2 Legislative History of the Sentencing Act of 1987: P.L. 100-182: 101 Stat. 1266: December 7, 1987 1 (1987)

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Vol. 2
Public Law 100-182    101 Stat. 1266
December 7, 1987
100th Congress
5.   H.R. 1847 as introduced by Rep. Conyers and
referred to the House Judiciary Committee,
Mar. 30, 1987.
6.   H.R. 2182 as introduced by Rep. Conyers and
referred to the House Judiciary Committee.
Apr. 28, 1987.
7.   H.R. 2182 as reported with an amendment (H.
Rept. 100-169)! June 18., 1987.
8.   H.R. 2182 as passed the House and referred to
the Senate Judiciary Committee, June 23,
9.   S. 1822 as introduced by Sen. Biden and placed
on the calendar, Oct. 28, 1987.
10. Daily Digest pages from the Congressional
Record showing progress of debate.
See 'Note' for correct method of citation.
100th Congress, 1st Session(vol. 133)
11. Statements by Sens. Biden, Hatch, and Kennedy
on introducing S. 1822, Oct. 27, 1987, pp.
12. Senate passed S. 1822 as amended, Oct. 28,
1987. pp. S153704.
z         13. Senate passed H.R. 3483 as amended to contain
sentencing amendments, Oct. 30, 1987, p.
Submission of amendment no. 1117 to H.R. 3483,
Oct. 30, 1987, pp. S15596-600.

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