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Senate passes Hatch meth bill Sept. 17; House suspends markup on its version.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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HATCH METHAMPHETAMINE BILL PASSES SENATE UNANIMOUSLY in a Sept. 17 floor vote. Any prospect of sending the bill to President Clinton by the end of the 104th Congress now rests in the hands of House leaders. After an afternoon of debate on Sept. 18, the House Judiciary Committee indefinitely suspended further markup of HR 3852 -- the House methamphetamine legislation introduced July 26 by Rep. Fred Heineman (R-N.C.) -- due to scheduling conflicts with votes on the House floor.
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