Guide to the Frank Church Papers
1941-1984

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Creator: Church, Frank
Title: Frank Church Papers
Dates: 1941-1984 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 776 linear feet (776 boxes)
Collection Number: MSS 56
Summary: Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, articles, press releases, reports, studies, legislation, case files, campaign files, scrapbooks, photos, films, audiotapes, and other papers, relating chiefly to Church's career as a U.S. Senator from Idaho, 1956-1980.
Repository:
Boise State University Library
Special Collections and Archives

1910 University Dr.
Boise, Idaho 83725-1430
208-426-3990
archives@boisestate.edu
http://library.boisestate.edu/Special/

Languages: Collection materials are in English 
Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided, in part, by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities

Biographical Note

Frank Church was born in Boise, Idaho on July 25, 1924, a third generation Idahoan. While in junior high school he wrote a letter to a Boise newspaper in response to an article on foreign relations by Senator William Borah. The letter appeared on the paper's front page and Church took the first step toward his goal of following in the footsteps of Senator Borah of Idaho.

As a junior at Boise High School, Church won the 1941 American Legion National Oratorical Contest with a speech titled "The American Way of Life." The prize was sufficient to provide for four years at the college or university of the winner's choice. Church chose Stanford University, enrolling in 1942. Church never forgot his debt to the American Legion and debating and became the Idaho coordinator for the contest after beginning law practice in Boise. Throughout his career, when corresponding with young debaters, he would mention his experience as a debater and encourage his correspondents to continue this activity.

In 1943, Church enlisted in the United States Army and served as a military intelligence officer in the China-Burma-India theatre. When discharged in 1946, he returned to Stanford to complete his education. In 1947, he married Bethine Clark, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Chase A. Clark, a former governor of Idaho. After receiving his undergraduate degree from Stanford, Church was diagnosed as having cancer and was given one year to live. Painful X-ray treatments spared his life and this second chance led him to later reflect that "life itself is such a chancy proposition that the only way to live is by taking great chances." In 1950, Church graduated from Stanford Law School and returned to Boise to practice law.

Frank Church became an active Democrat in Idaho and after an unsuccessful try for the State Legislature in 1952, he ran for the U.S. Senate in 1956. After a closely contested primary election, he handily defeated the Republican incumbent Herman Welker. At the age of 32, Church became the fifth youngest member ever to sit in the U.S. Senate. The newly elected junior Senator from Idaho responded to a Lyndon B. Johnson request for committee assignment preferences by asking for a place on the Interior and Insular Affairs Committee. It was a post he described as being "of great moment and importance to Idaho."

In 1958, Church was appointed to the McClellan "Rackets" Committee and received national television exposure. Senate Majority Leader Lyndon B. Johnson gave Church's career a significant boost in 1959 by appointing him to the Foreign Relations Committee. In 1960, Church received additional national exposure when he gave the keynote speech at the Democratic National Convention. In his first term Church played key roles in civil rights legislation, wilderness preservation and statehood for Alaska and Hawaii. In 1962, he became the first Democratic Senator from Idaho to win a second term.

In 1965, Church expressed his concern about the continued U.S. involvement in Vietnam in a speech on the Senate floor. Church's constituency was to the right of the Senator on this matter and he took a political risk as a vocal opponent of the war. In spite of this position he was re-elected in 1968. In 1969, he joined with Senator John Sherman Cooper (R-Ky.) to sponsor an amendment prohibiting the use of ground troops in Laos and Thailand. In 1970, the second Cooper-Church Amendment limited the power of the president during a war situation. Thereafter Church was actively engaged in efforts to force the end of the Vietnam War.

Another of Senator Church's interests was the elderly. In 1972, Church became the chairman of the Special Committee on Aging, a committee he was appointed to in 1967. To provide for the welfare of retirees, Church sponsored legislation for a cost-of-living adjustment, improved medical care, better housing and other benefits for Social Security recipients. Church's concern for the elderly played a role in winning re-election time after time.

Senator Church served on numerous other committees. From 1973 to 1976, he was co-chair of the Special Committee on National Emergencies and Delegated Emergency Powers. This committee studied the presidential emergency powers that had developed over a 40-year period. In 1973, Church was appointed chairman of the Subcommittee on Multi-National Corporations, charged with the task of exploring the political influence of multi-nationals. Church felt this appointment may have been his single most important assignment. In 1975, Church became the chairman of the Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities. This committee investigated alleged abuses of power by the CIA and FBI.

In the spring of 1976, Church sought the nomination for the Democratic candidacy for president. He won primaries in Nebraska, Idaho, Oregon and Montana, but handicapped by his late start, he decided to withdraw in favor of Jimmy Carter.

Early in his career Senator Church struck a balance between preservation and development of the nation's dwindling wilderness areas. His sponsorship and support of the Wild and Scenic Rivers and National Wilderness Acts helped ensure the preservation of the most beautiful regions in the nation. To honor his efforts, the River of No Return Wilderness Area in Idaho was re-named the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area.

A balanced stance was one of the ingredients that helped Senator Church achieve re-election three times in an essentially conservative state. By opposing gun control legislation, supporting local agricultural interests and fighting efforts by southwestern states to export Idaho's water, Church's liberal foreign relations stances were not serious impediments - until 1980.

In 1979, Church achieved a lifelong dream when he was appointed chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. In the late 1970s, and later as chair of the Foreign Relations Committee, Senator Church guided the ratification of the Panama Canal Treaties through the Senate. This support was used by Church's political foes to defeat his efforts for a fifth term. He was defeated by Congressman Steve Symms by 4,262 votes - less than 1 percent of the voter turnout.

After his defeat, Frank Church practiced international law with the Washington, D.C., firm of Whitman and Ransom, specializing in Asian issues. In 1984, Church was hospitalized for a pancreatic tumor and died at home in Bethesda, MD., on April 7 at the age of 59.

Source: The Frank Church Papers: A Summary Guide, including the papers of Bethine C. Church and Carl Burke by Ralph W. Hansen and Deborah J. Roberts, assisted by Ellen Koger and David Kennedy, Boise: Boise State University Library, Special Collections Department, 1998

Content Description

Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, articles, press releases, reports, studies, legislation, case files, campaign files, scrapbooks, photos, films, audio tapes, and other papers, relating chiefly to Church's career in the U.S. Senate, 1956-1980. Topics include problems of the aging (from his service on Special Committee on Aging), abortion, Alaska and Hawaii statehood, Basques (in Spain and Idaho), civil rights, Crusade for Freedom, Democratic Party politics, 1960 Democratic National Convention (Los Angeles, Calif.), Church's bid for the 1976 Democratic Presidential nomination, federal aid to education, foreign relations, gun control, Indian affairs, multinational corporations, national parks and recreation areas (particularly Hells Canyon and Sawtooth national recreation areas), Panama Canal treaty ratification (1977-1978), Teton Dam collapse (1976), Vietnam War, Watergate, wild and scenic rivers, wilderness preservation, and Idaho politics, agriculture, water projects, and natural resources (particularly forests, wilderness, mining, and fish and game).

Correspondents include Cecil D. Andrus, Birch Bayh, Robert C. Byrd, Joseph S. Clark, John Sherman Cooper, Alan Cranston, Henry L. Day, Thomas J. Dodd, John V. Evans, J. William Fulbright, Mike Gravel, Ernest Gruening, Philip A. Hart, Vance Hartke, Mark O. Hatfield, Hubert H. Humphrey, Daniel K. Inouye, Henry M. Jackson, Jacob K. Javits, Lyndon B. Johnson, Len B. Jordan, and Edward M. Kennedy.

Additional correspondents include Warren G. Magnuson, Mike Mansfield, Charles McC. Mathias, Jr., James A. McClure, Gale McGee, George McGovern, Lee Metcalf, Walter F. Mondale, Frank E. Moss, Edmund S. Muskie, Gaylord Nelson, Eli M. Oboler, Claiborne Pell, William Proxmire, Jennings Randolph, Elmo Roper, Robert E. Smylie, Stuart Symington, and Harrison A. Williams.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Collection is available for research with the exception of selected files. Contact Special Collections for information.

Preferred Citation :  

Boise State University, Albertsons Library, Special Collections and Archives, Frank Church Papers, MSS 56, [item description]

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

The collection is arranged in eleven series: 1. Legislation files; 2. Senate committees; 3. Federal government; 4. Idaho; 5. Campaigns; 6. Political affairs; 7. Public relations; 8. Speeches, articles, trips and meetings; 9. Administration; 10. Personal; and 11. Frank Church audio-visual collection.

Acquisition Information :  

Gift of Senator Church, 1984, and of Bethine Church, 1984 and after.

Future Additions :  

Additional accruals are expected.

Processing Note :  

After 24 years and countless file clerks, the Church Collection presented a distinct processing challenge. Many of the older files had been in storage in a Federal Record Center in Maryland. Others had been stored in the "attic" of the Senate Office Building. Much, of course, was in the active file in the Senator's office. When these were all sent to Stanford, six boxes were lost in transit, never to be found.

How to organize all this paper was the question when processing began at Boise State. Since the Church office files were subject-oriented, it was decided to follow this arrangement and use a chronological sequence within each subject. One major problem was that over the years the file clerks gave differing interpretations to the same subject. Little effort was expended to reorganize misfiled information.

Most of the federal documents and ephemeral publications in the Church Papers are unique to the Boise State University Library and were left in their original files and included in the index. Monographic works were separated from the files.

Because index information was entered into the computer while processing was under way, it was not possible to number the boxes consecutively as is the general practice. By breaking the collection into series numbers the processing staff was able to enter the names, subjects and folder titles as each unit was processed.

The "General" section, which precedes more specific files in some parts of the Collection, seems to have been used by Church's staff to file miscellaneous material that did not fit into a more specific location. Letters coded "General" can include more than one issue, or can be on a single topic which never generated sufficient volume to need its own location. Because "General" includes such a wide variety of topics, researchers who wish an overview can consult these files first, then pursue more specific interests in the subject index and the subject areas of the files.

Related Materials :  

The Frank Church Papers: A Summary Guide, including the papers of Bethine C. Church and Carl Burke by Ralph W. Hansen and Deborah J. Roberts, assisted by Ellen Koger and David Kennedy, Boise: Boise State University Library, Special Collections Department, 1988, is available on Boise State University ScholarWorks. See also: MSS 226, Bethine C. Church Papers, MSS 124 Fred H. Hutchison Papers, MSS 57 Carl Burke Papers, and MSS 173 LeRoy Ashby and Rod Gramer Collection on Frank Church.


