3 Legislative History of the Whistleblower Protection Act of 1989 P.L. 101-12 1 (1989)

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Vol. 3
P.L. 101-12                                 103 Stat 17
April 10, 1989
101st Congress:
135 ConQressional Record (Daily Edition)
101st Congress, 1st Session (1989)
14) Introduction of H.R. 25 by Mrs. Schroeder and Mr.
Horton, January 3, 1989, E70.
15) Remarks by Mrs. Schroeder on H.R. 25, January 4,
1989, E98.
16) Remarks by Mr. Levin upon the introduction of
S. 20, January 25, 1989, S279-83.
17) Mr. Mitchell's request of unanimous consent
agreement for consideration of S. 20 by the Senate,
March 15, 1989, S2548.
18) Senate Amendment No. 9 as intended to be proposed
to S. 20 by Mr. Levin, March 16, 1989, S2907-08.
19) Senate consideration and amendment of S. 20, March
16, 1989, S2778-93.
20) Senate consideration, amendment and passage of S.
20, March 16, 1989, S2804-11.
21) House consideration and passage of S. 20, Under
Suspension of the Rules, March 21, 1989, H740-5*.
100th Congress:
133 ConQressional Record (Daily Edition)
100th Congress, Ist Session (1987)
22) Introduction of H.R. 25 by Mrs. Schroeder and
Mr. Horton, January 7, 1987, E30.

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