PUBLIC BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS

MOAKLEY
1980-03-03

Handwritten; The Congressional Record for the House of Representatives for March 3, 1980 including bill H.R. 6675, requiring cigarette manufacturers to meet minimum standards as to the capacity for igniting smoldering fires in upholstery and mattresses. Proposes a five minute cap when at that time the cigarette would then self extinguish. Emphasizes this is not an antismoking bill, but a pro-safet... read more

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BEILENSON
CORMAN
FARY
FISH
GRAY
LUNDINE
MILLER
MURPHY
NOLAN
OBERSTAR
PEPPER
SCHEUER
STARK
WAXMAN
PM
AMERICAN BURN ASSN
AMERICAN TRAUMA SOCIETY
ACTION ON SMOKING & HEALTH
BURN FOUNDATION OF GREATER DELAWARE
BUSINESS & INST FURNITURE MFG ASSN
CA FIRE CHIEFS ASSN
CA FURNITURE MFG ASSN
CHICAGO FIREFIGHTERS UNION LOCAL 2
CINCINNATI INSURANCE BOARD
COBB COUNTY GA FIREFIGHTERS
CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION
DECORATIVE FABRICS ASSN
FEDERATED FIREFIGHTERS OF CA
HEALTH SYSTEMS AGENCY OF SOUTHERN P
IL FIRE INSPECTORS ASSN
INTL ASSN OF FIRE CHIEFS
INTL ASSN OF FIRE FIGHTERS
JAVCEES OF CT
NATL BUREAU OF STANDARDS OF FIRE RE
NORTHERN CA BURN COUNCIL
OR FIRE STANDARDS & ACCREDIDATION B
SAN FRANCISCO GENERAL HOSPITAL TRAU
US FIRE ADMINISTRATION
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