Detailed Description of the Collection

1:  Legislation, 1956-1980

Senator Church's legislative files are arranged alphabetically by subject. Many issues will be found in more than one place in the Legislation files, depending on the aspect being treated or the volume of correspondence or the whim of the filing staff that day. For example, the Basques appear in the Legislation files as sheepherders with immigration problems and as wool raisers who want protection from foreign wool. Because of the Basques' ties to Spain, a significant amount of material is found in the Foreign Relations Committee files, and immigration problems surface in the Immigration and Naturalization Service files of the Federal Government series. In the same way, the issues of natural resources, forests and forestry, timber and lumber are so interrelated that information about wood can be found under each heading.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
General
General correspondence between the Church office and constituents, personal and political acquaintances, and other government offices (except the Senate) on a wide variety of topics. The same issues may also be filed under a specific heading. General Senate is intra-Senate correspondence on upcoming or intended legislation.
Box
Folder
1 1 General -- Senate
Johnson, Lyndon B.; Davis, William P.; Sparkman, John J.; Knutson, Coya; Guthrie, A.B.; Monroney, A.S. Mike; O'Brien, Thomas J.; Kennedy, John F.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.
H.R.7168 Federal Construction Contract Procedures Act; S.434 Budget Estimates; H.R.8002 Budget Estimates; S.1411 Civilian Personnel National Security; H.C.R.175 Code of Ethics for Government Service; John Sparkman Speech On S.3194
Speech On S.3194 [Mar. 1958]
1956-1960
1 2 General -- Senate
Magnuson, Warren G.; Cooper, John Sherman; McClellan, John L.; Muskie, Edmund S.; Fulbright, J.W.; Goldwater, Barry M.; Carroll, John A.; Keating, Kenneth B.; Anderson, Clinton P.; Smith, Margaret Chase
S.1789 Freight Car Shortage; Audit of Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission, Nov. 1960; S.1585 Joint Committee On The Budget; S.153 Reorganization Act of 1949 Amended; Mutual Educational & Cultural Exchange Act of 1961; H.R.3690 Small Business Act; S.2554
1961
1 3 General
Humane Treatment of Laboratory Animals; Partoun Homesteaders S.3111; Wake Island Survivors
1961
1 4 General -- Senate
Smylie, Robert E.; Long, Russell B.; Boggs, J. Caleb; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Hayden, Carl; Kuchel, Thomas H.; Gruening, Ernest; Gore, Albert A., Sr.; Kefauver, Estes; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Hart, Philip A.; Baker, Robert G. (Bobby)
Urban Transit Bill; Senate Rules; S.Res.324 Senate Youth Program; H.R.11040 Space Communications Satellite Bill; Senate Rule Xxii Filibuster; H.R.12213 Particle Board Imports Amendment
1962
1 5 General -- Senate
Curtis, Carl T.
1963
1 6 General
Ottley, Earle B.
H.R.6041 Labor; H.R.7194 Jukebox; S.405 Record Copyright and Radio Broadcasting; National Federation of Independent Business; Ottley, Earle B. President, Legislature of The Virgin Islands
1963
1 7 General 1964
1 8 General -- Senate
Douglas, Paul H.; Brewster, Daniel B.; Gruening, Ernest; McGovern, George; Dirksen, Everett Mckinley; Smathers, George A.; Hartke, Vance; Cooper, John Sherman; Muskie, Edmund S.; Holland, Spessard L.; Ribicoff, Abraham; McClellan, John L.; Bartlett, E.L.
Council of Resource and Conservation Advisors; S.338 Income Tax Deductions for Mining Exploration; Reapportionment; S.2157 International Food and Nutrition Act of 1965; Senate Rules
1964
1 9 General
Kidwell, Wayne L.
Pornography; Private Pensions; Music Copyrights; Humane Treatment of Lab Animals; Anti-Communism; Memorial On Reapportionment From The Idaho Legislature
1965
1 10 General -- Senate
Curtis, Carl T.
S.2911 Tariff Act 1930; S.Con.Res.81 5th Anniversary of The Peace Corps; Honoring Truman's 82nd Birthday; S.3187 Fair Warning Act; Auto Safety; Direct Election of The President & Vice-President; S.3730 Foreign Service Information Officer Corps; H
1966
1 10 General -- Senate
Griffin, Robert P.; Proxmire, William; Long, Russell B.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.; Pell, Claiborne; Murphy, George; Truman, Harry S.; Brewster, Daniel B.
Report: "Economic & Legal Problems of The Government Patent Agencies", Before Select Committee On Small Business
1966
1 11 General
Engelking, D.F.; Teater, Patricia
Proposed Vice-Presidential Manson; Truth In Packaging and Labelling S.985; Colorado River Diversion; Wilderness Act; Incentive Pay Increases for Armed Forces Dentists H.R.14622; Organizational Conspiracy Act; Friday Night Broadcasts of Pro Football
1966
1 12 General
Dominick, Peter H.
S.6 Oahe Unit Missouri River, South Dakota; S.18 Small Tax Division of Tax Court; S.2275 Truth In Lending Act; S.1674 Geothermal Steam Act; S.3616 Uniform Time Act; S.3598 Tax Credit for Pollution Control
1967 January
1 12 General
Mondale, Walter F.; Allott, Gordon; Magnuson, Warren G.; Bayh, Birch; Randolph, Jennings; Cooper, John Sherman; Harris, Fred R.; McGovern, George; Carlson, Frank; Tydings, Joseph D.; Bartlett, E.L.
1967 January
1 13 General
McGovern, George; Moss, Frank E.; Ribicoff, Abraham; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Bartlett, E.L.; Gruening, Ernest; McClellan, John L.; Holland, Spessard L.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.; Bayh, Birch; Tydings, Joseph D.; McCarthy, Eugene J.; Ke
Equal Rights Amendment
1967 February
1 14 General
Church, John R.; Salter, Robert L.; Powell, Adam Clayton
18 Year-Old Vote; Daylight Saving Time; Consular Treaty; Adam Clayton Powell Scandal
1967 February
1 15 General -- Senate
Dominick, Peter H.; Brewster, Daniel B.
Legislative Reorganization Act; Consular Treaty
1967 March
1 16 General
Oboler, Eli M.; Roper, Elmo
S.325 National Eye Institute; Legislative Reorganization Act; Veterans Affairs; "Great Society" Programs; Federal Retirement and Pay
1967 March
2 1 General -- Senate
Dominick, Peter H.
1967 April
2 2 General
Federal Employees; Against The "Great Society" Programs; S.679 Federal Subsidies To Health Workers' Salaries
1967 April
2 3 General -- Senate
Dodd, Thomas J.; Brewster, Daniel B.; Smith, Margaret Chase; Gruening, Ernest; Hart, Philip A; Byrd, Robert C.; Smathers, George A.; Proxmire, William; Kennedy, Robert F.; Bayh, Birch; Tydings, Joseph D.; Moss, Frank E.; Jackson, Henry M.; Magnuson, Warr
Amendment of The Trade Expansion Act of 1962; S.1484 Small Business Crime Protection Insurance Act of 1967; Medical Supplies In Federal Stockpiles; Rehabilitation Demonstration Program; Supersonic Transport
1967 May
2 4 General
Hartke, Vance; Miller, Dryden M.; Hathaway, Stanley K.; Lorimer, Bob; Fisher, Vardis; Eccles, Marriner S.
Disability Benifits; S.113 Cost of Living Increase In Star-Route Contracts; Equal Rights Amendment; Firearms; Survivors of Guam and Cavite
1967 May
2 5 General -- Senate
Dodd, Thomas J.; Allott, Gordon; Tower, John G.; McGee, Gale; Ribicoff, Abraham; Moss, Frank E.; Kennedy, Edward M.
H.R.2508 Reapportionment
1967 June
2 6 General
Railroad Retirement; H.R.4706
1967 June
2 7 General -- Senate
Murphy, George; Hartke, Vance; Hayden, Carl; Bennett, George B.
1967 July
2 8 General -- Senate
Fannin, Paul J.; Smathers, George A.; Montoya, Joseph M.; Cooper, John Sherman; Hartke, Vance; Smith, Margaret Chase; Miller, Jack; Baker, Howard H., Jr.; Bennett, Wallace F.; Hollings, Ernest F.; Bartlett, E.L.; McClellan, John L.
S.23 Geothermal Steam Act; Election Reform Act; S.2134 Rural Job Development Act; S.2300 Business and Employment Preferences Government Contractors; H.R.2155 Amendment (Re S.1796 Textile Bill)
1967 August
2 9 General
Chandler, Earl F.; Samuelson, Don; Davis, True
Monday Holidays; 10% Increase In Income Tax; Panama Canal
1967 August
2 10 General
Javits, Jacob K.; Montoya, Joseph M.; Randolph, Jennings; McGovern, George; Tydings, Joseph D.; Young, Stephen M.; Brooke, Edward W.; Gruening, Ernest; Magnuson, Warren G.; Thurmond, Strom; Harris, Fred R.
S. 2394 Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act; S.1880 Election Reform Act of 1967; S. 2380 Amend Economic Opportunity Amendments; S. 774, H.R. 845construct Nebraska Mid-State Division, Missouri River Basin Project
1967 September
2 11 General
Nagle, John F.; Trenhaile, Stanley I.; Samuelson, Don; Comstock, Ralph J., Jr.; Bianco, Joseph
Alcohol Advertising On Television; Undergraduate Social Work Education
1967 September
2 12 General -- Senate
Tydings, Joseph D.; Smathers, George A.; Proxmire, William; McCarthy, Eugene J.; Clark, Joseph S.; Prouty, Winston L.; Fulbright, J.W.; Javits, Jacob K.; Percy, Charles H.
S. Res. 151 Definition of "National Commitment"; S. Con. Res. 47 U.N. Peacekeeping and Peacemaking
1967 October
2 13 General
Samuelson, Don; Hartung, Ernest W.; McClary, James D.
H.R. 6418 Public Health Service Act; Unemployment Compensation; Alcohol Advertising On Television
1967 October
2 14 General -- Senate
Dominick, Peter H.
1967 November
2 15 General
Macfarlane, Robert W.; Oboler, Eli M.
Alcohol Advertising On Television; Auto Liability Insurance; Driver's Licences
1967 November
2 16 General -- Senate
Mansfield, Mike; Magnuson, Warren G.; Samuelson, Don
Railroad Merger Amendment of 1967 To Interstate Commerce Act; Truth In Lending H.R. 11601
1967 December
2 17 General
Samuelson, Don; Murphy, Arthur P.; Shadduck, Louise
Election Reform; Film Classification S.R. 9; Depletion Allowance; Tax Increase 10% Surtax; Door-To-Door Sales Act S. 1599; H.R. 5745 Flag Day
1968 January-March
2 18 General -- Senate
Proxmire, William; McGee, Gale; Nelson, Gaylord; Ribicoff, Abraham; Clark, Joseph S.; Tower, John G.; Byrd, Harry F., Jr.; Javits, Jacob K.; Mondale, Walter F.; Hart, Philip A.; Brooke, Edward W.; Montoya, Joseph M.; Mansfield, Mike; Hayden, Carl; Fulbri
S. 2170 Uniformed Services Retirement Pay Equalization Act; S.2936 Amend Social Security Act...Coverage of Certain Drugs; H.R.15414 Balance of Payments and Domestic Economy Act of 1968; S. J. Res -- Freedom Sunday; S. 2857 Gold Reserves and Currency
1968 January-March
2 19 General -- Senate
Scott, Hugh; Brooke, Edward W.; McGovern, George; Hart, Philip A.; Murphy, George; Young, Stephen M.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.; Moss, Frank E.; Dirksen, Everett Mckinley; Hill, Lister; Nelson, Gaylord; Harris, Fred R.; Percy, Charles H.; Javits, Jacob K.; Reus
Amendments To 1964 Civil Rights Act; Hill-Burton Program; S.J. Res. 94 Crime; S.3633 Control of Interstate Traffic In Firearms; P.L.901618 Gun Control Act of 1968; August Review of The 1968 Budget
1968 April-December
3 1 General
Samuelson, Don; Jordan, Len B.; Thornton, L. H.; Mills, Warner C.; Long, Russell B.
Film Rating S.R. 9; Door-To-Door Sales Act S. 1599; Race Riots and Inner City Problems; School Lunch Program H.R. 15398; Benefits for World War I Veterans H.R. 14635; Proposal for War Profits Tax; Many øBallots' From National "Write Your Congressman" Clu
1968 April-May
3 2 General
Yarmolinsky, Adam; Day, Henry L.; Samuelson, Don
"Hunger In America", CBS Documentary; Guaranteed Annual Income; S.927 Interstate Commerce Act; Mutual Funds S.3724; Door-To-Door Sales Act S.1599 Consumer Sales Proection Act; "Discriminatory State Taxation of Interstate Carriers"; Commerce Commission Re
1968 June-July
3 3 General
Yost, Max; Mcnary, James D.; Kennedy, Robert F.
House Unamerican Activities Committee H.R. 148; 18 Year Old Vote; Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy; Weed Control On Federal Lands S. 2671; Tax On Income Derived From Advertisements In Professional Journals H.R. 2767; Executive Orders; Wake Island
1968 July-September
3 4 General
Church, John R.; Wickberg, Ralph W.; Shepard, Allan G.; Skoro, Tony
Monday Holiday Law; Door-To-Door Sales Act S.1559; Crime Bill P.L. 90-351; Copyright Revision S.2216, S.597; Military Retirement Pay; Daylight Saving Time H.R. 14680; Vitamins and Food Supplements H.R. 11837; Postal Employees Union S. 341; Tax Ex
1968 October #1
3 5 General
Valenti, Jack; Oboler, Eli M.; Miles, Florence M.; Ravenscroft, Vernon F.; Silva, John D.; McClary, James D.; Troutner, Arthur L.; Rogers, J. H.; Samuelson, Don; Beck, Richard J.; Wickberg, Ralph W.
Occupational Safety and Health Act S.2864; Internal Security Act of 1968 S.2988; Copyright Revision S.597, S.2216; Vehicle Width and Weight Limitations S.2658; Nursing Education S.3095; Expanded National Airport and Airway System S.3641; S.1401
1968 October #2
3 6 General 1968 October #3
3 7 General
Motion Picture Rating; Truth-In-Lending; Occupational Safety and Health Act S.2864; Military Retirement Pay
1968 November-December
3 8 General -- Senate
Montoya, Joseph M.; Goldwater, Barry M.; Harris, Fred R.; Dirksen, Everett Mckinley; McGovern, George; Rigby, Ray W.; Inouye, Daniel K.; Bennett, Wallace F.; Tydings, Joseph D.; Jordan, B. Everett; Hatfield, Mark O.; Smith, Margaret Chase; Hughes, Harold
S.14 National Foundation for The Social Sciences; Prayer In Public Buildings; National Economic Conversion Commission; S.413 Cooperative Rural Fire Protection Act; S.Res.167 Authorizing A Speech Reinforcement System for US Senate Chamber; Department of P
1969 January-June
3 9 General
Gipson, Gordon; Hayes, William F.; Church, John R.; Mitchell, Mike P.
Prayer In Public Buildings and Schools; Department of Peace S.4019; Census Questions for 1970; Internal Security Act of 1950 Title II Emergency Detention Act Repeal By S.1872; Fairness In Franchising S.1967; Decent Literature; Japanese-American Citizen
1969 January-July
3 10 General -- Senate
Case, Clifford P.
S.2632 White House Conference On Popultion Growth and Family Planning; H.R.11271 Nasa Appropriations; Extension of West Front of Capitol; S.2893 Amend 74 Stat.220 Preservation of Historical and Archeological Data Construction of A Dam
1969 July
3 11 General
Samuelson, Don; Hersey, John; Macinnes, Helen; Shirer, William L.; Stout, Rex; Weidman, Jerome; Wouk, Herman; Passmore, Luther I.; Jackson, Melvin W.
Population Growth; Fairness In Franchising S.1967; Truck Length and Weight Limits H.R.11870; American War Mothers H.R.740; Bank Holding Companies H.R.6778 Banks In Travel and Insurance; Copyright Law Re: Photcopying; S.3042 Nuclear Energy for Exc
1969 July-December
3 12 General
Rathven, Carl Henry; Elsensohn, M. Alfreda
Attorney's Fees for Shipping Claims S.1653; Fannin Amendment To Tax Bill H.R.13270; National Endowment for The Arts
1970 January-April
4 1 General
Miller, Richard D.; Cerveney, Walter; Skyrm, Richard D.; Ross, Charles; Gabbard, James H.; Davidson, Fern Nolte; Bible, Alan; Swanson, Earl H.
S.721 Unsolicited Credit Cards; National Endowment for The Arts; Equal Rights Amendment; Congressional Pay Raise; Prayer In Public Schools; Prayer By Astronauts; S.2893 Antiquities Act
1970 May-August
4 2 General -- Senate
Case, Clifford P.; Curtis, Carl T.
S.1520 Neswspaper Preservation Act; S.1993 Promote Public Confidence In Government; H.R.14944 Executive Protective Service; Senator's Office Employees; Exceptions To Disclosure "Newsman's Privilege Act of 1970"; Exemption of Baseball From Anti-Trust;
1970 May-December
4 2 General -- Senate
Congressional Pay Raise; S.844 Improve The Operation of Legislative Branch; Abolish Seniority System; S.3807 "Ethnic Heritage Studies Centers Act of 1970"; S.Res.-- Declare Ukranian Independence Day; S.3619 Federal Disaster Programs
1970 May-December
4 3 General
Equal Rights Amendment; H.R.19333 & S.2348 Protection of Securities Investors; National Woman's Party
1970 September-December
4 4 General -- Senate
Scott, Hugh; Inouye, Daniel K.; Hruska, Roman L.; Mondale, Walter F.; Montoya, Joseph M.; Bellmon, Henry; Hansen, Clifford P.; Byrd, Robert C.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Baker, Howard H., Jr.; Cook, Marlow W.; Hartke, Vance; Stevenson, Adlai E. III; McGovern,
S.4453 Department of Science and Technology Act of 1970; Federal Appropriations Reform Act; S.J.Res.32 Prayer In Public Buildings; Marigold As National Floral Symbol; S.1064 Youth Participation Act of 1971; Comprehensive Child Development
1971 January-June
4 4 General -- Senate
Metcalf, Lee; Harris, Fred R.; Brock, William E.; Kennedy, Edward M.; Cranston, Alan; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.; Pearson, James B.; Percy, Charles H.; Young, Milton R.
S.646 Limited Copyright In Sound Recordings; Transfer of Funds Among Office Accounts; Ombudsman Experimentation Act; S.C.R.27 Termination of National Emergency; S.1311 Newsmen's Privilege Act; Full Opportunity Act
1971 January-June
4 5 General
Tonning, Merrill D.
Break Up of El Paso Natural Gas and Pacific Northwest Pipeline; Congressional Pay Raise; S.117 National Hunting and Fishing Day; Corps of Engineers' Projects; Copyright On Music and Sound Recordings; Golden Eagle Pass
1971 January-April
4 6 General
Troutner, Arthur L.; Fauntroy, Walter E.; Brooke, Edward W.
Funding of Cancer Research; S.34 Conquest of Cancer Act; Golden Eagle Pass; National Endowment for The Arts and Humanities; Metric System; Home Rule for District of Columbia; Monday Holiday Law
1971 May-October
4 7 General -- Senate
Dole, Robert; Byrd, Robert C.; Bayh, Birch; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Hatfield, Mark O.; Mcintyre, Thomas J.; McClellan, John L.; Tower, John G.; Thurmond, Strom; Hruska, Roman L.; Mansfield, Mike; Scott, Hugh; Kennedy, Edward M.; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.
Disaster Relief Act of 1970; S.2290 Establish A Joint Committee On National Security; S.J.R.117 National Hunting and Fishing Day; "Appreciate America Day"; Incorporate Junior Achievement Inc.; Compile Unemployment Statistics for Spanish-Speaking American
"of Presidents and Caesars" April 30, 1970
1971 July-December
4 8 General
H.J.R.191 School Prayer Amendment; Congressional Pay Raise; Monday Holiday Law
1971 November-December
4 9 General -- Senate
Dole, Robert; Tower, John G.; Cranston, Alan; Smith, Margaret Chase; Baker, Howard H., Jr.; Brock, William E.; Scott, Hugh; Mansfield, Mike; Mondale, Walter F.; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Hollings, Ernest F.; Harris, Fred R.; Cook, Marlow W.; Won Pat, Antonio
S.J.Res.192 Attendance of Senators and Representatives At Sessions of Congress; Establish A Federal-State Legislative Council; H.R.11589 Foreign Sale of Certain Passenger Vessels; West Front of Capitol; S.32 National Science Policy and Priorities Act of
1972 January-December
4 9 General -- Senate
Proxmire, William; Gravel, Mike; Thurmond, Strom; Ellender, Allen J.
S.1407 Sawtooth National Recreation Area, May 11, 1972; S.1315 Ocean Mammal Protection Act of 1971; Provide Grants for Allen J. Ellender Fellowships; Establish A National Amateur Sports Foundation; Foreign Sale of Certain Passenger Vessels
1972 January-December
4 10 General
Crippen, H.V.; Andrus, Cecil D.; McClary, James D.; Phair, Walter T.
Monday Holidays; Space Shuttle; School Prayer; National Secretaries Week; H.R.11589 Foreign Sale of Certain Passenger Vessels
"From The President Who Brought You No Farm Message" December 2, 1971; "The State of The Elderly" February 7, 1972
1972 January-April
4 11 General
18 Year Old Vote; Copyright; Death Penalty; Bicentennial; National Governors' Conference 1972
1972 May-August
4 12 General
Automobile Emissions & Pollution; H.R.12807 Architectural and Engineering Services for The Federal Government
1972 September-December
5 1 General -- Senate
Ervin, Sam J., Jr.; Schweiker, Richard S.; Scott, Hugh; Chiles, Lawton; Packwood, Bob; Kennedy, Edward M.; Bartlett, Dewey F.; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Roth, William V., Jr.; Cook, Marlow W.; Tunney, John V.; Hart, Philip A.; Byrd, Robert C.; Mansfiel
Impoundment Procedures Bill; Amend Rule Xxvii of Standing Rules; Sunshine Act; Enforce "Speech Or Debate" Clause of Constitution; Amend Rule Xxx; S.2510 Office of Federal Procurement Policy; S.1018 National Commission On The Olympic Games; S.J.R.117 Desi
1973 January-December
5 1 General -- Senate
Mcintyre, Thomas J.; Inouye, Daniel K.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Thurmond, Strom; Gravel, Mike; Brock, William E.; Pearson, James B.; Pell, Claiborne; Haskell, Floyd K.; Taft, Robert, Jr.; Metcalf, Lee; Brooks, Jack; Nelson, Gaylord
Federal Appropriations Reform Act; S.R.89 Rules of The Senate; S.J.R.24 National Hunting and Fishing Day; S.1260 Daylight Saving Time On A Year Around Basis; Weather Modification Regulation Act of 1973
1973 January-December
5 2 General
Wilson, Arthur
Federal Spending; Energy Crisis; Economic Aid To North Vietnam; Condemnation of Private Land In Hells Canyon; Amnesty for Draft Resisters Or Deserters; Vocational Rehabilitation
"Congress Must Reassert Itself", Originally Published In Newsday, Reprinted In Lewiston Tribune, January 21, 1973
1973 January-March
5 3 General
Moss, Frank E.; Park, W. Anthony
US Involvement In Vietnam; Aid To North Vietnam; Taxes; Gasoline Rationing; Energy Crisis; West Front of Capitol; FC's Courthouse Tour; American Revolution Bicentennial Commission; Abortion; F.D.A. and Food Supplements; Daylight Saving Time; Amnesty for Dr
1973 April-June
5 4 General
Park, W. Anthony; Jacoby, Ed; Shapp, Milton J.; Janss, William C.; Barnes, John B.; Andrus, Cecil D.
Amateur Athletic Act of 1973 S.2365; Amnesty for Draft Resisters Or Deserters; Congressional Pay Raise; Occupational Safety and Health Act; Daylight Saving Time S.1260; Gun Control; Watergate; Fire Prevention and Control Act of 1973 S.1769
1973 July-October
5 5 General
Leahy, Richard; Leahy, Margaret; Nixon, Richard M.
Wilderness Designation; Energy Crisis; Oil Companies; Daylight Saving Time Year-Round; Watergate; Impeachment of Nixon; Articles From Overdrive Magazine
1973 November-December
5 6 General
Montgomery, Robert L.; Huskey, Darryl; Knight, Gladys; Yensen, Art; Smith, Dick; Neider, C. W.; Ravenscroft, Vernon F.; Nixon, Richard M.; Dominick, Peter H.
Daylight Saving Time; Congressional Pay Increase; Church-Dominick Amendment; Energy Crisis; Occupational Safety and Health Act; Watergate; Nixon's Impeachment; Rail Service In Southwest Idaho; Amtrak; Monday Holidays; Oil Company Profits; Lieu-Lands
1974 January-March
5 7 General
Andrus, Cecil D.; Smith, Lyle; Reilly, Terry; Nixon, Richard M.
Amateur Athletics; Daylight Saving Time; Monday Holidays; Elderly; Social Security; No-Fault Insurance; Food Supplements; FDA; Nixon; National Day of Humiliation, Fasting, and Prayer
1974 April-July
5 8 General
Bateman, Linden B.; Rampton, Calvin L.; Anderson, Robert B.; Mitgang, Herbert; Hersey, John; Sondheim, Stephen; Wouk, Herman; Janeway, Elizabeth; Weidman, Jerome; Nixon, Richard M.
Occupational Safety and Health Act; Gun Control; Abortion; Federal Excess Property Program; Elderly; Social Security; Daylight Saving Time; Nixon's Pardon
1974 August-October
5 9 General
Decker, Floyd
Commision On Federal Paperwork S.3911; S.J.R.46/H.J.R.672 Hobby Month; Veterans Day On November 11; Idaho's Democratic Voice, November 25, 1974
1974 November-December
5 10 General -- Senate
Domenici, Pete V.; Pastore, John O.; Bentsen, Lloyd; Brock, William E.; Proxmire, William; Chiles, Lawton; Montoya, Joseph M.; Javits, Jacob K.; Percy, Charles H.; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Muskie, Edmund S.; Symington, Stuart; Mondale, Walter F.; Goldwater,
S.Res.257 Germane Amendments; S.3006 Require..."Fiscal Note" Indicating Cost of Proposals; S.3311 Simplified Procedures In Procurement; Daylight Saving Time; Amendment To Reduce Federal Expenditures
1974 January-December
5 10 General -- Senate
McGovern, George; Clark, Dick; Hatfield, Mark O.; Hathaway, William D.; Hollings, Ernest F.
1974 January-December
5 11 General -- Senate
Domenici, Pete V.; Packwood, Bob; Beall, J. Glenn, Jr.; Buckley, James L.; Inouye, Daniel K.; Curtis, Carl T.; Montoya, Joseph M.; McGee, Gale
1975 January-April
5 11 General -- Senate
Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.; Abourezk, James S.; Moss, Frank E.; Stafford, Robert T.; Brock, William E.; Percy, Charles H.; Kennedy, Edward M.; Clark, Dick; Ribicoff, Abraham; Scott, William L.; Case, Clifford P.; Gravel, Mike; Nunn, Sam; Humphrey, Hubert
S.181 Financial Disclosure Bill; National Productivity Act of 1975; Returnable Beverage Container Act of 1975; S.1355 National Youth Political Participation Act; S.Res.109 Senate Committee System
Statement To Public Works Subcommittee of Senate Comm. On Appropriations, [Undated]
1975 January-April
5 12 General
Hennings, Thomas C., Jr.
Gun Control; Oil Tariff; Gasoline Tax; Energy; Taxes; Church for President; Square Dance As National Folk Dance of US; Fuel Allocations for Ski Areas
1975 January-February
6 1 General
Church, John R.; Mink, Patsy T.
Handgun Ammunition; Gun Control; Land Use Planning; Consumer Product Safety Commission; S.1114/H.R.1716 Prisoner of War Camps; Wake Island Survivors
"Civilian P.O.W. Relief", In Senate, March 7, 1975
1975 March-April
6 2 General -- Senate
Stafford, Robert T.; Brock, William E.; Roth, William V., Jr.; Packwood, Bob; Scott, Hugh; Helms, Jesse; Bumpers, Dale; Buckley, James L.; Weicker, Lowell P., Jr.
1975 May-October
6 2 General -- Senate
Dole, Robert; Metcalf, Lee; Jackson, Henry M.; Johnston, J. Bennett; Fannin, Paul J.; Schweiker, Richard S.; Nelson, Gaylord; Hart, Gary; Hatfield, Mark O.; Rivlin, Alice M.; Thurmond, Strom; Hollings, Ernest F.; Muskie, Edmund S.; Burdick, Quentin N.; M
Ozone Preservation Act of 1975; S.Res.157 Senate Committee Chairmen; Congressional Right To Information Act; Official Residence of Vice President; S.1361 Public Broadcast of Copyrighted Material; Sunshine Act S.5; S.2404 Public Entertainment Activities
"A Show of Restraint", In Senate, September 1975
1975 May-October
6 2 General -- Senate
Domenici, Pete V.; Clark, Dick; Taft, Robert, Jr.; Allen, James B.; Chiles, Lawton; Moss, Frank E.; Leahy, Patrick J.; Kennedy, Edward M.; Bentsen, Lloyd; Griffin, Robert P.; Goldwater, Barry M.; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.; Mathias, Charles
S.2390 Federal Assistance Program Consolidation Act of 1975; S.2258 Effective Use of Tax Dollars; S.2407 Defense of Sovreign Immunity; S.2408 Federal Agencies More Responsive; New York City Financial Crisis; Beta Sigma Phi Week S.J.R.761/H.J.R. 517
1975 May-October
6 3 General
Cohen, David; Selby, Cecily C.
Copyrights of Sound Recordings; Panama Canal; Gun Control; Vietnamese Refugees; Soft Drink Franchising; S.298 Youth Camp Safety Act H.R.46; S.838 Navigable Waters; S.1111 Performance Rights Amendment of 1975; Fluorocarbons; Aerosol Cans and Depletion of
1975 May-July
6 4 General
Lenaghen, Robert; Hartung, Ernest W.; Decker, Floyd; Rawls, Wilson; Fisher, Opal; McClure, James A.
Congressional Pay; Government Pay; National Science Foundation; Public Broadcasting; Interstate Commerce Commission S.1235; Copyright & Unauthorized Duplication; Beta Sigma Phi Week; Sunshine Act S.5; Deep Creek Bridge, Boundry County; Senate Internal Se
1975 August
6 4 General
National Ski Patrol System S.1716/H.R.7239
1975 August
6 5 General
Lenaghen, Robert; Hartung, Ernest W.; Decker, Floyd; Rawls, Wilson; Fisher, Opal; McClure, James A.
Congressional Pay; Government Pay; National Science Foundation; Interstate Commerce Commission S.1235; Copyright Infringement; Beta Sigma Phi Week; Sunshine Act S.5; Deep Creek Bridge, Boundary County; Senate Internal Security; Youth Camp Safety Bill H.R
1975 September-August
6 6 General
Rhyne, Charles S.; Bright, Paul W.; Rodger, Ralph W.; Valenti, Jack
Financial Aid To New York City; Public Broadcasting; Repeal of The Fair Trade Law; Senate Internal Security; Youth Camp Safety Bill H.R.46; Beta Sigma Phi Week; 200-Mile Territorial Waters; Common Situs Picketing Bill H.R.5900; Daylight Savings Time
"Long-Range Funding for Public Broadcasting", Report On S.2548
1975 November
6 7 General
Jordan, Katherine M.; Oboler, Eli M.; Parry, Atwell; Bonachea, Rolando
Youth Camp Safety Bill S.46; Debt Collection Practices H.R.10191; Child and Family Service Act H.R.2966/S.626; Federal Spending; Atlantic Union Resolution; Copyright Infingement; Closure of Census Records To Genealogists H.R.2556
1975 December
6 8 General -- Senate
Tunney, John V.; McGovern, George; Cranston, Alan; Hansen, Clifford P.; Haskell, Floyd K.; Gravel, Mike; Curtis, Carl T.
1975 November-December
6 8 General -- Senate
Leahy, Patrick J.; Dole, Robert; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Biden, Joseph R., Jr.; Fannin, Paul J.; Hart, Philip A.; Nelson, Gaylord; Chiles, Lawton; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Jackson, Henry M.; Javits, Jacob K.; Roth, William V., Jr.; Baker, H
Regulatory Reform Act; Regulatory Policy Oversight Act of 1975; Genocide Convention; S.2098 Federal Conflict of Interest Act; 200 Mile Limit S.961; Fishing Rights
1975 November-December
6 9 General -- Senate
Dole, Robert; Tunney, John V.; Thurmond, Strom; Abourezk, James S.; Kennedy, Edward M.; Pell, Claiborne; Edmondson, Ed; Hart, Gary; Bartlett, Dewey F.; Stevens, Ted; Magnuson, Warren G.; Inouye, Daniel K.; Proxmire, William; Morgan, Robert
1976 January-April
6 9 General -- Senate
Byrd, Robert C.; Percy, Charles H.; Mcintyre, Thomas J.; Beall, J. Glenn, Jr.; Brock, William E.; Buckley, James L.; Domenici, Pete V.; Fannin, Paul J.; Garn, Jake; Hansen, Clifford P.; Helms, Jesse; McClure, James A.; Taft, Robert, Jr.; Javits, Jacob K.
S.2812 Regulatory Reform Act of 1976; Copyright, S.22 Jukebox Royalty Amendment; Small Business; S.2994 Outdoor Advertising Displays Income Tax; S.3318 Federal Agency Pilot Termination and Reviewing Act of 1976
1976 January-April
6 10 General
Gun Control; Panama Canal; S.626 Child and Family Services Act; Aid To New York City; Federal Regulations; S.422 Youth Camp Safety Act; S.1795 Balanced Growth and Economic Planning Act; H.R. Close Census Records To Genealogists; Senate Internal Security
1976 January #1
6 11 General
S.931 Television Pornography; S.283 Voluntary Prayer In Any Public School; H.R.10686 Census Records; S.439 Lewiston-Clarkston Bridge; S.626/H.R.2966 Child and Family Services Act; S.422 Youth Camp Safety Act; Tax Deductions for Charitable Contributions;
1976 January #2
6 12 General
Lodge, Edward; Crawford, Eugene R.; Eyring, Henry B.
Child and Family Services Act; S.422 Youth Camp Safety Act; Religious Broadcasting; Gun Control; Abortion; H.R.2556 Census Records
1976 February #1
6 13 General
Barnes, John B.; Valenti, Jack
Youth Camp Safety Act; Tax Reform Act; Charitable Contributions; Child and Family Services Act; Gun Control; Senate Internal Security; Panama Canal; CIA Investigation; S.22 Copyright; Central Intelligence Agency;
1976 February #2
7 1 General
Kunotz, David J.
S.6261 Child and Family Services Act; Gun Control; Daylight Saving Time; S.422 Youth Camp Safety Act; Charitable Contributions; Atlantic Union Resolution; Post Office; Census Records and Genealogical Research; Equal Rights Amendment; Welfare Abuses
1976 March #1
7 2 General
Eardley, Richard R.; Storey, Donald M.; Deckard, Jerry; Yamamoto, Duane; Eld, Ray; Eaton, Cyrus S.; Pedersen, S. Eddie
Beta Sigma Phi Week; Internal Security Subcommittee; Congressional Pay Raise; Census Records Open After 75 Years; Daylight Saving Time; Civil Defense; S.J.Res.43 Marigold As The National Floral Emblem
1976 March
7 3 General
Tracy, Mary Terese; Winkler, John C.
Child and Family Services Act; Minimum Wage; Frank Church Presidential Bid; Opposition To S.1284; S.2816 Railroad Retirement Act of 1974; Panama Canal; Liberty Amendment; Senate Internal Security Subcommittee
1976 April
7 4 General -- Senate
Magnuson, Warren G.; McClure, James A.; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Hansen, Clifford P.
S.R.-- Conference Committee Reform; Staff Report: An Analysis of The Future Landsat Effort
1976 May-December
7 4 General -- Senate
Mansfield, Mike; Scott, Hugh; Boggs, Lindy; Allen, Clifford; Hartke, Vance; Scott, William L.; Kennedy, Edward M.; Clark, Dick; Stafford, Robert T.; Metcalf, Lee; Ribicoff, Abraham; Percy, Charles H.; Javits, Jacob K.; Bayh, Birch; Biden, Joseph R., Jr.
S.-- Congressional Cemetery; H.R.13683 Breakup Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; Agenda for Government Reform Act; S.3192 Consumer Communications Reform Act of 1975; S.2477 Lobbying Disclosure Act of 1976;
1976 May-December
7 5 General
Senate Internal Security Subcommittee; Child and Family Services; National Endowment for The Arts; Byrd Amendment; Rhodesian Chrome; Youth Camp Safety Act; Census Records Open for Research
1976 May-June
7 6 General
Surplus Government Property Sec.514 of Public Works Act; Teton Dam; Youth Safety Act; Parcel Post Subsidies; Census Records Open To Researchers
1976 July
7 7 General
Barnes, John B.; Treinen, Sylvester
Youth Camp Safety Act; Child and Family Services Act; Genocide Treaty; Postcard Voter Registration; Intelligence Agencies; Liberty Amendment H.J.R.23
1976 August-December
7 8 General -- Senate
Pell, Claiborne; Hathaway, William D.; Muskie, Edmund S.; Mcintyre, Thomas J.; Huddleston, Walter D.; Nunn, Sam; Roth, William V., Jr.; Curtis, Carl T.; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Proxmire, William; Kennedy, Edward M.; Byrd, Robert C.; Percy, Charles H.; Dole,
Delivery Benefits Checks; S.1341 200 Mile Pollution Contol Zone; S.3476 George W. Norris Home National Historical Site; S.22 First Amendment Clarification Act of 1977 Re: Radio/Tv Broadcasting; Education In Science and Engineering; S.J.R.-- Line Item V
1977 January-March
7 8 General -- Senate
Mondale, Walter F.; Laxalt, Paul; Bayh, Birch; Javits, Jacob K.; Brooke, Edward W.; Schweiker, Richard S.; Glenn, John
Opportunities for Adoption Act; S.R.-- Tribute To Alex Haley; S.945 Recombinant Dna Standards Act of 1977
1977 January-March
7 9 General
Sugar Market; Pay Raise for Government Officials; H.R.48 and H.J.R.4 Internal Security Committees
1977 January-March
7 10 General -- Senate
Mcintyre, Thomas J.; Burdick, Quentin N.; Chaffee, John H.; Johnston, J. Bennett; Scott, William L.; Glenn, John; Ribicoff, Abraham; Percy, Charles H.; Muskie, Edmund S.; Goldwater, Barry M.; Bayh, Birch
1977 April-August
7 10 General -- Senate
Wallop, Malcolm; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.; Huddleston, Walter D.; Schweiker, Richard S.; Carter, Jimmy; Nelson, Gaylord; Allen, James B.; Proxmire, William; Leahy, Patrick J.; Jackson, Henry M.; Stone, Richard; Chiles, Lawton; Abourezk, James S.; Hatfi
S.-- American Folklife Preservation Act; S.J.R.59 Rose As National Floral Emblem; Speech: Paul Laxalt, June 9, 1977
1977 April-August
7 11 General
Government Pay Raise; Youth Camp Safety Act; Right-To-Work; S.59 Monthly Tax Withholding
1977 April
7 12 General
Manning, Darrell V.; Trombley, Gordon C.; Sellars, Carroll H.; Linowitz, Sol M.
S.258 and H.R.1326 Child and Youth Camp Safety Act; Equal Rights Amendment; Panama Canal; Federal Pay Raise; Consumer Protection Agency; President's Energy Proposal; S.892 Areawide Planning; S.1072 and H.R.5400 Voter Registration; S.407 Prisoner-of-War C
"Civilian Pow Relief" In Senate, January 24, 1977
1977 May-June
8 1 General Correspondence
Wells, Merle W.
S.1262-Consumer Protection Agency; Panama Canal; Emergency Medical Service In National Forests; Equal Rights Amendment; S.1072-Voter Registration; Metric System; Gasoline Conservation
1977 July-August
8 1 General
Wells, Merle W.
Consumer Protection Agency S.1262; Panama Canal; Emergency Medical Service In National Forests; Equal Rights Amendment; Voter Registration S.1072; Minimum Wage; Metric Systemn; Gasoline Conservation
1977 July-August
8 2 General -- Senate
Eagleton, Thomas F.; Weicker, Lowell P., Jr.; Leahy, Patrick J.; Pepper, Claude; Anderson, Wendell R.; Randolph, Jennings; Dole, Robert; Stafford, Robert T.
Washington, DC Convention Center; S.Res.-- Commission On Domestic and International Hunger and Malnutrition; S.1487 Racketeering In Cigarettes
1977 September-December
8 3 General
Lance, Bert
Panama Canal; Gospel Hump Wilderness; Energy Costs and Policies; Minimum Wage; Electric Utility Rates
1977 September-December
8 4 General
Bergland, Bob; Jacoby, Ed
Metric System; Abortion; Equal Rights Amendment; Panama Canal; Displaced Homemakers Act; Child Care; International Women's Year; National Labor Relations Act
1977 November-December
8 5 General -- Senate
Heinz, H. John III; Proxmire, William; Lugar, Richard G.; Danforth, John C.; Nunn, Sam; Stone, Richard; Bentsen, Lloyd; Burdick, Quentin N.; Long, Russell B.; Hayakawa, S.I.; Hatfield, Paul; Inouye, Daniel K.; Curtis, Carl T.; Garn, Jake; Hodges, Kaneast
1978 January-December
8 5 General -- Senate
Humphrey, Muriel; Abourezk, James S.; Riegle, Donald W., Jr.; Hollings, Ernest F.; Anderson, Wendell R.; Muskie, Edmund S.; Cannon, Howard W.; Jackson, Henry M.; Schmitt, Harrison
1978 January-December
8 5 General -- Senate
