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To establish an Office of Consumer Affairs in order to provide within the Federal Government for the representation of the interests of consumers, to coordinate Federal programs and activities affecting consumers, to assure that the interests of consumers are timely presented and considered by Federal agencies, to represent the interests of consumers before Federal agencies, and to serve as a clearinghouse for consumer information; to establish a Consumer Advisory Council to oversee and evaluate Federal activities relating to consumers; to authorize the National Bureau of Standards, at the request of businesses, to conduct product standard tests; and for other purposes.
Florence P. Dwyer, New Jersey Representative of the 91st Congress, 1st Session.
Congress; Committee on Government Operations
October 27, 1969
Bay 2, Column 9, Public Service, Box 2
Dwyer, Florence P., "H.R. 14519" (1969). Florence Dwyer Congressional Bills 1969. 47.
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