H.R. 8921 (87th): An Act to provide for the annual audit of bridge commissions and authorities created by act of Congress, for the filling of vacancies in the membership thereof, and for other purposes

87th Congress (1961–1962)
Enacted on Apr 27, 1962
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This bill became Pub.L. 87-441.
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This bill was enacted on Apr 27, 1962.


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