J. Roy Rowland Papers, Series II, Subseries A: Legislative Directors’ FilesJ. Roy Rowland Papers, Series II, Subseries A: Legislative Directors’ Files

J. Roy Rowland Papers, Series II, Subseries A: Legislative Directors’ Files

Descriptive Summary

Title: J. Roy Rowland Papers, Series II, Subseries A: Legislative Directors’ Files
Creator: Rowland, J. Roy (James Roy), 1926-
Dates: 1973-1994
Extent: 151.0 boxes (71.5 linear feet)
Collection Number: RBRL/112/JRR
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: J. Roy Rowland Papers, Series II, Subseries A: Legislative Directors’ Files documents the work of Rowland’s two legislative directors, Rebecca Brady (1983-1988) and Kathy Bryant Hennemuth (1987-1994). Legislative research and bill files may contain any of the following: background materials about legislative issues, staffer notes, drafts and final copies of bills, “Dear Colleague” letters to/from other members of Congress, Rowland’s statements made on the House floor, clippings, background memoranda from staff to Rowland, hearing statements by Rowland and others, and correspondence from lobbyists. Legislative mail contains letters to Rowland from constituents about legislation and copies of Rowland’s responses. Mail files also include responses to constituents’ telephone calls or visits to district offices and inquiries received at Rowland’s Washington, D.C., office. Topics in the mail files usually reflect the staffer’s assigned legislative topics. Speeches and statements files contain speeches and statements Rowland made on the House floor or in his district. See Series IV. Press and Series I. Administrative for additional speeches and statements. The Legislative Series’ main strength is health care legislation and related committee work (e.g., Energy and Commerce Committee, Veterans Affairs Committee, National Commission on AIDS, National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality, Select Committee on Children, Youth and Families), and to a lesser extent the topics of transportation (Public Works and Transportation Committee) agriculture, education, defense, the environment, and foreign affairs.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

James Roy Rowland, Jr., was born in Wrightsville, Johnson County, Georgia, on February 3, 1926, to Superior Court Judge and Mrs. J. Roy Rowland, Sr. He attended Wrightsville Primary School and Wrightsville High School, graduating in 1943. He was also an Eagle Scout. Rowland briefly attended Emory University at Oxford, Georgia, as a pre-med student prior to his enlistment in the U.S. Army, serving from 1944 to 1946. He achieved the rank of sergeant and earned a Bronze Star. After returning from Europe, he attended South Georgia College, the University of Georgia, and eventually enrolled in the Medical College of Georgia where he earned his M.D. in 1952. Soon after, he established a family medical practice in Dublin, Georgia, which he maintained until 1980.

In 1976, Rowland ran for the 119th District seat (part of Laurens County) in the Georgia House of Representatives. He was elected and served three terms until 1982.

In 1982, he defeated incumbent Billy Lee Evans for the 8th District seat in the U.S. House of Representatives and served for six consecutive terms as a Democrat. In 1994, he chose not to seek reelection. When Rowland was elected in 1982, the 8th District consisted of the following thirty counties in middle and south Georgia, including the city of Macon: Appling, Atkinson, Bacon, Baldwin, Bibb, Charlton, Clinch, Coffee, Dodge, Glascock, Greene, Hancock, Jasper, Jeff Davis, Jefferson, Johnson, Jones, Laurens, Monroe, Pierce, Putnam, Taliaferro, Telfair, Treutlen, Twiggs, Ware, Washington, Wheeler, Wilcox, and Wilkinson. After redistricting in 1992, Rowland was reelected to the new 8th District in November. The district then comprised thirty-two counties, now including the cities of Macon, Warner Robins, Albany, and Valdosta: Atkinson, Ben Hill, Berrien, Bibb, Bleckley, Clinch, Coffee, Colquitt, Cook, Crisp, Dodge, Dooly, Dougherty, Echols, Houston, Irwin, Jeff Davis, Johnson, Jones, Lanier, Laurens, Lee, Lowndes, Pulaski, Telfair, Tift, Treutlen, Turner, Twiggs, Wheeler, Wilcox, and Worth.

As one of the few medical doctors in Congress (the only doctor in Congress from 1985 to 1988), Rowland capitalized on his experience as a family physician in a largely rural district of Georgia to develop new legislation and contribute to commissions, coalitions, caucuses, and task forces. Rowland belonged to the following House committees and subcommittees: Energy and Commerce Committee (1989-1994), Health and the Environment subcommittee, Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Competitiveness subcommittee, Transportation and Hazardous Materials subcommittee; Veterans’ Affairs Committee (1983-1994), Hospitals and Health Care subcommittee (chairman, 1993-1994), Housing and Memorial Affairs subcommittee; Public Works and Transportation Committee (1983-1989), Airports and Aviation subcommittee; Select Committee on Children, Youth and Families (1983-1994).

Rowland also served on a number of boards (e.g. Biomedical Ethics Board), coalitions (e.g., Rural Health Care Coalition), task forces (e.g., Conservative Democratic Forum: Education Task Force), caucuses (e.g., Congressional Sunbelt Caucus, Congressional Arts Caucus) and commissions, including many that were related to health care. Of particular note is his service on the National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), an independent, bi-partisan commission charged with making recommendations to Congress and the president towards the creation of a uniform national policy on AIDS and HIV. Rowland drafted the legislation for the commission’s founding (H.R. 2881) and Vice President George H. W. Bush appointed Rowland a member of the commission in 1988. Rowland was also appointed to the National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality by the Speaker of the House Thomas P. O’Neil in 1987, and served as vice-chairman. This commission was charged with developing a uniform policy and making recommendations to Congress about infant mortality.

Rowland has received numerous awards, including Peace through Strength Award for his support of defense issues, the Guardian of Small Business Award, and the Legislator of the Year Award in Georgia (1986). In 1998, the Dublin Federal Courthouse was renamed the J. Roy Rowland Federal Courthouse in his honor.

After his congressional career, Rowland has continued to be active in public policy and health care. In 2003, Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue appointed Rowland to the Commission for a New Georgia to assist with health care issues in the state. In 2005, Perdue appointed him to the Board of Directors of Medical College of Georgia Health, Inc. He has also served as an Advisory Board member to Prevent Child Abuse, Georgia.

Rowland married Luella Price in 1945, and they have three children. He and his wife currently reside in Dublin, Georgia.

Scope and Content

J. Roy Rowland Papers, Series II, Subseries A: Legislative Directors’ Files documents the work of Rowland’s two legislative directors, Rebecca Brady (1983-1988) and Kathy Bryant Hennemuth (1987-1994). Legislative research and bill files may contain any of the following: background materials about legislative issues, staffer notes, drafts and final copies of bills, “Dear Colleague” letters to/from other members of Congress, Rowland’s statements made on the House floor, clippings, background memoranda from staff to Rowland, hearing statements by Rowland and others, and correspondence from lobbyists. Legislative mail contains letters to Rowland from constituents about legislation and copies of Rowland’s responses. Mail files also include responses to constituents’ telephone calls or visits to district offices and inquiries received at Rowland’s Washington, D.C., office. Topics in the mail files usually reflect the staffer’s assigned legislative topics. Speeches and statements files contain speeches and statements Rowland made on the House floor or in his district. See Series IV. Press and Series I. Administrative for additional speeches and statements. The Legislative Series’ main strength is health care legislation and related committee work (e.g., Energy and Commerce Committee, Veterans Affairs Committee, National Commission on AIDS, National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality, Select Committee on Children, Youth and Families), and to a lesser extent the topics of transportation (Public Works and Transportation Committee) agriculture, education, defense, the environment, and foreign affairs.

Organization and Arrangement

This subseries is organized into two groups: Rebecca Brady (1983-1988) and Kathy Bryant Hennemuth (1987-1994).


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Case mail and other restricted items are closed for 75 years from date of creation.

Preferred Citation

J. Roy Rowland Papers, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia, 30602-1641.

Processing Note

Thermofax and fax paper has been copied onto bond paper for protection of content. Originals have been kept in addition to preservation photocopies when Rowland or his staff made additional notations. Photographs and audiovisual materials have been separated for preservation purposes.

User Restrictions

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

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Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Russell staff, 2008.


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Access Points

AIDS (Disease) Government policy United States.
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Legislators--United States.
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National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality (U.S.)
United States--National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
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United States--Politics and government--1989-1993.
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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

II. Legislative

Scope and Content: The Legislative Series is organized in two subseries, Legislative Directors’ Files and Legislative Assistants’ Files and documents the work of Rowland’s two legislative directors, Rebecca Brady (1983-1988) and Kathy Bryant Hennemuth (1987-1994), and ten legislative assistants in his Washington, D.C., office. Within each subseries files are arranged according to each staffer’s filing system, although most systems are similar. Below are descriptions of the most common types of file groupings. Legislative research and bill files may contain any of the following: background materials about legislative issues, staffer notes, drafts and final copies of bills, “Dear Colleague” letters to/from other members of Congress, Rowland’s statements made on the House floor, news clippings, background memoranda from staff to Rowland, hearing statements by Rowland and others, and correspondence from lobbyists. When arranged, files are arranged by committee or topic. Legislative mail contains letters to Rowland from constituents about legislation and copies of Rowland’s responses. Mail files also include responses to constituents’ telephone calls or visits to district offices and inquiries received at Rowland’s Washington, D.C., office. Topics in the mail files usually reflect the staffer’s assigned legislative topics. Subject files may be either a mix of legislative research files and mail files or just mail files. Often seen in early staffers’ filing systems. Speeches and statements files contain speeches and statements Rowland made on the House floor or in his district. See Series IV. Press and Series I. Administrative for additional speeches and statements. The Legislative Series’ main strength is health care legislation and related committee work (e.g., Energy and Commerce Committee, Veterans Affairs Committee, National Commission on AIDS, National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality, Select Committee on Children, Youth and Families), and to a lesser extent the topics of transportation (Public Works and Transportation Committee), agriculture, education, defense, the environment, and foreign affairs.



