S. 2306 (91st): An Act to provide for the establishment of an international quarantine station and to permit the entry therein of animals from any country and the subsequent movement of such animals into other parts of the United States for purposes of improving livestock

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Introduced:

91st Congress (1969–1971)

Status:

Enacted on May 6, 1970

Law:

Pub.L. 91-239

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Last Updated: May 6, 1970

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GPO FDSys – United States Statutes at Large

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