J. Roy Rowland Papers, Series II, Subseries B: Legislative Assistants’ FilesJ. Roy Rowland Papers, Series II, Subseries B: Legislative Assistants’ Files

J. Roy Rowland Papers, Series II, Subseries B: Legislative Assistants’ Files

Descriptive Summary

Title: J. Roy Rowland Papers, Series II, Subseries B: Legislative Assistants’ Files
Creator: Rowland, J. Roy (James Roy), 1926-
Dates: 1973-1994
Extent: 156.0 boxes (74.25 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 B: Legislative Assistants’ Files document the ten legislative assistants in his Washington, D.C., office. 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. 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 B: Legislative Assistants’ Files document the ten legislative assistants in his Washington, D.C., office. 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. 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 ten groups: Cleo Caldwell, Chris Hunt, Adam Jablonowski, Joy Lee, Karen Mogan, Elizabeth Nisbet, Brent Orrell, Keith Perdue, Cynthia (Cyndi) Purkiss, and Joanna Kile White.


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.


Related Materials

Access Points

AIDS (Disease) Government policy United States.
Congressional Sunbelt Caucus.
Congressional records.
Legislators--United States.
Medical care--Law and legislation--United States.
National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality (U.S.)
United States--National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.
United States--Politics and government--1981-1989.
United States--Politics and government--1989-1993.
United States. Congress. House.

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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.



B. Legislative Assistants’ Files

Extent: 156.0 boxes
Extent: (74.25 linear feet)
1. Cleo Caldwell, 1983-1989
Extent: 9.0 boxes
Extent: (4.25 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Cleopatra H. (Cleo) Caldwell joined Rowland’s staff as his health legislative specialist in 1987, taking over health-related legislative duties of Adam Jablonowski. She held a Ph.D. in Social Psychology and prior to joining Rowland’s staff, she had served as a Congressional Science Fellow, a fellowship awarded by the Society for Research in Child Development.Her files are organized in two groups: Legislative Research Files and Legislative Mail. Each group is arranged in chronological order by congress. During the 100th Congress, her assigned subjects included: AIDS, Medicare/Medicaid, long-term care, catastrophic illness, infant mortality, and rural health care. Specifically, Cleo’s legislative research files contain information about H.R. 2881, a bill introduced by Rowland in 1987 to establish the National Commission on AIDS. Additional information about this commission and related legislation can be found in Legislative Director Kathy Bryant Hennemuth’s and legislative assistant Chris Hunt’s files. Cleo’s “computer letters” (form letters, which also include memos to Rowland and other documents typed by computer) are located in Legislative Director Kathy Hennemuth’s legislative mail files.
BoxFolder
1521Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) (folder 1 of 4), 1985-1987
1522Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) (folder 2 of 4), 1985-1987
1523Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) (folder 3 of 4), 1985-1987
1524Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) (folder 4 of 4), 1985-1987
1525Catastrophic Illness (folder 1 of 4), 1986-1987
1526Catastrophic Illness (folder 2 of 4), 1986-1987
1527Catastrophic Illness (folder 3 of 4), 1986-1987
1528Catastrophic Illness (folder 4 of 4), 1986-1987
1529MethaQualone: Quaalude Bill (folder 1 of 7), 1983
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1531MethaQualone: Quaalude Bill (folder 2 of 7), 1983
1532MethaQualone: Quaalude Bill (folder 3 of 7), 1983
1533MethaQualone: Quaalude Bill (folder 4 of 7), 1983
1534MethaQualone: Quaalude Bill (folder 5 of 7), 1983
1535MethaQualone: Quaalude Bill (folder 6 of 7), 1983
1536MethaQualone: Quaalude Bill (folder 7 of 7), 1983
1537Grace Caucus, 1985-1986
1538Certificate of Need and Health Planning, 1985
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1541Anti-Trust Laws, 1987
1542Background Information for Task Force on Women, Minorities and Handicapped, 1986-1987
1543Background Information for Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association Congressional keynote, November 9, 1987
1544Background Information meeting with Senators on S. 1220 – Kennedy’s AIDS Education and Research Bill, 1988
1545Background Information for the dedication of the Cancer Life Center at the Medical Center of Central Georgia, 1986-1988
1546Catastrophic Coverage Act, 1988
1547Catastrophic Illness Background – Health Plan, 1987
1548Continuum Presentation on Infant Mortality, April 17, 1988
1549Correspondence [National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality], 1986-1988
15410Democratic Caucus, 1987-1988
15411Facts on Infant Mortality and Commission Activities – Perinatal AIDS, 1987
15412Head Injury Presentation: Information for Bill, 1988
15413HR 2168 Prevent Medical Doctors from dispensing – Wyden, 1987
15414Infant Mortality, 1987
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1551Infant Mortality, 1988
1552Infant Mortality and OB GYN Interview Materials, 1986-1988
1553Infant Mortality Hearings in Atlanta (an upcoming event), 1988 [January 11]
1554Infant Mortality Hearing in Atlanta, 1988 [January 11]
1555Information [Infant Mortality], 1986-1987
1556Information on Medicare – FY90 (Budget Information), 1987
1557Medicare Reconciliation: House Ways and Means Committee, 1987
1558Medicare Sanction, 1986-1987
1559Meeting with Secretary Otis Bowen, 1988
15510Mental Health Information, 1988
15511National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality, 1988
15512National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality – Perinatal AIDS Hearing – Miami, Florida, October 26, 1987
15513Newspaper Articles: Active Projects, 1987-1988
15514Perinatal AIDS – Infant Mortality Commission Miami meeting, 1987 October 26
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1561Poythress, David Information – Miscellaneous [CHAMPUS: Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services], 1986-1988
1562Rural Health Care Coalition, 1987-1988
1563Rural Health Care Coalition, 1988
1564Rural Health Care Coalition Press Conference, April 27, 1988
1565State of Georgia Department of Medical Assistance, 1987-1988
1566The Practice of Medicine in 1990s Tulane and Louisiana State University Medical students, January 30, 1988
1567Wyden Amendment HR 2168: Physicians Dispensing Drugs, 1987
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1571H.R. 2881 (AIDS Commission and Legislative History) (folder 1 of 2)
1572H.R. 2881 (AIDS Commission and Legislative History) (folder 2 of 2)
1573U.S. Commission on Comprehensive Healthcare (Pepper Commission), 1989
1574AIDS Commission Information, 1987
1575Bills--H.R. 2881, 1987
1576[H.R. 2881], 1987-1988
1577[AIDS], 1987-1988
1578[Infant Health]
1579Commission [on AIDS]--President’s, 1987
15710Comprehensive Health Care Commission--H.R. 2470 (Rowland Appointment), 1987-1988
15711Rural Healthcare Coalition, Press Conference, 2:00 P.M., Cannon Caucus Room, April 22, 1987
15712Cosponsorships for House Congressional Resolution 108
15713Outlier Payments Under Prospective Payment System, 1988
BoxFolder
1581[H.R. 2881 and National Commission on Social Security Reform, 1983-1987]
1582[Rural Healthcare Coalition]
1583Rural Hospitals
1584Rural Healthcare Coalition, 1986-1987
BoxFolder
1591Legislative Mail, December 1987
1592Legislative Mail, November 13-30, 1987
1593Legislative Mail, November 1-13, 1987
1594Legislative Mail, October 1987
1595Legislative Mail [RESTRICTED], September 1987
1596Legislative Mail, August 12-31, 1987
1597Legislative Mail [RESTRICTED], August 1-11, 1987
1598Legislative Mail, July 1987
1599Legislative Mail, June 1987
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1601Legislative Mail, May 1987
1602Legislative Mail [RESTRICTED], April 1987
1603Legislative Mail [RESTRICTED], March 9-13, 1987
1604Legislative Mail, March 1-9, 1987
1605Legislative Mail, February 1987
1606Legislative Mail, January 1987
1607Legislative Mail, December 1986
1608Legislative Mail, November 13-30, 1986
1609Legislative Mail, November 1-13, 1986
16010Legislative Mail, October 1986
16011Legislative Mail, September 1986
2. Chris Hunt, 1979-1990
Extent: 18.0 boxes
Extent: (8.5 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Chris Hunt served on Rowland’s staff from 1984 to 1990, 98th to 101st Congress. He initially worked with Rebecca Brady (as evidenced in his files: early constituent correspondence (1984) is primarily drafted by her) and later, from 1987 to 1989, with Karen Mogan and Kathy Bryant Hennemuth.His files are organized in two groups: Legislative Research Files and Legislative Mail. Each group is arranged in chronological order by congress. Chris’ files reflect some of Rowland’s early interests and first legislation. Topics include veterans’ issues, such as “atomic veterans,” Notch (Social Security issue), and health care for rural veterans for which Congressman Rowland lead a congressional hearing in Dublin, Georgia, on the topic in December 1988; foreign affairs, such as aid to the Contras, and trade; early legislative work to establish the National Commission on Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (National Commission on AIDS); transportation, including the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska in 1989. The majority of Rowland’s efforts on the AIDS commission and about AIDS in general can be found in the files of Legislative Director Kathy Bryant Hennemuth and legislative assistant Cleo Caldwell.Legislative Mail includes topics relating to constituents’ views on the Brady Amendment (1988), abortion, veterans affairs, foreign affairs, the budget, and issues of the judiciary and ways and means. Most correspondence files contain both constituent letters and corresponding responses, although a few files contain only constituents’ letters. Mail is filed by congress (by date) and topic.
BoxFolder
1611Atomic Veterans-Rowland’s Bill [HR 1811] (folder 1 of 2)
1612Atomic Veterans-Rowland’s Bill [HR 1811] (folder 2 of 2)
1613May 20, 1987, 1:30 PM Room 334 Subcommittee on Compensation, Pension, and Insurance Radiation Legislation for Veterans: HR 1811 Atomic Vets Public Law 100-321 May 20, 1988, May 20, 1987
1614May 20, 1987, 1:30 PM Room 334 Subcommittee on Compensation, Pension, and Insurance Radiation Legislation for Veterans (folder 1 of 3), May 20, 1987
1615May 20, 1987, 1:30 PM Room 334 Subcommittee on Compensation, Pension, and Insurance Radiation Legislation for Veterans (folder 2 of 3), May 20, 1987
1616May 20, 1987, 1:30 PM Room 334 Subcommittee on Compensation, Pension, and Insurance Radiation Legislation for Veterans (folder 3 of 3), May 20, 1987
1617May 20, 1987, 1:30 PM Room 334 Subcommittee on Compensation, Pension, and Insurance Radiation Legislation for Veterans: The Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Medical Problems of Occupation Troops, May 20, 1987
BoxFolder
1621Atomic Veterans E-F
1622Studies Re: Atomic Vets Court Case
1623National Research Council-Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) Study Atomic Vets
1624Atomic Vets 1984 W-X-Y-Z (folder 1 of 2), 1983
1625Atomic Vets 1984 W-X-Y-Z (folder 2 of 2), 1983
1626HR 1613 Atomic Vets Relief Act 1985
1627HR 1961 Agent Orange and Atomic Veterans Relief Act
1628Information-Atomic Vets
BoxFolder
1631Document List-Atomic Vets [Defense Nuclear Agency]
1632Atomic Vets-Regulations
1633Micronesia-Nuclear Claims Settlement
1634Veterans Advisory Council on Environmental Hazards
1635Chronology-Agent Orange/Atomic Vet Legislation
1636HR 3909 Atomic Vets Relief Act-Rowland’s Bill 98th Congress
1637House Joint Resolution 295 Atomic Vet Day, 1985
1638HR 4905 Judicial Division Transfer-Rowland’s Bill
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1641[Constituent Mail] (folder 1 of 3) [RESTRICTED], 1988-1989
1642[Constituent Mail] (folder 2 of 3) [RESTRICTED], 1988-1989
1643[Constituent Mail] (folder 3 of 3), 1988-1989
1644HR 1562-Textile [Trade and Enforcement Act of 1985], 1985
1645Rural Letter Carriers HR 1884
1646Logging/Internal Revenue Service, 1985
1647[Constituent Mail], November 1989
1648Letters re: Libya, France, and England, 1986
1649Kidnappings-Father Lawrence Jenco, 1985
16410Civil Rights Restoration, 1988
16411HR 700- Civil Rights Restoration Act, 1986, 1988
BoxFolder
1651Grove City/Civil Rights, 1984, 1986
1652Ernest Jones-Tax ([Vehicle] Record Keeping), 1984-1985
1653Record Keeping [Vehicle], 1985-1986
1654HR 3838-Tax Reform Act, 1985
1655Letter re: Like Kind Transfer, 1987
1656Timber Tax, 1985
1657Normalization, 1987
1658Letters Signed [by Roy Rowland], 1984-1987
1659Timber Tax Proposals, 1985-1988
16510Trade Bill-HR 3, 1987
16511Thank You Letters [to Rowland] (folder 1 of 2), 1986-1988
16512Thank You Letters [to Rowland] (folder 2 of 2), 1986-1988
BoxFolder
1661HR 2881 AIDS Commission, 1987
1662AIDS-Veterans Affairs AIDS Commission HR 2881, 1987-1988
1663AIDS Commission 2881, 1987
1664AIDS Commission 2881, 1987
1665AIDS Commission 2881, 1987-1989
BoxFolder
1671Capital Gains Hearing, Macon, GA, March 13, 1989
1672Civil Rights Restoration [Act], 1988
1673Service Academies, 1987
1674Thank You for Grove City Vote, 1988
1675Lake Tobesofkee [HR 3790] (folder 1 of 2), 1982-1988
1676Lake Tobesofkee [HR 3790] (folder 2 of 2), 1982-1988
1677Veterans Administration Issues [RESTRICTED], 1986-1988
1678Chris-Letters Signed by Kathy Hennemuth, 1987-1988
1679Chris-Letters Signed by Kathy Hennemuth: G-H, 1988
BoxFolder
1681Rural Telephone, 1987
1682Georgia Beer Wholesalers Association, Inc., 1988-1989
1683Legal Service Corporation, 1989
1684Modified Endowment Contracts, 1988
1685West Point Pepperell, 1988-1989
1686Examples Of Letters From District and Responses, August-December 1988
1687Old Floor Sheets, 1985
1688Dublin Veterans Administration: Clinical Addition, 1989
1689Letters Regarding Small Issue Industrial Development Bond, 1989
16810Section 89 [Internal Revenue Code], 1989
16811Speech Material: Vietnam/Memorial Day, 1979-1989
16812Dublin [Georgia] Field Hearing (folder 1 of 2), December 2, 1988
16813Dublin [Georgia] Field Hearing (folder 2 of 2), December 2, 1988
BoxFolder
1691Dublin [Georgia] Field Hearing [Agenda and Planning Materials], December 2, 1988
1692HR 1811 Atomic Veterans, 1984, 1987-1988
1693Answers to Gun Control Letters [Brady Amendment] (folder 1 of 2), 1988
1694Answers to Gun Control Letters [Brady Amendment] (folder 2 of 2), 1988
1695Aid to Contras, 1988
1696Timber, 1989
1697Trade Speech, 1988
1698Trade Speech: Information for Trade Speech, 1987-1988
BoxFolder
1701Veterans Legislation 100th Congress Blue Sheets and Summary
1702Veterans Administration Budget Crisis, 1988
1703Notch, 1985-1988
1704HR 4221 Taxing Deferred Groups, 1988
1705Veterans Home Loan Mortgage Industry, 1989
1706Disabled Veterans and Military Aircraft Travel, 1983-1987
1707Pay Raise Legislation, 1989
1708Defense Burden Sharing-North Atlantic Trade Organization (NATO), 1988
BoxFolder
1711Federal Employees [Legislative Research Files shared with Karen Mogan], 1988-1989
1712Iran [Legislative Research Files shared with Karen Mogan], 1988
1713Catastrophic Health Act [Legislative Research Files shared with Karen Mogan], 1988
1714HR 2008 Toddler Tax Credit 1989 Holloway-Schulze Day Care [Legislative Research Files shared with Karen Mogan], 1989
1715Special Programs for Students from Disadvantaged Backgrounds (TRIO) Fiscal Year 1989-Budget [Legislative Research Files shared with Karen Mogan], 1989
1716Elementary School Improvement Project Tom Ridge (Chaffee has Similar Bill Reducing Class Size) [Legislative Research Files shared with Karen Mogan], 1985-1988
1717Education and Labor [Legislative Research Files shared with Karen Mogan], 1987-1988
1718Education Program Funding [Legislative Research Files shared with Karen Mogan], 1989-1990
1719Georgia Department of Labor-Monthly Confidential Listings [Legislative Research Files shared with Karen Mogan], 1988-1989
17110Peace Plans-Central America [Legislative Research Files shared with Karen Mogan], 1987-1988
17111Alaska Oil Spill [Exxon Valdez] [Legislative Research Files shared with Karen Mogan], 1989
17112Letters Regarding Contradora Process [Legislative Research Files shared with Karen Mogan], 1984-1987
17113Contra Aid Background [Legislative Research Files shared with Karen Mogan], 1988
BoxFolder
1721Acid Rain Bill, 1984
1722Alcohol, 1984
1723Appropriations, 1984
1724Armed Services, 1984
1725Budget, 1984
1726Banking, 1984
1727Construction Work in Progress (CWIP), 1984
1728Diagnosis Related Groups (DRG) and Medicare, 1984
1729Education and Labor, 1984
17210Miscellaneous Energy and Commerce, 1984
17211Flat Tax, 1984
17212Fleet Subsidies, 1984
17213Fuel Tax, 1984
17214Foreign Affairs, 1984
17215Government Operations (OPS), 1984
17216Health [RESTRICTED], 1984
17217Health, Social Security, and Medicare, 1984
17218Home Health, 1984
17219Industrial Policies, 1984
17220Interior/Insular [Empty], 1984
17221Housing Administration [Empty], 1984
17222Withholding [Empty], 1984
17223Small Business [Empty], 1984
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1731Judiciary, 1984
1732Merchant Marine [Empty], 1984
1733Miscellaneous: Morehouse School of Medicine, 1984
1734Miscellaneous [RESTRICTED], 1984
1735Miscellaneous: Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, 1984
1736Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 2), 1984
1737Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 2), 1984
1738Oil and Gas Policies, 1984
1739Public Works and Transportation, 1984
17310Post Office and Civil Service (CS) [RESTRICTED], 1984
17311Quaalude, 1984
17312Science and Technology, 1984
17313Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Family, 1984
17314Social Security [RESTRICTED], 1984
17315Tax Policies-General, 1984
17316Tax on Bonds, 1984
BoxFolder
1741Telephone, 1984
1742Veterans Affairs [RESTRICTED], 1984
1743Ways and Means, 1984
BoxFolder
1751Requests [Keith Perdue] [RESTRICTED], 1983
1752Miscellaneous [Rebecca Brady] (folder 1 of 3) [RESTRICTED], 1983-1985
1753Miscellaneous [Rebecca Brady] (folder 2 of 3) [RESTRICTED], 1983-1985
1754Miscellaneous [Rebecca Brady] (folder 3 of 3) [RESTRICTED], 1983-1985
1755’84 Blue [Mail], 1984
1756’85 Blue [Mail] (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1984-1985
1757’85 Blue [Mail] (folder 2 of 2), 1984-1985
BoxFolder
1761‘85 White [Mail], 1985
1762Chris [and Rebecca Brady]– ’85 Mail, 1985
1763[Constituent Mail – Armed Services], January-February 1985
1764Foreign Affairs, 1985
1765Judiciary, 1985
1766Post Office, Civil Service, & Commemoratives, 1985
1767[Constituent Mail] (folder 1 of 4), 1987-1989
1768[Constituent Mail] (folder 2 of 4), 1987-1989
1769[Constituent Mail] (folder 3 of 4), 1987-1989
BoxFolder
1771[Constituent Mail] (folder 4 of 4), 1987-1989
1772[Constituent Mail] Abortion, Flag, HR 2098 (Tax Credit), Veterans' Affairs, Retirement Option, HR 1154 (Textile and Apparel Trade Act), Budget, Social Security (folder 1 of 4), 1988-1989
1773[Constituent Mail] Abortion, Flag, HR 2098 (Tax Credit), Veterans' Affairs, Retirement Option, HR 1154 (Textile and Apparel Trade Act), Budget, Social Security (folder 2 of 4), 1988-1989
1774[Constituent Mail] Abortion, Flag, HR 2098 (Tax Credit), Veterans' Affairs, Retirement Option, HR 1154 (Textile and Apparel Trade Act), Budget, Social Security (folder 3 of 4), 1988-1989
1775[Constituent Mail] Abortion, Flag, HR 2098 (Tax Credit), Veterans' Affairs, Retirement Option, HR 1154 (Textile and Apparel Trade Act), Budget, Social Security (folder 4 of 4), 1988-1989
1776Constituent Mail, 1989
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1781Armed Services/Veterans, 1986
1782Judiciary, 1986
1783Foreign Affairs, 1986
1784Ways and Means, 1986
1785Ways and Means – letters (folder 1 of 2), 1986
1786Ways and Means – letters (folder 2 of 2), 1986
1787Armed Services/Veterans, 1987
1788Ways and Means, 1987
3. Adam Jablonowski, 1983-1986
Extent: 19.0 boxes
Extent: (8.5 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Adam Jablonowski joined Rowland’s staff in July 1985 and assumed health-related legislative research and analysis duties from Rebecca Brady during the 99th Congress. A specialist in the health field, Adam held a Master of Public Administration and at the time was a member of the Board of Directors of the American Rural Health Association.His files are organized in two groups: Subject Files, which contain health-related constituent correspondence, speeches, co-sponsorship files, and limited research materials. Arrangement is roughly alphabetical and is filed in two sets (A to Z and A to Z). The second group, Legislative Research Files, consists of research about health-related legislative topics, such as AIDS, biomedical ethics, living wills, long-term care, malpractice, Medicare, and the uninsured, as well as a group of files relating to “Superfund,” the Hazardous Substance Response Trust Fund established in 1980. Research files include background materials from the Congressional Research Service; articles, clippings, and literature; reports; Rowland’s proposed amendments to pertinent legislation and speeches; drafts of legislation. Form letters (Rowland’s responses only) are filed with Legislative Director Kathy Bryant Hennemuth’s files.
