1 Legislative History of the Taxpayer Browsing Protection Act P.L. 105-35 1 (1997)

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1)    Public Law No. 105-35, as approved August 5, 1997.
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2)    House Report No. 105-51, to accompany H.R. 1226, the Taxpayer Browsing
Protection Act, April 14, 1997.
NOTE: There was no Senate report to accompany this legislation.
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3)    H.R. 1226, the Taxpayer Browsing Protection Act, as introduced by Mr.
Archer, et. al. and referred to the House Ways and Means Committee, April
8, 1997.
4)    H.R. 1226 as reported with an amendment (House Report No. 105-51), April
14, 1997.
5)    H.R. 1226 as passed House, April 15, 1997.

6)    H.R. 1226 as placed on the calendar, April 17, 1997.

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