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Box 77: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, L-Mc, 1967 - Legislation, Senate Finance Committee, 1967

F 1: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, L-Mc, 1967.

Topics include chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, medicare law and legislation in the United States, psychologists in the United States, public welfare law and legislation in the United States, Long Amendment, Social Security Act, and social security amendments of 1967. Correspondents include American Foundation for the Blind (statement), American Psychological Association, Citizens' Committee for the Children of New York, Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, and National Grange.

F 2: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, M, 1967.

Topics include United States Department of Health Education and Welfare, aid to families with dependent children programs in the United States, child welfare in the United States, chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, medicare law and legislation in the United States, podiatry, social security law and legislation in the United States, Podiatry Amendment, Social Security Act, and social security amendments of 1967. Correspondents include Joseph Montoya, John M. Murphy, American Insurance Association, American Orthopsychiatric Association, and the Puerto Rico Medical Association.

F 3: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, N-O, 1967.

Topics include services for the blind, social security law and legislation in the United States, Smathers Amendment, and social security amendments of 1967. Correspondents include National Association of Social Workers and the National Federation of the Blind.

F 4: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, P-R, 1967.

Topics include chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, hospitals finance law and legislation in the United States, medicare law and legislation in the United States, Public Health Service Act, and social security amendments of 1967. Correspondents include Santiago Polanco-Abreu, American Association of Retired Persons, National Association of Social Workers in Washington, D.C., National Retired Teachers Association, Oklahoma Department of Public Welfare, Oklahoma Hospital Association, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Association of Volunteer Bureaus of America, and United Women of the Americas.

F 5: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, R-S, 1967.

Topics include medical care for the aged in the United States, chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, social security law and legislation in the United States, taxation law and legislation in the United States, Vietnamese conflict of 1961-1975, and social security amendments of 1967. Correspondents include AFL-CIO, American Paper Institute, Child Welfare League of America, United States National Association of Retail Druggists, United States National Conference of State Social Security Administrators, National Congress of Parents and Teachers, Oklahoma Department of Public Welfare, Oklahoma Nursing Home Association, Oklahoma Retired Teachers Association, Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, Searle (G. D.) and Company, Barres-Hind Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Carter-Wallace and Company, Citizens' Committee for Medicaid, and Physicians Forum.

F 6: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, T-W, 1967.

Topics include medical care for the aged in the United States, chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, hospitals finance law and legislation in the United States, medicare law and legislation in the United States, nursing schools in the United States, social security law and legislation in the United States, taxation law and legislation in the United States, Hill-Burton Program, and social security amendments of 1967. Correspondents include John J. Williams, Charles W. Whalen, American Medical Association, Financial Executives Research Foundation, National Council of Jewish Women, Oklahoma Hospital Association, Sunray DX Oil Company, United States Social Security Administration, University of Oklahoma Medical Center, and Tom Vail.

F 7: Legislation, Finance, Constituent Correspondence, W-Z, 1967.

Topics include Wilbur D. Mills, American Medical Association, United States Food and Drug Administration, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, medical care for the aged in the United States, aid to families with dependent children programs in the United States, services for the blind in the United States, chiropractic law and legislation in the United States, medicare law and legislation in the United States, social security law and legislation in the United States, John W. Young, Medicare Act, National Formulatory Bill, and social security amendments of 1967. Correspondents include Frank E. Moss, AFL-CIO Industrial Union Department, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Oklahoma., National Urban League, and the American Council of Women Chiropractors.

F 8: Legislation, Finance Committee, Foreign Trade, 1967.

Topics include Russell B. Long, American Association of Port Authorities, American Fur Merchants' Association, Inc., capital gains tax law and legislation in the United States, import quotas in the United States, steel industry and trade in the United States, United States foreign economic relations, Beef Import Law of 1964, Byrd Amendment, Export-Import Bank Bill, Internal Revenue Code of 1954, and the Steel Quota Bill. Correspondents include Warren G. Magnuson, American Carpet Institute, Inc., Armco Steel Corporation, Borg-Warner Corporation, United States National Farmers Organization, United States National Farmers' Union, Textile Workers Union of America, United States Department of the Treasury, United States-Japan Trade Council, Hugo Neu Corporation, and the National Livestock Feeders Association.

F 9: Legislation, Finance Committee, Tax and Revenue Measures, 1967.

Topics include investment tax credit law and legislation in the United States. Correspondents include Mike Mansfield, William Proxmire, American Paper Institute, American Smelting and Refining Company, American Trucking Associations, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company in Chicago, Electronic Industries Association, Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, United States Steel Corporation, and the American Textile Machinery Association.

