ELWYN B. ROBINSON DEPARTMENT OF SPECIAL COLLECTIONS
CHESTER FRITZ LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA
GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA 58202

QUENTIN BURDICK PAPERS

COLLECTION: OGL# 204 (addition)

DATES: 1977-1984

SIZE: 76.25 linear feet

INTRODUCTION

ACQUISITION: This addition to the Quentin Burdick Papers was deposited in the Orin G. Libby Manuscript Collection (Acc.#85-1415). The acquisition records are unavailable, although it is likely the material was deposited by Quentin Burdick. The collection was opened for research following Burdick's death on September 8, 1992.

ACCESS: Available for inspection under the rules and regulations of the Department of Special Collections.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

This addition to the Quentin Burdick Papers dates from 1977-1984, and has been divided into four series as follows:

 

Series I: Correspondence, 1980-1983

This series includes correspondence, petitions, telephone messages, informational literature, and invitations covering a multitude of subjects of national and international nature. The correspondence includes material from constituents, concerned citizens, and congressional colleagues, as well as letters generated by Senator Burdick and his staff. The files have been arranged alphabetically by the surname of the letter writer. Box 506 – Box 531

 

Series II: Subject Files, 1980-1983

This series includes correspondence, petitions, telephone messages, informational literature, and invitations covering a multitude of subjects of national and international nature. The correspondence includes material from constituents, concerned citizens, and congressional colleagues, as well as letters generated by Senator Burdick and his staff. These files have been arranged alphabetically by subject.

Sub-Series A: 1981, Box 532 – Box 538

Sub-Series B: 1982, Box 538 – Box 544

Sub-Series C: 1983, Box 544 – Box 549

 

Subject III: North Dakota Subject Files, 1982-1983

This series includes correspondence, petitions, telephone messages, informational literature, and invitations covering a multitude of local and state subjects. The correspondence includes material from constituents, concerned citizens, and congressional colleagues, as well as letters generated by Senator Burdick and his staff. The series has been sub-divided as follows:

 

Sub-Series A: A to Z, Box 550 – Box 553

Sub-Series B: Post Office Files, Box 553 – Box 557

 

Series IV: Legislative Files

This series consists of legislative files which typically contain the text of bills and amendments, correspondence from constituents, concerned citizens, and congressional colleagues, the text of testimony before Congress, documents regarding the progress of legislation through Congress, and selections from the Congressional Review . The series has been sub-divided as follows:

Sub-Series A: 95 th Congress, 1977-1978

Sub-Series B: 97 th Congress, 1981-1982

 

Series V: Military Academy Appointment Files, 1981-1984

This series consists of correspondence relating to the appointments of students at military academies in the United States . Box 567

BOX AND FOLDER INVENTORY

Series I: Correspondence, 1980-1983

Box 506

Folders 1-32

AA-AZ

 

Box 507

Folders 1-33

BAA-BEZ

 

Box 508

Folders 1-39

BIA-BROV

 

Box 509

Folders 1-23

BROW-CAP

 

Box 510

Folders 1-36

CAR-CZ

 

Box 511

Folders 1-35

DA-DONH

 

Box 512

Folders 1-37

DONI-EZ

 

Box 513

Folders 1-40

F

 

Box 514

Folders 1-51

GA-GUH

 

Box 515

Folders 1-49

GUI-HERZ

 

Box 516

Folders 1-43

HES-JAM

 

Box 517

Folders 1-43

J-KLINK

 

Box 518

Folders 1-35

KLINL-LARSON (M)

 

Box 519

Folders 1-43

LARSON (N)-MAQ

 

Box 520

Folders 1-40

MARA-MINOT

 

Box 521

Folders 1-32

MINOT-MZ

 

Box 522

Folders 1-34

N

 

Box 523

Folders 1-37

O-PERL

 

Box 524

Folders 1-40

PERM-REI

 

Box 525

Folders 1-49

REJ-SCHAT

 

Box 526

Folders 1-50

SCHAU-SJ

 

Box 527

Folders 1-42

SK-STRAK

 

Box 528

Folders 1-53

STRAL-TZ, Tighe-Tri County Electric Cooperative

 

Box 529

Folders 1-28

Tri County Water Users-V

 

