Summary: H.R.1537 — 102nd Congress (1991-1992)All Information (Except Text)

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Passed Senate amended (10/08/1992)

Codifies existing Federal transportation law relating to: (1) the Department of Transportation; (2) other Government agencies; (3) general and intermodal programs; (4) interstate commerce; (5) rail programs; (6) motor vehicle and driver programs; (7) aviation programs; (8) pipelines; (9) commercial space transportation; (10) bills of lading; (11) contraband; (12) damage to transported property; (13) transportation of animals; (14) payments for inspection and quarantine services; and (15) medals of honor.

Sets forth provisions relating to: (1) ports of entry for civil aircraft; (2) customs violations, including public health, immigration, and controlled substances violations; (3) animal and plant quarantines; and (4) exempting mass transportation from Interstate Commerce Commission jurisdiction.

Repeals various Acts of Congress relating to Federal transportation law.