Veto--Senate joint resolution 149

message from the President of the United States returning without my approval Senate joint resolution 149, to temporarily suspend the authority of the Secretary of Agriculture. by Ronald Reagan

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  • Agricultural price supports -- United States.,
  • Dairy products -- United States.,
  • Veto -- United States.
  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSenate document -- no. 98-14., Senate document (United States. Congress (98th, 1st session : 1983). Senate) -- no. 98-14.
    ContributionsReagan, Ronald.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15300598M

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