Box 530

Folders 1-32

W-WG

 

Box 531

Folders 1-35

WHA-Z

Series II: Subject Files, 1981-1983

Sub-Series A: 1981

Box 532

Folder

  1. “A” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  2. ABORTION, 1981
  3. AIR FORCE, 1981
  4. AGRICULTURE DEPT., 1981
  5. AGRICULTURE YEARBOOKS, 1981
  6. AIRLINES, 1981
  7. ALASKA PIPELINE, 1981
  8. AMTRAK, 1981
  9. ARMY DEPARTMENT, 1980-81
  10. ARMY ENGINEERS, 1981
  11. AUTOGRAPHS, 1981
  12. “B” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  13. BANKRUPTCY, 1981
  14. BARLEY, 1981
  15. BEEF, 1981
  16. BIOGRAPHY, 1981
  17. BOOKS, 1981
  18. BUREAU OF CENSUS, 1981
  19. BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, 1981
  20. BUREAU OF PRISONS, 1980
  21. BUREAU OF BUDGET, 1981

 

Box 533

Folder

  1. “C” MISCELLANEOUS, 1980-81
  2. CANCER, 1980
  3. CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD, 1981
  4. CIVIL RIGHTS, 1980
  5. CIVIL SERVICE COMMISION, 1981
  6. CIVIL SERVICE RETIREMENT, 1981
  7. CLEAN AIR, 1981
  8. COMMERCE DEPARMTENT, 1981
  9. CONGRATULATION MESSAGES, 1981
  10. CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY, 1981
  11. CONSUMER PROTECTION AGENCY, 1981
  12. COPYRIGHT, 1981
  13. COLA, 1981
  14. “D” MISCELLANEOUS, 1980
  15. DAY LIGHT SAVINGS TIME, 1981
  16. DEFENSE DEPARTMENT, 1981
  17. DRAFT, 1981
  18. DRUGS, 1981
  19. “E” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  20. EDA, 1981
  21. EDUCATION, 1981
  22. EL SALVADOR , 1981
  23. EMBASSY, 1981
  24. ENERGY, 1981
  25. ENERGY FUEL ASSISSTANCE, 1981
  26. EVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, 1981
  27. “F” MISCELLANEOUS, 1980-81
  28. FAIR LABOR STANDARDS, 1981
  29. FARMERS BULLETINS, 1980-81
  30. FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION, 1981
  31. FARM PROGRAM, 1981
  32. FAVORABLE ACTION, 1981
  33. FEDERAL COMMUNICATION COMMISSION, 1981

Box 534

Folder

  1. FEDERAL AVIATION AGENCY, 1980-81
  2. FEDERAL CROP INSURANCE, 1980
  3. FEDERAL HOME ADMINISTRATION, 1981
  4. FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK BOARD, 1981
  5. FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, 1981
  6. FEDERAL TRADE COMMISION, 1981
  7. FIRE ARMS, 1981
  8. FISH AND WILDLIFE, 1981
  9. FOOD NUTRITION SERVICE, 1981
  10. FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, 1981
  11. FOOD STAMPS, 1981
  12. FOREIGN AID, 1980-81
  13. FORM LETTERS, 1981
  14. FUR SEALS, 1981
  15. “G” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  16. GAS, 1981
  17. GENERAL SERVICE ADMINSTRATION, 1980-81
  18. G.I. BILL, 1981
  19. GOLD STANDARD, 1981
  20. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICES, 1981
  21. GOVERNMENT SPENDING, 1981
  22. GRAZING, 1981
  23. GRAIN, 1981
  24. GREETINGS, 1981
  25. GTA, 1981
  26. “H” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  27. HEALTH INSURANCE, 1981
  28. HEALTH EDUCATION WELFARE, 1980-81
  29. HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, 1981
  30. HOUSING AND HOME FINANCE, 1978-81
  31. HOUSING ADMIN., 1981
  32. “I” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  33. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE, 1981
  34. INAGURATION, 1980-81
  35. INDIANS, 1981
  36. INFLATION, 1981
  37. INTERIOR DEPT., 1981
  38. INTEREST RATES, 1981
  39. ICC, 1981
  40. INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, 1981

