BILL NO: H.R. 1813 (104th CONGRESS, 1st SESSION)
OFFICIAL TITLE: A bill to establish a Minerals Management Service within the Department of the Interior, and for other purposes
SPONSOR: Rep. Ehrlich (R-MD)
DATE INTRODUCED: 06-09-95
BRIEF TITLE: Minerals Management Service Organic Act
COSPONSORS: 1 CURRENT COSPONSOR
As Introduced - Rep. Radanovich.
06-09-95 House Committee on Resources.
06-13-95 Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources.
06-09-95 Referred to House Committee on Resources.
06-13-95 Executive Comment Requested from Interior.
06-13-95 Referred to Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources.
03-07-96 Subcommittee Hearings Held.
COMPLETE BILL TEXT:
The complete bill text is available on Thomas: The Library of Congress Web Site. In Thomas, click on Full Text of Legislation, then 104th Congress Bills, then Search by Bill Number, type in hr 1813 , hit RUN QUERY, and choose the most recent version.
BILL DIGEST: June 9, 1995.
Minerals Management Service Organic Act - Establishes theMinerals Management Service within the Department of the Interiorand under the charge of a Director who shall report to theAssistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management. Directs theService to: (1) promote and regulate the use of lands on theOuter Continental Shelf; and (2) administer a program for thecollection, distribution, accounting for and auditing of revenuesowed by holders of mineral leases on federal, offshore and Indian lands.
(Source: Library of Congress)