Summary of bills passing both houses, 1973 spring session, and Governor"s actions. by Illinois. Legislative Council.

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LC ClassificationsKFI1215 .2 1973
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Pagination84 [i.e. 94] p. ;
Number of Pages94
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LC Control Number74623072

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Passed Resolutions. There are passed resolutions so far in this session of Congress (for joint and concurrent resolutions, passed both chambers).

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If the bill survives the vote in one house, it must also go to the opposite house and go through the same procedure. If the opposite house votes in favor of the exact same bill as the original house, the bill will go the President's desk for signature.

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