Moynihan, Daniel P.; Roth, William V., Jr.; Byrd, Robert C.; Percy, Charles H.; Ribicoff, Abraham; Hathaway, William D.; Fauntroy, Walter E.; Brzezinski, Zbigniew; Stevens, Ted; Chaffee, John H.; Haskell, Floyd K.; Leahy, Patrick J.; McGovern, George; Ne
S.600-"Regulatory Reform Act of 1977"; S.-- Regulatory Control Act; S.R.-- To Express The Sense of The Senate...Baseball Team In Washington, DC; Fair Employment Relations Act
1978 January-December
8 6 General
Abortion; Japanese Internment H.R.9471
1978 January-February
8 6 General
Deckard, Jerry; Eardley, Richard R.; Eld, Ray; Storey, Donald M.; Yamoto, Duane
H.R.1289 Regarding The Reformed Calendar; S.993 Perpetual Calendar; Displaced Homemakers H.R.28; National Labor Relations Act; Panama Canal; Private Vs. Public Schools S.B.2142; Labor Unions S.1883; M-1 Rifle Sales; Postal Service H.R.7700; Equal Right
1978 January-February
8 7 General
Lechelt, R.K.; Gibb, Richard D.
National Labor Relations Act; Abortion; Office for Consumer Representation H.R.9718; Tax Credits for Elementary Tuition; Impact Aid To Schools P.C.874; Veterans Administration Budget; Equal Rights Amendment; Panama Canal; Child Care Legislation; Gun Cont
1978 March
8 8 General
Federal Employees In National Guard
1978 April
8 8 General
Panama Canal; Metric Conversion; Consumer Advocacy S.1262; National Labor Relations Act; Equal Rights Amendment; Abortion; M-1 Rifle Sales; Impact Aid; Displaced Homemakers Act; Head Start; Follow Through; Tuition Tax Credit; International Women's Yea
1978 April
8 9 General
Carter, Jimmy
Panama Canal; Right-To-Work; Gun Control; National Labor Relations Act; Equal Rights Amendment; Impact Aid P.C.874; Funding for Vocational Education; President Carter's Tax Proposals; World Peace Tax Fund H.R.4897/S.880
1978 May #1
8 10 General 1978 May #2
8 11 General
Evans, John V.; Oboler, Eli M.
World Peace Tax Fund Bill S.800; Panama Canal Treaties; Gun Control; National Labor Relations Act; Equal Rights Amendment; Reorganization of Emergency Preparedness Programs; Proposition 13
1978 June-July
8 12 General
Equal Rights Amendment; Tuition Tax Credit for Elementary Schools S.B.2142; Wilderness; Panama Canal
1978 August
8 13 General
Equal Rights Amendment; Hart Senate Office Building; National Labor Relations Act; National Opinion Poll; Wilderness; Public Works Bill Veto
1978 September-October
9 1 General
Hyman, Sidney
Firearms; Economics; Road Transportation; Abortion; Cloture; Senate Rules; Surface Transportation; Hart Senate Office Building
1978 November-December
9 2 General -- Senate
Jackson, Henry M.; Muskie, Edmund S.; Wallop, Malcolm; Baucus, Max; Ribicoff, Abraham; Domenici, Pete V.; Burdick, Quentin N.; Cranston, Alan; Lugar, Richard G.; Brooke, Edward W.; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.; Dole, Robert; Durkin, John A.; Armstrong, Wil
S.2- Sunset Act of 1978; Senate Rules; Hart Senate Office Building; S.-- Presidential Commission On National Service
1979
9 2 General -- Senate
Bradley, Bill; Kennedy, Edward M.; Sasser, Jim; Thurmond, Strom; Leahy, Patrick J.; Durenberger, David; Riegle, Donald W., Jr.; Johnston, J. Bennett; Chaffee, John H.; Proxmire, William; Inouye, Daniel K.; Hayakawa, S.I.; McClure, James A.; Matsunaga, Sp
1979
9 2 General -- Senate
Stafford, Robert T.; Randolph, Jennings; Moynihan, Daniel P.; Pell, Claiborne; Carter, Jimmy
1979
9 3 General
Chastain, R. M.
Cloture; Trucking Deregulation; Republic of China; Taiwan; Balancing The Federal Budget; Abortion; S.800 World Peace Tax Fund Act; Food and Drug Administration Saccharin Ban; Social Security; Wake Island Survivors; S.254 Prisoner of War Camps
Statement Introducing S.254, January 29, 1979; "The Defense of Wake Island", Inserts
1979 January-March
9 4 General
Dole, Robert; Byrd, Robert C.; Zorinsky, Edward
Gasoline Supply; Egyptian-Israeli Peace Treaty; Balanced Budget Amendment; Gasoline Rationing; Hatch Act; Abortion Rights; Carry-Over Basis Dole-Byrd-Zorinsky Amendment; Bibliography of Idaho Archaeology
1979 April
9 5 General
Amtrak; Windfall Profits Tax; Domestic Sugar Industry H.R.2172; Wheat-Oil Price Parity; School Prayer
News Release On Wheat-Oil Prices
1979 April
9 6 General
Inflation; Federal Spending; Hatch Act; Congressional Pay Raise; National Health Insurance; Federal Employee Retirement; Amtrak
1979 May-June
9 7 General
Federal Employee Pay; Gasoline Shortage; SALT II Treaty; Amtrak; Energy Crisis; Vietnamese Refugees; Federal Procurement Law S.5
1979 July-August
9 8 General
Civil Service Retirement; Abortion; Continuing Appropriations Resolution; Social Security; Gasohol; Iranian Hostage Situation; National Porcelain Art Month; Wilderness
1979 September-December
9 9 General -- Senate
Mitchell, George J.; Durkin, John A.; Chaffee, John H.; Thurmond, Strom; Bentsen, Lloyd; Talmadge, Herman E.; Gravel, Mike; Durenberger, David; Byrd, Robert C.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Johnston, J. Bennett; Culver, John C.; Ribicoff, Abraham; Jackson, Henry
1980
9 9 General -- Senate
Sasser, Jim; Tsongas, Paul E.; Cranston, Alan; Inouye, Daniel K.; Pryor, David; Chiles, Lawton; Dole, Robert; Stewart, Donald W.; Burdick, Quentin N.; Bayh, Birch; Baucus, Max; Cannon, Howard W.; Packwood, Bob; Roth, William V., Jr.; Eagleton, Thomas F.
S.Con.Res.125 American Federalism; S.J.Res.204 Convocation On American Federalism
1980
9 9 General -- Senate
Javits, Jacob K.; Metzenbaum, Howard M.; Riegle, Donald W., Jr.; Levin, Carl; Biden, Joseph R., Jr.; Boren, David L.; Bradley, Bill; Sarbanes, Paul S.; Danforth, John C.
1980
9 10 General
Wake Island Survivors
1980 January
9 11 General
National Porcelain Art Month; Social Security Disability Bill H.R.3236; Ftc Authorization Act S.1991; Energy Crisis; American History Month; Draft; Abortion; Church's Re-Election Campaign; Equal Rights Amendment
1980 February-March
9 12 General
Bermeosolo, Gary; Emery, Vern; Gratton, Bill
Gun Control; Monday Holidays; Family Protection Act S.1808; OSHA; Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan; Six-Day Mail Delivery; Social Security; Cuban Refugees; Abortion; Food Stamps; Oil and Gas Prices
1980 April-June
9 13 General
Luis, Juan; Wells, Merle W.
Cuban Refugees; Sage Brush Rebellion; White House Conference On The Family; Nuclear Energy; Payments-In-Lieu-of-Taxes Program; National Day of Prayer and Fasting; Iran Hostages; Church's Campaign; Wilderness
1980 July-December
Agriculture
Agriculture is a major facet of Idaho's economy and Church worked tirelessly for bills that would benefit his farm constituency. Sugar and potatoes, beef and dairy prices, disaster relief and soil conservation funding were perennial issues throughout his career. Irrigation and reclamation are other issues that surface again in the Public Works and Water Resources files. Also includes files pertaining to Alaska.
Box
Folder
10 1 ABM
Clark, Joseph S.
ABM
1967 November
10 2 ABM
Kennedy, Edward M.
ABM
1969
10 3 ABM 1969
10 4 ABM 1969
10 5 ABM
Reuther, Walter P.; Wimmer, Ed; Murphy, George; Cooper, John Sherman; Hart, Philip A.; Gravel, Mike; Symington, Stuart; Rickover, Hyman G.
Reinforcing Military Strength; ABM
1969
10 6 Aerojet Hydrogen Proposal
S.598 Erda
1975
10 7 Agriculture
Bailey, Reed; Russell, Richard B.; Ellender, Allen J.; Patton, James G.; Carlson, Frank; Martin, L.B.; Thye, Edward J.
S.1356 Monopoly In Meat Industry; S.646 Meat Marketing; H.R.12126 Foot and Mouth Disease; H.R.9521 Chemical Preservatives; S.778 Vegetables; S.1514 Vegetables
1957-1958
10 8 Agriculture
Public Law 480 Amendments/Hearings June 2, 3, 6, and 14, 1960
1959-1960
10 9 Agriculture
Trenhaile, Stanley I.; Goldberg, Arthur J.; Baker, J.A.; Hagen, Harlan; Freeman, Orville L.
1961
10 10 Agriculture
Freeman, Orville L.; Dworshak, Henry C.
Nationwide Study of Exports
1962 January-May
10 11 Agriculture
Proxmire, William; Kerr, Thomas; Harding, Ralph R.
H.R.-- Wheat Provisions of The Food and Agriculture Act of 1962; Irrigation
1962 June-December
10 12 Agriculture
Douglas, Paul H.
1963
10 13 Agriculture
McGee, Gale; Hawkes, Ronald M.; Gordon, Kermit; Johnson, Lyndon B.; Brady, N.C.; Holland, Spessard L.
Farm Programs; H.R.9284/S.2487 Remove Overtime Exemption On Perishable Fruits and Vegetables; Investigation of The Food Industry/Small Business
1964-1965
10 14 Agriculture
Oppenheimer, Arthur, Jr.; Lawson, Creighton F.
1966 January-June
10 15 Agriculture
Brewster, Daniel B.; Bertsch, Howard; Trenhaile, Stanley I.; Middlemist, Ed
S.3751 Natural Forest Lands
1966 July-December
10 16 Agriculture
Trenhaile, Stanley I.; Freeman, Orville L.; Potter, K.A.; Schnittker, John A.
S.109 Farm Marketing Bill; S.925 Strategic Stockpile of Silver
1967 January-April
10 17 Agriculture
Nelson, Gaylord; Miller, Neil J.
S.1897 Tariff On Mink Skins; H.R.10509 Appropriations Department of Agriculture; S.109 Marketing Rights Bill
1967 May-July
10 18 Agriculture
McGovern, George; Mouser, Cotys M.; Nelson, Gaylord; Freeman, Orville L.
S.2217 Honey Importes; S.752 Agriculture Co-Op Assoc; S.109 Marketing Rights Bill; S.562 Potato Labeling; S.612 Dairy Imports; S.1063 Canned and Frozen Onions; S.1025 Wheat; S.1322 Fair Farm Budget
1967 August
10 18 Agriculture
S.1588 Beef Imports; S.1423 Watershed Protection Act; S.1504 Consolidated Farmers Home Administration Act; Mink Imports;
1967 August
10 19 Agriculture
Farm Marketing Bill S.109
1967 September-December
11 1 Agriculture
Godfrey, H.D.; Miller, Neil J.; Mondale, Walter F.
S.562 Potato Labeling Bill; S.B.2600; S.8/H.R.4769 1965 Farm Act; S.B.2613; S.109 Farm Marketing Bill; S.2973/H.R.15695 National Agricultural Bargaining Act
1968 January-April
11 2 Agriculture
Schnittker, John A.; Mouser, Cotys M.; Redmond, Lawrence P.; Freeman, Orville L.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Shisler, Karl; Montoya, Joseph M.; Little, Walter E.
S.697 Water Development; S.752 Agricultural Co-Ops; S.3507 Food Stamp Act; S.1567 Young Farmers Investment Act; S.1063 Onions; S.2671 Weed Control
1968 May-December
11 3 Agriculture
Miller, Neil J.; Conte, Silvio O.; Goodell, Charles E.; Mondale, Walter F.; Trenhaile, Stanley I.; Williamson, Jack; Burdick, Quentin N.
H.R.11870 Certificate Payments To Farmers
1969 January-July
11 4 Agriculture
Williamson, Jack; Hollings, Ernest F.; Shuman, Charles B.; Stanley, Oren Lee; Holland, Spessard L.; Fullarton, David C.
S.1684/S.2202 Rural Electrification Act of 1936; S.2225 Food Processing; Sterile Male Codling Moth Research Program
1969 August-December
11 5 Agriculture
McGovern, George; Mondale, Walter F.; Yarborough, Ralph W.; Bayh, Birch; Harris, Fred R.; Goodell, Charles E.; Ellender, Allen J.; Fullarton, David C.
H.R.6244 Desert Land Entrymen; S.8 Farm Bill; S.2203 Farm Labor; S.3070 Seed Rights; S.2524 Farm Bureau Bill; S.3387 Rural Telephone Bank Bills S.1684/S.2202
1970 January-April
11 6 Agriculture
Samuelson, Don; Jaenke, E.A.; Harris, Fred R.; Mondale, Walter F.; Javits, Jacob K.; McGovern, George; Smith, Ralph Tyler; Rockwood, W. Dale; Nelson, Gaylord; Holman, Roy
S.3387 Rural Telephone Bank Bill; S.1851 National Honey Promotion and Research Act; S.2203 Agriculture Labor; S.410 Mink Pelts; H.R.9009 Farm Subsidies; S.3608 Farmers Home Administration
1970 May-August
11 7 Agriculture
Smoot, Dan; Montoya, Joseph M.; Garrison, Robert; Cranston, Alan; Bowman, Ralph; Hardin, Clifford; Dechant, Tony
Dan Smoot Reports; H.R.18546 Farm Bill
1970 September-December
11 8 Agriculture
Humphrey, Hubert H.; McGovern, George; Percy, Charles H.; Tunney, John V.; McClellan, John L.; Pearson, James B.; Mondale, Walter F.; Talmadge, Herman E.; Holman, Roy; Hansen, Clifford P.; Burdick, Quentin N.
S.812 and S.1775 National Agriculture Marketing Act and National Agriculture Bargaining Act; S.2203 Murphy Bill; S.1057; S.1209 Weed Control Program; S.10; S.727 Agriculture Adjustment Act; S.1483 Farm Credit Act S.51 Rural Job Development; H.R.5
1971 January-June
11 9 Agriculture
Case, Clifford P.
H.R.9270 Agriculture Appropriations Bill; S.1483 and H.R.7138 Farm Credit Act; S.1057 Water Resources; S.2571 Rural Development and Population Dispersion Act; S.963 Fighting Fires In Rural Areas; S.2223 Consolidation Famers Home Administration A
1971 July-December
11 9 Agriculture
Harris, Fred R.; Dole, Robert; McGovern, George
S.1612 Extension Service; Sisk Bill; National Agriculture Marketing and Bargaining Act, 1971 R.R.7597; The Reclamation Lands Authority Act; Rural Revitalization Act of 1971; Emergency Rural Housing Act of 1971; School Lunch Program
1971 July-December
11 10 Agriculture
Rockwood, W. Dale; Bellmon, Henry; Cooper, John Sherman; Burdick, Quentin N.; Allen, James B.; McGovern, George; Mondale, Walter F.; Metcalf, Lee; Stevenson, Adlai E. III; Fleps, Carl J.
H.R.7597 Agriculture Bargaining; S.10 National Program of Rural Areas; S.3045 Export Markets for Farm Commodities; S.1379 National Forests Program; S.1209 Weeds; Poultry H.R.11913/S.2895; Sisk Bill National Agriculture Marketing and Ba
1972 January-June
11 10 Agriculture
S.J.Res.172 Emergency Measures To Improve Farm Income
1972 January-June
11 11 Agriculture
Bayh, Birch; Greenley, Joseph C.
H.R.14987 Sale of Farm Products Sisk Bill; S.3195 and S.3138 Agriculture Act of 1970; S.3357 Price Support for Milk; H.R.10729 Federal Pesticide Control Act; H.R.13366 Ban On Cyclamates
1972 July-November
11 12 Agriculture
Nelson, Gaylord; Abourezk, James S.; Pearson, James B.; Holmon, Roy; Bayh, Birch
S.459 Farm Legislation; Family Farm Inheritance Act S.204 Bayh Proposal; Rural Environmental Assistance Program
1973 January-February
11 13 Agriculture
Hartke, Vance; Bayh, Birch; Weicker, Lowell P., Jr.; Pearson, James B.
S.459 Rural Environment Assistance Program; S.3083 Food Consumers Protection Act Hartke Act; Soil and Water Conservation
1973 March
11 14 Agriculture
Craven, Ira; Mckay, John C.; Adamy, Clarence; Abourezk, James S.; Long, Robert W.
H.R.6168 Rollback On Prices; Soil Conservation; Water Conservation
1973 April
11 15 Agriculture
Adamy, Clarence; Buckley, James L.; Bayh, Birch; Brock, William E.; Jennings, Paul
H.R.790 Exempt Agriculture Lenders From Truth and Lending Act; Freeze On Food Prices
1973 May-June
11 16 Agriculture
Mcintyre, Thomas J.
H.R.16; H.R.7278 Noxious Weeds; Hay and Feed Grain Shortage
1973 August-September
11 17 Agriculture
Jaenke, E.A.; Rockwood, W. Dale; Tunney, John V.; McGovern, George; Magnuson, Warren G.
Truth In Lending H.R.7278; Fur Embargo
1973 October-December
11 18 Agriculture
McGovern, George; Abourezk, James S.; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.; Clark, Dick; McClure, James A.
H.R.8547 Export Controls; S.2822 Estate Taxes; S.2971 Fertilizer; Jones Act; S.2871 Food Stamps; H.R.13090 Fertilizers; Indemnity Payments Poultry S.3231;
1974 January-April
12 1 Agriculture
Hart, Philip A.; Andrus, Cecil D.; McGee, Gale; Clark, Dick; Dole, Robert; Harvey, Craig S.; Moody, O. William, Jr.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Mendolia, Arthur I.; Holton, Linwood; Butz, Earl
S.3231 Poultry Indemnity; Jones Act; Fertilizer Shortage S.2971; Joint Menorial No. 23 To Waive Jones Act
1974 April-May
12 2 Agriculture
Metzenbaum, Howard M.; McGee, Gale; Parrish, C.P.; Morton, Rogers C.B.
S.3410 Food Exports; Federal Food Reserve
1974 June-August
12 3 Agriculture
Stevenson, Adlai E. III; Tilson, W.B.; McGovern, George; Parrish, C.P.; Korologos, Tom C.
S.3394 Foreign Assistance Act; Bailing Wire/Twine Shortage; Jones Act; Fertilizer Shortage
1974 September-December
12 4 Agriculture
Dole, Robert; Van Vleck, Gordon V.; McGovern, George; Koch, Robert; Evans, John V.; Hartvigsen, Lester A.; Johnson, S. Albert; Reid, Harold W.; Yoder, Amos
S.4216 Natural Gas Priority for Furtilizer Manufacturing; Food and Agriculture: Program for Stability and Abundance S.549
1975 January-February
12 5 Agriculture
Andrus, Cecil D.; Moss, Frank E.; Ford, Wendell H.; Huddleston, Walter D.; Hovenden, Tom; McGee, Gale
1975 March-April
12 6 Agriculture
Nelson, Gaylord; Abourezk, James S.; Dechant, Tony; Clark, Dick; Mondale, Walter F.; Yeutter, Clayton; Whitten, Jamie L.; Judd, Claud
1975 April-June
12 7 Agriculture
Chiles, Lawton; Packwood, Bob; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Culver, John C.; Dole, Robert; Mondale, Walter F.; Clark, Dick; Abourezk, James S.; Cranston, Alan; Kennedy, Edward M.; Tunney, John V.; Hart, Philip A.; Johnson, S. Albert
S.1647, S.1726, S.1956 Federal Crop Insurance; S.1646 Federal Crop Insurance; S.1719 Welfare Reform Act; S.1993 Food Stamp Reform Act; S.2578 Agriculture Commodities and Toxic Chemicals; S.17 Highway Tax; Soil/Water Conservation; H.R.370 Aquaculture
1975 July-December
12 7 Agriculture
H.R.1083 Protection of Fishery Resources; Thankful Giving S.Res.70 Humphrey, H.Res. 438 Simon; S.2369 Food Stamp Act of 1964; S.-- Dairy and Meat Import Act of 1975
1975 July-December
12 8 Agriculture
Scott, Hugh; Butz, Earl; Eastland, James O.; Stennis, John C.; Bumpers, Dale; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Hartke, Vance; Eagleton, Thomas F.; McGovern, George; Hatfield, Mark O.; Horiuchi, Wayne; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Abourezk, James S.
S.2260 Rice Production Act; S.2751 Food Stamps; S.2867 Food & Nutrition Policy; S.J.Res.- National Food Day; S.- Committee On Food Production, Processing, Marketing and Pricing
1976 January-February
12 9 Agriculture
McGovern, George; McGee, Gale; Talmadge, Herman E.; Richmond, Fred; Harding, W.M.; Wampler, William C.
S.16 Inspection of Rabbit Meat; H.R.8841 Insecticide; S.3215 Census of Agriculture; Ascs Transfer of Benefits H.R.12361; Food Stamp Legislation; National Green Thumb Program Report; Elderly
1976 March-June
12 10 Agriculture
Moss, Frank E.; Humphrey, Hubert H.
S.963 Ban Des; S.1466 Fluoridation; S.3570 National Food Policy; S.3215 Benefit Ascs Employees; S.3457
1976 June-December
12 11 Agriculture
Bellmon, Henry; Dole, Robert; Burdick, Quentin N.
S.196 Gasoline Tax; Agriculture Aircraft Operators; S.275 Farm Program; S.- Food and Nutrition Program Act of 1977
1977 January-February
12 12 Agriculture
Clark, Dick; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Burdick, Quentin N.; Glenn, John; Pearson, James B.; McGovern, George; Percy, Charles H.; Durkin, John A.; Wolff, Alan; Culver, John C.
S.810 Family Farm Antitrust Act; S.840 Family Farm Antitrust Act; S.413 Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
1977 March-June
12 13 Agriculture
Dole, Robert; Leahy, Patrick J.; Kevan, James; Allen, James B.; Anderson, Joe; Katz, Julius L.; Inouye, Daniel K.; Matsunaga, Spark M.
S.1678 Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act; S.297 Imported Meat; Farmer's Home Administration's Lending Authority
1977 July-December
12 14 Agriculture
Cranston, Alan; Abourezk, James S.; Haskell, Floyd K.; McGovern, George; Zorinsky, Edward; Hodges, Kaneaster, Jr.; Bumpers, Dale; Bergland, Bob; Talmadge, Bill
S.2626 Consumer and Agriculture Protection Act of 1978; Farm Strike- 100% Parity
1978 January-March
12 15 Agriculture
Muskie, Edmund S.; Randolph, Jennings; Domenici, Pete V.; Abourezk, James S.; Bumpers, Dale; Allen, James B.; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Kellogg, Wilson; Simpson, Elvin; Carter, Jimmy; Bergland, Bob; Magnuson, Warren G.
S.2626 Consumer and Agriculture Protection Act; S.2146 Farmer's Home Administration Loan Program; H.R.8681 Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act; H.R.10584 Export Credit Marketing Act; Insecticide Act H.R.8681
1978 April-November
12 16 Agriculture
Bergland, Bob
S.383 Ascs Employees; S.1125 Federal Crop Insurance Act; Leafcutting Bee; Alfalfa; S.J.Res.20 90% Parity
1979 January-June
12 17 Agriculture
Hamilton, Don; Long, John; Huddleston, Walter D.
Plant Variety Protection Act S.23; Amendments H.R.999
1979 July-December
12 18 Agriculture
Holman, Roy; Bergland, Bob; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Helms, Jesse; Talmadge, Herman E.; Volcker, Paul A.
H.R.5965 Irrigation Water Conservation Act; S.23 Plant Variety Act; S.2258 Food Security Reserve; H.R.4853 Animal Biological Production Act; S.1465 Farm Credit Act Amendment; S.2488 Broaden Soil Conservation Act
1980 January-May
13 1 Agriculture
Exon, J. James; Schweiker, Richard S.; Heinz, H. John III; Roth, William V., Jr.; Alexander, Bill
S.23/H.R.999 Plant Variety Protection Act; S.1465 Farm Credit Act Amendment; H.R.6815 Amend Agriculture Act 1949 Increase Loan Rates for Corn and Wheat; Soviet Grain Embargo On Idaho Wheat Farmers #2639; Bees/Honey
1980 June-December
13 2 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beans
Wilson, Jerome; Woozley, Edward
Map Bean Leaf Hopper Infestations; Beans
1957-1958
13 3 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beans
Smylie, Robert E.; Brocke, George F.
Beans
1959-1961
13 4 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beans
Birkhead, Kenneth M.; Thompson, Arthur
Beans
1962-1969
13 5 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1963
13 6 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1964
13 7 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1964
13 8 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1964-1965
13 9 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1966
13 10 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1967
13 11 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1969-1970
13 12 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1971-1972
13 13 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1973 January-May
13 14 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1973 June-December
13 15 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1974 February-August
13 16 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1974 August-December
13 17 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1975 January-April
13 18 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1975 May-December
14 1 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1976
14 2 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1977
14 3 Agriculture -- Commodities - Beef 1978-1979
14 4 Agriculture -- Commodities - Carrots 1957; 1961
14 5 Agriculture -- Commodities - Clover 1957-1959; 1961
14 6 Agriculture -- Commodities - Dairy 1957-1961
14 7 Agriculture -- Commodities - Dairy 1962-1965
14 8 Agriculture -- Commodities - Dairy 1966-1967
14 9 Agriculture -- Commodities - Dairy 1967-1972
14 10 Agriculture -- Commodities - Dairy 1973
14 11 Agriculture -- Commodities - Dairy 1974
14 12 Agriculture -- Commodities - Dairy 1975
14 13 Agriculture -- Commodities - Dairy 1976-1980
14 14 Agriculture -- Commodities - Dairy
Milk Price Rise In Boise Valley
1954-1955; 1958-1960
14 15 Agriculture -- Commodities - Feed Grains 1957-1959; 1961
14 16 Agriculture -- Commodities - Feed Grains
S.3225 Amendments for Feed Grains and Wheat Program
1962
14 17 Agriculture -- Commodities - Feed Grains 1962-1963; 1966; 1970; 1980
14 18 Agriculture -- Commodities - Fruit 1957; 1961; 1965; 1968-1970
14 19 Agriculture -- Commodities - Honey 1957-1969
14 20 Agriculture -- Commodities - Livestock 1958-1964
15 1 Agriculture -- Commodities - Onions 1957-1958
15 2 Agriculture -- Commodities - Onions 1958-1961; 1964-1967; 1970; 1975-1977; 1980
15 3 Agriculture -- Commodities - Peas 1959-1962
15 4 Agriculture -- Commodities - Peas 1964
15 5 Agriculture -- Commodities - Peas
Freeman, Orville L.; Roffler, Hal J.; Longteig, Iver; Sather, Merrill P.
1966-1967
15 6 Agriculture -- Commodities - Peas
Roffler, Hal J.; Bergland, Bob; Anderson, Joe; Blain, Harold; McGee, Gale; Strauss, Robert S.
1968-1971; 1973-1980
15 7 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1957-1958
15 8 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1959-1960
15 9 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1961
15 10 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1962
15 11 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1962
15 12 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1963
15 13 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1964 January-April
15 14 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1964 May-December
15 15 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1965-1966
15 16 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1967
15 17 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1968
16 1 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes
Processor Exemption for Potatoes
1969 January-June
16 2 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1969 June
16 3 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1969 June-July
16 4 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes
S.2214 Market Order Processing
1969 July-November
16 5 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1969 November
16 6 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1970
16 7 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1971 February-September
16 8 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1971 October-December
16 9 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1972
16 10 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1973-1974
16 11 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1974
16 12 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1975 January-April
16 13 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1975 May-December
16 14 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes 1976-1980
16 15 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes
Smith, Margaret Chase; Payne, Frederick G.
H.R.4532 Irish Potatoes; S.1393 Potato Grade Labeling Act
1957
16 16 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes
S.3050 Market Stabilization of Potatoes
1963
16 17 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes
S.2097 Potato Labeling Bill
1962-1965
16 18 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes
S.2097 Potato Labeling Bill
1966
16 18 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes
Muskie, Edmund S.
S.829 Acreage Allotments On Potatoes; S.1506 Agricultural Marketing Act of 1937
1963
17 1 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes
S.2097 Potato Labeling Bill
1967
17 2 Agriculture -- Commodities - Potatoes
S.1181 Potato Research and Promotion Act
1969
17 3 Agriculture -- Commodities - Poultry 1957; 1960-1963; 1966; 1971
17 4 Agriculture -- Commodities - Prunes 1959
17 5 Agriculture -- Commodities - Seeds 1957-1959; 1961
17 6 Agriculture -- Commodities - Sugar 1957-1959
17 7 Agriculture -- Commodities - Sugar Beets 1960
17 8 Agriculture -- Commodities - Sugar Beets
S.2526 Sugar Act
1961
17 9 Agriculture -- Commodities - Sugar Beets 1963-1964
17 10 Agriculture -- Commodities - Sugar Beets 1965-1966
17 11 Agriculture -- Commodities - Sugar Beets 1967-1970
17 12 Agriculture -- Commodities - Sugar Beets 1970-1973
17 13 Agriculture -- Commodities - Sugar Beets 1974-1976
17 14 Agriculture -- Commodities - Sugar Beets 1977
17 15 Agriculture -- Commodities - Sugar Beets 1978 January-June
17 16 Agriculture -- Commodities - Sugar Beets
Link, Arthur A.
1978-1980
17 17 Agriculture -- Commodities - Sugar Beets 1959-1960
18 1 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1957-1958
18 2 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1958 May-December
18 3 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1958 December
18 4 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1959 January-February
18 5 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1959 March-December
18 6 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1959
18 7 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1960 January-March
18 8 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1960
18 9 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1960
18 10 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1961
18 11 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1962
18 12 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1963
18 13 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat
Wheat Sales To The Soviet Union
1963-1964
18 14 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1964 January-March
18 15 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1964 March-July
18 16 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1964 August-December
18 17 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1965 January-April
18 18 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1965 May-August
19 1 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1965 September-December
19 2 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1966 January-March
19 3 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1966 April-December
19 4 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1967 January-April
19 5 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1967 May-December
19 6 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1968
19 7 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1969-1970
19 8 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1971
19 9 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1972
19 10 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1973
19 11 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1974
19 12 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1975
19 13 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wheat 1976-1980
19 14 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool 1957
19 15 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool 1958
19 16 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool 1959-1960
19 17 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool 1961
19 18 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool
Wool Act S.454
1961
19 19 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool 1962-1963
19 20 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool 1962-1963
20 1 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool
Kennedy, John F.
Meeting With President Kennedy
1963
20 2 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool 1964-1965
20 3 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool 1966-1970
20 4 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool 1971-1972
20 5 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool 1973 January-May
20 6 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool 1973 June-December
20 7 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool 1974
20 8 Agriculture -- Commodities - Wool 1975-1979
20 9 Agriculture -- Distribution of Free Publications 1958; 1963
20 10 Agriculture -- Entomology 1958-1960
20 11 Agriculture -- Fair Potato Bargaining
S.109 Agricultural Producers Marketing Act of 1967; S.109 Agricultural Fair Practices Act; Strategic Reserve Wheat Bill
1967
20 12 Agriculture -- Farm Bargaining 1969
20 13 Agriculture -- Farm Bill
Martin, L.B.
1961 February
20 14 Agriculture -- Farm Bill
Haight, Lloyd E.; Hagan, A. Nelson
1961 June-December
20 15 Agriculture -- Farm Bill 1962 February-March
20 16 Agriculture -- Farm Bill
Martin, L.B.
1962 March-May
20 17 Agriculture -- Farm Bill 1962-1975
20 18 Agriculture -- Farm Corporations 1965-1966
20 19 Agriculture -- Farm Labor Contractors
Migrant Workers
1980
20 20 Agriculture -- Food for Peace 1959
20 21 Agriculture -- Food for Peace 1960-1961
20 22 Agriculture -- Forest Service 1975
20 23 Agriculture -- Marketing of Commodities
Marketing of Agricultural Commodities
1968
20 24 Agriculture -- Milk Program
Ribicoff, Abraham
Milk
1965
20 25 Agriculture -- National Commission of Food Marketing 1964; 1966
21 1 Agriculture -- Pacific Northwest Research Laboratory 1958-1961
21 2 Agriculture -- Programs
Capehart, Homer E.; Wagner, Aubrey J.; Butz, Earl; Benson, Ezra Taft; Smylie, Robert E.; Curtis, Carl T.; Theophilus, D.R.
Programs
1956-1957
21 3 Agriculture -- Programs - Credit
Humphrey, Hubert H.
Credit for Agriculture
1957
21 4 Agriculture -- Programs - Disaster Areas 1957
21 5 Agriculture -- Programs - Disaster Assistance/Orchards
Morse, Wayne
S.1808 Provide Financial Assistance for Rehabilitation of Orchards Destroyed Or Damaged By Natural Disaster
1957
21 6 Agriculture -- Programs
Benson, Ezra Taft; Newson, Herschel D.; Pollock, Raymond
1958 January-February
21 7 Agriculture -- Programs
Aikele, Andreas; Mclain, George; Clark, Joseph S.; Symms, R. Doyle; Irwin, Carl D.
1958 March-May
21 8 Agriculture -- Programs 1958 June-August
21 9 Agriculture -- Programs - Grange
Newsom, Herschel D.
1957-1958
21 10 Agriculture -- Programs - Humane Slaughter
Fay, L.E.; Knudsen, K.O.
1957-1958
21 11 Agriculture -- Programs - Meat Packing
Jimerson, Earl W.; Davies, Aled P.
1957-1958
21 12 Agriculture -- Programs - Mexican Laborers
Mexican Laborers; Migrant Workers
1957
21 13 Agriculture -- Programs - Noxious Weeds
Hanson, Max; Welch, Ralph
1957-1958
21 14 Agriculture -- Programs - Proposed Farm Programs
Aikele, Andreas; Thatcher, M.W.
1956-1957
21 15 Agriculture -- Programs - Rural Electric Cooperative Association
Utilities
1966
21 16 Agriculture -- Programs - Soil Bank
Williams, John J.
1957-1958; 1960
21 17 Agriculture -- Soil Conservation
Whyte, Lamar; Gordon, Kermit; McClellan, Earl; Fiala, Roger; Smylie, Robert E.; Williams, Arnold; Bloxhan, Thomas; Monk, Marion
1958; 1964-1965
21 18 Agriculture -- Soil Conservation
Monk, Marion; Barr, Scott
1965
21 19 Agriculture -- Soil Conservation
Woodall, Parker; Morgan, Lee T.
1966
21 20 Agriculture -- Soil Conservation
Freeman, Orville L.; Woodall, J.P.
1967 January-May
21 21 Agriculture -- Soil Conservation
Graham, Jackson; Jensen, Devon R.; Branstead, Robert
1967 June-December; 1968 January-March
21 22 Agriculture -- Soil Conservation 1968 March-December; 1969-1970
22 1 Agriculture -- Support to The American Farmer
100% Parity; Farm Strike
1978
22 2 Agriculture -- Wheat/Cotton
McGovern, George
Wheat Referendum of 1963; McGovern Wheat Plan; Wheat and Feed Grain Act of 1963 H.R.6196; Compensatory Payments
1964
22 3 Aircraft Services
Office of Aircraft Services; Office of Management and Budget; Gospel Hump
1977
22 4 Airports and Airways 1960; 1971
22 5 Alaska -- National Interest Lands Conservation Act
Jackson, Henry M.; Andrus, Cecil D.
1977-1978
22 6 Alaska -- National Interest Lands Conservation Act
Tsongas, Paul E.; Jackson, Henry M.; Stevens, Ted; Durkin, John A.
1979-1980
22 7 Alaska -- Native Claims Settlement Act 1977
22 8 Alaska -- Natural Gas Pipeline
Trans-Alaskan Pipeline System
1975
22 9 Alaska -- Natural Gas Pipeline
Mondale, Walter F.; Glenn, John; McGovern, George; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Ribicoff, Abraham
Trans-Alaskan Pipeline System
1976
22 10 Alaska -- Public Lands 1978
22 11 Alaska -- Public Lands 1978
22 12 Alaska -- Public Lands 1978
22 13 Alaska -- Public Lands - Administration Positions 1978
22 14 Alaska -- Statehood
Bartlett, E.L.
Alaskan Statehood
1956-1957
22 15 Alaska -- Statehood
Seaton, Fred A.; Murray, James E.; Egan, William
Alaskan Statehood
1958 January-May
22 16 Alaska -- Statehood 1958 May-June
22 17 Alaska -- Statehood
Douglas, Paul H.; Gruening, Ernest; Schoonover, John A.; Bartlett, E.L.; Holland, Spessard L.; Murray, James E.; Lehman, Herbert H.; Green, Theodore Francis; Hill, Lister; Aiken, George D.; Capehart, Homer E.; Smith, H. Alexander; Javits, Jacob K.; Humph
Alaskan Statehood
1958 July-December
22 17 Alaska -- Statehood
Sparkman, John J.; Payne, Frederick G.; Case, Francis; Rivers, Ralph J.; Kerr, Robert S.; Russell, Richard B.; Young, Milton R.; Proxmire, William
Alaskan Statehood
1958 July-December
22 18 Alaska -- Trans-Alaskan Pipeline System
Natural Gas Pipeline
1969
22 19 Alaska -- Trans-Alaskan Pipeline System
Eagleton, Thomas F.; Mondale, Walter F.; Bayh, Birch; Haskell, Floyd K.; Bartlett, Dewey F.; Hart, Philip A.; Nelson, Gaylord; Buckley, James L.; Gravel, Mike
Natural Gas Pipeline
1973 January-June
22 20 Alaska -- Trans-Alaskan Pipeline System
Natural Gas Pipeline
1973 July-December
22 21 Alaska -- Wildlife Refuge Amendment 1978
Alcoholic Beverages - Chrysler
Also files on alcoholism, anti-vivisection, appropriations, atomic energy, aviation, Basques, and Bible reading and prayer in public schools.
Box
Folder
22 22 Alcoholic Beverages
Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Alcoholism
1957
23 1 Alcoholic Beverages
Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Alcoholism
1958 January-February
23 2 Alcoholic Beverages
Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Alcoholism
1958 March
23 3 Alcoholic Beverages
Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Alcoholism
1958 April
23 4 Alcoholic Beverages
Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Alcoholism; S.582 Langer Bill
1958 May-August
23 5 Alcoholic Beverages
Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Alcoholism; S.1432 Prohibiting Alcohol On Airplanes; H.R.2221 Interstate Advertising of Alcoholic Beverages; Obscene Mailing
1959
23 6 Alcoholic Beverages
McMains, W.H.; Magnuson, Warren G.
Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Alcoholism; S.1432 Alcohol On Airplanes; H.R.4853/H.R.4920 Obscene Literature