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1791Doctor [Hezekiah K.] Heath Petition [to reinstate medical license], 1986
1792Adam – 1985 Mail [for Rowland] (folder 1 of 3) [RESTRICTED], 1985-1986
1793Adam – 1985 Mail [for Rowland] (folder 2 of 3), 1985-1986
1794Adam – 1985 Mail [for Rowland] (folder 3 of 3) [RESTRICTED], 1985-1986
1795[“Physician in Congress” Article by Rowland and notes for Journal, Georgia Academy of Family Physicians], 1986
1796Defense and Security [Health and Superfund], 1985
1797Public Works Commission, 1986
1798Abortion Title X: Family Planning, 1986
1799Abortion Title X: Family Planning: Abortion Family Planning Title X, 1985
17910Food not Drug Additives [Fluoride], 1985
17911AIDS, 1985-1986
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1801Asbestos, 1986
1802Blue Cross-Blue Shield, 1986
1803Biomedical Ethics, 1986
1804CHAMPUS: Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed Services, 1985-1986
1805Child Health, 1986
1806Co-Sponsorship [RESTRICTED], 1986
1807Co-Sponsorship (folder 1 of 2), 1985-1986
1808Co-Sponsorship (folder 2 of 2), 1985-1986
1809Drugs [RESTRICTED], 1986
18010Drugs, 1985-1986
18011State Priorities – Grace, 1985
18012Health Insurance, 1986
18013Health Insurance: Health Insurance Continued, 1985
18014Health Planning, 1986
18015Health Planning, 1985
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1811Hospice, 1985
1812Hospitals, 1985
1813Malpractice, 1986
1814Malpractice, 1985-1986
1815Foods are not Drugs, 1986
1816Foods are not Drugs: Foods are not Drugs Act of 1985, 1985
1817Medicaid, 1986
1818Medicaid (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1985-1986
1819Medicaid (folder 2 of 2), 1985-1986
18110Medicare – Durable Medical Equipment, 1986
18111Medicare – Durable Medical Equipment [RESTRICTED], 1985-1986
18112Medicare – General (folder 1 of 2), 1985-1986
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1821Medicare – General (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1985-1986
1822Medicare – Home Health (folder 1 of 2), 1985-1986
1823Medicare – Home Health (folder 2 of 2), 1985-1986
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1831Medicare – Graduate Medical Education, 1986
1832Medicare – Graduate Medical Education, 1985
1833Medicare – Provider Coverages [RESTRICTED], 1986
1834Medicare – Provider Coverages [RESTRICTED], 1985-1986
1835Medicare – Provider Coverages: Physicians Assistants, 1985
1836Mental Health [RESTRICTED], 1986
1837Mental Health [RESTRICTED], 1985
1838Mercer [University], 1985-1986
1839NIH: Nation Institutes of Health, 1986
18310Nurse – Midwife, 1985
18311NHSC: National Health Service Corporations, 1985
18312Occupational Disease – H.R. 1309, 1985-1986
18313Psychiatric Treatment Facility, 1985
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1841Pathology Demonstration – Project Labs, 1985-1986
1842Pathology Demonstration – Project Labs, 1985-1986
1843Peer Review Organizations – Georgia Medical Care Foundation [RESTRICTED], 1985-1986
1844Social Security (folder 1 of 2), 1986
1845Social Security (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1986
1846Past Speeches, 1983
1847Southern Health Association, 1985
1848Tobacco, 1985
1849AIDS, 1985-1986
18410Bioethics and Biomedicine, 1986
18411Budget, 1986
18412General Information and Correspondence, 1986
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1851General Information and Correspondence, 1983-1984
1852Gramm-Rudman: Deficit Reduction Plan, 1986
1853New Budget – Gramm-Rudman, 1985-1986
1854Hospital Costs, 1985-1986
1855Kid Stuff, 1986
1856Legislation, 1985-1986
1857Liability Insurance, 1985
1858Malpractice, 1985-1986
1859Medical [Medicare], 1986
18510Medicare – Physicians’ Fees (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1986
18511Medicare – Physicians’ Fees (folder 2 of 2), 1986
18512Medicare – Physicians’ Fees [RESTRICTED], 1985-1986
18513Military Medical Malpractice, 1985
18514Military Medicine, 1985
18515Old People (Economic Issue of Health Care), 1985-1986
18516Social Security, 1986
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1861Statements by Rowland, 1984-1986
1862Statements by Rowland: Speeches, April 22, 1983 and June 4, 1985
1863Tax Reform, 1986
1864Toxic – Nuclear and Atomic, 1985-1986
1865Veterans Administration, November- December 1985
1866Veterans Administration, December 1985-1986
1867Veterans Administration [RESTRICTED], 1985-January 1986
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1871Biomedical Ethics(folder 1 of 2), 1983-1986
1872Biomedical Ethics (folder 2 of 2), 1983-1986
1873Biomedical Ethics: Nominees (for Biomedical Ethics Advisory Committee) (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], Summer 1986
1874Biomedical Ethics: Nominees (for Biomedical Ethics Advisory Committee) (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED], Summer 1986
1875Biomedical Ethics (folder 1 of 2), 1985-1986
1876Biomedical Ethics (folder 2 of 2), 1985-1986
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1881[Letters (Medicare)] (folder 1 of 2), 1986
1882[Letters (Medicare)] (folder 2 of 2), 1986
1883Long Term Care (folder 1 of 3), 1985-1986
1884Long Term Care (folder 2 of 3), 1985-1986
1885Long Term Care (folder 3 of 3), 1985-1986
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1891Uninsured (folder 1 of 6), 1984-1986
1892Uninsured (folder 2 of 6), 1984-1986
1893Uninsured (folder 3 of 6), 1984-1986
1894Uninsured (folder 4 of 6), 1984-1986
1895Uninsured (folder 5 of 6), 1984-1986
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1901Uninsured (folder 6 of 6), 1984-1986
1902Uninsured: Newspaper Clippings, 1985
1903Medicare/Medicaid (folder 1 of 5), 1985-1986
1904Medicare/Medicaid (folder 2 of 5), 1985-1986
1905Medicare/Medicaid (folder 3 of 5), 1985-1986
1906Medicare/Medicaid (folder 4 of 5), 1985-1986
1907Medicare/Medicaid (folder 5 of 5), 1985-1986
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1911AIDS I (folder 1 of 6), 1985-1986
1912AIDS I (folder 2 of 6), 1985-1986
1913AIDS I (folder 3 of 6), 1985-1986
1914AIDS I (folder 4 of 6), 1985-1986
1915AIDS I (folder 5 of 6), 1985-1986
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1921AIDS I (folder 6 of 6), 1985-1986
1922AIDS I: College Students, 1985-1986
1923AIDS I: Information, 1985, 1985
1924AIDS I, 1985, 1985
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1931AIDS II, 1985-1986 (folder 1 of 2) [book removed], 1985-1986
1932AIDS II, 1985-1986 (folder 2 of 3: Continued in 3rd folder), 1985-1986
1933AIDS II, 1985-1986 (folder 3 of 3: Continuation of folder 2), 1985-1986
1934Living Will, 1985-1986 (folder 1 of 4), 1985-1986
1935Living Will, 1985-1986 (folder 2 of 4), 1985-1986
1936Living Will, 1985-1986 (folder 3 of 4), 1985-1986
1937Living Will, 1985-1986 (folder 4 of 4), 1985-1986
1938Living Will, 1985-1986 (folder 1 of 3) [books removed], 1985-1986
1939Living Will, 1985-1986 (folder 2 of 3), 1985-1986
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1941Living Will, 1985-1986 (folder 3 of 3), 1985-1986
1942Living Will: Right to Die, 1985, 1985
1943Medicare 1985, Summer 1985, 1985, Summer 1985
1944Medicare 1985: Amendments and Reconciliation (folder 1 of 3), 1985
1945Medicare 1985: Amendments and Reconciliation (folder 2 of 3), 1985
1946Medicare 1985: Amendments and Reconciliation (folder 2 of 3), 1985
1947Medical Care Costs (folder 1 of 3), 1983-1986
1948Medical Care Costs (folder 2 of 3), 1983-1986
1949Medical Care Costs (folder 3 of 3), 1983-1986
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1951Superfund (folder 1 of 7), 1983-1985
1952Superfund (folder 2 of 7), 1983-1985
1953Superfund (folder 3 of 7), 1983-1985
1954Superfund (folder 4 of 7), 1983-1985
1955Superfund (folder 5 of 7), 1983-1985
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1961Superfund (folder 6 of 7), 1983-1985
1962Superfund (folder 7 of 7), 1983-1985
1963Superfund, 1985
1964Malpractice II (folder 1 of 2), 1985-1986
1965Malpractice II (folder 2 of 2), 1985-1986
1966Malpractice II: Bills, Congressional Records, Congressional Reports, 1985
1967Malpractice II: Newspaper/Magazine – Opinion or Editorial, 1985
1968Malpractice II: Reports: Opinions and Conclusions (folder 1 of 2), 1985
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1971Malpractice II: Reports – Opinions and Conclusions (folder 2 of 2), 1985
1972Malpractice II: Medical Liability, 1985
1973Malpractice II: Newspaper/Magazine – Fact, 1985
1974Malpractice II: Reports – Facts, Research, Recommendations (folder 1 of 2), 1984
1975Malpractice II: Reports – Facts, Research, Recommendations (folder 2 of 2), 1984
4. Joy Lee, 1989-1994
Extent: 31.0 boxes
Extent: (14.5 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Joy Lee joined Rowland’s staff in 1990 as the receptionist (served 101st to 102nd Congress), and in the 103rd Congress, she became the Legislative Correspondent and a legislative assistant.Her files are organized in three groups: Legislative Research File; Legislative Mail; and Cosponsor Bills, Letters Signed Onto, and Statements. Legislative Research Files cover Joy’s legislative topics of banking, ways and means, business, transportation, and education. These files also include information about planning for the Olympics held in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1996. Legislative Mail is filed in reverse chronological order. Her mail files include a few files of mail answered by Kathy Bryant Hennemuth, Karen Mogan, and Cynthia Purkiss. Joy’s mail files are substantial, because as Legislative Correspondent she handled mail for the legislative assistants during the 103rd Congress. Cosponsor Bills, Letters Signed Onto, and Statements extends from 1989 to 1994 and serves as a record of Rowland’s legislative contribution during this period. Select statements on legislative topics are also filed here. Additional statements or speeches can be found in Legislative Director Kathy Bryant Hennemuth’s files and Legislative Assistant Joy Lee’s files in this series and in Series IV. Press.
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1981Ken Martin- NARFE [National Association of Retired Federal Employees], 1991-1994
1982H.R. 3087- Aviation Liability, Judge Bowen, 1994
1983Georgia Department of Labor Proposed Reemployment Act, 1994
1984School Prayer Amendment to Goals 2000: [Educate America], 1994
1985Zell Miller’s Letter on Import/Export Center in Atlanta/ Olympics, 1994
1986Peanuts, 1993-1994
1987Legislation to Repeal Peanut Program [H.R. 3846 and Tom Murphy], 1994
1988Textiles under GATT [General Agreements on Tariff and Trade], 1994
1989Valdosta and Olympics, 1994
19810H.R. 3573, Dear Colleagues, 1993
19811GATT [General Agreements on Tariff and Trade] Briefing, 1993
19812Mike Espy Letters on WR, 1993
19813Commemoratives, 1993
19814H.R. 2695 (Joy), 1992
19815Executive Order on Recycling, 1993-1994
19816Vote to Note Form, undated
19817Administration Revenue Proposals (Bill’s AARP speech), 1994
19818Miscellaneous Notes, undated
19819Olympic Legislative Update (Joy), 1993
19820District Memos, 1992-1993
19821Albany Olympics, 1993
19822House Post Office Enclosures, 1993
19823Dean Mitchell (Joy) [Olympics], 1993
19824Wood Tariff, 1993
19825John Bryant’s Letter on Clear Cutting, 1994
19826Canola Oil (Joy), 1994
19827Farm Bureau News, 1994
19828Voting Record (missed votes), 1993
19829Education Town Meetings (video), Secretary Riley, 1994
19830List of Clinton Accomplishments and our votes, 1994
19831AF and PA [American Forest and Paper Association] News, 1993
19832Textiles under GATT [General Agreements on Tariff and Trade], 1993
19833Ban on Assault Weapons Legislation (Not Cosponsoring), 1993
19834Executive Order on Environment, 1993
19835Forestry Issues, 1994
19836EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] Pulp and Paper Regulations Briefing, 1994 January 19
19837GATT [General Agreements on Tariff and Trade] Administrative Briefing, 1993-1994 January 19
19838Olympic Appropriations Funding, 1992-1993
19839Dr. James Gay, 1992
19840Family and Children’s Services, 1993
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1991Tobacco under NAFTA [North American Free Trade Agreement], 1992-1993
1992Senior Citizen News Voting Records, 1993
1993Miscellaneous Olympics, 1993
1994Olympic Albany Letters, 1993
1995Carpet, undated
1996Mental Health, undated
1997Poultry Lab, 1992
1998Olympics Miscellaneous, 1993
1999Social Security under Clinton Plan, 1993
19910Zell Miller Press Release, 1993
19911Chamber Olympic Meeting (folder 1 of 2), 1993
19912Chamber Olympic Meeting (folder 2 of 2), 1993
19913Employer Briefing Georgia Department of Labor, 1993
19914Gender- Equity in College Sports, 1993
19915Request for Egypt to receive $10 million to Purchase Tobacco, 1992
19916Private Psychiatric Care in Texas, 1992
19917Summaries: Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families, 1992
19918Teens and AIDS, 1992
19919July 23rd Hearing on Family Values, 1992 July 23
19920Rowland Committee, 1992
19921April 28th Psychiatric Hospital Hearings, 1991-1992
19922Post- Health/ Education Meeting Stuff, 1991
19923Infant Mortality Picture [photograph removed], undated
19924New Connections [formerly Rowland Committee], 1992
19925Sex Education Briefing, 1992
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2001Drugs, 1992
2002Olympics, 1991-1993
2003Olympics Miscellaneous, 1991-1993
2004Olympic Caucus, 1991
2005Olympic News and Media, 1991-1992
2006H.R. 5771: 1996 Olympic Commemorative Coin Act, 1996
2007Olympics Volunteer Information, 1992
2008H.R. 3654 Correspondence, 1991
2009Sunbelt Caucus Census Data, 1993
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2011Welfare Reform – Meyer’s Proposal: Heritage Areas
2012Welfare Reform – Meyer’s Proposal: U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Reorganization
2013Welfare Reform – Meyer’s Proposal: Crop Insurance Reform
2014Welfare Reform – Meyer’s Proposal: Fall Line Freeway
2015Welfare Reform – Meyer’s Proposal: Georgia Central Railway – Don Connor
2016Welfare Reform – Meyer’s Proposal: Fall Line Freeway (Reichert)
2017Welfare Reform – Meyer’s Proposal: Albany Court House
2018Welfare Reform – Meyer’s Proposal: Treasury – Postal
2019Welfare Reform – Meyer’s Proposal: [Albany Courthouse]
20110Welfare Reform – Meyer’s Proposal
20111Welfare Reform
20112Mainstream Welfare Reform
20113Mainstream Welfare – Letters Con
20114Packaging Corporation of America (PCA)
20115H.R. 6
20116Equal Employmnet Opportunities Council (EEOC)
20117China – Most Favored Nation (MFN)
20118Olympics – Ticket Price
20119Child Pornography
20120[Transportation]
20121Rowland/Additionals
20122Peanuts
20123Peanut Whip Information
20124Peanuts – General Accounting Office (GAO) Report/ Hearing, March 10, 1993
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2021Whip for Peanuts!
