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Official Title as Introduced

Returning to the Senate the bill S. 254.

Actions Overview (2)

Date Actions Overview
07/16/1999Passed/agreed to in House: On agreeing to the resolution Agreed to by voice vote.(consideration: CR H5679-5680)
07/16/1999Introduced in House

All Actions (6)

Date All Actions
07/16/1999-12:06amMotion to reconsider laid on the table Agreed to without objection.
07/16/1999-12:05amOn agreeing to the resolution Agreed to by voice vote. (consideration: CR H5679-5680)
07/16/1999-12:05amThe previous question was ordered without objection.
07/16/1999Introduced in House
07/15/1999-11:44pmDEBATE - The House proceeded with one hour of debate on H. Res. 249 as a privileged matter.
07/15/1999-11:44pmConsidered as privileged matter. (consideration: CR H5677-5679)

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Introduced in House (07/16/1999)

Returns to the Senate S. 254 (juvenile offenders) because, in the opinion of the House of Representatives, it contravenes the Constitution and infringes upon the privileges of the House.