1960
23 7 Alcoholic Beverages
Charlton, Fred
Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Alcoholism
1961
23 8 Alcoholic Beverages
Thurmond, Strom; Charlton, Fred
Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Alcoholism; H.R.7785 Alcohol In Candy; H.R.10448 Wine Duties
1962-1963; 1969; 1971-1973
23 9 Alcoholic Beverages
Webster, William H.
Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Alcoholism; S.B.1251 Liquor On Sunday; H.R.11106 Alcohol Beverages As Tax Deductions; S.356 Labeling
1974-1976; 1980
23 10 Alcoholic Beverages
Alcohol and Drug Abuse; Alcoholism; S.782 Alcohol In Candy
1971
23 11 Alcoholism
Hughes, Harold E.
S.-- Federal Program for The Prevention of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
1968-1971
23 12 Alcoholism
Johnson, C.E.; Meany, George
1972-1975
23 13 Alcoholism
Thurmond, Strom; Gravel, Mike; Hathaway, William D.
H.R.4975 Appropriations for Biomedical Research
1976-1980
23 14 American History Month
Cooper, John Sherman
1966
23 15 Amnesty -- Vietnam 1973-1974
23 16 Animals
Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Floyd, Frank W.; Soulen, Phil
H.6920 Humane Treatment; S.3985 Anti-Dog Fighting Act; S.1923/S.8811 Wild Horse Protection Act; S.1602 Prohibiting Steel Jaw Traps
1974-1975
23 17 Animals
Greenley, Joseph C.; McClure, James A.
S.961 Fish Management Act; S.1941 Animal Welfare Act
1976
23 18 Animals
Zuck, Donald; McCain, Warren E.
Marine Mammal Protection Act of 1972
1977
23 19 Antarctic Commission
Wiley, Alexander
S.2189 Antartic Commission Act of 1957
1957
23 20 Anti-Vivisection
Monahan, William; Dingell, John D.
S.1315 Sea Mammals Act; S.1116 Wild Burros and Horses
1971
23 21 Anti-Vivisection
Abourezk, James S.; Schweiker, Richard S.
S.1315 Ocean Mammals Act; S.2579 Ocean Mammals Act; S.2083 Prohibit Poisoning Predators; S.1777 Prohibits Slaughter of Horses for Humans
1972
23 22 Appropriations
Kennedy, John F.; Payne, Frederick G.; Morrison, H.W. Harry
Hoover Commission Recommendations; S.-- Improve Methods of Stating The Budget; Provide for Accrued Annual Expenditure Methods of Budget Presentations H.R.8002/S.434
1956-1958
23 23 Appropriations
Byrd, Robert C.
1961; 1963; 1967
24 1 Appropriations -- Agriculture
Appropriations for Meat Inspection Program
1957-1958
24 2 Appropriations -- Defense
Symington, Stuart
Medical Care Amendment, Sec.633 H.R.12738
1957-1958
24 3 Appropriations -- Executive Branch
Keating, Kenneth B.; Lausche, Frank J.
1957-1959
24 4 Appropriations -- Health, Education, and Welfare
Long, Russell B.; Hart, Eugene B.; Krettek, Germaine; Garrett, H. Fred
Hill-Burton Funds for 1959; Federal Library Services Act; Funding for Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training; H.E.W.
Speech:"Hospital Construction Funds and Rural Library Services Appropriations", [Before Sen. Approp. Comm.], 1958
1957-1958
24 5 Appropriations -- Public Works 1957-1959
24 6 Appropriations -- State Department
Funding for U.S. Information Agency
1957-1958
24 7 Artist Residuum Transposal
H.R.9103 IRS Code Concerning Literary, Musical, Or Artistic Compositions; H.R.9505/H.R.8214/S.-- IRS Code Re: Contributions of Copyrights, Artistic Compositions, Or Collections of Papers; S.1212 Irs Code of 1954 for Contributions of Ordinary Income Prope
1971; 1973; 1974
24 8 Assassinations 1972
24 9 Associations and Committees 1956-1959
24 10 Atomic Energy 1959
24 11 Atomic Energy
Anderson, Clinton P.; Inouye, Daniel K.; Gravel, Mike; Nelson, Gaylord; Pastore, John O.; Brooke, Edward W.; Annunzio, Frank; Bauser, Edward J.
Atomic Fallout; Atomic Waste; Pollution; Atomic Energy Commission; Atomic Testing; H.R.391 Nuclear Accelerator; S.1628 Western Interstate Nuclear Compact
1959-1972
24 12 Atomic Energy
Schweiker, Richard S.; Pastore, John O.; Baker, Howard H., Jr.
1972
24 13 Authorize Reimbursement to Cities for Construction of Streets
S.654 Secretary of The Navy To Reimburse Cities for Certain Street Construction
1963
24 14 Auto Safety
Nelson, Gaylord
S.1251 Motor Vehicle Safety Features; S.1643 Tire Regulation
1965-1966
24 15 Aviation 1957
24 16 Aviation
Mansfield, Mike; Monroney, A.S. Mike
1958
24 17 Aviation
Hartke, Vance
S. Air Traffic Controllers; S.4067 Overtime Pay To Department of Transportation Employees
1963; 1964; 1969
24 18 Aviation -- Aeronautics and Space Activity 1958-1959
24 19 Aviation -- Airports
Smylie, Robert E.; Monroney, A.S. Mike; Allott, Gordon
1958-1960
24 20 Aviation -- Federal Activities Act
Magnuson, Warren G.
Federal Aviation Act of 1958
1958
24 21 Aviation -- Federal Airport Act
Monroney, A.S. Mike; Magnuson, Warren G.
S.1 Federal Airport Act; Federal Airport Act Hearings
1959
24 22 Aviation -- Federal Airport Act Amendment
Monroney, A.S. Mike
S.1703 Federal Airport Act
1961
25 1 Aviation -- Pacific Northwest Local Air Service
Smylie, Robert E.
West Coast Routing; Pacific Northwest
1959
25 2 Aviation -- Western Airlines Strike 1957
25 3 Basques
Sheep Herders; S.1033 Regarding 13 Basque Immigrants; S.3959 Amendment Exchanging Name; S.661, S.95, S.2223, and H.R.4798 Basque Immigrants
1958-1961
25 4 Basques
Eastland, James O.
1962-1967
25 5 Bear River Reclamation Project 1965
25 6 Bible Reading and Prayer In Public School 1962-1963
25 7 Bible Reading and Prayer In Public School 1964 January-May
25 8 Bible Reading and Prayer In Public School 1964 May-December
25 9 Bible Reading and Prayer In Public School 1965-1969
25 10 Billboards
Cooper, John Sherman; Neuberger, Maurine B.
1958-1963
25 11 Board of Public Lands Appeal
Gruening, Ernest
S.758 Establishment of Board of Public Lands
1963
25 12 Boise Cascade 1976
25 13 Boise Cascade 1977
25 14 Boise Geothermal
Geothermal Transfer To Boise
1978
25 15 Brooks Bill -- Selection of Surveyors
Brooks, Jack
1978 January- July
25 16 Brooks Bill -- Selection of Surveyors
Brooks, Jack
1978 August-December
25 17 Brooks Bill -- Selection of Surveyors
Brooks, Jack
Photogrammetry
1979
25 18 Budget
S.529 Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 Fiscal Requirements
1961-1972
25 19 Budget
S.1541 Control of Expenditures; Establishment of National Priorities
1973
25 20 Budget
Fairfield, Idaho Budget Cuts; Water
1974
25 21 Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms 1979
25 22 Burley Irrigation District
Anderson, Clinton P.
S.2662 Burley Irrigation District
1962
25 23 Cancer 1965
25 24 Cancer
S.34
1971 April
25 25 Cancer
Health; S.34
1971 April
25 26 Cancer
Andrus, Cecil D.
Health; S.34
1971 May And 1974
26 1 Center for Exchange
Long, Oren E.
S.3385 Cultural and Technical Interchange Between East and West
1960
26 2 CETA -- Comprehensive Employment and Training Act 1978
26 3 Chemical and Biological Warfare 1960-1972
26 4 Chiropractic
S.746 Ammend Social Security Act
1969-1970
26 5 Chrysler
Eagleton, Thomas F.; Riegle, Donald W., Jr.
1979
Civil Rights
Church's stand on the jury trial amendment to the Civil Rights Act of 1957 brought him national attention and showed him to be an articulate spokesman for causes he believed in. In 1964 Church again supported full civil rights for all citizens, despite the fears ex pressed by his Idaho constituents. These files do not have material relating to Dr. Martin Luther King, which one might expect to find here nor are there King-related materials anywhere in the collection.
Box
Folder
26 6
Douglas, Paul H.; Mahoney, Joseph O.; Alger, Bruce; Reuther, Walter P.
H.R.6127 Amendment To Senate Rules; Women's Joint Legislative Committee for Equal Rights; NAACP
1956-1957
26 7
Douglas, Paul H.; Reuther, Walter P.; Lewis, John L.; Wilkins, Roy
H.6127 Jury Trial Amendment; Integration; NAACP
"The Jury Trial" Amendment, August 1, 1957
1957
26 8
School Integration; Senate Rules-Cloture; Civil Rights-General
1958
26 9
Wilkins, Roy; Malin, Patrick Murphy; Mckinley, Aretha B.; Slawson, John; Aronson, Arnold; Toubin, Issac; Lechliter, Irving; Rauh, Joseph L.; Wilson, E. Raymond; Masaoka, Mike; Weitzer, Bernard; Carey, James B.; Shane, Francis; Reuther, Walter P.; Stewart
American Jewish Congress; National Association for The Advancement of Colored People; NAACP
1959
26 10
Equal Rights Amendment S.J.Res.80; Era
1957-1959
26 11
Douglas, Paul H.
Hayden Rider; Era; Equal Rights Amendment
1960
26 12
Javits, Jacob K.; Wilkins, Roy; Clark, Joseph S.
Filibuster; Idaho State House Bill, No.217; Voting Rights; Idaho Citizens Committee for Civil Rights; Commission On Civil Rights; Department of Justice
1961 January-April
26 13
Javits, Jacob K.; Wilkins, Roy; Clark, Joseph S.
Filibuster; Idaho State House Bill, No.217; Voting Rights; Idaho Citizens Committee for Civil Rights; Commission On Civil Rights; Department of Justice
1961 May-December
26 14
Douglas, Paul H.; Keating, Kenneth B.; Wilkins, Roy
Housing Discrimination; Integration
1962
26 15
Magnuson, Warren G.
1963
26 16
Civil Rights S.1731
1963
26 17
Magnuson, Warren G.
S.1731 Equal Employment Opportunity Act; Civil Rights; S.1750 Civil Rights Bill; S.1732 Civil Rights Public Accommodations
1963
27 1 1964 January-March
27 2 1964 April-May
27 3 1964 June-December
27 4
Dirksen, Everett Mckinley; Mansfield, Mike
H.R.7152 Trial By Jury; Civil Rights
"Dirkson-Mansfield Jury Trial Amendment", Senate, April 30, 1964
1964 January-May
27 5
Humphrey, Hubert H.; Mansfield, Mike; Reuther, Walter P.; Greenberg, Jack
Greenberg, Jack, "A Civil Rights Manifesto", Mobile Alabama, May 17, 1964; Civil Rights
1964 June-December
27 6 1964 January-March
27 7
Humphrey, Hubert H.
Civil Rights
1964 April-November
27 8
Kennedy, Edward M.
Voting Rights Act of 1965
1965 January-April
27 9
Wilkins, Roy; McCarthy, Eugene J.
Voting Rights Act of 1965; S.J.Res.85 Equal Rights Amendment; Era
1965 May-December
27 10
S.3296 Civil Rights Act Amendment; Fair Housing
1966
27 11
Inouye, Daniel K.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.
Fair Housing Act; Race Riots; Employment Practices
1967
27 12
Mondale, Walter F.; Strang, Alan
H.R.2516 Civil Riots; Stang, Alan, "Its Very Simple", Los Angeles, Western Islands Publishing Company, 1965
1968 January-April
27 13
H.R.2516 Civil Riots; Kerner Reports
1968 May-December
27 14
Mondale, Walter F.; McCarthy, Eugene J.; McGovern, George; Case, Clifford P.; Bayh, Birch; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.
Era; Full Opportunity Act; Busing; Equal Rights Amendment
1969
28 1
Wilkins, Roy; Mondale, Walter F.
Era; Busing; Tax Reform; Judiciary; Voter Discrimination; H.R.514 Equality of Educational Opportunity; Equal Rights Amendment
1970
28 2
Brooke, Edward W.; Bayh, Birch; Cook, Marlow W.; Schweiker, Richard S.; Ribicoff, Abraham; Stennis, John C.; Hartke, Vance; Brock, William E.; Tunney, John V.; Hart, Philip A.; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.; Proxmire, William; Scott, Hug
S.J.Res.79 Era; H.R.9272 Subversive Activities Control Board; S.2349 Voting Rights Act; Busing; Equal Rights Amendment
1971
28 3
Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Ribicoff, Abraham
S.2515 Equal Employment Opportunity; Equal Rights Amendment; Busing
1972 January-February
28 4
McGee, Gale; Mondale, Walter F.; Mitchell, Clarence
Busing; Era; H.J.Res.208-Era; Voter Registration; Higher Education; Equal Rights Amendment
1972 March-December
28 5
Hatfield, Mark O.; Mondale, Walter F.; Weicker, Lowell P., Jr.; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Beall, J. Glenn, Jr.
S.1128 Newsmans Privilege Act; Abortion; Busing; Era; Family Planning; Equal Rights Amendment
1973 January-May
28 6
Scott, William L.; Brock, William E.; Nelson, Gaylord; Haskell, Floyd K.
Era; S.287 Public Schools; Mexican Americans; Child Custody; Fair Housing; Individuals Rights; Equal Rights Amendment
1973 April-December
28 7
Brock, William E.; Wilkins, Roy; Hollings, Ernest F.
Busing; S.2738 Surveillance; Aging; Era; Personal Privacy; Minorities; Equal Credit; Equal Rights Amendment
1974
28 8
Clark, Dick
Susan B. Anthony Day; Era; Prayer and Public Broadcasting; Astronauts Reading The Bible; Equal Rights Amendment
1975 January-May
28 9
Era; Polygraph Tests; Religious Broadcasting; Busing; Equal Rights Amendment
1975 June-December
28 10
Evans, John V.; Allen, James B.; Scott, William L.; Glenn, John
Religious Broadcasting; Era; Bible Reading; Busing; Gay Rights; Age Discrimination; International Womans Year; S.3077 Public Schools; Equal Rights Amendment
1976 January-May
28 11
Busing; Criminal Justice System Reform S.1; Bible Reading; School Attendence; Unions; Equal Rights Amendment
1976 June-August
28 12
Tunney, John V.
Attorney's Fee Act; Busing; Religious Broadcasting
1976 September-December
28 13
Domenici, Pete V.; Biden, Joseph R., Jr.
Hispanic Affairs; Equal Education; S.1035 Bail Reform Act; Busing; Equal Rights Amendment
1977 January-June
28 14
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Era Extension; Idaho Womens Commission; Martin Luther King Day; Abortion
1977 July-December
29 1
Abortion
1978
29 2
Era; Immunity From Prosecution; Abortion; Equal Rights Amendment
1978 January-February
29 3
Bell, Griffin B.
Abortion; Era Extension; S.1393 Institutionalized Individuals
1978 March-May
29 4
ERA Extension; Abortion; Equal Rights Amendment
1978 June-August
29 5
Era; Abortion; Equal Rights Amendment
1978 September-December
29 6
Leroy, David H.
Era; Era Extension; Busing; School Prayer; Gay Rights; Equal Rights Amendment
1979 January-June
29 7
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Abortion; Era; Busing; Gay Rights; School Prayer; Martin Luther King Day;
1979 July-December
29 8
Leroy, David H.; Proxmire, William
Institutionalized Individuals; Gay Rights; Era; Taxation of Private Schools; Busing
1980
Civil Service - Craters of the Moon National Monument
Also conservation and consumer affairs.
Box
Folder
29 9 Civil Service
Brawley, H.W.; McCormack, John W.
S.385 Public Employee Training; H.R.4986 Civil Service Retirement Act; Classsification
1957
29 10 Civil Service
Reclassification; Investigations; S.3460 School Offices
1958-1960
29 11 Civil Service
Salaries; Retirement; Postal Pay
1962
29 12 Civil Service
Civil Servants Pay Increase; Retirement; H.R.8716 Federal Employees Salary Act of 1963
1963-1964
29 13 Civil Service
Retirement; S.898 Civil Service Retirement Act Amendment; Pensions
1965-1967
29 14 Civil Service
Muskie, Edmund S.; Stevens, Ted; Bayh, Birch; Proxmire, William; Ellender, Allen J.; McGee, Gale
Health Benefit Plans; Retirement; Federal Pay Legislation
1968-1970
29 15 Civil Service
Ervin, Sam J., Jr.; Bayh, Birch; Nixon, Richard M.; Meany, George; Moss, Frank E.
S.782 Executive Branch Privacy
1971
29 16 Civil Service
Moss, Frank E.
Retirement
1972
30 1 Civil Service
Ervin, Sam J., Jr.
Pay Raises; Privacy
1973
30 2 Civil Service
Brock, William E.; Burdick, Quentin N.; Hartke, Vance; Tunney, John V.; McGee, Gale
H.R.15544 Treasury Department & Postal Service
1974
30 3 Civil Service
Federal Pay Raises
1975 January-September
30 4 Civil Service
Taft, Robert, Jr.
Summer Employment; Federal Pay Raise; S.2386 Payment Freeze; Hatch Act
1975 October-December
30 5 Civil Service
Clark, Dick
Hatch Act; S.1446 Retirement Pay
1976 January-March
30 6 Civil Service
Metcalf, Lee
S.12 Federal Judge Benefits; Cost of Living
1976 April-December
30 7 Civil Service
Schmitt, Harrison; Brooke, Edward W.
S.546 Pay Raise for Congress; Top Level Federal Employees; Quotas
1977 January-March
30 8 Civil Service
Pay Raise; Hatch Act
1977 April-May
30 9 Civil Service
Hatch Act; H.R.8319 Civil Service Retirement
1977 June-December
30 10 Civil Service
S.2868 Torts
1978 January-May
30 11 Civil Service 1978 June-December
30 12 Civil Service
Cranston, Alan
H.R.3418 Canal Zone; S.802 Appointing Peace Corps Workers To Civil Service
1979
30 13 Civil Service
Hollings, Ernest F.; Bellmon, Henry
1980
30 14 Clear Cutting
"Our National Forests" March 24, 1972
1970-1972
30 15 Close-Up Program 1973
30 16 Commerce
Cranston, Alan
Trucking Industry Deregulation
1962-1980
30 17 Communications
Hartke, Vance; Yarborough, Ralph W.; Long, Russell B.; Smylie, Robert E.
Tobacco Ads
1959-1971
31 1 Communications
Omnibus Copyright Reform S.1361; Funding for Public Broadcasting; Extend Broadcast Licensing Period To Five Years S.247; Broadcast License Renewal S.267; Television Sports Blackouts
Testimony At Hearings Before The Subcommittee On Communications On Broadcast Renewal License, June 18-20, 1974
1973-1974 January-July
31 2 Communications
Bentsen, Lloyd
Omnibus Copyright Reform S.1361; Broadcast License Renewal H.R.12993; Television Sports Blackout
1974 August-December
31 3 Communications
Oboler, Eli M.; Davis, William E.; Abbott, James; Bistline, Beverly
Telephones; Public Broadcasting Financing Act H.R.6461/S.893
1975-1977
31 4 Communications 1978-1979
31 5 Communications
Telephone Monopoly; Censorship
1980
31 6 Community Health and Sanitation
Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Proxmire, William; Mondale, Walter F.; Jackson, Henry M.; Bible, Alan; Percy, Charles H.; Montoya, Joseph M.
S.88 Artificial Organs and Transplantation Act; Mental Health; Lead Poisoning; S.2523 Mental Health
1964-1969
31 7 Congress -- Adjournment, Reform, Conference
McGee, Gale; Monroney, A.S. Mike
S.Res.16 Adjournment, Summer Recess
1961; 1963; 1973
31 8 Conservation
Johnson, Lyndon B.; Stevens, Ted; Engle, Clair
S.J.Res.139 Natural Resources; S.Res.121 U.S./Canada Conservation; S.2549 National Conservation of Natural Resource Policy; S.239 Resources and Conservation Act; Greenbelt-Boise River Beautification
Statement On S.239; Statement In Support of S.2549
1957-1961
31 9 Conservation
Johnson, Lyndon B.
1965
31 10 Conservation 1966
31 11 Conservation 1967
31 12 Constitution Day
S.3611 Bicentennial; Bonneville Tricentennial Commission
"Constitution Day" January, 1977
1977-1979
31 13 Consumer Affairs
Percy, Charles H.; Hart, Philip A.; Metcalf, Lee; Proxmire, William; Javits, Jacob K.; Nelson, Gaylord
Gasoline; Packaging; S.1092 Wholesome Fish and Fishery Products Act of 1969; Automotive Safety; S.2933 Inter-Governmental Utility Consumers
1965-1969
31 14 Consumer Affairs
Hart, Philip A.; Moss, Frank E.
Better Business Bureaus
1970
31 15 Consumer Affairs
Mcintyre, Thomas J.; McGovern, George; Moss, Frank E.; Hart, Philip A.; Hartke, Vance; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Cook, Marlow W.; Hruska, Roman L.
S.1985 Labeling; S.986 Product Warranties
1971
32 1 Consumer Affairs
Ribicoff, Abraham; Javits, Jacob K.; Percy, Charles H.
Consumer Affairs
1972
32 2 Consumer Affairs
Ribicoff, Abraham; Javits, Jacob K.; Percy, Charles H.; Moss, Frank E.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Cook, Marlow W.; Hartke, Vance; Tower, John G.; Proxmire, William; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Brock, William E.
S.707 Consumer Protection Agency
1973
32 3 Consumer Affairs
Cook, Marlow W.
Consumer Protection Agency
1974 March-June
32 4 Consumer Affairs
Reagan, Ronald; Domenici, Pete V.
1974 July-August
32 5 Consumer Affairs
Brooke, Edward W.
1974 September-December
32 6 Consumer Affairs
Brooke, Edward W.
S.4225 Consumer Credit Protection
1975 January-April
32 7 Consumer Affairs
Pearson, James B.; Dole, Robert; Javits, Jacob K.; Percy, Charles H.; Ribicoff, Abraham; Taft, Robert, Jr.
1975 May-June
32 8 Consumer Affairs
S.-- Consumer Protection Act of 1975
1975 July-December
32 9 Consumer Affairs 1976
32 10 Consumer Affairs 1977 January-June
32 11 Consumer Affairs
Consumer Protection Agency
1977 July-December
32 12 Consumer Affairs
Mcintyre, Thomas J.
National Consumer Co-Op Bank
1978
32 13 Consumer Affairs
Levin, Carl
1979
32 14 Consumer Affairs
Brick Bill
1980
32 15 Consumer Product Safety Commission
S.1283 Federal Hazardous Substances Labeling Act; S.3419 Consumer Product Safety Act; S.143 Firearms; S.1000 Consumer Product Safety Commission Improvement Act
1960-1975
32 16 Cowboy Hall of Fame
S.Res.32
1957-1958
32 17 Craters of The Moon National Monument
Bible, Alan; Carver, John A., Jr.
S.2537 Craters of The Moon Monument
1961
Crime - Drug stores
Contains files on defense, District of Columbia, draft, drugs and drug store robberies.
Box
Folder
32 18 Crime
S.188 Explosives; H.R.12108 Juvenile Delinquency Act; S.777 Interstate Crime; S.279 Juvenile Delinquency Act of 1961; S.802 Delinquent Children's Act of 1961; H.R.7053 Exclusionary Rule
1959-1967
32 19 Crime 1968
33 1 Crime
Goodell, Charles E.; Samuelson, Don; Hartke, Vance
S.2919 Criminal Offender Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention Act of 1969; S.2920 Bail Reform
1969
33 2 Crime
Tydings, Joseph D.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.; Kennedy, Edward M.; Schweiker, Richard S.; Dodd, Thomas J.
Omnibus Crime Control Act; DC Crime Bill; Terrorism
1970 January-June
33 3 Crime
Tydings, Joseph D.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr; Kennedy, Edward M.; Schweiker, Richard S.; Dodd, Thomas J.
Omnibus Crime Control Act; DC Crime Bill; Terrorism
1970 July-December
33 4 Crime
Bayh, Birch; Cook, Marlow W.; Hollings, Ernest F.; Bentsen, Lloyd; Roth, William V., Jr.; Schweiker, Richard S.; Percy, Charles H.; Hart, Philip A.; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.; Tower, John G.
S.2657 Exclusionary Rule; S.120 Prohibiting Assaults
1971
33 5 Crime
McClellan, John L.; Javits, Jacob K.; Kennedy, Edward M.; Beall, J. Glenn, Jr.; Schweiker, Richard S.
Federal Corrections Reorganization Act; S.2995 Victims of Crime Act of 1972; S.3005 Assistant Attorney General for Organized Crime; Capital Punishment
1972
33 6 Crime
Convict Labor; Speedy Trial; Community Supervision and Services Act; Parole Commission Act of 1973
1973 January-February
33 7 Crime
Burdick, Quentin N.; Hartke, Vance; Tunney, John V.; Beall, J. Glenn, Jr.; Hruska, Roman L.; McClellan, John L.; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.
S.881 Exclusionary Rule; Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Act of 1973; S.1126 Drugs; S.1127 Pre-Trial Detension In Narcotics Cases; S.1796 Ammend Omnibus
1973 March-May
33 8 Crime
Voting Rights of Former Offenders; Federal Criminal Justice System Reorganization Act; No-Knock Law; Pharmacy Robbery
1973 June-December
33 9 Crime
Hart, Philip A.; Fong, Hiram L.; Docking, Robert B.
Drugs; Capital Punishment; Legal Assistants; Juvenile Delinquency; S.3603 No-Knock Laws; Community Anti-Crime Assistance Act of 1974; Model Criminal Justice Reform Act of 1974; Pharmacy Times, May 1974
"Protecting Our Pharmacies", Draft
1974
33 10 Crime
Scott, William L.
American Telephone & Telegraph Antitrust Suit; Gambling; S.448 Immigration; DC Code of Law; Offender Employment and Training Act; Voting Rights of Former Offenders
1975 January-August
33 11 Crime
Parole; S.1 Criminal Justice Reform Act; Gun Control
1975 September-December
33 12 Crime
Nunn, Sam
S.1 Self-Protection; Rape; Law Enforcement; Capital Punishment
1976 January-March
33 13 Crime
Evans, John V.
S.B.1 Law Enforcement Assistance Administration
1976 April-December
33 14 Crime
Roth, William V., Jr.; McClellan, John L.
Victims of Crime Act of 1977; Court Reform; Domestic Crime
1977 January-August
33 15 Crime
Domestic Crime; Child Abuse; Pornography
1977 September-December
33 16 Crime
Obscenities; S.1314 Habeas Corpus
1978
33 17 Crime
S, 2565 Rape; Victims of Crime Act of 1979; S.105 Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act of 1979; Law Enforcement Planning Commission; S.1214 Motor Vehicle Theft Prevention; Exclusionary Rule
1979
34 1 Crime
False Indentification Crimes; Capital Punishment; Federal Criminal Code Reform; S.1843 Shelter Homes
1980
34 2 Crime -- Criminal Code Reform Act 1979
34 3 Crime -- Transportation of Gambling Devices
Senate Select Committee On Labor Management Relations; S.2107 Transportation of Gambling Devices In Interstate and Foreign Commerce; H.R.252 Gambling Devices; S.2206 Gambling Devices
"Introduce S.2107", June 4, 1959
1959-1961
34 4 Daylight Savings Time 1974
34 5 Defense
Douglas, Paul H.; Symington, Stuart; Magnuson, Warren G.; Smith, H. Alexander
1957-1958
34 6 Defense
Beall, J. Glenn, Sr.; Eastland, James O.
1959-1961
34 7 Defense -- Appropriations 1975-1976
34 8 Defense -- Civil 1958-1973
34 9 Department of Peace
Hartke, Vance
Military
1969
34 10 Disarmament
Clark, Joseph S.
S.Con.Res.64 Planning for Peace Resolution
1964
34 11 Disease
Proxmire, William; Long, Oren E.
Health; Disease
1959-1963
34 12 District of Columbia
H.R.5676
1959
34 13 District of Columbia 1960-1961
34 14 District of Columbia
Byrd, Robert C.
1962
34 15 District of Columbia
S.J.Res.116 Pennsylvania Avenue As A National Historic Site
1965-1967
34 16 District of Columbia 1970
34 17 District of Columbia 1970
34 18 Draft
Kennedy, Edward M.; Schweiker, Richard S.; Hatfield, Mark O.
S.4013 Voluntary Military Manpower Procurement Act of 1968
1969
34 19 Draft
Hatfield, Mark O.
1970
34 20 Draft
Stennis, John C.; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Gravel, Mike
1971 January-May
34 21 Draft
Cook, Marlow W.; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Hartke, Vance; Stevens, Ted; Gravel, Mike; Byrd, Robert C.; Schweiker, Richard S.; Allott, Gordon; Hatfield, Mark O.
H.R.6531 Increase Military Pay
1971 June-December
34 22 Draft
Hatfield, Mark O.
Military
1972
35 1 Draft
Hatfield, Mark O.
Military Selective Service Act With Analysis, February 22, 1972; End of Draft; Amnesty for Resisters/Deserters
1973
35 2 Drought 1977
35 3 Drugs
Kefauver, Estes
Regulating The Drug Industry; H.R.12485 Pharmacies and The Sale of Poisons; S.1552 Drug Industry Antitrust Act
1959-1961
35 4 Drugs
Kefauver, Estes
Vitamins and Food Supplements; S.1552 Drug Industry Antitrust Act
1962
35 5 Drugs
Krebiozen
1963-1968
35 6 Drugs
Tydings, Joseph D.; Goodell, Charles E.; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.
Legalization of Marijuana; Drug Abuse In United States; DMSO; H.R.1180 FDA Defines Food Supplements
1969
35 7 Drugs
Hughes, Harold E.; Dodd, Thomas J.; McClellan, John L.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.
Controlled Dangerous Substances Act of 1969; Drug Abuse In The United States; Crime and Drug Abuse; Narcotics and Marijuana Laws; DMSO; Comprehensive Drug Abuse and Prevention Act of 1970
1970
35 8 Drugs
Mcintyre, Thomas J.; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Jha, L.K.
National Organization To Reform Marijuana Laws; Legalization of Heroin; Importation of Illegal Drugs; S.1188 Countries Exporting Illegal Drugs
1971 January-June
35 9 Drugs
Peale, Norman Vincent
Marijuana Laws Statement From Norml; Drug Abuse In Idaho and The U.S.; Drug Education Programs; Drug Smuggling; Legalization of Heroin; S.1188 Nations Exporting Illegal Drugs To U.S.; American Legion Statement of Policy On Drugs and Drug Abuse
1971 July-December
35 10 Drugs
Cook, Marlow W.; Bayh, Birch; Hughes, Harold E.; Javits, Jacob K.
S.3846 Narcotic Addict Treatment Act of 1972; S.738 Immigration and Nationality Act; Drug Abuse; Marijuana Laws; Abolishment of The FDA S.983; Illegal Traffic In Drugs; Narconon-for The Reduction of Crime and Drug Abuse; Committee for A Sane Drug Policy
1972
35 11 Drugs
Barbiturate Abuse In The United States; S.277 Immigration and Nationality Act; H.R.643 FDA Controls On Vitamins and Food Supplements; Reforming National and International Narcotics Laws
1973 January-March
35 12 Drugs
Hartke, Vance
H.R.643 FDA Restrictions On Vitamin and Food Supplements; Marijuana Laws; Drug Abuse; International Drug Traffic; Presidents Drug Enforcement Reorganization Plan No. 2; Community Co-Ordination of Drug Abuse Control
1973 April-May
35 13 Drugs
H.R.643 FDA Regulating Vitamin and Food Supplement Content; International Drug Traffic; Drug Abuse; Marijuana Laws
1973 June-August
35 14 Drugs
Proxmire, William
Cyclamates; Drug Abuse; Marijuana Laws; S.2801 Food Supplement Amendments of 1973
1973 September-December
35 15 Drugs
Marijuana Laws; S.2801 Food Supplement Amendments of 1973
1974 January-February
35 16 Drugs
H.R.643 and S.2801 FDA Restrictions On Vitamins and Food Supplements
1974 March
35 17 Drugs
S.2801 Food Supplement Amendment; S.2373-Food Labeling Legislation; Marijuana Laws Reform
1974 April-June
36 1 Drugs
Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention Act; S.2801 Food Supplement Amendment; Marijuana Law Reform
1974 July-August
36 2 Drugs
Kennedy, Edward M.; Javits, Jacob K.; Proxmire, William
Food Supplement Amendments S.2801
1974 September-December
36 3 Drugs
Proxmire, William; Schweiker, Richard S.
S.548 Food Supplement Amendments; Marijuana Law Reform; Drug Abuse; Cyclamates
1975
36 4 Drugs
Decriminalization of Marijuana; Drug Abuse
1976
36 5 Drugs
S.1750 Ban On Use of Saccharin; Cyclamates; Laetrile
1977
36 6 Drugs
Decriminalization of Marijuana; S.2778 Penalties for Illegal Manufacture Or Distribution of PCP
1978
36 7 Drugs
Ban On Saccharin; Laetrile; Marijuana Law Reform; Report: Gains Made In Controlling Illegal Drugs, Yet The Drug Trade Flourishes
1979
36 8 Drugs
DMSO; Marijuana Law Reform; Ban On Drug Paraphernalia
1980
36 9 Drugs -- Organizations
One-Man Organization To Prevent Drug, Alcohol, and Tobacco Use
1975
36 10 Drug Store and Pharmacy Robberies
H.R.5976 Penalties for Pharmacy Robberies; S.2327 Federal Penalties for The Robbery of Controlled Substances From A Pharmacy
Speech: "Protecting Our Pharmacies", [1973]
1973
36 11 Drug Store and Pharmacy Robberies
Subcommittee Hearing Report: "Drug Abuse: The Pharmacist"
1974
36 12 Drug Store and Pharmacy Robberies
S.1880 Gun Control Act; S.2327 Pharmacy Robberies; S.2110 Controlled Substances Act; White Paper On Drug Abuse
1975
36 13 Drug Store and Pharmacy Robberies
S.509 Controlled Substances Act
1976-1978
Economics
Box
Folder
36 14
Rogers, Malcolm; Kefauver, Estes
Equality of Opportunity Act S.11
1956; 1957 January
36 15
Sparkman, John J.; Eastland, James O.; Barnes, Wendell B.; Butler, John Marshall
S.11 Equality of Opportunity Act
1957 February-December
36 16
Anderson, Jack Z.; Reuther, Walter P.; Flanders, Ralph E.; O'Mahoney, Joseph C.
S.11 Equality of Opportunity Act; S.1762 Small Business Administration Loan Limit
1958
37 1
Hart, Philip A.; Murray, James E.; Kefauver, Estes; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Sparkman, John J.
S.1083 Fair Trade Act; Small Business Administration; S.11 Clayton Act
1959
37 2
Kefauver, Estes; Reuther, Walter P.
Fair Trade Legislation; Manufacturers Financing The Sale of Vehicles S.838 & S.839; S.2545 Exempt Professional Team Sports From Anti-Trust Laws; S.838/S.839 Automobile Finance and Insurance Agency Anti-Trust Act of 1959
1959
37 3
Exempt Professional Team Sports From Anti-Trust Laws S.2545
1960
37 4
Dupont Anti-Trust Case
1961
37 5
Kefauver, Estes
Price Fixing In The Steel Industry; S.11 Equality of Opportunity Bill
1962
37 6
Douglas, Paul H.; Proxmire, William; Kefauver, Estes
S.11 Declaration of Purpose and Policy; S.942 Clayton Act
1963-1964
37 7
Fowler, Henry H.; Hartke, Vance; Bayh, Birch; McClellan, John L.; Clark, Joseph S.
Buy American Legislation
1965
37 8 1966
37 9
Government Spending; Space; Defense
1967
37 10 1968
37 11
Boggs, J. Caleb; Mcintyre, Thomas J.; Muskie, Edmund S.; Mundt, Karl E.
Inflation; Wage and Price Controls
1969
37 12
Mondale, Walter F.
Cost of Living Inflation; Bank Holding Company Bill H.R.6778
1970 January-February
37 13
Bennett, Wallace F.; Eagleton, Thomas F.
Inflation; H.R. 6778 Bank Holding Company Bill
1970 March-April
37 14
Proxmire, William
Inflation; Bank Holding Company Bill H.R.6778
1970 May-September
37 15
McClellan, John L.
S.Res.463
1970 October-December
37 16
Proxmire, William; Symington, Stuart; Brooke, Edward W.; Brock, William E.; Baker, Howard H., Jr.; Pearson, James B.; Sparkman, John J.; Randolph, Jennings
Nixon's Wage-Price Freeze; Credit Union Insurance; S.2413 To Establish A National Commission On Wages and Prices
1971 January-October
37 17
Javits, Jacob K.; Taft, Robert, Jr.; Hartke, Vance; Harris, Fred R.
Impoundment of Funds; Wage-Price Freeze; Economic Stabilization Act of 1971
1971 November-December
38 1
Proxmire, William; Moss, Frank E.; Brock, William E.
Debt Ceiling Legislation; Wage-Price Freeze; Fair Credit Billing Act S.652; H.R.12910 Public Debt
1972
38 2
Proxmire, William; Brock, William E.; Nunn, Sam; Stevens, Ted; Bible, Alan
Impoundment of Funds; Inflation; Nixon's Phase III Economic Program Budget Cutbacks; Equal Credit Opportunity Act
1973 January-March
38 3
Taft, Robert, Jr.; Montoya, Joseph M.; Scott, William L.; Tunney, John V.; Schweiker, Richard S.; Carter, Jimmy; Bellmon, Henry
Impoundment of Funds; Government Spending; Small Business Administration Disaster Relief; Ban On "Now" Accounts; S.1672 Small Business Act
1973 April-June
38 4
Curtis, Carl T.
Inflation; S.2215 Balanced Budget Bill
1973 July-December
38 5
Mcintyre, Thomas J.; Proxmire, William; McClellan, John L.
Inflation; Budget Reform Act; S.1541 Senate Budget Committee
1974 January-March
38 6
Proxmire, William; McClellan, John L.
Economic Stabilization Act Amendments of 1974; (S.3032 and S.2961) Wage-Price Controls; S.3215 Professional and Technical Assistance To Exporting Act of 1974
1974 April-May
38 7
Montoya, Joseph M.; Hartke, Vance
S.3771 Economic Review Act of 1974; S.3514 Federal Grant and Cooperative Agreement Act of 1974; S.Res.347 Committee On Commerce
1974 June-September
38 8 1974 October-December
38 9 1975 January
38 10
Beall, J. Glenn, Jr.
Balance Budget
1975 February
38 11
Curtis, Carl T.
Inflation; Tax Rebate Proposals; Budget Deficit
1975 March-May
38 12
Clark, Dick; McClellan, John L.; Javits, Jacob K.
S.2067 Budget Authority
1975 June-September
39 1
Balanced Growth and Economic Planning Act S.1795; S.2597 Amendment, Emergency Municipal Financing Act of 1975; S.2617 Minority Business Development and Assistance Act of 1975
1975 October-December
39 2
Proxmire, William; Javits, Jacob K.; Brooke, Edward W.; Fannin, Paul J.; Symington, Stuart
Balanced Growth and Economic Planning Act of 1975 S.1795; Public Works Employment Act of 1976 S.3201; Interest On Checking Accounts; S.3421 Federal Trade Commission Act; S.3494 Federal Bank Examination Council Act
1976
39 3
Curtis, Carl T.
Humphrey-Hawkins Bill; International Banking Act H.R.7325; S.1076 Emergency Product Liability Act; S.711 Federal Bank Examination Council Act; S.607 Minority Business Development Act of 1977; S.J.Res.180 Balanced Budget Amendment
1977
39 4
Weicker, Lowell P., Jr.
Humphrey-Hawkins Bill; H.R.7516 Federal Expenditures
1978 January-May
39 5
Blumenthal, W. Michael; Clark, Joseph S.
Humphrey-Hawkins Bill; Federal Aid To New York City; Support for A Constitutional Amendment for A Balanced Budget
1978 June-December
39 6
Proxmire, William; Armstrong, William L.; Evans, John V.
Credit Control Act Repeal; Regulation of Money Market Certificates; H.R.2534 Public Debt Limit; S.119 Business Reporting Act of 1979; S.Res.59 Small Savers Equity Resolution of 1979
1979 January-March
39 7
S.600 Small and Independent Business Protection Act of 1979
1979 April-July
39 8
Schweiker, Richard S.; Levin, Carl; Pryor, David; Evans, John V.
Deregulation of Banks H.R.4986; Small Business Inovation Act of 1979
1979 August-October
39 9
Levin, Carl
Chrysler Loans; Bank Deregulation; S.2002 Consumer Credit Protection Act
1979 November-December
39 10
Magnuson, Warren G.
S.J.Res.126 Fiscal Responsibility
1980 January-March
39 11
Miller, G. William; Heinz, H. John III
S.2417 Productivity Improvement Act of 1980
1980 April-June
40 1
Boren, David L.; Levin, Carl
Sunset Bill of 1980 S.2
1980
40 2 Economics : Aid to New York City
Motley, Arthur H.; Barnes, John B.
Aid To New York City
1975
40 3 Economics : Small Business
Robertson, A. Willis; Sparkman, John J.; Humphrey, Hubert H.
Remove Construction Industries From Sea Set Aside Program S.1363; Establish Select Committee On Small Business S.Res.30
1962-1964
Education
Includes federal aid to education, parochial schools, school lunches, and student loans.
Box
Folder
40 4
Hill, Lister
S.1134 Education Act of 1957
1956-1957 May
40 5
Waterman, Alan J.
S.Res.49 Rural Library Services
1957 June-December
40 6
Proxmire, William; Clark, Joseph S.
1958 January-June
40 7
National Defense Education Act of 1958
1958 July-December
40 8
Smylie, Robert E.; McGee, Gale; Mcintosh, Carl W.; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.
Education
1959
40 9
Moss, Frank E.; Clark, Joseph S.
S.8 Murray-Metcalf Bill; Federal Aid for School Construction and Teachers Salaries; Loyalty Oath From Students Who Receive Federal Aid
1960 January-February
40 10
Kerr, Robert S.; Long, Oren E.
1960 March-June
40 11
Macomber, William B., Jr.
1960 July-December
40 12
Duke, Joseph; Symington, Stuart
1961
40 13
Moss, Frank E.
S.3477 University Extension Education Act of 1962
1962
40 14
Walker, Donald E.
Vocational Education Act of 1963; H.R.6112 Add Title Xi To The National Defense Education Act of 1958
1963
41 1
Walker, Donald E.
Library Service and Construction Act; S.3140 Higher Education Student Assistance Act of 1964
1964
41 2
Kennedy, Edward M.; Gruening, Ernest; Treinen, Sylvester
Higher Education Act of 1965
1965 January-February