2022Cosponsors of Armey’s Bill to Kill Peanut Programs
2023Forest Service and National Rifle Association (NRA)
2024Blair Sent Up
2025Black Lung
2026Forced Union Dues – Federal Employees
2027Minor Oil Seed Plantings – Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS) – Letter from Krysta
2028Farm Bureau Issues
2029Sunbelt Caucus Formula for Clean Water
20210Airport Extension
20211Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Chemical Manufacturer’s Association (CMA)
20212Water
20213Flood Insurance Reform
20214Rural Credit and Development Act
20215List of Forestry 2000
20216Sunbelt Caucus Funding for Wastewater Treatment
20217[Olympic Volunteers]
20218National Service
20219Rent Reform
20220Economic Development Authority
20221[General Aviation Revitalization Act]
20222Textile Caucus Year in Review
20223Goals 2000: After Passage
20224Textile Information
20225National Biological Survey
20226Farm Credit
20227Occupational Safety and Health Association (OSHA) Reform
20228Banking Information
20229National Gallery of Art
20230Friends of Animals
20231Quality Values
20232Heritage Areas Statement
20233Independent Bakers Association
20234Cathleen’s Association Legislative Agenda
20235Amtrak Authorization Hearing
20236Farm Bureau Priority Issues
20237Historic Preservation
20238Four-Land Highway Texas-Brunswick, Bainbridge-Brunswick, Route is Georgia
20239Apartment Association
20240School Nutrition
20241Rent Reform (Public Housing)
20242Olympic Coin Letter – Linder
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2031United States Sovereignty and WTO [World Trade Organization] under GATT [General Agreements on Tariff and Trade] from Michael Kantor, 1994
2032Peanut Letter on GATT (folder 1 of 2), 1994
2033Peanut Letter on GATT (folder 2 of 2), 1994
2034Mike Espy letter on Peanuts and GATT, 1994
2035Peanut Provisions of GATT, Letter from Mike Espy, 1994
2036GATT and Johnson and Johnson, 1994
2037Letter on Peanuts Imports, 1993
2038Wood and Paper under GATT, 1993
2039GATT- Energy and Commerce Committee Information, 1994
20310Letter to Michael Kantor on Textiles under GATT, 1994
20311Georgia Economic Profile, 1993
20312National Cotton Council on GATT, 1994
20313USDA Memo on Peanuts / NAFTA [North America Free Trade Association], 1993
20314Peanut Letter to President on GATT- Canadian Peanut Butter Imports, 1994
20315ITC [International Trade Commission] Peanut Hearing Letter, 1994
20316Peanut Dear Colleagues, 1994
20317GATT, 1994
20318GATT information- Uruguay Round, 1994
20319GATT information on Commerce, 1994
20320GATT and Georgia (Benefits), 1994
20321GATT/ Georgia, 1994
20322GATT info from Treasury, 1994
20323Ramspecked!, 1994
20324Letter to Clinton on Canadian Lumber Subsidies, 1994
20325ASCS [Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service] Office Closings, 1993-1994
20326Statements: L. Magarian, E. McCarthy, and J. Martin and others, 1994 May
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2041Hearing Testimony for Product Liability Hearing, May 3, 1994
2042Peanuts, Program Crops, Legislative Issues, 1993
2043GATT Briefing for Forestry 2000 Task Force, 1993
2044Forestry 2000: Chlorine [free paper], 1993
2045Forestry 2000: Task Force and Population Extract, 1993
2046Forestry 2000: Mr. Rowland, 1992- 1993
2047Forestry 2000: Task Force [folder 1 of 4], 1993
2048Forestry 2000: Task Force [folder 2 of 4], 1993
2049Forestry 2000: Task Force [folder 3 of 4], 1993
20410Forestry 2000: Task Force [folder 4 of 4], 1990-1993
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2051Legislative Mail, October 3, 1994
2052Legislative Mail, September 23-28, 1994
2053Legislative Mail, September 12-August 19, 1994
2054Legislative Mail, September 8-12, 1994
2055Legislative Mail, September 8-July 20, 1994
2056Legislative Mail, August 15, 1994
2057Legislative Mail, August 9-July 11, 1994
2058Legislative Mail, August 1, 1994
2059Legislative Mail, July 27, 1994
20510Legislative Mail, July 26, 1994
20511Legislative Mail, July 7, 1994
20512Legislative Mail, June 28-July 6, 1994
20513Legislative Mail, June 23 – 27, 1994
20514Legislative Mail, June 21-23, 1994
20515Legislative Mail, June 14-15, 1994
20516Legislative Mail, June 8, 1994
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2061Legislative Mail, June 6-May 9, 1994
2062Legislative Mail, May 25-26, 1994
2063Legislative Mail, May 3, 1994
2064Legislative Mail, May 3-April 19, 1994
2065Legislative Mail, April 20-28, 1994
2066Legislative Mail, April 26, 1994
2067Legislative Mail, April 18-21, 1994
2068Legislative Mail, April 13, 1994
2069Legislative Mail, April 11-12, 1994
20610Legislative Mail, April 7, 1994
20611Legislative Mail, March 30-31, 1994
20612Legislative Mail, March 28-29, 1994
20613Roger Byrd, 1994 March 28
20614Legislative Mail, March 17-30, 1994
20615Legislative Mail, March 14-17, 1994
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2071Legislative Mail, March 7-10, 1994
2072Legislative Mail, February 28, 1994
2073Legislative Mail, January 21-February 9, 1994
2074[Mail] (1 of 2), January 14-19, 1994
2075[Mail] (2 of 2), January 14-19, 1994
2076[Mail] (folder 1 of 2), January 3-12, 1994
2077[Mail] (folder 2 of 2), January 3-12, 1994
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2081[Mail] (folder 1 of 2), December 2-21, 1993
2082[Mail] (folder 2 of 2), December 2-21, 1993
2083[Mail] (folder 1 of 2), November 1-24, 1993
2084[Mail] (folder 2 of 2), November 1-24, 1993
2085[Mail] (folder 1 of 2), October 27-November 8, 1993
2086[Mail] (folder 2 of 2), October 27-November 8, 1993
2087[Mail] (folder 1 of 2), October 5-26, 1993
2088[Mail] (folder 2 of 2), October 5-26, 1993
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2091Legislative Mail, October 1993
2092[Mail] (folder 1 of 2), September 20-October 22, 1993
2093[Mail] (folder 2 of 2), September 20-October 22, 1993
2094[Mail], August 1993
2095[Mail], September 16-27, 1993
2096[Mail], September 1993
2097[Mail], August 1993
2098[Mail], August 1993
2099[Mail], August 24-26, 1993
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2101Legislative Mail, August 11-16, 1993
2102Legislative Mail, August 11-13, 1993
2103Legislative Mail, August 5-10, 1993
2104Legislative Mail, August 2-9, 1993
2105Legislative Mail, August 3-July 28, 1993
2106Legislative Mail, August 2-July 30, 1993
2107Legislative Mail, June 23-July 26, 1993
2108Legislative Mail, July 21, 1993
2109Legislative Mail, July 12, 1993
21010Legislative Mail, June 30-July 6, 1993
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2111Legislative Mail, July 1-14, 1993
2112Legislative Mail-Constituent Mail, June 23- 30, 1993
2113Legislative Mail, June 28-29, 1993
2114Legislative Mail, June 23-29, 1993
2115Legislative Mail, June 29, 1993
2116Legislative Mail, June 25-28, 1993
2117Legislative Mail, June 18-27, 1993
2118Constituent Mail- Legislative Mail, June 18-22, 1993
2119Legislative Mail, June 16-17, 1993
21110Legislative Mail, June 14-17, 1993
21111Legislative Mail, June 15-16, 1993
21112Legislative Mail, June 15-May 27, 1993
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2121Legislative Mail (1 of 2), June 4-11, 1993
2122Legislative Mail (2 of 2), June 4-11, 1993
2123Legislative Mail, June 10, 1993
2124Legislative Mail-Constituent Mail, June 3-4, 1993
2125Legislative Mail-Constituent Mail, June 1-2, 1993
2126Legislative Mail-Constituent Mail, May 10-26, 1993
2127Legislative Mail, May 4-26, 1993
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2131Legislative Mail, May 20-25, 1993
2132Legislative Mail, May 19-21, 1993
2133Legislative Mail, May 18, 1993
2134Legislative Mail, May 17, 1993
2135Legislative Mail, May 13, 1993
2136Legislative Mail, May 5-12, 1993
2137Legislative Mail, May 10-11, 1993
2138Legislative Mail, May 6, 1993
2139Legislative Mail, May 3-7, 1993
21310Legislative Mail, April 22-May 5, 1993
21311Legislative Mail, April 23-27, 1993
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2141Legislative Mail, April 21-26, 1993
2142Legislative Mail, April 22-23, 1993
2143Legislative Mail, April 22, 1993
2144Legislative Mail, April 19-20, 1993
2145Legislative Mail, April 15, 1993
2146Legislative Mail, April 13-14, 1993
2147Legislative Mail, April 12, 1993
2148Legislative Mail, April 6-9, 1993
2149Legislative Mail, April 1-6, 1993
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2151Legislative Mail, April 1, 1993
2152Legislative Mail, February 10-March 31, 1993
2153AIDS, 1993
2154Motor Voter H.R. 2, 1993
2155Committee on District of Columbia, 1993
2156Senior Citizens, 1993
2157Select Committees, 1993
2158Women’s Rights, 1993
2159Education, 1993
21510Prayer in Schools, 1993
21511Social Security, 1993
21512Terms Limitations, 1993
21513Smoking, 1993
21514General Correspondence, 1993
21515Estate Exempt Tax, 1993
21516Crime, 1993
21517Moral Legislation, 1993
21518Health Care Reform, 1993
21519Balanced Budget Amendment, undated
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2161Homosexuals in Military, 1993
2162Prescription Drug Cost Containment, 1993
2163Freedom of Choice Act, 1993
2164Pork, undated
2165CRS [Congressional Records Service] Social Security Briefing, 1993
2166Environment, 1993
2167Miscellaneous, 1993
2168J. Roy Rowland’s Phone Calls, 1993
2169Budget, 1993
21610Haitian Refugees, 1993
21611Agriculture, 1993
21612Judiciary, 1993
21613State Issues, 1993
21614[Mail], November 1992
21615[Joy’s Mail] (folder 1 of 2), May- July 1992
21616[Joy’s Mail] (folder 2 of 2), May- July 1992
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2171[Mail], [May-July 1992]
2172[Cyndi’s Purkiss’ Mail], July 1992
2173Cyndi’s [Purkiss’] Mail, July 1992
2174Form Letters, July 1992
2175Form Letters, June 1992
2176[Freedom of Choice Act – Signatures], June 9, 1992?
2177[Mortgage Refinancing Reform Act, H.R. 5170], June 1992
2178[Joy’s Mail] (folder 1 of 2), [May-June 1992]
2179[Joy’s Mail] (folder 2 of 2), [May-June 1992]
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2181Mail to File, March-May 1992
2182Letters for KBH [Kathy Bryant Hennemuth], March-April 1992
2183[Karen’s Mail], October-November 1991
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2191Cosponsored HJ Res. 210: November as National Diabetes Month, 1989
2192Cosponsored HJ Res. 327: National Minority Health Awareness Week, 1989
2193Cosponsored HJ Res. 381: National 4-H Awareness Week, 1989
2194Cosponsored HJ Res. 3387: Pecan Promotion and Research Act, 1989
2195Cosponsored HJ Res. 401: Designating October 1989 as “Country Music Month”, 1989
2196Cosponsored H.R. 3687: National Fire Forces Mobilization Act, 1989
2197Cosponsored HJ Res. 142: Geography Awareness Week, 1989
2198Cosponsored HJ Res. 286: October as National Spina Bifida Month, 1989
2199Cosponsored H.R. 3382: Rural Revitalization Act, 1989
21910Cosponsored HJ Res. 209: National Down Syndrome Month, 1989
21911Cosponsored H.R. 1028: Mount Rushmore National Memorial Society, 1989
21912Cosponsored HJ Res. 169: Catastrophic Health Care Resolution to Hold Hearings, 1987
21913Cosponsored H.R. 1710: Health Birth Act, 1989
21914Letter supporting Dr. Jim Bob Brame as Administrator of Health Care Financing Administration, 1989
21915Aflatoxin Research: Rural Development, Agriculture, and related Appropriations Bill, 1989
21916University of Georgia Biocontainment Research Center, 1989
21917Letter pertaining to H.R. 680 and H.R. 1583, undated
21918Cosponsored H.R. 1074: COLAS [Cost-of-Living-Adjustments], 1989
21919Cosponsored HJ Res. 164: Mental Illness Awareness Week, 1988
21920Cosponsored H.R. 1054: Allowing Malpractice Claims against United States by members of the Armed Forces, undated
21921Cosponsored HJ Res. 3464: Budget Simplification and Reform Act, 1989
21922Cosponsored H.R. 3204: State Offices of Rural Health Act, 1989
21923Cosponsored H.R. 2502: Energy and Commerce Atomic Energy Act, 1989
21924Cosponsored H.R. 1083: Make a grant to Stetson University for a library, undated
21925Letter in support of Matthew Connolly, Jr. as Vice President of Council for North American Wetlands Conservation, 1990
21926Letter to support HIV and AIDS status enclosure on ADA [Americans with Disabilities Act], 1990
21927Letter to EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] to support Georgia Board of National Resources to determine and establish water quality standards for Georgia, 1990
21928Letter to Senator Wyche Fowler responding [to] budget summit and need to support Medicare, 1990
21929Committee Chairs letter to Chair of Budget Committee responding to Medicare, 1990
21930Letter from state senator [Charles Hatcher] responding to adjustment of 1990 Census, 1990
21931Letter to remove Social Security Trust Fund from the budget, 1990
21932Letter scheduling hearing by the EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] responding to underground storage tank systems, 1989
21933Letter to Senator Wyche Fowler responding to crop insurance for Appropriations Bill in fiscal year, 1991
21934Letter to support the Klearview Center for Independent Living in Albany, GA, 1990
21935Rowland: Leadership/Presidential Support, 1990
21936National Former POW [Prisoner of War] Recognition Day, 1989
21937Reconstitution: Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families, 1988
21938SIDB [Small Issue Industrial Development Bond], 1989
21939Anti-Drug Abuse Act, 1988
21940Letter to Secretary of State James Baker responding to foreign intent to dismantle B.A.T. Industries, 1989
21941Dear Colleagues, 1989
21942Letter to Jamie Whitten responding to Support for the McIntire-Stennis Cooperative, 1989
21943Testimony on National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality, 1989
21944Georgia Childhood Autism Diagnosis and Educational Foundation, 1989
21945Fiscal Year 1990 funding for WIC [Women, Infants, and Children], 1990
21946Letter to Sidney R. Yates responding to Support for the National Wildlife Refuge Revenue, 1989
21947Letter to President Bush responding to COLAS [Cost of Living Adjustments], 1989
21948Letter to Glenn English responding to Rural Economic Development, 1989
21949Letter to Robert Hawke, M.P. responding to Tobacco Importation, 1989
21950Letter to Jamie Whitten responding to Agricultural Appropriations Bill, 1989
21951Letter to Maxey D. Love, Jr. responding to the Rural Revitalization Act, 1989
21952Letter to William Lehman responding to Amtrack, 1989
21953Letter to Appropriations Committee to request the House recede to the Senate for funding Federal Crop Insurance Program, 1991
21954Letter to Secretary of United States Department of Agriculture Federal Milk Marketing Order, 1990
21955Letter to Doctor Ronald Roskins to support the United States agency for International Development of Agriculture Projects and CRSP [Collaborative Relief Support Programs], 1990
21956Letter to Ways and Means Committee: alternative to budget reconciliation package, 1990
21957Letter to Agriculture Committee asking for protection on name for “Vidalia Onions”, 1990
21958Letter to Department of Agriculture request for disaster funds caused by drought, 1990
21959Letter to Arthritis Foundation paying tribute for work (Clifford Clarke), 1990
21960Letter to President requesting federal assistance for damages caused by heavy rains, 1990
21961Letter to Rural Development, Agriculture Committee supporting Cooperative Forestry Research Program, 1990
21962Letter to Energy and Commerce Committee: Clean Air Act Amendments, 1990
21963Statement: Balanced Budget Amendment (Rowland), 1990
21964Statement: “Light the Way Home Day” (Rowland), 1990
21965Statement: Quality Care for Veterans (Rowland), 1990
21966Statement: H.R. 1056: Environment restoration problems on federal facilities, undated
21967Statement: Clean Air Acts Amendments (Rowland), 1990
21968Statement: land acquired for Bond Swamp National Wildlife Refuge (Rowland), 1990
21969Statement: permission to demolish 32 mobile homes in Douglass, GA (Rowland), 1990
21970Statement: funding for AIDS research budget for veterans healthcare (Rowland), 1990
21971Statement: several programs to help homeless veterans (Rowland), 1990
21972Statement: Fiscal Year 1991 budget for the Department of Veterans Affairs (Rowland), 1990
21973Statement: H.R. 1638: The Wayport Development Act (Rowland), 1990
21974Statement: H.R. 4941: Disability Benefits for Atomic Veterans (Rowland), undated
21975Statement: establishing a Blue Ribbon Commission (Veteran’s Affairs), 1990
21976Letter to National Cancer Institute asking that CCCWFU [Comprehensive Cancer Center of Wake Forest University] remain research base, 1991
21977Letter to the House Appropriations Committee requesting funding for the BCRC [Biocontainment Research Center] at the University of Georgia, 1991
21978Statement: Veteran’s Benefits Program Improvement Act (Rowland), 1991
21979Statement in response to Panetta/ Gradison Amendment (Rowland), 1991
21980Statement: Long Term Care Insurance Plan from IRA [Individual Retirement Accounts]Funds, 1991
21981Statement: Unified American Front (Rowland), 1991
21982Statement: “Infant Mortality Awareness Day,” (Rowland), May 12, 1991
21983H.R. 2407: Farm Animal and Research Facilities Protection Act, 1991
21984H.R. 154: transfer of an existing United States memorial to enlisted serving in World War I to the Department of Veterans Affairs, 1991
21985H.R. 232: amend Title 38- Veterans Programs for housing and memorial affairs, 1991
21986H.R. 3: Veteran’s Compensation Amendments, 1991
21987H.R. 742: Increasing Life Insurance provided to Armed Forces to $75, 000, 1991
21988H.R. 926: Exempt distributions to members of the reserves while on active duty, 1991
21989H.R. 860: Social Securities Act- require coverage of hospice care under Medicaid plans, 1991
21990H.R. 967 “Older Americans’ Freedom to Work Act of 1991”, 1991
21991H.R. 20: “Federal Employees’ Political Activities Act of 1991”, 1991
21992H.R. 576: Restore 3-year basis recovery rule w/ respect to annuities, 1991
21993H.R. 835: “Farm and Woodland Owners Tax Simplification Act of 1991”, 1991
21994H.R. 123: “Language of Government Act of 1991”, 1991
21995H.R. 1205: “Long Term Care Insurance Care for the Elderly Act of 1991”, 1991
21996H.R. 1457: “Medicaid State Share Protection Amendment of 1991”, 1991
21997H.R. 1171: “State Thrift Deposit Insurance Premium Act of 1991”, 1991
21998H.R. 1318: “Plastic Recycling Assistance Act of 1991”, 1991
21999H.R. 1392: “Medicaid Child Health Amendments of 1991”, 1991
219100H.R. 1414: “Amending the Internal Revenue Code (real estate activities)”, 1991
219101H.R. 500: “Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Coin Act”, 1991
219102H.R. 1454: “”Horn of Africa Recovery and Food Security Act of 1991”, 1991
219103HJ Res. 171: “National Crime Victim’s Rights Week”, 1991
219104H.R. 33: “Drug Testing Quality Act”, 1991
219105H.R. 2194: “Federal Facilities Compliance Act of 1991”, 1991
219106H.R. 2164: “Expedited Consideration of Proposed Recissions Act of 1991”, 1991
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2201H.R. 749: Accept donation of land for addition to Ocmulgee National Monument, 1991
2202H.R. 1882: “National Commemorative Events Advisory Act”, 1991
2203H.R. 1624: establishment of memorial to honor World War II members of Armed Forces, 1991
2204H.R. 1623: “World War II 50th Anniversary Commemorative Coin Act”, 1991
2205H.R. 598: “Department of Veteran’s Affairs Physicians’ and Dentists’ Compensation and Labor Relations Act”, 1991
2206H.R. 555: “Soldiers and Sailors Civil Relief Act Amendment”, 1991
2207H.R. 556: “Agent Orange Act”, 1991
2208H.R. 180: Amend Title 38- Veteran’s education and employment programs, 1991
2209H.R. 714: “Biomedical and Behavioral Facilities Construction Act of 1990”, 1991
22010H.R. 1882: “National Commemorative Events Advisory Act”, 1991
22011H.R. 1653: “Agricultural Extended Retirement Credit Act”, 1991
22012H.R. 908: “Persian Gulf War Veterans Benefits Act”, 1991
22013H.R. 2229: “Rural Access to Obstetrical Care Act”, 1991
22014H.R. 2231: “Primary Care Training Amendments”, 1991
22015H.R. 2233: permit rural health medical education demonstrations to be conducted by a consortium
22016H.R. 2239: “Federally Assisted Health Clinics Legal Protection Act of 1991”, 1991
22017H.R. 2240: “Rural Hospital Medicare Certification Due Process Act”, 1991
22018Letter requesting support to allow American families to adopt Romanian children, 1990
22019Proposed bill in response to hearings on the Virginia Home Loan Guarantee Program, 1990
22020H.J. Res. 533: Flight Attendant Professionals Day, 1990
22021Delegation letter to Subcommittee on Labor, Health, and Human Services; re: Biomedical Research Center at MCGA [Medical College of Georgia], 1990
