Acts Approved by the President

July 2005
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents;7/25/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 29, p1222
Government Documents
Presents the legislative acts approved by U.S. President George W. Bush in July 2005. H. R. 3322/Public law 109-35 Surface Transportation Act of 2005; H. R. 1001/Public Law 109-36 designating a facility of the Postal Service as Sergeant Byron W. Norwood Post Office Building; H. R. 3377/Public Law 109-37 Surface Transportation Act of 2005.


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