1 Legislative History of Repeal of Redundant Venue Provisions (28 USC Amendments) P.L. 104-220 1 (1996)

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1)    Public Law No. 104-220 as approved October 1, 1996.
104th Congress
2)    House Report No. 104-800 to accompany S. 677, a bill to repeal a redundant
venue provision, and for other purposes, September 17, 1996.
NOTE: There was no Senate report AND no hearings held on this legislation.
104th Congress
3)    S. 677, a bill to repeal a redundant venue provision, and for other purposes as
introduced by Mr. Hatch and referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee,
April 5, 1995.
4)    S. 677 as reported without amendment, May 18, 1995.
5)    S. 677 as passed the Senate, June 30, 1995.
6)    S. 677 as referred to the House Judiciary Committee, July 11, 1995.
7)    S. 677 as reported House without amendment, September 17, 1996.

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