1 Legislative History of the Television Decoder Circuitry Act of 1990 P.L. 101-431 1 (1990)

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TELEVISION DECODER CIRCUITRY ACT OF 1990
P.L. 101-431                  104 Stat 960
October 15, 1990
1)   Public Law No. 101-431 as approved
October 15, 1990.
REPORTS
101st Congress:
2)   Senate Report No. 101-393 to accompany
S. 1974, Television Decoder Circuitry Act
of 1990, 101st Congress, July 25, 1990.
3)   House Report No. 101-767 to accompany
H.R. 4267, Television Decoder Circuitry
Act of 1990, 101st Congress, September
27, 1990.
HEARINGS
101st Congress:
4)   Televison Closed Captioning, Hearing
before the Subcommittee on
Telecommunications and Finance of the
House Energy and Commerce Committee on
H.R. 4267, 101st Congress, May 2, 1990.

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