A. Legislative Directors’ Files

Extent: 151.0 boxes
Extent: (71.5 linear feet)
1. Rebecca H. (Becki) Brady, 1983-1992
Scope and Contents note: Rebecca H. (Becki) Brady was an original member of Rowland’s staff who served initially as a legislative assistant (98th Congress, 1983-1984) and then as Legislative Director (99th-100th Congress, 1985-1988).Files are organized as one group, chronologically by congress, and in content are either legislative research or subject files (constituent correspondence). Files from the 98th Congress consist of constituent correspondence filed roughly alphabetically by topic. Research files are intermingled with her subject files. Her files reflect Rowland’s first committee assignments and appointments: Public Works and Transportation, Veterans Affairs (Hospitals and Health Care Subcommittee), Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families. Becki also worked with legislative assistant Chris Hunt during the 98th Congress, and his files contain additional legislative correspondence drafted by Becki on various topics.
BoxFolder
11Agencies, 1983
12Appropriations, 1983
13Banking, 1983
14Budget, 1983
15Budget, 1983
16Diagnosis Related Group (DRG) and Medicare, 1983
17Education and Labor, 1983
18Energy and Commerce (folder 1 of 3), 1983
19Energy and Commerce (folder 2 of 3), 1983
110Energy and Commerce (folder 3 of 3), 1983
111Foreign Affairs, 1983
112Foreign Affairs; Continuing the Export Restrictions on Alaskan Oil, 1983
113For Energy Security and US Jobs Keep Alaskan Oil in America Government Operations (OPS), 1983
114Health, 1983
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22Home Health, 1983
22Home Health: American Diabetes Association, 1983
23House Administration, 1983
24Interior/Insular [Affairs], 1983
25Judiciary, 1983
26Merchant Marine, 1983
27Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 3), 1983
28Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 3), 1983
29Miscellaneous (folder 3 of 3), 1983
210Miscellaneous [Ways and Means-related Correspondence], 1983
211Post Office and Civil Service (CS), 1983
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31Public Works and Transportation, 1983
32Science and Technology [Empty], 1983
33Select Committee, 1983
34Small Business, 1983
35Social Security-General, 1983
36Surface Transportation Assistance Act, 1983
37Tax Policies, 1983
38Veterans Affairs [RESTRICTED], 1983
39Withholding, 1983
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41Airline Slots
42Airport Bonds
43Air Traffic
44[Air Traffic Control]
45Air Traffic Control System
46[American Enterprise Institute Legislative Analysis]
47Aviation Trust Fund
48Capital West Front [Empty]
49Farescan, Inc. A Business Plan
410Federal Aid Highway Program
411Federal Highway Program, May 22, 1983
412[Highways]
413Highway Safety
414Highway Trust Fund
415Housing Issues
416International Airfreight Policy
417Interstate Cost Estimate (ICE)
418[Interstate Cost Estimate]
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51Local Highways [Georgia]
52Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA)
53Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority
54National Drinking Age
55Pan American/United
56Public Transportation
57Rural Transportation
58Section 105 (f) [Surface Transportation Assistance Act], 1982
59Special Projects (6a) [Eugene Talmadge Memorial Bridge]
510State Highway Projects
511Subcommittee on Public Buildings and Grounds [Empty]
512Toll Financing [Empty]
513Toxic Wastes [Empty]
514Transfer of National/Dulles [Airports], 1985
515Transportation (folder 1 of 2)
516Transportation (folder 2 of 2)
517Transportation Infrastructure Advisory Group
518Trucking Industry Insurance
519Trucking Deregulation
520Trucking Issues [Congressional Truck Caucus]
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61Truck Size and Weight
62Turkey Creek and Water and Energy Appropriations
63US Department of Transportation
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71[Loose Papers], 1988, 1992
72Computer Letters, 1988
73Major Votes 1st Session, 99th--Before August Break
74Veterans Affairs and Small Business
75Veterans Administration (VA) and Computer Decentralized Hospital Computer System (DCHP)
76Procreative Services
77Corrigedor [Philippines]—Memorials
78National Guard Technicians
79Fiscal Year 1989 Budget (Veterans Affairs) and Atlanta Veterans Affairs Information
710State Veterans Homes--Per Diem Payments
711HR 1338--Allowing Atomic Veterans Suit in Court, 1985
712Letter Re: Newspaper Reports--Veterans’ Affairs Hospitals
713Information on Veterans Affairs Issues
714Miscellaneous Information, Articles by Adam, etc.
715Old General Veterans Letters, 1987-1989
716Rowland’s Comments Re: National Commission to Preserve Social Security and Medicare, 1986
717[Military Transport Vessels]
718[The Implications for Chernobyl and Human Health]
719[Atomic Bomb Explosion]
720Congressional Letter [RESTRICTED], August 19, 1985
721Exhibits
722Occupational Radiation Health Risks: Folklore and Fact
72317th AAA Battalion War Diary Tinian
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81Second Interim Report to Congress by Independent Counsel
8for Iran/Contra Matters, December 11, 1989
82Hearing—Dublin [Georgia], May 24, 1985
83Hospitals and Health Care, 1987
84Housing and Memorial Affairs (folder 1 of 2), 1987
85Housing and Memorial Affairs (folder 2 of 2), 1987
86Veterans’ Affairs
87Veterans’ Affairs--Georgia Information
88Veterans’ Affairs--Problems and Veterans Affairs Centers, 1988-1989
89Hospitals and Health Care, 1986-1989
810Hospitals and Health Care, 1987
2. Kathy Bryant Hennemuth, 1983-1994
Scope and Contents note: Kathy Bryant Hennemuth was a member of Rowland’s staff for his entire congressional career, 1983-1994. Initially, she served as a staff assistant in the 98th Congress (1983-1984), and then as a legislative assistant in the 99th Congress (1985-1986). In the 100th Congress (1987-1988) she became the Legislative Coordinator, and later Legislative Director in the101st-103rd Congress (1989-1994). Kathy’s files have been kept together in this series as she progressed through various roles in Rowland’s office, except for her casework files that have been moved to Series III. Constituent Services.Her files are organized in four sub-subseries: 1. Committees and Assignments, 2. Legislative Research Files, 3. Legislative Mail, and 4. Speeches. Arrangements within Committees and Assignments, and Legislative Research Files are alphabetical by committee/commission name or broad grouping of legislation (e.g., “General Legislation” and “Health Legislation”). Arrangement within each grouping or subgrouping is chronological by congress. Committees and Assignments documents Rowland’s major health care initiatives (while Kathy was Legislative Coordinator and Director) through the following committees: Energy and Commerce Committee, National Commission on AIDS, National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality, Sunbelt Caucus, Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families, the Biomedical Ethics Board, various other caucuses. Legislative Research Files contains the topics of agriculture, education, and interior (Kathy handled as a staff assistant) as well as general health care legislation and a small amount of non-health care related legislation (while Kathy was Legislative Assistant, Coordinator, and Director). Legislation that Rowland created through other congressional groups not in Committees and Assignments, such as the Rural Health Care Coalition, are located with these files.Legislative Mail consists of two groupings—“Computer Letters” and “Constituent Mail.” “Computer letters” are form response letters from Rowland relating to a variety of issues. This group also contains legislative assistants Adam Jablonowski, Cleo Caldwell, and Elizabeth Nisbet’s form responses that were transferred to Kathy in her role as Legislative Coordinator/Director after these staff members left the office. These form replies are not associated with specific constituent letters. “Constituent Mail” contains letters from constituents with a copy of Rowland’s response. The mail topics mainly reflect Kathy’s specialties of health and agriculture.Speeches includes speeches and statements delivered by Rowland regarding agriculture and other legislative topics. The subseries also includes materials and correspondence relating to Rowland’s agriculture advisory committee in the 8th District and a selection of administrative assistant Selby McCash’s press releases. The majority of related press materials resides in Series IV. Press and Series I. Administrative.
a. Committees and Assignments, 1984, 1988-1994
BoxFolder
91Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - Report Prepared by the Congressional Research Service on Infant Mortality, March 1984
92Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - Maternal, Child Health, and Family Planning Services, February 25 and April 22, 1988
93Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - Medical Practice Guidelines, September 23, 1988
94Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - Medicare and Medicaid Initiatives, February 8, 1989 and June 8, 1989
95Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - Small Business Health Insurance Market, October 16, 1989
96Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - Medical Device Safety, H.R. 3095, November 6, 1989 and July 17, 1990
97Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - Medicare Part B Carrier Issues, March 5, 1990
98Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - Injury Control and Disability Prevention Programs, March 8 and 19, 1990
99Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - Fetal Tissue Transplantation Research, April 2, 1990
910Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - National Organ Transplantation Act, H.R. 3968, April 20, 1990
911Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - Penalties for Illegal Activities in the Approval of Drugs, June 28, 1990
912Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families - Getting Straight: Overcoming Treatment Barriers for Addicted Women and Their Children, April 23, 1990
913Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families - Medical Device Act, July 17, 1990
914Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families - Conference Comparison of H.R. 3299, Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1989, October 23, 1989
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101[Materials Found in Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1989, Page 312], 1989
102Congressional Record Vol. 135, No. 165, Part III, (November 21, 1989)
103[Materials Found in Congressional Record-Vol. 135, No. 165, page H9537], Undated
104Federal Health Policy Congressional Research Service Briefing for Energy and Commerce Members (folder 1 of 3), September 11, 1989
105Federal Health Policy Congressional Research Service Briefing for Energy and Commerce Members (folder 2 of 3), September 11, 1989
106Federal Health Policy Congressional Research Service Briefing for Energy and Commerce Members (folder 3 of 3), September 11, 1989
107Childhood Immunizations, [Hearing before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment, Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives], May 22, 1989
108Medical Guidelines and Effectiveness Program, 1989
109Physician Payment Reform Hearing, May 25, 1989
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111AIDS Prevention: Needle Exchange Programs [Hearing], July 19, 1989
112Parallel Track Proposal for Clinical Drug Development [Hearing], July 20, 1989
113Dioxin Contamination Hearing, September 8, 1989
114Energy and Commerce Schedule (Health Care Meetings), 1989
115Hearing on Confidentiality of AIDS, September 18, 1989
116Soviet Psychiatric Abuse [Hearing], October 2, 1989
117AIDS (Prime Time Live), 1989
118AIDS Conference [S. 2240 (AIDS Ryan White C.A.R.E. bill, H.R. 4785, AIDS Prevention Act] (folder 1 of 4), 1990
119AIDS Conference [S. 2240 (AIDS Ryan White C.A.R.E. bill, H.R. 4785, AIDS Prevention Act] (folder 2 of 4), 1990
1110AIDS Conference [S. 2240 (AIDS Ryan White C.A.R.E. bill, H.R. 4785, AIDS Prevention Act] (folder 3 of 4), 1990
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121AIDS Conference [S. 2240 (AIDS Ryan White C.A.R.E. bill, H.R. 4785, AIDS Prevention Act] (folder 4 of 4), 1990
122AIDS Conference Information [S. 2240, H.R. 4785] (folder 1 of 2), August 1990
123AIDS Conference Information [S. 2240, H.R. 4785] (folder 2 of 2), August 1990
124AIDS Conference Information [S. 2240, H.R. 4785] Update on State of Georgia and Virginia (folder 1 of 2), August 1990
125AIDS Conference Information [S. 2240, H.R. 4785] Update on State of Georgia and Virginia (folder 2 of 2), August 1990
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131Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1987 Cost Analysis [State of Georgia], 1987
132CHAMPUS Southeastern Region
133Infant Mortality 101st Congress
134Infant Mortality 101st Congress: H.R. 1710--Healthy Birth Act
135Infant Mortality 101st Congress: National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality Press Information Packet
136Infant Mortality 101st Congress: National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality Meeting, July 18, 1989
137[National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality Hearing, Atlanta, Georgia] (folder 1 of 2), January 10-11, 1988
138[National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality Hearing, Atlanta, Georgia] (folder 2 of 2), January 10-11, 1988
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141AIDS Issues Hearings: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives (Part 1), April 4-5, 1989; April 24 and July 19, 1989
142AIDS Issues Hearings: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives (Part 2), July 20 and September 18, 1989
143AIDS Issues Hearings: Hearings before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives (Part 3), February 17 and April 19, 1990
144“The Effectiveness of Drug Abuse Treatment: Implications For Controlling AIDS/HIV Infection,” Background Paper 6, September 1990
145Congressional Record Vol. 134, No. 130, 100th Congress, Second Session, September 20, 1988
146Congressional Record Vol. 134, No. 132, 100th Congress, Second Session, September 23, 1988
147Congressional Record Vol. 136, No. 101, 101st Congress, Second Session, July 31, 1990
148Aetna Hearings (Georgia--Energy and Commerce) (folder 1 of 2), March 5, 1990
149Aetna Hearings (Georgia--Energy and Commerce) (folder 2 of 2), March 5, 1990
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151HIV Drug Abuse and AIDS (folder 1 of 2) [artifacts removed], April 24, 1989
152HIV Drug Abuse and AIDS (folder 2 of 2), April 24, 1989
153Markup of H.R. 1602 Trauma Care Systems Planning and Development Act of 1989 and H.R. 1359 Comprehensive Health Commission (folder 1 of 2), April 11, 1989
154Markup H.R. 1602 Trauma Care Systems Planning and Development Act of 1989 and H.R. 1359 Comprehensive Health Commission (folder 2 of 2), April 11, 1989
155Catastrophic Insurance Plan, February 16, 1989
156Health Insurance Hearing (folder 1 of 2), March 19, 1989
157Health Insurance Hearing (folder 1 of 2), March 9, 1989
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161AIDS and Other Epidemics of Infectious Diseases [Hearing] (Day 1), April 4, 1989
162AIDS Hearing [AIDS and Other Epidemics of Infectious Diseases] (Day 2), April 5, 1989