41 3
Javits, Jacob K.
1965 March-April
41 4
Chaffee, Eugene B.
1965 May-June
41 5
Hartke, Vance; Yarborough, Ralph W.; Davis, William E.; McClellan, John L.
1965 July-August
41 6
Muskie, Edmund S.
S.2532 Grants for Construction of Elementary and Secondary Schools
1965 September
41 7
Chaffee, Eugene B.; Keppel, Francis; Hartung, Ernest W.
Education
"The Education Decade In America" At The Annual Idaho Education Association Meeting, September 30, 1965
1965 October-December
41 8 1966 January
41 9
S.2228 Overseas Teachers Pay; S.3076 Extend Library Services Act
1966 February
41 10
Hartung, Ernest W.
1966 March
41 11
Sargent, John T.; Williams, Arnold; Hearst, Randolph A.
1966 April
41 12 1966 May
41 13
Mink, Patsy T.; Taylor, James L.
1966 June-July
41 14
Long, Russell B.
1966 August-December
41 15
Davis, William E.
1967 January-April
41 16
Davis, William E.
1967 May-June
42 1
Randolph, Jennings
1967 July-August
42 2
Samuelson, Don; Byrd, Harry F., Jr.
1967 September-December
42 3
Nelson, Gaylord; Knox, Warren B.; Hearst, Randolph A.
1968 January-May
42 4
Sterling, J.E. Wallace
S.3770 Amendment To The Vocational Education Act of 1963
1968 June-July
42 5
Hart, Philip A.
1968 August-December
42 6
Yarborough, Ralph W.; Smylie, Robert E.
S.1189 Educational Technology Act of 1969; Sex Education In Public Schools; School District Reorganization
1969 January-April
42 7
Eagleton, Thomas F.; Barnes, John B.
Sex Education
1969 May-July
42 8 1969 August-December
42 9
Dole, Robert
S.4002 Establishment of A National Information and Resource Center for The Handicapped
1970
42 10
Griffin, Robert P.; Barnes, John B.
Speech By John Barnes, Bsu President, On Six Gaps In Higher Education In The U.S., Fall, 1971
1971
42 11
Dominick, Peter H.
S.659 Sex Discrimination In School; Education
1972
42 12
Dominick, Peter H.; Tower, John G.; Brock, William E.; Case, Clifford P.; Andrus, Cecil D.; Gravel, Mike; Schweiker, Richard S.; Beall, J. Glenn, Jr.
Vocational Education; Bilingual Education; Community Schools; Nursing Education Cutbacks
1973 January-March
42 13
Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.; Hanks, Nancy; Dominick, Peter H.; Abourezk, James S.
1973 April-June
42 14 1973 July-September
42 15
S.1490 Advisory Committee On Inter-Governmental Relations; Education
1973 October-December
43 1
Weinberger, Casper; Moss, Ted
Indian Self-Determination In Education, A Statement; School Prayer
1974 January-March
43 2
Pell, Claiborne; Buckley, James L.
1974 April-June
43 3 1974 July-September
43 4
Magnuson, Warren G.
1974 October-December
43 5
Scott, William L.; Taft, Robert, Jr.
S.3639 Children and Youth Camp Safety Act
1975 January-February
43 6
Hartung, Ernest W.
1975 March
43 7
Davis, William E.
1975 April-June
43 8
McGee, Gale; Laxalt, Paul
S.1307 Forestry Research; H.R.8548 Amendment To Social Security Act
1975 July-August
43 9
Hartung, Ernest W.
1975 September-December
43 10 1976 January-April
43 11
Glenn, John; Fannin, Paul J.; Pell, Claiborne; Barnes, John B.
1976 May-September
43 12
Hartung, Ernest W.
1976 October-December
43 13
Magnuson, Warren G.; Ribicoff, Abraham; Roth, William V., Jr.; Schweiker, Richard S.
S.701 Emergency Educational Assistance Act
1977 January-June
43 13
Lance, Bert; Coulter, Myron L.; Packwood, Bob
Tuition Tax Credit
1977 July-December
43 14
Boyer, Ernest
1978 January-March
43 15
Magnuson, Warren G.
University Year for Action Program
1978 April-June
43 16
Morgan, Robert; Bellmon, Henry; Evans, John V.
Indian Education Programs
1978 July-September
44 1 1978 October-December
44 2 1979 January-February
44 3
Moore, Frank; Magnuson, Warren G.
1979 March-June
44 4
Establishment of Cabinet Level, Department of Education
1979 July-September
44 5
Keiser, John H.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Cohen, William S.; Evans, John V.; Bentsen, Lloyd
1979 October-December
44 6 1980 January-March
44 7
Magnuson, Warren G.
Follow Through Program; School Lunch Act; Federal Surplus Property Program
1980 April-May
44 8
Treinen, Sylvester; Keiser, John H.
Education; Boise State University; Public Interest Research Group; Prig
1980 June-August
44 9 1980 September-December
44 10 Education : Colleges
Long, Oren E.; Macomber, William B., Jr.
1959-1961
44 11 Education : Colleges
Wilkinson, Ernest L.; Hartke, Vance; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.
1962-1965
44 12 Education : Colleges
S.3047 Higher Education Amendment of 1966
1966
44 13 Education : Federal Aid 1958
44 14 Education : Federal Aid
Hill, Lister; Mcintosh, Carl W.; Murray, James E.
S.2 School Support Act of 1959; Federal Aid To Education
1959 January-June
44 15 Education : Federal Aid
Kennedy, John F.; Clark, Joseph S.
S.J.Res.127 Education for The Deaf; Federal Aid To Education
1959 July-December
44 16 Education : Federal Aid
Magnuson, Warren G.; Morse, Wayne
S.8 School Assistance Act of 1960; Federal Aid To Education
1960
44 17 Education : Federal Aid
Goldwater, Barry M.
Federal Aid To Education
1961 January-June
44 18 Education : Federal Aid
Scott, Hugh; Chaffee, Eugene B.; Morse, Wayne; Walker, Donald E.
Federal Aid To Education
1961 July-December
45 1 Education : Federal Aid 1961
45 2 Education : Federal Aid 1961
45 3 Education : Federal Aid
Federal Aid To Education; Parochial Schools
1961
45 4 Education : Federal Aid
Federal Aid To Education; Parochial Schools
1961
45 5 Education : Federal Aid
Case, Francis; Javits, Jacob K.; Morse, Wayne; Gruening, Ernest; Cooper, John Sherman
S.1021 School Assistance Act of 1961; S.1556 Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1961; Federal Aid To Education
1961
45 6 Education : Federal Aid
McClellan, John L.
1962
45 7 Education : Federal Aid
O'Brien, Lawrence F.; Chaffee, Eugene B.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.
Vocational Education H.R.4955
1963
45 8 Education : Federal Aid
Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Hartke, Vance; Walker, Donald E.; Parochial Schools
1963
45 9 Education : Federal Aid
Ribicoff, Abraham; Treinen, Sylvester
1964
45 10 Education : Federal Aid 1965
45 11 Education : Federal Aid 1968
45 12 Education : Federal Aid 1969 January-June
45 13 Education : Federal Aid
Javits, Jacob K.; Mondale, Walter F.; Boggs, J. Caleb
1969 July-December
45 14 Education : Federal Aid
Javits, Jacob K.
1970 January-June
45 15 Education : Federal Aid
Muskie, Edmund S.; Nelson, Gaylord; Kennedy, Edward M.; Goodell, Charles E.; Hatfield, Mark O.; McGovern, George; Yarborough, Ralph W.; Hart, Philip A.; Javits, Jacob K.; Percy, Charles H.; Cook, Marlow W.; Mondale, Walter F.; Pell, Claiborne; Spong, Wiln
1970 July-December
45 16 Education : Federal Aid
Hart, Philip A.; Mondale, Walter F.; Brooke, Edward W.; Case, Clifford P.; Ribicoff, Abraham; Harris, Fred R.; Gurney, Edward J.; Hartung, Ernest W.; Tunney, John V.; Barnes, John B.; Davis, William E.
1971 January-June
45 17 Education : Federal Aid
Hartke, Vance; Taft, Robert, Jr.; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.
1971 July-December
46 1 Education : Federal Aid
Cranston, Alan; Harris, Fred R.
1972 January-June
46 2 Education : Federal Aid 1972 July-December
46 3 Education : Federal Aid
Wise, Helen D.; Mondale, Walter F.; Smylie, Robert E.; Pell, Claiborne; Davis, William E.; Javits, Jacob K.; Stevenson, Adlai E. III
1973
46 4 Education : Federal Aid
McClellan, John L.
1974
46 5 Education : Federal Aid 1975
46 6 Education : Federal Aid 1976-1977
46 7 Education : Higher Education
Davis, William E.; Knox, Warren B.
S.2532 Grants for Construction of Elementary and Secondary Schools; Higher Education Act of 1965 S.600
1965 September-December
46 8 Education : Higher Education
Theophilus, D.R.; Miller. Hellen M.; Riley, John E.; Knox, Warren B.; Morse, Wayne; Chaffee, Eugene B.; Haworth, Leland J.
S.600 Higher Education Act of 1965; Report: Fortune Favors The Brave
1965 June-August
46 9 Education : Higher Education
Davis, William E.; Hartung, Ernest W.
Tax Deduction for Teacher's Educational Expenses S.1203; Cedar Flat Job Corps Center; Higher Education
1966-1969
46 10 Education : National Science Foundation Grant Program
Randolph, Jennings; Hill, Lister
1965
46 11 Education : Orofino School District
Randolph, Jennings
Dworshak Dam Construction
1968-1969
46 12 Education : P.L. 874
Morse, Wayne
Speech: "Impact Funds Vital To Idaho", In Senate, January 13, 1966
1966
46 13 Education : P.L. 874
Spong, William B., Jr.
S.382 Amendment To P.L.874; S.1125 Elementary and Secondary Education Amendments of 1967; H.R.6547 Appopriation for School Assistance
1967-1968
46 14 Education : P.L. 874
Gravel, Mike; Spong, William B., Jr.; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Montoya, Joseph M.
The Federally Impacted Areas Program In Idaho; Administration of Public Laws 81-874 and 81-815; Commissioners Report On Education
1969
46 15 Education : P.L. 874
Eagleton, Thomas F.; Case, Clifford P.
H.R.16916 Appropriations for Office of Education
1970-1972
47 1 Education : P.L. 874
Dominick, Peter H.
1973
47 2 Education : P.L. 874
Pell, Claiborne
1974
47 3 Education : P.L. 874 1975-1976
47 4 Education : P.L. 874
Metcalf, Lee
1977
47 5 Education : P.L. 874
Pell, Claiborne; Magnuson, Warren G.
Impact Aid
1978-1979
47 6 Education : P.L. 874 1980
47 7 Education : School Lunches
Ribicoff, Abraham; Proxmire, William; Hart, Philip A.
S.2921 Children's Special Milk Act; S.1515 National School Lunch Act of 1961
1961-1967
47 8 Education : School Lunches 1977
47 9 Education : School Lunches
Bergland, Bob
Cash-In-Lieu of Commodities; S.146 To Extend and Increase The Special Milk Program for Children; School Lunches
1979
47 10 Education : School Lunches
Bergland, Bob
Cash-In-Lieu of Commodities In School Food Service Programs; Amend National School Lunch Act; Congressional Budget Office Report: "Feeding Children: Federal Child Nutrition Policies In The 1980's"
1980
47 11 Education : School Lunches
"The School Lunch Local Control Act of 1980" March 6, 1980
1980
47 12 Education : School Lunches
Cash-In-Lieu of Commodities Program for School Lunches
1980
47 13 Education : State of Idaho 1963-1965
47 14 Education : Student Loans 1968
47 15 Education : Student Loans 1969
47 16 Education : Student Loans
Kennedy, Edward M.
1970
47 17 Education : Student Loans 1971
47 18 Education : Trio Program 1979
47 19 Education : Vocational
Denman, George E.; Hill, Lister
S.4301 Area Vocational-Technical Education Act of 1956; S.1298 Area Vocational Education Act of 1957; Vocational Education Amendments, 1968-1969
1956
Economic reform - Environment
Considerable material on energy-related topics such as coal, conservation, gasohol, geothermal, hydroelectric, natural gas, nuclear and oil.
Box
Folder
48 1 Election Reform
S.J.Res.207 To Suspend Communication Act of 1934 for The 1960 Presidential Campaign; S.3171 To Provide The Use of Television for The 1960 Presidential Candidates
1960-1962
48 2 Election Reform
Bayh, Birch
S.J.Res.2 Direct Election of The President
1967
48 3 Election Reform
Abolish Electoral College; 18 Year Old Vote
1968
48 4 Election Reform
Curtis, Carl T.
Electoral College Reform; Direct Election of The President; 18 Year Old Vote; Representation for The District of Columbia; One-Man, One-Vote In Congressional Districting; S.J.Res.7 Extend Right To Vote To 18 Year Olds; S.J.Res.19; S.J.Res.20 Proposed Ame
1969 January-March
48 5 Election Reform
Mundt, Karl E.; Cordova, Jorge L.; Kennedy, Edward M.; Cannon, Howard W.
Electoral College Reform; Direct Election of The President; 18 Year Old Vote; S.J.Res.59 30 Day Residency To Vote In A Presidential Election
1969 April-December
48 6 Election Reform
Kennedy, Edward M.; Dole, Robert; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Cook, Marlow W.
Direct Election of President; 18 Year Old Vote; Representation for The District of Columbia; Abolition of The Electoral College
1970 January-May
48 7 Election Reform
Dole, Robert; Brooke, Edward W.; Tydings, Joseph D.; Fong, Hiram L.; Harris, Fred R.; Griffin, Robert P.; Kennedy, Edward M.
Political Broadcasting Bill; 18 Year Old Right To Vote (Voting Rights Act of 1970); Direct Election of The President; Electoral College Reform; Voter Turnout; Voter Registration; Representation for District of Columbia; S.J.Res.1 Amendments To Provide Di
1970 June-December
48 8 Election Reform
McGee, Gale; Inouye, Daniel K.; Kennedy, Edward M.; Gambrell, David H.; Pearson, James B.; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Gilligan, John J.; Hatfield, Mark O.; Scott, Hugh; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.; Dominick, Peter H.; Bayh, Birch
Direct Election of The President; Political Campaign Financing Reform; Voter Registration; S.2574 National Voter Registration Administration; H.R.6852 Congressional Districting Procedures; S.4238 Universal Enrollment Act of 1970; S.1 Honest Elect
1971
48 9 Election Reform
Cook, Marlow W.; Kennedy, Edward M.; McGee, Gale
18 Year Old Right To Vote; Voter Registration Act S.2574
1972
48 10 Election Reform
McGee, Gale; Hart, Philip A.
Public Financing of Federal Elections; Voter Registration; Senate Pay Raises; S.352 Establish A Voter Registration Administration
1973
48 11 Election Reform
Cannon, Howard W.; Bartlett, Dewey F.; Biden, Joseph R., Jr.; Roth, William V., Jr.
Campaign Funding Reform; Direct Election of The President; Campaign Disclosures; S.4196 Public Financing of Election To Congress
1974
48 12 Election Reform
League of Women Voters; Campaign Financing
1974
48 13 Election Reform
League of Women Voters; Campaign Financing
1974
48 14 Election Reform
Chiles, Lawton; Roth, William V., Jr.; Bayh, Birch
Voter Registration Program; Disputed Senate Seat In New Hampshire; S.260 Government In The Sunshine Act
1975
48 15 Election Reform
McGee, Gale
Postcard Voter Registration Bill S.1177
1976 January-March
48 16 Election Reform
McClellan, John L.
Postcard Voter Registration S.1177; Federal Election Campaign Act Amendment S.3065
1976 April
48 17 Election Reform
Postcard Voter Registration Bill
1976 May-December
49 1 Election Reform
Universal Voter Registration Act S.1072; Congressional and Presidential Campaign Funding
1977 January-June
49 2 Election Reform
Hammer, Armand
Abolition of Electoral College; Voter Registration S.1072; Public Financing of Congressional Campaigns S.926; Union Dues In Elections
1977 July-December
49 3 Election Reform
Bayh, Birch; Baker, Howard H., Jr.
Abolish Electoral College S.J.Res.1
1978
49 4 Election Reform
Hatfield, Mark O.; Bayh, Birch; Larson, Reed; Cannon, Howard W.
Political Action Committees Contributions; Direct Election of The President; District of Columbia-Voting Rights; Public Financing of Congressional Elections; S.871 Parking Fees Act of 1979; S.Res.127 To Maintain Number of Senate Employees; S.J.Re
1979
49 5 Election Reform
Tate, S. Shepherd
Direct Election of The President
"It's Time The People Elected President!" In Senate, September 14, 1970
1979
49 6 Election Reform
Political Action Committee Contributions; Railsback Amendment S.832
1980
49 7 Emergency Medical Services In National Forests
H.R.10603/S.2714 Emergency Services In National Forest System
1975 November
49 8 Emergency Medical Services In National Forests
H.R.3559 Emergency Services In The National Forest System
1980
49 9 Emissions Control
Pollution
1974 February
49 10 Employment
Age Discrimination In Employment Act
1975
49 11 Energy
Gravel, Mike; Haskell, Floyd K.; Pastore, John O.; Mcintyre, Thomas J.; Metcalf, Lee
Alaska Pipeline; Background Information Evaluating The National Energy Dilemma; Alaska Oil: Its Impact On The Puget Sound Region; Thermal Power Plant Siting In The Pacific Northwest; Twenty Questions On Electric Power: Loads and Resources In The Pacific
1973 January-April
49 12 Energy
Miller, Arnold; Abourezk, James S.
S.1599 Provide for Continued Sale of Gasoline To Independent Gasoline Retailers; S.1570 Emergency Allocation of Petroleum
1973 April-May
49 13 Energy
Pastore, John O.
Alaska Pipeline
1973 May-June
49 14 Energy
Fuel Shortage; Voluntary Crude Oil and Refinery Products Allocation Program
1973 June
49 15 Energy
Mcintyre, Thomas J.; Haskell, Floyd K.; Abourezk, James S.; Amyx, Jay S.
Proposed Gasoline Tax Increase; Problems Obtaining Fuel By Small Independent Gas Stations and Farmers; S.-- Grant Rights-of-Way for Pipelines Under The Mineral Leasing Act; Phase Iv Regulations for Petroleum Dealers
1973 July-August
49 16 Energy
Cook, Marlow W.; Macnaughton, Alan A.; Moss, Frank E.
Alaska Oil Pipeline
1973 July-December
49 17 Energy
Fuel Shortage; Phase Iv Regulations for Retail Petroleum Sales; Fuel Allocation
1973 September-October
50 1 Energy
Dobler, Norma
Gas Tax Increase; Proposed Closing of Gas Stations On Sunday; 55 Mph Speed Limit
1973 November-December
50 2 Energy
Fuel Shortage; Emergency Petroleum Allocation Act S.1570; Energy Conservation; Proposal To Limit Operating Hours of Certain Retail Marketing Operations
1973 November-December
50 3 Energy
Fuel Use and Recreational Activities; S.2589
1973 December
50 3 Energy
Energy Crisis; Emergency Fuel Shortage Contingency Program; Arab Oil Embargo; Oil Depletion Allowance; Recycling and Conservation; Home Heating Defense Production Act; Space Program
1973 December
50 4 Energy
Energy Crisis; Proposal To Increase Taxes On Gasoline; Fuel Rationing; Oil Exports; Watergate; Public Transportation; Amtrak; Daylight Savings; Conservation
1973 December
50 5 Energy
Morton, Rogers C.B.; Spahr, Charles E.
U.S. Energy Fact Sheets By States and Regions; S.70 Energy Policy Act of 1973
1973
50 6 Energy 1974 January
50 7 Energy 1974 January
50 8 Energy
Gas Saving Carburetor Ruled Illegal; Auto Pollution Control Devices; Fuel Efficiency; Gasoline Rationing Proposals; Proposed Gas Tax Increase
1974 January-February
50 9 Energy
Energy Crisis; Fuel Shortage; Fuel Rationing; Oil Company Profits and Regulations; Multinational Corporations; National Energy Emergency Act S.2589; Domestic Oil Exploration; Conservation; Alternative Energy Sources; Emission Control, Fuel Consumption;
1974 February-March
50 10 Energy
Cook, Marlow W.; Logan, Harry A., Jr.; Meany, George; Long, Russell B.; Hardy, George
Oil Industry; Windfall Profits Regulation; Multinational Corporations; Energy Crisis; Fuel Shortage; 55 Mph Speed Limit; Energy Transportation Security Act H.R.8193; Conservation; Oil and Gas Tax Act of 1974 H.R.14462; Alternative Energy Sources; Ener
1974 April-August
50 10 Energy
National Energy Research and Development Act S.1283; Emergency Petroleum Allocation Act
1974 April-August
50 11 Energy
Long, Russell B.; Love, W.H.
Energy Crisis; Fuel Shortage; Gas Tax; Oil Depletion Allowance Phase Out; Coal Slurry Pipeline S.2652; Multinational Corporations; Alternative Energy Sources; Natural Gas Price Deregulation; S.- Standby Energy Authorities Act; S.Res.45 Na
1974 September-November
50 12 Energy
Scott, Hugh; Schweiker, Richard S.; Hartke, Vance; Lyons, W.W.
Energy Crisis; Fuel Shortage; Deregulation of Natural Gas Prices Buckley Amendment; Conservation; Gasoline Tax; S.- Natural Gas for Essential Agricultural Purposes; S.- Natural Gas Production and Conservation Act of 1974; Standby Energy Emergency Author
1974 December
51 1 Energy
Friedersdorf, Max L.; Randolph, Jennings; Hall, Paul; Ford, Gerald R.
Energy Crisis; Fuel Shortage; Gasoline Tax; Sale of Energy Resources To Foreign Countries; Mutinational Corporations; Alternative Energy Sources; Conservation; President Ford's State of The Union Proposal On Energy; S.J.Res.-- National Energy Conse
"An Alternative To The Ford Administration Energy Program", In Senate, January 30, 1975
1975 January
51 1 Energy
S.J.Res.-- Oil Imports and Lifting of Price Controls On Domestic Oil; S.-- Interfuel Competition Act of 1975
1975 January
51 2 Energy
Ford, Gerald R.
Energy Independence Act of 1975 Omnibus Bill Porposed By President Ford
1975 January
51 3 Energy
Ford, Gerald R.
President Ford's State of The Union Energy Proposals; Multinational Corporations; Fuel Shortage; Gasoline Rationing; Gas Tax Increase; Energy Conservation
1975 February
51 4 Energy
Energy Crisis; Gasoline Rationing; Gasoline Tax; Proposal To Close Gas Stations On Sundays; $3.00 Import Tax On Foreign Oil; Automobile Excise Tax
1975 February
51 5 Energy
Proposed Sunday Closing of Gas Stations; Energy Crisis; Conservation
1975 February
51 6 Energy
Inouye, Daniel K.; Biddle, James; Moss, Ted; Randolph, Jennings; Ford, Gerald R.
Energy Crisis; Gas Rationing; Gas Tax Increase; Sunday Closing of Gas Stations; President Ford's Oil Tariff Proposal; Exempt Small Refiners From Entitlement Program; Energy Conservation; Alternative Energy Sources; H.R.2166 Residential Energy Conservatio
1975 March
51 7 Energy
Stevens, Ted
S.-- Repeal Income Tax Deduction On State Gas Taxes; Small Refiners Relief Exemption Act S.861; Emergency Allocation Act; Alternative Energy Sources; Gas Rationing Proposal; Increased Gas Tax Proposal
1975 March
51 8 Energy
Edwards, James B.; Matthews, Charles D.; Apodaga, Jerry
S.622 Standby Energy Authorities Act; Alternative Energy Sources; Outer Continental Shelf Oil and Gas Development; Oil Depletion Allowance; Natural Gas Supplies and Prices
1975 April
51 9 Energy
Metcalf, Lee; Mansfield, Mike; Bartlett, Dewey F.; Andrus, Cecil D.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Hatfield, Mark O.
S.-- Encourage Electric Generating Utilities To Use Lowest Cost Fuels; Increase Federal Taxes On Gasoline; S.-- Nuclear Power Reappraisal Act of 1975
1975 May
51 10 Energy
Domenici, Pete V.
Proposed Increase In Gasoline Taxes; Proposed Tax On Automobiles By Weight Or Fuel Economy; Recycling Waste Used Oil; Automotive Fuel Economy and Research Development Act of 1975 S.1883
1975 June
51 11 Energy
Oil Price Decontrol; Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act S.844; Erda Authorization S.598; Clinch River Breeder Program; Energy Research and Development Administration
1975 July
51 11 Energy
Gravel, Mike; Tunney, John V.; Montoya, Joseph M.; Long, Russell B.; Hansen, Clifford P.
Alternative Energy Souces; S.2049 Conservation; S.1989 Negotiations With Oil Producing Countries; Domestic Energy Supplies H.R.7014; S.2122 Gasoline Rationing Act; S.692 Natural Gas Act 1975; Energy Supply Act of 1975 S.521; Energy Research and Developm
"The Erda Authorization Bill-S.598", In Senate, July 1975
1975 July
51 12 Energy
Mansfield, Mike; Higginson, R. Keith; Kendall, William T.
Deregulation of Natural Gas S.692; Alternative Energy Sources; Deregulation of Domestic Crude Oil S.2185; Increased Gas Prices; Energy Research and Development Administration
1975 August
51 13 Energy
Mansfield, Mike; Abourezk, James S.; Hart, Gary; Stevenson, Adlai E. III; Hollings, Ernest F.; Rutledge, Gene P.; Pearson, James B.; Bentsen, Lloyd
Domestic Crude Oil; Emergency Petroleum Allocation Act of 1973 S.1849; Vertical Divestiture of Major Oil Companies; S.2502 Electric Utility Regulatory Reform Act; Pearson-Bentsen Amendment S.2310 Emergency Natural Gas; S.-- Incentive Decontrol Program
1975 September-October
51 14 Energy
Domenici, Pete V.; Apodaga, Jerry; Mondale, Walter F.
Natural Gas Deregulation Bill S.2314; Kennedy-Hollings Natural Gas Deregulation S.2310; Hart Natural Gas Deregulation Bill; Alternative Energy Sources; Energy Conservation and Oil Policy Act of 1975 S.622; H.R.7727 Home Heating System Improvement Act of
1975 November-December
51 15 Energy
S.-- First Sale of Crude Oil From Stripper Wells Be Exempt From Price Controls; Coal Slurry Pipeline; S.-- Lifeline Rate Act of 1976
1976 January-February
52 1 Energy
S.3145 Energy Conservation Research and Development Act of 1976; Deregulation of Natural Gas Prices; S.3105 Appropriations To Energy Research and Development Administration Erda Authorization Bill
1976 March
52 2 Energy
Garn, Jake
S.-- Energy Savings Demonstration Act; S.3145 & S.2932 Energy Conservation Research and Development Act of 1976; S.3259-Energy Extension Service Act of 1976; Nuclear Power; Natural Gas; Oil; Church Position On Public Power; Oil Companies-Divestiture
"The Energy Savings Demonstration Act", Introduce In Senate, April 21, 1976 (?)
1976 April-May
52 3 Energy
Wickberg, Ralph W.; Pearson, James B.
Alternative Energy Sources; F.E.A. Proposal To Decontrol Price of Home Heating Oil, Diesel Fuel, and Other Middle Distillate Refined Petroleum Products; S.1864 Energy Information Act; S.2872 Federal Energy Administration Extension Act
1976 June
52 4 Energy
Domenici, Pete V.; Leahy, Patrick J.; Robbins, Paul H.
Divestiture of Major Oil Companies; S.2387 Petroleum Industry Competition Act of 1976; Decontrol of Middle Distillates; Energy Conservation Standards for New Buildings
1976 June
52 5 Energy
Divestiture of Major Oil Companies; Decontrol of Middle Distillates
1976 July
52 6 Energy
Hansen, Clifford P.; Andrus, Cecil D.; Leahy, Patrick J.
Divestiture of Major Oil Companies S.1287; Nuclear Fuel Assurance Act S.2035; Data On Consumer Expenditures for Energy
1976 July-August
52 7 Energy
Divestiture of Major Oil Companies; Decontrol of Military Jet Fuel
1976 September
52 8 Energy
Wickberg, Ralph W.
Divestiture of Major Oil Companies
1976 October-December
52 9 Energy
Leahy, Patrick J.; Bayh, Birch
S.-- Amend Emergency Petroleum Allocation Act of 1973; S.-- Rural Energy Offfice Act of 1977; Gasoline Decontrol; S.271 Natural Gas Emergency Act 1977; S.-- Authorize Federal Power Commission To Allocate Scarce Supplies of Natural Gas; Alternative Energy
1977 January
52 10 Energy
Tell, William K., Jr.
U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration Revised, FY 1978, Budget To Congress; "Danger-Radioactive Waste", NBC Telecast, Nuclear Waste Managment; December 26, 1977
1977 February-March
52 11 Energy
Schmitt, Harrison; Wiesner, Jerome B.
S.J.Res.-- Establish A National Energy Policy; 25 Cent/Gallon Gas Tax To Reduce Consumption; Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor; S.--; Department of Energy Organization Act; S.-- Solar Air Rights Act of 1977
1977 March
52 12 Energy
Chase, Cyril C.
H.R.5862 Columbia Basin Energy Corporation Act of 1977; Excise Tax On New Luxury Cars; Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor; Alternative Energy Sources; Energy Conservation
1977 April
53 1 Energy
Carter, Jimmy
Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor Program; President Carter's Energy Plan
1977 April
53 2 Energy
Schlesinger, James R.; Carter, Jimmy
President Carter's Energy Conservation Program; Establish A Department of Energy S.826; Nuclear Power; Clinch River Breeder Reactor; Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor Program
1977 May
53 3 Energy
Carter, Jimmy
Clinch River Breeder Reactor; Plutonium Projects; President Carter's Energy Conservation Program; Nuclear Power
1977 May
53 4 Energy
Stevens, Ted; Metzenbaum, Howard M.
S.1623 Radioactive Waste Storage; Energy Research and Development Administration
1977 June
53 5 Energy
Breeder Reactor Development; Clinch River Breeder Reactor; Energy Research and Development Administration
1977 June
53 6 Energy
Carter, Jimmy
Clinch River Breeder Reactor; President Carter's Energy Conservation Program
1977 June-July
53 7 Energy
Carter, Jimmy
President Carter's National Energy Policy Act; Clinch River Breeder Reactor; Gas Tax Increase; Energy Taxes
1977 August
53 8 Energy
Crude Oil and Gasoline Tax Proposals; S.2057 Energy Conservation Policy; National Weatherization Program for Low-Income Americans; Electric Utility Rate Reform S.1469
"To Amend S.2057, The National Energy Conservation Policy Act, To Establish A Coordinated National Weatherization Program for Low-Income Americans" In Senate, September, 1977
1977 September
53 9 Energy
Metzenbaum, Howard M.
National Energy Policy Act; Electric Utility Rate Reform Proposal; Clinch River Breeder Reactor; Energy Ownership; Energy Conservation; Gasohol
1977 September
53 10 Energy
Evans, James H.; Carter, Jimmy
Carter Energy Plan
1978
53 11 Energy
Gasoline and Crude Oil Prices; Alaskan Pipeline
1979 January-March
53 12 Energy
Moore, Carl C.
Gasoline Rationing Plan; Gasohol Motor Fuel Act of 1979; Alaskan Pipeline; Deregulation of Domestic Crude Oil Prices; Windfall Profits Tax
1979 April
53 13 Energy
Windfall Oil Profits/Decontrol of Domestic Oil Prices; Gasohol Motor Fuel Act of 1979; Standby Gasoline Rationing Plan; Sale of Gasoline To Mexico
1979 May
53 14 Energy
Freeman, S. David
Decontrol of Domestic Oil Prices; Energy Supply Act; Gasohol Motor Fuel Act of 1979 S.1308; Gasoline Rationing Plan
1979 June-July
54 1 Energy
Miller, C. Wendell; Johnston, J. Bennett; Harris, Patricia Roberts
Energy Supply Act; Gasohol Motor Fuel Act of 1979 S.1308; Gasoline Rationing Plan
"Gasoline Rationing: More Fudge" In Senate, September Or April, 1979
1979 August-September
54 2 Energy
Johnston, J. Bennett; Harris, Patricia Roberts
Energy Security Act S.932; Alternative Energy Sources
1979 October-December
54 3 Energy
Byrd, Robert C.
Hydrogen Gas As A Fuel Source; Windfall Profits Bill
Letter From Church To President Carter Re: "Impending National Economic Emergency" With "Specific Recommendations for A Change In Direction" April 4, 1980
1980 January-June
54 4 Energy
Ward, Conley, Jr.; Ford, Pat
Alternative Energy Sources; Gasohol; Geothermal; Solar; Energy Security Act S.932; Windfall Profit Tax Act
1980 July
54 5 Energy -- Coal
Energy Mobilization Board
1980 August-December
54 6 Energy -- Coal
Frizzell, Kent; Kleppe, Thomas S.; Hansen, Clifford P.; Falkie, Thomas V.
Federal Coal Leasing Amendments Act S.391
1975-1976
54 7 Energy -- Coal
Heinz, H. John III; Kenefick, J.C.; Metzenbaum, Howard M.
Coal Usage-Boiler Conversion From Natural Gas To Coal; The Railroads, Coal and The National Energy Plan; Report: Water Problems and Slurry Pipelines
1977-1980
54 8 Energy -- Conservation
Duncan, John J.; Frisbee, Don
Position Paper: National Energy, By National Association of Electrical Distributors; Report: The View From Transportation, By Transportation Association of America; Energy Conservation
1977
54 9 Energy -- Conservation
McCain, Warren E.; Whitlock, Bennett C.
Position Paper: Carter's Energy Program, By Women's National Democratic Club; Pamphlet: Energy Conservation Through Recycling; Pamphlet: Conservation In Trucking; Pamphlet: Increase Gas Mileage; Energy Conservation
1977-1979
54 10 Energy -- Fusion 1980
54 11 Energy -- Gasohol
Bergland, Bob; Calvin, Melvin
Biomass Energy Institute, Gerton Anaerobic and Aerobic Alcohol Production Designs; Chemistry, Population, Resources-Fermentation and Hydrocarbons; Symposium On Utilization of Alternative Fuel for Transportation; "The Electric Car" From Today's Technology
1977-1978
54 12 Energy -- Gasohol
Bayh, Birch; Roe, Robert; Moore, Frank
Project Profile: Hesperia Gasohol; "Mother's Wood" From Mother Earth News; Feasibility Study: Fuel Ethanol Facility
"Growing Energy" Introduce In Senate S.750-Requiring Oil Companies To Produce and Market Gasohol, March 26, 1979
1979
54 13 Energy -- Gasohol
Blumenfeld, Samuel L.
Report: Forest Biomass As An Energy Source; "Gasohol" By Samuel L. Blumenfeld; Pamphlet: Biomass-Solution To The Energy Crisis
1979
54 14 Energy -- Gasohol
Bergland, Bob; Janss, William C.
A Guide for Applicants To Alcohol Fuels Development Programs; Idaho Falls Gasohol Conference, April 4, 1980
1980 January-October
55 1 Energy -- Geothermal
Geothermal Energy
Speeches:"Idahos Future-Geothermal Energy", No Date; Statement Before Energy Subcommittee-Geothermal Development, October 19, 1973; Floor Statement On The Geothermal Energy Act, No Date; Statement On The Raft River Proposal, September 1974
1973-1974
55 2 Energy -- Geothermal
S.- Geothermal Energy Act of 1973
Speech: Draft "Statement of Sen. Church On The Raft River Proposal", [August] 1974
1973-1974
55 3 Energy -- Geothermal
Geothermal Oregon Institute of Technology; Geothermal Energy Union Oil; Federal Geothermal Energy Program Western Institute Energy Board; H.R.14920 Geothermal Energy Research Development and Demonstration Act of 1974; H.R.- Geothermal Steam Act of 1970
1975-1980
55 4 Energy -- Hydroelectric
Eizenstat, Stuart E.; Norwood, Gus
Position Statement 1007: Northwest Public Power Assoc.; Map Idaho Power Dam Elevation On The Snake River; S.1007 Guarantee Electric Consumers In Pacific Northwest Priority On Hydropower; Hydroelectric Power
1963-1977
55 5 Energy -- Hydroelectric 1978-1979
55 6 Energy -- Idaho Projects
Archer, William; Bruce, James; Eardley, Richard R.
Preliminary Plan for Boise's Geothermal System; Boise's Energy Research Institutionalization of Low Temperature Geothermal Energy; Idaho Projects
1977-1979
55 7 Energy -- Natural Gas
Fannin, Paul J.; Tunney, John V.
S.2310 The Natural Gas Emergency Act of 1975; Amendments To S.2310
1960-1975
55 8 Energy -- Natural Gas
Pearson, James B.; Bentsen, Lloyd
Transportation of Alaskan Gas-Alcan Pipeline Project
1976-1977
55 9 Energy -- Natural Gas
Lederer, Raymond F.; Lenaghen, Robert; Mcmillian, John G.; Stevens, Ted
The Threat of The Natural Gas Shortage; Reports: The Impact of Projected Natural Gas Curtailment for Winter 1975-1976; The U.S.-Canadian Transit Pipeline Agreement; Lysyk Report On Alcan Pipeline Route; S.474 Presidents Emergency Natural Gas Act
1977
55 10 Energy -- Natural Gas
Duncan, Charles; Newman, Paul; Carter, Jimmy
Deregulation; Natural Gas; Report: Redwater Coal Gasification Project Washington Natural Gas Co.
1978-1980
55 11 Energy -- Nuclear
Gravel, Mike
The Nuclear Debate; Eastern Idaho Nuclear Industry Council; National Reactor Testing Station Monitoring Program; Statement of Protest On Nuclear Storage; Waste Management At I.N.E.L.; Hanford Works; Nuclear Energy
1971-1975
55 12 Energy -- Nuclear
Humphrey, Hubert H.; Mondale, Walter F.; Davis, William E.
Govenor's Blue Ribbon Committee On Atomic Waste; Position Paper: "The Nuclear Debate"; Report: "Isolating High Level Radioactive Waste Atomic Energy Commission; Nuclear Energy
1974
55 13 Energy -- Nuclear
Georgine, Robert A.; King, Llewellyn; Fraser, Malcolm
Nuclear Energy; Reports: Testimony of Llewellyn King-Editor of "Energy Magazine"; Energy In Japan; Civil Nuclear Power-Without Weapons Proliferation; "Australia's Urainium Decision"-P.M. Malcolm Fraser
1976-1977
56 1 Energy -- Nuclear
Tanabe, Toshihiko
1976-1977
56 2 Energy -- Nuclear
Reports: The President's Commission On The Accident At Three Mile Island; Why Not Thorium National Reserves Corp.; Nuclear Counter Balance; Waste Management At The I.N.E.L.; Injection of Nuclear Wastes Into The Snake River Aquifer
1979 March-December
56 3 Energy -- Nuclear
Conway, John T.; Hansen, Orval; McClure, James A.
Federal Storage of Spent Fuel; Spent Fuel Storage Requirements; Position Paper: I.N.E.L.-Idaho Trout Growers Assoc.; A Letter of Joint Memorial Urging The D.O.E. To Properly Manage Nuclear Wastes Idaho State House of Rep.; Analysis of Nuclear Waste Water
1980
56 4 Energy -- Nuclear Waste Disposal
Humphrey, Hubert H.; Mondale, Walter F.; Ribicoff, Abraham; Schweiker, Richard S.
Report: The Influence of Liquid Waste Disposal On Geochemistry of Waste At The National Reactor Testing Station Idaho; Radioactive & Chemical Wastes National Reactor Testing Station; H.R.424 Management of Natural Resources; H.R.15323 and H.R.14408 Atomic
1973-1975
56 5 Energy -- Oil
Byrd, Robert C.; Evans, John V.; Morrison, Velma V.; Randolph, Jennings; Eizenstat, Stuart E.
Statement: Proposed Revision of S.1246, October 1979
1975-1979
56 6 Energy -- Oil
Eizenstat, Stuart E.; Laxalt, Paul
Oil; Fact Sheet On Church's Energy Program
1980
56 7 Energy -- Oil Divestiture 1976
56 8 Energy -- Oil Divestiture
Hartley, Fred L.
S.2387 The Petroleum Industry Competition Act
Speech: "Testimony Before The Subcommittee On Monopolies and Commercial Law of The House Committee On Judiciary", March 3, 1976
1976
56 9 Energy -- Oil
Domenici, Pete V.
S.463 Encourage Use of Recycled Oils; S.551-Provide for The Recycling of Used Oil; H.R.4307 Regulations On Recycled Oil; S.1744 Resource Recycling and Conservation Act; H.R.6011, S.551; S.1482-See S.551; Oil-Recycled Waste; Recycled Waste
1975; 1977
56 10 Energy -- Solar 1975; 1980
56 11 Environment
McClure, James A.; Greenwalt, Lynn A.
Clean Air Act
1972; 1974-1975
56 12 Environment
Gravel, Mike; Hatfield, Mark O.; Scott, Hugh; Stevens, Ted
S.3149 The Toxic Substances Control Act; S.2833 Non-Returnable Containers; S.276 Beverage Container Reuse and Recycling Act of 1977; Toxic Substances Control Act; Questions Submitted To Presidential Candidates On Energy and The Environment; "All I
1976-1977
56 13 Environment
Baucus, Max; Cohen, William S.; Durkin, John A.; Hart, Gary; Hatfield, Mark O.; Heinz, H. John III; Leahy, Patrick J.; Moynihan, Daniel P.; Ribicoff, Abraham; Stroup, Keith; Carter, Jimmy
Environmental Services Directory; Message To Congress From President Carter On The Environment; Beverage Container Deposit; Paraquat Controversy On Spraying Mexican Marijuana Fields; Acid Rain In Idaho; S.1754 Acid Rain
1978-1979
56 14 Environment
Carter, Jimmy; Durenberger, David; Heinz, H. John III
