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From the Congressional Record, Volume 158 (2012)

S. 2367 — A bill to strike the word ‘‘lunatic’’ from Federal law, and for other purposes; to the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.

By Mr. CONRAD (for himself and Mr. Crapo), S2731 [25AP]
Cosponsors added, S3130 [14MY]
Committee discharged. Passed Senate, S3534 [23MY]
Text, S3534 [23MY]
Message from the Senate, H3169 [25MY]
Referred to the Committees on the Judiciary; Financial Services, H3169 [25MY]
Debated, H6656 [5DE]
Text, H6656 [5DE]
Rules suspended. Passed House, H6658 [5DE]
Message from the House, S7683 [6DE], S8201 [19DE], S8300 [20DE]
Examined and signed in the Senate, S8300 [20DE]
Examined and signed in the House, H6678 [7DE], H7422 [20DE]
Presented to the President (December 20, 2012), S8300 [20DE]
Approved [Public Law 112–231] (signed December 28, 2012)