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From the Congressional Record, Volume 145 (1999)


[History of Bills, Volume 145 (1999)]
[From the U.S. Government Publishing Office, www.gpo.gov]


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H.R. 2130--A bill to amend the Controlled Substances Act to add gamma 
    hydroxybutyric acid and ketamine to the schedules of control 
    substances, to provide for a national awareness campaign, and for 
    other purposes; to the Committees on Commerce; the Judiciary.


By Mr. UPTON (for himself, Mr. Stupak, Ms. Jackson-Lee of Texas, and 
Mr. Bliley), H4127 [10JN]

  Cosponsors added, H7026 [4AU], H7886 [5AU], H7997 [8SE], H8149 
  [13SE], H8469 [21SE]
  Reported with amendments (H. Rept. 106-340, part 1), H8872 [27SE]
  Referral to the Committee on the Judiciary extended, H8872 [27SE]
  Committee on the Judiciary discharged, H9822 [8OC]
  Debated, H9863 [12OC]
  Text, H9863 [12OC]
  Rules suspended. Passed House amended, H9876 [12OC]
  Title amended, H9877 [12OC]
  Message from the House, S12553 [13OC]
  Passed Senate amended (text of S. 1561 inserted in lieu), S14872 
  [19NO]
  Title amended, S14872 [19NO]
  Message from the Senate, H12899 [22NO]



From the Congressional Record, Volume 146 (2000)


[History of Bills, Volume 146 (2000)]
[From the U.S. Government Publishing Office, www.gpo.gov]


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H.R. 2130--A bill to amend the Controlled Substances Act to add gamma 
    hydroxybutyric acid and ketamine to the schedules of control 
    substances, to provide for a national awareness campaign, and for 
    other purposes; to the Committees on Commerce; the Judiciary.
  Debated, H55 [31JA]
  Amendments, H55 [31JA]
  Rules suspended. House agreed to Senate amendments, H66 [31JA]
  Message from the House, S208 [1FE], S536 [9FE]
  Examined and signed in the House, H277 [9FE]
  Examined and signed in the Senate, S536 [9FE]
  Presented to the President (February 9, 2000), H338 [10FE]
  Approved [Public Law 106-172] (signed February 18, 2000)