President Carter's Speech On The Environment; Minerals and National Security; American Mining Council
1980
56 15 Environment -- Fluorocarbons 1975; 1977
Equal Rights Amendment - Finance
Church was an early supporter of the Equal Rights Amendment. ERA documents before 1977 will be found in the Civil Rights files. The ERA files here reflect the volume of correspondence in 1977 and 1978 relating to the extension of time for ratification and the debate about the legality of rescission. Church felt fairness mandated allowing states to rescind an earlier ratification and was concerned about the Constitutional precedent that extension might set.
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57 1 Equal Rights Amendment 1978 January-August
57 2 Equal Rights Amendment 1978 September
57 3 Equal Rights Amendment 1978 September
57 4 Equal Rights Amendment
H.J.Res.638 Extention of Deadline for Ratification of The Equal Rights Amendment
1978 September
57 5 Equal Rights Amendment 1978 October
57 6 Equal Rights Amendment
Garn, Jake; Black, Charles L., Jr.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.
Yale Law School; Equal Rights Amendment
"Extending The Deadline for Ratification of The Era", Senate, October 3, 1978; "Extention of The Deadline for Ratification of The Era", Senate, October 6, 1978
1978 October
57 7 Executive Reorganization
Muskie, Edmund S.; Roth, William V., Jr.
Executive Reorganization
1977
57 8 Farm Parity
McGovern, George
1966
57 9 Farmers Home Administration
S.1034 Agriculture Loans; S.709 Increasing Loan Amount; Water Supply System
1965
57 10 Farmers Home Administration
Applicants for State Director of Farmers Home Administration
1966 January-October
57 11 Farmers Home Administration
Applicants for State Director of Farmers Home Administration
1966 November-December
57 12 Farmers Home Administration
Applicants for State Director of Farmers Home Administration
1967
57 13 Farmers Home Administration
S.J.Res.168 Emergency Credit Revolving Fund
1968-1977
57 14 Federal Elections Commission 1979
57 15 Federal Property Act Amendment
Humphrey, Hubert H.
S.1238 Federal Property Act; Surplus Personal Property Donations
1963
57 16 Federation of American Scientists 1975
57 17 Feed and Forage Act 1976
57 18 Filibuster
Ellender, Allen J.
1963; 1979
57 19 Finance
Clark, Joseph S.
H.R.5805 Appropriations To Treasury and Post Office Departments Amendment; Government Expenses; Bankruptcy Laws
1957; 1959-1969
57 20 Finance -- Appropriations
Pastore, John O.; Javits, Jacob K.
1958-1968
57 21 Finance -- Banking
Byrd, Harry F., Sr.; Fulbright, J.W.; Robertson, A. Willis; Douglas, Paul H.
S.3703 Frieda Herrmann; Federal Reserve Board
1957-1958
57 22 Finance -- Banking
Federal Reserve Act
1959-1962
57 23 Finance -- Banking
Sparkman, John J.; Burke, Carl P.
Banking; Bank Holding Act S.2353, S.2418, and H.R.7371; Bank Holding Company Bill H.R.6778
1963-1970
57 24 Finance -- Budget
McClellan, John L.
S.1585 Joint Committee On The Budget
1957
58 1 Finance -- Budget
Day, Henry L.
Hoover Commission Recommendations; Spending
1956-1957
58 2 Finance -- Budget
Byrd, Harry F., Sr.
Spending
1959 January-March
58 3 Finance -- Budget
Hart, Philip A.; Batt, Philip E.
Spending
1959 April-June
58 4 Finance -- Budget
Spending
1959 June-December
58 5 Finance -- Budget
Spending
1960 January-May
58 6 Finance -- Budget
Spending
1960 April-December
58 7 Finance -- Budget
Swensen, Rulon
Schools; Farms; Foreign Nations; Housing; Welfare; National Debt; The Federal Budget; Spending
1961-1962
58 8 Finance -- Budget
Moore, Carl C.
Spending; National Debt
1963-1965; 1967
58 9 Finance -- Currency
Douglas, Paul H.; Robertson, A. Willis
H.R.5847 Internal Revenue Code of 1954; H.R.5777 Federal Credit Union; H.R.3674 Federal Credit Union Act
1958-1961
58 10 Finance -- Interest Rates - Credit
S.2755 Economic Stabilization; Interest Rates; Credit
1960-1961
Firearms - Frost, Robert
The issue of gun control was important to Idahoans throughout Church's tenure in the Senate and he consistently op posed legislation which would set unacceptable limits on firearms. This strong conservative stand was one of the reasons for his continued popularity with Idaho voters. Forestry files are especially strong on a 1977 Forest Timber Sales Bidding Bill and the National Forest Management Act of 1976.
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58 11 Firearms
H.R.10893 Federal Pistol Registration Act; H.R.10478 Ffa Amendments; H.R.9809 Transportation and Shipment; H.R.10477 Pistols and Revolvers; H.R.9286 Transportation and Shipment; H.R.4029 Transfer Taxes; S.1150 Transfer Tax; Gun Control
1960-1962
58 12 Firearms
1963 NRA Convention; Gun Control
Interview At NRA Convention, March 22, 1963
1962-1963
58 13 Firearms
Dodd, Thomas J.
Dodd Bill; Response To John F. Kennedy's Death; Gun Control
1963-1964
58 14 Firearms
Dodd, Thomas J.
S.1592 Dodd Amendments To The Federal Firearms Act; Gun Control
1965
58 15 Firearms
Dodd, Thomas J.
S.1592 Dodd Amendments To The Federal Firearms Act; Gun Control
1965
58 16 Firearms
Dodd, Thomas J.
S.1592 Dodd Amendments To The Federal Firearms Act; Cun Control
1965
58 17 Firearms
Dodd, Thomas J.
S.1592 Dodd Amendments To The Federal Firearms Act; Gun Control
1965
59 1 Firearms
Dodd, Thomas J.
S.1592 Dodd Amendment To The Federal Firearms Act; Gun Control
1965 April
59 2 Firearms
Dodd, Thomas J.
S.1592 Dodd Amendment To Federal Firearms Act; Gun Control
1965 April
59 3 Firearms
Dodd, Thomas J.
S.1592 Dodd Amendment To Federal Firearms Act; Gun Control
1965 April And May
59 4 Firearms
Dodd, Thomas J.
S.1592 Dodd Amendment To Federal Firearms Act; Gun Control
1965 May
59 5 Firearms
Dodd, Thomas J.
S.1592 Dodd Amendment To Federal Firearms Act; Gun Control
1965 May
59 6 Firearms
Dodd, Thomas J.
S.1592 Dodd Amendment To Federal Firearms Act; Gun Control
1965 May-June
59 7 Firearms
Dodd, Thomas J.
S.1592 Dodd Amendment To Federal Firearms Act; Gun Control
1966
59 8 Firearms
Gun Control
1967
59 9 Firearms
Gun Control
1967
59 10 Firearms
Dodd, Thomas J.; Mondale, Walter F.
Gun Control
1967
59 11 Firearms
Gun Control
1968
59 12 Firearms
Gun Control
1968
59 13 Firearms
Gun Control
1968
59 14 Firearms
Gun Control
1969
59 15 Firearms
Gun Control
1969
59 16 Firearms
Gun Control
1969
59 17 Firearms
McGee, Gale
S.3417 Gun Control Act 0f 1968; Interstate Transport of Firearms
1970
60 1 Firearms
Kennedy, Edward M.
Gun Control
1971
60 2 Firearms
Gun Control
1971
60 3 Firearms
Gun Control
1972
60 4 Firearms
Gun Control
1972
60 5 Firearms
Gun Control
1973
60 6 Firearms
Gun Controls
"No On Federal Gun Control" March 13, 1974
1974
60 7 Firearms
Gun Control
1975
60 8 Firearms
Gun Control; Handgun Ammunition Ban
1975
60 9 Firearms
Gun Control; Handgun Ammunition Ban
1975
60 10 Firearms
Gun Control; Handgun Ammunition Ban
1975
60 11 Firearms
Gun Control; Handgun Ammunition Ban
1975
60 12 Firearms
Gun Control
1975
60 13 Firearms
Gun Control
1975
60 14 Firearms
Carter, Harlon B.
Project Identification: A Study of Handguns Used In Crimes; Gun Control
1975
60 15 Firearms
Gun Control
1976
61 1 Firearms
Gun Control
1976
61 2 Firearms
Gun Control
1976
61 3 Firearms
Gun Control
1976
61 4 Firearms
Fish and Wildlife Act of 1977 H.R.2329; S.- Internal Revenue Code of 1954; 22 Caliber Ammunition; Gun Control
"Repeal of Record Keeping Requirements...22 Caliber Ammunition" In Senate January 10, 1977
1977
61 5 Firearms
Cook, Philip J.; Nagin, Daniel
"Does The Weapon Matter?" By Philip J. Cook and Daniel Nagin; Gun Control
1978
61 6 Firearms
McEldowney, Tom D.
Gun Control
1978
61 7 Firearms
Knox, Neal
"Attitudes of The American Electorate Toward Gun Control 1978" By NRA; Firearms
1978
61 8 Firearms
Godley, Gene; Blumenthal, W. Michael; Davis, Rex D.
Gun Control
"Congress Must Respond To Regulation Run Amok" In Senate, June 27, 1978
1978
61 9 Firearms
Gun Controls
1979
61 10 Firearms
Gun Control
"Federal Handgun Controls Cannot Control Crime"
1980
61 11 Forestry
Miller, Jon; MacFarlane, Robert W.
National Forest Management Act of 1976; Forest Timber Sales; Wilderness and National Forest Lands
1977 January-July
61 12 Forestry
Carter, Jimmy; Stevens, Ted; Miller, Jon; Moon, Marjorie Ruth
Cooperative Forest Resources Extension Program; Forest Timber Sales; National Forest Management Act of 1976; Redwood National Park
1977 August-December
61 13 Forestry
Fery, John B.; Richards, W.T.; Evans, Brock
Timber Resources; National Forest Products Association Annual Meeting: Federal Forest Policy; US Forest Service Use of Herbacides; North Idaho Timber Lands
1978
62 1 Forestry
Madden, Richard B.
Appropriations for The Forest Service; Small Business Timber Set Aside Program; Proposed National Forest Investment Fund; S.1996 Logging Slash for Use As Fuel; Reforestation S.100 and H.R.1212
1979-1980
62 2 Forestry -- Forest Timber Sales Bidding Bill - Special File
Hansen, Clifford P.; Hatfield, Mark O.; McClure, James A.; Laxalt, Paul; Melcher, John; Deconcini, Dennis
Melcher Amendment To Forest Timber Sales Bidding Bill; Justice Letter; Washington Post Article; Kerr-Talke Position Paper;
1977
62 2 Forestry -- Forest Timber Sales Bidding Bill - Special File
Owens Paper; US Forest Service Bid Data; Church Statements At Hearings; S.1360 Committee On Timber Sales Proceedure
Speeches: Statement for The Record On 1977 Bid Data; S.1360 As Introduced/Introduce Sealed Bid Repealer Legislation; "Opening Statement", May 18, 1977-"Testimony", May 16, 1977
1977
62 3 Forestry -- Forest Timber Sales Bidding Bill - Special File
Evans, Brock
Environmentalists; Senate Energy Committee Colloquy Cutler/Sims; Sealed Bids; Champion Court Case; Natural Resources Journal; Agriculture Committee Amendment
1977
62 3 Forestry -- Forest Timber Sales Bidding Bill - Special File
Hall-Peterson Amendment; Court Decisions
1977
62 4 Forestry -- Forest Timber Sales Bidding Bill - Special File
McGuire, John R.; Hatfield, Mark O.; McClure James A.; Packwood, Bob
Joint Church-McClure Statements; Small Business; Energy Committee; Agriculture Committee
Speeches: "What S.1360 Will and Will Not Do", No Date; "National Forest Timber Sale Bidding Policy", September 12, 1977
1977
62 4 Forestry -- Forest Timber Sales Bidding Bill - Special File
Kennedy, Edward M.
Agriculture Committee Floor Amendment H.R.6362; Dependent Communities; Church-Tower Colloquy; Church-Stevens Colloquy; Criminal Penalties; Justice Concerns
1977
62 5 Forestry -- Forest Timber Sales Bidding Bill - Special File
Metcalf, Lee
Timber Sales
1977
62 6 Forestry -- Forest Timber Sales Bidding Bill - Special File
Forest Products; H.R.6362 Weaver Bill; Krebs Material
1977
62 7 Forestry -- Forest Timber Sales Bidding Bill - Special File
S.1360
1977
62 8 Forestry -- Forest Timber Sales Bidding Bill - Special File
S.1360
1977
62 9 Forestry -- National Forest Management Act - Special File
Clear Cutting; H.R.10364 Timber Sales From Forest Service Lands; Monongahela National Forest; Organic Act of 1897; National Forest Management Act S.3091
1975
62 10 Forestry -- National Forest Management Act - Special File
Bumpers, Dale
Timber Bill Conference; S.3091 National Forest Management Act
1976
62 11 Forestry -- National Forest Management Act - Special File
Road Sale Costs; Environmental Position Papers; Silviculturally Essential"
1976
62 12 Forestry -- National Forest Management Act - Special File
Colloquy On Timber Harvest "Residual Materials"; Randolph Amendment; National Forest Management Act of 1976
1976
63 1 Forestry -- National Forest Management Act of 1976
Monongahela Decision
1976 February-March
63 2 Forestry -- National Forest Management Act of 1976
S.292 National Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Act of 1974
Speeches:"Testimony Before Ag. Subcommittee On Environ., Soil Conservation, and Forestry-Interior Subcommittee On Environment and Land Resources-Joint Hearings On Legislation Concerning Forest Management Practices", March 22, 1976; Draft Statement On S.3
1976 February-August
63 3 Forestry -- National Forest Management Act of 1976
S.3091, As Amended, April 29, 1976; S.3091 National Forest Mangement Act As Amended, April 29, 1976
1976 April
63 4 Forestry -- National Forest Management Act of 1976
Stevens, Ted
S.3091 National Forest Management Act of 1976
1976 April-June
63 5 Forestry -- National Forest Management Act of 1976
Industry Communications From Idaho
1976 April-July
63 6 Forestry -- National Forest Management Act of 1976
Committee On Agriculture and Forestry On S.3091 National Forest Management Act of 1976 As Amended, May 3-4, 1976
1976 May
63 7 Freshman Senator 1972
63 8 Frost, Robert
S.Res.95 Extending Birthday Greetings of The Senate To Robert Frost
1959
Governorship of Guam, the Virgin Islands, and American Samoa - Health
Includes subject of Hawaiian statehood.
Box
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63 9 Govenorship of Guam, The Virgin Islands, and American Samoa
S.1752 Residence Requirement for Appointment As Governor of Guam, The Virgin Islands, Or American Samoa
1961
63 10 Grange National Headquarters
General Services Administration Takeover of The Property and Building of The National Grange On Jackson Place, Washington DC; S.2740 Use of The National Grange Headquarters
1957-1958
63 11 Grazing
Bennett, Wallace F.; Fallini, Joe T.; Kennedy, Robert F.
S.717 Grazing Rights; S.3174 Similar To S.717; H.R.1960 Jurisdiction of District Courts; S.20 Same As H.R.1960
Speech: "Introduction of S.717", January 31, 1961
1960-1961
63 12 Grazing
Dodd, Thomas J.; Gruening, Ernest; Carver, John A., Jr; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.; Long, Edward V.; Keating, Kenneth B.; Hruska, Roman L.; Carroll, John A.; Kefauver, Estes; Day, Henry L.
S.- Grazing Appeals
1962
63 13 Grazing 1975-1977
63 14 Grazing
H.R.10587 Range Conditions of Public Grazing Lands; H.R.10589 Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976; Public Rangelands Improvement Act of 1978 S.2475
1978
63 15 Handicapped
Hartke, Vance; Randolph, Jennings
Handicapped; Blind; Randolph-Sheppard Act for The Blind S.2506; Disability Insurance for The Blind; Rehabilitation for Older Blind Persons
1970-1972
63 16 Handicapped
Randolph, Jennings
Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973 S.7; National Accreditation Council; Blind and Visually Handicapped; S.1058 Disability Insurance for The Blind; S.1218 Communication Act of 1934; Deaf
1973 January-May
63 17 Handicapped
Brock, William E.; Hartke, Vance
Randolph-Sheppard Act Amendments of 1973; Blind; Vocational Rehabilitation Act
1973 May-December
63 18 Handicapped
Hartke, Vance; Inouye, Daniel K.; Tunney, John V.; Adams, Andrew
Vocational Rehabilitation Act; Randolph-Sheppard Amendments
1974
64 1 Handicapped
Vocational Rehabilitation Act
1975
64 2 Handicapped
Vocational Rehabilitation Act
1976
64 3 Handicapped
Small Business Administration Authorization and Disaster Loan Programs Act S.1442; Disability Insurance for The Blind
Speech: "Western Idaho Training Company", No Date
1977
64 4 Handicapped
Randolph, Jennings; Bumpers, Dale; Biden, Joseph R., Jr.
Rehabilitation and Developmental Disabilities Act S.2600
1978
64 5 Handicapped
Funding for Rehabilitation Programs; Civil Rights Act Amendments for The Handicapped S.446; S.407 Congratulations To Participants In Olympic Winter Games for The Handicapped
1979-1980
64 6 Hawaii -- Statehood
Long, Oren E.; Murray, James E.; Thurston, Lorrin P.
S.50 Hawaiian Statehood
1957
64 7 Hawaii -- Statehood
Johnson, Lyndon B.; Mink, Patsy T.; Mansfield, Mike; Green, Theodore Francis; Long, Oren E.
Hawaiian Statehood
Speech: [Hawaiian Statehood], No Date
1958
64 8 Hawaii -- Statehood
Hawaiian Statehood; Alaskan Statehood
Speeches: "Alaskan and Hawaiian Statehood", March 3, 1958; "Statehood for Alaska-We Must Have It Now", May 5, 1958
1958
64 9 Hawaii -- Statehood
Mink, Patsy T.; Murray, James E.; Burns, John A.; Jackson, Henry M.
Hawaiian Statehood; S.3054 Hawaii Omnibus Act; S.50 Admission To The State of Hawaii Into The Union
Speeches: "Statement On Hawaiian Statehood", January 14 and February 25, 1959
1959-1961
64 10 Health
Gwynne, John W.; Parrish, Robert M.
Water Pollution Control; Hoxsey Treatment of Cancer
1957 February-April
64 11 Health
Harriman, W. Averell
Rehabilitation Facilities for Mentally and/Or Physically Handicapped; Narcotics; Hoxsey Treatment for Cancer; S.2554 Warning Labels On Cigarettes
1957 May-December
64 12 Health
Delaney Bill Chemical Additives To Food; H.R.7798 Fluoridation of Drinking Water; H.R.10046 Fluoridation of Drinking Water Supplies
1958
64 13 Health
Pyle, Howard
Water Pollution; Fluoridation of Drinking Water
1959-1960
64 14 Health
Neuberger, Maurine B.
Cancer Prevention; Dental Health; Health Professions Educational Assistance Act; Vaccination Assistance Act
1961-1962
64 15 Health
Mental Health; The Rockefeller Foundation 50th Anniversary
1963
64 16 Health 1964
64 17 Health
Mental Health; Warning Labels On Cigarettes; S.1676 Deptartment of State and Deptartment of Health and Welfare; U.S. Hunger
1965-1969
64 18 Health
Jackson, Henry M.; Smylie, Robert E.
Mental Health; Paraplegic Rehabilitation; Establishing Kidney Centers; Vitamins and Food Supplements; S.3008 Public Health Services Act; S.3177 Kidney Diseases Act of 1967
1966
64 19 Health
Dominick, Peter H.; Nixon, Richard M.
Mental Health Legislation; Overpopulation Family Planning S.2108; Nixon Veto of H.E.W. Appropriation
1970 January-April
65 1 Health
Magnuson, Warren G.; Jackson, Henry M.
Mental Health; Population Control; Hill-Burton Hospital Construction Program; Legalized Abortions
1970 May-August
65 2 Health
Yarborough, Ralph W.
Legalized Abortions; S.- National Cancer Authority
1970 September-December
65 3 Health
Dominick, Peter H.
Conquest of Cancer Act S.34; National Health Insurance; Health Manpower Act of 1968 Extension
1971 January-May
65 4 Health
Tower, John G.; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Hart, Philip A.
Mental Health; National Health Insurance; Nurses Training Act of 1971 S.1747
1971 June-December
65 5 Health
Dominick, Peter H.
Hill-Burton Hospital Program; National Health Insurance; S.- National Venereal Disease Prevention and Control Act
1972 January-May
65 6 Health
Dominick, Peter H.
Hill-Burton Health Facilities Construction Act; National School Lunch Legislation; OSHA; S.3327 Health Maintenance Organizations
1972 June-December
65 7 Health
Mcintyre, Thomas J.; Beall, J. Glenn, Jr.; Tower, John G.; Kennedy, Edward M.; Ribicoff, Abraham; Schweiker, Richard S.
National Health Act of 1973; S.4035 Kidney Transplant Act of 1972; S.17 National Diabetes Research and Education Act
1973 January-February
65 8 Health
S.429 Children's Dental Health Act of 1973
1973 January-April
65 9 Health
Andrus, Cecil D.; Beall, J. Glenn, Jr.
National Health Insurance Program; Hill-Burton Hospital Construction Act; Health Care for Migrant Workers; Rural Health Care; U.S. Public Health Service Hospital
1973 March-April
65 10 Health
Hartke, Vance; Hathaway, William D.; Tunney, John V.
National Community Health Act; Health Security Act S.3; Individual Retirement Benefit Act S.374; Work Related Respiration Diseases
1973 May
65 11 Health
National Health Insurance Programs; Community Mental Health Centers Act; Regional Medical Programs
1973 June-August
65 12 Health
Hartke, Vance; Proxmire, William; Kennedy, Edward M.
National Health Insurance
1973 September-December
65 13 Health
Dominick, Peter H.
National Health Insurance; Economic Stabilization Act Relating To Health Industry; Health Care for Migrants
1974 January-April
65 14 Health
Burdick, Quentin N.; Inouye, Daniel K.
Regional Medical Programs; National Health Insurance; Health Services Act of 1974 S.3280
1974 May-July
66 1 Health
Hartke, Vance; Kennedy, Edward M.; Javits, Jacob K.
National Health Insurance; Huntingtons Disease Assistance Act; Kennedy-Javits Health Manpower Bill S.3585; Community Mental Health Programs
1974 August-October
66 2 Health
National Health Insurance; National Health Policy Planning and Resources Development Act S.2994; Arrest of 3 Boise Naturopaths; Vitamins and Food Supplement
1974 November-December
66 3 Health
Kennedy, Edward M.; Beall, J. Glenn, Jr.; Taft, Robert, Jr.; Inouye, Daniel K.
Nurses Training Act S.3586; National Health Insurance; Hill-Burton Hospital Construction Program
1975 January-February
66 4 Health
Hart, Philip A.; Javits, Jacob K.
Malpractice Insurance; Health Services Act S.66 (Nurses Training Act); National Health Insurance; S.- Venereal Disease Prevention and Control Amendments of 1975; S.J.Res.39 National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week
1975 March
66 5 Health
Nurses Training Act Bartlett Amendment #86 Related To Funding for Abortions; Malpractice Insurance
1975 April
66 6 Health
Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.; Long, Russell B.; Ribicoff, Abraham; Proxmire, William; Schweiker, Richard S.
Vitamins and Food Supplements; Proxmire-Schweiker Bill S.548; National Health Insurance
1975 May-June
66 7 Health
Andrus, Cecil D.; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.
Health Manpower Act H.R.5546; National Health Insurance; Food Supplements; Lead Content In Paint; S.1905 Health Planning and Resources Development Act Amendments of 1975
1975 July-September
66 8 Health
Andrus, Cecil D.
Health Manpower Act H.R.5546; Fluoridation of Water
1975 October-December
66 9 Health
Health Manpower Act; Health Maintenance Organization; Emergency Medical Services
1976 January-February
66 10 Health
Taft, Robert, Jr.; Beall, J. Glenn, Jr.
Health Maintenance Organizations; Health Manpower Act H.R.5546; National Health Insurance; Black Lung Disease; Swine Flu Immunization
1976 March-May
66 11 Health
Andrus, Cecil D.
National Health Insurance; Health Manpower Act H.R.5546
1976 June-December
66 12 Health
Kennedy, Edward M.
National Health Insurance; Select Committee On Nutrition
1977 January-March
66 13 Health
Hospital Cost Containment Act; Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act
1977 April-May
67 1 Health
Hospital Cost Containment Act; National Health Insurance; S.Res.26 War Against Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
1977 June-July
67 2 Health
Evans, John V.
National Health Insurance; Idaho Health Agencies
1977 August-December
67 3 Health
Califano, Joseph A., Jr.
National Health Insurance; Hospital Cost Containment; H.R.1046 Health Planning and Resources Development Amendments of 1978
1978 January-March
67 4 Health
Long, Russell B.; Magnuson, Warren G.
Catastrophic Health Insurance and Medical Assistance Reform Act S.3105; Southeast Idaho Family Medical and Educational Services, Inc.; WAMI
1978 April-June
67 5 Health
Califano, Joseph A., Jr.
Influenza Immunization; Hospital Cost Containment; National Health Planning and Resources Development Act of 1974 S.2410; Health Maintenance Organization Amendments
1978 July-August
67 6 Health
Hospital Cost Containment; National Health Insurance; Adolescent Pregnancy
1978 September-December
67 7 Health
National Health Insurance; Nurses Training Act
1979 January-March
67 8 Health
Evans, John V.; Stevens, Ted
Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act S.590; National Health Insurance; Hospital Cost Containment S.570; Report: Health Planning
1979 April-May
67 9 Health
Boren, David L.; Durenberger, David
Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act S.590; Comprehensive Health Grants; National Health Insurance; Hospital Cost Containment
1979 June-July
67 10 Health
Evans, John V.
National Health Insurance; Water Fluoridation; Hospital Cost Containment; Comprehensive Health Grants; Clinical Laboratory Improvement Act of 1979; Federal Funding for Abortion; Report: Health Planning and Resources Development Amendments of 1979
1979 August-December
67 11 Health
National Health Insurance; Hospital Cost Containment; Idaho Health Systems Agency; Federal Funding for Arthritis Research; Child Health Assistance Program S.1204; S.J.Res.132 National Medic Alert Week
1980 January-June
67 12 Health
Abortion; Nurses Training Act; Child Health Assistance Program S.1204; National Health Insurance; National Health Services Corps
1980 July-October
Hells Canyon
Concerns legislation both to develop and preserve the canyon.
Box
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67 13
Hells Canyon Water Rights; Mt. Sheep and Pleasant Valley High Dams; 51333 Report No. 2275 Hells Canyon Dam; Compensation for Idaho Power In Case of Hells Canyon Construction S.555
Statement Before The Subcommittee On Irrigation and Reclamation On Behalf of The Proposed Hell's Canyon Dam, March 7, 1957; Statements At Democratic National Conference In San Francisco, February 16, 1957
1957
67 14
Corker, Charles E.; Harding, S.T.
State of Arizona Vs. State of California Et Al In The Supreme Court of The U.S., October, 1956; State of Oregon Vs. Idaho Power Company In The Supreme Court of The State of Oregon; "The Constitutional Power of Congress On The Colorado River System" By Ch
1957
68 1
Corker, Charles E.
Debate On Hells Canyon, Hungry Horse Dam and The Columbia River Power System; Water Rights Protection; S.555 Hells Canyon Dam; National Hells Canyon Association Vs Federal Power Commission
Draft of "Hell's Canyon, Hungry Horse Dam, and The Columbia River Power System"
1957
68 1
"The Western Water Rights Settlement Bill of 1957" By Charles E. Corker
1957
68 2
National Hells Canyon Association Vs Federal Power Commission; Idaho Power Co.; State of Oregon As Amicus Curiae In Support of The Petition for Issuance of The Writ
1957
68 2
S.1333 Re Hells Canyon Dam; Agreement for Supply of Firm Power and Energy-Idaho Power Co. and Utah Power Co.; State of Arizona Vs. State of California In The Supreme Court of The U.S.
1957
68 3
Morse, Wayne; Magnuson, Warren G.; Murray, James E.; Neuberger, Richard L.; Jackson, Henry M.; Anderson, Clinton P.; Aikele, Andreas
Hells Canyon Dam
1956-1957
68 4
Pfost, Gracie
Hells Canyon Dam
1957 February
68 5
Resolution of The Board of Directors of The Idaho State Reclamation Association Re S.555, H.R.5, H.R.2840, H.R.2866, and H.R.3848; Hells Canyon Dam
1957 March
68 6
Hells Canyon
Idaho Power Dams, A Statement, April 25, 1957
1957 April
68 7
Humphrey, George M.; Morse, Wayne
Hells Canyon; Utilities
Tax Write-Offs and Idaho Power, A Statement Made By Frank Church On The Senate Floor, May 1, 1957
1957 May
68 8 1957 May
68 9
Jackson, Henry M.; Sparkman, John J.; Langer, William K.; Johnston, Olin D.; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Kerr, Robert S.; Clark, Joseph S.; Murray, James E.; Fulbright, J.W.; Symington, Stuart; Johnson, Lyndon B.; Morse, Wayne
Political Affairs; Natural Resources; Agriculture; Hells Canyon
"Idaho's Case for Hells Canyon Dam", June 19, 1957
1957 June
68 10
Cox, J. Ray, Jr.; Coad, Merwin Mc.
Agriculture; Soil Conservation; Political Affairs; Appropriations for Hoover Committee; Hells Canyon
1957 July 1-10
68 11
Douglas, Paul H.; Taylor, C.J.; Heath, Thomas; Kaufman, Sam; Brown, Edmund G., Sr.; Dworshak, Henry C.
Hells Canyon
Excerpts From Speech On Hells Canyon Dam Delivered On The Senate Floor, June 19, 1957
1957 July 11-31
68 12
Humphrey, Hubert H.; Clark, Joseph S.
Beverages; Atomic Energy; Hells Canyon
1957 August-December
68 13
Hells Canyon Bill S.555
1958
68 14
Army Report 308; Public Works; Columbia River; Natural Resources; Hells Canyon
1959
68 15
Hells Canyon Snake River National River Bill; Ten Year Moratorium On Dams On The Middle Snake River S.940
1969
68 16
Hells Canyon Snake River National River Bill S.3329 and H.R.15455; Moratorium On Construction of Dams On The Middle Snake River
1970
68 17
Packwood, Bob
Hells Canyon Snake River National River S.717; Moratorium S.488
1971
69 1
Andrus, Cecil D.
State of Idaho, Senate Joint Memorial, Opposition To Seven Year Middle Snake River Moratorium; Hells Canyon Funds; Statement of Governor Cecil D. Andrus Before The Senate Appropriations Subcommittee On Interior; Summary of Alternatives for Management of
Statement of Senator Frank Church Before The Senate Appropriations Subcommittee On Interior
1972
69 1
Proposal By The Hells Canyon Preservation Council Inc. To Create The Hells Canyon National Recreation Area
1972
69 2
A Bill To Establish The Hells Canyon National Recreation Area In The States of Idaho, Oregon, and Washington S.2233
1973
69 3
Andrus, Cecil D.; Reid, Rolland R.
S.2233 Hells Canyon National Recreation Area; Statement of Governor Cecil D. Andrus On S.2233; Mineral Survey of The Seven Devils Mountains
1974 January-June
69 4
Pickle, J.J.; Jordan, Len B.
Hells Canyon; Jordan, Len B., Statement Before The Park and Recreation Subcommittee; Moratorium On Dams On The Middle Snake River
1974 July-December
69 5
Federal Government; Forest Service; Hells Canyon
1975 January-April
69 6
Hells Canyon
"Hells Canyon National Recreation Area", Before Senate, June 4, 1975
1975 May
69 7 1975 June-December
Heyburn Village - Immigration and naturalization
Box
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69 8 Heyburn Village -- Title to Streets
Bible, Alan
Title To Streets; Release The Right, Title, Or Interest, If Any, of The United States In Certain Streets In The Village of Heyburn, Idaho, and To Repeal The Reverter In Patent for Public Reserve S.2369, S.22, H.R.1087; Federal Government Interior Bureau
1959-1963
69 9 Highway Beautification
Nelson, Gaylord
Beautification of National Highways S.362; Billboard Control; Transportation
1965-1980
69 10 Hiking Trails 1966
69 11 Hospitals
Treinen, Sylvester
Funds for Modernizing Hospitals S.3009; Health
1966-1967
69 12 Hours of Service
Bartlett, E.L.
Hours of Service Bill S.2180; Shortening Hours of Railroad Engineers S.2180; Labor; Railroads
1965-1967
69 13 Housing
Harriman, W. Averell
S.Res.44 Public and Private Housing; S.- Clear Title To Wilder Labor Camp
1957
69 14 Housing
Federal Construction Contract Procedures Act H.R.7168; Housing Act of 1958 S.4035
1958
69 15 Housing
Douglas, Paul H.; Meany, George; Clark, Joseph S.; Javits, Jacob K.; Proxmire, William
Housing Bill S.3529; Housing Act of 1959, A Report; S.57 Housing Act of 1959; S.57 Housing Act of 1959; S.194 College Housing
1959
69 16 Housing
Sparkman, John J.
Capital Gains On Real Estate Sales; Report On International Housing Programs
1960-1962
69 17 Housing
Blackmon, Larry
Housing and Urban Development Act; Rent Subsidy Program
1964-1967
69 18 Housing
Gambrell, David H.; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Ribicoff, Abraham; Chiles, Lawton; Cranston, Alan; Goodell, Charles E.; Javits, Jacob K.; Hart, Philip A.; Hollings, Ernest F.; Proxmire, William
Loans for Mobile Home Purchases; VA Financing for Mobile Homes; S.3285 Older Americans Housing Act of 1972; S.Con.Res.4 Model Cities Program; S.3685 Mortgage Credit
1970-1972
69 19 Housing
Brock, William E.; Taft, Robert, Jr.; Cranston, Alan; McGovern, George; Proxmire, William
1973
69 20 Housing
Sparkman, John J.; Andrus, Cecil D.; Eardley, Richard R.
Low-Cost Housing; Housing Crisis; Mobile Home Safety; Omnibus Housing Bill S.3066; Settlement Costs In Real Estate Transactions S.3164; Mortgage Credit Act; Model Cities Program
1974
69 21 Housing
Brooke, Edward W.; Tunney, John V.; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.
Hud "701" Funds; Middle Income Housing Bill
1975 January-May
70 1 Housing
Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Proxmire, William
Emergency Housing Act of 1975; Home Mortgage Disclosure Act of 1975 S.1281
1975 June-December
70 2 Housing
Community Block Grant Program; Anti-Trust Improvements Act S.1284; S.3554 National Neighborhood Policy Act
1976
70 3 Housing
Bumpers, Dale; Proxmire, William; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Sasser, Jim
Housing Sales; Energy Conservation Standards; Young Families Housing Act S.664; National Flood Insurance Program; Housing and Development Act of 1977 S.1523; S.1523 Community Reinvestment Act of 1977; S.1523 Indian and Alaska Native Housing and Community
1977
70 4 Housing
Interstate Land Sales Act S.3084; S.2726 Housing Conservation Act of 1978
1978
70 5 Housing
Evans, John V.; Stafford, Robert T.; Leahy, Patrick J.
Fair Housing Act Amendments; Rural Housing Programs; Mortgage Revenue Bonds H.R.3712
1979
70 6 Housing
Evans, John V.
Housing and Community Development Act of 1980; Fair Housing Act Amendments H.R.5200; Builders, Lumber Prices
1980 January-June
70 7 Housing
Fair Housing Act Amendments; High Interest Rates
1980 July-October
70 8 Humane Treatment of Animals
Humane Treatment of Animals S.3088 and S.533; S.3570 Humane Treatment of Animals Used for Tests and Experiments
1960-1964
70 9 Humane Treatment of Animals
Javits, Jacob K.; Tydings, Joseph D.
Interstate Traffic of Animals of Endangered Species; Clark-Cleveland Bill S.1071; "Dog Napping" Story From "Life" Magazine; Laboratory Animals Welfare Act
1965-1970
70 10 Immigration and Naturalization
Evans, John V.
Adoption of Hungarian Orphans; Non-Quota Immigrant Visas for Orphans S.866; Basque Sheepherders; Hungarian Refugees; Greek Immigration Quotas
1957 January-May
70 11 Immigration and Naturalization
Change In Immigration Law S.2410; Non-Quota Immigration Visas for Orphans; Eusebid Asla Pinuaga S.2648; Basque Sheepherders; Fabian Families
1957 June-November
70 12 Immigration and Naturalization 1957-1959
70 13 Immigration and Naturalization
Hennings, Thomas C., Jr.; Eastland, James O.
Basque Sheepherders
1958 January-April
71 1 Immigration and Naturalization 1959 January-May
71 2 Immigration and Naturalization
S.1996 Immigration and Naturality Act
1959 June-December
71 3 Immigration and Naturalization 1960
71 4 Immigration and Naturalization
Theophilus, D.R.; Eastland, James O.; Bilyeu, Charles E.
Speeches: "Introduction of S.805", No Date; "Introduction of S.1915", No Date
1960-1966
71 5 Immigration and Naturalization
Javits, Jacob K.; Keating, Kenneth B.
Alien Orphans Adoption Law
1961-1962
71 6 Immigration and Naturalization
Dworshak, Henry C.
Changing Immigration Laws
1963-1964
71 7 Immigration and Naturalization
Cuban Refugee Program
1965
71 8 Immigration and Naturalization
Kennedy, Edward M.; Fong, Hiram L.; Goldwater, Barry M.
Illegal Aliens; Report: From Judiciary Committee; S.1899 Nonvisa Visitor Act of 1970; S.2531 Alien Employment Certification Act of 1975; S.1928 Alien Employment Act; H.R.981 Immigration and Nationality Act Amendments of 1975; H.R.982 Amend The Immig
1966-1975
71 9 Immigration and Naturalization
Harris, Fred R.; Davis, William E.; Rodino, Peter W., Jr.; Eastland, James O.; Kennedy, Edward M.
Basque Sheepherders S.3969
Speech: "Introduction of S.3969", No Date
1968-1976
71 10 Immigration and Naturalization
Illegal Aliens; S.158 Immigration and Nationality Act
1976-1977
71 11 Immigration and Naturalization
Kennedy, Edward M.
1977-1980
71 12 Immigration and Naturalization
Mcintyre, James T.; Kennedy, Edward M.
Cuban Refugees
1978-1980
Indians
General and by tribe and reservation.
Box
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71 13
Langer, William K.; Smylie, Robert E.; Whitman, Carl, Jr.; Garry, Joseph R.; Hart, John B.
S.331 Offenses On Reservations; S.Con.Res.3 Raising Standards of Living for Indians; S.809 Provide Economic Assistance To Indians; Jewel Bearing Plant-Rolla, N.D.
1955-1958
71 14
Garry, Joseph R.; Halfmoon, Richard A.; Slickpoo, Allen P.; Greenwood, W. Barton; Engelking, D.F.; Smylie, Robert E.; Goldwater, Barry M.; Neuberger, Richard L.
S.851 Indian's Water Rights; H.R.5424 Indian Lands and Heirship; Coeur d'Alene Judgement Funds; Indian Affairs
1959
72 1
Milligan, Edward A.
White House Conference On Children and Youth March 27-April 1; S.2156 Exchange of Lands Between U.S. and Navajo Tribe
1960
72 2
"American Indians On Reservations In The U.S." 1961; Program and Proceedings-First Annual Conference for Tribal Judges, March 2-6, 1959
1959; 1961
72 3
Milligan, Edward A.; Slickpoo, Allen P.; Whiteman, Edward P.; Burdick, Quentin N.; Anderson, Clinton P.; Allott, Gordon; Goldwater, Barry M.; Gruening, Ernest; Carver, John A., Jr.; Garry, Joseph R.; Artichoker, John, Jr.
S.323 Salmon River Preservation; S.629 Indian Blood Rights; Duck Valley Reservation School Children; Lemhi County Medical Care To Transient Indians
1961 January-May
72 4
Udall, Stewart L.; Young, Milton R.; Keeler, W.W.; Gamble, James H.
Keeler Task Force On Indian Affairs June 12, 1961; Reprint of Original Account: Custer Massacre of The Bismarck Tribune
"The Indian Program On The New Frontier" Before The 18th Annual Convention of The National Congress of American Indians, Lewiston, Idaho
1961 June-December
72 5
Murrow, Edward R.; Cree, Francis
Crow Tribe Vs. U.S. Before Indian Claims Commission; S.2899 Indian Heirship Land Problems; Testimony On S.1392; S.Res.260 Constitutional Rights of The American Indian
1962
72 6
Boyer, Edward; Kennedy, Robert F.; Jackson, Vernon; Holdridge, Herbert C.; Metcalf, Lee; Watkins, Arthur V.; Wilson, Angus A.; Slickpoo, Allen P.; Burnette, Robert
