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PUBLIC LAW 93-508-DEC. 3, 1974
TITLE V—EFFECTIVE DATES SEC. 501. Title I of this Act shall become effective on September 1, ^^^^ ^^'^ *^°^ SEC. 502. Title III of this Act shall become effective on January 1, ^^^^ use i798 1975, except that eligible persons shall, upon application, be entitled (and all such persons shall be notified by the Administrator of Veterans' Affairs of such entitlement) to a loan under the new subchapter III of chapter 36 of title 38, United States Code, as added by section 301 of this Act, the terms of which take into account the ^"'^' P- i^^^full amount of the actual cost of attendance (as defined in section 1798(b)(2)(C) of such title) which such persons incurred for the academic year beginning on or about September 1, 1974. SEC. 503. Titles II and IV of this Act shall become effective on the J^^^^^ ^^^^ date of their enactment. CARL ALBERT
Speaker of the House of
JAMES 0. EASTLAND
of the Senate pro tempore.
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, U.S., Decembers, 1974. The House of Representatives having proceeded to reconsider the bili (H. R. 12628) entitled "An Act to amend title 38, United States Code, to increase vocational rehabilitation subsistence allowances, educational and training assistance allowances, and special allowances paid to eligible veterans and persons under chapters 31, 34, and 35 of such title; to improve and expand the special programs for educationally disadvantaged veterans and servicemen under chapter 34 of such title; to improve and expand the veteran-student services program; to establish an education loan program for veterans and persons eligible for benefits under chapter 34 or 35 of such title; to make other improvements in the educational assistance program and in the administration of educational benefits; to promote the employment of veterans and the wives and widows of certain veterans by improving and expanding the provisions governing the operation of the Veterans Employment Service, by increasing the employment of veterans by Federal contractors and subcontractors, and by providing for an action plan for the employment of disabled and Vietnam era veterans within the Federal Government; to codify and expand veterans reemployment rights; and for other purposes", returned by the President of the United States with his objections, to the House of Representatives, in which it originated, it was