163Cholesterol Screening, December 7, 1989
164Dioxin (Milk) [Hearing on Dioxin Contamination of Milk], September 8, 1989
165Hearing (H.R. 2601) Practice Guidelines [Health Care Research and Policy Act of 1989], June 16, 1989
166Information for Health Subcommittee Hearing--Infant Mortality Initiatives (folder 1 of 2), February 8, 1989
167Information for Health Subcommittee Hearing--Infant Mortality Initiatives (2 of 2), February 8, 1989
168Hearing--Medical Practice Guidelines, March 13, 1989
169Nutrition Labeling (1 of 2), 1989
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171Nutrition Labeling (folder 2 of 2)
172Nutrition Labeling: E & C Markup [Also H.R. 4790, H.R. 4785, H.R. 4039]
173Nutrition Labeling: E & C Legislation—Nutrition Labeling and AIDS
174Nutrition Labeling: Nutrition Labeling (sub-folder)
175Nutrition Labeling: Georgia Input on Nutrition Labeling
176Nutrition Labeling: Frito Lay
177Health Mark-ups (folder 1 of 2), (1990)
178Health Mark-ups (folder 2 of 2), (1990)
179HR 4222--Breast and Cervical Cancer, April 28, 1990
1710Childhood Immunization Act, March 7, 1990
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181Developmental Disabilities Act, July 17, 1990
182Contraceptive and Infertility Research, April 25, 1990
183Drug Treatment Hearing (folder 1 of 2), April 30, 1990
184Drug Treatment Hearing (folder 2 of 2), April 30, 1990
185Federal Injury Control Program, March 8, 1990
186Healthcare for Homeless [Program Reauthorization Hearing], June 15, 1990
187Medical Device Information (folder 1 of 2), November 6 [1989]
188Medical Device Information (folder 2 of 2), November 6 [1989]
189Medigap Hearings (folder 1 of 2), June 7, 1990
1810Medigap Hearings (folder 2 of 2), June 7, 1990
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191Minority Health [Hearing] (folder 1 of 2), June 8, 1990
192Minority Health [Hearing] (folder 2 of 2), June 8, 1990
193National Health Service Corps [Hearing, and H.R. 4487] (folder 1 of 2), April 18, 1990
194National Health Service Corps [Hearing, and H.R. 4487] (folder 2 of 2), April 18, 1990
195Organ Transplant Program Hearing, April 20, 1990
196Primate Hearing [H.R. 3349], February 8, 1990
197Trauma Care [Hearing, H.R. 4701], May 4, 1990
198H.R. 4097 Tuberculosis Control Hearing, February 26, 1990
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201Health and the Environment Subcommittee, Call up of Medical Personnel to the Gulf--H.J. Resolution 128, February 19, 1991
202Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Medical Expansion H.R. 800 (Pregnant Women and Children)
203Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Measles Epidemic Health Subcommittee [Hearing], March 11, 1991
204Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Fish Inspection [H.R. 3155] (folder 1 of 2)
205Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Fish Inspection [H.R. 3155] (folder 2 of 2)
206Health and the Environment Subcommittee - H.R. 33/ Dingell/Bliley Drug Bill
207Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Health Mark-up, Indian Health, Alzheimer’s, Fertilization [H.R. 3724, 3082, 3940], March 26, 1992
208Health and the Environment Subcommittee - H.R. 714--Biomedical Research Facilities Act (Barnard)
209Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Mental Health Hearings (Carter Witness) (folder 1 of 2), May 16, 1991
2010Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Mental Health Hearings (Carter Witness) (folder 2 of 2), May 16, 1991
2011Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Fertility Hearing--H.R. 3940 Wyden, February 27, 1992
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211Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Health Subcommittee Agenda 1991 (Full Energy and Commerce Information), 1991
212Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Member-AIDS Research Hearing, February 24, 1992
213Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Food and Drug Administration Enforcement Act
214Health Subcommittee--Long Term Standards, [Hearing], May 20, 1992
215Health Subcommittee Hearing--Ten Years of AIDS, June 6, 1991
216Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Oregon Health Care Rationing Plan
217Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Title VII and VIII (folder 1 of 2), May 30, 1991
218Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Title VII and VIII (folder 2 of 2), May 30, 1991
219Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Medicare Markup (folder 1 of 2), July 21, 1992
2110Health and the Environment Subcommittee - Medicare Markup (folder 2 of 2), July 21, 1992
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221Voluntary Contributions (Medicaid) (includes info on reps./Cooper Bill) (folder 1 of 2), 1991
222Voluntary Contributions (Medicaid) (includes info on reps./Cooper Bill) (folder 2 of 2), 1991
223Medicaid Managed Care [Hearing], June 29, 1992
224Fetal Tissue Research/ National Institutes of Health Reauthorization
225Fetal Tissue Research/ National Institutes of Health Reauthorization: National Institutes of Health (Fetal Tissue), April 15-16, 1991
226Fetal Tissue Research/ National Institutes of Health Reauthorization: National Institutes of Health Reauthorization, (1991)
227Fetal Tissue Research/ National Institutes of Health Reauthorization: National Institutes of Health Markup, Energy and Commerce Full Committee, June 4, 1991
228Fetal Research--National Institute of Health Markup, June 4, 1991
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231Medicaid Oversight and Investigations Hearing (Infant Mortality) (folder 1 of 2), March 26, 1992
232Medicaid Oversight and Investigations Hearing (Infant Mortality) (folder 2 of 2), March 26, 1992
233Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee Agenda (Hearings), 1991
234Oversight and Investigations (Health Subcommittee) on Food and Drug Administration Hearing, March 13, 1991
235Energy and Commerce Transcripts of Hearings (Oversight and Investigations, Health Subcommittee)
236Oversight and Investigations Organizational Agenda for 102nd
237Oversight and Investigations--Hospital Billing Practices [Hearing] (folder 1 of 2), March 18, 1992
238Oversight and Investigations--Hospital Billing Practices [Hearing] (folder 2 of 2), March 18, 1992
239Salmonella Oversight and Investigations, July 20, 1990
2310Salmonella Oversight and Investigations, July 20th, 1990: Oversight and Investigations--Salmonella, July 20, 1990
2311Oversight and Investigations--Blood Safety--Gulf Coast (folder 1 of 2)
2312Oversight and Investigations--Blood Safety--Gulf Coast (folder 2 of 2)
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241Health Subcommittee Markup on H.R. 33 and H.R. 2454 (Generic Drugs), July 29, 1991
242H.R. 2454 Generic Drug Enforcement Act, Health Subcommittee--Karen Attended for Kathy (folder 1 of 3), June 26, 1991
243H.R. 2454 Generic Drug Enforcement Act Health Subcommittee--Karen Attended for Kathy (folder 2 of 3), June 26, 1991
244H.R. 2454 Generic Drug Enforcement Act Health Subcommittee--Karen Attended for Kathy (folder 3 of 3), June 26, 1991
245Medicaid Oversight and Investigations Hearing (folder 1of 2), July 18, 1991
246Medicaid Oversight and Investigations Hearing (folder 2of 2), July 18, 1991
247Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (Veteran Concerns) (folder 1 of 2), May 2, 1991
248Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (Veteran Concerns) (folder 2 of 2), May 2, 1991
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251Drug Abuse in Rural Georgia [audiocassettes removed]
252Drug Abuse in Rural Georgia Sexually Transmitted Diseases (GA)
253Health Care Town Hall Meeting, January 14, 1992
254Medicare Survey of GA Physicians
255(Dingell Info.) Background on Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee/ Energy and Commerce
256(Dingell Info.) Background on Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee/ Energy and Commerce Tobacco/ Oversight And Investigations
257Medicare Reconciliation
258Medicare Reconciliation DSH (Disproportionate Share Hospital) (folder 1 of 2)
259Medicare Reconciliation DSH (Disproportionate Share Hospital) (folder 2 of 2)
2510Medicare Reconciliation Medical Self Referral
2511Medicare Reconciliation Psychologist Coverage
2512Minority Health Bill
2513Title X (Floor Action) 103rd
2514Developmental Disabilities and Minority Health
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261Nursing Home Reform
262Medicaid Summary
263SLIAG [State Legislation Impact Assistance Grants] Fund
264Immunization
265Medicaid Drug Formularies
266Georgia Hospital Association (folder 1 of 2)
267Georgia Hospital Association (folder 2 of 2)
268Medicaid/ Medicare (Energy and Commerce) Reconciliation – 1993 [EMPTY]
269The Charlotte Observer: Don’t Divert Medicaid Money, April 16, 1993
2610Trends in Federal Spending
2611Title V –Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subtitle A – Medicare Program
2612Small Business Market Reform/ Hearing and Information (folder 1 of 3), 1991
2613Small Business Market Reform/ Hearing and Information (folder 2 of 3), 1991
2614Small Business Market Reform/ Hearing and Information (folder 3 of 3), 1991
2615Title X- Georgia Impact –Family Planning
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271Title X –Georgia Impact –Family Planning Title X Info./ Georgia Impact
272Title X –Family Planning- Gag Rule/ Wrongful Birth Info. GA (folder 1 of 2)
273Title X –Family Planning- Gag Rule/ Wrongful Birth Info. GA (folder 2 of 2)
274Title X –Family Planning- Gag Rule/ Wrongful Birth Info. GA Gag Rule- Title X (President’s Proposed Change to Rep)
275Title X –Family Planning- Gag Rule/ Wrongful Birth Info. GA Title X- Markup
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281Orphan Drug Act
282General Info. on Orphan Drug
283Pro
284Orphan Drug Act Hearing, February 7, 1990
285Con (folder 1 of 2)
286Con (folder 2 of 2)
287NIH [National Institutes of Health] Conference Report
288NIH [National Institutes of Health]/ VA [Veterans’ Affairs]
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291Orphan Drug Act
292NIH [National Institutes of Health] Markup (folder 1 of 3)
293NIH [National Institutes of Health] Markup (folder 2 of 3)
294NIH [National Institutes of Health] Markup (folder 3 of 3)
295Medicaid Prescription Drug Info./ Veterans’ Affairs (folder 1 of 3)
296Medicaid Prescription Drug Info./ Veterans’ Affairs (folder 2 of 3)
297Medicaid Prescription Drug Info./ Veterans’ Affairs (folder 3 of 3)
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301Medicaid Prescription Drug Info./ Veterans’ Affairs: Medicaid Prescription Drug Impact on Veterans’ Affairs
302Medicaid Prescription Drug Info./ Veterans’ Affairs: Medicaid Prescription Drug
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311Small Business Concerns
312News Articles (Con) Clinton
313Cooper Plan
314Chafee Bill –Networks/ Health Reform
315Mainstream Forum (Health)
316House GOP Bill
317Cost Estimates of Health Bills
318H.R. 1200 McDermott
319Clinton Plan (folder 1 of 3)
3110Clinton Plan (folder 2 of 3)
3111Clinton Plan (folder 3 of 3)
3112JRR Comments on Health Reform
3113American College of Physicians, October 15, 1993
3114Tobacco Tax
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321Clinton Health Plan (folder 1 of 3), (September 1993)
322Clinton Health Plan (folder 2 of 3), (September 1993)
323Clinton Health Plan (folder 3 of 3), (September 1993)
324Groups’ Position on Health Reform (folder 1 of 2)
325Groups’ Position on Health Reform (folder 2 of 2)
326Groups’ Concerns on Clinton Plan
327Health Care Reform Petition
328Health Speech Information, (1994)
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331Mental/Health Reform
332Physician Groups’ Views on Health Reform-AMA, ASIM, AAFP
333Physician Groups’ Views on Health Reform-AMA, ASIM, AAFP: AMA Health Reform Impact
334National Journal, October 9 and 30, 1993
335Health Care Campaign Materials [video removed]
336Health Security Act
337Democratic Caucus – Health Info.
338Democratic Caucus Small Business Meeting Pack
339Health Security – The President’s Report to the American People
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341Health Reform Hearings – Shalala and Clinton Testimonies, October 5, 1993
342Health Reform –Labor and Business Hearing, October 12, 1993
343Health Groups’ Hearing (folder 1 of 2), October 15, 1993
344Health Groups’ Hearing (folder 2 of 2), October 15, 1993
345Structure of Administration’s Health Plan
346Secretary Bentsen, Reich, Bowles
347Role of States, November 4, 1993
348Medicine Hearing
349Hearings – Energy and Commerce
3410Cost Containment Hearing, November, 11 1993
3411Impact of Health Care Reform on Medicaid/ Low-Income, November 19, 1993
3412Health Plans, Corporate (folder 1 of 2), December 9, 1993
3413Health Plans, Corporate (folder 2 of 2), December 9, 1993
3414Underserved Population, January 24, 1994
3415Clinton Health Plan, Health Workforce, Geographic Issues (folder 1 of 2), January 25, 1994
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351Clinton Health Plan, Health Workforce, Geographic Issues (folder 2 of 2), January 25, 1994
352Women and Health
353Hearing – Consumers’ Protection, February 1, 1994
354Congressional Budget Office/ Health Reform Analysis
355H.R. 3222 – Cooper Hearing, February 2, 1994
356Long-Term Care Hearing, February 3, 1994
357Prescription Drug (folder 1 of 2), February 8, 1994
358Prescription Drug (folder 2 of 2), February 8, 1994
359McDermott – H.R. 1200 (folder 1 of 2)
3510McDermott – H.R. 1200 (folder 2 of 2)
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361General Assembly Conference on Access to Health Care for Mothers and Children
362(Arguments For/Against) AIDS Information 101st Congress
363Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, Health Care Reform, 1991: The Costs of Inaction, July 10; Proposals for Expanding and Financing Coverage, July 29; Controlling Expenditures, October 31, 1991
364Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Competitiveness of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, Health Care Reform (Part 4), 1993: Consumer Issues, November 3; Regulation of Health Plans, November 16; Private Insurance Industry, November 17, 1993
365Committee on Energy and Commerce - Committee Print 101-U, Health Law As Amended, December 31, 1989
366Committee on Energy and Commerce - Committee Print 102-L, Health Law As Amended Omnibus Reconciliation Act, July 31, 1991
367Committee on Energy and Commerce - Report 101-386, Conference Report to Accompany H.R. 3299, November 21, 1989
368Committee on Energy and Commerce - Report 103-213, Conference Report to Accompany H.R. 2264, August 4, 1993
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371Joint Hearings before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment and the Subcommittee on Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Competitiveness of the Committee on Energy and Commerce Health Care Reform (Part 2) 1993: Testimony of HHS Secretary Shalala, October 5; Labor and Business News, October 12; Consumer, Insurer, and Provider Advocates, October 14; Executive Agency Testimony: Impact on the Economy, October 28, 1993
372Subcommittee on Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Competitiveness of the Committee on Energy and Commerce Health Care Reform (Part 3) 1993: Proposed National Health Board, November 2; Insurance Market Issues, November 9; Medical Malpractice, November 10, 1993
373Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - Health Care Reform (Part 5) 1993: Role of the States, November 4; Cost37 Containment, November 8; Impact on Medicare, November 18; Impact on Medicaid and Low-Income People, November 19, 1993
374Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - Health Care Reform (Part 6) 1993: Financing, November 22; Benefits and Coverage, December 8; Health Plans, Risk Adjustment, and Corporate Alliances, December 9, 1993
375Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - Health Care Reform (Part 8) 1994: Women’s Health, January 26; Public Health, Consumer Protection, Civil and Privacy Rights, January 31; Alternative Legislative Approaches, February 1, 1994
376Subcommittee on Health and the Environment - Health Care Reform (Part 9) 1994: Alternative Legislative Approaches, February 2; Long-Term Acre and Quality Assurance, February 3; Prescription Drug Benefit, February 8; Health Equity and Access Reform, February 10, 1994
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381AIDS Commission (folder 1 of 3) [photograph removed]
382AIDS Commission (folder 2 of 3)
383AIDS Commission (folder 3 of 3)
384AIDS Commission 1990
385AIDS Cases and Regulations--Social Security [RESTRICTED]
386White Paper and Other Reports on AIDS
387AIDS Commission, 1989-1990
388National Commission on AIDS - Meeting with Senators on S. 1220
389Background for AIDS Commission Bill
3810National Commission on AIDS - H.R. 2881
3811National Commission on AIDS - New Jersey [and New York] Site Visit (folder 1 of 2), 1990
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391National Commission on AIDS - New Jersey [and New York] Site Visit (folder 2 of 2), 1990
392AIDS Commissioners Letters
393AIDS Commission Hearing, September 1989
394Staff for AIDS Commission
395World Health Organization and AIDS/STDs (folder 1 of 2)
396World Health Organization and AIDS/STDs (folder 2 of 2)
397HIV/AIDS Awareness Month [H.J. Res. 405]
398HIV/AIDS and Health Insurance
399Health Care Providers’ Role in AIDS Crisis
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401Hemophilia/AIDS
402AIDS/Homeless
403Financing AIDS Crisis
404Workshop on AIDS Prevention and Services, February 1990
405HIV Infection Prevention-Centers for Disease Control
406H.R. 5142 AIDS Federal Policy Act (folder 1 of 2)
407H.R. 5142 AIDS Federal Policy Act (folder 2 of 2)
408National Commission on AIDS - H.R. 3071
409H.R. 4757 AIDS Counseling and Testing Act, 1988-1989
4010H.R. 4757 AIDS Counseling and Testing Act of 1988: Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Rules on AIDS, 1989
4011H.R. 4757 AIDS Counseling and Testing Act of 1988: AIDS Clinical Trial Information, 1988-1989
4012H.R. 4757 AIDS Counseling and Testing Act of 1988: Crenshaw/Blood Safety Act (Packard), 1988-1989
4013AIDS Commission PL 100-607 [RESTRICTED]
4014AIDS Commission’s Position on Issues Before Congress
4015National Commission on AIDS - Public Policy: Housing, Needle Swap, Partner Trace, Testing
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411National Commission on AIDS - Los Angeles Site Visit (folder 1 of 2), January 1990
412National Commission on AIDS - Los Angeles Site Visit (folder 2 of 2), January 1990
413Action Taken 100th Congress on AIDS (Miscellaneous)
414AIDS Information (General)
415AIDS Action Foundation: National Organizations Responding to AIDS (NORA)
416AIDS Commission Meeting [Briefing Book] (folder 1 of 2), May 7-8, 1990
417AIDS Commission Meeting [Briefing Book] (folder 2 of 2), May 7-8, 1990
418AIDS Commission: Reports to President and Congress
419National Commission on AIDS - Belinda Mason [Article]
4110AIDS Commission Hearings
4111AIDS Commission Press Releases
4112Information Provided by AIDS Commission (folder 1 of 2)
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421Information Provided by AIDS Commission (folder 2 of 2)
422AIDS Information (Includes Discrimination)
423Workbook: Follow up to the 1987 Surgeon General’s Workshop on Children with HIV Infection and their Families [from binder]
424Albany [Georgia site visit, Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital] [RESTRICTED], April 16, 1990
425Waycross [Georgia]
426National Commission: Release and Information on Trip Agenda, etc.
427National AIDS Commission Information [regarding Georgia site visits] (folder 1 of 2)
428National AIDS Commission Information [regarding Georgia site visits] (folder 2 of 2) [photographs removed]
429Articles on Georgia Rural AIDS and National Perspective
4210Articles on Georgia Rural AIDS and National Perspective: AIDS Rural Site Visit
4211Macon [Georgia]
4212National Research Council Report--AIDS: Sexual Behavior and Intravenous Drug Use [books removed], 1989
4213AIDS Commission Hearing [Briefing Book], August 3, 1989
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431National Commission on AIDS--Site Visits and Hearings: HIV and AIDS in Correctional Facilities, New York, New York, August 16-17, 1990
432National Commission on AIDS--Hearing on Personnel and Work Force Issues, Washington, D.C., July 18-19, 1990
433National Commission on AIDS--Public Health and the HIV Epidemic, Washington, D.C., September 17-18, 1990
434National Committee on AIDS Daybook, September 17, 1990
435National AIDS Commission—Testimonies, November 1989
436AIDS Commission [Hearing] [from binder] (folder 1 of 2), September 18-19, 1989
437AIDS Commission [Hearing] [from binder] (folder 2 of 2), September 18-19, 1989
438[National Commission on AIDS], July-December 1990
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441AIDS Commission Hearing (folder 1 of 3), November 2-3, 1989
442AIDS Commission Hearing (folder 2 of 3), November 2-3, 1989
443AIDS Commission Hearing (folder 3 of 3), November 2-3, 1989
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451National Commission on AIDS - Belinda Mason,, 1991
452Magic Johnson (AIDS Commission)
453AIDS Information: Ryan White Bill (Law), 1991
454Medicaid/AIDS/Puerto Rico
455AIDS Commission Budget Problem, (1992)
456AIDS Issues (District) 8th District and Concerns--Georgia
457AIDS in the Workplace
458AIDS and Drugs, August 1991
4591991 AIDS Commission, [1990]
4510National Commission on AIDS - Rowland Statements [Congressional Record]
4511Information on AIDS Commission Hearings, (1992)
4512Correspondence Regarding HIV/AIDS Reports
4513Published Reports on HIV/AIDS [and News Articles]
4514AIDS Commission Information, (1991)
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461National Commission on AIDS Hearing: HIV Disease in African-American Communities [Baltimore, Maryland], December 17-18,1990
462Published News Reports on HIV/AIDS [and Strategic Third-Year Plan]
463AIDS Commission Reports, (1991)
464Georgia’s Use of Ryan White Funds, (1991)
465Latest AIDS Commission Folder HR 2881, 1988-1990
466AIDS Commission/Transmission of Hemophiliacs, (1992)
467Second Report on AIDS Commission, (1990)
468Georgia AIDS Prison Situation, (1991)
469AIDS Legislation/Ryan White (Includes Georgia Statistics)
4610National Commission Report to President Bush, (1990)
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471Correspondence--National Commission on AIDS, 1991
472National Commission on AIDS--Hearings--San Francisco, California Briefing Book (folder 1 of 2), May 16-17, 1991
473National Commission on AIDS--Hearings--San Francisco, California Briefing Book (folder 2 of 2), May 16-17, 1991
474News Articles--Needle Exchange, 1991
475The Effectiveness of Drug Abuse Treatment: Implications for Controlling AIDS/ HIV Infection, September 1990
476Financing Health Care for Persons with HIV Infections and AIDS: Policy Options, April 22, 1991
477AIDS Commission Reports, August 1991
478Centers for Disease Control Proposals on AIDS, (1990)
479AIDS Litigation Project
4710Women and HIV Disease Hearing--Denver, Colorado, June 5-7, 1991
4711News Articles-AIDS and Immigration, 1991
4712“A Dual Approach to the AIDS Epidemic,” The New England Journal of Medicine, May 23, 1991
4713Report—HIV Infection in Rural Areas: Issues in Prevention and Services Invitational Workshop, July 16-17, 1990
4714National Commission on AIDS Hearings--Denver, Colorado (folder 1 of 2), June 5-7, 1991
4715National Commission on AIDS Hearings--Denver, Colorado (folder 2 of 2), June 5-7, 1991
4716AIDS/ HIV and Health Care Workers
4717Report: The Twin Epidemics of Substance Use and HIV, July 1991
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481National Commission on AIDS Hearings on HIV Disease and Substance Use (folder 1 of 2), January 17, 1991
482National Commission on AIDS Hearings on HIV Disease and Substance Use (folder 2 of 2), January 17, 1991
483National Commission on AIDS--HIV Disease in Native American Communities Briefing Book (folder 1 of 2), February 1991
484National Commission on AIDS--HIV Disease in Native American Communities Briefing Book (folder 2 of 2), February 1991
485National Commission on AIDS--Hearings and Site Visits Chicago, Illinois, March 11-13, 1991
486National Commission on AIDS--Materials for Review, Commission Meeting, April 22-23, 1991
487National Commission on AIDS--Housing Issues and the HIV Epidemic Briefing Book, Boston, Massachusetts, March 2-3, 1992
488National Commission on AIDS--Kansas City Hearing and Briefing Book, June 15-16, 1992
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491National Commission on AIDS--Definitions of HIV Disease: Policy Implications, December 9-10, 1991
492[National Commission on AIDS], 1991-1992
493National Commission on AIDS--Commission Business Meeting, November 18, 1992
494The Challenge of HIV/AIDS in Communities of Color and Community Profiles
495National Commission on AIDS--An Agenda for AIDS: Actions Needed in Early 1993, November 17, 1992
496Materials Submitted by National Hemophilia Foundation for Study Staff Group
497National Commission on AIDS/ National Hemophilia Foundation-- Study Staff Group Materials (folder 1 of 2), April 11, 1991
498National Commission on AIDS/ National Hemophilia Foundation--Study Staff Group Materials (folder 2 of 2), April 11, 1991
499National Commission on AIDS—Memoranda, 1992
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501The Challenge of HIV/AIDS in Communities of Color
502Selected Press Coverage of Hearings, Site Visits, and Interim Reports: (folder 1 of 2), September 1989-August 1991
503Selected Press Coverage of Hearings, Site Visits, and Interim Reports: (folder 2 of 2), September 1989-August 1991
504Selected Press Coverage of the Comprehensive Report, “America Living with AIDS” (folder 1 of 2), September 1991
505Selected Press Coverage of the Comprehensive Report, “America Living with AIDS” (folder 2 of 2), September 1991
506The Future of the HIV Epidemic: The Potential for Change, Washington, DC (folder 1 of 2), January 14, 1992
507The Future of the HIV Epidemic: The Potential for Change, Washington, DC (folder 2 of 2), January 14, 1992
508Sex, Society and the HIV Epidemic Briefing Book- New Orleans, Louisiana (folder 1 of 2), May 18-19, 1992
509Sex, Society and the HIV Epidemic Briefing Book- New Orleans, Louisiana (folder 2 of 2), May 18-19, 1992
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511[National Commission on AIDS--CDC Prevention Activities] (folder 1 of 2)
512[National Commission on AIDS--CDC Prevention Activities] (folder 2 of 2)
513Rural AIDS Georgia, 1990
514[The AIDS/HIV Record]
515[Papers in Christians in the Age of AIDS and Medicare: A Strategy for Quality Assurance] [books removed]
516Report of the Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus Epidemic, June 1988
517Syphilis, Crack, and AIDS: Rural Georgia’s New Epidemic, March 1990
518AIDS in Georgia, 1987-1991
519AIDS/HIV in Georgia, 1981-1989
5110The AIDS/HIV Record: Directory of Key Program Officials in Federal, State, County, and City Governments, 2nd edition, 1988
5111HRSA [Health Resources and Services Administration] AIDS Activities, October 1989
5112Committee Prints prepared for the Subcommittee on Labor-Management Relations and the Subcommittee on Labor Standards of the Committee on Education and Labor and the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and Commerce of the House of Representatives and the Special Committee on Aging of the Senate
5113-14Cost and Effects of Extending Health Insurance Coverage (2 copies), October 1988
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521The Health Care Crisis A Report to the American People [books removed], June 1990
522Hearing before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives: AIDS Research Opportunities, February 24, 1992
523Hearing before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives:Ten Years of AIDS, June 6, 1991
524Hearing before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives: Prevention of HIV Transmission, September 19, 26, 1991
525Hearing before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives: Preventing HIV Transmission in Health Care Settings, July 1992
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531Republican Convention ’92 Speech (Mary Fisher), 1992
532HIV Disease in Georgia
533Georgia Information on AIDS (folder 1 of 2)
534Georgia Information on AIDS (folder 2 of 2)
535HIV/AIDS: A Crisis Among Migrant and Seasonal Farm Worker Families
536Health and Human Services Information on AIDS in Rural Areas
537AIDS Commission/Immigration Policy
538AIDS Saliva Test
539A National AIDS Czar: We Need One…No We Don’t (J. Roy Rowland)
5310Letter From President Clinton Regarding National AIDS Commission Final Report
5311AIDS Immigration-Rowland Bill H.R. 4506 (folder 1 of 3)
5312AIDS Immigration-Rowland Bill H.R. 4506 (folder 2 of 3)
5313AIDS Immigration-Rowland Bill H.R. 4506 (folder 3 of 3)
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541Immigration/Floor Action
542J. Roy Rowland Letters to Members of AIDS Commission
543Memos to AIDS Commission on Reports [Empty]
544Draft Report Clinton, (December 1992)
545[National Commission on AIDS] (folder 1 of 4)
546[National Commission on AIDS] (folder 2 of 4)
547[National Commission on AIDS] (folder 3 of 4)
548[National Commission on AIDS] (folder 4 of 4)
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551103rd Congress [National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome] (folder 1 of 4)
552103rd Congress [National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome] (folder 2 of 4)
553103rd Congress [National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome] (folder 3 of 4)
554103rd Congress [National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome] (folder 4 of 4)
555[Acquired Immune Deficiency Projects]
556[National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome]
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561[National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome--Meetings and Hearings]
562Agenda for AIDS: Actions Needed in Early 1993 Background Materials, 1993
563National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome: Making the Health Care Environment Safer: Strategies to Reduce the Risk of Transmission of Blood-Borne Infections (folder 1 of 2)
564National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome: Making the Health Care Environment Safer: Strategies to Reduce the Risk of Transmission of Blood-Borne Infections (folder 2 of 2)
565National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) [Booklets] (1 of 2)
566National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) [Booklets] (2 of 2)
567National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) [Housing and the Epidemic]
