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Legislative History of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence
Frederick M. Kaiser (au)
On May 19, 1976, the U.S. Senate established the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence by agreeing, 72 to 22, to S. Res. 400. That action during the 94th Congress, creating a committee with consolidated jurisdiction over intelligence activities and with unprecedented legislative and fiscal authorization jursidiction for the same, culminated a lengthy heritage of deliberations on similar proposals, dating from the mid-1950s. This legislative history, compiled in 1978, summarizes the action and development associated with the origination of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence in the 94th Congress. It examines: background and previous recommendations, bills and resolutions introduced in the 94th Congress; committee action; floor action; and subsequent development regarding jurisdictional issues in the 94th Congress. This is a print on demand report.
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