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(c) Nothing in this title shall be construed to confer standing on any party seeking to bring, or jurisdiction on any court with respect to, any civil or criminal action against Congress, either House of Congress, a Member of Congress, à committee or subcommittee of a House of Congress, any office or agency of Congress, or any officer or employee of a House of Congress or any ollice or agency of Congress.

TECHNICAL AND CONFORDIING AMENDMENTS

Sec. 714. (a) Section 3210 of title 39 of the United States Code, is amended

(1) by striking out "and the Legislative Counsels of the House of Representatives and the Senate” in subsection (b) (1) and inserting in lieu thereof "the Legislative Counsels of the House of Representatives and the Senate, and the Senate Legal Counsel"; and

(2) by striking out "or the Legislative Counsel of the House of Representatives or the Senate” in subsection (b) (2) and inserting in lieu thereof "the Legislative Counsel of the House of

Representatives or the Senate, or the Senate Legal Counsel": (b) Section 3216 (a)(1)(A) of such title is amended by striking out "and the Legislative Counsels of the House of Representatives and the Senate” and inserting in lieu thereof “the Legislative Counsels of the House of Representatives and the Senate, and the Senate Legal Counsel”.

(c) Section 3219 of such title is amended by striking out "or the Legislative Counsel of the House of Representatives or the Senate" and inserting in lieu thereof "the Legislative Counsel of the House of Representatives or the Senate, or the Senate Legal Counsel”.

(d) Section 8 of the Act entitled “An Act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of the Government for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and seventy-six, and for other purposes,” approved Diarch 3, 1875 (2 U.S.C. 118), shall not apply to officers of the Senate.

SEPARABILITY Sec. 715. If any part of this title or any amendinent made by this title, is held invalid, the remainder of the title and any amendment made by this title shall not be affected thereby. If any provision of any part of this title or of any amendment made by this title, or the application thereof to any person or circumstance is held invalid, the provisions of other parts and of any amendment made by this title and their application to other persons or circumstances shall not be affected thereby.

CONTINGENT FUND

Sec. 716. The expenses of the Office shall be paid from the contingent fund of the Senate in accordance with the paragraph under the heading "UNDER LEGISLATIVE”, relating to the contingent fund of the Senate, of the Act of October 1, 1888 (28 Stat. 516; 2 U.S.C. 68), and upon vouchers approved by the Counsel.

EFFECTIVE DATE

Sec. 717. This title shall take effect on January 3, 1979.
Approved October 26, 1978.

LEGISLATIVE HISTORY Public Law 05-521 llouse Reports: No. 95–800 accompanying H.R. 1 (Cowu. on the Judiciary)

and No. 05-1750 (Comw. of Conference). Sennte Reports: No. 05-170 (Coum. on Governmeut Afnirs) and No. 03-273

(Coum. ou the Judiciary). Congressional Record :

Vol. 123 (1977): June 27, considered and passed Senate.
Vol. 124 (1978): Sept. 20, 27, H.R. 1 considered and passed Ilouse; pro-

ceedings vacated and S. 555, amended, passed in lieu. Oct. 7, Senate agreed to conference report.

Oct. 12, House agreed to confereuce report. Weekly Compliatiou of Presidential Documents :

Vol. 14, No. 43 (1978): Oct. 26, Presidential statement.

Public Law 06-19
House Reports: No. 96–114, pt. 1 (Comm. on Post Office and Civil Service) and

No. 96–114, pt. 2 (Comm. on the Judiciary).
Congressional Record :
Vol: 125 (1970) : May 14, considered and passed House.

May 23, considered and passed Senate.

l’ublic Law 06-28
Senate Report No. 96-115 (Comu, on the Judiciary).
Congressional Record :
Vol. 125 (1979): Apr. I. considered and passed House Senate.

May 16, 24, considered and passed House, amended.
June 14, Senate concurred in House amendments, with an

amendment.
June 15. House concurred in Senate amendment to House

ainendment No. 1 and receded from House amendment

No. 2.
Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents :

Vol. 15, No. 25: June 22, Presidential statement.

Public Law 97-409
Senate Report No. 97-496 (Comm. on Governmental Affairs).
Congressional Record :
Vol. 128 (1982) : Aug. 12, considered and passed Senate.

Dec. 13, considered and passed House, amended.
Dec. 16, Senate agreed to House amendments.

Public Law 98-150
House Report No. 08-89 accompanying H.R. 2717, pt. I (Comim. on the Judiciary)

and pt. II (Comm. on Post Office and Civil Service).
Senate Report No. 08-59 (Comm. on Governmental Affairs).
Congressional Record :
Vol. 129 (1083) : Apr. 6, considered and passed Senate.

Sept. 19, H.R. 2717 considered and passed House; S. 461,

amended, passed in lieu. Sept. 28, Senate concurred in House amendment with an

amendment.
Sept. 30. House concurred in Senate amendment with

amendments.
Oct. 27, Senate concurred in House amendments.

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