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Union Calendar No. 432
101st CONGRESS
2d Session
H. R. 5269
[Report No. 101-681, Parts I and II]
A BILL
To control crime.
September 10, 1990
The Committees on Armed Services, Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs, Education
and Labor, Energy and Commerce, Government Operations, Interior and Insular
Affairs, Public Works and Transportation, and Veterans Affairs discharged;
committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union,
and ordered to be printed
HR 5269 RH2
Union Calendar No. 432
101st CONGRESS
2d Session
 H. R. 5269
[Report No. 101-681, Parts I and II]
To control crime.
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
July 13, 1990
Mr. BROOKS (for himself and Mr. HUGHES) introduced the following bill;
which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary, and concurrently to
the Committees on Armed Services, Education and Labor, Energy and Commerce,
and Ways and Means for a period ending not later than three calendar days
following the date on which the Committee on the Judiciary files its report
in the House
September 5, 1990
Additional sponsors: Mr. HOAGLAND, Mr. ANNUNZIO, Ms. OAKAR, and Mr. Hefner
September 5, 1990
Reported from the Committee on the Judiciary with an amendment
[Strike out all after the enacting clause and insert the part printed
in italic]
September 5, 1990
Concurrent referral to the Committees on Armed Services, Education and Labor,
Energy and Commerce, and Ways and Means extended for a period ending not later
than September 10, 1990. The amendment recommended by the Committee on the
Judiciary referred sequentially to the Committees on Banking, Finance and
Urban Affairs, Government Operations, Interior and Insular Affairs, Public
Works and Transportation, and Veterans' Affairs for a period ending not later
than September 10, 1990, for consideration of such provisions within the
jurisdictions of those committees pursuant to clause 1, rule X, respectively.
September 10, 1990
Reported from the Committee on Ways and Means with amendments
[Omit the part struck through in bold brackets and insert the part printed
in boldface roman]
September 10, 1990
The Committees on Armed Services, Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs, Education
and Labor, Energy and Commerce, Government Operations, Interior and Insular
Affairs, Public Works and Transportation, and Veterans Affairs discharged;
committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the State of the Union,
and ordered to be printed
A BILL
To control crime.
  Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
  States of America in Congress assembled,
 [Struck out->] SECTION 1. SHORT TITLE AND TABLE OF CONTENTS. []   (a) SHORT TITLE- This Act may be cited as the `Comprehensive
 Crime Control Act of 1990'. []   (b) TABLE OF CONTENTS- The table of contents for this bill
 is as follows: [] TITLE I--CORRECTIONAL OPTIONS INCENTIVES AMENDMENTS
 [] Sec. 101. Correctional options grants. [] Sec. 102. Conveyance of property and facilities at closed
 or realigned military installations. [] Sec. 103. Improvement of criminal justice records. [] Sec. 104. Notice of certain underutilized military
 facilities. [] TITLE II--FEDERAL DEATH PENALTY [] Sec. 201. Presidential assassination and related
 crimes. [] Sec. 202. Intentional killings of certain Federal
 officials. [] Sec. 203. Intentional killings of foreign officials. [] Sec. 204. Intentional killings of Federal judges and law
 enforcement officers. [] Sec. 205. Intentionally killing a Federal witness in the
 witness protection program. [] Sec. 206. Intentionally killing the victim of a kidnapping
 or hostage taking. [] Sec. 207. Contract murders. [] Sec. 208. Espionage and treason. [] Sec. 209. Terrorism. [] Sec. 210. Skyjacking. [] Sec. 211. Drug kingpin conforming amendment. [] Sec. 212. Death penalty procedures. [] TITLE III--ANABOLIC STEROIDS [] Sec. 301. Anabolic steroid penalties. [] Sec. 302. Penalty for distribution of human growth
 hormone. [] Sec. 303. Clerical correction. [] Sec. 304. Interagency coordinating council on the abuse of
 anabolic steroids. [] TITLE IV--ASSET FORFEITURE [] Sec. 401. Amendments relating to the special forfeiture
 fund. [] Sec. 402. Prohibition of certain transfers of forfeited
 property to State and local law enforcement agencies if such transfers
 circumvent State law. [] Sec. 403. Clarification of Attorney General's authority to
 warrant clear title upon transfer of forfeited property. [] Sec. 404. Summary seizure and forfeiture of money and similar
 items under the Controlled Substances Act. [] Sec. 405. Conforming amendment relating to the equitable
 transfer of forfeited property to a participating foreign nation. [] Sec. 406. Clarification of Attorney General's forfeiture
 sale authority. [] Sec. 407. Forfeiture and destruction of dangerous, toxic,
 and hazardous materials. [] Sec. 408. Additional forfeiture award authority. [] Sec. 409. Report to Congress. [] Sec. 410. Forfeiture of drug paraphernalia. [] Sec. 411. Forfeiture of a firearm used to facilitate a drug
 offense. [] TITLE V--COMPUTER CRIME [] Sec. 501. Section 1030 amendment. [] TITLE VI--LAW ENFORCEMENT SCHOLARSHIPS AND RECRUITMENT
 INCENTIVES [] Sec. 601. Definitions. [] Sec. 602. Allotment. [] Sec. 603. Program established. [] Sec. 604. Scholarships. [] Sec. 605. Eligibility. [] Sec. 606. State application. [] Sec. 607. Local application. [] Sec. 608. Scholarship agreement. [] Sec. 609. Reports to Congress. [] Sec. 610. Authorization of appropriations. [] TITLE VII--FIREARMS PROVISIONS [] Sec. 701. Prohibition against transferring firearms to
 nonresidents. [] Sec. 702. Commerce nexus for trafficking in stolen
 firearms. [] Sec. 703. Technical amendments. [][  [Struck out->] Sec. 704. Disposition of forfeited
 firearms. []
 705. [] `(3) If the firearm has not been disposed of
   pursuant to paragraph (1) or (2), the Secretary shall transfer the firearm
   to the Administrator of General Services, General Services Administration,
   who shall destroy or provide for the destruction of such firearm; and
   [][  [Struck out->] `(4) No decision or action of the Secretary
   pursuant to this subsection shall be subject to judicial review.'. []
 705. [