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H.R. 10723. LEGISLATIVE APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL 1964. LIPSCOMB MOTION TO RECOMMIT WITH INSTRUCTIONS TO REPORT IT BACK WITH AN AMENDMENT LIMITING EXPENDITURE BY CONGRESSIONAL COMMITTEES OR THE CAPITOL ARCHITECT TO ACTIVITIES THAT ARE A MATTER OF PUBLIC RECORD.Apr 10, 1964 midnight
unknown 223/166HR. 10723. LEGISLATIVE BRANCH APPROPRIATIONS FOR 1965. PROXMIRE AMEND. DELETING $2.5 MILLION TO BEGIN DESIGNS & SELECT A SITE FOR A NEW G.P.O.Jul 28, 1964 midnight
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