94th Congress > Senate > Vote 1191

Date: 1976-09-10

Result: 55-25

Vote Subject Matter: Foreign and Defense Policy / Budget Special Interest

Bill number: HR71

Description: TO PASS H.R. 71, TO PROVIDE HOSPITAL AND MEDICAL CARE TO CERTAIN MEMBERS OF THE ARMED FORCES WHO SERVED IN WW-I AND WW-II FOR NATIONS ALLIED OR ASSOCIATED WITH THE U.S.

Bill summary: (Senate receded from its amendment) Provides hospital and medical care to members of the armed forces of Poland or Czechoslovakia who participated in armed conflict with an enemy of the United States during World War I or World War II, and who have been citizens of the United States for not less than ten years. Provides that such hospital and medical care shall be available to the same extent as if such service had been performed in the Armed Forces of the United States.

Bill titles: A bill to amend title 38, United States Code, to provide hospital and medical care to certain members of the armed forces of nations allied or associated with the United States in World War I or World War II.

Original source documents: Digest of the Congressional Record vol. 122-136, p. S15593;

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