S. 1912 (104th): A bill to clarify the provision of section 3626(b) of title 39, United States Code, defining an “institution of higher education”.
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- 6/27/1996--Introduced.Redefines "institution of higher education" for purposes of provisions regarding second class postal rates to include a nonprofit organization that coordinates a network of college-level courses that is sponsored primarily ...
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Last Action: Nov 2, 1995
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