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Aug. 18, 1966–Senate disagreed to House amendment, asked for

conference, and appointed conferees: Senators Magnuson, Mon

roney, Hartke, Hart, Cotton, and Morton. Aug. 24, 1966–House conferees appointed: Representatives Staggers,

Friedel, Macdonald, Moss, Dingell, Rogers of Florida, Springer,

Younger, and Devine. Aug. 24, 1966—Conferees met in executive session. Aug. 25, 1966—Conferees met in executive session and agreed to file

conference report. Aug. 30, 1966-Conference report filed in House by Mr. Staggers. (H.

Rept. 1919.)
Aug. 31, 1966-House agreed to conference report.
Aug. 31, 1966–Senate agreed to conference report.

S. 3005 Amendment

Mar. 17, 1966 Intended to be proposed by Mr. Javits to S. 3005, a bill to provide for a coordinated national safety program and establishment of safety standards for motor vehicles in interstate commerce to reduce traffic accidents and the deaths, injuries, and property damage which occur in such accidents.

Mr. Javits

S. 3005 Amendment No. 510

Apr. 6, 1966 Intended to be proposed by Mr. Ribicoff (for himself, Mr. Kennedy of New York, Mr. Harris, and Mr. Nelson) to S. 3005, a bill to provide for a coordinated national safety program and establishment of safety standards for motor vehicles in interstate commerce or reduce traffic accidents and the deaths, injuries, and property damage which occur in such accidents.

Messrs. Ribicoff, Kennedy of New York, Harris, and Nelson

S. 3005 Amendment No. 511

Apr. 6, 1966 Intended to be proposed by Mr. Ribicoff (for himself, Mr. Kennedy of New York, Mr. Javits, Mr. Harris, and Mr. Nelson) to S. 3005, a bill to provide for a coordinated national safety program and establishment of safety standards for motor vehicles in interstate commerce to reduce traffic accidents and the deaths, injuries, and property damage which occur in such accidents.

Messrs. Ribicoff, Kennedy of New York, Javits, Harris, and Nelson

S. 3005 Amendment No. 512

Apr. 6, 1966 Intended to be proposed by Mr. Ribicoff (for himself, Mr. Kennedy of New York, Mr. Mondale, Mr. Harris, and Mr. Nelson) to S. 3005, a bill to provide for a coordinated national safety program and establishment of safety standards for motor vehicles in interstate commerce to reduce traffic accidents and the deaths, injuries, and property damage which occur in such accidents.

Messrs. Ribicoff, Kennedy of New York, Mondale, Harris, and Nelson

S. 3005 Amendment No. 513

Apr. 6, 1966 Intended to be proposed by Mr. Ribicoff (for himself, Mr. Kennedy of New York, Mr. Harris, and Mr. Nelson) to S. 3005, a bill to provide for a coordinated national safety program and establishment of safety standards for motor vehicles in interstate commerce to reduce traffic accidents and the death, injuries, and property damage which occur in such accidents.

Messrs. Ribicoff, Kennedy of New York, Harris, and Nelson

S. 3005 Amendment No. 537

Apr. 18, 1966 Intended to be proposed by Mr. Mondale (for himself, Mr. Magnuson, Mr. Bayh, Mr. Bible, Mr. Clark, Mr. Gruening, Mr. Kennedy of Massachusetts, Mr. Kennedy of New York, Mr. McGovern, Mr. Metcalf, Mr. Morse, Mr. Pell, Mr. Randolph, Mr. Tydings, Mr. Yarborough, Mr. Muskie, Mr. McGee) to S. 3005, a bill to provide for a coordinated national safety program and establishment of safety standards for motor vehicles in interstate commerce to reduce traffic accidents and deaths, injuries, and property damage which occur in such accidents.

Messrs. Mondale, Magnuson, Bayh, Bible, Clark, Gruening, Kennedy of Massachusetts, Kennedy of New York, McGovern, Metcalf, Morse, Pell, Randolph, Tydings, Yarborough; Muskie, and McGee

S. 3005 Amendment No. 548

Apr. 20, 1966 Intended to be proposed by Mr. Kennedy of New York (for himself, Mr. Nelson, and Mr. Mondale) to S. 3005, a bill to provide for a coordinated national safety program and establishment of safety standards for motor vehicles in interstate commerce to reduce traffic accidents and the deaths, injuries, and property damage which occur in such accidents.

Messrs. Kennedy of New York, Nelson, and Mondale

S. 3005 Amendment No. 568

May 19, 1966 Intended to be proposed by Mr. Nelson to S. 3005, a bill to provide for a coordinated national safety program and establishment of safety standards for motor vehicles in interstate commerce to reduce traffic accidents and the deaths, injuries and property damage which occur in such accidents.

Mr. Nelson

S. 2669

October 19, 1965 To establish safety standards for motor vehicle tires sold or shipped in interstate commerce, and for other purposes.

Messrs. Magnuson and Nelson

See also S. 1643

(H.R. 11891, by Mr. Horton, companion bill.)

Staff members: Michael Pertschuk and Donald Brodie

Mar. 16, 1966—Considered in executive session by full committee and

ordered reported favorably with amendments. Mar. 25, 1966—Reported by Mr. Magnuson. (S. Rept. 1089.) Mar. 29. 1966—Passed Senate with floor amendment. Mar. 30, 1966–Referred to House Committee on Interstate and Fore

ign Commerce. Apr. 26, 27, 28, May 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 13, 1966—Hearings held.

(Printed.)

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H.R. 13228

Mr. Staggers

Mar. 2, 1966.

To provide for a coordinated national

safety program and establishment of
safety standards for motor vehicles in
interstate commerce to reduce traffic ac-
cidents and the deaths, injuries, and pro-
perty damage which occur in such acci-
dents.

Mar. 15, 16, 17, Apr. 26, 27, 28, May 3, 4,

5, 10, 11, 12, 13, 1966.-Public hearings

held. (Printed.)
July 25, 1966-Ordered favorably reported

to House, as amended.
July 28, 1966. - Report to House.
Aug. 17, 1966. - Passed House.
Aug. 17, 1966. - Passage vacated. S. 3005

passed in lieu, amended (to contain text
of H.R. 13228).

H. Rept. 1776

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