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571National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality Pediatrics Association [American Academy of Pediatrics]
572National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality 1 (folder 1 of 2), August 1988
573National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality 1 (folder 2 of 2), August 1988
574National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality 2 [photographs removed], August 1988-February 1989
575National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality 3 (folder 1 of 2), July 1987-March 1989
576National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality 3 (folder 2 of 2), July 1987-March 1989
577National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality 4, August-September 1988
578(Infant Health Study)
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581Uterine Activity Recordings System Information
582International Infant Mortality Comparisons
583Healthdyne Care (folder 1 of 2)
584Healthdyne Care (folder 2 of 2)
585Press Release--National Commission Formed to Take Action to Prevent Infant Death
586Infant Mortality Hearings, New York, February 1, 1988
587Editorial Board Meetings, New York, February 1, 1988
588Maternal and Child Health Care System in Japan
589Infant Mortality in Costa Rica
5810Infant Mortality in the Americas
5811Statement of William H. Foege, M.D. before the National Commission to Reduce Infant Mortality
5812Infant Mortality Commission Meetings
5813Hearing of the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Health and Human Services and the National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality, Miami, October 26, 1987
5814Infant Mortality in the United States, February 1987
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591The Media and Public Policy Hearing, Los Angeles, February 29, 1988
592Priorities for Reducing Infant Mortality Hearing (folder 1 of 2), May 20, 1988
593Priorities for Reducing Infant Mortality Hearing (folder 2 of 2), May 20, 1988
594Summary of Recommendations to Reduce Infant Mortality in Current Reports, (1980-1988)
595Final Report
596Priority/Support Recommendations
597Chicago Hearing (Beethoven Project) 1, April 25, 1988
598Maternal and Child Health
599National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality and Hearing Information
5910Chicago Hearing (Beethoven Project), 2 (folder 1 of 2), April 25, 1988
5911Chicago Hearing (Beethoven Project) 2 (folder 2 of 2), April 25, 1988
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601The Commission’s Final Report-Analysis of Media Coverage
602Activities for National Commission (Infant Mortality for 101st Congress)
603National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality (Complete Statement of Principle)
604Carnegie Project
605Personal Health Care Coalition, 1988
606Infant Mortality Statements (Includes Minority Focus)
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611Infant Mortality Commission
612National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality [Reports and Information] (folder 1 of 2)
613National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality [Reports and Information] (folder 2 of 2)
614Infant Mortality in the South
615Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality Information, 1986-1987
616National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality (Includes 1989 Reconciliation Information), 1990
617Healthy Birth Act Background [H.R. 1710] (folder 1 of 2)
618Healthy Birth Act Background [H.R. 1710] (folder 2 of 2)
619Statistics for Georgia on Infant Mortality
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621National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality Report, (1990)
622[Healthy Birth Act, H.R. 1710, Support and Information] (folder 1 of 2)
623[Healthy Birth Act, H.R. 1710, Support and Information] (folder 2 of 2)
624Prenatal Barriers to Care
625[Maternal and Child Health]
626[Maternal and Child Health Publications] [Books removed]
627[National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality Publications], circa 1987-1988
628[National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality Publications], 1988-1989
629[National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality Publications], 1992
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631National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality, (August 1991)
632[National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality] (folder 1 of 2)
633[National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality] (folder 2 of 2)
634Infant Mortality Statistics and Initiatives, (1990)
635Initiatives for Infant Mortality (to Address), (1990)
636Infant Mortality Public Awareness 8th District
637Infant Mortality Public Awareness Campaign
638(Georgia)-(Press on Infant)- H.R. 1710 Healthy Birth Act
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641National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality 103rd Congress
642National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality 103rd Congress: Care for Our Children, Care for Our Future
643Health and Human Services (HHS) Report on State Based Initiative to Improve Access to Maternity Care for Low Income Women
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651Sunbelt Council [House of Representatives], 1985-1988
652Sunbelt [Congressional Sunbelt Caucus]
653Infant Mortality Task Force--Sunbelt Council
654[Congressional Sunbelt Caucus] Infant Mortality Task Force
655Congressional Sunbelt Caucus
656Sunbelt Caucus
657Congressional Sunbelt Caucus
658Corporate Perspective on Maternal and Child Health [Background paper]
659Sunbelt Caucus--Task Force on Infant Mortality (folder 1 of 2)
6510Sunbelt Caucus--Task Force on Infant Mortality (folder 2 of 2)
6511Infant Mortality Task Force [Sunbelt Caucus]
6512Infant Mortality Task Force [Sunbelt Caucus] (folder 1 of 2)
6513Infant Mortality Task Force [Sunbelt Caucus] (folder 2 of 2)
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661Infant Mortality Task Force
6621991 Sunbelt Caucus Infant Mortality Task Force
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671Biomedical Ethics Board
672Biomedical Ethics [RESTRICTED]
673Biomedical Ethics Board
674Biomedical Ethics Board
675Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families (Hearings), 1989
676Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families (Barriers to Prenatal Care)
677Whips--AIDS Task Force
678Democratic Caucus Health Task Force
679Congressional Biomedical Research Caucus [102nd Congress]
6710Biomedical Ethics [102nd Congress]
b. Legislative Files, 1983-1994
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681Georgia Federal Crop Insurance [RESTRICTED]
682Foreign Investors--Georgia
683Georgia Young Farmer Meeting/Rowland with Questions Regarding Agriculture for 8th District, June 23, 1984
684Agriculture Funding Correspondence
685Pest Information
686Georgia Farm Bureau
687Soil Conservation
688Food Stamp
689Fire Ants
6810HR 4072--Nunn and Agricultural Adjustment Act
6811Nunn Soil Bank Bill
6812Farmers Home Administration Correspondence (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED]
6813Farmers Home Administration Correspondence (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED]
6814Farmers Home Administration Cases [RESTRICTED]
6815[Farmers Home Administration] Coleman versus Block
6816Farmers Home Administration Housing Cases [RESTRICTED]
6817Legislative--Housing [Farmers Home Administration]
6818Farm Credit Woes [Article]
6819Farmers Home Administration Loan Program
6820Farmers Home Administration Court Orders
6821Georgia Farmers Home Administration Complaints
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691Douglas Alcohol Plant--Clinton--Southeast Loan--Farmers Home Administration
692Wilcox County Farmers Home Administration Office
693Georgia Drought [and Disaster] Letters
694Georgia Drought Information 1983
695Agriculture Letters (folder 1 of 2)
696Agriculture Letters (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED]
697Agriculture Constituent Letters
698Letters and Responses to President Reagan [regarding Agriculture]
699Georgia News [Agriculture]--Dairy
6910Dairy--Milk Prices
BoxFolder
701Suspension of Milk Assessment
702HR 1604 [Dairy Compromise Bill]
703Dairy Division Constituent Letters
704HR 5--Coastal Resources Management and Development Block Grant
705Newsletter on Dairy Release
706Organizations--Pro-Dairy Compromise
707Dairy Diversion (Pro) Constituent Letters [HR 1875]
708Dairy Diversion Appeal
709Cotton Letters
7010Corn Letters
7011Aflatoxin Policy--Corn
7012Extension Information
7013Brucellosis Eradication
7014Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service [RESTRICTED]
7015House Administration
7016HR 1242 Shipping and Shipbuilding Act (Cargo Preference), 1983
7017Standards of Official Conduct
7018Merchant Marine Information Letters
7019Merchant Marines--Wetland Resources Bill North Carolina (Chairman Jones) HR 3082
7020Education Funding (Includes Deaf School Legislation), 1985
7021Correspondence on HR 5741--Youth Employment Wage Act
7022HR 3520--Rehabilitation Act Amendments
7023HR 5721--Youth Employment Wage Act, 1984
7024Miscellaneous Issues (Correspondence)
7025Sallie-Mae Program--Education
7026Labor (Miscellaneous) Correspondence
7027HR 2780--Revenue Sharing
7028General--Government Operations
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711HR 1036--Community Renewal Employment Act [Correspondence]
712HR 1036--Community Renewal Employment Act [Information]
713Library Information--Includes Library Services and Constitution Act
714Carl Vinson Institute
715HR 2655--Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA)
716Community Services Block Grant
717HR 4785--Older Americans Act: Education and Labor
718HR 5345--Equal Access
719Education
7110[Education--Correspondence]
7111Davis Bacon--Constituent Correspondence
7112Governor Harris’ Proposal for Georgia
7113Updates--Rowland--Legislation (Agriculture Information)
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721Honey Correspondence
722Peach Correspondence [RESTRICTED]
723Peanut Correspondence [RESTRICTED]
724Loss of Category 3--Peanuts Quota (folder 1 of 2)
725Loss of Category 3--Peanuts Quota (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED]
726Certification of Peanut Acreage/Coffee County
727Pecan Marketing Orders (folder 1 of 2)
728Pecan Marketing Orders (folder 2 of 2)
729P.I.K. [Payment-in-Kind] Information (folder 1 of 2)
7210P.I.K. [Payment-in-Kind] Information (folder 2 of 2)
7211Agriculture—Reagan Statement on Aid for Polish Farmers
7212Pork
7213Pork Issues, 1984
BoxFolder
731Poultry Larvadex
732Poultry--Trade Issues EEC [European Economic Community]
733Poultry
734REA [Rural Electrification Administration]--Information (Includes GA EMC [Electric Membership Corporation])
735REA [Rural Electrification Administration]--Information (Includes GA EMC [Electric Membership Corporation]): Legislative Conference NRECA [National Rural Cooperative Association], May 1983
736REA [Rural Electrification Administration]--Information (Includes GA EMC [Electric Membership Corporation]): Legislative Conference NRECA [National Rural Cooperative Association], May 1984
737REA [Rural Electrification Association]--Revolving Fund Legislation
738Reagan’s Farm Plan Credit
739Small Business Loans [RESTRICTED]
7310H.R. 1755--Legislation on Small Oil--Divorcement of Motor Fuel Service Stations
7311Soil and Water Conservation [H.R. 3457]
7312Soybeans
7313Sugar
7314Tobacco
7315Tobacco Press Releases [Clippings, Reference Materials]
7316[Tobacco Press Releases]
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741Wine Equity Bill
742Trade Commission (Export)
743Wheat Information
744H.R. 1190--Emergency Agriculture Credit (folder 1 of 2)
745H.R. 1190--Emergency Agriculture Credit (folder 2 of 2)
74698th Congress Agriculture Co-Sponsorships
747H.R. 2714--Agriculture Productivity Act
748Tobacco Assessment Calls
749Tobacco
7410Immigration and Impact on Agriculture [Panetta-Morrison Amendment to H.R. 1510]
7411Tobacco Crop (GA), 1984
7412Sugar Plan
7413Hatcher Small Business Association Hearings, Perry [Georgia]
7414Rural Electrification Association [H.R. 3050]
7415Agriculture News Articles 1985
7416Agriculture News Articles: Rowland Articles on Farm Meetings, 1985
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751Farm Bills, 1982
752Farm Bills: President Reagan’s 1984 Plan for Farmers, 1982
753Hatcher Soil Bank Hearings [H.R. 4730], (1984)
754Forestry/ Nunn/ Hatcher Soil Bank Plan [S. 2148 and H.R. 4730]
755Soil Bank Bill-- 1950s and 1960s (Nunn)
756Nunn (Study for FmHA [Farmer’s Home Administration]) Borrowers--Pine Tree
757Forestry Information
75898th Congress—Interior
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761Farm Credit
762Review of the Peanut Price Support Program [Subcommittee on Tobacco and Peanuts, Committee on Agriculture], 1984 June 1
763Georgia Agriculture News Articles
764Farm Forum Transcripts (folder 1 of 2), (1985)
765Farm Forum Transcripts (folder 2 of 2), (1985)
766Farm Forum Transcripts : Town Hall Meetings--Farmers (Attendance and Scheduled Times), (1985)
767Farm Meetings [Notes]
768Farm Meetings: Attendance at Farm Meetings
769Jones Bill--H.R. 2108 Sodbuster 99th Congress and Conservation Reserve
7610Agriculture (folder 1 of 3)
7611Agriculture (folder 2 of 3) [RESTRICTED]
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771Agriculture (folder 3 of 3)
772Drought (8th) [District]
773Committee on Agriculture Hearings, House of Representatives--Long Term Farm Policy to Succeed the Agriculture and Food Act (Peanut Price Support Program), 1981
774Dairy and Tobacco Adjustment Act of 1983--Congressional Record-- Daily Digest, October 16, 1983
775Congressional Record Special Order in Agriculture, February 19, 1985
776[Agriculture News Articles]
777Congressional Record--Daily Digest, November 17, 1983
778Peanuts--ASCS [Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service] Information [RESTRICTED]
779Issues: Agriculture (Peanuts)—Additional 4 to 1 Contract, Swindle, Orson—FmHA (Georgia)
7710H.R. 1242--Competitive Shipping Cargo Preference
7711Georgia Payments in Lieu of Taxes Fiscal Years, 1983,1984
7712Civil Rights Correspondence [and Education]
7713Results of Dairy Compromise since June 1984
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781H.R. 700--Civil Rights Upon Passage
782Select Committee [on Children, Youth and Families] Reports
783Miscellaneous Issues 1 (folder 1 of 2)
784Miscellaneous Issues 1 (folder 2 of 2)
785Miscellaneous Issues 2 (folder 1 of 2)
786Miscellaneous Issues 2 (folder 2 of 2)
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791Article on Water Subsidies for Farmers, Article in Macon Telegraph via Arizona
792Census of Agriculture, 1982
793Agriculture--Correspondence Answered (folder 1 of 3), 1985-1986
794Agriculture--Correspondence Answered (folder 2 of 3), 1985-1986
795Agriculture--Correspondence Answered (folder 3 of 3), 1985-1986
796IDB [Industrial Development Bonds] Proposals/Agriculture
797Georgia Residential Finance Authority--Farm
798National Tree Seed Laboratory—Macon, Georgia, Forestry Commission--Farm Bill, 1985
79999th Congress (folder 1 of 2)
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80199th Congress (folder 2 of 2)
802General Constituent Correspondence [RESTRICTED]
803House Joint Resolution 538 (Public Law 99-301)--Senior Center Week, 1986
804House Joint Resolution 146 (Public Law 99-40)--Senior Center Week, 1985
