Bills in the 97th Congress
Legal Services Corporation Amendments of 1981
An original bill to authorize the appropriations for the Legal Services Corporation for fiscal years 1982, 1983, and 1984, and to encourage the use of private attorneys in the provision of legal services under that Act, and for other purposes.Show All Titles
Dec 23, 1982: Stalled Law
|July 29, 1981||Placed on Senate Legislative Calendar under Regular Orders. Calendar No. 238.|
|July 29, 1981||Committee on Labor and Human Resources. Original measure reported to Senate by Senator Weicker. With written report No. 97-171.|
|June 24, 1981||Committee on Labor and Human Resources ordered to be reported an original measure in lieu of H.R. 3480.|
S.AMDT. 590To provide for State advisory councils.
S.AMDT. 589To provide for the appointment of the governing body of each organization receiving assistance from the Corporation organized primarily for the purpose of providing legal assistance to eligible clients.
S.AMDT. 588To provide more specific prohibitions on lobbying.
S.AMDT. 587To provide for a limitation on class actions.
S.AMDT. 586To provide for additional restrictions on use of funds.
S.AMDT. 584To provide for additional restrictions on, and for the documentation of, the use of funds under the Legal Services Corporation Act.
- Thomas Eagleton, D-MO
- Robert T. Stafford, R-VT
- Ted Kennedy, D-MA
- Howard M. Metzenbaum, D-OH
- HARRISON ARLING WILLIAMS, D-NJ
- John C. Danforth, R-MO
- Charles Mathias, R-MD
- David "Dave" Durenberger, R-MN
- H. John Heinz, R-PA
- Jennings Randolph, D-WV
- Chris Dodd, D-CT
- Quentin N. Burdick, D-ND
- Daniel K. Inouye, D-HI
- Paul S. Sarbanes, D-MD
- Daniel Patrick Moynihan, D-NY
- Paul Tsongas, D-MA
- Donald Wayne Riegle Jr., D-MI