S.1594 Land Rights of Navajo Tribe and Ute Tribe In New Mexico; S.1169 Confederated Tribes, Colville Reservation; S.1442 Close Roll, Confederated Tribes, Colville Reservation; S.1718 Trade With Indians;
1963
72 6
S.1885 U.S. Trust of Burial Grounds for Battle Mountain Colony; S.2027 Snake Or Paiute Indians of Former Malheur Reservation, Oregon; S.2111 Ownership of Colorado River Indian Reservation In Arizona and California; Judgement Funds To Kootenai Tribe Or B
1963
72 7
Dominick, Peter H.
Report To Accompany H.R.17794 Kinzua Dam Project
1964
72 8
Colville Termination Bill S.1413
1965
72 9
Harris, Fred R.; Goldwater, Barry M.
H.R.12394 Purchase, Sale, Exchange Lands On Coeur d'Alene Reservation; S.3910 White House Conference On Indian Affairs
1966-1967
72 10
Halfmoon, Richard A.; Kennedy, Edward M.
S.1217 Title of Lands In Mahnomen and Becker Counties, Minn. To Chiippewa Tribe, White Earth Reservation; S.1230 Lands In Shawano County, Wisc. To Stockbridge-Munsee Reservation; The Effects of Termination On The Menominee S.Con.Res.26; S.2482 Indian Edu
1971
72 11
Moffett, Walter L.; Andrus, Cecil D.; Proxmire, William; Harris, Fred R.; McGee, Gale; Nelson, Gaylord; McGovern, George; Jackson, Henry M.
S.2478 Payment of Lemhi Claim of Shoshone-Bannock Tribes At Fort Hall; Committee Policy On Distribution of Judgement Funds; Menominee Restoration; Nez Perce Judgement Payment, Public Law 87-24; Report On Fort Belnap Reservation Builders Activities
1972 January-May
72 12
Gover, Bill P.; Packwood, Bob; Halfmoon, Richard A.; Meeks, Raymond
S.3594 Klamath Indian Forests; S.2449 Inheritance Nez Perce Reservation; S.2478 Lemhi Judgement Funds To Shoshone-Bannock Fort Hall Tribe; Amend S.1357 To H.R.14370 Metcalf Amendment Revenue Sharing; H.R.11128 Navajo-Hopi Land Bill; H.R.10436 Inheritance
1972 June-December
72 13
Edmo, Jack; Jackson, Henry M.; Trice, Amelia; Gereau, Gerald
Memorandum: Wounded Knee Observations and Recommendations By Gerald Gereau; Memorandum: Major Issues At Wounded Knee; "Trail of Broken Treaties" Protest, Sit-In of Bia Headquarters, Washington, DC; Kootenai Land Bill S.634; Chemawa Indian School
1973 January-May
72 14
Whitaker, John C.; Andrus, Cecil D.; Abourezk, James S.; Martin, Phillip; Banks, Dennis J.; Gibson, Benson; Chino, Wendell; Begay, Eugene A.
H.R.5089 Choctaw, Chickasaw, Cherokee Boudary Dispute Act; H.R.11441 Headstart Fee Schedule; S.1786 National Indian Goals and Progress Act; Chemawa Indian School, Oregon; Indian Water Rights; S.1687 Menominee Restoration Act; S.634 Kootenai Land Bil
1973 June-December
72 15
Domenici, Pete V.; Trice, Amelia; Abourezk, James S.; Halfmoon, Richard A, ; Bible, Alan
S.634 Kootenai Land Bill Hearings, January 25, 1974; S.1017 Indian Self-Determination and Educational Reform Act; S.3552 Reacquisition of Jurisdiction By Indian Tribes Over Criminal and Civil Offenses; S.2938 Indian Health Care Improvement Act
1974 January-July
72 16
Thompson, Morris; Trice, Amelia
S.634 Kootenai Land Bill H.R.9105; Wounded Knee Trials; Bureau of Indian Affairs Indian Preference Policy S.4070; S.1017 Indian Self Determination
1974 August-December
72 17
Wells, Merle W.; Halfmoon, Richard A.; Ourada, Patricia K.
S.522 Indian Health Care Improvement Act; The Indian In The 20th Century, Bsu, 1974-1975, Dr. P.K. Ourada, "The Boise Claim"
1975 January-March
73 1
Abourezk, James S.
Chemawa School and Facilities; S.522 Indian Health Care Improvement Act
1975 April-June
73 2
Trimble, Charles E.; Byrd, Robert C.; Halfmoon, Richard A.; Moffett, Walter L.; Sekaquaptewa, Abbot
American Indian Policy Review Commission; Indian Education; S.1328 State Jurisdiction Over Civil and Criminal Affairs In Tribal Areas; S.545 Wounded Knee Compensation; S.509 Retirement Benefits for Non-Indian Employees of Bureau of Indian Affairs
1975 July-December
73 3
Abourezk, James S.; Castro, Raul H.
American Indian Policy Review Commission-"Activities and Progress" and "Resolutions and Supportive Statements for Chemawa Indian School"
1976 January-March
73 4
Wells, Merle W.; Krenzke, Theodore; Kuykendall, Jerome K.; McConnell, A. Mitchell; Loder, Tom K.; Peters, Calvin J.; Skanen, Skip
S.509 Indian Employees In Bia; The American Indian School of Medicine; The Boise Claim Treaty of Fort Boise, 1864; Testimony of Shoshone-Bannock Tribes On Health Needs; "Toward Economic Development for Native American Communities"; "Federal Encroachment
1976 April
73 4
Indian Action Team Program; Chemawa School and Health Facility; Duck Valley Indian Reservation;
1976 April
73 5
Slickpoo, Allen P.; Halfmoon, Richard A.; Stearns, Harold G.; Thompson, Elden
Nee-Me-Po (Nez Perce) Trail; Joseph Route; Chemewa School Closing; Appropriations for Indian Action Team Program; Progress Report, 1973-1976 Advocates for Indian Education, The Northwest Tribes; Annual Progress Report: Resource Development Project Cou
1976 May-July
73 6
Wheaton, John M.
Indian Education Act of 1972, Title Iv; "Numbers Games and Circuses and Shrinking of Niip" National Indian Youth Council
1976 August-December
73 7
Califano, Joseph A., Jr.; Evans, John V.; Abourezk, James S.
American Indian Policy Review Commission-Information Packet; Title Iv Indian Education Act; "Tribal National Park Plan" Coeur d'Alene Tribe; H.R.5701 and S.1216 Indian Claims Amendments; "Trail of Broken Promises: An Assessment of Hud's Indian Housing Pr
1977 January-May
73 7
S.522 Indian Health Care Improvement Act; S.- Indian Child Welfare Act of 1977; S.- Housing and Development Assistance for Indians and Native Alaskans
1977 January-May
73 8
Black, Michael S.; Scott, Wilfred A.; Skanen, Skip; Abourezk, James S.; Williams, C. Herb; Neubrech, Walt
Indian Treaties, American Nightmare By C. Herb Williams and Walt Neubrech; Chemawa Indian School Construction; S.Res.196 Commemorating The 100th Anniversary of The Nez Perce War of 1877; S.Res.- Select Committee On Indian Affairs A Permanent Committee
"Nez Perce War Commemorative Resolution" June 16, 1977
1977 June-December
73 9
Scanen, Hillary
Bureau of Indian Affairs Task Force; "National United Indian Action Program: Proposal for Fiscal 1979"; H.R.- Abrogation of All Treaties With American Indian Tribes; S.2502 Tribal/State Compact Act of 1978
1978 January-March
73 10
Lasarte, Bernard J.; Skanen, Skip; Felton, Warren; Scott, Wilfred A.
6, 300 Acre Coeur d'Alene Tribal Farm; Indian Action Team Program; Title Iv, Indian Education Act; S.2642 Blm/Nez Perce Land Transfer
1978 April-December
73 11
Byrd, Robert C.; Inouye, Daniel K.; Scott, Wilfred A.; Melcher, John; Hall, Robert T.; Cox, Claude A.
Fort Hall Indian School Construction; Proposed Mining Lease-J.R. Simplot Co. Fort Hall Reservation; S.1466 Distribution of Judgement Funds To Kansas and Idaho Delaware Tribes; "Resource Development Project: Annual Progress Report" Coeur d'Alene Tribe; H.
1979
73 12
Byrd, Robert C.; Scott, Wilfred A.; Macdonald, Peter; Laxalt, Paul; Cannon, Howard W.; Paiva, James; Lasarte, Bernard J.
S.1466 Judgement Funds To Kansas and Idaho Delaware Tribes; S.2222 Extend Statute of Limitations for Filing Indian Claims Under 28 Usc 2415; S.2166 Native American Culture and Development Act; S.Res.448 Make Select Committee On Indian Affairs Permanent
1980
73 13 Indians : Lapwai School District
S.998 Transfer of Lands To Lapwai School District; H.R.3995 Similar To S.998
1957
73 14 Indians : Legislation
S.2945 Judgement Funds To Coeur d'Alene Tribe; S.2244 Federal Property Services Act To Promote The Welfare of Indians; S.2345 and S.2346 Transfer Submarginal Lands To Shoshone, Bannock, Ft. Hall Reservations; S.2379 Donate 11.25 Acres Federal Land In ID
1958-1959
73 14 Indians : Legislation
Halfmoon, Richard A.; Gruening, Ernest; Ernst, Roger; Murray, James E.
Coeur d'Alene; Shoshone; Bannock; Nez Perce; S.3683 Redevelopment Program On Indian Reservations; S.56 Provision of Sanitation Facilities and Services; S.Con.Res.12 Federal Responsibility Toward Indians; S.953 Economic Assistance To American Indians;
1958-1959
73 15 Indians : Legislation
Smylie, Robert E.
Title To Certain Lands Within Nez Perce Reservation, Idaho; S.2947 Land Transfer From Oregon Short Line Railroad Co. To Pocatello First Corp. of Mormon Church; S.3650 Fort Hall Indian Irrigation Project
1960
73 16 Indians : Legislation
S.3650 1960 Tribes-Shoshone, Bannock/Ft. Hall, Nez Perce; S.1294 Amend Act of June 30, 1948, Fort Hall Irrigation Project; S.1295 Authorize Use of Judgement Funds To Nez Perce Tribe; S.2298 Advisory Board On Indian Affairs
1961 #1
74 1 Indians : Legislation
Javits, Jacob K.; Campbell, Joseph; Miller, Jack; Shaw, James R.
S.J.Res.199 American Indian Day, 4th Friday In September; S.751 Indian Claims Commission Act; S.1392 Indian Heirship
1961 #2
74 2 Indians : Legislation
Bennett, Wallace F.; Burnette, Robert; Mckinnon, James E.
S.2899 Indian Heirship; S.3178 Loans To Finance Testimony of Expert Witnesses Before Indian Claims Commission; Indian Affairs; Subcommittee On Indian Affairs
1962
74 3 Indians : Legislation
Dominick, Peter H.
S.50 Loans To Finance Testimony of Expert Witnesses Before Indian Claims Commission; S.J.Res.84 American Indian Day; S.1049 Indian Heirship
1963
74 4 Indians : Legislation
Andrus, Cecil D.
H.R.14417 Tribal Land Consolidation; H.R.8773 Indian Education
1975-1977
74 5 Indian Tribes -- Coeur d'Alene
George, Oswald C.; Garry, Joseph R.; Nash, Philleo; Garry, Ignace H.; Antelope, William M.
Petition To Amend The Coeur d'Alene Tribal Constitution
1958-1965; 1979
74 6 Indian Tribes -- Idaho, Delaware and Navajo
Melcher, John
S.3251, S.2155, S.1466 Distribution of Judgement Fund To The Delaware Tribe; S.1534 Sale of Lands Along The Snake River, Idaho; S.1635 Idaho Anadromous Fish Habitat Restoration Act
1965; 1976; 1978-1980
74 7 Indian Tribes -- Nez Perce
Neuberger, Richard L.; Nechtner, Howard D.; Greene, Jesse; Halfmoon, Richard A.
Nez Perce Hunting and Fishing Rights
1958-1962
74 8 Indian Tribes -- Nez Perce
Wilson, Angus A.; Wagner, Carruth J.
H.R.11699 Use of Lands, Nez Perce County, Idaho, for Educational Purposes; S.2642 Nez Perce Land Transfer Bill
1963-1965; 1978-1979
74 9 Indian Tribes -- Shoshone, Bannock, Duck Valley 1975; 1978-1979
74 10 Indian Tribes -- Shoshone, Bannock, Fort Hall
Parker, Frank W.; Zimmerman, William, Jr.
Treaty Between United States and Eastern Band of Shoshone and Bannock Indians 1868; Closing of Livestock Trail Across Reservation; S.1717 Civil and Criminal Jurisdiction; Zimmerman, William, Jr., "The Fort Hall Story-An Interpretation"
1957; 1959 January-June
74 11 Indian Tribes -- Shoshone, Bannock, Fort Hall
Bennett, Elmer F.; Engelking, D.F.; Boyer, Edward
School Attendance; Fort Hall Irrigation Project
1959 July-December
74 12 Indian Tribes -- Shoshone, Bannock, Fort Hall
Leonard, Ross
S.-- Conflict Between State of Idaho and Shoshone, Bannock, Fort Hall Tribes Regarding Unrestricted Rights To Hunt and Fish
1960
74 13 Indian Tribes -- Shoshone, Bannock, Fort Hall
Thorpe, Joseph, Jr.; Boyer, Edward; Cosgrove, Kenneth; Littlejohn, Layton, L.; Carver, John A., Jr.; Laidlaw, Sally Jean
Laidlaw, Sally Jean, "Federal Indian Policy and The Fort Hall Indians"; Bia Banning of Indian Stick Game; S.3650 Fort Hall Indian Irrigation Project; Appointment of John A. Carver, Jr. As Asst. Sec. of The Interior and Commissioner of Indian Affairs
1960-1961
74 13 Indian Tribes -- Shoshone, Bannock, Fort Hall 1960-1961
74 14 Indian Tribes -- Shoshone, Bannock, Fort Hall
Leonard, Ross; Crow, John O.
Hunting and Fishing Rights
1961
74 15 Indian Tribes -- Shoshone, Bannock, Fort Hall
Boyer, Edward; Carver, John A., Jr.
Publication Concerning Tribal Operations: Resolutions, Ordinances, Petitions, Clippings, Constitution, and Bylaws
1962-1965; 1969; 1971
Inflation - Kaye, Danny
Includes insurance and judicial appointments.
Box
Folder
74 16 Inflation 1959-1965
74 17 Inflation 1966
74 18 Insurance
Forand Bill H.4700
1960
74 19 Insurance -- Aging - Loan Guarantees
Problems of Aging
1960-1961
74 20 Insurance
Tydings, Joseph D.
S.3311 Crime Insurance Act of 1970; S.1754, H.R.11024 Credit Insurance
1961-1971
75 1 Insurance
National No-Fault Motor Vehicle Insurance Act
1972
75 2 Insurance
Magnuson, Warren G.
1972
75 3 Insurance
Bayh, Birch
Critique of The Proposed National No-Fault Motor Vehicle Insurance Act; S.3598 Employee Pension and Welfare Benefit Plans
1973
75 4 Insurance
Symms, Steve
1974
75 5 Insurance
Baker, Howard H., Jr.
1974
75 6 Insurance 1975
75 7 Insurance
Moss, Frank E.; Evans, John V.
1976
75 8 Insurance
S.1587 Government Retirement Systems From Taxation; Product Liability
1977-1978
75 9 Insurance
Pepper, Claude
1979
75 10 Insurance
Eccles, Marriner S.; Hatfield, Mark O, ; Long, Russell B.; Gollaher, Monroe; Moynihan, Daniel P.; Javits, Jacob K.
Report To Governor John V. Evans, Proposed Idaho Product Liability Reform Act; Report From Federal Trade Commission; Employee Retirement Income Security Act S.1076
1980
75 11 Interstate Commerce Act
Magnuson, Warren G.; Summerfield, Arthur E.
S.995 Protection of Railroad Employees; S.1425 Same As S.995; S.2935 National Transportation System
1959
75 12 Interstate Commerce Act
Magnuson, Warren G.
1960-1961
75 13 Judicial
Lena Funding
1975-1978
75 14 Judicial Appointments
Haynsworth, Clement F., Jr.; Thurmond, Strom; Jeffrey, Mildred; Humphrey, Gordon J.; Laxalt, Paul
S.739 Venue In The District Courts and Courts of Appeals
1969-1980
75 15 Judicial Retirement
Humphrey, Hubert H.
H.R.985 Retirement At 75 for Chief Justices of Circuit and District Courts; Various Amendments To H.R.985 and Church Amendments
"Amend Chief Judges' Retirement Age To 70", In Senate, July 28, 1958
1957-1958
75 16 Juvenile Delinquency
S.2562 Strengthen Criminal Penalties for Mailing, Importing, Or Transporting Obscene Matter
1957-1962
75 17 Kaye, Danny
S.J.Res.97 Give Danny Kaye A Medal
1961
Labor
Although the union men of the Idaho mines were not a large part of Church's constituency, as a Democrat he supported the union position on issues such as right-to-work, Taft-Hartley and Davis-Bacon act reform. The Labor files also include material relating to the railroad unions, the CETA program and unemployment in general.
Box
Folder
75 18
Reuther, Walter P.
Labor; Trading With Enemies (This Is In Wrong Location)
1957
75 19
Analysis of The Kennedy-Ives Bill; S.3974
1958 January-April
75 20
Wyle, Benjamin
Wyle, Benjamin, "The Unorganized Worker; Forgotten Man In Labor Relations"; Aclu-Statement of Kennedy-Ives Bill; American Airlines Strike
1958 April-December
75 21
Symington, Stuart
Senate Select Committee On Labor Management; S.1555 Labor Management Reporting Act
1959
75 22
"Handbook of Women Workers", Department of Labor, 1958; "Manpower Reports", Department of Labor, 1958
1960
76 1
Meany, George; Lens, Sidney
Steel Workers Legislative Program; Lens, Sidney, "The Mine-Mill Conspiracy Case"; Report of Air Carrier Labor Dispute; Conference On Economic Progress
1961 January-March
76 2
Franks, Maurice; Levine, Louis
Idaho Employment Security Agency Farm Labor Report; Changing Chracter of The Labor Force; Presidential Commission On Airline Labor; S.2134 Democratic Process Within The Labor Unions
1961 April-December
76 3
Kennedy, Robert F.
"The Competitive Challege of Steel", Iron and Steel Institute; Petition To The Subversive Activities Control Board-International Union of Mine, Smelter, and Mill Workers
1962
76 4
Goldberg, Arthur J.
Resolution of Uaw 18th Constitutional Meeting; AFL-CIO "Labor Looks At The 87th Congress"
1962
76 5 1963
76 6
S.1781 Strike Breakers; H.R.8489 Civil Service Pensions; H.R.1153 Employers Contributions for Promotion of Products
1965
76 7 1966
76 8
Labor; Constitution of Plumbers and Pipe Fitters
1967
76 9
Bennett, Wallace F.; Samuelson, Don
Copper Strike
1968
76 10
Javits, Jacob K.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.
H.R.453 Labor Court Act; American Enterprise Institute
1969
76 11
Rustin, Bayard; Meany, George; Hartke, Vance
S.3526 Effective Transportation Services During National Emergencies; The Employment and Training Opportunity Act of 1970 S.3867/H.R.19519; The Hartke Amendment #967 S.2348
1970
76 12
Harris, Fred R.; Bayh, Birch; Muskie, Edmund S.; Cook, Marlow W.; Javits, Jacob K.; Metcalf, Lee
National Economic Equity Act S.3876; Civil Service S.437/H.R.3661; S.- Amendment To The Walsh-Healey Act Allowing 4 Day Work Week; S. The National Productivity Act of 1971; S.4460 National Public Employees Relations Act
1971
76 13
Andrus, Cecil D.; Hartke, Vance; Meany, George; Javits, Jacob K.; Taylor, George; Packwood, Bob; Brooks, Jack; Tower, John G.
Air West Strike; Transportation Strike Legislation; S.2592 Tariff and Trade Laws; Emergency Transportation; Benefit Security Act H.R.1269; Pension and Employee Benefit Act S.2; Sunshine Mine Disaster; AFL-CIO State Convention; Hospital Exemption To Natio
1972
76 14
Inouye, Daniel K.; Tunney, John V.; Jackson, Henry M.
S.1566 Maritime Strikes; S.1861 Fair Labor Act; S.1238 & H.R.4726 Picketing; H.R.77; S.1423 Legal Services; S.2022 Flexible Hours Employment Act; Non-Profit Hospital Exemptions; S.1871 Expansion of Ycc; S.1559 Comprehensive Manpower Act; Idaho AFL-CIO Co
1973
76 15
S.2643, H.R.8677 and 9730 National Park Labor Relations; Construction Industry Stability Board; Ceta Expansion; S.3451 Shepherd Wagons; S.3600 Wage Adjustment Act; H.R.8193 Energy, Transportation Security Act
1974
76 16
"Americans Against Union Control of Government" By Jesse Helms; Department of Labor FY 1975 Planning Estimates
1975
76 16
Helms, Jesse; Symms, Steve
S.1479 and S.20479 Construction Site Picketing; S.2712 Right To Work for Journalists; H.R.10130 Fair Labor Standards; H.R.8069 Employment Service Appropriations; H.R.502 Federal Employment Assistance; H.R.77 Public Employee Labor Relations; H.R.1587 Publ
1975
76 17
Stanley, Scott, Jr.
S.2939 Opportunities Industrialization Act; S.50 Government As Employer of Last Resort; S.926 and H.R.3536; S.3201; Nfl Players Association; Labor & HEW Appropriations H.R.14232; H.R.10210
1976
76 18
S.2239 Conscience Amendment; Coal Strike; H.R.3161 Federal Fire Fighter Hours; Masonite Strike; S.926 Minimum Wage
1977-1978
76 19
Dole, Robert; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Hawkins, Augustus F.
General Contractor's Association; Ceta; S.50 and H.R.50 Humphrey/Hawkins Full Employment; H.R.4876 Economic Stimulus Act; Hatch Act; S.413 and H.R.3297 Overtime Pay; H.R.77 Labor Reform; H.R.314 and H.R.7388 Service Contract Act; S.1604 Illegal Aliens; H
1978
76 20
Plebiscite Cards
1978
76 21
S.300 and H.R.2060 Illinois Brick Bill
1979
76 22
S.1693 Conscience Amendment
1980
76 22
P.L.308 Fitzgerald Act; Apprenticeship; On The Job Training Contract Act; H.R.777 Labor Reform; S.2080 Public Buildings; S.1076 and S.625 Exclude Gravel Pits and Quarries From Coal Mine Safety Act; S.2823 Urban Jobs and Enterprise Zones; S.1076-Multi Em
1980
76 23 Labor : Anti-Trust
Hoffa, Jimmy; Bridges, Harry
West Coast Maritime Strike; S.2573 McClellen Anti-Trust; Hoffa; Bridges
1961; 1962; 1966
76 24 Labor : Appalachian Development
Magnuson, Warren G.; Vegors, Stanley
S.15970 and H.R.8193 Cargo Preference Act; S.575 Appalachian Regional Development Act
1971 June-July
77 1 Labor : Comprehensive Employment and Training Act (Ceta)
Nichols, Glenn W.; Evans, John V.; Nelson, Gaylord; Chiles, Lawton; Bellmon, Henry
S.2570 Ceta Reauthorization; Youth Employment Initiatives Act; Bellmon/Chiles Reduction Amendments
1978-1980
77 2 Labor : Common Situs Picketing
Secondary Boycott; Idaho Homebuilder's Association Membership Directory
1958-1961 January-March
77 3 Labor : Common Situs Picketing
Holland, Spessard L.; Thompson, Frank, Jr.
H.R.2953 Thompson; H.R.6409 Holland; Legislative Research Service On Common Situs
1961
77 4 Labor : Common Situs Picketing
H.R.10027 Sickles Bill; H.R.8282 52 Weeks Unemployment
1965-1966
77 5 Labor : Common Situs Picketing
Mciary, James D.
Afl/Cio Statement; Industry Viewpoints, Business Week
1967-1969
77 6 Labor : Common Situs Picketing
Christian Labor Association
1975 May-September
77 7 Labor : Common Situs Picketing
Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Javits, Jacob K.
Bumpers Amendment; Williams-Javits Amendment
1975 September-October
77 8 Labor : Common Situs Picketing 1975 November
77 9 Labor : Common Situs Picketing 1975 December
77 10 Labor : Common Situs Picketing
Usery, W.J.
Common Situs Picketing; Vetoes
1976
77 11 Labor : Common Situs Picketing 1977
77 12 Labor : Conscience Amendments 1978-1980
77 13 Labor : Davis-Bacon Act
Marshal, Ray
S.1319 Military Construction Authorization Act; S.224 Internal Revenue Regulations; S.1681 Cut Reporting; Jepsen Amendment; S.2080 Public Buildings Act; H.R.6041 Fringe Benefits; H.R.14370 Revenue Sharing; S.1570 Federal Construction
1962-1980
77 14 Labor : Emergency Employment Act
Johnston, J. Bennett; Hathaway, William D.; Taft, Robert, Jr.; Macgregor, Clark; Knight, Gladys
S.1298 Public Service Employment Act, 1973; S.1560 and S.2263 Substitutes, Tower of Texas; H.R.4481 Emergency Employment Appropriations, 1975
1971
77 15 Labor : Equal Rights - Women 1957-1968
77 16 Labor : Fannin Amendment - Farm Labor
Fannin, Paul J.
S.8 and H.R.4769 Agriculture Labor Relations Act; Farm Labor Contractor Act of 1963; S.2875 and S.2789 Migrant Housing; Boren Amendments
1956
77 16 Labor : Fannin Amendment - Farm Labor
Williams, Harrison A., Jr.
Fannin Amendment, Union Dues for Political Purposes; Farm Labor, American Farm Bureau Federation; Share Croppers Fund, National Advisory Committee On Farm Labor; Department of Labor, Special Farm Labor Committee; National Farm Labor Users Conference
1956
77 17 Labor : Federal Employees
King, Grace G.; Burdick, Quentin N.
Public Employees; Federal Employees; S.1322 Extend Federal Employee Compensation Act To Pay Chiropractic Treatments; H.R.9 Civil Service Retirement; S.1781 Federal Citizens Job Protection Act; Federal Salary Act
1962-1980
77 18 Labor : Foreign
Foreign Labor; Department of Labor Policies; Braceros Certification In Southwest Idaho; Public Law 68; Japanese Labor; Dept. of Agriculture, Daily Digest, August 24, 1960; H.R.12759 Mexican Farm Labor Bill; S.1945 Mexican Farm Labor Bill To Reform P.L.7
1956-1962
77 19 Labor : Foreign
Hughes, Nicholas
P.L.78-1963 Extension; House Agriculture Committee Report; Nyssa-Nampa Beet Growers Viewpoints; P.L.87692-Health Clinics; R.10440 War On Poverty; National Share Croppers Fund Report of Farm Workers Conditions; S.521 Education of Adults A
1963-1964
77 19 Labor : Foreign
S.524 National Advisory Council On Migratory Labor
1963-1964
77 20 Labor : Foreign
Chavez, Cesar; Muskie, Edmund S.; Bennet, Fay; Healy, Cletus S.J.
S.3545 Immigration and Nationality Act; State of Idaho, Department of Employment, "Idaho Farm Labor Report"; H.R.4011 Collective Bargaining for Farm Labor; S.763 Kuechel Amendment To S.1986; Share Croppers Fund, 1965 Report On Conditions O
1964-1974
77 21 Labor : Full Employment
Javits, Jacob K.; Humphrey, Hubert H.
Job Development Act; Full Employment and Job Development Act of 1972, 1973, 1975; Equal Opportunity and Full Employment Act of 1976; H.R.8053 Jobs Creation Act of 1975; S.50 Full Employment Act 1976, 1977
1972-1977
77 22 Labor : Hatch Act 1977-1979
78 1 Labor : Hawaii Commerce Bill
Fong, Hiram L.; Inouye, Daniel K.
Hawaii and US Pacific Island Commerce Act S.1566
1973-1974
78 2 Labor : Health and Labor
Health and Labor; S.3 National Health Security; S.4 Labor Pension Bill
1973
78 3 Labor : Management Industry Promotion
Joint Labor; Management Industry Promotion S.1369
1970
78 4 Labor : Manpower Development and Training Act of 1961
Stevens, Ted; Amyx, Jay S.
S.1991 Manpower Development Act of 1961; S.2346 Manpower Act of 1971; S.31 Public Service Employment Act
1961-1977
78 5 Labor : Minimum Wage
Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, As Amended; "Forest Or Lumbering Operations Incident To Or In Conjunction With Farming Operations", Interpretive Bulletin
1957
78 6 Labor : Minimum Wage 1958
78 7 Labor : Minimum Wage
McNamara, Pat
S.1046 and H.R.4488 Minumum Wage; Afl/Cio Report; H.R.8305 Federal Credit Unions; 1940-1958 Idaho Population Growth and Personal Income Study
1959
78 8 Labor : Minimum Wage 1960 January
78 9 Labor : Minimum Wage 1960 February-March
78 10 Labor : Minimum Wage 1960 April-July
78 11 Labor : Minimum Wage
S.1570 Fair Labor Act
1960 August-September
78 12 Labor : Minimum Wage 1961 January-April
78 13 Labor : Minimum Wage 1961 March 13-14
78 14 Labor : Minimum Wage
McBride, George; West, Harold; Hawkins, Earl; Kiser, Al; Walters, John G.; Dirksen, Everett Mckinley
Minimum Wage; H.R.8260 and S.2486 Double Time for Overtime; Idaho Potato Processing Analysis; Labor Department Report On H.R.9824; Labor Department Report On Small Logging Operations; Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938; H.R.10275 Retail Exemptions
1963-1964
78 15 Labor : Minimum Wage
Retail Exemptions; Agricultural Exemptions
1965 September-November
78 16 Labor : Minimum Wage
Davis-Bacon H.R.17596, H.R.13712, H.R.8282, H.R.15119, S.2671, S.2672, 3032; S.1991 Unemployment Compensation; Minimum Wage
1966 January-May
78 17 Labor : Minimum Wage 1966 June-October
78 18 Labor : Minimum Wage 1967; 1969; 1971
78 19 Labor : Minimum Wage 1972 February-June
78 20 Labor : Minimum Wage 1972 July-December
78 21 Labor : Minimum Wage 1973
79 1 Labor : Minimum Wage 1973-1975
79 2 Labor : Minimum Wage 1976-1977
79 3 Labor : Minimum Wage 1977-1979
79 4 Labor : National Labor Relations Act
Dirksen Amendments; Norris-Laguerdia R.R. Labor Act
1959-1960
79 5 Labor : National Labor Relations Act
Taft, Robert, Jr.; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.
National Labor Relations Act S.3203, S.794, S.2292, H.R.13673, H.R.1236, H.R.7935, H.R.11357
1974
79 6 Labor : National Labor Relations Act
Public Employees
1975-1977
79 7 Labor : Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Samuelson, Don; Meany, George
OSHA; S.2193 Safe and Healthful Working Conditions; Federal Occupational Safety and Heath Act of 1968 S.2864/H.R.16783
1968-1970
79 8 Labor : Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Curtis, Carl T.; Meany, George; Taylor, George; Beck, Carl
Small Business Exemption From OSHA H.R.12068; Select Committee On The Oversite of OSHA
1972
79 9 Labor : Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Dominick, Peter H.
Bill To Repeal OSHA H.R.7937
1973
79 10 Labor : Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Strang, Alan
Amendments To The OSHA Act S.1147 and S.1249
1973
79 11 Labor : Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Ervin, Sam J., Jr.; Strong, Jack; Chiles, Lawton
OSHA Repeal Bill H.R.7437; John Birch Society; OSHA Legislation Summary; 1972 Occupational Accident Summary; Amendment To OSHA S.1147
1974
79 12 Labor : Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Abdnor, Jim
OSHA Reform; Policy and Administrative Revue Board; Florida Fruit Growers Et Al. Vs The Dept. of Labor; S.1147 OSHA Reform
1974
79 13 Labor : Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Chiles, Lawton
Noise Standards; OSHA Issue Brief From Library of Congress
1975
79 14 Labor : Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Thurmond, Strom; Laxalt, Paul; Taft, Robert, Jr.
Public Law 91-596 OSHA; On Site Consultation S.3182; S.- OSHA Reform Help Small Business With The Payment of Costs; OSHA Reform S.2871/H.R.4675
1976
79 15 Labor : Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Bingham, Eula; Dole, Robert; McClure, James A.
On Site Consultation; Farm and Small Business Exemptions S.179 and S.180; Repeal H.R.1348; Reform S.1177; Benzene Standards; OSHA
1977
79 16 Labor : Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Dole, Robert; Johnston, J. Bennett; Sanger, T. Daniel
OSHA; Barlow Vs Usery; Repeal H.R.7152; On Site Consultations; Cotton Dust; Performance
1978
79 17 Labor : Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Bumpers, Dale; Schweiker, Richard S.
S.918 Exempt Farm and Small Business From OSHA; S.2153 OSHA Reform; Postal Workers H.R.826; Position Paper Re: S.1486, S.1472, S.2153, National Cattlemens Association
1979-1980
79 18 Labor : Organizations
Background for Coeur d'Alene Labor Movement; Mine-Mill Case Re: Subversive Activities Act of 1954; National Association for The Advancement of Colored People-International Ladies Garment Workers Union Conflicts; S.749 Exempt Unions From Taxes
1959-1963
79 19 Labor : Organizations
Greenspan, Alan; Percy, Charles H.; Hoffa, Jimmy
S.4505 Prohibit Food Stamps To Strikers; Wage Escalation In Construction; 1969 Chemical Workers Strike; Alliance for Labor Action; The Chicago Plan for Minority Employment; Transportation Trades Resolution On Conglomerates; S.575 Public Workers Accelerat
1967-1972
79 20 Labor : Organizations
Helms, Jesse; Debs, Eugene Victor; Howell, Henry E., Jr.; Woodcock, Leonard; Gorman, Patrick E.; Hoffa, Jimmy
Americans Against Union Control of Government; United Mine Workers Elections; 1974 Convention Resolutions of The International Woodworkers; Hughes Air West Strike; Human Resource Office Youth Conservation Control; S.Res.302 Committee To Investigate Jimm
1973-1976
79 21 Labor : Organizations
S.3595 National Labor Relations Act; S.1693 National Labor Relations Act; Minimum Wage; H.R.777 Public Employees Collective Bargaining
1976-1979
80 1 Labor : Organizations - Right to Work 1976-1979
80 2 Labor : Public Works 1976
80 3 Labor : Railroads
S.2573 McClellan Bill; Presidential Commission On Railroads
1962
80 4 Labor : Railroads
Meany, George; Schoene, Lester P.
"Why Labor Opposes Comulsory Arbitration" Excerpts From Testimony Before Senate Committee On Commerce
1963
80 5 Labor : Railroads 1963
80 6 Labor : Railroads 1963
80 7 Labor : Railroads
Loomis, Daniel P.
West Coast Lumberman's Association Trade Mission To Europe; Promulgation of Revisions In Work Rules By Union Pacific Railroad; "The Featherbedding Impasse: Cooperation Vs. Non-Cooperation" By Daniel P. Loomis
1963
80 8 Labor : Railroads
Railroad Labor Problems
1964
80 9 Labor : Railroads
Loomis, Daniel P.
"The Feather Bedding Impasse: Cooperation Vs. Non-Cooperation" and "Management's Concessions In The Featherbedding Dispute: A Record of One-Way Bargaining" American Association of Railroads
1964
80 10 Labor : Railroads
Magnuson, Warren G.
Hours of Service Act Amendments; Employees Pension-Spouses' Social Security H.R.3157
1965
80 11 Labor : Railroads 1966
80 12 Labor : Railroads 1967
80 13 Labor : Railroads 1968
80 14 Labor : Railroads
Allott, Gordon; Tydings, Joseph D.; Hartke, Vance
Report By The American Railroad Association; S.1938 Railroad Workers' Hours
1969
80 15 Labor : Railroads
S.2004 Communications Act of 1934
1969
80 16 Labor : Railroads
H.R.8449 Hours of Service; H.R.13300 Supplemental Pension
1969
80 17 Labor : Railroads
H.R.8449 Hours of Service; H.R.13300 Supplemental Pension
1969
80 18 Labor : Railroads 1970
80 19 Labor : Railroads 1970
80 20 Labor : Railroads 1971
80 21 Labor : Railroads
Joint Resolution Providing for Extension of Section 10 of The Railroad Labor Act
1971
80 22 Labor : Railroads 1971
80 23 Labor : Railroads 1972
80 24 Labor : Railroads 1973
81 1 Labor : Railroads 1973
81 2 Labor : Railroads 1973
81 3 Labor : Railroads 1974
81 4 Labor : Railroads 1974
81 5 Labor : Railroads 1975-1976
81 6 Labor : Railroads 1977-1978
81 7 Labor : Railroads 1980
81 8 Labor : Right to Work
Hartung, A.F.; Cadwallader, A.F.; Meany, George
H.J.Res.613 Constitutional Amendment To Make Former Presidents Members of The Senate; Common Situs Picketing; Secondary Boycott; Proton Accelerator; Names Appearing On Right To Work Committee
1957-1965
81 9 Labor : Right to Work
White, Compton I., Jr.; Day, Henry L.; Biemiller, Andrew J.; Beirne, J.A.; Meany, George
H.R.77 Repeal Section 14b of Taft Hartley Act
1964 July-December
81 10 Labor : Right to Work
Curtis, Carl T.
1966 February
81 11 Labor : Right to Work 1975-1980
81 12 Labor : Steel Strike
S.Res.69 Steel Strike
1959
81 13 Labor : Taft-Hartley
Taft Hartley 14b Repeal
1965
81 14 Labor : Taft-Hartley
Taft Hartley 14b Repeal
1965 May-June
81 15 Labor : Taft-Hartley
Taft Hartley 14b Repeal
1965 August-October
81 16 Labor : Taft-Hartley
Taft Hartley 14b Repeal
1965
81 17 Labor : Taft-Hartley
Taft Hartley 14b Repeal
1965
81 18 Labor : Taft-Hartley
Taft Hartley 14b Repeal
1966 January-February
81 19 Labor : Taft-Hartley
Taft Hartley 14b Repeal
1966
81 20 Labor : Taft-Hartley
Taft Hartley 14b
1966
81 21 Labor : Taft-Hartley
Taft Hartley 14b
1966
81 22 Labor : Taft-Hartley
Taft Hartley 14b
1975-1980
82 1 Labor : Reform - Landrum-Griffin Bill
Landrum, Phil M.; Griffin, Robert P.
S.1631 Provide for Commission On Unemployment Problems; Labor Reform
1959
82 2 Labor : Reform - Landrum-Griffin Bill
Landrum, Phil M.; Griffin, Robert P.
S.155 Amendments; Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959; S.748 Safeguards Against Improper Practices In Labor Organizations; Labor Reform
1959
82 3 Labor : Reform - Landrum-Griffin Bill
Landrum, Phil M.; Griffin, Robert P.
Public Law-S.1555; Labor Reform
1959
82 4 Labor : Reform - Landrum-Griffin Bill
Landrum, Phil M.; Griffin, Robert P.; Goldwater, Barry M.
Labor Reform; Report From Senate On Labor; Report From House of Representative On Labor
1959
82 5 Labor : Reform - Landrum-Griffin Bill
Landrum, Phil M.; Griffin, Robert P.; McClellan, John L.
Labor Reform; S.1555 McClellan Bill
1959
82 6 Labor : Reform - Landrum-Griffin Bill
Landrum, Phil M.; Griffin, Robert P.
Labor Reform; S.1555 Labor Organizations To Show Financial Statement; McCellan Bill; S.505 Union Organizations Financial Statement
1960-1961
82 7 Labor : Reform - S.1883 1977
82 8 Labor : Reform - S.1883 1978
82 9 Labor : Reform - S.1883 1978
82 10 Labor : Reform - S.1883 1978
82 11 Labor : Reform - S.1883 1978
82 12 Labor : Reform - S.1883 1978
82 13 Labor : Reform - S.1883 1978
82 14 Labor : Reform - S.1883 1978
82 15 Labor : Reform - S.1883 1978
82 16 Labor : Reform - S.1883 1978
82 17 Labor : Reform - S.1883 1978
82 18 Labor : Reform - S.1883 1979-1980
83 1 Labor : Tower's Act S.3671
Tower, John G.; Smylie, Robert E.
Labor
1968
83 2 Labor : Unemployment
McCarthy, Eugene J.
S.1631 Establishment of Commission On Unemployment; U.S. Department of Labor, Unemployment Insurance Claims
1959-1969
83 3 Labor : Unemployment
Bayh, Birch; Mondale, Walter F.; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Cranston, Alan; Tower, John G.; Dominick, Peter H.; Montoya, Joseph H.; Percy, Charles H.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Garrett, H. Fred
Labor
1970-1975
83 4 Labor : Unemployment
Hartke, Vance
Report: Unemployment Insurance, Financing, and Benefit Costs
1970-1975
83 5 Labor : Unemployment
Heinz, H. John III; Schweiker, Richard S.
1976-1980
83 6 Labor : Unemployment 1976-1980
83 7 Labor : Welfare Fund 1957-1958
83 8 Labor : West Coast Dock Strike
Packwood, Bob
Transportation Crisis Act of 1972-Section By Section Analysis
1972
83 9 Labor : West Coast Dock Strike
Timmons, William E.
1972
83 10 Labor : Worker's Compensation
Report On The Future of State Worker's Compensation
1973-1979
83 11 Labor : Youth Employment 1977-1979
Legal - National parks and recreational areas
Also included are files on lumber, maritime industries, medical care, including Medicare, military and national parks and recreational areas.
Box
Folder
84 1 Legal
Johnson, Lyndon B.; Clark, Chase A.; Jenner, William B.
Appellate Jurisdiction of The Supreme Court S.2646
1958
84 2 Legal
Mansfield, Mike
H.R.3, S.3 "Curb The Court" Supreme Court of The US
1959
84 3 Legal
H.J.R.534 Burnham Chemical Company; Standards of Conduct Act S.2374; H.R.12622 Court Power To Compel A Federal Officer To Perform His Duty
1960
84 4 Legal
Keating, Kenneth B.; Kennedy, Robert F.
S.1658 Interstate Shipment of Gambling Devices; S.1268 Improved Administration; S.1564 Fugitive Felon Act; H.Res.698/S.1658; Public Defenders In District Courts; Prayer In Public School
1961
84 5 Legal
Broyhill, Joel T.; Quinn, William F.; Smylie, Robert E.; Chaffee, Eugene B.
S.1086 Wiretapping; S.2813 Juke Box Piracy; H.R.6690 District Judge Representation On The Circuits; Prayer In Public Schools; New York Regents Prayer Case
1962
84 6 Legal
Johnston, Olin D.
Judicial Reform S.R.61, S.R.267; Prayer In Public Schools; 11th Circuit Court S.1876; Supreme Court Decision On School Bible Reading
1963 January-July
84 7 Legal
Federal Public Defender Compensation; Public School Prayer; Citizen's Congressional Committee; Grazing Rights Appeals Venue S.717, H.R.1960; Reapportionment; S.1876 11th Curcuit Court of Appeal
1963 July-1964 December
84 8 Legal
Kennedy, Edward M.; Morrissey, Francis X.; Fortas, Abe; Capehart, Homer E.
S.610 Bench Salaries; Roscoe Pound Academy of Criminal Justice; S.J.R.1 Vice Presidential Vacancies; Prayer In School; Registration of U.S. Communist Party Members; Subversive Activities Control Act; Liberty Amendment; Morrissey Judicial Nomination; Rein
1965
84 9 Legal
Ervin, Sam J., Jr.; Hruska, Roman L.; Spierer, Larry A.
Preliminary Report On Court Modernization In Idaho, Legislative Council Committee On Courts
