6 Legislative History of the Riegle-Neal Interstate Banking and Branching Efficiency Act of 1994: Public Law 103-328: 108 Stat. 2338: September 29, 1994 1 (1994)

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RIEGLE-NEAL INTERSTATE BANKING
AND BRANCHING EFFICIENCY ACT OF 1994
Public Law 103-328 108 Stat. 2338
September 29, 1994
BILLS (cont' d)
34. S. 696, the Bank Efficiency Act, as
introduced by Sen. Sanford and referred to
the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and
Urban Affairs, March 20, 1991.
35. S. 713, the Financial Institutions Safety
and Consumer Choice Act of 1991, as
introduced by Sen. Riegle and referred to
the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing,
and Urban Affairs, March 20, 1991. Title
II, Subtitle F contains interstate banking
provisions.
36. S. 1092, as introduced by Sen. Kassebaum and
referred to the Senate Committee on Banking,
Housing and Urban Affairs, May 16, 1991.
37. S. 2207, the Interstate Banking and
Branching Act of 1992, as introduced by
Sen. Dodd and referred to the Senate
Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban
Affairs, February 6, 1992.
38. H.R. 6, as reported with amendments by the
House Committees on Banking, Finance and
Urban Affairs, Agriculture, the Committee on
Energy and Commerce, the Committee on Ways
and Means, and the Committee on the
Judiciary (H. Rept. 102-157, parts I, II,
III, IV, and V), with parts I and III having
relevant interstate banking provisions, as
amended by the House Banking Committee,
October 7, 1991.
39. H.R. 624, as introduced by Rep. Schumer and
referred to the House Committee on Banking,
Finance and Urban Affairs, January 23, 1991.

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