Box 535

Folder

  1. INVITATIONS, 1981
  2. INVITATIONS, 1981
  3. “J” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  4. JOBS, 1976-81
  5. JUSTICE DEPT., 1980-81
  6. “L” MISCELLANEOUS, 1980-81
  7. LABOR DEPT., 1981
  8. LABOR DEPT.- PROPOSED RULE, 1981
  9. LEGISLATION COUNCIL, 1981
  10. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, 1981
  11. “M” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  12. MAILING LIST, 1981
  13. MARINE CORP, 1981
  14. MEDICARE/MEDICAID, 1977-81
  15. MILITARY, 1981
  16. MINIMUM WAGE, 1981
  17. MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS, 1981
  18. MONEY MARKET, 1981

Box 536

Folder

  1. “N” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  2. NATIONAL ENDOWMENTS OF THE ARTS, 1981
  3. NATURAL GAS PRICING, 1981
  4. NATIONAL GUARD, 1981
  5. NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION, 1981
  6. NAVY DEPT., 1980-81
  7. NEWSLETTER, 1981
  8. “O” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  9. OMB, 1981-82
  10. OFFICE OF DEFENSE MOBILIZATION, 1981
  11. OIL, 1981
  12. OLD AGE, 1981
  13. OSHA, 1980-81
  14. “P” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  15. PAY RAISES, 1981
  16. PEACE CORPS, 1981
  17. PHOTOGRAPHS, 1980-81
  18. POLITICAL, 1981
  19. POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT, 1981
  20. POSTAL SERVICE, 1980-81
  21. POSTAL 9-DIGIT ZIPCODE, 1981
  22. POSTAL PAY RAISES, 1981
  23. PRESS RELEASES, 1981
  24. PUBLIC HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, 1981
  25. PSRO, 1981
  26. PUBLIC BROADCASTING, 1981
  27. “Q” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  28. “R” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  29. RAILROAD RETIREMENT, 1981
  30. RAILROAD RETIREMENT, 1982
  31. RAILROAD, 1980-81
  32. RELIGIIOUS BROADCASTING, 1981
  33. RETIREMENT- CIVIL SERVICE

Box 537

Folder

  1. RURAL ELECTRIC, 1981
  2. RURAL TELEPHONE, 1981
  3. RUSSIA , 1981
  4. “S” MISCELLANEOUS, 1980-81
  5. SAUDI ARABIA , 1981
  6. SCHOOL GRANTS, 1981
  7. SCHOOL LUNCHES, 1981
  8. SCHOOL PRAYER, 1980-81
  9. SENATE, 1981
  10. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, 1981
  11. SOCIAL SECURITY ADMIN., 1981
  12. SPPED LIMIT, 1981
  13. STATE DEPT., 1981
  14. SUPREME COURT, 1980-81
  15. SYMPATHY, 1981
  16. “T” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  17. TAXES MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  18. TAXES, 1981

Box 538

Folder

  1. TELEGRAMS, 1981
  2. TELEVISION, 1981
  3. TRANSPORTATION, 1981
  4. TREASURY, 1981
  5. “U” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  6. UNITED NATIONS, 1981
  7. “V” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  8. VETERANS ADMINISTRATION, 1981
  9. VETERANS LEGISLATION, 1981
  10. VOTING, 1981
  11. “W” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981
  12. WATER, 1980-81
  13. WHEAT, 1981
  14. WORLD HUNGER, 1981
  15. “X” “Y” “Z” MISCELLANEOUS

 

Sub-Series B: 1982

  1. “A” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  2. ABORTION, 1982
  3. ACCOMPLISHMENTS, 1981-82
  4. ACCOMPLISHMENTS, 1981-82
  5. AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION, 1982
  6. AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT, 1982
  7. AGRICULTURE YEARBOOKS, 1982