22022Letter from Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development; re: Construction of Biomedical Research Center at MCGA, 1990
22023Delegation letter to Subcommittee on Rural Development in support of Biocontainment Research at UGA [University of Georgia], 1990
22024Joint letter to the Chairman of Budget Committee; re: Medicare Commitment, 1990
22025Letter to the Secretary of Education; re: support for the National Science Foundation, 1990
22026Census Concerns to the Department of Economic Affairs; re: Adjustments of Statistical Deficiencies, 1990
22027Letter to support Korean War Remembrance Day, 1990
22028Letter re: Rules relating to the clinical laboratory improvements of 1988
22029Multi Delegation letter to budget summit member to urge support to cut deficit without cutting Medicare, 1990
22030Letter from Chairman of Budget Summit re: cuts to Medicare, 1990
22031Letter to Leon Panetta re: cuts to the budget and Medicare during budget negotiations, 1990
22032Multi delegation letter re: Capital Gains Tax, 1990
22033Delegation letter to EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] re: Clean Air Prohibition to Phosphogypsum, 1990
22034Boll Weevil Eradication Program; Letter to Committee on Appropriations, 1990
22035Health Care Financing/ Delegation Letter, 1990
22036Delegation letter to WIC [Women, Infants, and Children] re: Appropriations for special supplemental food program for fiscal year 1991, 1991
22037Forestry 2000 Task Force letter to Subcommittee on Rural Development, 1990
22038H.R. 1638: Wayport Development Act, 1989
22039H.R. 2414: re: Waving restrictions on the operations of farm vehicles per commercial motor vehicles, 1989
22040H.J. Res. 268: Balanced Budget, 1989
22041H.R. 20: to establish Select Committee on Hunger, 1989
22042H.J. Res. 184: re: “Baltic Freedom Day”, 1989
22043H. Res. 169: “Review of Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act of 1988”
22044H.R. 2269: re: Tax credits for using clean-burning fuels, 1989
22045H.J. Res. 132: National Children’s Day, 1989
22046H.R. 2209: re: Soybeans, 1989
22047H.R. 634: re: Internal Revenue Code, 1986, 1989
22048H.J. Res. 68: National Stroke Awareness Month, 1989
22049H.R. 1931: “Childless Veterans Assistance Act of 1989”, 1989
22050H.R. 1710: “Healthy Birth Act of 1989”, 1989
22051H.R. 2038: reversionary interest in land in Clay County, 1989
22052H.R. 1586: requires study on Medicare reimbursement for ambulance services, 1989
22053H.R. 1589: amendments to title VII of the Social Security Act
22054H.R. 1587: "Rural Emergency Medical Services Improvement Act of 1989", 1989
22055H.R. 1584: "Maternal Child Health Improvement Act of 1989", 1989
22056H.R. 1583: "Rural Hospital Recovery Act", 1989
22057H.R. 1588: deductions for education loan interest, 1989
22058H.R. 63: "Fairness in America Health Act of 1989", 1989
22059H.R. 901: "Veterans' Health Care Programs Amendments, 1989
22060H.R. 933: "Truth in Social Security Accounting Act of 1989", 1989
22061H.R. 777: "Fastener Quality Assurance Act of 1989", 1989
22062H.R. 33: Amendment to the PHS [Public Health Service] Act, 1989
22063H. Con Res. 83: re: Geographic variations in Physician Reimbursement under Medicare, 1989
22064H.Con Res. 156: extension of authority to issue tax exempt small issue bonds, 1989
22065H.J.Res. 174: "Decade of the Brain”, 1989
22066H.R. 283: Int'1 minimum age for combat, 1989
22067H.R. 3387: Pecan Industry, 1989
22068H.R. 3252: Establishing Margaret Walker Alexander National African-American Research Center, 1989
22069H.J. Res. 401: Designating October 1989 as Country Music Month, 1989
22070H.J. Res. 392: “Italian American Heritage Month”, October 1989
22071H.J. Res. 405: October is "National HIV and AIDS Awareness Month”, 1989
22072H.R. 3464: Amending Congressional Act of 1974 to reform Federal Budget Process, 1989
22073H.R. 3735: Amends Solid Waste Disposal Act, 1990-1993
22074H.R. 3800: Expedited Consideration of proposed Rescissions Act of 1990, 1990
22075H.R. 4369: D.C. Death Penalty, 1992
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2211H.R. 3030: Amendment to the Clean Air Act, 1989
2212Letter in support of 1992 Olympic Commemorative Coin Act, 1992
2213H. Con. Res. 129: Employers Resume Normal Business Travel, 1991
2214H.J. Res. 109: "Emergency Medical Services Week", 1991
2215H.J. Res. 102 “National Historically Black Colleges Week", 1991
2216H.J. Res. 87: "National Former POW [Prisoner of War] Recognition Week", 1991
2217H.J. Res. 104: "Education Day USA", 1991
2218H.J. Res. 188: "Augustus F. Hawkins National Recycling Month", 1991
2219H.J. Res. 57: "National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day", 1991
22110H.J. Res. 103: "National Tourism Week", 1991
22111H.J. Res. 156: "Mental Illness Awareness Week”, 1991
22112H.R. 2237: "Rural Mental Health Incentives Act of 1991", 1991
22113H.R. 2234: "Rural Medical Emergencies Air Transport Act”, 1991
22114H. Con. Res. 146: Departments of VA [Veteran’s Affairs] and HHS [Health and Human Services] expand shared services, 1991
22115H.R. 2230: Incentives for physicians to practice in rural areas, 1991
22116H.R. 2236: Establish of rural health leadership education programs, 1991
22117H.R. 1237: to clarify FLSA [Fair Labor Standards Act] of 1938, 1991
22118H.J. Res. 248: Balanced Budget Amendment, 1991
22119H.J. Res. 170: "National Walk for Health and Fitness Month", 1991
22120Letter to Gail Wilensky about Medicare Geographic Classification Review Board, 1991
22121H.J. Res. 194: Infant Mortality Awareness Day, 1991
22122H.R. 3737: Imposing Tax on Virgin Materials (establishing trust fund for recycling and solid waste management), 1989
22123H.J. Res. 429: "National Drunk Driving Awareness Week", 1989
22124H.R. 3630: ADAMH (Mental Health and Substance Abuse), 1989
22125H.R. 3491: Requiring the Secretary of Health and Human Services to submit to the long term care insurance policies, 1989
22126H.J. Res. 35: Designating November 5-11, 1989 as Women Veterans Week, 1989
22127H.R. 3480: National Association of Women Veterans, Incorporated, 1989
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2221HR 1083- Bill to extend civil service retirement benefits to insa, customs
2222HR 3935- Medicaid Hospice Amendment of 1990, 1990
2223HR 4238- Vaccine and Immunization Amendments of 1990, 1990
2224HR 4294- Family Choice and Child Care Improvement Act of 1990, 1990
2225HR 4475- Medicare regulation relief amendments of 1990 with letter to colleagues, 1990
2226HR 4481- Rural Hospital Equity Payment Act of 1990, 1990
2227HR 4482- State Offices of Rural Health Act of 1990, 1990
2228HR 4485- Medicare Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists Payment Amendments, 1990
2229HR 4487- National Health Care Service Corps Revitalization Amendments of 1990, 1990
22210HR 4496- Textile, Apparel, and Footwear Act of 1990, 1990
22211HR 4506- Revision of List of Contagious Diseases, 1990
22212HR 4557- Dept of VA Health Professionals Compensation and Labor Relations Act of 1990, 1990
22213HR 4657- Reserve and Guard Acknowledgement of Active Duty Injury for Open-Air Nuclear Testing during 1950s to early 1960s, 1990 April 26
22214HR 4790- Breast and Cervical Cancer Mortality Prevention Act of 1990, 1990
22215HR 4810- Emergency Food and Drug Enforcement Act of 1990, 1990
22216HR 4941- lengthen time to discover leukemia in service vets, 1990 May 24
22217HR 5002- Housing and Memorial Amendments of 1990, 1990
22218HR 5121- Account Closing Act of 1990, 1990
22219HR 5340- Fair Labor Standards Act of 1990, 1990
22220HR 5453- Office of Airline Passenger Advocacy, 1990 August 2
22221HJ Res 497- Sheriffs' Week, 1990
22222HJ Res 246- Long Term Health Care providers through Medicare and Medicaid
22223HR 592- Jobs, Growth, and Competitiveness Tax Act of 1990, 1990
22224HJ Res 673- Designate November 2, 1990 as a national day of prayer for members of American Military Forces stationed or hostage in the Middle East, 1990
22225Renaming H 235 in the Capitol "The Lindy Claiborne Bogg's Congressional Women's Reading Room", 1990
22226HR 2406- "Hospital Antitrust Fairness Act"
22227HJ Res 566- Nov 19, 1990 "Nat'l Military Families Recognition Day", 1990
22228HR 3800- Line Item Veto Alternative to amend the 1974 Budget Act, 1990 May 29
22229HR 4955- Biomedical and Behavioral Facilities Construction Act of 1990, 1990
22230HR 373- Resolution to block plan to deplete Egypt debt, 1990
22231HR 2460- The Older Americans Freedom to Work Act, 1990
22232HJ Res 639- Designating Oct 17, 1990 as "Drug Free Schools and Communities Education and Awareness Day", 1990
22233HR 3955- National Fire Forces Mobilization Act of 1990, 1990
22234HR 5619- authorizes Sec of Interior to accept land donation (Ocmulgee National Monument), 1990
22235HR 5632- promote recycling, 1990
22236HR 5731- to increase amount of petroleum products (strategic petroleum reserve), 1990
22237HR 2213- Idaho Wilderness Act, 1990
22238HR 2761- US Organizations Commemorative Coin Act, 1990
22239HR 4222- Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention Act of 1990, 1990
22240HR 5323- State Thrift Insurance Premium., 1990
22241S 2556- Radiation Exposed Vets Compensation Act of 1990, 1990
22242HJ Res 473- Greek Independence Day, 1990
22243HJ Res 337- flag protection, 1990
22244HJ Res 35- National Women Veterans Recognition week, 1990
22245HJ Res 559- flag burning amendment, 1990
22246HJ Res 565- National Invent Week, 1990
22247HJ Res 519- National Sarcoidosis Week, 1990
22248HJ Res 350- Flag Protection Resolution, 1990
22249Letter to White House Liaison re: HJ Res 546- infant mortality, 1990
22250Request for support for HR 437- Korean War veterans, 1990
22251HR 930- Title X reauthorization list of co-sponsors
22252HR 2807-Letter to request support for the WWII war memorial for Washington D.C., 1990
22253HR 3037- The Veterans' PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) Treatment and Psychological Readjustment Act of 1989, 1989 July 27
22254Letter to support HR 3652- small business rehab relief act of 1989, 1989
22255HR 3732- Letter to support IRS passive activity rules
22256HR 3800- letter to support modification of pres. rescission powers.
22257HR 3961- Letter to urge support to rename federal building in Alabama for past Judge Vance
22258HR 4785-(AIDS Prevention Act) Letter re: Amend to Keep Flexibility with States. Opposition of Amendment, 1990
22259Letter to support HJ Res 436: Federal Employee Recognition Week of 1990, 1990
22260Letter to support HJ Res 267 to prevent Capitol building desertion
22261HR 570- National Breast Cancer Awareness Letter
22262Letter urging support for HR Res 5053 RE: The Korean War Veterans' Memorial 38th Anniversary Commemorative Coin Act, 1988
22263National Prevent a Litter Month
22264Letter to Support National Mental Health Week
22265Letter in support of COLA [Cost of Living Adjustments] for Federal Employees for Fy 1991, 1990
22266Letter from Congressional Textile Caucus re: Textile Agreement negotiations and MFA (Multi-Fiber Arrangement) Agreement, 1990
22267HR 186 RE: House Sense regarding the flag of the United States
22268HJ Res 221- World War II Remembrance Week, 1989
22269HJ Res 274- "National Scleroderma Week"
22270HJ Res 369- "Year of Clean Water" and "Clean Water Month"
22271HR 2273- ADA [Americans with Disabilities Act]
22272HR 3000- Conformity of Fasteners in accordance with standardized methods, 1989
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2231Letter from HHS regarding CLIA 24 hour supervision regulation, October 1992
2232Floor Statement on Fetal Tissue, May 28, 1992
2233Census Date Fair Share Act – H.R. 5478 Sunbelt Caucus, July 1992
2234Confederate Grave Speech, undated
2235Floor Statement on Owens amendment to Agriculture Appropriations to eliminate grants to tobacco farmers to promote tobacco overseas, 1992
2236Sunbelt Caucus letter of support for STD program funding, 1992
2237HCFA letter on Survey, Certificate & Enforcement of Skilled Nursing Facilities, 1992
2238Voting Record for Committee on Education Funding, 1992
2239H.R. 6134 Endangered Species Act, October 1992
22310H.R. 2164 Enhanced Rescission Bill, October 1992
22311H.R. 6021 Bill to designate the Augusta V.A. as the “Doug Barnard”, September 1992
22312H.R. 6000 to designate Springer Mtn as “Ed Jenkins National Area”, September 1992
22313Letter asking for new seat to be established for Georgia Peanut, June 1992
22314Energy Bill, 1992 May
22315H.R. 5318 Most Favored Nation Status for China vote – condition, July 1992
22316Medical Devices problem with importation of latex gloves Jim Hammock, July 1992
22317Member Thank-you notes for votes and support, July 1992
22318Dear Colleague regarding brochure on STDs, June 1992
22319Rowland’s Voting Record for the 102nd Congress – Missed Votes, 1992
22320Accomplishments of the 102nd Congress 2nd session, July 1992
22321EPA emissions Standards Deadline Extension Request, 1992
22322Letter from President on Balanced Budget Amendment, June 1992
22323FDA Extended Labeling Deadline, June 1992
22324Sunbelt Caucus – Increased funding for STDs, June 1992
22325House Depot/Plant Caucus, undated
22326H.R. 1573 Educational Equity Act CoSponsored/Signed Letter, June 1992
22327Super Conducting Super Collider, June 1992
22328Letter to Traxler Funding for Homeless Vets, June 1992
22329Letter to Moakley on Neighborhood School Improvement Act H.R. 4323, June 1992
22330Statement on H.R. 5487 Agriculture Appropriations for Tobacco Growers, June 30, 1992
22331Balanced Budget Amendment Dear Colleague after the measure failed, June 29,1992
22332Letter to Natcher requesting $$$ for health interests in GA, May 1992
22333Letter requesting $14 million for NINDS for research grants, June 1992
22334Golden Key Club – Phoebe Outney, June 19, 1992
22335GAO letter requesting investigation of OSAP $$$ going to lobby, 1992
22336Accomplishments of 2nd session of the 102nd Congress, 1992
22337Disaster Relief Supplemental Appropriations, June 1992
22338S. 250 National Motor Voter Registration, June 1992
22339CoSponsor H.R. 4599 Driver’s License Protection Act, June 1992
22340Bluefin Tuna letter to President (from Wyche Fowler), 1992
22341Balanced Budget – motion to instruct conferences to include amendment, May 1992
22342Rescissions Vote, May 7, 1992
22343LA Money – vote on Disaster Relief passed 244-162, May 14, 1992
22344AMA defends Nathan Davis Award Votes back tobacco interests, February 11, 1992
22345Department of Defense Reauthorization Votes, June 1992
22346Letter to Alexander regarding $$$ due to census data, June 1992
22347Letter to Alexander regarding the use of 1980 census, June 1992
22348Stenholm Letter to Gephardt Balanced Budget Amendment, May 1992
22349Letter to Speaker requesting vote on Balanced Budget amendment, May 1992
22350Balanced Budget Floor Statement, June 10, 1992
22351Letter to Natcher concerning OSHA as it relates to dentistry, June 1992
22352Letter to Darman-unemployment statistics in Georgia delegation, June 1992
22353H.R. 5234 Rural Telecommunication Cosponsored rural health delivery, 1992
22354National Textile Center University Research Consortium letter, June 1992
22355Animal Medicinal Drug Use Clarif. Stenholm’s H.R. 5297 Veterinarian, 1992
22356Letter on F-15 Sale to President, 1992
22357H.R. 5602 Consent of Congress to the Interstate Rail Passenger Network Compact, July 1992
22358Letter to Sec. Baker – re: Release of funds to Nicaragua, August 6, 1992
22359House Bank, March 1992
22360H.R. 4210 Democratic Substitute to the Tax Bill – (opposed), March 1992
22361H.R. 3732 – would eliminate firewalls from 1990 Budget Agr, March 1992
22362Foreign Aid Votes, March 1992
22363Budget Cutting Votes, April 1992
22364Budget, March 1991
22365Rescission vote, May 7, 1992
22366Statement from member’s day hearing on balanced budget amendment, May 12, 1992
22367Voting record rating from CQ, ADA, AFL-CIO, U.S. Chamber, March 1992
22368Statement on Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Serv., May 1992
22369Statement for funding for Ocmulgee River Corridor, May 1991
22370Discharge Petition Signed, May 1992
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2241Unemployment Statistics Correct letter to OMB – delegation letter, May 1992
2242Legal Services Reauthorization, 1992
2243Letter to Jamie Whitten request for funds for Poultry Lab in Douglas, Georgia, 1992
2244Letter to Whitten request for Pecan Lab in Byron, May 1992
2245Letter to Speaker on Rescission Votes – Request for up/down vote, April 1992
2246Floor Statement – Medical School Loan Deferment, March 26, 1992
2247Floor Statement – GAG Rule, April 30, 1992
2248Floor Statement Infant Mortality, May 1, 1992
2249Letter to Whitten on Biomedical Research Center at UGA - $$$ req., May 1992
22410HCFA letter on new UCDS will affect Peer Review, April 1992
22411Letter to Rostenkowski on with holding veterans benefits under the Energy Bill – H.R.776, May 1992
22412May 28 Congressional Record ADAMHA and NIH (Fetal Tissue), May 1992
22413H.R.5223 5 year Reauthorization of Rural Health Care Transition Grant Cosponsored May 27 – Stenholm Allows hospitals to apply grants, 1992
22414Vote on The Boat User Fee – H.R.2056 Shipbuilders, May 1992
22415Waxman response to memo on constituents need on health care reform, March 1992
22416Sex Survey Statements from Simone regard Rowland, April 1992
22417H.R. 4250 to enable Amtrack to make progress in National System, August 1992
22418Egypt buying tobacco, June 1992
22419Defense Authorization Bill for ’93 H.R.5006, June 1992
22420Statement Subcommittee on the Hearing on Small Market, May 14, 1992
22421Statement on Energy Bill, March 30, 1992
22422Community Revitalization Tax Act – H.R.1566 signed on as cosponsor, April 16, 1992
22423H.R.1771 Poll Worker Tax Exemption, 1992
22424Letter to Jamie Whitten Forestry Task Force (CFRP) Support $$$$, June 1992
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2251H.R. 960: Reforestation Tax Act, 1993
2252H.R. 1490: Endangered Species, 1993
2253H.R. 1330: Federal Water Pollution Control, 1993
2254Golden Poultry Labeling deadlines for meat, 1993
2255Dear Colleague on C-17, 1993
2256Letter from EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] on vehicle inspection and maintenance programs, 1993
2257TSSAM [Tri-Service Standoff Attack Missile] Letter, 1993
2258Southern Pine Beetle, 1993
2259Letter to President on Recycling and Chlorine Free, 1993
22510Line Item Veto H.R. 1578, 1993
22511Appropriations Request for Fiscal Year 1994, 1994
22512Rural Health Care Coalition Letters, 1992
22513Ramstad Resolution Congressional Estate Tax Repeal Earnings Limit for Seniors Age 65-69, 1992
22514Letter to President on economy – deficit, 1993
22515Letter to President on census figures for Georgia, 1993
22516Rural Health Care Coalition letter to Donna Shalala, 1993
22517Balanced Budget Amendment, 1992
22518H.R. 2995: Paperwork Reduction Act, 1993
22519H.R. 2121 Procedures for resolving claims involving unfiled, negotiated Transportation Rates, 1993
22520Letter from Michael Kantor on Zero for Zero Uruguay Round, 1993
22521H.R. 2121: Negotiated Rates Act, 1993
22522Health Reform Letter to Bill Clinton, 1993
22523Michael Kantor letter to Sonny Callahan on Uruguay Round, 1993
22524Letter to Mike Espy on the labeling of meat products (Delegation Letter), 1993
22525H.R. 767: Solid Waste Disposal Relief, 1993
22526H.R. 3087 Establish Time Limits on Civil Action against Aircraft Manufacturers, 1993
22527Letters to Ronald Dellums and Dave McCurdy on funding for Robins and Moody Air Force Bases, 1993
22528Bob Clement Amendment to Transportation- FAA [Federal Aviation Administration] letters of intent, 1993
22529H.R. 3313 Veteran’s Care for Women Agent Orange, 1993
22530Lloyd Bentsen Letter on RTC [Resolution Trust Corporation], 1993
22531Native Americans Vet Memorial, 1993
22532H.J. Res. 247: National Drunk and Drugged Driving Prevention Month, 1993
22533H.J. Res. 111 National Biomedical Research Day, 1993
22534MLK, Jr. Historic Site, 1993
22535Amendment to restore funds to the National Highway Program, 1993
22536H.R. 2995: Paperwork Reduction Act for Federal Agencies (folder 1 of 2), 1993
22537H.R. 2995: Paperwork Reduction Act for Federal Agencies (folder 2 of 2), 1993
22538H.R. 2171: Raise Cap of Small User to $25 million, 1993
22539FCC Cable Letter to James Quello, 1993
22540Legislation Cosponsored by J. Roy Rowland, 1993
22541Letter to President Clinton on health care reform, 1993
22542Georgia Delegation letter on DOD [Department of Defense] authorization bill, 1993
