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Box 55 - Miscellaneous (1971) -Ways and Means: Wage Freeze (1971). (92nd Congress: 1971)
F1 Miscellaneous (1971).
Folder includes correspondence containing various issues within the same letter. Topics include military base; Speaker McCormack emoluments; procedural reforms; watershed issues; advertisements through the mail; welfare; revenue sharing; legalizing abortions; Lockheed situation; Ocean Mammals Protection Act; United Nations; urban renewal; Child Development Act; and granting Guam and Virgin Islands a non-voting delegate in Congress. Correspondents include American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees AFL-CIO; Ted Stevens; Ron DeLugo, Virgin Islands Representative to Washington DC; and correspondence from constituents dealing with a state proposed gas tax.
F2 Post Office and Civil Service (1971).
Topics include Federal Postal Reorganization Act; hospitalization insurance; Civil Service Commission; Federal Employee Freedom of Choice Act; and air traffic controllers.
F3 Post Office and Civil Service: Blue Cross and Blue Shield (1971).
Topics include an increase in premiums.
F4 Post Office and Civil Service: Militarization of Civilian Jobs (1971).
F5 Post Office and Civil Service: Pay Raise (1971).
Topics include Pay System for Prevailing Rate Employees Report. Correspondents include American Federation of Government Employees and Oklahoma Council of Government Employees.
F6 Post Office and Civil Service: Retirement Benefits (1971).
Topics include presidential and widow pension; congressional pension; Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC); government and individual contributions; Dual Compensation Act; and state-federal cooperative. Correspondents include David N. Henderson; Bun B. Bray, Jr; and Wilburn Cartwright.
F7 Public Works (1971).
Topics include Economic Development Administration; Public Works Acceleration Act, Public Works and Economic Development Act, and Appalachian Regional Development Act Extensions Report; watershed and reservoir projects; Economic Disaster Area Assistance Act; The Bicycle Transportation Act of 1971; emergency health and medical services; and disaster relief. Correspondents include James Kee; Brock Adams; and Oklahoma State Department of Health.
F8 Public Works: Pollution (1971).
Topics include Water Pollution and Air Pollution Control Act; Clean Air Amendments of 1970; National Air Quality Standards Act of 1970; and several school project letters.
F9 Rules (1971).
Topics include the creation of a Select Committee on Aging.
F10 Science and Astronautics (1971).
Topics include the space program.
F11 Small Business: Folder 1 of 2 (1971).
Topics include Small Business Act; Impact of Federal Military and Civilian Installations on Small Business; IRS problems and small business; Small Business Simplification and Reform Act of 1971; Fair Labor Standards Act; oil imports; and Concentration by Competing Raw Fuel Industries on the Energy Market and Its Impact on Small Business Report. Correspondents include James C. Corman; Lintz Department Stores; United States Department of the Interior, Office of Oil and Gas; Joe L. Evins; and Small Business Administration.
F12 Small Business: Folder 2 of 2 (1971).
Folder includes file on Bell Oil Company, Bell Investment Company, and Louis K. Bell investigation. Correspondents include Internal Revenue Service; Carl Albert; and Joe L. Evins.
F13 Small Business: N.F.I.B. Ballots (1971).
Folder includes The Mandate 390; NFIB Ballots and correspondence by NFIB.
F14 Veterans' Affairs (1971).
Topics include cost of living pension increase; Summary of Veterans’ Legislation Reported; Increasing Non-Service-Connected Pensions and Income Limitations Applicable Thereto Report; GI Bill of Rights; Veterans Housing Act of 1970; Authority to Sell Veterans’ Direct Loans Under Prevailing Mortgage Market Conditions Report; Veterans’ Education and Training Assistance Act of 1971; Veterans’ Administration Medical School Assistance and Health Service Personnel and Training Act of 1971; National Service Life Insurance policy holders; and Liberalization of Disability and Death Pension Report. Correspondents include Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW); Olin E. Teague; and VFW Department of Oklahoma.
F15 Ways and Means: Folder 1 of 2 (1971).
Topics include welfare benefits and reform; general revenue sharing; federal estate taxes; oil imports; tax structure for married versus singles; Small Business Tax Simplification and Reform Act of 1971; national health insurance; excise tax on new automobiles; import surcharge; (7%) investment tax credit; Revenue Act of 1971; and national sales tax. Correspondents include Victor Wickersham, Oklahoma State Representative; Oklahoma Automobile Dealer Association; Wilbur Mills; David Hall, Governor of Oklahoma; American Institute of Professional Geologists, Oklahoma Section; and Oklahoma Hardware and Implement Association.
F16 Ways and Means: Folder 2 of 2 (1971).
Topics include Family Assistance Act of 1970; revenue sharing; tax reform; tax credits; national health insurance; General Revenue Sharing Act of 1971; college education costs deductions; welfare structure and reform; National Health Care Act of 1971; and investment credit allowance. Correspondents include James H. Norick, mayor of Oklahoma City; American Association of Presidents of Independent Colleges and University; David L. Boren, Oklahoma State Representative; Oklahoma State Health Planning Agency; AFL-CIO; Preston Smith, Governor of Texas; League of Women Voters of Oklahoma; and Al Ullman.
F17 Ways and Means: Social Security: Folder 1 of 2 (1971).
Topics include Social Security Amendments of 1971; family guaranteed annual income; Family Assistance Plan; and chiropractic care under Medicare. Correspondents include Wilbur Mills; AFL-CIO; Wilbur J. Cohen, former Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare; Democratic Study Group; Oklahoma Blue Cross and Blue Shield Plans; and The Oklahoma State Medical Association.
F18 Ways and Means: Social Security: Folder 2 of 2 (1971).
Topics include chiropractic care under Medicare and Social Security Amendment Act of 1971. Correspondents include Oklahoma State Medical Association; Oklahoma Hospital Association; and Edith Richardson, Secretary of Health Education and Welfare.
F19 Ways and Means: Wage Freeze (1971).
Topics include wage-price freeze to teacher contracts; wage-price freeze for federal employees; and delay pay raises from January to July 1972. Correspondents include Oklahoma Education Association and AFL-CIO.
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