Box 539

Folder

  1. AIRFORCE, 1982
  2. AIRLINES, 1981-82
  3. AIRPORT ADAP, 1981
  4. AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS, 1982
  5. ALASKA PIPELINE, 1982
  6. AMERICAN LEGION, 1982
  7. AMERICAN CONSULATES, 1982
  8. AMTRAK, 1981-1982
  9. ARMY DEPARTMENT, 1982
  10. ARMY ENGINEERS, 1981-82
  11. AUTOGRPAHS, 1982
  12. “B” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  13. BOATING USERS FEE, 1982
  14. B 1 BOMBER, 1982
  15. BUREAU OF BUDGET, 1982
  16. BUREAU OF CENSUS, 1982
  17. BUREAU OF CUSTOMS, 1982
  18. BUS DEREGULATION, 1982
  19. “C” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  20. CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY, 1982
  21. CHEMICAL WARFARE WEAPONS, 1982
  22. CHINA , 1982
  23. CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD, 1982
  24. CIVIL SERVICE RETIREMENT, 1982
  25. CLEAN AIR, 1982
  26. COMMERCE DEPARTMENT, 1982
  27. COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION, 1982
  28. CONGRATULATION MESSAGES, 1982
  29. CONGRESSIONAL TAX, 1981-82
  30. COST OF LIVING, 1982
  31. CUBA , 1982
  32. “D” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981-82
  33. DAVIS BACON, 1982
  34. DEFENSE DEPARTMENT, 1981-82
  35. DRINKIN AGE, 1982
  36. DRUGS, 1982

 

Box 540

Folder

  1. “E” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  2. ECONOMIC INDICATOR, 1982
  3. EDUCATION, 1982
  4. EL SALVADOR , 1982
  5. EMBASSY, 1982
  6. ENERGY, 1982
  7. ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT, 1982
  8. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, 1982
  9. EQUAL RIGHTS, AMENDMENT, 1981-82
  10. “F” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981-82
  11. FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION, 1982
  12. FARM PROGRAMS, 1982
  13. FARM PRICES, 1982
  14. FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, 1982
  15. FEDERAL AVIATION AGENCY, 1981-82
  16. FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION, 1982
  17. FEDERAL CROP INSURANCE CORP., 1982
  18. FEDERAL HOME ADMINISTRATION, 1982
  19. FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD, 1981-82
  20. FEDERAL SPENDING, 1982
  21. FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION, 1981-82
  22. FEDERALISM, 1982
  23. FIREARMS, 1981-82
  24. FLAGS, 1982
  25. FOOD STAMPS, 1981-82
  26. FOREIGN AID, 1982
  27. FUEL ASSISSTANCE, 1982
  28. FUEL ALCOHOL, 1982
  29. “G” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  30. GAS DECONTROL, 1982
  31. GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE, 1982
  32. GENERAL SERVICE ADMINISTRATION, 1981-81
  33. GENOCIDE TREATY, 1981-82
  34. G. I. BILL, 1981-82
  35. GOLD, 1981-82
  36. GOVERNMENT SPENDING, 1982
  37. GRAIN, 1982
  38. GRAZING, 1982
  39. GREETINGS, 1981-82
  40. “H” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  41. HEALTH, 1982
  42. HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, 1982
  43. HOUSING, 1982

Box 541

Folder

  1. “I” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  2. INDIANS, 1982
  3. INDIAN AFFAIRS, 1982
  4. INTERIOR DEPARTMENT, 1982
  5. INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION, 1982
  6. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION, 1982
  7. INFLATION, 1982
  8. INTEREST RATES, 1982
  9. INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, 1981-82
  10. IRAN , 1982
  11. INVITATIONS, 1982
  12. INVITATIONS, 1982
  13. INVITATIONS, 1981-82
  14. INVITATIONS, 1982
  15. INVITATIONS, 1981-82

 