22543Letter in support of funding TSSAM [Tri-Service Standoff Attack Missile], 1993
22544Safe Drinking Water Act
22545Macon Coliseum / Vienna Sewer letter from Neal Smith, 1993
22546H.R. 2739 Oberstar substitute to child restraint amendment to Aviation Infrastructure Act, 1993
22547Memo on Michael Kantor Meeting, October 21, 1993
22548Comprehensive Wetlands Conservation and Management Act, 1993
22549Food Safety Dear Colleague, 1993
22550H.J. Res. 137 FERC [Federal Energy Regulation Commission] Regulations-Gas, 1993
22551D.A.R.E. [Drug Abuse Resistance Education] Day, September 9, 1993
22552Boeing 737 letter to Clinton, 1993
22553National Awareness Week for Life-Saving Techniques, 1993
22554H.J. Res. 196 National Youth Sports Program Day (NYSPD), 1993
22555H.R. 2012 "Red" Skelton bronze medal, 1993
22556Macon- Appropriations- Storm Sewer Maintenance joint Bishop letter/ letter to Louis Stokes, 1993
22557H. Res. 165: expressing sense of the House regarding the protection to be accorded the US Copyright- based industries under the Uruguay Round, 1993
22558Letter to Dave McCurdy on Milcon funding for Moody Air Force Base Composite Wing implementation, 1993
22559H.R. 2535: Health Care for Persian Gulf Veterans, 1993
22560Letter to General Gordon Dowery Medical Construction Project at RAFB [Robins Air Force Base], 1993
22561H.R. 2659: Programs Related to Transportation of Organs and Bone Marrow, 1993
22562H.R. 1697: Women in Military Service Memorial Coin Act, 1993
22563H.R. 945: Comprehensive Recycling Act, 1993
22564H.J. Res. 245 requires 3/5 Majorities for Bills increasing taxes, 1993
22565FCC [Federal Communications Commission] letter on expansion of the long distance market to local exchange companies, 1993
22566Carol Browner Thanks for Participation Letter, 1993, 1993
22567Carol Browner- I/M [inspection Maintenance] program contained in the Clean Air Act
22568Shriner's Hospitals under Health Care Reform Dear Colleague, 1993
22569H.R. 1296: to provide surveillance research and services aimed at prevention of birth defects, 1993
22570Paperwork Reduction Act, 1993
22571Discharge Petition, 1993
22572H.R. 2121: Negotiated Rates Act of 1993/ Letter to Norman Mineta, 1993
22573H.R. 140: Condit Federal Mandates, 1993
22574H.R. 1627: Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, Rodenticide Act; Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act Amendment, 1993
22575Replacement of Sidney Lanier Bridge under Truman-Hobbs, 1993
22576Legislative Profiles- 103rd Congress, 1993
22577Vegetable and Animal Oils- Hazardous, 1993
22578Beef Caucus, 1993
22579H.R. 1: Family and Medical Leave Act, 1993
22580National Awareness Week for Life-Saving Technologies, 1993
22581H.J. Res. 78: Emergency Medical Services Week, 1993
22582Petroleum Marketing Practices Act, 1993
22583FY [Fiscal Year] 1994 Agricultural Appropriations Bill, 1993
22584Campaign Finance Reform Bill, 1993
22585Correction of 1990 Census, 1993
22586Deceased Social Security Beneficiary Checks, 1993
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2261H.R. 1640: Universal Childhood Immunization, 1993
2262H.J. Res. 103: Balanced Budget, 1993
2263H.R. 269: Reductions in Financial Industry documentation, 1993
2264H.R. 2202: Grants to Preventative Health, 1993
2265Health Care, 1993
2266Infant Mortality Reduction, 1993
2267Energy and Water Appropriations, 1993
2268Budget, 1993
2269H.R. 786 Gross Income tax exclusion of Veterans' benefits, 1993
22610H.R. 1423 Veterinarian Extra Label Use, 1993
22611Healthcare Financial Management Assistant Breakfast, 1993
22612Appropriations Requests, 1993
22613Aviation industry liability, 1993
22614Bob Carr Letter on MARTA funding request, 1993
22615H.R. 1890: MFN [Most Favored Nation] Trade Status for China
22616Olympic Appropriations letter, 1993
22617Budget Enforcement, May 27, 1993
22618Shalala Autism letter, 1993
22619City of Macon's Sewer System, 1993
22620Letter to Les Aspin depot support of new weapons system BROWDER, 1993
22621Extension of Mortgage Revenue Bond Program, 1993
22622CDF [Conservative Democratic Forum] Entitlement Caps letter to speaker, 1993
22623H.J. Res. 80: 50th Anniversary of WWII, 1993
22624Extension of Remarks on China – Presidents’ Anniversary - Taiwan
22625HR 99: VA [Veterans Affairs] Funding, 1993
22626H.R. 2043: Veterans' Health Programs, 1993
22627H.R. 962: Paperwork Reduction Act, 1993
22628H.R. 501: Assessment of Deposit Insurance Premiums on Foreign Deposits (George Darden),, 1993
22629Reforestation Tax Act of 1993 (Ron Wyden), 1993
22630H.R. 1919: High Speed Rail Development Act, 1993
22631H.R. 1490: Endangered Species (Tauzin), 1993
22632Response on Freight Undercharge Controversy, 1993
22633Letter to Jesse Brown on National Income Center from Georgia to Alabama Linder (Delegation), 1993
22634National Service Trust Fund, 1993
22635Biocontainment Research Center at UGA [University of Georgia] and Appropriations, 1993
22636Petroleum Marketing Practices Act (Ron Wyden), 1993
22637H.J. Res. 108: Public Employees Recognition Week, 1993
22638Long Term Care Bill Sponsored by J. Roy Rowland, 1993
22639Health Care Task Force letter to Leon Panetta, willingness to assist, 1993
22640H.R. 1277: “Tax Fairness to Families Act”- increase the dependent deduction for children to $3,500, 1992
22641Letter to James Holsinger on VA [Veterans Affairs] Construction Projects, 1993
22642Letter to Solomon Ortiz on field hearings on medical facility n south Texas, 1993
22643H. Con. Res. 6: Ramstad/ against lowering estate tax exemption rate, 1993
22644H.J. Res. 84: National Agriculture Day, 1993
22645H.R. 967: Minor Crop Pesticides Act, 1993
22646Vegetable Oil not classified as a hazardous substance, 1993
22647Letter to EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] about Agricultural Seasonal Workers, 1993
22648H.R. 1999: Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Workers, 1993
22649H.R. 162: Fred Grandy – Extend deduction for health insurance costs for self employed, 1993
22650Adams Fruit Decision Workers Compensation for migrant workers, 1993
22651Letter to William Natcher on cuts for schools, 1993
22652H.R. 245: Illegal Immigration, 1993
22653Letter to Ron Brown on 1990 Census results. Mosbacher decision, 1993
22654H.R. 1090: Floridian Passenger Rail Service Reestablishment Act, 1993
22655H.R. 1423 Animal Medicinal Drug Use Clarification Act-Stenholm, 1993
22656H.R. 1520: Petroleum Market Act, 1993
22657WW II Commemorative Coin Act, 1993
22658Letter to Al Gore-Space Station Freedom/George Brown Letter, 1993
22659Delegation letter Pratt and Whitney Facility in Columbus-Collins, 1993
22660H. Con. Res. 14: Forklift Safety Training, 1993
22661Lipinski-Geren Resolution: Withdraw code sharing and lease agreements from British Airways, 1993
22662Forestry 2000 Task Force Letter to Clinton on conference on Timber Issues, 1993
22663Title 10-Parental Notification, 1993
22664One Dollar Coin Act of 1993
22665H.R. 1295: Evaluation of Federal impact on States, 1993
22666H.J. Res. 148: Mental Illness Awareness Month. Wyden, October 1993
22667Shirley Watkins Assistant Secretary of Food and Consumer Services USDA [United States Department of Agriculture], 1993
22668H.J. Res. 27: Constitutional Amendment for Prayer in Schools (Bill Emerson), 1992-1993
22669H.R. 1013: Rescission Bill (Stenholm), 1993
22670H. Res. 95: Funding for the VA (Veterans' Affairs)Committee, 1993
22671H.R. 634: Last Month Social Security for the deceased, 1993
22672H.R. 1032: VA Employment Discrimination Act, 1993
22673Rural Health Care Coalition letters, 1993
22674H. Res. 95: Expenses for Investigations by VA Committee, 1993
22675Les Aspin Letters on RIF [Reduction in Force] at Robins Air Force Base, 1993
22676H.R. 20: Hatch Act Reform, 1993
22677Sexual Harassment at VA(Veterans Affairs). Sonny Montgomery, 1993
22678H.R. 862 Long Term Care. Withdraw funds from IRA to purchase long term care insurance without tax penalty, 1993
22679Rescission Bill by Charles Stenholm, 1993
22680H.R. 786: Montgomery Bill to clarify the exclusion from gross income for veterans’ benefits, 1993
22681H. J. Res. 103: Balanced Budget Amendment, 1993
22682H.R. 798: Disability compensation for veterans with service-connected disabilities (codify rates), 1993
22683HR 787-1990 adjusted Census data used for official data in decemial census. Moran, 1993
22684H.R. 300: Eliminate Earnings test for individuals who have attained retirement age, 1993
22685Older Americans Act, 1993
22686H.R. 82: Tax Deductions for Education Loans. Bunning, 1993
22687H.R. 417: Private Enforcement of Federal Security Laws (Tauzin), 1993
22688Letter to Rostenkowski)Taxation of certain veterans’ benefits, 1993
22689Letter to CBO (Congressional Budget Office) on Reform of Entitlement Eligibility Criteria for VA health services from Veterans' Committee, 1993
22690H.R. 778 Tax exempt status for telephone cooperatives, 1993
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2271Keep Healthcare on Budget, 1994
2272Social Security-Balanced Budget Amendment, 1993
2273H.R. 1056 Civil Service Retirement off Budget, 1993
2274Federal Workforce Reduction Exempt VHA [Veterans Health Association] H.R. 3808 Montgomery, 1994
2275H. Con. Res. 122, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, 1994
2276Peanut Letter to Clinton, 1994
2277Delta: Letter on UK [United Kingdom] Air Service, 1994
2278Columbus: National Highway System $880,000, 1994
2279Funding for Background Check System as Established by Brady Bill, 1994
22710United States/ German Bilateral Negotiations: Airline Industry, 1993
22711Mainstream Welfare Letter to President, 1993
22712Dear Colleague, 1993
22713Welfare Reform Letter to President, 1994
22714Welfare Reform Letter to Clinton, Mainstream Forum (Deal, Darden, Johnson, and Rowland), 1994
22715Letter to Japanese Foreign Trade Minister at Wyden’s Request, 1994
22716Child Pornography, 1994
22717Letter to [Michael] Kantor on NAFTA [North American Free Trade Association], October 5, 1993
22718Balanced Budget and Social Security, 1993
22719Bill Clinton’s Letter on NAFTA, 1993
22720Christian Heritage Week, 1993
22721Letter from [Michael] Kantor on NAFTA, July 20, 1993
22722Summary of Energy and Commerce’s Immunization Proposal, 1993
22723Peptic Ulcer Information, 1993
22724Backyard Composting, 1993
22725Letter to [Norman] Mineta on H.R. 2121: Negotiated Rates, 1993
22726Dear Colleague: Forestry 2000 Displeased with Clinton Plan, undated
22727Letter to [John] Murtha and [Joseph] McDade on the Transfer of the 116th Fighter Wing, 1993
22728Rowland’s Legislative Profile: 103rd through September 30, 1993, September 30, 1993
22729H.R. 2995: Paperwork Reduction Act, 1993
22730Henry Gonzalez’s RTC [Resolution Trust Corporation] Funding Vote, 1993
22731Questions to Carol Browner on Food Quality Protection Act, H.R. 1627, 1993
22732Cardiss Collins letter on Hearings for Product Liability, H.R. 1910, 1993
22733Zero Fund the Interstate Commerce Commission, 1993
22734Letter from Susan P. Langford: Atlanta-Olympics, 1994
22735Rural Caucus Letter on Clean Water, 1994
22736H.R. 123: English 1st [the Language of Government Act], 1993
22737Wood and Paper under GATT [General Agreements on Tariff and Trade], 1993
22738Executive Order on Chlorine Free Products, 1993
22739Contact Lenses: Distribution from Wholesalers- Mail order Letter to FTC [Federal Trade Commission], 1993
22740Textile Letter to [Michael] Kantor on GATT [General Agreements on Tariff and Trade], 1993
22741Letter to [Phil] Sharp on HJ Res. 137: Federal Energy Regulation Commission should refrain from further processing restructuring proceedings, 1993
22742Meat and Poultry Inspection Fees, 1994
22743Fish and Wildlife designation of Atlanta Airport, 1994
22744H.R. 561: Federal Regulations resulting in the taking of Private Properties, 1993
22745H.R. 4412: Differentiate between Fats, Oils, and Greases of Animal, Marine, or Vegetable Origin, 1994
22746Private Property Rights, 1994
22747Money for Intermodal Transportation Center, 1994
22748Sidney Lanier Bridge under ISTEA [Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act], Delegation Letter, 1994
22749David Hess (D’Oench- Duhme Doctrine Reform), 1994
22750H.R. 3766: Preventing the Metric Conversion of the United States Highway Signs, 1994
22751HJ Res. 239: Classical Music Month, 1993
22752Delegation Letter on Appalachian Scenic Parkway-Deal, 1994
22753Letter to EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] on Air/Water Cluster Rulemaking, 1994
22754Letter to [President] Clinton and [Norman] Mineta on Study on Chlorine, 1994
22755H.R. 830: Regulatory Flexibility Amendments, 1993
22756Executive Order on Recycling, 1993
22757H.R. 3023: Military Retirees COLAS (Moran-Treats Military Retirees the same as Federal Retirees), 1994
22758Letter to [Richard] Gephardt on EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] Cabinet/ Risk Assessment (Hayes), 1994
22759H.R. 3246: Postal Retirees Hired Back on Temporary Basis, 1994
22760Letter to Clinton on UK [United Kingdom] Airways Negotiations, 1994
22761H.R. 436: “Tax Fairness for Families Act”, 1993
22762Mental Illness Awareness, 1994
22763Textile Caucus Letter to [Michael] Kantor on Market Access, 1994
22764Letter on Minor Oilseeds Planted on Land under the 0-92/50-92 Program, 1994
22765Greek Independence Day, 1994
22766Postal Logo, 1994
22767Letter to Chair of the FERC [Federal Energy Regulatory Commission] on Nuclear Decommissioning Reserve Fund- H.R. 2012, 1993-1994
22768Letter to Secretary Bentsen on Oglethorpe Power Corporation, 1993
22769Joint STARS letter to [Ronald] Dellums and [Floyd] Spence, 1994
22770National Cancer Institute- Con Downsizing, 1993
22771Letter to Clinton on Agriculture as related to GATT [General Agreements on Tariff and Trade]/ don’t reduce agriculture programs, 1994
22772United States Department of Transportation letter on Federal motor vehicle safety standards on “Glazing Materials”, 1994
22773Youth-At-Risk Program in Tifton, 1994
22774Delta Airlines and Virgin Atlantic Air United States- London Market, 1994
22775Atlanta Airport designated as Export Assistance Centers, 1994
22776Product Liability Dear Colleagues, 1994
22777Fall Line Freeway, 1994
22778Middle Georgia Regional Airport in Macon- Airport Improvement Act, 1994
22779EEOC [Equal Employment Opportunity Commission] Memo, 1994
22780CRA [Community Reinvestment Act] letter to Treasury Response, 1994
22781[Billy] Tauzin- Private Property Owners Bill, 1994
22782Albany Courthouse, 1994
22783Funding for Forest Service/ Letter to Sid Yates, 1994
22784USAir – British Airways letter to Federico Peña, 1994
22785IMPACT AID letter to Neal Smith Chairman Labor, HHS [Health and Human Services] and Education Appropriations, 1994
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2281Boll Weevil Eratification Program letter on funding, 1994
2282Rural Water letter to Louis Stokes, 1994
2283Increase in Water Management Programs, 1994
2284Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service- $ from Richard Durbin/ Appropriations, 1994
2285MARTA [Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority] Appropriations, 1994
2286Letter to Louis Stokes on funding for Rural Water from Rural Caucus- Appropriations, Virginia, HUD, and Independent Agencies, 1994
2287H.R. 2873: Natural Disaster Protection Act, 1994
2288ACOG [Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games] Brochure, undated
2289H.R. 3948: Clean Water Act (Water Quality Act) Sunbelt Caucus Formula, 1994
22810H.R. 1985: Fairness in Broadcasting (Rowland OPPOSED to), 1993
22811H.R. 3191 Flood Insurance Reform, 1994
22812Letter to Les Aspin on Interservicing (Robins AFB), 1994
22813List for (Ways & Means) Forestry 2000 Task Force Suggestions, undated
22814Rowland- (Michael) Bilirakis Dear Colleague on Community Health Centers, 1993
22815School Prayer, undated
22816Buses for the Olympics, 1993
22817Dear Colleague on Product Liability, 1993
22818Biocontainment Research Center in Athens/ UGA [University of Georgia], 1994
22819Healthcare Reform on Budget, 1994
22820H.R. 3246: Allow Postal Service to hire retirees for temporary personnel needs in rural areas, 1994
22821Japan- United States Tiber Talks under GATT [General Agreements on Tariff and Trade], 1994
22822Albany Courthouse (2), 1994
22823Intermodal Transportation Terminal funding letter to Nick Rahall, 1994
22824Letter to Mike Espy on Stored Product Insects Research and Development in Savannah, 1994
22825Rufus Johnson, 1994
22826State Road Connector 61 in State of Georgia, 1994
22827Commemorative Stamps for Paraolympics
22828Delaying EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] Farmworker Standards, 1994
22829Bill to Resurrect Firewalls to Separate Defense and Domestic Spending, 1994
22830Savannah/ Brunswick Harbors, 1994
22831Request Department of Labor’s Current Population Survey as Direct Use States want Georgia as Direct Use State, 1994
22832Intermodal Terminal in Atlanta, 1994
22833Take Civil Service off Budget, 1994
22834Downsizing Depots through Competition, 1994
22835Southeastern Fruit and Nut Lab in Byron, Letter for Appropriations, 1994
22836Child Pornography, 1994
22837Letter on DOD [Department of Defense] Federal Buyouts, 1994
22838Letter to William Natcher on funding for Virginia, 1994
22839Letter for Pork Producers on Selenium Supplementation in Animal Feeds, 1994
22840Ocmulgee National Monument Testimony on Heritage Areas, 1994
22841H.R. 3490: Cooperative Extension Programs- Retirement, 1994
22842Questions to EPA [Environmental Protection Agency] on food safety issues, 1993
22843Condit: Private Property Protection Act, 1993
22844Designation for the Atlanta Airport Fish and Wildlife Port, 1994
22845Letter to Frederico Peña on hours of service rules for Agriculture Supplies (Greg Laughlin), 1994
22846Banking Letter on the Flood, 1994
22847Letter on OSHA [Occupational Safety and Health Administration] Regulating Smoking in the Workplace, 1994
22848Letter to George Mitchell regarding Budget Process Reform, 1994
22849Claude Harris, Jr. Building Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1994
22850H.R. 326: Tax Exclusion for Employers that provide Legal Services, 1994
22851Invitation to Mike Espy, 1994
22852H.R. 6: Improving America’s Education Act, 1994
22853Letter to Richard Durbin on Coastal Plain Experiment Station- Asking for Funding, 1994
22854Book from American Forest and Paper Association, 1994
22855MARTA [Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority] Bus, 1994
22856Sunbelt letter on Southern Oxidants Study to EPA (Carol Browner), 1993
22857Letter to Les Aspin on Persian Gulf Veterans, 1993
22858National Hospice Month, 1993
22859PERC [Propane Education and Research Council] Legislation, 1993
22860Letter to Hazel O’Leary on Nuclear Waste Policy Act, 1993
22861Paperwork Reduction Summary, 1993
22862ERINT [Extended Range Interceptor]missile letter to Secretary William Perry, 1994
22863Legislation Referred to Hospitals and Health Care, 1993
22864Legislation Referred to Health and Environment, 1993
5. Karen Mogan, 1985-1992
Extent: 17 boxes (8.25 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Karen Mogan joined Rowland’s staff as a staff assistant in 1987 (100th Congress) and later became a legislative assistant, although the point of transition in job titles and definition of roles is unclear in her files, with the exception of her Georgia project files. She left Rowland’s staff in 1992 (102nd Congress). Her staff assistant files, which are Georgia project files, are filed in Series III. Constituent Services.Karen’s files are organized into two groups: Legislative Research Files and Legislative Mail. Legislative Research Files are organized by committee: Energy and Commerce, 1988-1992, and Public Works and Transportation, 1985-1989. The Energy and Commerce files document Rowland’s early participation on this committee through his work on the subcommittees of Commerce, Consumer Protection, and Competitiveness, on Energy and Power, and on Transportation of Hazardous Materials. Topics include the environment, energy, and product safety and regulation. The Public Works and Transportation files contain a subsection relating to the Investigation and Oversight Subcommittee, 1987-1988, and include information about transportation, infrastructure, and the environment. Karen’s legislative research files are particularly strong in aviation, the environment, and energy. Legislative Mail contains letters to Rowland from constituents and Rowland’s responses. Topics primarily address issues and legislation relating to public works, transportation, the environment, and energy.
