7 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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Public Law 103-328 108 Stat. 2338
September 29, 1994
44. Daily Digest pages from the Congressional Record
showing progress of debate.
103d Congress, 1st Session (vol. 139)
45. Remarks by Rep. Hoagland upon introduction of H.R. 459,
the Nationwide Banking and Branching Act of 1993,
January 6, 1993, pp. E93-94.
46. Remarks by Sens. Dodd and D'Amato upon introduction of
S. 371, the Interstate Banking and Branching Act of
1993, with full text of the measure printed, February
16, 1993, pp. S1612-17.
47. Remarks by Sen. Ford upon introduction of S. 810, the
Interstate Banking Act of 1993, with full text of the
measure printed, April 22, 1993, pp. S4832-36.
48. Remarks by Rep. Vento upon introduction of H.R. 2235,
the Interstate Banking Efficiency Act of 1993, May
20, 1993, p. E1308.
49. Remarks by Sen. Moseley-Braun upon introduction of S.
1744, the National Commission on Financial Services
Act, with full text of the measure printed, November
20, 1993, pp. S16752-54.
103d Congress, 2d Session (vol. 140)
50. House considered and passed, under suspension of rules,
H.R. 3841 as amended, with full text of measure
printed, March 22, 1994, pp. H1851-65.
51. Remarks by Sens. Riegle and D'Amato upon introduction
of S. 2021, the Bank and Thrift Statute of Limitations
Clarification Act of 1994, April 14, 1994, pp. S4347-

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