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H.R. 3704 (99th): Anti-State-Supported Terrorism Act of 1985

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11/6/1985--Introduced. Anti-State-Supported Terrorism Act of 1985 - Authorizes the President, if a nation supports an act of terrorism against U.S. citizens, to: (1) suspend U.S. aid to that nation; (2) suspend trade between the United States and that nation; (3) deny trade benefits to that nation; and (4) impose other sanctions if they are imposed multilaterally.