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2291Environmental Protection Agency- Issued regulations/rulings, 1989-1990
2292H.R. 2700: Product Liability – Energy and Commerce, 1989
2293Energy and Commerce – Correspondence from Chairman (folder 1 of 2), 1989
2294Energy and Commerce – Correspondence from Chairman (folder 2 of 2), 1989
2295Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), 1989
2296Ethanol Tax Exemption, 1989
2297National Air Monitoring Network, 1989
2298Clean Coal Technology, 1989, 1990
2299Department of Energy – Civilian Radioactive Waste Management, 1989
22910Department of Energy Labs, 1990
22911H.R. 908: Federal Energy Regulatory Commission terms change – Markup, Energy and Commerce, 1989
22912Corporate positions on environmental concerns, 1989
22913H.R. 1457: Waste Regulation Act – Energy and Commerce – Transportation of Hazardous Materials Subcommittee, 1989
22914Financial Services – Energy and Commerce, undated
22915Ozone Hole, 1989
22916[Energy and Commerce – Legislation] (folder 1 of 3), 1988-1989
22917[Energy and Commerce – Legislation] (folder 2 of 3), 1988-1989
22918[Energy and Commerce – Legislation] (folder 3 of 3), 1988-1989
22919H.R. 1530: Indoor Air Quality, 1989-1990
22920National Independent Energy Producers, 1989
22921Medigap – Recon. from Kathy, 1989
22922Monitored Retrievable Storage Reviews Commission (nuclear waste management), February 22, 1989
22923Project 88, 1989
22924Poll Closing Times/Election Reforms [empty], undated
22925Anti-Smoking, 1989
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2301[Committee on Energy and Commerce], 1989
2302Superconducting Super Collider, 1989-1990
2303Energy and Commerce – J. Rowland cosponsor, 1989
2304[Environment], 1987-1989
2305H.R. 2104: Renewable Energy Trade Equity and Promotion Act of 1989 – Wyden, Schneider, Fazio, Glickman, Akaka, 1989
2306Nuclear Regulatory Commission Authorization Act Fiscal Year 1990-1991, 1989
2307Energy and Power – Nuclear Power, 1990
2308Energy and Power – fuel costs including proposed legislation remedies, 1990
2309[Nuclear Energy – Public Opinion], 1989
23010Nuclear Power, 1989
23011Nuclear Plant Standardization, 1989
23012Energy and Power Subcommittee – National Gas Deregulation, 1989
23013H.R. 540 – Markey- Anti-bypass legislature for natural gas distribution, 1989
23014Alternative Fuels, 1990
23015H.R. 1549: Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 1989
23016Department of Energy – Savannah River, 1989
23017Interstate Greyhound Racing – Gene Synder instructions, January 22, 1990
23018Commerce Subcommittee – Boxing Bill, April 27, 1989
23019H.R. 830 / Senate 421: Petroleum Marketing Practices Act of 1978 amendment, 1990
23020Standard on Bolts, 1989
23021Product Liability, 1989
23022Amtrak Reauthorization – H.R. 2364, 1989
23023[Consumer Product Safety Commission Reauthorization], 1988-1989
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2311Consumer Product Safety Commission Reauthorization, 1989
2312Commerce Subcommittee – Hearing: Medicare Supplemental Insurance, April 6, 1989
2313Commerce – Medigap Distribution after Catastrophic Medicare, 1989
2314[Engelhard/ Minorco] (folder 1 of 3), 1988-1989
2315[Engelhard/ Minorco] (folder 2 of 3), 1988-1989
2316[Engelhard/ Minorco] (folder 3 of 3), 1988-1989
2317H.R. 3520: Highway Transportation – Luken – Energy and Commerce AND Public Works and Transportation, 1990
2318Transportation (Energy and Commerce) H.R. 1208: Railroad Drug Abuse Prevention Act, 1989
2319H.R. 1208: Railroad Drug Abuse Prevention Act – Subcommittee Transportation, May 10, 1989
23110Environmental Protection Agency – Hazardous Substance Research Centers Program, 1989
23111House Concurrent Resolution 220: Exempt Railroad Benefits from Sequestration – Energy and Commerce – Transportation, 1989
23112Energy and Commerce – Transportation Subcommittee: Municipal Recycling Hearing, January 17, 1990
23113H.R. 2417: Pipeline Hazardous Waste Anti-Dumping Act – Congressman Inhofe, 1989
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2321[Environmental Protection Agency – Solid Waste Management], 1989-1991
2322Resource Conservation and Recovery Act – Subcommittee Oversight and Investigation (Energy and Commerce), April 27, 1989
2323Environmental Protection Agency Contracts – Oversight and Investigation Hearing (folder 1 of 4), 1992
2324Environmental Protection Agency Contracts – Oversight and Investigation Hearing (folder 2 of 4), 1992
2325Environmental Protection Agency Contracts – Oversight and Investigation Hearing (folder 3 of 4), 1992
2326Environmental Protection Agency Contracts – Oversight and Investigation Hearing (folder 4 of 4), 1992
2327Communications – Cable, Regional Bell Operation Companies (RBOCs), American Newspaper Publishers Association medley, 1991-1992
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2331Environmental Protection Agency Rulings (folder 1 of 4), 1991
2332Environmental Protection Agency Rulings (folder 2 of 4), 1991
2333Environmental Protection Agency Rulings (folder 3 of 4), 1991
2334Environmental Protection Agency Rulings (folder 4 of 4), 1991
2335Global Climate Change and Greenhouse Emissions – Health and Environment subcommittee – Hearing (folder 1 of 2), February 21, 1991
2336Global Climate Change and Greenhouse Emissions – Health and Environment subcommittee – Hearing (folder 2 of 2), February 21, 1991
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2341Cable and Bells (folder 1 of 4), 1992
2342Cable and Bells (folder 2 of 4), 1992
2343Cable and Bells (folder 3 of 4), 1992
2344Cable and Bells (folder 4 of 4), 1992
2345Cable and Bells: Low Power Television – Cable – Slattery Amendment, 1992
2346Cable and Bells: Southern Bell – Warren Ragsdale, 1992
2347Cable – floor: Cable, 1992
2348Cable – floor, 1992
2349J. Roy Rowland – Reports, 1991
23410Letters to President – J. Roy Rowland signs, 1991
23411Global Warming (folder 1 of 2), 1989-1990
23412Global Warming (folder 2 of 2), 1989-1990
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2351Solid Waste Disposal Act Amendment (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act reauthorization) – Rowland Cosponsors – Luken – H.R. 3735 (folder 1 of 2), 1989
2352Solid Waste Disposal Act Amendment (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act reauthorization) – Rowland Cosponsors – Luken – H.R. 3735 (folder 2 of 2), 1989
2353Subcommittee on Transportation of Hazardous Materials – Luken – Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Reauthorization 1989 (folder 1 of 5), 1989-1990
2354Subcommittee on Transportation of Hazardous Materials – Luken – Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Reauthorization 1989 (folder 2 of 5), 1989-1990
2355Subcommittee on Transportation of Hazardous Materials – Luken – Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Reauthorization 1989 (folder 3 of 5), 1989-1990
2356Subcommittee on Transportation of Hazardous Materials – Luken – Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Reauthorization 1989 (folder 4 of 5), 1989-1990
2357Subcommittee on Transportation of Hazardous Materials – Luken – Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Reauthorization 1989 (folder 5 of 5), 1989-1990
2358Subcommitee on Transportation and Hazardous Materials-Luken- Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Reauthorization. H.R. 3735: Resource Conservation and Recovery Act – Recycle Amendment, 1990
2359[Waste Issues], 1987-1991
23510Solid Waste/Hazardous Waste, 1989-1990
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2361[Waste Issues], 1988-1989
2362Waste Issues, 1988
2363H.R. 776 [Energy Bill] (folder 1 of 2), 1992
2364H.R. 776 [Energy Bill] (folder 2 of 2), 1992
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2371Department of Transportation, Summer 1989
2372Environmental Protection Agency, 1985-1986, Summer 1988
2373Superfund, 1988-1989
2374Appropriations on Transportation, 1989
2375Satanic Cults, 1988-1989
2376Bills Cosponsor, 1989
2377American Passenger Transportation Association, 1989-1990
2378Flying Tigers, 1988
2379Public Works on Transportation mail, 1987
23710Cosponsor Transportation bills, 1988
23711H.R. 372 – McEwen removes Airports and Airways Trust Fund from budget, 1987
23712Houser Resolution 3051 – Loss of driver’s license with drug conviction, 1989
23713Max Lockwood – US 441 Corridor Z, 1988
23714Minimum Allocation: 20% transfer and 85% offset – Georgia Department of Transportation, Hall Rivers, Bill Taylor, 1988-1989
23715Airline Performance – Department of Transportation Monthly Report, November 1987
23716Massport – Landing fees issue, 1988
23717Airline/Flight Delays, 1987
23718Rehire Controllers, 1988
23719Aviation – Consumer Legislation, 1987-1988
23720Aviation – Dear Colleagues [HR 3299: Budget Reconciliation Bill], 1989
23721Eastern [Airlines], 1989
23722Eastern [Airlines] – Lewis efforts, 1989
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2381[Aviation] [video removed], 1987-1988
2382Aviation Subcommittee, 1987
2383Aviation, 1987
2384Aviation – Human Factors, 1987-1988
2385Airport Security, 1987-1988
2386Smoking on Airlines, 1987-1989
2387H.R. 4844: Drug Legislation – Public Works and Transportation – Aviation, 1988
2388[Airline Deregulation], 1987
2389[Pilot Examiner Certification Standards] (folder 1 of 2), 1987-1988
23810[Pilot Examiner Certification Standards] (folder 2 of 2), 1987-1988
23811Superfund (folder 1 of 2), 1985-1986
23812Superfund (folder 2 of 2), 1985-1986
23813General Aviation, 1987
23814Drug testing airline employees, 1988
23815Aviation Safety Commission (not Congressional), 1987
23816H.R. 3396: Rehire Air Traffic Controller, March 1988
23817Air Traffic Controllers – Union, 1987-1988
23818Aviation – Weather Issues, 1988
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2391Subcommittee on Investigation and Oversight, 1985
2392Surface Transportation after completion of Interstate, 1985-1989
2393Public Works and Transportation – News, 1988
2394Public Works and Transportation – Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Amendments, 1987
2395[Public Works and Transportation – Transportation issues] (folder 1 of 2), 1985-1988
2396[Public Works and Transportation – Transportation issues] (folder 2 of 2), 1985-1988
2397[Smoking; 1988 Drug Bill], 1986-1988
2398Trust fund off budget, 1987
2399Commercial Drivers License, 1990
23910[Investigations and Oversight], 1987
23911[Interstate Highway System], 1988
23912National Transportation Safety Board, 1988
23913[American Transportation], 1988
23914[Automobile] Association – Letters, 1988
23915Trucking, 1987-1989
23916Infrastructure (folder 1 of 2), 1987-1988
23917Infrastructure (folder 2 of 2), 1987-1988
23918Infrastructure – Needs of States, June 1989
23919H.R. 1632/Senate 2799: Oil Spill Liability, 1987
23920H.R. 3394: Oil Spill Liability, 1989
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2401Investigation and Oversight – Infrastructure Policy Hearing, September 17, 1987
2402Infrastructure: HR 3807 – Howard’s Infrastructure: tax treatment, small issues of tax free bonds, 1987-1988
2403Infrastructure (folder 1 of 2), 1988
2404Infrastructure (folder 2 of 2), 1988
2405Three years basis recovery rule and lump summaries; Title 5; Chapter 83/84, 1988
2406[Department of Transportation – Aviation Legislation], 1988
2407[Older Americans Act], 1987
2408[Education], 1987
2409[Coffee County Development – Letters], 1987
24010[Infrastructure and Environment], 1988
24011Pending Receipt Request Information, 1988
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2411Public Works, 1987
2412[Congress], 1987
2413[Turkey Creek (Georgia) Water Resource Management Study],, 1987
2414[Eastern/Texas Air]: House Concurrent Resolution 262: Eastern/Texas Air Congressman Mineta, 1988
2415[Eastern/Texas Air]: House Concurrent Resolution 262, 1988
2416[Eastern/Texas Air: Eastern] (folder 1of 2), 1988
2417[Eastern/Texas Air: Eastern] (folder 2 of 2), 1988
2418[Eastern/Texas Air: Eastern], 1988
2419[Eastern/Texas Air], 1987-1988
24110[Eastern/Texas Air] (folder 1 of 2), 1988
24111[Eastern/Texas Air] (folder 2 of 2), 1988
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2421Lake Alma (folder 1 of 3), 1987-1988
2422Lake Alma (folder 2 of 3), 1987-1988
2423Lake Alma (folder 3 of 3), 1987-1988
2424Lake Alma: Investigation and Oversight – Clean Water 404 – Environmental Protection Agency, Corporations (folder 1 of 3), September 14, 1988
2425Lake Alma: Investigation and Oversight – Clean Water 404 – Environmental Protection Agency, Corporations (folder 2 of 3), September 14, 1988
2426Lake Alma: Investigation and Oversight – Clean Water 404- Environmental Protection Agency, Corporations (folder 3 of 3), September 14, 1988
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2431Form Letters [Rowland Responses] (folder 1 of 2), 1987-1988
2432Form Letters [Rowland Responses] (folder 2 of 2), 1987-1988
2433Senate 2083 – form letters match with copies, 1988
2434Federal Aviation Administration – Notice of Proposed Rule Making #88-2 Update Mail (folder 1 of 2), 1988
2435Federal Aviation Administration – Notice of Proposed Rule Making #88-2 – Update Mail (copies) (folder 2 of 2), 1988
2436[Notice of Proposed Rule Making 88-2 Update], 1988
2437Mail to Archive – Match with copies (folder 1 of 3), 1989-1990
2438Mail to Archive – Match with copies (folder 2 of 3), 1989-1990
2439Mail to Archive – Match with copies (folder 3 of 3), 1989-1990
24310[Legislative Mail], 1989-1991
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2441[Legislative Mail], May 1990
2442[Thank yous to Rowland], May 1990
2443[Legislative Mail], July-August 1990
2444United States Trade Representative: Carla Hills, 1990
2445District Mail and Special requests – Mail archive, June 11, 1990
2446[Mail] (folder 1 of 2), September-October, 1990
2447[Mail] (folder 2 of 2), September-October, 1990
2448[Constituent] mail (folder 1 of 3), October-November 1990
2449[Constituent] mail (folder 2 of 3), October-November 1990
24410[Constituent] mail (folder 3 of 3), October-November 1990
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2451Archive Mail – [tax increases], 1990
2452[Mail], 1990
2453Mail – Problems from Kathy, 1990
2454Mail, January 1991
2455Mail, February 1991
2456Mail (folder 1 of 2), April 1991
2457Mail (folder 2 of 2), April 1991
2458Mail, May 1991
2459Mail (folder 1 of 2), November-December 1991
24510Mail (folder 2 of 2), November-December 1991
6. Elizabeth Nisbet, 1980-1992
Extent: 22.0 boxes
Extent: (11 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Elizabeth Nisbet joined Rowland’s staff as a staff assistant in 1989 (101st Congress) and became a legislative assistant 1990 through 1991 (101st to 102nd Congress). Her staff assistant files, which are project and case files, are filed in Series III. Constituent Services.Elizabeth’s files are organized alphabetically by topic and/or committee. Within each topic, files are arranged in two groupings: circa 1987 to 1990 and 1991, and generally alphabetical within each grouping. Files contain legislative mail from constituents with Rowland’s reply and legislative research materials, such as notes, news clippings, memoranda, and background materials. Of note are Elizabeth’s Foreign Affairs files, which include topics such as human rights issues abroad, the opening of the former Soviet-bloc countries after the end of the Cold War, and constituents’ opinions on the Persian Gulf War. Also of interest are her files on gun control (filed in Judiciary), especially after a shooting at Atlanta’s Perimeter Mall in 1990, and on veterans’ affairs which document Rowland’s continued interest in veterans’ health issues, such as agent orange and the long-term effects of nuclear agents on World War II military personnel (“atomic veterans”). Elizabeth’s files also document Rowland’s work on the Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families, and the Congressional Arts Caucus, as well as his sponsorship of the National Health/Education Consortium, held in Macon, Georgia, in June 1991. Many of Elizabeth’s topics were transferred to Cynthia Purkiss after Elizabeth left the staff in 1991.
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2461Americans With Disabilities Act, 1990
2462Commerce, State, Justice, Appropriations, 1990
2463Budget Fiscal Year 1991, 1991
2464Budget, 1990-1991
2465Economy, 1991
2466Congressional Arts Caucus, 1991
2467District of Columbia Committee Mail, 1990
2468National Drug Control Strategy, 1990
2469Drugs, 1989-1990
24610Drug Issue (folder 1 of 2), 1988-1990
24611Drug Issue (folder 2 of 2), 1988-1990
24612Substance Abuse, 1986-1988
24613Drug Control, 1991
24614Drug Funding Formula, 1991
24615Drug Treatment, 1991
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2471Education Letters/General, 1990
2472International Business Machines (IBM)--Macon and Education, 1990
2473Access to Education Act, 1990
2474Education and Labor: Literacy, 1989
2475English as an Official Language, 1990
2476President’s Educational Excellence Act of 1989 and National Professional Teaching Standards Act of 1989, 1989-1990
2477Higher Education Act, 1990
2478Education—Governor’s Summit, 1989-1990
2479Georgia Student Loan Program and Sallie Mae, 1990
24710Headstart, 1990
24711Library Week, 1990
24712HR 4986—Student Default Initiative Act: Loan Default, 1988
24713Carl Perkins Vocational Education and General Vocational Education, 1990
24714Human Services, 1990
24715National Service Act (HR 4330), 1990
24716Values Education, 1990
24717United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Lunch Program, 1990
24718Education Goals, 1991
24719Education – Miscellaneous Letters, 1991
24720Education Ideas, 1989-1991
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2481Children with Attention Deficit Disorder (CHA.D.D.), 1991
2482Disabilities, 1991
2483Educational Equity Act, 1991
2484Equity and Excellence in Education, undated
2485Guaranteed Student Loan (GSL) Program, 1990
2486Home Front [Initiative], 1991
2487Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA), 1991
2488National Endowment for the Arts Funding, 1989-1991
2489Pell Grant, 1991
24810Writing Project, 1991
24811Labor Miscellaneous [RESTRICTED], 1990-1991
248121949 Labor (Boston Hotel Workers), 1990
24813Child Care, 1988-1990
24814Child Care Letters, 1990
24815Child Care, 1989-1990
24816Communication Workers of America, 1990
24817Department of Labor’s (DOL) Child Labor Investigation, 1990
24818Bartlett’s Bill--Employee Rights Act, 1990
24819Davis-Bacon Reform HR 2216, 1988-1989
24820Family and Medical Leave Information, 1990
24821Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA), 1990
24822Larry Walker--Fair Labor Standards Act on Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) Agents, 1990
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2491Minimum Wage, 1989-1990
2492National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)/Georgia Kaolin, undated
2493Ohio versus Betts—HR 3200 [Age Discrimination], 1990
2494Pension Plan Tax Reform mostly in Energy and Labor including HR 2664, 1990
2495Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Reform, 1990
2496Bobby Rowe—Georgia Department of Transportation, undated
2497HR 3936 Striker Replacement, 1988-1990
2498Labor – General, 1991
2499Labor – Budget, 1991
24910Davis-Bacon Reform, 1991
24911Employee Stock Option Plans, 1991
24912Family Leave Mail, 1991
24913H.R. 5 – Strike Replacement, 1991
24914Unemployment Insurance, 1991
24915Workforce Literacy, 1991
24916Aetna/Medicare, 1989
24917Aetna Hearing, 1990
24918Aetna--Closed Cases [RESTRICTED], 1989
24919Aetna (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1989-1990
24920Aetna (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1989-1990
24921New Aetna Stuff, 1988-1989
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2501Medicare--American Medical Association Bill, 1990
2502Larry McAfee [RESTRICTED], 1990
2503Jenny Langley, 1990
2504Gerald B. Holsonback--Aetna Individuals, 1990
2505[Aetna—Collins Medical Information/Insurance Claims] (folder 1 of 3) [RESTRICTED], 1989-1990
2506[Aetna—Collins Medical Information/Insurance Claims] (folder 2 of 3) [RESTRICTED], 1989-1990
2507[Aetna—Collins Medical Information/Insurance Claims] (folder 3 of 3) [RESTRICTED], 1989-1990
2508Aetna (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1989-1990
2509Aetna (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1989-1990
25010Aetna Medicare [RESTRICTED], 1989-1990
25011Aetna (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1989
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2511Aetna (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1989
