H.R. 889 (104th): Emergency Supplemental Appropriations and Rescissions for the Department of Defense to Preserve and Enhance Military Readiness Act ...

This was a vote to pass H.R. 889 (104th) in the House.

Mexican Debt Disclosure Act of 1995 is a law of the United States formulating congressional oversight and monetary policy to stabilize the currency of Mexico as a result of speculative capital flight and the Mexican peso crisis of 1994. The Act requires the submission of monthly reports by the United States Secretary of the Treasury concerning all international guarantees, long-term, and short-term currency swaps with the federal government of Mexico. The U.S. Congressional bill requires the submission of semi-annual reports by the President of the United States concerning presidential certifications of all international credits, currency swaps, guarantees, and loans through the exchange stabilization fund to the government of Mexico.

The U.S. legislative bill was introduced in the United States Senate as S. 384 on February 10, 1995. The U.S. Congressional S. 384 bill was superseded by H.R. 889 on April 4, 1995. The H.R. 889 legislation was passed by the 104th United States Congress on April 6, 1995 and enacted into law by the 42nd President of the United States Bill Clinton on April 10, 1995.

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Congress
104th Congress
Date
Apr 6, 1995
Chamber
House
Number
#296
Question:
On the Conference Report in the House
Result:
Passed

Totals     Republican     Democrat     Independent
  Yea 343
 
 
 
79%
213 130 0
  Nay 80
 
 
 
18%
11 68 1
Not Voting 11
 
 
 
3%
5 6 0
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