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August 3, 1973–Senate:

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Order for consideration of S. 4 on September 11, 1973---

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Bill reported during August Recess :
S. 1179, text of, as reported August 21, 1973-

780
Senate Report 93-383_-

1063
September 10, 1973–Senate:

Vitiation of order previously entered on S. 4, the Pension and Welfare
Benefits bill.

1225
Order for limitation of debate on S. 4_-

1225
Order to consider S. 4 on Tuesday, September 18, 1973-

1226

September 13, 1973–Senate:

Amendments to S. 4:

No. 478 (by Mr. Taft)

1228

No. 479 (by Mr. Taft)

1229

No. 481 (by Mr. Hartke)-

1236

Introductory remarks by Mr. Hartke..

1234

No. 482 (by Mr. Hartke) -

1245

Introductory remarks by Mr. Hartke.

1244

No. 483 (by Mr. H tke).

1249

Introductory remarks by Mr. Hartke.

1248

No. 485 (by Mr. Hartke)----

1254

Introductory remarks by Mr. Hartke..

1252

Amendments to S, 1179 :

No. 480 (by Mr. Taft)--

1232

No. 484 (by Mr. Hartke).

1251

Introductory remarks by Mr. Hartke.

1250

September 17, 1973–Senate:

Amendments to S. 4:

No. 188 (by Mr. Jackson)

1260

No. 489 (by Mr. Jackson)

1262

No. 496 by Mr. Nelson (for himself, Messrs. Long, Bentsen, and

Bennett)

1271-1497

No. 497 by Mr. Nelson (for himself, Messrs. Long, Bentsen, and

Bennett)

1498_1568

Amendment No. 495 to S. 1179 (by Mr. Tunney) -

1264
Unanimous consent for consideration of Calendar No. 119, S. 4---- 1266–1270
H.R. 1200, Text of, as reported.--

1570
Senate Report 93–394_-

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VOLUME II

September 18, 1973–Senate:

Floor debate on S. 4-

1579-1670

Amendments to S. 4:

No. 503 (by Mr. Curtis).

1671

No. 504 (by Mr. Buckley to numbered Amendment No. 497 pro-

posed by Mr. Nelson

1674

No. 505 (by Mr. Nelson)

1675
No. 506 (by Mr. Nelson)

1676
No. 507 (by Mr. Tunney)

1678
No. 508 (by Mr. Hartke to numbered Amendment No. 496 proposed
by Mr, Velson.--

1680
Analysis of Amendment No. 496 to S. 4..

1718-1729

September 19, 1973–Senate:

Floor debate on S. 4.-

1732-1882

H.R. 1200, text of, as passed by Senate--

1883

October 2, 1973_House:
H.R. 2, text of, as reported with amendments..

2181
House Report 93-333.

2348
February 4, 1974-House :
II. R. 12481 as submitted and as reported February 5, 1974.

2393
Ilouse Report 93–779_,

2584
February 20, 1974-House:
H.R. 12906, text of, as introduced

2761
February 21, 1974-House:
H.R. 12855, text of, as reported..

2924
House Report 93-807.

3115

February 25, 1974-House:

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Employee Benefit Security Act of 1974: Material explaining H.R.

12906 together with supplemental views (to accompany H.R. 2)-3293–3350

February 26, 1974-House:

Consideration of House Resolution 896_

3351

Floor debate on H. Res. 896_-

3351

Floor debate on H.R. 2_-

3375-3481

February 27, 1974-House:

Floor debate on H.R. 2_-

3482-3504

VOLUME III

February 28, 1974House:

Floor debate on H.R. 2-..

3505-3519

Canceled companies with pension agreements, 1973 (prepared by In-

surance, Pension and Unemployment Benefits Department, United

Steelworkers of America) -

3520_3521

Floor debate on H.R. 2 continued..

3522-3596

March 4, 1974–Senate:

Consideration of H.R. 2--

3597

H.R. 2, text of, with amendments as passed by Senate--- 3599-3895

March 6, 1974–-Senate:

Printing of additional ccpies of H.R. 2-

3897

H.R. 2, text of, as passed by House and printed.

3898-4250

March 29, 1974Senate:

Analysis of private pension reform legislation, 93d Congress, March

1974—Comparison of Senate-Passed and House Passed versions of

H.R. 2..

4251

Private Pension Reform Legislation—Comparison of Senate-Passed

and House-Passed versions of H.R. 2..

4252-4275

April 2, 1974House :

Appointment of conferees on H.R. 2-

4276

August 12, 1974House:

House Report 93–1280 to H.R. 2, conference report----

4277-4654

August 13, 1974–Senate:

Submission of conference report on the Employee Retirement and

Income Security Act of 1974 (Report 93–1090) -

4655

August 20, 1974-House:

Floor debate on conference report on H.R. 2_

4656-4721

H. Con. Res. 609, text of, as ordered to be printed and passed.--- 4722_4730

August 22, 1974–Senate:

Authorization for Clerk of the House of Representatives to make cor-

rections in the enrollment of H.R. 2_

4731

Floor debate on conference report on H.R. 2-

4733-4835

Public Law 93 406, text of, September 2, 1974.

4836–5043

2. The documents indexed are limited to bills, reports, the "bill” print of broad amendments such as those in the nature of a substitute, and floor debates. At the end of these explanatory notes is a list of such documents printed in this legislative history. The list is annotated as to several documents which, in whole or in part, are not indexed for the purpose of avoiding duplication. For example, H.R. 4200 as passed by the Senate is not indexed because the same legislation became the Senate amendment to H.R. 2. Also, for example, the substitute bill printed in the Conference Report is not indexed because of its close similarity to the final law. In addition, prints in committee reports of the Welfare and Pension Plans Disclosure Act as it would be changed are not indexed.

While certain substantive amendments are not indexed as to the "bill” print, they are indexed as to the floor consideration on them. Technical, clerical, and conforming changes generally are not indexed where they are not described in the documents as to their subject matter.

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Regulations/rules, general authority. Instances of narrow treatment or application, to the extent they occur in the documents, generally are not indexed separately, but may be found within the page references given under the index heading covering the particular subject to which they pertain. For example, a page reference to ERISA section 505, regarding authority to issue regulations under Title I, is included under the "regulations" main heading in the Reporting and Disclosure index, Participation and Vesting index, etc.; specific authority to issue regulations regarding the filing of annual reports may be found within the page references given under "Annual report or return--filing requirements” in the Reporting and Disclosure index.

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