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Reed Amendment

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Tom Reed's amendment to clean up nuclear waste at West Valley passes House

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Rodney Reed hearing: Victim’s fiance invokes Fifth Amendment, won’t testify

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Akhil Reed Amar: Original Intent & Understanding the Constitution

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Higgins joins Reed on Amendment to Restore Funding for West Valley Clean-Up

The Reed Amendment was sponsored by Senator James A. Reed (D) of Missouri and passed March 3, 1913, it added to the toothless Webb–Kenyon Act of 1913 by imposing a fine of $1,000 for transporting liquor into a dry state with no greater effect.
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