1966
84 10 Legal
Door, Thomas J.; Mcfadden, Joseph J.; Carmichael, Stokely; Shepard, Allan G.; Powell, Adam Clayton
Copyright Amendments; S.1033 National Court Assistance Act; Crime, Law Enforcement Assistance Act of 1965; Loyalty Oath; Executive Orders; Supreme Court; S.159 Judicial Administration; Capital Punishment
1967
84 11 Legal
Ervin, Sam J., Jr.; Holland, Spessard L.; Tydings, Joseph D.
Soltar Case 1950 Subversive Activities Act; Judicial Appointments; Tort Claims Act; Electoral College Reform; H.R.2181 Burnham Chemical Company; Tydings Judicial Reform Act
1968
84 12 Legal
Graham, J.F.; Hoover, J. Edgar; Buckley, James L.; Macintyre, Tom; Cook, Marlow W.; Mondale, Walter F.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.; Hooker, Robert E.
Judicial Appointments; J.F.Graham Versus J. Edgar Hoover; S.2039 Discipline of Attorneys; S.626 Copyright; El Paso Natural Gas Merger; Fund Impoundments; S.215 Constitutional Convention; Executive Order 11605 Subversive Activities Control Board; S.1653
1969-1971
84 12 Legal
Soveriegn Immunity; Quiet Title Bill; H.R.4299 Judge Advocates
1969-1971
84 13 Legal
Burdick, Quentin N.; Tunney, John V.; Cranston, Alan; Levi, Edward; Hansen, George V.; Hartke, Vance; Humphrey, Hubert H.
Judicial Appointments; S.408 Fair Trade; S.1136 Anti-Trust Funding; S.1362 Judge Advocates; S.2022- Riminal Loss Recovery Act; No Fault Insurance; Tort Claims Act; National Institute of Justice; S.644 Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights; Bilingual Courts
1972-1975 July
84 14 Legal
H.R.4675, S.2871 Legal Fees for Successful Defendents of Government; Oklahoma Contested Senatorial Elections; "Full Faith and Credit", Child Snatching; S.1021 Runaway Youth Act, Delinquency Prevention Act; Death Sentence; Capital Punishment
1975-1979
84 14 Legal
Helms, Jesse; Griffin, Robert P.; Thurmond, Strom; Deconcini, Dennis; Abourezk, James S.; Laxalt, Paul; Lugar, Richard G.; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.; Reuss, Henry S.; Stevens, John Paul; Mondale, Walter F.; McGovern, George; Scott, William L.; Carter, J
S.1001 Equal Access To The Courts Act; Financial Privacy Act; S.1874 Anti-Trust Legislation; S.3005 Citizen's Right To Stand In Federal Court Act of 1978; S.2266 Bankruptcy Reform; Lugar, Richard, "Omnibus Judgeship Bill"; Liability Ceilings; S.615 Smal
1975-1979
85 1 Legislative Reorganization Act
Schmitt, Harrison
Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970; Legislative Veto Amendment; Lewiston Bridge
1970; 1979-1980
85 2 Libraries
S.Res.49 Library Week; Library Services and Construction Act; 29th Biennial Report of The Idaho State Library; "The Capital News" Gift To Idaho State Library
1957-1960
85 3 Libraries
Javits, Jacob K.
Library Services and Construction Act S.3076, H.R.14050, S.2802; Boise College Designation As Depository; Pacific Northwest Library Association; S.1124 National Library Act
Statement To Subcommittee On Education Concerning College Library Funding, July 12, 1966; "Libraries: The Quiet National Resource" To Pacific Northwest Library Association, 69th Annual Conference
1966
85 4 Lieu Lands
Dworshak, Henry C.
S.2055 Phosphate Rights; P.L.86596, H.R.9142, H.R.10102, S.3435, P.L.86786, and S.2959 State's Rights To Public Lands Subject To Mineral Leases Or Permits; S.3434 Public Lands In Alaska; P.L.85-771 and S.2517 Reports
1960
85 5 Lieu Lands
Williams, Arnold
S.3205 Lieu Lands Bill; Idaho House Joint Memorial No.6; Public Land Statistics, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Department of Interior
1962
85 6 Lieu Lands
Kleppe, Thomas S.; Payne, John B.; Evans, John V.; Ellsworth, James; Austin, H. Gregory
S.2055, S.3204, S.3205 Phosphate; The State of Utah Vs. Thomas S. Kleppe; Lieu Lands; Clear Lists; Phosphate Withdrawals; Idaho; Wyoming Vs. U.S., Supreme Court Decision Re Lieu Lands; Secretary of Interior Vs. New Mexico
1961-1963; 1974-1976
85 7 Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission
S.J. Res. 161 Final Report of Commission
1960
85 8 Lobbying
S.2971 Registration of Lobbyists
1978
85 9 Log Exports
Freeman, Orville L.; Montoya, Joseph M.; McGuire, John R.
Log Export Problems; Pacific Northwest Forest Industries; Exportation of Softwood Logs From Federal Lands
Statement At Log Export Hearing, July 19, 1968
1968
85 10 Lumber 1961
85 11 Lumber 1962
85 12 Lumber
West Coast Lumberman's Association; Recommendations of The Lumber Industry To The Secretary of Agriculture
1962
85 13 Lumber
Kreaner, H. Dewayne; Freeman, Orville L
Imports; West Coast Softwood Lumber Industry; S.3517 Lumber
1962
85 14 Lumber
Cliff, Edward P.
Tariff Commission; Forest Industries Yearbook, 1962
1962
85 15 Lumber
Freeman, Orville L.; Magnuson, Warren G.
Lumber
1962
86 1 Lumber 1962
86 2 Lumber 1962
86 3 Lumber
S.2737 Use of American Flag Vessels; S.957 Tariff Act of 1930
1962-1963
86 4 Lumber
Freeman, Orville L.; Mansfield, Mike; Metcalf, Lee
1963
86 5 Lumber
Freeman, Orville L.
1963
86 6 Lumber 1963
86 7 Lumber 1963
86 8 Lumber
Hodges, Luther H.
Lumber; Softwood Standards
1963
86 9 Lumber
Idaho Lumber Industry
1966
86 10 Lumber
O'Brien, Lawrence F.; Magnuson, Warren G.
Special File On Hearings In Lewiston
1962-1964
86 11 Lumber
Desilet, Phillip E.
Special File On Hearings In Lewiston; Testimony To Lumber Committee
1962-1964
86 12 Lumber
Andrus, Cecil D.; Rettig, Edwin C.
Special File On Hearings In Lewiston; Testimony To Lumber Committee
1962-1964
86 13 Lumber
Magnuson, Warren G.
Special File On Hearings In Lewiston; Testimony To Lumber Committee
1962-1964
86 14 Lumber
Bonner County
1962
86 15 Lumber
Lumber Standards
1967
86 16 Mail Seizure & Maritime Industry
Long, Edward V.; Morse, Wayne; Jackson, Henry M.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Kefauver, Estes; Door, Thomas J.
S.1597 Bureau of Submarines; Cargo Preference Act; S.1886 Opening of Mail By The IRS; S.1983 Liability In The Case of A Sea Disaster; Maritime Giveaway Scandal; Proportionment of Government Shipbuilding; S.2096 Pilotage
1956-1969
86 17 Maritime Fisheries
Fisheries Conservation Act of 1974 S.1988; Fisheries Conservation Act S.961/H.R.200; 200 Mile Territorial Limit; Law of The Sea; Ocean Law Treaty
1974-1976
86 18 Maritime Fisheries
Maw, Carlyle E.; Gravel, Mike; Kissinger, Henry A.; Levering, Samuel R.
International Commission for The Northwest Atlantic Fisheries; Law of The Sea; 200 Mi. Fishing Zone H.R.200; S.961 Emergency Marine Fisheries Act; Oceans and International Environment
1975-1980
86 19 Maritime Industries
Curran, Joseph
Maritime Industry; S.3192 The Consumer Communications Reform Act of 1976; Crisis In Sea Power
1968; 1976
86 20 Medical Care
Kennedy, John F.; McNamara, Pat; Bonn, Ernest J.; Cohen, Wilbur J.
Bill of Rights for Older Citizens; P.L.85-908 White House Conference On Aging; Retire Persons Medical Act; Social Security Admendments On Aging; "Financing Health Care for The Aged: The Role of Voluntary Insurance"
1956-1959
87 1 Medical Care
McNamara, Pat; Campbell, Rita R.; Campbell, W. Glenn; Corey, James B.
Social Security Bill H.R.12580; Health Insurance In The U.S.; "The Aged In Mental Hospitals"; Social Security Amendments of 1960; Problems of The Aged and The Aging
1959-1960
87 2 Medical Care
Aged and The Aging; H.R.4700 Social Security
1960 August
87 3 Medical Care
McNamara, Pat; Byrd, Robert C.
"Aging Americans: Their Views and Living Conditions"; 62 Year Old Retirement; Report: "Comparision of Current Health Insurance Proposals for Older Persons"; Report: "Health Needs of The Aged"; Report: "The Condition of Americans Nursing Homes"; S.404 Re
1960
87 4 Medical Care
Aged and Aging In The United States
1960-1961
87 5 Medical Care
Javits, Jacob K.
AFL-CIO; Report: "Health Care Insurance for The Aged"
1961
87 6 Medical Care
Aging; Social Security P.L.86-788
1961
87 7 Medical Care
S.909/H.R.4222 Medicare
1961
87 8 Medical Care
McNamara, Pat; Kerr, Robert S.
Health Proposals for Older Persons; Medicare S.909
1962
87 9 Medical Care
H.R.4222 King/Anderson; Medicare S.909
1962
87 10 Medical Care
Medicare S.909; State Finances and Medical Care Programs for The Aged
1962
87 11 Medical Care
H.R.4222; State Finances and Medical Care Programs for The Aged; Special Staff On Aging; P.L. 86-778 1960 Social Security Amendments
1962
87 12 Medical Care
Report: Performance of The States; H.R.4222
1962
87 13 Medical Care
S.880 Social Security Hospital and Related Services; S.909; H.R.4222
1962
88 1 Medical Care
Javits, Jacob K.
Federal Health Insurance for The Aged; Guaranteed Lifetime Health Insurance; Aging
1962
88 2 Medical Care
Cohen, Wilbur J.
Aged; Aging; H.R.4222 Health Insurance Benefits Act of 1961; P.L.86-788 Kerr-Mills; Cohen, Wilbur, "Senior Citizens and How They Live"; Health Care Through Social Security
1963
88 3 Medical Care
Humphrey, Hubert H.
Message of The President On S.880; Committee On Aging
1964
88 4 Medical Schools
Faulkner, James M.
S.595 Medical School Grants, Student Loans, and Scholarships; H.R3140 Public Health Service Act; H.R.11631 Medical Schools; H.R.9096 V.A. Medical School Contracts; S.596 Public Health Service Act; H.R.3041; Opportunity for Medical Education In Idaho; Ida
1965-1967
88 5 Medicare
Medical Care for The Elderly; Hospital Insurance Act of 1963; Aging; Social Security
1963
88 6 Medicare
H.R.11687 Social Security Amendments; Aging
1964 January-August
88 7 Medicare
Social Security; Medicare; Aging
1964 August-December
88 8 Medicare
Javits, Jacob K.; Kolouch, Fred T.
Medicare; H.R.3920 King-Anderson Medicare; H.R.3727 Eldercare; Aging; Social Security
1965
88 9 Medicare
O'Brien, Lawrence F.; Ribicoff, Abraham
Eldercare H.R.3727; Medicare H.R.1; H.R.6675 Medicare; Health Insurance and Related Provisions of Public Law 89-97; Social Security Amendments of 1965; Aging
1965
88 10 Medicare
Optometry Amendment To Medicare Bill H.R.6675; Aging; Social Security
1965
88 11 Medicare
Smathers, George A.
Social Security; Aging
1965
88 12 Medicare
Williams, Harrison A., Jr.
H.R.1 Medicare; H.R.3727 Eldercare; Social Security; Aging
1965
88 13 Medicare
Aging; Social Security
1966-1967
88 14 Medicare
Dodd, Thomas J.; Hartke, Vance; Metcalf, Lee; Ribicoff, Abraham; Harris, Fred R.; Kennedy, Edward M.
Chiropractors; Osteopaths; Social Security; Aging
1967-1969
89 1 Medicare
Murphy, George; Scott, Hugh; Carlova, John
Chiropractic Care; Medicare for Coal Miners; Carlova, John, National Health Insurance; H.R.17550 Social Security and Medicare Reform Act of 1970; Aging
1970
89 2 Medicare
Gurney, Edward J.; Kennedy, Edward M.; Cooper, John Sherman; Saxbe, William B.; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Montoya, Joseph M.
American Nursing Home Association; Health Security Act of 1971; S.3333 Household Aid Under Medicare; Chiropractors; Optometrists; Social Security Prescription Drugs S.936; Aging
1971
89 3 Medicare
Hartke, Vance; Stevenson, Adlai E. III; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Canton, Sam; Montoya, Joseph M.; Mondale, Walter F.; Ribicoff, Abraham
H.R.3153 Lifetime Reserve and Company Insurance Rate; Petition of Commendation and Encouragement; S.631 Out-of-Hospital Medications; H.R.1 Rehabilitation; Optometrists; S.174 Drugs; Ribicoff Amendment To Include Medications; Aging; Social Secur
1972
89 4 Medicare
Bayh, Birch; Ribicoff, Abraham; Domenici, Pete V.; Inouye, Daniel K.; Talmadge, Herman E.
S.2958 Professional Standards Review Orgainizations; S.994 Kidney Transplant Act of 1973; Dominici Bill for Annual Check-Ups; S.1906 Nursing Differetial; S.3036 Chiropractic; Social Security; Aging
1974-1975
89 5 Medicare
Inouye, Daniel K.; Stafford, Robert T.; Clark, Dick; Leahy, Patrick J.; Dole, Robert; Bumpers, Dale; Matsunaga, Spark M.
S.1008 Medicare; H.R.4444 Health Maintenance Organizations; S.489 Medicare Home Health Care Amendments of 1979; Optometrists; Community Mental Health Centers; Nursing Differential; Social Security; Aging
1977
89 6 Medicare
Social Security; Aging; Community Mental Health Centers
1980
89 7 Memorials
Symington, Stuart; Muskie, Edmund S.; Allott, Gordon; Hennings, Thomas C., Jr.; Neuberger, Richard L.; Burns, John A.; Arnold, Elta M.
S.1381 Ozark Rivers National Monument; Freedom Memorial Act of 1960; Hennings, Thomas C., Proceedings At The Unvieling of The Portraits of Five Outstanding Senators; Cowboy Hall of Fame; S.2363 National Monument To Democracy; Pacific War Memorial USS Ari
1957-1958
89 8 Memorials
Kennedy, John F.; Johnson, Walter; Wilson, Woodrow; Bible, Alan; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.
S.J.Res.51 Memorial To The Memory of Woodrow Wilson
1960-1963
89 9 Memorials
State Memorials
1961
89 10 Meteorology -- Metrics 1957
89 11 Military
Alsop, Joseph; Smylie, Robert E.; Small, Milton
Fort Sill; National Guard; Cottonwood Butte Radar Station; Surplus Sales; Pay Scales; Department of The Army, Reactivate The Congressional Training Unit; H.R.8240 Military Construction Bill
1956-1957
89 12 Military
Farrel, Paul V.; Ammer, Dean S.; Hershey, Lewis B.; Morrison, H.W. Harry; Douglas, Paul H.
Cordiner Recommendations; Farrel, Paul V. and Dean S. Ammer, "The Truth About Military Buying; Bonners Ferry Armory; H.R.11470 Armed Forces Pay Bill; Boise High School Rotc; Reserve Reorganization
1957 September
89 13 Military
Goldwater, Barry M.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Long, Russell B.
S.401 Retirement Recomputation; H.R.11318 Committee Reports
1959-1963
89 14 Military
Morse, Wayne; Symington, Stuart; Russell, Richard B.; Moss, Frank E.
Boise High School Rotc; National Defense Cadet Corps
1963-1965
89 15 Military
McGovern, George; Stone, Jeremy
H.R.14088 Hospitalization Insurance for Retired Personel; H.R.14622 Specialty Pay for Dentists; H.R.16646 Discharge Rehabilitation; Stone, Jeremy, "The Case Against Missile Defenses", Institute for Strategic Studies, London, April, 1968
1966-1968
89 16 Military
S.2546 Troop Reductions and Limitations; Nelson-Goodell Amendments; Chemical and Biological Warfare; The F14 Billion Monument To The Past?
1969
89 16 Military
Pell, Claiborne; Hatfield, Mark O.; Hartke, Vance; Case, Clifford P.; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Symington, Stuart; Mondale, Walter F.; Brooke, Edward W.; Dodd, Thomas J.; Inouye, Daniel K.; Cook, Marlow W.; Percy, Charles H.; Moss, Frank E.; Nelson, Gaylord
Hartke Amendments; Mondale-Case Amendment On Aircraft Carriers; ABM; Air Force Base Closures and Effectiveness; S.2546 Military Appropriations; S.2674 Special Pay for Lawyers In Services and Tax Exemptions During Service In Korea
1969
89 17 Military
Laird, Melvin D.; Fulbright, J.W.
Presidio Case, San Francisco; Pay Scales
1969
90 1 Military
McCarthy, Richard D.; Proxmire, William; Mcintyre, Thomas J.; Schweiker, Richard S.; Hartke, Vance; McGovern, George; Williams, Harrison A., Jr.; Cooper, John Sherman; Hart, Philip A.; Tydings, Joseph D.; Cook, Marlow W.; Bayh, Birch; Eagleton, Thomas F.
Chemical and Biological Warfare; Military Sales Fund; University of Idaho, ABM Forum; Aircraft Carriers; S.2546 Military Procurement Authorization; Doubts About The F-14 At The Pentagon; Civilian Review Commission
1969
90 2 Military
Packwood, Bob; Elmindorf, Armin; Cranston, Alan; Bennett, Wallace F.; Gravel, Mike; Muskie, Edmund S.; Joiner, Truman; Miller, B.G.; Bellmon, Henry; Thurmond, Strom; Cooper, John Sherman; Bayh, Birch; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.
Coast Guard Reserve; Military Use of Herbicides; S.3302 Defense Production Act of 1950; Sole Source Procurement Dd963's; S.4056 Fiscal Stabilization Act of 1970; Reserve Training for Members of Congress; Hart/Cooper Amendment; S.4191 Uniform Code of Mili
1970 January-August
90 3 Military
Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.; McCarthy, Eugene J.; Muskie, Edmund S.
1970 August-December
90 4 Military
Inouye, Daniel K.; Tower, John G.; Beall, J. Glenn, Jr.; Thurmond, Strom; Humphrey, Hubert H.; Ervin, Sam J., Jr.; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.; Melman, Seymour
S.1127 Military Justice; Judge Advocates Pay; S.377 Military Retirement Pay; S.325 Survivors Benefits; S.4191 Military Justice Act of 1970; H.R.6531 Military Pay and Allowance; S.2247 Discharge Procedures Act of 1971; S.Res.151 Nuclear Freeze; S.93
1971
90 4 Military
"Limits of Military Power for National Security, and The Path To Disarmament" By Seymour Melman
1971
90 5 Military
Ervin, Sam J., Jr.
Retirement Compensation; Amnesty; S.3750 Martial Law Restriction; Military Housing
1971
90 6 Military
Gannon, E.J.
Amnesty Cards and Tally; Newsweek Gallup Poll; "Military Pay: The Proposed Salary System" By E.J. Gannon
1972
90 7 Military
Tunney, John V.; Beall, J. Glenn, Jr.; Tower, John G.; Hartke, Vance; Thurmond, Strom; Kennedy, Edward M.; Pell, Claiborne; Richardson, Elliot L.
S.330 Reserve Retirement; Amnesty; Army National Guard; Air National Guard; Reservists Committee To Stop The War Vs. Elliot Richardson; P.L.92-171, P.L.92-481, P.L.92-198; S.1548 Military Installation Closing Commission
1973 January-July
90 8 Military
McClellan, John L.; Goldwater, Barry M.; Mcintyre, Thomas J.; Proxmire, William; Bentsen, Lloyd; Baker, Howard H., Jr.; Hartke, Vance
Retirement Recomputation S.1336
1973 September-December
90 9 Military
Taft, Robert, Jr.; Pell, Claiborne; Hartke, Vance
S.2832 Earned Immunity Act of 1974; Recomputation; S.1835 Srvicemen's Group Life for Weekend Warriors
1974
90 10 Military
Hart, Philip A.; Bayh, Birch; Thurmond, Strom; Eagleton, Thomas F.; Taft, Robert, Jr.; Symington, Stuart; Dole, Robert
Recomputation of Retirement; Amnesty; Military Commissary Stores; Awacs Amendments; Military Procurement Ceiling; Naval Reserves
1975
90 11 Military
McGovern, George; Hartke, Vance; Stone, Richard; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.
George Washington Peace Academy; Retirement; Idaho Nuclear Sportsmans Club; Commissaries; S.1745 McGovern/Mathias Military-Civilian Adjustment Act
1975
90 12 Military
Ford, Wendell H.; Proxmire, William; Scott, Hugh; Bumpers, Dale; Thurmond, Strom
Amnesty; H.R.12384 Military Procurement, Construction and Authorization; Commissaries; Unionization of Armed Forces; Congressional Amnesty Conference; Widow's Equity Bill H.R.1166 and S.2108
1976 January-August
90 13 Military 1976 August-December
90 14 Military
Bayh, Birch; Matsunaga, Spark M.; Inouye, Daniel K.; Thurmond, Strom; Proxmire, William; Ford, Wendell H.; Johnston, J. Bennett
Amnesty; Industrially Funded Personel; Pearl Harbor Survivors; Retirement-Annuities; Conflict of Interest; S.274 Military Unionization
1977 January-June
91 1 Military
Chiles, Lawton; Stafford, Robert T.; Stevens, Ted
Nuetron Bombs; S.274 Unions and Military; H.R.7847 Reserves
1977 July-December
91 2 Military
Feld, Bernard T.; McGovern, George; Morgan, Robert; Thurmond, Strom; Roth, William V., Jr.; Mcintyre, Thomas J.
S.2856 and S.623 Survivor's Benefits; M.X. Missile; Arms Control; Panama Canal Zone
1978
91 3 Military
Hollings, Ernest F.; Packwood, Bob; Domenici, Pete V.; Schmitt, Harrison; Thurmond, Strom; Heinz, H. John III; Hart, Gary; McCloskey, Paul N.; Riegle, Donald W., Jr.; Tower, John G.; Bellmon, Henry; Biden, Joseph R., Jr.; Cochran, Thad
Retirement; Uranium Miner's Compensation Act of 1979; Military Manpower Study Act of 1979; Excess Profits; Civil Defense
1979
91 4 Military
Armstrong, William L.; Chiles, Lawton; Stone, Richard; Roth, William V., Jr.; Pryor, David
Recruiting; Military Pay Ceiling
1979
91 5 Military
Warner, John W.; Nunn, Sam; Pell, Claiborne; Humphrey, Gordon J.; Pressler, Larry; Bayh, Birch; Mathias, Charles McC., Jr.; Thurmond, Strom; Deconcini, Dennis; Ackerman, Philip M.
Compensation; S.91 Survivor Benefits; Defense Appropriations
1980 January-August
91 6 Military
Armstrong, William L.
Compensation; Retirement
1980 September-December
91 7 Military -- Guard and Reserves
Walsh, John E.; Bible, Alan; Byrd, Robert C.
Armory Construction In Idaho; Boise Schools Rotc; Guard Army and Air Technician Retirement; Accident Involving 25 Idaho Air National Guard Personel
1958-1962
91 8 Military -- Guard and Reserves
McGowan, D.W.
Annual Report Chief National Guard Bureau; 116th National Guard Location In Vietnam
1963
91 9 Military -- Missiles
Friendly, Alfred; Jackson, Henry M.; Thurmond, Strom; Smylie, Robert E.; Alsop, Stewart
Polaris Fleet Ballistic Missile; Disarmament; "How Can We Catch Up" By Stewart Alsop, Saturday Evening Post, December 14, 1957
1957-1963
91 10 Military -- Missing In Action
Montgomery, G.V.; Thurmond, Strom; Hollings, Ernest F.
Missing Persons In Southeast Asia; H.R.2669, S.474, H.R.1638, and S.624 Status Changes for Mia's; S.Res.5 Presidential Council On Mia's; H.Res.81 Presidential Task Force; S.Res.48 and H.Res.131 Sense of The Senate and House That All Parties To Paris Agre
1975
91 11 Military -- Pay and Allowances
Yarborough, Ralph W.
Cold War GI Bill; Pay; Allowances
1961-1963
91 12 Military -- Pay and Allowances
Inouye, Daniel K.
1965-1973
91 13 Military -- Space Communications
Kefauver, Estes; Yarborough, Ralph W.
S.2890 Public Corporation for Our Communications Space Satellite System; Communications Satellite Authority Act
1961-1962
91 14 National Advisory Commission On Interstate Crime 1963
91 15 National Advisory Council for International Medical Research
Humphrey, Hubert H.; Hill, Lister
S.J.Res.41
1959
91 16 National Building Museum
S.1842
1980
91 17 National Environmental Policy Act of 1969
The New Conservation" Idaho Parks and Recreation Convention, April 22, 1969
1969
91 18 National Foundation On The Arts and Humanities
Bikel, Theodore
1965
91 19 National Foundation On The Arts and Humanities
Brourman, Jacques; Moe, Henry Allen; Smylie, Robert E.; Hansberger, Robert V.; Stevens, Roger L.; Davis, William E.
1966 January-October
91 20 National Foundation On The Arts and Humanities
Stevens, Roger L.
1966 November-December
92 1 National Foundation On The Arts and Humanities
Hansberger, Robert V.; Moss, Frank E.; Stevens, Roger L.
1967
92 2 National Housing Act
Foreign Lumber; S.782
1963
92 3 National Parks & Recreation Act of 1978
92 Stat.3467
1978
92 4 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Cape Cod National Seashore Park 1960
92 5 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Channel Islands National Park 1979
92 6 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- City of Rocks National Monument
McClure, James A.
S.3777
1961; 1973-1974
92 7 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- City of Rocks National Monument
Jackson, Henry M.
1975-1979
92 8 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- City of Rocks National Monument 1973-1979
92 9 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore 1959; 1965; 1976
92 10 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Lehman Caves, Wheeler Peak Area
S.3587 Establishing National Park In Wheeler Peak, Lehman Caves Area, Snake Range, Eastern Nevada
1958-1959
92 11 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Nez Perce National Park
Woodworth, John R.
Nez Perce National Historical Park
"Introduction of S.2326", To Create The Nez Perce National Historical Park; Church Statement Before Senate Public Lands Subcommittee On S.2326; "Idaho's Case for The Nez Perce National Historical Park", In Senate, September 2, 1964
1963-1964
92 12 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Nez Perce National Park
Jewett, George Frederick, Jr.; Woodworth, John R.; Bianco, Joseph; Baker, Howard W.
Nez Perce National Historical Park
Church Introduction of S.60, To Establish Nez Perce National Historical Park
1965-1966
92 13 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- O'Mahoney Lake Recreation Area
McGee, Gale
O'Mahoney Lake and Recreation Area
1963
92 14 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Oregon Dunes National Seashore 1959-1960
92 15 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Ozark Rivers National Monument 1960
92 16 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Redwood National Park
Kuchel, Thomas H.
1966; 1968; 1977-1978
92 17 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Saugus Iron Works 1966-1968
92 18 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park 1959
92 19 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
Adams, W.E.; Frederickson, Don G.
1960 January
92 20 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
Hoff, Theodore, Jr.; Cooper, Fred M.; Donahue, Dennis
1960 February
92 21 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park 1960 February
92 22 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
Day, Henry L.; Willock, Westerman
1960 February
92 23 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
Cook, E.F.; Frederickson, Don G.
1960 March
92 24 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
Sawtooth National Park Opinion Cards
1960 March
92 25 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
Obee, D.J.; Amestoy, Art M.; Brower, David R.; McCourt, P.L.; Adkins, Earl J.; Ester, Lee
1960 April-May
93 1 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
S.3353 To Study The Advisability of Establishing A Sawtooth National Park
Church Statement Regarding Feasibility Study for Sawtooth Wilderness National Park
1960 January-September
93 2 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
Wells, Merle W.
1960 May-September
93 3 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park 1960 January-December
93 4 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park 1960
93 5 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
Carver, John A., Jr.
1961-1962
93 6 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
Jordan, Len B.
1963 January-July
93 7 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
Raynolds, Kenneth B.; Smylie, Robert E.; Jordan, Len B.
Sawtooth National Park; S.2188 Establish A Sawtooth Wilderness National Park, Idaho
Church Statement At Forest Service Hearings On Proposed Sawtooth Wilderness Designation; Introduces S.2188-Establish A Sawtooth Wilderness National Park, Idaho
1963 August-September
93 8 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
Shepard, Allan G.; Ester, Lee; Engelking, D.F.
1963 October-December
93 9 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
Baker, Howard W.; Nelson, M.M.; Boardman, Walter S.; Scott, John A.
Sawtooth National Park; S.913 Establish Sawtooth Wilderness National Park
Church Introduction of S.913 To Establish Sawtooth Wilderness National Park
1964-1965
93 10 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
Cliff, Edward P.
Sawtooth National Park
Introducing Two Bills In Senate: S.3294 Create A Sawtooth National Park, S.3295 To Establish A Sawtooth National Recreation Area, April 28, 1966
1966
93 11 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
Jordan, Len B.
S.1407 Establish Sawtooth National Recreation Area; Mining Laws
Introduction of S.1267 Establish Sawtooth National Recreation Area, March 14, 1967; Introduction of Amendment To S.853 Sawtooth Recreation Area Bill, February 4, 1969
1967; 1969-1971
93 12 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sawtooth National Park
H.R.6957 Establish Sawtooth National Recreation Area; Mining Laws; S.791 Appropriations for Acquisitions Within Sawtooth National Recreation Area
Statement Before Committee On Interior and Insular Affairs On Sawtooth National Recreation Area Legislation, April 12, 1972
1972; 1975-1978
93 13 National Parks & Recreation Areas -- Sleeping Bear Dunes Lakeshore
Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Michigan
1965
National Service Corps - No fault insurance
The bulk of these files pertain to natural resources and are a good illustration of Church's ability to find compromise and balance both the economic and the aesthetic interests of his constituents and the nation. While the minerals and mining legislation for Church's first three terms is almost exclusively pro-mining, his work at the same time to create national parks and forests and to preserve habitats for fish and wildlife led to his being named Conservationist of the Year in 1965. Water resources were an important Idaho issue and this material fills over two boxes. It shows Senator Church's concern for the people of Idaho and their water rights.
Box
Folder
93 14 National Service Corps 1963
93 15 National Trails 1976-1978
93 16 National Trails -- Continental Divide Trail
Andrus, Cecil D.
1976-1977
93 17 National Trails -- Desert, Lewis and Clark, Mormon Pioneer Trails
Andrus, Cecil D.
Desert Trail; Lewis and Clark Trail; Mormon Pioneer Trail
1963; 1976-1978
93 18 National Trails -- National Historic Trails
Zorinsky, Edward
H.R.6900 National Historic Trails Act of 1978; H.R.6900 Oregon Trail - Historic Trail Bill; Remarks By Bethine Church At The Nauvoo Monument To Women, Nauvoo, Illinois, June 27, 1978
Opening Statement On S.2974 National Historic Trails Within The National Trails System, July 24, 1978; Mormon Pioneer Day Statement, July 24, 1978; Statement At Parks and Recreation Subcommittee Historic Trails Hearings, May 1, 1978
1978
93 19 National Trails -- National Historic Trails
S.2659 National Trails System; Oregon Trail; S.2664 Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Act of 1978; S.2705 Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail; S.929 Iditarod National Historic Trail
1978
94 1 National Trails -- Nez Perce Trail
S.Res.196 Commemorating The 100th Anniversary of The Nez Perce War of 1877; Nez Perce Trail
Introduction of S.3273 Nee-Me-Poo Trail As A National Scenic Trail, April 8, 1976
1975-1978
94 2 National Trails -- Oregon Trail 1977
94 3 Natural Disaster Act
O'Brien, Lawrence F.
1965
94 4 Natural Resources
Kulp, Mark R.; Brown, Edmund G., Sr.; Ankeny, Marling J.; Crookham, George L., Jr.; Swift, Ernest
Water; Mining; Opening of Reclamation Sites To Mining
1957
94 5 Natural Resources
Hardyn, Royce A.; Follis, R.G.
Water; Mining; Humane Trapping of Animials; S.3686 Public Works On Rivers and Harbors for Navigation and Flood Control; S.3458 Lands In Boise and Payette National Forests
1958
94 6 Natural Resources
Clark, John; Douglas, Paul H.; Johnson, Frank E.; Randolph, Jennings; Byrd, Robert C.; Clark, Allen F., Jr.
Water; Mining; H.J.Res.534 Relief of The Burnham Chemical Company, A Nevada Corporation
1959
94 7 Natural Resources
Randall, L.J.; Hardy, Robert M., Jr.; Murray, James E.; Schwab, Charles E.; Seaton, Fred A.
Water; Mining; S.Res.162 Domestic Lead and Zinc Industries; S.2858 National Mines Preservation Act of 1960
1960 January-July
94 8 Natural Resources
Heath, Thomas; Chavez, Dennis; Moss, Frank E.
Water; Mining; S.474 Mineral Rights
1960 August-December
94 9 Natural Resources
Lyddan, R.H.; Curtis, Carl T.; Fumich, George, Jr.
Water; Mining; S.1279 Discovery of New Minerals
1961-1963
94 10 Natural Resources
Hartke, Vance; Scott, Hugh
Water; Mining; Conservation
1964
94 11 Natural Resources
Woodworth, John R.
Water; Mining
1965
94 12 Natural Resources
Water; Mining
1966-1967
94 13 Natural Resources
Moss, Frank E.; Muskie, Edmund S.; Stevens, Ted
Water; Mining; S.4050 U.S. Conservation Savings Bonds
1969-1970
94 14 Natural Resources
Muskie, Edmund S.; Baker, Howard H., Jr.; Salter, Robert L.; Jayne, Gerald A.
Environment; Environmental Protection; Pesticides; Pollution
1971
94 15 Natural Resources
Thomas, Robert G.; Bly, Steven W.
Wilderness; Conservation; Environment; Federal Pesticide Control Act of 1972 H.R.10729
1972
94 16 Natural Resources
Bly, Steven W.; McGovern, George; Hart, Philip A.; Jayne, Gerald A.; Tibbitts, Wayne E.; Taft, Robert, Jr.
Land and Water Conservation Fund; Environment; Idaho Primitive Areas; Wilderness; S.- Working Draft of Environmental Protection Act of 1973; S.1162 National Energy Resource Development Act of 1973
1973
94 17 Natural Resources
Andrus, Cecil D.; Bly, Steven W.
S.J.Res. Earth Week; Land and Water Conservation Fund Monies S.3413; Non-Returnable Beverage Containers S.2062
1974
94 18 Natural Resources
Symington, Stuart; Brock, William E.; Cole, Bert L.
H.Con.Res.316 Federal Offshore Oil Leases Off The California Coast
1975
95 1 Natural Resources
Toxic Substances; Idaho Wilderness; Conservation; S.- Authorize Additional Appropriations for Lands Acquisition Within Sawtooth National Recreation Area
1976
95 2 Natural Resources
Christiansen, Dale R.; Evans, John V.; Starr, Ernest E.
S.2303 Resources and Conservation Act of 1978; Bureau of Outdoor Recreation
1977
95 3 Natural Resources
Purdy, Leonard N.; Cranston, Alan; Nunn, Sam; Stevens, Ted; Whalen, William J.
S.2270 Delaware River As Wild River and Scenic; S.2306 National Reserves System Act of 1977; S.- National Trails System Act; S.- National Park System
1978 January-March
95 4 Natural Resources
Thomas, Lowell, Jr.; Stevens, Ted; Hansen, Clifford P.; Byrne, Brendan T.; Hall, Paul
S.1829 Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Reserve, Louisiana; S.2821 Grant To Guam for The Construction of Public Facilities; S.2822 Bnikini Atoll, Trust Territory, Pacific Islands
1978 April 1st-19th
95 5 Natural Resources
Lands Resources Development Funding
1978 April 20th-30th
95 6 Natural Resources
Stevens, Ted; Gravel, Mike; Byrd, Robert C.; Cranston, Alan
S.2876 Developing Ceiling Increases
1978 May
95 7 Natural Resources
Durkin, John A.; Cranston, Alan; Simpkins, Talmage E.; Hansen, Clifford P.; Johnston, J. Bennett; Gravel, Mike; Stevens, Ted; Byrd, Harry F., Jr.; Overton, J. Allen, Jr.; Laxalt, Paul
S.88 King Valley In Sequoia National Park
1978 June-July
95 8 Natural Resources
Andrus, Cecil D.; Purdy, Leonard N.; Laxalt, Paul; Stevens, Ted
1978 August
95 9 Natural Resources
Dees, Bowen C.; Cranston, Alan; Hayakawa, S.I.; Greenley, Joseph C.; Evans, John V.; Hall, Paul
Heyburn State Park; S.3207/H.R.13253 Benjamin Franklin National Memorial Assistance Act
1978 September
95 10 Natural Resources
Hunter, Celia; Carrier, W. Dean; Christiansen, Dale R.; Purdy, Leonard N.; Stahr, Elvis J.
Jackson Hole Scenic Area, Wyoming; St, Joe Wild and Scenic River S.3052; Blm Organic Act; Alaska National Interest Lands
1978 October-December
95 11 Natural Resources
Carter, Jimmy
Environment; S.Res.71 Department of Agriculture;
1974; 1977-1979
95 12 Natural Resources
Turnage, William A.; Laxalt, Paul; Cannon, Howard W.; Guerrero, Lorenzo I.; Manglona, Benjamin T.; Rasa, Oscar C.
S.490/H.R.1825 Archaeological Resources Protection Act of 1979; Rare II; Alaska National Interest Lands; Public Rangelands Improvement Act; Reorganization
1979 January-March
95 13 Natural Resources
Evans, John V.; Peterson, Russell W.; Green, Thomas J.
S.490 Archaeological Resources Act of 1979; Forest Service; National Park Snowmobile Policy
1979 April-June
95 14 Natural Resources
Byrd, Robert C.; Domenici, Pete V.; Bumpers, Dale; Anderson, Paul B.
Archaeological Resources Protection Act of 1979 S.490; Tellico Dam Construction; S.- Range Improvement
Speech: "Snowmobiling", [Recreation Colloquy], [June 7, 1979]
1979 July-December
95 15 Natural Resources
Little, Walter E.; Wells, Merle W.; Green, Thomas J.; Melcher, John
Animal Damage Control Policy; National Heritage Policy Act S.1842; Historic Presevation Act of 1966
1980
96 1 Natural Resources -- Evaluation for Land and Water Projects 1957-1958
96 2 Natural Resources -- Fish and Wildlife
Leonard, Ross; Callison, Charles; Leffler, Ross; Swift, Ernest; Brower, David R.
Humane Methods of Trapping Animals and Birds S.2489; Arctic Wildlife
1955-1959
96 3 Natural Resources -- Fish and Wildlife
Marr, J.T.; Magnuson, Warren G.; Murray, James E.; Leonard, Ross
S.1240 Migratory Fish and Game; S.2167 Humane Treatment; S.2566 Andromromous Fishes
1958-1961; 1974
96 4 Natural Resources -- Fish and Wildlife
Leonard, Ross; Bartlett, E.L.; Carver, John A., Jr.; Woodworth, John R.
Waterfowl Wetlands Bill H.R.7391/S.2175; Golden Eagle Under The Bald Eagle Act S.105; Yellowstone National Park Elk Herds; H.R.9882 Hunting of Morning Doves
1960-1962
96 5 Natural Resources -- Fish and Wildlife
Woodworth, John R.; Theophilus, D.R.; Hayden, Carl; Udall, Stewart L.; Bartlett, E.L.; Garrison, Lemuel A.; Hart, Philip A.
Kooskia/Clearwater Fish Hatchery Project; Yellowstone National Park Elk Herd Reductions; Jackrabbit Control Research Program
1963
96 6 Natural Resources -- Fish and Wildlife
Woodworth, John R.; Hayden, Carl; Hart, Philip A.; Moss, Frank E.; Yarborough, Ralph W.
Wild Animals for Commercial Purposes; S.- Fish Resources; S.335 Importation of Endangered Species
1964-1969
96 7 Natural Resources -- Fish and Wildlife
Burdick, Quentin N.; Woodworth, John R.
S.1238 Donations of Surplus Personal Property; Predator Control Dingle Bill
1965
96 8 Natural Resources -- Fish and Wildlife
Nitrogen Supersaturation; Nitrogen Bubble Disease; Lower Granite Dam; Rabbit Drives
1971
96 9 Natural Resources -- Fish and Wildlife
Moss, Frank E.; Greenley, Joseph C.; Stevens, Ted
S.522 Fish Disease Control Act; S.961 Fisheries Management and Conservation Act; S.- Funds for Fish and Wildlife Mitigation At Teton Project, Idaho
1972-1976
96