F 10: Legislation, Labor and Public Welfare Committee, 1967.

Topics include Lister Hill, Lyndon B. Johnson, A. S. Mike Monroney, Fredrick B. Rooney, child welfare in the United States, hospitals design and construction in the United States, medicare law and legislation in the United States, nursing schools in the United States, public welfare law and legislation in the United States, Hill-Burton Program, Partnership for Health Act, and the Rooney Bill. Correspondents include Peter H. Dominick and the Humane Society of the United States.

F 11: Legislation, Labor and Public Welfare Committee, 1967.

Topics include LaDonna Harris, Wayne L. Morse, alcoholism in the United States, children of migrant laborers education law and legislation in the United States, employment agencies in the United States, roads design and construction in the United States, water resources development, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Elementary and Secondary Education Act amendments of 1967, Emergency Employment Act of 1967, Equal Employment Opportunities Enforcement Act, Railroad Retirement Act, Situs Picketing Bill, and social security amendments of 1967. Correspondents include Andrew J. Biemiller, Jennings Randolph, Gaylord Nelson, Frank E. Moss, Joseph S. Clark, Jacob K. Javits, AFL-CIO, League of Women Voters of Tulsa, Oklahoma State Medical Association, United States Senate Committee on Government Operations, and Oscar V. Rose.

F 12: Legislation, Labor and Public Welfare on Indian Education, 1967.

Topics include Robert F. Kennedy, United States Senate Special Subcommittee on Indian Education, and Indians of North America education. Correspondents include LaDonna Harris.

F 13: Legislation, Post Office and Civil Service Committee, 1967.

Topics include postal rates in the United States, United States officials and employees civil rights, and United States officials and employees pensions. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, Catholic Press Association, Carl A Baer, and John M. Burzio.

F 14: Legislation, Increase in Postage Rates, Junk Mail, 1967.

Topics include A. S. Mike Monroney, postal rates in the United States, United States officials and employees salaries, etc., and the Postal Revenue Act of 1967. Correspondents include Eugene Butler, Ken Hechler, C. C. Randolph, National Federation of Independent Business (press release), Reuel W Little, and Capitol Records, Inc.

F 15: Legislation, Post Office, Star Route Contractors, 1967.

Topics include star routes, federal hourly wage law, and the Service Contract Act of 1965.

F 16: Legislation, Public Works Committee, 1967.

Topics include Four Corners Region, Ozark Mountains economic conditions, and the Public Works and Economic Development Act of 1965. Correspondents include Edward V. Long and the United States Senate Committee on Public Works (press release).

F 17: Legislation, Government Research Subcommittee, 1967.

Topics include Walter F. Mondale, National Foundation for Social Sciences, United States Senate Committee on Government Operations Subcommittee on Government Research, Dakota Indians in the United States, federal aid to community development in the United States, federal aid to research in the United States, and the Social Accounting Act of 1967. Correspondents include A. S. Mike Monroney, Abraham Ribicoff, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

F 18: Legislation, Select Committee on Standards and Conduct, 1967 - 1968.

Topics include United States Congress ethics, Adam Clayton Powell, campaign funds law and legislation in the United States, prayer in the public schools in the United States, tax evasion in the United States, and the Dirksen Prayer Amendment. Correspondents include Howard W. Cannon, Everett M. Dirksen, Thomas J. Dodd, and Mike Mansfield.

F 19: Legislation, Small Business Committee, 1967.

Topics include United States Senate Committee on Small Business Subcommittee on Monopoly, United States Food and Drug Administration, United States Small Business Administration, drug prices law and legislation in the United States, Clayton Act, and the Robinson-Patman Act. Correspondents include Gaylord Nelson, George A. Smathers, American Civil Liberties Union, National Federation of Independent Business, and Smith Kline & French Laboratories.

F 20: Legislation, Senate Finance Committee, 1967.

Topics include Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association, United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, United States Tariff Commission, foreign trade regulation in the United States, import quotas in the United States, investment tax credit law and legislation in the United States, Flat Glass Import Bill, International Antidumping Code, Kennedy Round Agreement, Edmund S. Muskie, Oil Import Bill, Orderly Marketing Act, Sugar Act, and the Trade Expansion Act of 1962. Correspondents include Everett M. Dirksen, Henry H. Fowler (statement), Mike Mansfield, Clarence M. Mitchell, Jennings Randolph, Charles L. Schultze (statement), Allied Chemical Corporation, American Importers Association, American Machine Tool Distributors Association, American Mining Congress, Association of American Railroads, International Associations of Ice Cream Manufacturers, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, F. A. Calvert (president of the Independent Petroleum Association of America, Hugh M. Sandlin, and Tom Vail.

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