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A bill to authorize appropriations to the Department of Energy for civilian programs for fiscal year 1980 and fiscal year 1981, and for other purposes.
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TO AMEND H.R. 3000, DOE CIVILIAN PROGRAM AUTHORIZATION, BY STRIKING AUTHORIZATION FOR THE CLINCH RIVER BREEDER REACTOR AND REAPPROPRIATING UNEXTENDED FUNDS PLUS $107 MILLION FOR RESEARCH AND DESIGN OF A NEW BREEDER REACTOR TEST PLANT. (MOTION FAILED)Jul 26, 1979 midnight
unknown 185/241TO AMEND H.R. 3000, DOE CIVILIAN PROGRAMS AUTHORIZATIONS, BY CONTINUING PRICE CONTROLS ON DOMESTIC CRUDE OIL. (MOTION FAILED)Oct 11, 1979 midnight
unknown 140/262TO AMEND H.R. 3000, DOE CIVILIAN PROGRAM AUTHORIZATIONS, BY DIRECTING THE SECRETARY TO PRESCRIBE RULES TO DETERMINE THE PRICE FOR SALES OF MIDDLE DISTILLATES BY REFINERS. (MOTION FAILED)Oct 11, 1979 midnight
unknown 128/247TO AMEND H.R. 3000 BY PROHIBITING USE OF AUTHORIZED FUNDS TO ENFORCE ANY REGULATION WHICH WOULD CONTINUE ANY MANDATORY ALLOCATION OR PRICE CONTROL ON GASOLINE. (MOTION PASSED)Oct 12, 1979 midnight
unknown 191/188TO AMEND THE GRAMM AMENDMENT TO H.R. 3000 BY RESTORING AUTHORITY TO IMPOSE GENERAL ALLOCATION CONTROLS IF THE PRESIDENT SO DETERMINED. (SEE RC 554) (MOTION FAILED)Oct 12, 1979 midnight
unknown 182/191TO AMEND H.R. 3000 BY PROVIDING FOR STANDBY PRIORITY ALLOCATION OF GASOLINE FOR AGRICULTURAL USERS OR OTHER PRIORITY ALLOCATIONS TO FULFILL THE PURPOSES OF SECTION 4(B)(I) OF THE EMERGENCY PETROLEUM ALLOCATION ACT. (MOTION PASSED)Oct 12, 1979 midnight
unknown 257/119TO AMEND H.R. 3000, DOE CIVILIAN AUTHORIZATIONS, BY MAKING THE PRIMARY CONSIDERATION IN SITE RELOCATION FOR A PERMANENT GEOLOGICAL REPOSITARY FOR NUCLEAR HIGH-LEVEL WASTES BE THAT THE SITE BE ON SUITABLE FEDERAL LAND. (MOTION PASSED)Oct 18, 1979 midnight
unknown 209/198Oct 18, 1979 midnight
unknown 252/133TO AMEND THE MCCORMACK SUBSTITUTE FOR THE KOSTMAYER AMENDMENT TO H.R. 3000, TO REQUIRE THAT 12% OF DOE RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT FUNDS GO TO SMALL BUSINESSES UNLESS THE SECRETARY DETERMINES IT WOULD BE IMPRACTICABLE IN THE CASE OF ANY PROJECT OR SERVICE. (MOTION PASSED)Oct 18, 1979 midnight
unknown 221/169Oct 18, 1979 midnight
unknown 267/107TO AMEND H.R. 3000 BY REQUIRING DOE TO OBTAIN AND PUBLISH MONTHLY PETROLEUM SUPPLY REPORTS FROM EACH OIL COMPANY. (MOTION PASSED)Oct 24, 1979 midnight
unknown 264/143TO AMEND H.R. 3000 BY PROHIBITING FUNDING TO ADMINISTER ANY REGULATION WHICH WOULD CONTINUE ANY MANDATORY ALLOCATION OR PRICE CONTROL OF GASOLINE. (MOTION FAILED)Oct 24, 1979 midnight
unknown 189/225Oct 24, 1979 midnight
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Civic Impulse. (2015). H.R. 3000 — 96th Congress: Department of Energy Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1980 and 1981-Civilian Applications. Retrieved from https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/96/hr3000
“H.R. 3000 — 96th Congress: Department of Energy Authorization Act for Fiscal Years 1980 and 1981-Civilian Applications.” www.GovTrack.us. 1979. May 26, 2015 <https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/96/hr3000>
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