The Committee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives for the Thirty-Ninth Session of Congress.
An amendment to the Constitution of the United States that granted citizenship and equal rights, both civil and legal, to African Americans and slaves who had been emancipated by the thirteenth amendment.
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A joint resolution on equal suffrage is referred to the Committee on the Judiciary
H. R. 1 continues to be considered; H. R. 3 is considered; H. Res. 1 is recommended by the committee
H. Res. 30 and H. R. 88 are referred to the Committee on the Judiciary
H. Res. 39 is referred to the Committee on the Judiciary; H. Res. 1 is considered by the committee
The committee considers H. Res. 8, H. Res. 6, H. Res. 30, and H. Res. 5
The committee decides to report back H. R. 88 and recommend its passage
H. Res. 70 and H. Res. 72 are referred to the Committee on the Judiciary
The Committee amends S. 61 and reports it back to the House; H. Res. 43 is amended and reported back to the House
H. R. 437 is sent to the committee where it is considered and postponed
The committee amends H. R. 437 and recommends the passage of the bill, and that it be printed and recommitted