RICHARD K. ARMEY COLLECTION

Box and Folder Inventory

Box 44

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Box 44: Legislative, Agriculture, Fruit Marketing Order, 1939, 1983-1989 - Legislative, Auto Insurance, Auto Choice Reform Act of 1997, Clippings, September-December 1998

F 1:   Legislative, Agriculture, Fruit Marketing Order, 1939, 1983-1989.

Folder contains clippings and reports re marketing orders of mainly citrus fruits. Topics include destruction of crops, oranges, lemons, and free marketing. Correspondents include James C. Handley (testimony). Folder includes “The Role of Marketing Orders in Establishing and Maintaining Orderly Marketing Conditions” from the U.S. Comptroller General.

F 2:   Legislative, Agriculture, Fruit Marketing Orders, 1990.

Folder contains correspondence re marketing orders of mainly citrus fruits. Topics include shipping quotas of California and Arizona navel oranges. Correspondents include Farmers Alliance for Improved Regulation.

F 3:   Legislative, Agriculture, Honey, 1990, 1992-1993.

Folder contains mainly Dear Colleague correspondence. Topics include honey subsidies. Correspondents include Charles W. Stenholm, Silvio O. Conte, and American Honey Producers Association.

F 4:   Legislative, Agriculture, Market Promotion Program, 1991-1993.

Folder contains clippings, Congressional Record excerpts, and Dear Colleague correspondence re providing federal funds to food processing corporation to advertise their programs abroad.

F 5:   Legislative, Agriculture, Miscellaneous, 1985, 1987, 1990, 1995, 1999.

Topics include National School Lunch Program. Correspondents include Ron Machtley, Newt Gingrich, Tom DeLay, John Thune, Jo Ann Emerson, Wes Watkins, Rick Hill C.W. (Bill) Young, and Larry Combest.

F 6:   Legislative, Agriculture, Payment Limitations, 1987-1989.

Folder contains General Accounting Office reports, Congressional Research Service reports, clippings, a briefing outline, and an audit report from the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service re farm subsidies.

F 7:   Legislative, Agriculture, Payment Limitations, 1990-1991.

Folder contains typescripts, Dear Colleague correspondence, and miscellaneous material re farm subsidies. Much of the material relates to the Food and Agricultural Resources Act of 1990 and to the Schumer-Armey Amendment. Topics include means test and Fair Farm Subsidies Act. Correspondents include Dana Rohrabacher, National Grange, Silvio O. Conte, Republican Study Committee, Charles Schumer, Henry Hyde, Robert C. Smith, Bill Green, Harris W. Fawell, Jim Lightfoot, Howard Wolpe, and E (Kika) de la Garza.

F 8:   Legislative, Agriculture, Peanuts, n.d., 1981, 1985-1989.

Folder contains miscellaneous material on the peanut support program.

F 9:   Legislative, Agriculture, Peanuts, 1990.

Folder contains clippings, statements, and correspondence. Topics include Food and Agricultural Resources Act of 1990, peanut support program, Peanut Program Modernization Act, Armey-Jacobs Amendment, and marketing quota program. Correspondents include Bill Grant, Tom Lewis, Charles W. Stenholm, America Farm Bureau Federation (statement), National Peanut Growers Group (statement), American Peanut Product Manufacturers (statement), John Campbell (statement), Peanut Butter and Nut Processors Association, Amy Jacobs, and Wayne Owens.

F 10:    Legislative, Agriculture, Peanuts, 1991-1995.

Folder contains correspondence, news releases, and clippings. Topics include peanut shortage, import of peanuts, peanut price supports, marketing quota program, peanut butter, and school lunch program. Correspondents include Andy Jacobs, Bill Gradison, Marge Roukema, Mike Espy, Jack Kingston, and Saxby Chambliss.

F 11:    Legislative, Agriculture, Sugar, 1988-1990, 1993, 1995.

Folder contains correspondence, clippings, reports, and statements. Topics include sugar price supports, sugar imports, Fanjul family, Food and Agricultural Resources Act of 1990, and North American Free Trade Agreement. Correspondents include Sweetener Users Association (statement and remarks), Bill Schuette, Charles W. Stenholm, Bill Gradison, Thomas J. Downey, Tom Carper, John Porter, Carla A. Hills, Jerry Huckaby, Virginia Smith, and Bob Traxler. The folder also has several letters signed by several members of Congress.

F 12:    Legislative, AmeriCorps, 1993, 1995-1997, 1999.
Folder contains correspondence, reports, and statistics re problems within the program. Topics include volunteerism, community service, and national service. Correspondents include Newt Gingrich, Tom DeLay, John A. Boehner, Corporation for National Service, Harris Wofford (remarks), Charles Grassley (remarks), House Republican Conference, Heritage Foundation, and Congressional Research Service.

F 13:    Legislative, Auto Insurance, Auto Choice, Background, n.d.

Folder contains lists, clippings, diagrams, typescripts on auto choice, and notes.

F 14:    Legislative, Auto Insurance, Auto Choice, Background, 1970, 1978, 1992.

Folder contains miscellaneous material including a copy of the 1978 bill Standards for No-Fault Motor Vehicle Accident Benefits Act and clippings.

F 15:    Legislative, Auto Insurance, Auto Choice, Background, 1993, 1995-1996.

Folder contains clippings, reports, and a copy of Automobile Insurance and No-Fault Law 2D by Robert H. Joost. Topics include tort system, no-fault insurance, auto choice as a model of federalism, Robert Dole, and lower insurance premiums. Correspondents include Rand’s Institute for Civil Justice (reports), Mitch McConnell (news release), Alliance of American Insurers and National Association of Independent Insurers (statement), Steve Forbes (editorial), and Jack Kemp (article in National Law Journal).

F 16:    Legislative, Auto Insurance, Auto Choice Reform Act of 1997, 1997-1998.

Folder contains copies of both the House (H.R. 2021) and Senate (S. 625) versions of the act introduced in the 105th Congress. Mitch McConnell introduced S. 625 in April 1997; in September 1998, a new version of this bill (S. 2454) was introduced. Folder has numerous cosponsor sheets for H.R. 2021.

F 17:    Legislative, Auto Insurance, Auto Choice Reform Act of 1997, Clippings, January-June 1997.

Topics include cost of auto insurance, litigation after automobile accidents, no-fault insurance, Christine Todd Whitman, pain and suffering, trial lawyers, Mitch McConnell, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, and Joseph Lieberman.

F 18:    Legislative, Auto Insurance, Auto Choice Reform Act of 1997, Clippings, July-August 1997.

Topics include no-fault insurance, cost of auto insurance, trial lawyers, pain and suffering, limited tort, and Christine Todd Whitman. Correspondents include Steve Forbes.

F 19:    Legislative, Auto Insurance, Auto Choice Reform Act of 1997, Clippings, September-December 1997.

Topics include no-fault insurance, pain and suffering, trial lawyers, Christine Todd Whitman, and limited tort.

F 20:    Legislative, Auto Insurance, Auto Choice Reform Act of 1997, Clippings, January-April 1998.

Topics include no-fault insurance, cost of auto insurance, tort coverage, pain and suffering, and Association of Trial Lawyers of America.

F 21:    Legislative, Auto Insurance, Auto Choice Reform Act of 1997, Clippings, May-August 1998.

Topics include no-fault insurance, trial lawyers, cost of auto insurance, tort maintenance coverage, and pain and suffering.

F 22:    Legislative, Auto Insurance, Auto Choice Reform Act of 1997, Clippings, September-December 1998.

Topics include no-fault insurance, pain and suffering, cost of auto insurance, trial lawyers, and tort coverage.

 

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