805Masstock International Information (folder 1 of 2)
806Masstock International Information (folder 2 of 2)
807Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families
808Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families, Macon, Georgia, April 21, 1986
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811Miscellaneous [Correspondence] [RESTRICTED], 1986
812Miscellaneous [Correspondence] [RESTRICTED], 1986
813Miscellaneous [Correspondence] [RESTRICTED], 1986
814Budget [Correspondence], 1986
815Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) [Correspondence], 1986
816Education [Correspondence] [RESTRICTED], 1986
817Agriculture [Correspondence] (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1986
818Agriculture [Correspondence] (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1986
819Bald Eagles, Welfare, Dairy [Correspondence], 1986
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821Agriculture (folder 1 of 2) [Correspondence] [RESTRICTED], 1986
822Agriculture (folder 2 of 2) [Correspondence] [RESTRICTED], 1986
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831Select Committee [for Children, Youth, and Families] Rules, 1987
832Select Committee [for Children, Youth, and Families] (Macon Hearing) (folder 1of 2), April 1986
833Select Committee [for Children, Youth, and Families] (Macon Hearing) (folder 2 of 2), April 1986
834Georgia Tobacco--Pros and Cons of Tobacco
835Food Stamps
836Sudden Infant Death Syndrome [Select Committee for Children, Youth, and Families Hearings], 1985
837South Georgia College--Special Services Continuation Grant, March 12, 1987
838Revenue Sharing
839Canadian Potash Issue, 1987
8310Congressional Rural Caucus
8311Grazing Fees
8312Gnats
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841Mercer [University] (folder 1 of 3)
842Mercer [University] (folder 2 of 3)
843Mercer [University] (folder 3 of 3)
844Mercer [University]
845Oconee National Forest [Jasper]
846Refuge Revenue Sharing (folder 1 of 2), (1988)
847Refuge Revenue Sharing (folder 1 of 2), (1988)
848Jones County Land Swap
849Okefenokee Research Center
8410Agriculture (folder 1 of 2), 1987
8411Agriculture (folder 2 of 2), 1987
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851Budget, 1987
852Scrambling 1987 [H.R. 1885], June-July 1987
853Boll Weevil, 1987
854Minimum Wage, 1987
855General Issues (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1987
856General Issues (folder 2 of 2), 1987
857Education [RESTRICTED], 1987
858PR Request [also General Issues] [RESTRICTED], 1987
859Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1987
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861Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1987
862Health, 1987
863Agriculture (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1987
864Agriculture (folder 2 of 2), 1987
865Trade Bill [H.R. 3]
866J.B. Jardine/Agriculture Proposal [Farmers’ Advisory Service of the Southeast, Inc.] (folder 1 of 3)
867J.B. Jardine/Agriculture Proposal [Farmers’ Advisory Service of the Southeast, Inc.] (folder 2 of 3)
868J.B. Jardine/Agriculture Proposal [Farmers’ Advisory Service of the Southeast, Inc.] (folder 3 of 3)
869Legislation--100th Congress--Forestry Related Issues
BoxFolder
871Farm Bankruptcy
872Tobacco Program Information
873Cigarette Tax
874Tobacco Surplus, [August/September 1988]
875Trade--Agriculture
876Pork, 1988
877Georgia Peach Council
878Georgia Poultry Facts, June 1984
879Rural South
8710Soil and Water Conservation
8711Soybeans/Cargo Preference
8712Sugar Information
8713House--Tax Bill--Includes Timber [H.R. 3635]
8714Canadian Lumber Information: Includes Subcommittee on Trade Information--Legislation, Banker Bill, Gibbons, etc.
8715Meat Inspection Information [S. 138]
BoxFolder
881Agriculture Lists
882Energy and Commerce, August-December 1988
883Natural Gas, October 1987-June 1988
884Tax/Agriculture
885Agriculture Issues, 1988 January-October
886Clean-Air, 1988, March-November
887Health (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], September-December 1988
888Health (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED], September-December 1988
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891Referrals [RESTRICTED], 1988
892Interior, 1988
893H.R. 1115 Uniform Product Safety Act of 1987
894Putnam County Hospital (folder 1 of 2)
895Putnam County Hospital (folder 2 of 2)
896General Issues [RESTRICTED], 1988
897Notch
898Satellite, 1988
899Arctic Refuge, 1988
8910Energy and Commerce, 1988
8911ABC Home Health Care
8912House Concurrent Resolution 339
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901AIDS
902Medicare Catastrophic Act
903Budget, 1988
904Co-Sponsor, 1988
905Agriculture Case [RESTRICTED]
906Tobacco/Cigarette Market, 1988
907State Issues [RESTRICTED], 1988
908Small Businesses
909Senior Citizen’s Issues
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911Agricultural Letters Signed by Rowland--Includes Tobacco, 1985, 1987
912Drought (folder 1 of 2), (1988)
913Drought (folder 2 of 2), (1988)
914Drought Information, 1986
915Presidential Debate/Rowland Involvement, 1987-1988
916Small Business Association Town Hall Meeting, Macon, Georgia, June 27, 1987
917Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1988-1989
918Projects District Hearing (Danny), (1987)
919Cases Given to Selby and District [RESTRICTED]
9110Information Given to Barbara, circa 1986
9111Selby, (1987)
9112Complaints/Constituent, 1987
9113Cases, 1989
9114PR Requests—Completed, circa 1985-1989
9115Agriculture Issues [Correspondence], (1989)
9116Agriculture Correspondence, 1988-1989
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921Drought (folder 1 of 2), 1990
922Drought (folder 2 of 2), 1990
923Farm Meeting--Macon, Georgia (folder 1 of 2), August 20, 1990
924Farm Meeting--Macon, Georgia (folder 2 of 2), August 20, 1990
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931Social Security Information, Notch (folder 1 of 2), 1985-1991
932Social Security Information, Notch (folder 2 of 2), 1985-1991
933Clinton Economic Budget Plan (folder 1 of 3)
934Clinton Economic Budget Plan (folder 2 of 3)
935Clinton Economic Budget Plan (folder 3 of 3)
936Clinton Economic Budget Plan: Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993, H.R. 2264 Report, May 25, 1993
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941Clinton Economic Budget Plan: H.R. 1335 and Resolution 64, March 15, 1993
942Budget Vote – Byrne Letter Chairman
943Reconciliation (folder 1 of 2)
944Reconciliation (folder 2 of 2)
945Reconciliation Press Handbook
946Rescission Information
947Social Security Entitlements
948Balanced Budget Amendment (folder 1 of 2)
949Balanced Budget Amendment (folder 2 of 2)
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951Mary Bonk Case (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED]
952Mary Bonk Case (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED]
953Medicare, 1990
954No Answer, 1990
955PR Requests, 1990
956Abortion Legislation, 1989
957Case [RESTRICTED]
958Bobby Wheeler Case (Pending) [RESTRICTED]
959Larry McAfee Case [RESTRICTED]
9510Americans with Disabilities Act and AIDS (folder 1 of 2), 1990
9511Americans with Disabilities Act and AIDS (folder 2 of 2), 1990
9512Americans with Disabilities Act, 1990
9513Americans with Disabilities Act Correspondence, 1989-1990
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961Americans with Disabilities Act Information (Includes Small Business Concerns)
962An Analysis of the “Americans with Disabilities Act of 1989”
963H.R. 2273 Americans with Disabilities Act (folder 1 of 2)
964H.R. 2273 Americans with Disabilities Act (folder 2 of 2)
965Americans with Disabilities Act Bill (folder 1 of 2)
966Americans with Disabilities Act Bill (folder 2 of 2)
967Congressional Record, 101st Congress, 2nd Session, v. 136, n. 63, May 17, 1990
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971Contents within Congressional Record, May 17, 1990
972H.R. 2273 Americans with Disabilities Act, 101st Congress, 2nd Session, Report No. 101-485, Parts I, II, III, IV, Union Calendar No. 299
973AIDS Legislation (101st Congress)
974AIDS Legislation (101st Congress): Subcommittee Makeup of H.R. 4470
975AIDS Legislation (101st Congress): H.R. 4480--Medicaid
976AIDS Legislation (101st Congress): Kennedy Bill (AIDS)
977AIDS Legislation (101st Congress): H.R. 4470 AIDS Hearing, April 19, 1990
978AIDS Legislation (101st Congress): AIDS
979AIDS Information: AIDS (Floor Action), 1990
9710AIDS Information: Georgia Laws on AIDS (Georgia Task Force on AIDS), 1990
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981AIDS Information [H.R. 4475] 1990 (folder 1 of 2), June 13, 1990
982AIDS Information [H.R. 4475] 1990 (folder 2 of 2), June 13, 1990
983AIDS Information and Legislation: AIDS (folder 1 of 2)
984AIDS Information and Legislation: AIDS (folder 2 of 2)
985AIDS Information and Legislation: National Commission on AIDS
986AIDS Information and Legislation
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991Medigap-American Family Life Assurance Company (AFLAC), Blue Cross, Blue Shield, etc. (folder 1 of 2)
992Medigap-American Family Life Assurance Company(AFLAC), Blue Cross, Blue Shield, etc. (folder 2 of 2)
993Medigap-American Family Life Assurance Company(AFLAC), Blue Cross, Blue Shield, etc.: Life of Georgia
994Reconciliation, 1990
995Reconciliation: Reconciliation--Fiscal Year 1991 (folder 1 of 2), 1990
996Reconciliation: Reconciliation--Fiscal Year 1990 (folder 2 of 2), 1990
997Nursing Home Resolution--Rowland Resolution [House Congressional Resolution 246]
998Nursing Home Resolution--Rowland Resolution [246]: American Health Care Association
999Nursing Home Resolution--Rowland Resolution [246]: Kathy Hennemuth/ Dr. Rowland
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1001H.R. 4840 Medigap Improvements, June 7, 1990
1002Health Status and Needs of Minorities in the 1990s, June 8, 1990
1003Pepper Commission Report (Part 2), June 14, 1990
1004H.R. 3789 Health Care for the Homeless, June 15, 1990
1005Developmental Disabilities Reauthorization, July 11, 1990
1006H.R. 1649 Wage Rates for Nursing Facilities Personnel, July 20, 1990
1007Proposals to Reduce Medicare Outlays, July 27, 1990
1008Opportunities for Success: Cost-Effective Programs for Children, Update, 1990
1009Report on the Activities for the Year 1990, 1991 January 2
10010Legislative Correspondence for Kathy (folder 1 of 3)[RESTRICTED], 1990
10011Legislative Correspondence for Kathy (folder 2 of 3), 1990
10012Legislative Correspondence for Kathy (folder 3 of 3), 1990
10013H.R. 939 Stark Bill (Ethics in Patient Referrals), (1989)
10014H.R. 774 Coyne Bill (Medicare Reimbursement for Psychologists) (folder 1 of 2), (1989)
10015H.R. 774 Coyne Bill (Medicare Reimbursement for Psychologists) (folder 2 of 2), (1989)
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1011Medicare: A Strategy for Quality Assurance, Volume 1. Institute of Medicine (pre-publication copy)
1012Our Children’s Future, April 20-22, 1990
1013Reconciliation Conference [H.R. 3299, Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1989]
1014Conference Comparison of H.R. 3299, Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1989, October 23, 1989
1015Catastrophic Proposal Reconciliation (Ways and Means) (folder 1 of 2)
1016Catastrophic Proposal Reconciliation (Ways and Means) (folder 2 of 2)
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1021National Health Service Corporation (folder 1 of 2)
1022National Health Service Corporation (folder 2 of 2)
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1031Living Will (Rowland Plan) [Background Information] (folder 1 of 2)
1032Living Will (Rowland Plan) [Background Information] (folder 2 of 2)
1033PL 100-360 Catastrophic Illness
1034Rowland Thailand Information
1035Comprehensive Universal Health Reform (Rowland Proposal) [Legislative proposal and background information from Cleo and Adam]
1036Comparing Medicare with Veteran’s Administration System [Background information from Cleo] (folder 1 of 2)
1037Comparing Medicare with Veteran’s Administration System [Background information from Cleo] (folder 2 of 2)
1038Health Bills Cosponsored during 101st Congress
1039Rowland Amendment to Dannemeyer Amendment to H.R. 1326 Public Health Service Infant Mortality Amendment Act of 1987 [Background information from Cleo]
10310Catastrophic [Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act]
10311Charter Medical Information
10312Heroin Bill [Introduced by Waxman] [Compassionate Pain Relief Act Background Information]
10313Medicare--Georgia Hospital Association Information [Background on Medicare and its impact on Georgia’s economy] (folder 1 of 2)
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1041Medicare--Georgia Hospital Association Information [Background on Medicare and its impact on Georgia’s economy] (folder 2 of 2)
1042Medicare--Georgia Hospital Association Information: Georgia Hospital Association
1043Senator [Edward M.] Kennedy’s Hearing in Sparta on Health Care in Rural Areas (folder 1 of 2)
1044Senator [Edward M.] Kennedy’s Hearing in Sparta on Health Care in Rural Areas (folder 2 of 2)
1045Physician Reimbursement—Physician Payment Review Commission Information
1046Rural Georgia Pharmacy Information (Kusserow) [Inspector General Kusserow’s analysis], December 1989
1047RBRVS—Resource Based Relative Value Scale (Medicare Fee Schedule for Physicians
1048RBRVS—Resource Based Relative Value Scale (Medicare Fee Schedule for Physicians: AMA—American Medical Association Wintergreen Seminar
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1051Veteran’s Association/Medicare Health Plan
1052Rowland Health Plan: Veteran’s Association/ Medicare Reform
1053Rowland Health Proposal
1054Veteran’s Association Rural Health Care
1055Dublin Veteran’s Association Surgical Unit, (1992)
1056Georgia Veteran Concerns
1057Veteran’s Association AIDS Hearing, June 17, 1987
1058Rural Health Care Coalition. Appropriations (letters signed) and other information, (FYI 1992)
1059Rural Health Care Initiations, (1989)
10510Malpractice Briefing, July 16, 1991
10511Rural Health Care Coalition- Legislation Package (folder 1 of 2), 1988-1989
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1061Rural Health Care Coalition- Legislation Package (folder 2 of 2), 1988-1989
1062Rural Health Care Coalition 101st Congress
1063Rural Health Care Coalition 101st Congress: Rural Healthcare Package, 1989
1064Rural Health Care Coalition 101st Congress: Agenda for 101st Congress (2nd Session)
1065H.R. 4475 Medicare Physician Regulation Relief Amendments of 1990
1066Summary of Anti-Hassle I
1067Announcements, 1991
1068Legislative Proposal Anti-Hassle, 1991
1069H.R. 4475
10610American Medical Association (Medicare Proposals) (folder 1 of 2)
10611American Medical Association (Medicare Proposals) (folder 2 of 2)
10612American Medical Association (Medicare Proposals): Covering Physicians
10613American Medical Association (Medicare Proposals): American Medical Association Proposal 1990
10614Background Information on H.R. 4475
10615H.R. 4475 (Malpractice)
10616Co-Sponsors [H.R. 4475]
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1071News Releases on H.R. 4475
1072Medical Association of Georgia Proposal [re: H.R. 4475]
1073American Medical Association Cost Proposal
1074Medicare: Attending Physicians/Covering Physicians
1075Medicare Doctors-8th District
1076Co-Sponsor on H.R. 4475 1st Anti-Hassle Bill
1077Practicing Physicians’ Advisory Council
1078Inspector General/General Accounting Office on Medicare Situation In Georgia (folder 1 of 2)
