2000 [Congressional
Record S10992 October 25, 2000]
Message from the Senate [Congressional Record H7188 July 27, 2000]
Measure Read The First Time-S. 2869 [Congressional Record S6762 July 13,
2000]
Measures Placed on the Calendar [Congressonal Record S738 February 23,
2000]
Measures Placed on Calendar - S. 2081 and H.R. 6 [Congressional Record S710
February 23, 2000]
Introduction of Bills and Joint Resolutions [Congressional Record S680 February
22, 2000]
Senate Should Pass Religious Liberty Protection Act [Congressional Record
E2107 October 14, 1999]
Personal Explanation - Hon. Jim McDermott [Congressional Record E1574 July
16, 1999]

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VI. Debates

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