2 Legislative History to Amend the Toxic Substance Act to Assist in Responding to the Threat to Human Health by Exposures to Radon P.L. 100-551 1 (1988)

handle is hein.leghis/txsbtc0002 and id is 1 raw text is: P.L. 100-551
Vol. 2
TO AMEND THE TOXIC SUBSTANCES ACT TO
ASSIST STATES IN RESPONDING TO THE
THREAT TO HUMAN HEALTH BY EXPOSURES
TO RADON
P.L. 100-551                             102 Stat 2755
October 28, 1988
BILLS
ENACTED BILL
100th Congress:
9)   S. 744, State Radon Program Development Act of
1987, as introduced by Mr. Mitchell et al., and
referred to the Senate Environment and Public Works
Committee, 100th Congress, March 12, 1987.
10) S. 744, as reported (Senate Report No. 100-91) with
amendments, from the Senate Environment and Public
Works Committee, 100th Congress, June 30, 1987.
11) S. 744, as passed the Senate and referred to the
House Energy and Commerce Committee, 100th
Congress, July 13, 1987.
S. 744, as passed the House, October 5, 1988.
(This is available electronically through the
Arnold & Porter Legislative Staff)
COMPANION BILL
100th Congress:
12) H.R. 2837, a bill to amend the Toxic Substance
Control act to assist States in responding to the
threat to human health posed by exposure to Radon,
as introduced by Mr. Thomas Luken et al., and
referred to the House Energy and Commerce
Committee, 100th Congress, June 29, 1987

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