1079Inspector General/General Accounting Office on Medicare Situation In Georgia (folder 2 of 2)
10710H.R. 4475 Mike Hash (folder 1 of 2)
10711H.R. 4475 Mike Hash (folder 2 of 2)
10712H.R. 4475 Rowland Bill-Medicare Regulatory Relief
10713AEtna Transition (folder 1 of 3)
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1081AEtna Transition (folder 2 of 3)
1082AEtna Transition (folder 3 of 3)
1083Update on Developments of Hearing
1084Update on Developments of Hearing: Inspector General/Beneficiary Satisfaction with Georgia’s Medicare Carrier
1085Update on Developments of Hearing: Medical Association of Georgia Proposal
1086Articles on Georgia Medicare
1087Facsimiles on Georgia Medicare
1088Correspondence
1089Research / Notes
10810Hearing before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment, Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives, Medicare Part B Carrier Issues, March 5, 1990
10811Testimony of Emil A. Trefzger Jr. on Medicare Part B Claims Processing, March 5, 1990
10812The Physician Advisor, September 1989
10813Beneficiary Satisfaction with Georgia’s Medicare Carrier
10814Statement of Albert S. Carr, M.D., on Medicare Part B Carrier Issues, March 5, 1990
10815Health Care Financing Administration Issuances
10816Medical Association of Georgia Newsletter, Vol. 14, Nos. 10 and 11
10817Health Care and Fraud
10818Health Care Compare: Georgia Medicare Part B Background Information, December 1989
10819The American Society of Internal Medicine Testimony to the Physician Payment Review Commission, January 18, 1990
10820The Internist, September 1990
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1091H.R. 4506--AIDS/ Immigration
1092H.R. 4506--AIDS/ Immigration: AIDS Commission Report, 1991
1093Administration Discussion
1094Helms’ Concerns on HIV Immigration
1095H.R. 4506, [Hearing], June 27, 1990
1096Co-Sponsors
1097HIV/ General Accounting Office Letter
1098Letters of Support
1099News Articles on H.R. 4506
10910National Commission on AIDS Press Conference, September 25, 1991
10911H.R. 4506--Immigration/ Contagious Diseases
10912H.R. 4506--Immigration/ Contagious Diseases: Legislative Action Update
10913AIDS/ Immigration Policy
10914Bob Oliver--Health Care Financing Administration/Nancy Gary (Pending Response)
10915Department of Defense/ Psychotropic Drugs/ Lasa Joiner (Pending)
10916Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Administration, 1992
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1101Information on AIDS Testing of Health Care Workers
1102AIDS Testing of Health Care Workers (folder 1 of 2)
1103AIDS Testing of Health Care Workers (folder 2 of 2)
1104Hearings
1105September 19--Hearing on HIV-Infected Workers
1106Centers for Disease Control Guidelines
1107Helms’ Amendment--Health Care Workers
11082nd Hearing on HIV-Infected Workers, September 26, 1991
1109Patient Testing Guidelines
11010American Medical Association Policy on HIV-Infected Physicians
11011J. Roy Rowland—Testimony, September 19, 1991
11012Letters
11013Medicaid Provider Taxes/ Voluntary Contributions (Georgia’s Indigent Care Trust Fund)
11014Hearing on Medicaid/ Provider Tax Hearing, September 30, 1991
11015Memo to Kathy/ Summary of Law [empty]
11016Medicaid--Voluntary Contributions (Joe Parker, Russ Toal)
11017Medicaid--Voluntary Contributions/ Tax Correspondence
11018Office of Management and Budget Response to Initial Letter
110192nd Medicaid Hearing--Voluntary Contributions, October 16, 1991
11020Health Care Financing Administration Clarification
11021H.R. 3595 as Introduced
11022(H.R. 3595)
11023Press
11024Correspondence [empty]
11025Statements/ Memos
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1111“Agreement” on Medicaid, November 12, 1991
11122nd Try National Governors’ Association--Health Care: Financing Administration Agreement
1113Congressional Research Service Information on Voluntary: Contributions/ Provider Taxes
1114Thank You from Zell Miller
1115Contra Aid, (1988)
1116Wayport Legislation, 1989
1117Bank Disclosures/ House Perks (House Bank), 1992
1118Senator Kennedy Thank Yous--Hancock County
1119Georgia Certificate of Need Information
11110[War on Drugs] (folder 1 of 3)
11111[War on Drugs] (folder 2 of 3)
11112[War on Drugs] (folder 3 of 3)
11113Drug Bill--Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Service Formula (Charter Medical)
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1121Clinical Lab Improvement Amendment--Rural Impact
1122[Doug] Baranrd’s Bill, H.R. 714, Biomedical and Behavioral Facilities Construction Act
1123Medigap H.R. 1555 Technical Corrections, (1992)
1124[Robin] Tallon--Welfare Simplification Act (H.R. 4046)
1125Prozac Information (Includes Both Pros and Cons of Drug) (folder 1 of 2) [book removed]
1126Prozac Information (Includes Both Pros and Cons of Drug) (folder 2 of 2)
1127Infant Mortality: Drug Addicted Infants
1128Labor Health and Human Services Appropriations--Gag Rule, 1991
1129Preventive Health Conference (folder 1 of 2)
11210Preventive Health Conference (folder 2 of 2)
11211Nursing Home
11212Clozaril/ Sandoz
11213Triplicate Prescriptions
BoxFolder
1131Triplicate Prescription Information (Stark)
1132Medicare/ Medicaid Provisions/ Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1990
1133Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1987-Nursing Home Regulations
1134Medicaid Information
1135Living Will
1136Medicaid Prescription Drugs
1137Food and Drug Administration/ Acutane
1138(Title VI-Drug Pricing Agreements)
1139Title X-House Floor Plan (Pending)
11310Humana-Oversight and Investigations Hearing
11311Titles VII and VIII-Solarz Issue (Foreign Medical Graduates)
11312Hearing on Titles VII and VIII (folder 1 of 2), May 30, 1990
11313Hearing on Titles VII and VIII (folder 2 of 2), May 30, 1990
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1141Stark Bill-H.R. 3070
1142Physician Fee Schedule- Hearing (folder 1 of 2), July 11, 1991
1143Physician Fee Schedule- Hearing (folder 2 of 2), July 11, 1991
1144Thank you for Help on Resource Based Relative Value Scale
1145Health Care Financing Administration Background Information on Fee Schedule
1146Physician Payment Review Commission Report on Resource Based Relative Value Scale
1147Medical Groups/Background Information on Physician Fee Issues
1148Physician Fee Reform Letters (Georgia and Rural Health)
1149Specialties Resource Based Relative Value Scale (Psychiatric/Radiation Oncologists) [Empty]
11410November 25 Resource Based Relative Value Scale Regulations-People who Want Them
11411Preliminary Resource Based Relative Value Scale Memo--American Medical Association
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1151Intern Health Projects [RESTRICTED]
1152General Information on Health Care Systems, Etc. (folder 1 of 2)
1153General Information on Health Care Systems, Etc. (folder 2 of 2)
1154Georgia Southern University Rural Health Center Information
1155Sex Survey/Rowland Position /National Institutes of Health: Sex Survey--Information to National Institutes of Health, July 25, 1991
1156Sex Survey/Rowland Position/National Institutes of Health: Teenage Pregnancy--Albany, GA
1157Medicare Recoupment--Georgia (Medical Association of Georgia): Georgia Recoupment
1158Department of Defense--Psychologists Prescribing Drugs
1159Medical Association of Georgia, August 4, 1991
11510Medical Association of Georgia: Triplicate Prescription
11511Rising Costs of Health Care
11512Sunbelt Caucus Infant Mortality Task Force
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1161H.R. 2695
1162H.R. 2695: Pre Certification Information
1163H.R. 2695: Co-Sponsors of H.R. 2695
1164H.R. 2695: Floor Statement on H.R. 2695
1165H.R. 2695: Legislative Language on H.R. 2695
1166H.R. 2695: Press Articles on Medicare Anti-Hassle Bill
1167H.R. 2695: Dear Colleagues and Summaries
1168H.R. 2695: Congressional Budget Office
1169H.R. 2695: Letters of Support on H.R. 2695
11610H.R. 2695: Locum Tenens Information
11611H.R. 2695: Possible Technical Corrections
11612H.R. 2695: Aggregation of Claims Study H.R. 2695 (Pending) Medicare (Locum Tenens), (1991)
11613H.R. 2695: Medicare –H.R. 2695
11614Health Markup/Medicare Markup: Health Bills (Includes Medigap), August 5, 1992
11615Health Markup/Medicare Markup: Medicare Markup (folder 1 of 2), August 5, 1992
11616Health Markup/Medicare Markup: Medicare Markup (folder 2 of 2), August 5, 1992
11617Health Markup/Medicare Markup: Background Information on H.R. 2965 (Mike Hash and Mary McGrane Health Care Financing Administration Concerns), August 5, 1992
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1171Rural Health Care Coalition
1172Rural Health Care Coalition: Rural Veterans’ (Perry) Task Force
1173Rural Health Care Coalition: Hospitals’ Task Force (Slattery)
1174Rural Health Care Coalition: Co-Sponsors to Add
1175Rural Health Care Coalition: Rural Physicians’ Incentive Act of 1991 (H.R. 2230)
1176Rural Health Care Coalition: Rural Access to O.B. Care Act of 1991 (H.R. 2229)
1177Rural Health Care Coalition: Cosponsors of Obstetrical Access
1178Rural Health Care Coalition: Cosponsors of Rural Physicians Incentives Act
1179Rural Health Care Coalition: Summary of Bills Introduced (Physicians) and Legislative Language
11710Rural Health Care Coalition: Background about Incentives (Physicians)
11711Rural Health Care Coalition: Steering Committee an d Rural Physicians Task Force
11712Rural Health Care Coalition: Rural Health Care Coalition Agenda, (1991)
11713Rural Health Care Coalition: Future Issues for Physicians’ Task Force to Explore
11714Rural Health Care Coalition: Rural Health Bills
11715Rural Health Care Coalition: Rural Health, (1992)
11716Rural Health Care Coalition: Cost Estimate of H.R. 2229 and 2230
11717Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment: Medicare and Medicaid Budget Reconciliation
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1181Phoebe Putney [Hospital] Files
1182Phoebe Putney Files, Albany (folder 1of 2)
1183Phoebe Putney Files, Albany (folder 2 of 2)
1184[Application for Grant Funding Under Section 330]
1185Battelle Report (Straight Copy) (folder 1 of 2)
1186Battelle Report (Straight Copy) (folder 2of 2)
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1191Albany Health Plan (folder 1 of 2)
1192Albany Health Plan (folder 2 of 2)
1193[Possible Legislative Agenda for Physician’s Task Force]
1194Rural Health Care Coalition
1195Various Rural Health Care Coalition Letters, Fall 1991
1196American Medical Association Rural Health Speech, September 14, 1991
1197Press Information on Rural Health Package (Summaries of all Bills), (1991)
1198Physicians Task Force, (1993)
1199103rd Rural Health
11910Rural Health Press Conference, April 22, 1993
11911Rural Health Letter to Shalala
11912[Rural Health Care Coalition]
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1201Consensus Information Draft –Legislative: Early Legislative Drafts of Bill (folder 1 of 3)
1202Consensus Information Draft –Legislative: Early Legislative Drafts of Bill (folder 2 of 3)
1203Consensus Information Draft –Legislative: Early Legislative Drafts of Bill (folder 3 of 3)
1204Consensus Information Draft –Legislative: Consensus Reforms (Rowland Article)
1205Consensus Information Draft –Legislative: H.R. 3573 –CHIA [Community Health Improvement Act]
1206Consensus Information Draft –Legislative: Statements of Support
1207Consensus Information Draft –Legislative: Contacts made in CHIA [Community Health Improvements Act] Bill (Letters to Contacts)
1208Consensus Information Draft –Legislative: Letters of Support
1209Consensus Information Draft –Legislative: Rowland/Billrakis Comments
12010Consensus Information Draft –Legislative: Pro-Life
12011Consensus Information Draft –Legislative: Members in Consensus
12012Consensus Information Draft –Legislative: Cosponsors/Thank Yous
12013Consensus Information Draft –Legislative: Deborah Steelman Information on Community Health Centers
12014Consensus Information Draft –Legislative: Medical Malpractice
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1211Consensus Information Draft –Legislative
1212Con Budget –Taxes: Community Health Care Information and other General Information
1213Con Budget –Taxes: Albany/Wrightsville Information
1214Con Budget –Taxes: Medicaid
1215Con Budget –Taxes: Federal Tax Claims Act
1216Other Countries, States, Health Systems –Germany, Hawaii (folder 1 of 2)
1217Other Countries, States, Health Systems –Germany, Hawaii (folder 2 of 2)
1218Community Health Center Information
1219GA Primary Health Information–Community Health Center (Albany Information)
12110Southwest Georgia Family Practice Residency
12111Albany Area Primary Health Care, Inc.
BoxFolder
1221GA Health Information (Health Commission and Others)
1222Georgia Health Information: Health Concerns of Georgians–Health Access/Reform
1223Georgia Health Information: Quality of Life and the Distribution of Physicians In Georgia
1224Georgia Health Information: Georgia Kids Count Factbook, 1992
1225Georgia Health Information: Georgia Health Profile, 1993
1226Georgia Health Information: Georgia Tuberculosis Profile
1227American Medical Association’s Plan to Health Reform
1228GAO [General Accounting Office] Report on Rochester Health Plan
1229Dr. Frank Evans’ Health Proposal
12210Southern Institute on Children and Families Report on Uninsured Children in the South
12211Yale Law Article: Canadian Health Delivery System
12212Medical Malpractice: Ways and Means Report; AMA [American Medical Association] Information
12213Task Force on Infant Mortality of the Congressional Sunbelt Caucus (Rowland –Co-chairman)
12214RBRVS [Resource Based Relative Value Scale]: Beyond Medicare (AMA) [American Medical Association], May 21, 1993
12215National Federation of Independent Business (Health Reform Information)
12216Georgia Diabetic Association (Economic Benefits of Nutrition Services)
BoxFolder
1231Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association on Health Reform
1232Johnson and Johnson Position on Health Reform
1233American Osteopathic Association (Health Reform)
1234Association of Health Insurance Agents –Health Reform
1235American College of Physicians –Position on Health Reform
1236IBM Statement on Health Reform
1237Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Georgia –Position on Health Reform
1238American Society of Internal Medicine Health Reform
1239Congressional Sunbelt Caucus: Health Care in the Sunbelt: What You Need to Know
12310American Academy of Family Physicians Health Reform Proposal
12311Heritage Foundation: “Why Federal Unions Want to Escape the Clinton Health Plan.”
12312Blue Cross/Blue Shield Association Health Reform Proposal
12313Consumers Union: Health Reform
12314Health Insurance Industry in Georgia
12315Health Insurance Association of America (Health Reform)
12316Representative Armey: Impact of Employer Mandate
12317CBO [Congressional Budget Office] Study: Economic Implications of Rising Health Care Costs
12318CBO [Congressional Budget Office] Study: Projections of National Health Expenditures
12319White House Task Force on Health Reform
12320Veteran’s Committee Involvement with White House Task Force on Health Reform (Letter to Secretary Jesse Brown)
12321Energy and Commerce Meeting with the Health Task Force –White House
12322Letter from Dingell/Waxman on “Health Choice”
12323Conservative Democratic Forum Health Care Plan
12324Rowland Letter to Senator Nunn on Health Reform (includes Nunn Response)
12325Dingell Letter to J. Roy Rowland on Health Reform
