H.J.Res. 621 (95th): Joint resolution approving the Presidential decision on an Alaska natural gas transportation system, and for other purposes.

95th Congress, 1977–1978. Text as of Nov 08, 1977 (Passed Congress/Enrolled Bill).

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91 STAT. 1268                        PUBLIC LAW 95-158—NOV. 8, 1977

                   Public Law 95-158
                   95th Congress
                                               Joint Resolution
  Nov. 8, 1977     Approving the Presidential decision on an Alaslia natural gas transportation
 [H.J. Res. 621]                        system, and for other purposes.

                      Resolved hy the Senate and House of Representatives  of the United
Alaska natural     States of America in Congress assembled, T h a t the House of Repre-
gas                sentatives and Senate approve the Presidential decision on an Alaska
transportation     natural gas transportation system submitted to the Congress on Sep-
system,            tember 22, 1977, and find that any environmental impact statements
Presidential
decision.          prepared relative to such system and submitted with the President's
Congressional      decision are in compliance with the Natural Environmental Policy
approval.          Act of 1969.
15 use 719f
note.                Approved November 8, 1977.
42 use 4321
note.




                   LEGISLATIVE HISTORY:
                   HOUSE REPORTS: No. 95-739, pt. I (Coram, on Interior and Insular Affairs) and No.
                                     95-739, pt. II (Comm. on Interstate and Foreign Commerce).
                   SENATE REPORT No. 95-567 accompanying S.J. Res. 82 (Comm. on Energy and
                                     Natural Resources).
                   CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 123 (1977):
                        Nov. 2, considered and passed House and Senate, in lieu of S.J. Res. 82.
                   WEEKLY COMPILATION OF PRESIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS, Vol. 13, No. 46:
                        Nov. 8, Presidential statement.