Box 542

Folder

  1. “J” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981-82
  2. “K” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  3. “L” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  4. LABOR DEPARTMENT, 1982
  5. LEGISLATIONVIEWS, 1982
  6. LIBRARYOF CONGRESS, 1981-82
  7. “M” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  8. MARINE CORPS, 1982
  9. MEDICARE, 1981-82
  10. MENTAL HEALTH, 1982
  11. MILITARY, 1982
  12. MX MISSILES, 1982
  13. MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS, 1982
  14. “N” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  15. NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR HUMANITIES, 1982
  16. NATURAL GAS, 1982
  17. NATIONAL GUARD, 1981-82
  18. NATIONAL PARK EMPLOYMENT, 1982
  19. NAVY DEPARTMENT, 1982
  20. NEWSLETTER, 1982
  21. NUCLEAR ARMS, 1982
  22. “O” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  23. OFFICE PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT, 1982
  24. OIL, 1981-82
  25. OLD AGE, 1982
  26. OSHA, 1982
  27. “P” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  28. PAY RAISE, 1982
  29. PEACE CORPS, 1982
  30. PHOTOGRAPHS, 1982
  31. POSTAL RATES, 1982
  32. POSTAL SERVICE, 1982
  33. PRESS RELEASES, 1981-82
  34. PUBLIC HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, 1982
  35. “Q” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  36. “R” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  37. RAILROADS, 1982
  38. RAILROAD RETIREMENT, 1982

Box 543

Folder

  1. REA, 1981-82
  2. RUSSIA , 1982
  3. “S” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  4. SCHOOL LUNCHES, 1982
  5. SCHOOL PRAYER, 1982
  6. SENATE PAGE, 1982
  7. SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, 1982
  8. SOCIAL SECURITY, 1982
  9. STATE DEPARTMENT, 1981-82
  10. STUDENT LOANS, 1981-82
  11. SUGAR, 1982
  12. SUPREME COURT, 1982
  13. SYMPATHY, 1982
  14. “T” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  15. TAXES, 1982
  16. TAXES INCOME, 1981-82
  17. TELEGRAMS, 1982

 

Box 544

Folder

  1. TELEVISION, 1981-82
  2. THANK YOU LETTERS, 1982
  3. TRADE COMMISSION, 1982
  4. TRANSPORTATION, 1982
  5. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, 1981-82
  6. “U” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981-82
  7. UNITED NATIONS, 1981-82
  8. “V” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981-82
  9. VETERANS ADMINISTRATION, 1982
  10. VETERANS LEGISLATION, 1982
  11. VETERANS INSURANCE, 1982
  12. VIETNAM , 1982
  13. VOTING, 1981-82
  14. “W” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  15. WATER POLLUTION, 1981-82
  16. WHEAT, 1982
  17. WHITE HOUSE, 1981-82

 

Sub-Series C: 1983

  1. “A” MISCELLANEOUS, 1983
  2. ABORTION, 1982-83
  3. ABORTION, 1980
  4. ABORTION, 1979
  5. ABORTION 1978
  6. ABORTION 1977
  7. ABORTION 1973-76
  8. ACCOMPLISHMENTS, 1982-83
  9. AGRICULTURE DEPARTMENT, 1982-83
  10. AGRICULTURE YEARBOOKS, 1982-83
  11. AIR FORCE, 1982-83
  12. AMTRAK, 1982-83
  13. ARMY DEPARTMENT 1983
  14. AMRY ENGINEERS, 1982-83
  15. “B” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  16. BUDGET, 1983-84
  17. BUREAU OF CENSUS, 1983
  18. BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, 1983
  19. BUREAU OF PRISONS, 1983
  20. BUREAU OF RECLAMATION, 1983
  21. “C” MISCELLANEOUS, 1983

Box 545

Folder

  1. CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD, 1983
  2. CIVIL SERVICE RETIREMENT, 1983
  3. CLEAN AIR, 1983
  4. COMMERCE DEPARTMENT, 1983
  5. COMMODITY, CREDIT CORPORATION, 1983
  6. CONGRATULATORY MESSAGES, 1983
  7. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, 1983
  8. CONGRESSIONAL DIRECTORY, 1983
  9. “D” MISCELLANEOUS, 1983
  10. DEFENSE DEPARTMENT, 1983-84
  11. DRUGS, 1982-83
  12. “E” MISCELLANEOUS, 1983-84
  13. EDUCATION, 1983
  14. ENERGY, 1983
  15. ENVIROMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, 1983
  16. EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT, 1983
  17. “F” MISCELLANEOUS, 1983
  18. FARM PROGRAMS, 1982-83
  19. FARM PRICES, 1983
  20. FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION, 1982-83
  21. FARMERS HOME LOANS, 1983
  22. FARMERS UNION , 1963
  23. FEDERAL AVIATION AGENCY, 1983
  24. FEDERAL COMMUNICATION COMMISSION, 1983
  25. FEDERAL CROP INSURANCE, 1983
  26. FEDERAL HOUSING ADMINISTRATION, 1982-83
  27. FEDERAL SPENDING, 1983
  28. FEDERAL TRADE COMMINSION, 1983
  29. FRIEARMS – GUN CONTROL, 1983
  30. FOOD STAMPS, 1982-83
  31. FOREIGN AID, 1983
  32. FOREIGN AID, 1983