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1241H.R. 3600: Health Security Act
1242Description and Analysis of H.R. 3600
1243CRS [Congressional Research Service] Report for Congress: Summary Comparison of Major Health Care Reform Bills
BoxFolder
1251The Health Plan Briefing Book (folder 1 of 2)
1252The Health Plan Briefing Book (folder 2 of 2)
1253[Preliminary Draft of President’s Health Reform Proposal] (folder 1 of 2)
1254[Preliminary Draft of President’s Health Reform Proposal] (folder 2 of 2)
1255The Health Security Act of 1993 [book removed]
1256Materials on the Health Security Act
1257Sim Health, 1993-1994
BoxFolder
1261Organ Transplant (folder 1 of 2)
1262Organ Transplant (folder 2 of 2)
1263Organ Transplant Markup, July 27, 1993
1264Organ Transplant
1265Primary Care Services – Health, June 9, 1993
1266Immunization Information (folder 1 of 3), 1993 April 1
1267Immunization Information (folder 2 of 3), 1993 April 1
1268Immunization Information (folder 3 of 3), 1993 April 1
1269Energy and Commerce Markup Cancer, Injury, STDs, etc., 1993 May 20
BoxFolder
1271United Network for Organ Sharing
1272Medicaid Managed Care (folder 1 of 2), 1993
1273Medicaid Managed Care (folder 2 of 2), 1993
1274Reauthorization of (Public Health Programs) Domestic Violence, April 19, 1993
1275Medicare/Medicaid Reconciliation, March 31, April 1, 1993
1276Medicare/Medicaid Reconciliation: Medicaid Budget Cuts (folder 1 of 2), March 31, April 1, 1993
1277Medicare/Medicaid Reconciliation: Medicaid Budget Cuts (folder 2 of 2), March 31, April 1, 1993
1278Medicare/Medicaid Reconciliation: Medicare Budget Cuts FY 1994, March 31, April 1, 1993
BoxFolder
1281The Bipartisan Health Care Act of 1994, August 19, 1994
1282Cosponsors for H.R. 5228
1283Summary of Health Reform Consensus Act of 1994
1284H.R. 3955
1285Congressional Record, June 28, 1994
1286Delivering the Message –Healthcare
1287Health Security Act Section-by-Section Analysis
1288Section-by-Section Analysis of the Health Security Act, January 3, 1994
1289H.R. 3698
12810Statement of Representative J.R.R. Before the Subcommittee on Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Competitiveness
12811Congressional Record, August 10, 1994
12812Hearings before the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, House of Representatives: Health Care Reform (Part 7), January 24, 25, 1994
12813H.R. 3955 Health Reform Consesus Act of 1994, 1994
12814Bipartisan Health Care Reform Act of 1994 (folder 1 of 2), 1994
12815Bipartisan Health Care Reform Act of 1994 (folder 2 of 2), 1994
12816Bipartisan Health Care Reform Act of 1994, 1994
12817Califano article on Health Care Reform, 1993
12818Georgia Medicaid Information, 1994
12819Health Care Reform in 103rd Congress, 1994
12820[Health Care Reform], 1994
12821H.B. 5228 Bipartisan Health Care Reform Act of 1994 (folder 1 of 2), 1994
12822H.B. 5228 Bipartisan Health Care Reform Act of 1994 (folder 2 of 2), 1994
12823Congressional Record, vol. 140, no. 146 (2 copies), 1994 October 8
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1291H.R. 5228
1292H.R. 5228
1293H.R. 5228
1294Section-by-Section –H.R. 3573
1295Dear Colleagues on Health Bills –103rd
1296News Conference on Health Care Reform
c. Legislative Mail, 1984-1994
BoxFolder
1301The Casework Reference Manual, November 1984
1302[Administrative Information regarding Computer Letters], 1985-1986
1303[Administrative Information regarding Computer Software], circa 1985
1304[Computer Letters—Budget], 1985-1986
1305[Computer Letters, Gramm-Rudman], 1985-1986
1306[Computer Letters, Recommendations] [RESTRICTED], 1985
1307[Computer Letters, Academies – Transportation], 1985
1308[Computer Letters, Agriculture – Foreign Affairs], 1986-1989
1309[Computer Letters, Government Operations – Ways and Means], 1986-1989
13010[Computer Letters with copies], 1986-1988
13011[Computer Letters, Various Topics], 1987-1989
13012[Computer Letters], 1989
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1311[Computer Letters], January 1990
1312[Computer Letters], February 1990
1313[Computer Letters], March 1990
1314[Computer Letters], April 1990
1315[Computer Letters], May 1990
1316[Computer Letters], June 1990
1317[Computer Letters], July 1990
1318[Computer Letters], August 1990
1319[Computer Letters], September 1990
13110[Computer Letters], October 1990
13111[Computer Letters], November1990
13112[Computer Letters], December 1990
13113Computer Letters, 1991
13114[Computer Letters], 1991
13115[Computer Letters], undated
13116Examples of Constituent Mail from Adam’s [Jablonowski] Files, 1985-1986
13117[Computer Letters, Speeches] Adam [Jablonowski], 1985-1987
13118Health Computer Letters [Adam Jablonowski?], 1985-1988
BoxFolder
1321Computer Letters-Replies: Medicare/Medicaid [Cleo Caldwell], 1987-1989
1322Computer Letters-Replies: Health Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1987-1989
1323Health Memos [Cleo’s Memos to Rowland], 1987-1988
1324Miscellaneous Memos [Cleo’s Memos to Rowland], 1987-1988
1325Computer Letters-Replies: Cruelty to Animals Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1987-1988
1326Computer Letters-Replies: Form Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1987, undated
1327Computer Letters-Replies: Miscellaneous Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1986-1988
1328Miscellaneous Statements [Rowland’s Statements - Cleo Caldwell], 1987-1988
1329Computer Letters-Replies: Infant Mortality Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1986-1988
13210Miscellaneous [Computer Memos and Notes - Cleo Caldwell], 1986-1987
13211Long-Term Care Insurance [Computer Memos and Information - Cleo Caldwell], 1987
13212Committee Statements [Rowland - Cleo Caldwell], 1987
13213Health Care Statements [Rowland - Cleo Caldwell], 1987
13214Computer Letters-Replies: Long-Term Care Insurance Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1987-1988
13215Grant Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1987
13216Computer Letters-Replies: Mental Health Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1986-1987
13217Perinatal AIDS Memos [Cleo’s Memos to Rowland], 1987-1988
13218Computer Letters-Replies: Head Injury Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1987-1988
13219Nursing Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1986, 1988
13220Computer Letters-Replies: Georgia Medical Care Foundation Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1987-1988
13221Computer Letters-Replies: Rural Health Care Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1987-1988
13222Computer Letters: Medical Student Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1986-1988
13223Infant Mortality Memos [Cleo’s Memos to Rae Grad - Cleo Caldwell], undated
13224Insurance Statements [Rowland - Cleo Caldwell], 1987
13225Jacobs Amendment Statement [Rowland - Cleo Caldwell], 1987
13226Health Care [Computer Information - Cleo Caldwell], 1987, undated
13227Rural Health Care [Computer Information - Cleo Caldwell], 1988
13228Infant Morality [Meeting Agenda - Cleo Caldwell], 1987
13229Computer Letters-Replies: Marijuana Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1988
13230AIDS Letters [Cleo Caldwell], 1987-1988
13231AIDS Statements [Rowland - Cleo Caldwell], 1987-1988
13232AIDS [Computer Reports - Cleo Caldwell], undated
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1331Form Letters [Elizabeth Nesbit], undated
1332Form Letters [Elizabeth Nesbit], undated
BoxFolder
1341Constituent Letters - AIDS, (1989)
1342Constituent Letters - Appointments for Agencies and Commissions, (1989)
1343Constituent Letters - Bond Swamp, (1989)
1344Constituent Letters - Budget Deficit, (1989)
1345Constituent Letters - Catastrophic Bill [Medicare Catastrophic Protection Act], (1989)
1346Constituent Letters - Drugs, (1989)
1347Constituent Letters - Drugs: Pharmacy Issues, (1989)
1348Constituent Letters - Energy and Commerce Committee, (1989)
1349Constituent Letters - General Issues [RESTRICTED], (1989)
13410Constituent Letters - Infant Mortality, (1989)
13411Constituent Letters - Kids’ Letters, (1989)
13412Constituent Letters - Questionnaires, (1989)
13413Constituent Letters - H.R. 939 (Stark), (1989)
13414Constituent Letters - H.R. 774 (Coyne), (1989)
13415Constituent Letters - Medicaid, (1989)
13416Constituent Letters - Medicare, (1989)
13417Constituent Letters - Resource Base Relative Value Scale, (1989)
13418Constituent Letters - Tobacco, (1989)
13419Constituent Letters - D.C. Statehood, 1988
13420Constituent Letters - Catastrophic Health Bill, 1988
BoxFolder
1351Health Correspondence (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1987-1989
1352Health Correspondence (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1987-1989
1353Health [Correspondence] (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], (1989)
1354Health [Correspondence] (folder 2 of 2), (1989)
1355Health Correspondence (folder 1 of 2), 1989
1356Health Correspondence (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1989
1357Health Correspondence (folder 1 of 2), 1989
1358Health Correspondence (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1989
BoxFolder
1361Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, December, 1989
1362Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, January-February, 1990
1363Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, January-February, 1990
1364Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, February-March, 1990
1365Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, March-May, 1990
1366Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, April-May, 1990
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1371Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, May-June, 1990
1372Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, June, 1990
1373Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, June- August, 1990
1374Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, July, 1990
1375Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, August, 1990
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1381Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, September, 1990
1382Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, September-November, 1990
1383Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous [folder 1 of 2], October, 1990
1384Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous [folder 2 of 2], October, 1990
1385Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, October, 1990
1386Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Agriculture, Social Security, and Miscellaneous, Pending Next Session, November 1990
BoxFolder
1391Prescription Drug Complaints, 1991
1392Physician Fee / Medicare, 1991
1393Research Program Funding, 1991
1394Animal Research, 1991
1395Prescription Drugs – High Cost, 1991
1396Pseudorabies Funding (Agriculture Appropriations), 1991
1397Home Health, 1991
1398HIV Testing, 1991
1399Fetal Tissue, 1991
13910Medical Malpractice, 1991
13911Health Care System Insurance [RESTRICTED], 1991
13912Rural Health Care, 1991
13913Case Work [RESTRICTED], 1991
13914Infant Mortality, 1991
13915Labor [Health and Human Services] Appropriations, 1991
13916Appropriations Pork Buster, 1992
13917Social Security: H.R. 4192, 1992
13918Social Security, 1991
13919Medicare / Social Security Information, undated
13920Indigent Trust Fund, 1991
13921Abortion, 1991
13922Dairy, 1991
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1401NIH [National Institutes of Health] Sex Survey, 1991
1402Physicians’ Complaints on Health [RESTRICTED], 1991
1403Miscellaneous (includes budget), 1991
BoxFolder
1411Medicare / Medicaid [folder 1 of 2], 1990-1991
1412Medicare / Medicaid [folder 2 of 2], 1990-1991
1413Triad / Randy Hasty Information, 1990
1414Mary Bonk Case [RESTRICTED], 1985-1991
1415Ampligen / RIC Heath, 1990 -1991
1416Health [folder 1 of 2], 1991-1992
BoxFolder
1421Health [folder 2 of 2], 1991-1992
1422Health Letters [folder 1 of 2], 1992
1423Health Letters [folder 2 of 2] [RESTRICTED], 1992
1424Abortion, 1992
1425General Correspondence (Miscellaneous), 1992
BoxFolder
1431Social Security, 1992
1432Agriculture Letters, 1991-1992
BoxFolder
1441Constituent Mail: Miscellaneous Issues, January-February, 1992
1442Constituent Mail: Miscellaneous Issues, February-March, 1992
1443Constituent Mail: Miscellaneous Issues, March, 1992
1444Constituent Mail: Miscellaneous Issues, April, 1992
BoxFolder
1451Constituent Mail: Miscellaneous Issues, May- June, 1992
1452Constituent Mail: Miscellaneous Issues, October-September, 1992
1453Constituent Mail: Miscellaneous Issues, November-December, 1992
BoxFolder
1461Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Social Security, and General, January-February, 1993
1462Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Social Security, and General, April- May, 1993
1463Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Social Security, and General [folder 1 of 3], June, 1993
1464Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Social Security, and General [folder 2 of 3], June, 1993
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1471Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Social Security, and General [folder 3 of 3], June, 1993
1472Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Social Security, and General, July, 1993
1473Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Social Security, and General, August, 1993
1474Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Social Security, and General, September-October, 1993
1475Constituent Mail: Budget, Health, Social Security, and General, November-December, 1993
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1481Constituent Mail: Health Care Reform, NAFTA, etc., May-June 1993
1482Constituent Mail: Health Care Reform, NAFTA, etc., June 1993
1483Constituent Mail: Health Care Reform, NAFTA, etc., July 1993
1484Constituent Mail: Health Care Reform, NAFTA, etc., August-October 1993
1485Constituent Mail: Health Care Reform, NAFTA, etc., August-October 1993
1486Constituent Mail: Health Care Reform, NAFTA, etc., October 1993
1487Constituent Mail: Health Care Reform, NAFTA, etc., October 1993
1488Constituent Mail: Health Care Reform, NAFTA, etc., October 1993
1489Constituent Mail: Health Care Reform, NAFTA, etc., November 1993
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1491Constituent Mail: Health Care Reform, NAFTA, etc., November 1993
1492Constituent Mail: Health Care Reform, NAFTA, etc., December 1993
1493Constituent Mail: Health Care Reform, NAFTA, etc., December 1993-January 1994
d. Speeches, 1983-1991
BoxFolder
1501Georgia Agriculture Speeches
1502RCRA [Resource Conservation and Recovery Act]/ Agriculture
1503Economic Importance of Crops in South Georgia
1504NAFTA [North American Free Trade Agreement]
1505Peanuts
1506Rowland - Health/ Tobacco Issues
1507Rowland – Health/ Tobacco Issues – Georgia Tobacco Statistics, 1991
1508General Agriculture Speeches
1509Historical Perspective of Agriculture
15010Advisory Members (folder 1 of 2)
15011Advisory Members (folder 2 of 2)
15012Information on Peanuts (Speeches)
BoxFolder
1511Congressional Record Statements – Rowland, 1983
1512(Statements Made Before Committees)
1513Rowland Press Releases (Selby), 1984
1514Congressional Record Statements (Rowland), 1985
1515Rowland Press Releases (Selby), 1985
1516(Congressional Record Statements – Rowland), 1986
1517Press Releases (Selby) by Rowland, 1986
1518Congressional Record Statements, 1987
1519Press Releases (Rowland ) and Statements by Rowland, 1991
15110(Rowland – Speeches)