H.Con.Res.10 - A concurrent resolution to express the sense of Congress that a United Nations special investigatory commission should be established to secure a full accounting of Americans listed as missing in Southeast Asia.96th Congress (1979-1980)
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All Actions: H.Con.Res.10 — 96th Congress (1979-1980)All Information (Except Text)
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|07/18/1979||Senate||Measure passed Senate, in lieu of S.Con.Res. 17.|
|07/18/1979||Senate||Measure considered in Senate.|
|07/18/1979||Senate||Committee on Foreign Relations discharged in Senate.|
|07/10/1979||Senate||Referred to Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.|
|07/09/1979||House||Measure passed House.|
|07/09/1979||House||Measure considered in House.|
|07/09/1979||House||Measure called up under motion to suspend rules and pass in House.|
|01/15/1979||House||Referred to House Committee on International Relations (Subsequently: Foreign Affairs).|
|01/15/1979||House||Introduced in House|
07/18/1979 Measure passed Senate, in lieu of S.Con.Res. 17.
07/18/1979 Measure considered in Senate.
07/18/1979 Committee on Foreign Relations discharged in Senate.
07/10/1979 Referred to Senate Committee on Foreign Relations.
07/09/1979 Measure passed House.
07/09/1979 Measure considered in House.
07/09/1979 Measure called up under motion to suspend rules and pass in House.
01/15/1979 Referred to House Committee on International Relations (Subsequently: Foreign Affairs).
01/15/1979 Introduced in House