4 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.


                     Preliminary Bills

H. R. 447 as introduced by Mr. Kean, January  3, 1949.

H. R. 2371 as introduced by Mr. Mansfield, February 7,  1949.


as introduced

as introduced

as introduced

as introduced

as introduced

as introduced

as introduced

as introduced

introduced by

as introduced


by Mr. Forand, February  14, 1949.

by Mr. Van Zandt, February 15,  1949.

by Mr. Doughton, February 21,  1949.

by Mr. Doughton, February 21,  1949.

by Mr. Bennett, February 28, 1949.

by Mr. Ford, March 1, 1949.

by Mr. Rhodes, April 1, 1949.

by Mr. Jackson, May 26, 1949.

Mr. Taylor, July 27, 1949.

by Mr. Kean, Octbber 3, 1949.


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S. Con. Res. 92 as introduced by Mr. Cain, May 24, 1950.

S. Res. 300 as introduced by Mr. Millikin, June 15, 1950.

S. Res. 300 as agreed to by Senate, June 20, 1950.

S. J. Res. 187 as introduced by Mr. Cain, June 19, 1950.

Comparison of Existing Social Security Law and Principal
Changes provided in H. R. 6000, compiled by F. F. Fauri,
Specialist in Social Legislation, Legislative Reference
Service, Library of Congress for the Senate Committee on
Finance.


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R. 2645

R. 2743

R. 2892

R. 2893

R. 3033

R. 3089

R. 3983

R. 4876

2337 as

R. 6297

R. 7617


as introduced by Mrs. Douglas, March 8, 1950.

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