3 Legislative History of the Social Security Act Amendments of 1950, P.L. 734. 81st Congress, 2nd session, Chapter 809. [i] (1950)

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          SOCIAL SECURITY ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1950
                  P.L. 734 -- 81st Cong.
                  Ch.  809 -- 2d Sess.

                          Bills
H. R. 6000 as introduced by Mr. Doughton, August 15, 1949.
H. R. 6000 as reported in House, August 22, 1949.
H. R. 6000 as passed House, October 5, 1949.
H. R. 6000 as reported in Senate, May 17, 1950.
H. R. 6000 as passed Senate, June 20, 1950.
Amendments to H. R. 6000:

        Ferguson, January 17, 1950
        Hendrickson, January 18, 1950
        Lehman, January 30, 1950
        O'Conor, February 8, 1950
        Ives, February 9, 1950
        Myers, March 24, 1950
        Lehman, April 3, 1950
        George, April 10, 1950
        Lehman, April 28, 1950
        Lehman, May 22, 1950
        Watkins, June 7, 1950
        Butler, June 13, 1950
        Knowland, June 13, 1950
        Lehman, June 14, 1950 (five amendments)
        Lucas, June 14, 1950, (three amendments)
        George, June 15, 1950 (three amendments)
        Humphrey, June 15, 1950
        Humphrey, June 15, 1950
        Kilgore, June 15, 1950
        Kilgore, June 15, 1950
        Myers, June 15, 1950
        Leahy, June 16, 1950
        Myers, June 16, 1950 (three amendments)
        Neely, June 16, 1950
        Watkins, June 16, 1950
        Ives, June 19, 1950
        Lehman, June 19, 1950
        Long, June 19, 1950
        Magnuson, June 19, 1950
        Murray, June 19, 1950
        Murray, June 19, 1950
        Pepper, June 19, 1950
        Wiley, June 19, 1950

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