2512Aetna Transition (folder 1 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1988-1989
2513Aetna Transition (folder 2 of 2) [RESTRICTED], 1988-1989
2514Foreign Affairs Budget, Fiscal Year 1991 (folder 1 of 2), 1991
2515Foreign Affairs Budget, Fiscal Year 1991 (folder 2 of 2), 1991
2516Africa, 1990
2517Angola, 1990
2518Arctic Islands Near Soviet Union, 1990
2519Central America and Cuba, 1990
25110Chinese Students, 1990
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2521Contra Aid Background, 1987-1988
2522Egypt, 1990
2523El Salvador, 1990
2524Export Facilitation Act, 1990
2525India, 1990
2526Israel, 1990
2527International Voluntary Family Planning-“Mexico City” Policy, 1990
2528Middle East Information, 1990
2529Nicaragua, 1989-1990
25210Panama/Pan-Canal, 1990
25211Peace Corps, 1990
25212Persian Gulf (folder 1 of 2), 1990
25213Persian Gulf (folder 2 of 2), 1990
25214Peru/Andean Nations, 1990
25215Puerto Rico, 1990
25216South Africa, 1990
25217Third World/Refugees, 1990
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2531Gorbachev--Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR)/ Eastern Europe, 1990
2532United Nations (UN) Funding, 1990
2533Vietnam, May 1990
2534Arctic Islands North of Soviet Union, 1990-1991
2535Africa, 1991
2536Cambodia, 1990-1991
2537China, 1991
2538Debt, 1990
2539[Drugs and] Development, 1990
25310El Salvador, 1990-1991
25311Geneva Convention, 1991
25312Guatemala, 1991
25313Select Committee on Intelligence, 1991
25314Iran Contra, 1991
25315Israel, 1990-1991
25316Jordan, 1988, 1991
25317Lithuania, 1991
25318Nicaragua, 1991
25319Persian Gulf – Censorship and Religion, 1991
25320Persian Gulf Crisis – Letters (folder 1 of 2), 1991 January-July
25321Persian Gulf Crisis – Letters (folder 2 of 2), 1991 January-July
25322Persian Gulf Information/Congressional Research Service (CRS) Material/Press, 1990-1991
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2541Population, 1991
2542Post-War Issues, 1991
2543South Africa, 1991
2544Soviet Union, 1991
2545State Department Authorization, 1991
2546Syria, 1991
2547United Nations (UN) Convention on the Rights of the Child, 1990-1991
2548War Powers Resolution, 1990
2549Government Operations (Line-Item Veto), 1990
25410Reparations to Japanese-Americans, 1990
25411District of Columbia Funding, 1991
25412Ethics in Government Act—Independent Counsel Information, 1988
25413HR 461—Federal Government Travel, 1991
25414Language of Government Act, 1991
25415Line-Item Veto/Rescission Legislation, 1990-1991
25416Line-Item Veto/Rescission, 1990-1991
25417Private Property Rights Act, 1991
25418Select Committee on Government Investigation, 1990
25419Campaign Finance Reform Letters, 1991
25420Campaign Finance Reformation—Information, Legislation and Congressional Research Service (CRS), 1990-1991
25421Ethics in Public Office, 1990-1991
25422Pay Raise, 1990-1991
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2551Housing Authorization HR 1180, 1990
2552National Association of Realtors, 1990
2553Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Reform: Housing Scandal, 1989-1990
2554Federal Housing Authority (FHA) Programs, 1990
2555Interior Mail--General, 1991
2556Interior Budget, 1991
2557Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) Development, 1991
2558[Arctic National Wildlife Refuge--ANWR], 1991
2559Timber Sale Account/ United States Forest Services/ Below Cost Timber Sales, 1990
25510Bond Swamp, Fiscal Year 1991
25511Clear Cutting, 1991
25512Reclamation--Gejdenson Amendments, 1987-1991
25513Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus, 1990-1991
25514Drake’s Field, 1987-1990
25515Historic Preservation, 1991
25516Hunting in Refuges, 1991
25517National Wildlife Refuge System Act, 1991
25518Native American Issues, 1991
25519North American Wetlands Conservation Council, 1990-1991
25520Ancient Forest Protection Act, 1990-1991
25521Payment in Lieu of Taxes, 1991
25522Puerto Rico, 1991
25523Refuge Revenue Sharing, 1989-1991
25524Richard Russell Dam, 1991
25525Wetlands, 1991
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2561Judiciary--Miscellaneous, 1990
2562Bankruptcy, 1990
2563Civil Rights Act [RESTRICTED], 1990
2564Crime Bill Letters, 1990
2565Gun Control Issues (folder 1 of 2), 1990
2566Gun Control Issues (folder 2 of 2), 1990
2567Gun Control Issues: Assault Weapon Control Bills, 1989-1990
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2571Gun Control Issues: Bills Regarding Assault Weapons, 1989-1990
2572Gun Control: Letters on National Rifle Association (NRA), 1988
2573Gun Control Issues: Waiting Period (Handgun), 1988
2574Gun Control Issues: Waiting Period for Handguns Information, 1990
2575Immigration [HR 4300]: Memos/ No Answers, 1989-1990
2576Immigration—Letters, 1990
2577HR 4300—Briefing, 1990
2578Flag Desecration, 1989-1990
2579Habeas Corpus Legislation, 1990
25710Insurance--HR 1663, 1990-1991
25711HR 1227, 1990
25712Voting Rights Act, 1988-1990
25713Price Fixing Prevention Act—HR 1236, 1990
25714Realtors’ Group, undated
25715Judiciary – Miscellaneous Mail, 1991
25716Augusta [Georgia] Courthouse, 1991
25717Bankruptcy, 1991
25718Child Abuse – Crime Bill, 1990
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2581Civil Rights, May 29 and Letters, 1991
2582Civil Rights, 1991
2583Civil Rights Act, 1990
2584Crime Bill, 1990
2585Crime, 1991
2586Federal Courts Commission Implementation Act, 1990
2587Gun Control--General, 1990-1991
2588Gun Control Letters, 1991
2589Habeas Corpus/Crime, 1991
25810Home Recording Act, 1991
25811Insurance, 1990-1991
25812Immigration, 1991
25813Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act, 1991
25814Legal Services Corporation, 1990-1991
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2591“Operation Rescue” Mistreatment, 1990-1991
2592Sports Protection Act, 1991
2593Waiting Period [Handguns], 1991
2594Miscellaneous [Mail from constituents] [RESTRICTED], 1990
2595Miscellany, 1991
2596Health/Education Meeting in District (folder 1 of 2), 1991-1992
2597Health/Education Meeting in District (folder 2 of 2), 1991-1992
2598[National Health/Education Consortium Meeting in District] [video removed], 1991-1992
2599[National Health/Education Consortium] (folder 1 of 2), 1990-1992
25910[National Health/Education Consortium] (folder 2 of 2), 1990-1992
25911Health/Education Meeting, 1991
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2601Post Office and Civil Service, 1990
2602Furloughs—Gramm-Rudman Budget, 1990
2603American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) Local Meeting--Dublin,, March 7, 1990
2604Agricultural Extended Retirement Credit Act, 1990
2605Cadet Nurse Bill, March 13, 1990
2606Drug Testing Federal Employees, 1988
2607Federal Employees Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) Bill/ Mailing, 1989-1990
2608Commemoratives, 1990
2609Garnishment Equalization Act, 1990
26010Government Workplace Safety Act, HR 1095, S.464, 1990
26011Federal Pay Reform, HR 3979, 1990
26012Federal Employees: Furlough Letters, 1990
26013Monroney Amendment, 1976-1988
26014Monroney Amendment: Lump Sum Tax and Payment Reform, 1990
26015Bill to Make Members Eligible for Sequestration, 1990
26016Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) Appeal, 1987
26017National Association of Retired Federal Employees (NARFE),, 1990
26018Postal Rate Increase, 1990
26019Post Office Issues, 1991
26020Postal Rate for Peace Corps Volunteers, 1990
26021Postmasters’ Issues, 1990
26022Tourism, 1990-1991
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2611Census, 1991
2612Civil Service--General, 1991
2613Commemoratives, 1991
2614Federal Employees’ Health, 1991
2615Federal Employees’ News Digest, 1990-1991
2616Hatch Act, 1990-1991
2617HR 793--Civil Service, 1991
2618M. Wayne Puckett [Time-in-Grade Requirements], 1991
2619Railroad Retirement, 1985
26110Warner Robins Personnel Cuts, 1990-1991
26111Child Abuse/Children, Youth, and Families Committee, 1987-1990
26112Domestic Violence [RESTRICTED], 1990
26113Women and Perinatal Substance Abuse--Children, Youth, and Families, 1990
26114General Children, Youth, and Families Letters, 1990
26115Children Youth and Families, 1990
26116Select Committee Mailing List, 1985-1986
26117World Summit for Children [Implementation Act], 1991
26118Teens at Risk, 1991
26119[Select Committee on] Children, Youth, and Families—Rape Victims, 1990
26120Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Funding—[Select Committee on] Children, Youth, and Families, 1991
26121Hearing on Healthy Infants, 1991
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2621[Hearing on Healthy Infants], 1991
2622Middle School Kids—Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families, 1989-1990
2623Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families: Children’s Mental Health, 1991
2624Immigration and Naturalization Service, 1991
2625Congressional Caucus for Children, 1991
2626Babies and Briefcases, 1991
2627[Select Committee on] Children, Youth, and Families—Initiated Letter on Child Care/IRS, 1991
2628[Select Committee on] Children, Youth, and Families—New Reports and Resources Summary, 1991
2629[Select Committee on] Children, Youth, and Families Agenda, 1992
26210[Select Committee on] Children, Youth, and Families Agenda, 1991
26211[Select Committee on] Children, Youth, and Families, including Statistics, Committee Activity, Children’s Legislation, 1991
26212Hunger, 1990
26213Space, Science, and Technology, 1990
26214Superconducting Super Collider Project, 1990
26215Space, Science, and Technology, 1991
26216Standards, 1990
26217State Issues, 1991
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2631[Veterans’ Affairs--Health], 1990
2632[Agent Orange], 1990
2633[Agent Orange and the Vietnam Veteran], 1990
2634[Agent Orange] (folder 1 of 2), 1988, 1990
2635[Agent Orange] (folder 2 of 2), 1988, 1990
2636Clozaril, 1990
2637[Military Service and Debt], 1990
2638[House Veterans Affairs Subcommittee Hearings], 1988
2639Health Care Amendments, 1990
26310Budget--General, 1990
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2641Budget, Fiscal Year 1991 and Supplement Appropriations, 1990
2642Veterans Administration (VA)--Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Appropriations, 1990
2643Veterans Administration--Animal Rescue, 1990
2644Veterans Affairs--General and General Correspondence [RESTRICTED], 1990
2645HR 303 Military Retirement and Veterans’ Affairs (VA) Benefits, 1989-1990
2646Atomic Veterans, 1990
2647Atomic Veterans (Georgia), 1987-1988
2648HR 1811--Bill and Committee Report, 1980 (folder 1 of 2), 1987-1988
2649HR 1811--Bill and Committee Report, 1980 (folder 2 of 2), 1987-1988
26410HR 5169--Hiring Attorneys for Debt Cases, 1990
26411Veterans Legislation, 101st Congress, 1990
26412Agent Orange Claim Settlement, 1984-1986, 1990
26413Agent Orange--Studies Transcript of Advisory Committee, 1983-1986
BoxFolder
2651Office of Technology Assessment (OTA)--Agent Orange Study, 1987
2652Selected Cancers Study--Centers for Disease Control (CDC) [RESTRICTED], 1990
2653Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS)--Veterans Affairs, 1990
2654Board of Veterans Appeals, undated
2655Veterans Affairs (VA)--Cabinet Level, 1987
2656Veterans’ Comments, 1990
2657Information Regarding Columbus Veterans Administration Clinic Proposal Richard Ray, 1988
2658Veterans, Education, Employment, and Training Bills, 1990
2659Veterans Entrepreneurship Promotional Act, 1990-1991
26510GI Bill (Veterans Educational Assistance Program), 1985, 1987, 1990
26511Leon Frost (Harrison) [RESTRICTED], 1989
26512Veterans Administration (VA)--Guaranteed Loans, 1990
26513Veterans Committee Cosponsors, 1990
26514Veterans and Driving Under the Influence (DUI), 1990
26515Homeless Veterans, 1990
26516Other Hospital Subcommittee Regulations Marked Up, April 1990
26517Housing and Memorial Affairs Legislation, 1990
26518Subcommittee on Housing and Memorial Affairs--Department of Veterans Affairs Programs, 9:30 AM, March 1, 1990,
26519Incarcerated Veterans Rehabilitation Act, HR 3453, undated
26520Judicial Review: Veterans Circuit of Appeals, 1990
26521Korean Prisoners of War (POWs), 1990
26522Veterans Manufactured Housing Program, 1990
26523Bill Oyster--Veterans Case--Homerville [RESTRICTED], 1990
26524Spinal Cord Injury Reception, 1989
26525Bill Conrad--Survivors’ Benefit Plan [RESTRICTED], 1990
26526Savannah Outpatient Clinic, 1989
26527Sequestration and the Veterans Administration, 1986-1987
26528Veterans State Home Program, 1989
26529Veterans Administration (VA) Travel Pay, 1990
26530Veterans Center in Macon--Gary Boncher, 1990
26531Veterans Health Services and Research Administration Reorganization Task Force, 1990
26532Carl Vinson [Veterans’ Administration Medical Center, Dublin, Georgia], 1983-1994
26533Women Veterans, 1990
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2661Agent Orange, 1989-1990
2662Atomic Veterans, 1987-1990
2663Miscellaneous Veterans Mail, 1990
2664Veterans Legislation 102nd Congress and Legislative Proposals, 1991
2665Veterans’ Budget, 1990-1991
2666Veterans Committee, 102nd Congress, 1991
2667Veterans Affairs – Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Appeals, 1991
2668Augusta and Dublin Veterans Affairs Centers (Letters from Thomas Ayres), 1990
2669Atlanta Veterans Affairs Regional Office, 1990-1991
26610Clozaril/Clozapine, 1990-1991
26611Congressional Medal of Honor/Pay Increase, 1991
26612Court of Veterans’ Appeals, 1991
26613Chicago Veterans Affairs, 1991
26614Veterans Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA), 1991
26615E. L. Cribb [RESTRICTED], 1991
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2671Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) Reform [Act], undated
2672Veterans Education and Training, 1991
2673Veterans in Florida, 1991
2674General Accounting Office (GAO) Report on Veterans Affairs and Addictive Drugs, 1991
2675Miscellaneous Health Care Mail, 1991
2676Veterans’ Hospice, 1991
2677Veterans Housing, 1991
2678Incarcerated Veterans, 1991
2679Insulin and the Veterans Affairs (VA), 1991
26710Veterans Insurance Hoax, 1990
26711Dr. [Al] Landford, undated
26712Merchant Mariners’ Fairness Act, 1991
26713Prisoners of War (POW)/Missing in Action (MIAs), 1991
26714Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), 1990-1991
26715Physician Pay Bill, 1990-1991
26716Research [Centers at Medical Schools], 1991
26717Soldiers’ and Sailors’ [Civil] Relief [Act] H.R. 555, 1991
26718Tuberculosis and Veterans Affairs (VA) in Georgia, 1990-1991
26719Tuberculosis and the Veterans Affairs (VA) in Georgia – Materials for Management and Treatment of Tuberculosis in Georgia, 1985-1989
26720Uniformed Services Reemployment Rights, H.R. 1578, 1991
26721World War II Bills, 1991
7. Brent Orrell, 1973-1989
Extent: 3.0 boxes
Extent: (1.5 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Brent Orrell joined Rowland’s staff for the 100th Congress, serving as both a legislative assistant and intergovernmental affairs staff assistant. His files, however, reflect his work as a legislative assistant.Brent’s files consist of legislative research materials and a small amount of constituent mail (labeled “Individual Responses”). The predominant topic of Brent’s files is foreign affairs, with particular emphasis on Central America (Nicaragua, Panama), as well as religion and Soviets (Soviet Christians, Soviet Jews). Order of the files is original and appears random.
BoxFolder
2681Social Security, 1985
2682Nikolai Borodin, 1987-1988
2683Individual Responses – Judiciary and Ethics, 1987-1988
2684Individual Responses – Foreign Affairs, 1988
2685Individual Responses (Miscellaneous), 1987-1989
2686Individual Responses – Armed Services, 1988
2687Soviet Christians, 1987-1988
2688Central America – Nicaragua (1 of 2), 1987-1988
2689Central America – Nicaragua (2 of 2), 1987-1988
26810Soviet Jews, 1985
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2691Human Rights, 1986-1988
2692South Africa Economic Development, 1987-1988
2693South Africa (1of 2), 1988
2694South Africa (2 of 2), 1988
2695MESAB [Medical Education for South African Blacks], 1986-1987
2696Issue Briefs – Nicaragua, 1987-1989
2697Panama Canal, 1988
2698Panama, 1988
2699Legislative Reviews, 1988
26910Press Releases, 1988
26911Issue Briefs – Afghanistan, 1988
26912Issue Briefs – War Power, 1973-1983
BoxFolder
2701Clippings, 1988
2702South Africa Book Original, 1987
2703Human Rights, 1988
2704Human Rights Work, 1988
2705Miscellaneous notes, 1987-1988
2706Clipping – re: Contra Aid, 1988
2707Contra Aid Information, 1988
2708Contra Aid: Humanitarian Package, 1987-1988
2709Putnam General Hospital (Certificate of Need) [KBH] (1 of 2), 1988-1989
27010Putnam General Hospital (Certificate of Need) [KBH] (2 of 2), 1988-1989
8. Keith Perdue, 1983-1984
Extent: 1.0 box
Extent: (.25 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Keith Perdue served on Rowland’s first staff during the 98th Congress, 1983-1984, as a staff assistant. Keith’s files reflect his responsibility for both legislative issues and academy nominations. The academy nomination files have been moved to Series III. Constituent Services.Keith’s legislative files consist primarily of legislative mail on a variety of topics including: Education and Labor, Energy and Commerce, Public Works and Transportation, Agriculture, and Veterans Affairs. Legislative mail files contain communications to Rowland, such as letters or phone messages, from constituents and Rowland’s written responses. Order of the files is original and appears random.
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2711[Cost of Living Act], January 1984
2712Education and Labor, April 1983
2713Energy and Commerce, 1983-1984
2714Way and Means, 1983
2715Public Works and Transportation, 1983
2716Banks and Banking, 1983
2717Witholding, 1983
2718Budget, 1983
2719[Congressional Class on Soviet Jewry], 1983
27110Mortgage Revenue Bonds, 1983
27111Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families, 1983
27112Agriculture, 1983
27113Veterans Affairs, 1983
9. Cynthia (Cyndi) Purkiss, 1986-1994
Extent: 31.0 boxes
Extent: (15.25 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Cynthia (Cyndi) Purkiss joined Rowland’s staff at the end of the 102nd Congress (1992) as a legislative assistant. Prior to her work with Rowland, Cyndi was a legislative assistant to Representative Richard Lehman of California from 1988 to 1992.Cyndi’s files are organized into two groups: Legislative Research Files and Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail]. Legislative Research Files are arranged alphabetically by topic. Cyndi’s files are particularly strong in legislative work relating to veterans, defense, and the Energy and Commerce committee, although she handled additional topics. Her research files reflect Rowland’s service as chair of the Veterans Affairs subcommittee on Hospitals and Health Care from 1993 to 1994, as well as a member of the Energy and Commerce subcommittees on Health and the Environment, and Transportation and Hazardous Materials. Rowland was very active in his last term, proposing and co-sponsoring legislation through his membership in various committees. Of note are Cyndi’s defense files, which document both national and Georgia-related defense issues, particularly the three bases in Rowland’s district (after redistricting in April 1992): Marine Corps Logistics Base in Albany, Moody Air Force Base in Valdosta, and Robins Air Force Base in Warner Robins. As chairman of the Middle Georgia Military Affairs Committee, Rowland worked closely with the Georgia House and Senate delegation to support the interests of these installations, especially during the early 1990s when there were threats of base closures in his district. Legislative assistants Elizabeth Nisbet, Joy Lee, and Joanna White worked with many of Cyndi’s legislative topics immediately prior to her arrival on Rowland’s staff. Cyndi’s original filing system housed papers in expandable file, each of which was labeled in a different color of marker according to topic or committee. To maintain the color-coding of the files after rehousing in acid-free files, a color is indicated in brackets on each file tab and in the box list.Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] is organized by date of reply. Topics and legislative issues cover those in Cyndi’s purview. Of primary interest to Georgians in Rowland’s district at this time were the issues of gun control and the Brady Bill, military issues such as gays in the military and women in combat, and issues surrounding the National Endowment for the Arts.
