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9/20/1994--Passed House amended. Vegetable Ink Printing Act of 1994 - Prohibits any Federal agency from performing or procuring lithographic printing using ink containing oil if the ink contains less than a specified percentage of vegetable oil. Provides for waiver of such prohibition (allowing the use of petroleum-based ink) in certain circumstances for considerations of suitability or cost.