8 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
DEBATE(cont'd)
82. Senate considered S. 543, including debate on
interstate banking, adopting an amendment offered by
Sen. Ford modifying the interstate branching provisions
reported by the committee, November 14, 1991, pp.
S16680-16717.
Amendments to S. 543 submitted in the Senate, November
14, 1991, pp. S16763-71.
House considered H.R. 2094, agreeing to the Wylie
amendment on interstate banking and branching, but
failed to pass the bill, November 14, 1991, pp. H10239-
53.
83. Senate continued consideration of S. 543, November 18,
1991, pp. S16899-16937.
Amendments to S. 543 submitted in the Senate, November
18, 1991, pp. S16951-58.
84. Senate continued consideration of S. 543, November 19,
1991, pp. S16982-17030.
85. Senate considered and passed S. 543, as amended,
November 21, 1991, pp. S17305-17390.
Amendments to S. 543 submitted in the Senate, November
21, 1991, pp. S17469-93; S17525.
86. Remarks by Sen. Adams on S. 543 and issues relating to
interstate banking, November 22, 1991, pp. S17723-24.
Remarks by Rep. Neal on banking reform and interstate
banking, November 22, 1991, p. E3964.

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