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2721Appropriations [Purple] - 102nd Congress, 1992
2722Appropriations [Purple] - Campaign Finance Reform, 1993
2723Appropriations [Purple] - D.C. Appropriations, 1993
2724Appropriations [Purple] - Legislative Appropriations, 1992
2725Appropriations [Purple] - Treasury Postal Appropriations, 1993
2726Defense [Blue] - Base Closure, 1991-1992
2727Defense [Blue] - Base Closure (folder 1 of 3), 1993
2728Defense [Blue] - Base Closure (folder 2 of 3), 1993
2729Defense [Blue] - Base Closure (folder 3 of 3), 1993
27210Defense [Blue] - Base Closure 1993 – News Clips (folder 1 of 2), April-July 1993
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2731Defense [Blue] - Base Closure 1993 – News Clips (folder 2 of 2), April-July 1993
2732Defense [Blue] - Base Closure 1993 – Site visit, letters, etc., April-June 1993
2733Defense [Blue] - Base Closure – May 21st “ADD” Hearing, 1993 May 21
2734Defense [Blue] - Base Closure: Atlanta Regional Hearing (folder 1 of 2), June 9, 1993
2735Defense [Blue] - Base Closure: Atlanta Regional Hearing (folder 2 of 2), June 9, 1993
2736Defense [Blue] - Base Closure – June 16th Hearing – DC, June 1993
2737Defense [Blue] - Base Closure – Final Deliberations, 1993-1994
2738Defense [Blue] - Brockway Standard – ammunition boxes (folder 1 of 2), 1986-1988
2739Defense [Blue] - Brockway Standard – ammunition boxes (folder 2 of 2), 1986-1988
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2741Defense [Blue] - C-17 Cargo Plane (folder 1 of 3), 1987, 1993-1994
2742Defense [Blue] - C-17 Cargo Plane (folder 2 of 3), 1987, 1993-1994
2743Defense [Blue] - C-17 Cargo Plane (folder 3 of 3), 1987, 1993-1994
2744Defense [Blue] - Defense – District Related, 1993
2745Defense [Blue] - Defense Finance and Accounting Service Center Relocation (1 of 2), 1992-1994
2746Defense [Blue] - Defense Finance and Accounting Service Center Relocation (2 of 2), 1992-1994
2747Defense [Blue] - F-22, 1992-1994
2748Defense [Blue] - Gays in the Military, 1993
2749Defense [Blue] - Joint STARS (Surveillance Target Attack Radar System), 1993-1994
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2751Defense [Blue] - Military Advisory Committee (8th District), 1993
2752Defense [Blue] - Military Construction Appropriations, 1992-1993
2753Defense [Blue] - Military Construction Appropriations (folder 1 of 2), 1994
2754Defense [Blue] - Military Construction Appropriations (folder 2 of 2), 1994
2755Defense [Blue] - Northrop – Tri-Service Standoff Attack Missile (TSSAM) (folder 1 of 2), 1993-1994
2756Defense [Blue] - Northrop – Tri-Service Standoff Attack Missile (TSSAM) (folder 2 of 2), 1993-1994
2757Defense [Blue] - Superfund – Defense Installations, 1992-1993
2758Georgia Bases/Military Issues (folder 1 of 2), 1992-1994
2759Georgia Bases/Military Issues (folder 2 of 2), 1992-1994
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2761Marine Corps Logistics Base (folder 1 of 3), 1992-1994
2762Marine Corps Logistics Base (folder 2 of 3), 1992-1994
2763Marine Corps Logistics Base (folder 3 of 3), 1992-1994
2764Moody Air Force Base: General (folder 1 of 2), 1990-1994
2765Moody Air Force Base: General (folder 2 of 2), 1990-1994
2766Moody Air Force Base: Base Closure (folder 1 of 2), 1991
2767Moody Air Force Base: Base Closure (folder 2 of 2), 1991
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2771Moody Air Force Base [Base Closure] (folder 1 of 4), 1991-1994
2772Moody Air Force Base [Base Closure] (folder 2 of 4), 1991-1994
2773Moody Air Force Base [Base Closure] (folder 3 of 4), 1991-1994
2774Moody Air Force Base [Base Closure] (folder 4 of 4), 1991-1994
2775Warner Robins Air Force Base – Reduction in Force (RIF) /Separation Incentive (folder 1 of 2), 1992-1993
2776Warner Robins Air Force Base – Reduction in Force (RIF) /Separation Incentive (folder 2 of 2), 1992-1993
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2781Warner Robins Air Force Base (folder 1 of 2), 1993-1994
2782Warner Robins Air Force Base (folder 2 of 2), 1993-1994
2783Warner Robins Air Force Base –21st Century Partnership, 1994
2784Warner Robins Air Force Base [Projects and Programs] (folder 1 of 4), 1990-1993
2785Warner Robins Air Force Base [Projects and Programs] (folder 2 of 4), 1990-1993
2786Warner Robins Air Force Base [Projects and Programs] (folder 3 of 4), 1990-1993
2787Warner Robins Air Force Base [Projects and Programs] (folder 4 of 4), 1990-1993
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2791Warner Robins Air Force Base – General Information (folder 1 of 2), 1991-1993
2792Warner Robins Air Force Base – General Information (folder 2 of 2), 1991-1993
2793Education and Labor [Red] - Education – Georgia, 1991-1993
2794Education and Labor [Red] - Education – Conservative Democratic Forum, 1992-1993
2795Education and Labor [Red] - Direct Lending, 1991-1993
2796Education and Labor [Red] - Elementary and Secondary Education Act – Chapter One, 1992-1993
2797Education and Labor [Red] - Higher Education (folder 1 of 2), 1991-1993
2798Education and Labor [Red] - Higher Education (folder 2 of 2), 1991-1993
2799Education and Labor [Red] - Impact Aid (folder 1 of 2), 1993-1994
27910Education and Labor [Red] - Impact Aid (folder 2 of 2), 1993-1994
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2801Education and Labor [Red] - Link-up for Learning [Act, H.R. 812], 1991
2802Education and Labor [Red] - Mount de Sales Academy – Remarks, 1992
2803Education and Labor [Red] - National Service [Trust Act], 1992-1993
2804Education and Labor [Red] - Neighborhood Schools Act, 1992
2805Education and Labor [Red] - Rural Schools [of America Act], 1991
2806Education and Labor [Red] - School Lunch, 1991-1992
2807Education and Labor [Red] - Vocational Education, 1993
2808Education and Labor [Red] - Labor – General, 1991-1993
2809Education and Labor [Red] - Americans with Disabilities Act – Summary, 1990
28010Education and Labor [Red] - Adams Fruit – Workers Compensation, 1993
28011Education and Labor [Red] - Child Care, 1990-1993
28012Education and Labor [Red] - Family Leave (folder 1 of 2), 1989-1993
28013Education and Labor [Red] - Family Leave (folder 2 of 2), 1989-1993
28014Education and Labor [Red] - Striker Replacement [Bill, H.R. 5], 1991-1993
28015Education and Labor [Red] - Unemployment, 1991-1993
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2811Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Food Safety (folder 1 of 4), 1993-1994
2812Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Food Safety (folder 2 of 4), 1993-1994
2813Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Food Safety (folder 3 of 4), 1993-1994
2814Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Food Safety (folder 4 of 4), 1993-1994
2815Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Food Safety – Speeches, 1993-1994
2816Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Insurance Redlining (folder 1 of 3), 1993-1994
2817Insurance Redlining (folder 2 of 3), 1993-1994
2818Insurance Redlining (folder 3 of 3), 1993-1994
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2821Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Insurance Redlining – Rowland: Redlining, 1993-1994
2822Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Interstate Waste [Flow Control],, 1994
2823Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Interstate Waste – Flow Control (folder 1 of 2), 1994
2824Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Interstate Waste – Flow Control (folder 2 of 2), 1994
2825Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Interstate Waste – Interstate Draft, 1994
2826Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Interstate Waste – Amendments, 1994
2827Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Interstate Waste – Congressional Research Service, 1993-1994
2828Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Radon (folder 1 of 3), 1992-1994
2829Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Radon (folder 2 of 3), 1992-1994
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2831Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Radon (folder 3 of 3), 1992-1994
2832Energy and Commerce [Blue] - SAFT America (folder 1 of 3), 1992-1993
2833Energy and Commerce [Blue] - SAFT America (folder 2 of 3), 1992-1993
2834Energy and Commerce [Blue] - SAFT America (folder 3 of 3), 1992-1993
2835Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Superfund (folder 1 of 4), 1994
2836Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Superfund (folder 2 of 4), 1994
2837Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Superfund (folder 3 of 4), 1994
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2841Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Superfund (folder 4 of 4), 1994
2842Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Telecommunications (folder 1 of 6), 1994
2843Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Telecommunications (folder 2 of 6), 1994
2844Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Telecommunications (folder 3 of 6), 1994
2845Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Telecommunications (folder 4 of 6), 1994
2846Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Telecommunications (folder 5 of 6), 1994
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2851Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Telecommunications (folder 6 of 6), 1994
2852Energy and Commerce [Blue] - The Smoke-Free Environment Act -- H.R. 3434 (folder 1 of 2), 1994
2853Energy and Commerce [Blue] - The Smoke-Free Environment Act -- H.R. 3434 (folder 2 of 2), 1994
2854Foreign Affairs [Aqua] - Foreign Affairs – General, 1991-1993
2855Foreign Affairs [Aqua] - Foreign Authorization, 1993
2856Foreign Affairs [Aqua] - Foreign Aid Appropriations, 1993-1994
2857Foreign Affairs [Aqua] - F-15 Sale to Saudi Arabia, 1992
2858Foreign Affairs [Aqua] - October Surprise, 1992
2859Foreign Affairs [Aqua] - Somalia, 1993
28510Foreign Affairs [Aqua] - Soviet Aid, 1992
28511Energy and Commerce [Blue] - Federal Mandate Relief Act, 1993
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2861Interior [Black] - Ancient Forest Protection, 1991
2862Interior [Black] - Bond Swamp, 1991
2863Interior [Black] - Chattahoochee Forest Protection Act, 1991
2864Interior [Black] - Drakes Field – Ocmulgee River, 1991
2865Interior [Black] - Fort Frederica, 1992
2866Interior [Black] - Interior Appropriations, 1992-1993
2867Interior [Black] - Interior – General, 1991-1993
2868Interior [Black] - National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Funding, 1992-1993
2869Interior [Black] - Ocmulgee River (folder 1 of 2), 1990-1993
28610Interior [Black] - Ocmulgee River (folder 2 of 2) [photograph removed], 1990-1993
28611Interior [Black] - Sportsmen Caucus, 1992
28612Interior [Black] - Vener/Hedden Goldmine Tract – Chattahoochee, 1990-1991
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2871Judiciary [Purple] - Assault Weapons Ban – H.R. 4296, 1994
2872Judiciary [Purple] - Brady Bill (H.R. 1025), 1992-1993
2873Judiciary [Purple] - Civil Rights Act, 1991-1992
2874Judiciary [Purple] - Crime Bill (folder 1 of 2), 1993-1994
2875Judiciary [Purple] - Crime Bill (folder 2 of 2), 1993-1994
2876Judiciary [Purple] - Crime Legislation on Seizure of Land, 1991-1992
2877Judiciary [Purple] - Flag Desecration, 1990-1991
2878Judiciary [Purple] - Prayer in School, 1991-1992
2879Judiciary [Purple] - Task Force on Drugs – 8th District, 1990-1992
28710Judiciary [Purple] - Truth in Sentencing Act – H.R. 3584, 1994
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2881Post Office and Civil Service [Green] - Commeratives, 1992
2882Post Office and Civil Service [Green] - Federal Employees – General, 1992-1993
2883Post Office and Civil Service [Green] - Federal Employees – Cost-of-Living Adjustments (COLAs), 1992-1993
2884Post Office and Civil Service [Green] - Federal Employees – Honoraria Ban, 1991
2885Post Office and Civil Service [Green] - Federal Employees – Locality Pay, 1993
2886Post Office and Civil Service [Green] - Federal Employees – Lump Sum, 1991-1993
2887Post Office and Civil Service [Green] - Federal Employees – Pension Offset, 1991-1993
2888Post Office and Civil Service [Green] - Federal Government Task Force (folder 1 of 2), 1991-1994
2889Post Office and Civil Service [Green] - Federal Government Task Force (folder 2 of 2), 1991-1994
28810Post Office and Civil Service [Green] - Hatch Act, 1993
28811Post Office and Civil Service [Green] - Postal Issues, 1991-1993
28812Post Office and Civil Service [Green] - Veterans Preference, 1992
28813Science, Space, and Technology [Green] - National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) – Space Station, 1992-1993
28814Science, Space, and Technology [Green] - National Competitiveness Act, 1993
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2891Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Hospitals and Health Care Subcommittee – letters signed (folder 1 of 2), 1993-1994
2892Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Hospitals and Health Care Subcommittee – letters signed (folder 2 of 2), 1993-1994
2893Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Veterans – Speech (folder 1 of 2), 1993
2894Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Veterans – Speech (folder 2 of 2), 1993
2895Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Agent Orange (folder 1 of 2), 1990-1993
2896Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Agent Orange (folder 2 of 2), 1990-1993
2897Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Atomic Veterans, 1991-1993
2898Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Best Price [Pharmaceuticals] – HR 2890 (folder 1 of 3), 1990-1993
2899Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Best Price [Pharmaceuticals] – HR 2890 (folder 2 of 3), 1990-1993
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2901Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Best Price [Pharmaceuticals] – HR 2890 (folder 3 of 3), 1990-1993
2902Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Dublin Veterans Affairs Medical Center (folder 1 of 2), 1991-1994
2903Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Dublin Veterans Affairs Medical Center (folder 2 of 2), 1991-1994
2904Veterans Affairs [Pink] - East Central Florida Veterans Affairs Medical Center (folder 1 of 2), 1992-1993
2905Veterans Affairs [Pink] - East Central Florida Veterans Affairs Medical Center (folder 2 of 2), 1992-1993
2906Veterans Affairs [Pink] - East Central Florida Veterans Affairs Medical Center – Orange County, 1993
2907Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Full-Time Equivalent Employee (FTEE) – House Resolution 4013 (folder 1 of 2), 1994
2908Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Full-Time Equivalent Employee (FTEE) – House Resolution 4013 (folder 2 of 2), 1994
2909Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Government Reform and Savings Act (HR 3400) (folder 1 of 2), 1993
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2911Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Government Reform and Savings Act (HR 3400) (folder 2 of 2), 1993
2912Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Government Reform and Savings Act (HR 3400) – Penny-Kasich Amendment, 1993
2913Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Public Law 102-585: Veterans Health Care Act (Smoking) H.R. 5192, 1991-1993
2914Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Public Law 102-405: Veterans Health Care Amendments (HR 2280) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Conference, 1991-1992
2915Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Veterans Health Improvements Acts of 1993 (HR 3313) (folder 1 of 3), 1993-1994
2916Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Veterans Health Improvements Acts of 1993 (HR 3313) (folder 2 of 3), 1993-1994
2917Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Veterans Health Improvements Acts of 1993 (HR 3313) (folder 3 of 3), 1993-1994
2918Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Veterans Health Care Programs of 1993 – HR 2034 – (Public Law 103-79) (folder 1 of 3), 1993
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2921Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Veterans Health Care Programs of 1993 – HR 2034 – (Public Law 103-79) (folder 2 of 3), 1993
2922Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Veterans Health Care Programs of 1993 – HR 2034 – (Public Law 103-79) (folder 3 of 3), 1993
2923Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Income Verification Center – Georgia, 1993
2924Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Veterans Affairs Medical Construction Authorization, Spring 1994
2925Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Medical Construction (folder 1 of 2), 1993
2926Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Medical Construction (folder 2 of 2), 1993
2927Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Veterans Affairs Mental Health Programs (Hearing June 29, 1993), 1993-1994
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2931Veterans Affairs [Pink] - National Health Care Reform (Hearing September 18, 1993), 1993
2932Veterans Affairs [Pink] - National Health Care Reform (October 14, 1993 Hearing), 1993
2933Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Subcommittee Hearing on Impact of National Health Care Reform on Veterans Affairs Health Care (folder 1 of 2), 1993
2934Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Subcommittee Hearing on Impact of National Health Care Reform on Veterans Affairs Health Care (folder 2 of 2), 1993
2935Veterans Affairs [Pink] - [National Health Care Reform]: Field Hearings in Georgia, 1993
2936Veterans Affairs [Pink] - HR 4124 – Health Care Reform (folder 1 of 2), 1994
2937Veterans Affairs [Pink] - HR 4124 – Health Care Reform (folder 2 of 2), 1994
2938Veterans Affairs [Pink] - HR 4124 – Health Care Reform: Congressional Budget Office, 1994
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2941Veterans Affairs [Pink] - HR 4124 – Health Care Reform: [Veterans Affairs Committee Bills and Amendments], 1994
2942Veterans Affairs [Pink] - H.R. 4386 – Compensation for Persian Gulf Veterans, 1994
2943Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Persian Gulf Veterans (Columbus, Georgia) (folder 1 of 2), 1993-1994
2944Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Persian Gulf Veterans (Columbus, Georgia) (folder 2 of 2), 1993-1994
2945Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Persian Gulf Veterans (Columbus, Georgia): [Hearing, Statements, and Information: I], February 1, 1994
2946Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Persian Gulf Veterans (Columbus, Georgia): [Hearing, Statements, and Information: II],, February 1, 1994
2947Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Persian Gulf Veterans (HR 2535) Public Law 103-210, 1993 December 20
2948Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Persian Gulf Registry (folder 1 of 2), 1991-1993
2949Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Persian Gulf Registry (folder 2 of 2), 1991-1993
29410Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Radiation Experiments (folder 1 of 2), 1994
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2951Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Radiation Experiments (folder 2 of 2), 1994
2952Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Reconciliation, 1993
2953Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Research Funding, 1993
2954Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Sexual Harassment at the Veterans Affairs, (folder 1 of 3) [RESTRICTED], 1992-1993
2955Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Sexual Harassment at the Veterans Affairs, (folder 2 of 3), 1992-1993
2956Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Sexual Harassment at the Veterans Affairs, (folder 3 of 3), 1992-1993
2957Veterans Affairs [Pink] - Sexual Harassment at Atlanta Veterans Affairs, 1993
2958HR 2824 – Rowland’s Sharing Bill (Summary, Statement, Dear Colleague), 1991
2959Rowland Correspondence, 1991-1992
29510HR 5193: Veterans Affairs/Department of Defense Health Care Sharing, 1992
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2961Veterans Affairs – Sharing (folder 1 of 3), 1990-1992
2962Veterans Affairs – Sharing (folder 2 of 3), 1990-1992
2963Veterans Affairs – Sharing (folder 3 of 3), 1990-1992
2964San Diego Pilot Program, 1990
2965Sharing Agreements: Augusta Field Hearing (folder 1 of 3), February 18, 1994
2966Sharing Agreements: Augusta Field Hearing (folder 2 of 3), February 18, 1994
2967Sharing Agreements: Augusta Field Hearing (folder 3 of 3), February 18, 1994
2968Smoking in Veterans Affairs [Health Care Facilities], 1993
2969Women Veterans, 1993
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2971Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 1 of 3), April-May 1992
2972Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 2 of 3), April-May 1992
2973Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 3 of 3), April-May 1992
2974Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 1 of 2), May-June 1992
2975Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 2 of 2), May-June 1992
2976Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 1 of 2), May-July 1992
2977Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 2 of 2), May-July 1992
2978Veterans Projects – Sharing – Including Larry Christman’s Stuff (folder 1 of 3), July-August, October 1992
2979Veterans Projects – Sharing – Including Larry Christman’s Stuff (folder 2 of 3), July-August, October 1992
29710Veterans Projects – Sharing – Including Larry Christman’s Stuff (folder 3 of 3), July-August, October 1992
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2981Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 1 of 4), August-October 1992
2982Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 2 of 4), August-October 1992
2983Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 3 of 4), August-October 1992
2984Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 4 of 4), August-October 1992
2985Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 1 of 3) [RESTRICTED], October 1992-February 1993
2986Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 2 of 3), October 1992-February 1993
2987Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 3 of 3), October 1992-February 1993
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2991Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 1 of 4), February-March 1993
2992Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 2 of 4), February-March 1993
2993Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 3 of 4), February-March 1993
2994Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 4 of 4), February-March 1993
2995Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 1 of 5), February-May 1993
2996Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 2 of 5), February-May 1993
2997Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 3 of 5), February-May 1993
2998Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 4 of 5), February-May 1993
2999Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 5 of 5), February-May 1993
29910Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 1 of 2), May 1993
29911Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 2 of 2), May 1993
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3001Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 1 of 4), May-June 1993
3002Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 2 of 4), May-June 1993
3003Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 3 of 4), May-June 1993
3004Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 4 of 4), May-June 1993
3005Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 1 of 5), June-September 1993
3006Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 2 of 5), June-September 1993
3007Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 3 of 5), June-September 1993
3008Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 4 of 5), June-September 1993
3009Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 5 of 5), June-September 1993
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3011Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 1 of 3), September-November 1993
3012Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 2 of 3), September-November 1993
3013Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 3 of 3), September-November 1993
3014Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 1 of 5), November 1993-February 1994
3015Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 2 of 5), November 1993-February 1994
3016Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 3 of 5), November 1993-February 1994
3017Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 4 of 5), November 1993-February 1994
3018Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 5 of 5), November 1993-February 1994
3019Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 1 of 5), March-October 1994
30110Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 2 of 5), March-October 1994
30111Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 3 of 5), March-October 1994
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3021Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 4 of 5), March-October 1994
3022Letters to Constituents [Legislative Mail] (folder 5 of 5), March-October 1994
10. Joanna Kile White, 1986-1994
Extent: 5.0 boxes
Extent: (2.25 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Joanna Kile White joined Rowland’s staff as a legislative assistant for a short period of time, from July 1992 through 1993, the first session of the 103rd Congress. Prior to her work with Rowland, Joanna served as a legislative assistant to Representative Terry L. Bruce of Illinois.Joanna’s files are organized chronologically by legislative topic and are legislative research files. She was responsible for handling select Energy and Commerce legislative issues, such as long-term care insurance, food safety, the Clean Air Act, and the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). She also handled transportation legislation related to Wayports, a system of rural airports proposed by Rowland to alleviate congestion at busier airport facilities around the country. Joanna’s files document Rowland’s active legislative interests from the late 1980s through 1993. Her files reflect several previous “owners”: Health-related files had been previously kept by Adam Jablonowski (1986), Cleo Caldwell (1987), Chris Hunt and Kathy Hennemuth (1988-1989). Other Energy and Commerce issues were mostly handled by Karen Mogan and were passed to Joanna when Karen left the staff in 1992.
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3031HR 3491 Long Term Care Insurance, 1986-1989
3032HR 3491 Long Term Care Insurance: Collins Bill-Long Term Care Standards, 1987, 1992
3033HR 3491 Long Term Care Insurance: Georgia’s Information on Long Term Care, 1992
3034HR 3491 Long Term Care Insurance: HR 1205, 1987-1989, 1993
3035HR 3491 Long Term Care Insurance: HR 1933 Work Folder, 1993
3036HR 3491 Long Term Care Insurance: HR 1933 Regulations of Long Term Care Insurance Policies, Amend Internal Revenue Code of 1986, 1987, 1989, 1986, 1987, 1989
3037HR 3491 Long Term Care Insurance: HR 1933-Long Term Care 100th Congress Rowland’s Bill, 1987-1990
3038HR 3491 Long Term Care Insurance: Cosponsorships for HR 1933, 1987, 1989
3039Clean Air Act-Conference, 1989-1991
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3041Clean Air Act (folder 1 of 2), 1990-1993
3042Clean Air Act (folder 2 of 2), 1990-1993
3043Clean Air Act - Final Summaries (folder 1 of 3), 1990
3044Clean Air Act - Final Summaries (folder 2 of 3), 1990
3045Clean Air Act - Final Summaries (folder 3 of 3), 1990
3046Open Remarks [Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)], 1992
3047Issues Agricultural Composting Amendment [Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)], 1992
3048Bottle Bill [Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)], 1993
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3051Flow Control [Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)], 1993
3052Flow Control [Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)], 1992
3053Packaging, Recycling-American Frozen Food Institute (AFFI), Grocery Manufacturers of America (GMA), Foodservice and Packaging Institute (FPI) [Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)], 1991-1992
3054Kaolin [Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA)], 1992
3055Dingell-Bilirakis Newsprint [Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Amendment], 1992
3056Wayport (folder 1 of 3), 1988-1990
3057Wayport (folder 2 of 3), 1988-1990
3058Wayport (folder 3 of 3), 1988-1990
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3061Food Safety - Administration, 1993-1994
3062Food Safety - Briefing, 1993
3063Food Safety - Correspondence, 1993
3064Food Safety - Dear Colleagues, 1992-1993
3065Food Safety - Memos, 1993
3066Food Safety - Bill Summary, 1991, 1993
3067Food Safety - News Articles, 1989-1994
3068Food Safety - Players, 1990-1994
3069Food Safety - Reports (folder 1 of 2), 1989-1992
30610Food Safety - Reports (folder 2 of 2), 1989-1992
30611Food Safety - What About Pesticides and Fertilizers?, 1989
30612Food Safety - Miscellaneous: Joint Hearing on Pesticides-Meeting with Administration (folder 1 of 2), September 21, 1993
30613Food Safety - Miscellaneous: Joint Hearing on Pesticides-Meeting with Administration (folder 2 of 2), September 21, 1993
BoxFolder
3071Miscellaneous: Food Safety Facts-Grocery Manufacturers of America (GMA), 1992-1993
3072Food Safety - Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 3), 1988-1993
3073Food Safety - Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 3), 1988-1993
3074Food Safety - Miscellaneous (folder 3 of 3), 1988-1993