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106 STAT. 3546 PUBLIC LAW 102-538—OCT. 27, 1992 (1) evaluating and analyzing the costs to Armed Forces personnel of such telephone calls to andfi:t>mAmerican military bases abroad; (2) evaluate methods of reducing the rates imposed on such calls; (3) determine the extent to which it is feasible for the Federal Communications Commission to encourage tihe carriers to adopt flexible billing procedures and policies for members of the Armed Forces and their families for telephone calls to and from the countries listed in subsection (a); ana (4) advise executive branch agencies of methods for the United States to persuade foreign governments to reduce the surcharges that are often placed on such telephone calls. 47 USC 303 note. SEC. 214. AM RADIO mPROVEMENT STANDARD. The Federal Communications Commission shall— (1) within 60 days after the date of enactment of this Act, initiate a rulemaJcing to adopt a single AM radio stereophonic transmitting equipment stendard that specifies the composition of the transmitted stereophonic signal; and (2) within one year after such date of enactment, adopt such standard. Approved October 27, 1992. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY—H.R. 6180: CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 138 (1992): Oct. 5, considered and passed House. Oct. 8, considered and passed Senate. WEEKLY COMPILATION OF PRESIDENTIAL DOCUMENTS, Vol. 28 (1992): Oct. 27, Presidential statement.