 

Box 546

Folder

  1. FORM LETTERS, 1981-83
  2. “G” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  3. G. I. BILL, 1983
  4. GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE, 1982-83
  5. GENERAL SERVICE ADMINISTRATION, 1983
  6. GRAIN, 1983
  7. GREETING, 1982-83
  8. “H” MISCELLANEOUS, 1983
  9. HEALTH, 1983-84
  10. HOUSING, 1982-83
  11. “I” MISCELLANEOUS, 1983-85
  12. INDIANS, 1983-84
  13. INDIAN AFFAIRS, 1983
  14. INTERIOR DEPARTMENT, 1983-84
  15. INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION, 1983-84
  16. IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION, 1983
  17. INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE, 1983
  18. INVITATIONS, 1982-83
  19. INVITATIONS, 1983
  20. INVITATIONS, 1981-83
  21. “J” MISCELLANEOUS, 1983
  22. JOBS, 1983
  23. JUSTICE DEPARTMENT, 1983
  24. “L” MISCELLANEOUS, 1983-84
  25. LABOR DEPARTMENT, 1983
  26. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS, 1983
  27. “M” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  28. MARINE CORPS, 1982-83
  29. MEDICARE, 1983-84
  30. MENTAL HEALTH, 1983
  31. MILITARY, 1983
  32. MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS, 1982-83
  33. MONTREAL PROTOCOLS, 1982-83
  34. “N” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  35. “O” MISCELLANEOUS, 1983
  36. OIL, 1983-84
  37. “P” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  38. POSTAL SERVICE, 1983
  39. PRESS RELEASES, 1982-83

 

Box 548

Folder

  1. “R” MISCELLANEOUS, 1983
  2. RAILROADS, 1982
  3. RAILROAD RETIREMENT, 1983
  4. “S” MISCELLANEOUS, 1983
  5. SCHOOL PRAYER, 1983
  6. SENIOR CITIZENS, 1983
  7. SOCIAL SECURITY, 1983
  8. STATE DEPARTMENT, 1983
  9. STUDENT LOANS, 1983
  10. SYMPATHY, 1982-83
  11. “T” MISCELLANEOUS, 1983-85
  12. TAXES, 1982-83
  13. TAXES INCOME, 1983
  14. TELEGRAMS, 1982-83
  15. TELEVISION, 1982-83
  16. THANK YOU LETTERS, 1982-83
  17. TRADE COMMISSION, 1983
  18. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, 1983
  19. TRANSPORTATION, 1983

Box 549

Folder

  1. “U” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  2. UNITED NATIONS, 1983
  3. “V” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  4. VETERANS ADMINISTRATION, 1982-83
  5. VETERANS LEGISLATION, 1983-84
  6. “W” MISCELANEOUS, 1983
  7. WHITE HOUSE, 1983
  8. “X” “Y” “Z” MISCELLANEOUS, 1983
  9. BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT, 1975-76
  10. GRAIN ALCOHOL, 1975-81
  11. GRANTS (NOTIFICATIONS OF, ETC.), 1978
  12. TAXES (AGRICULTURAL AIRCRAFT), 1976-78
  13. TAXES (HIGHWAY USER), 1973-76
  14. UNITED KINGDOM TAX TREATY, 1976-77
  15. RURAL REHABILITATION, 1981

Series III: North Dakota Subject Files, 1982-1983

Sub-Series A: General Files

Box 550

Folder

  1. ND “A” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  2. ND AERONACTICS COMMISSION, 1981-82
  3. ND AFL-CIO, 1982
  4. ND AGRICULTURE DEPARMENT, 1982-83
  5. ND AGRICULTURE STABILIZATION, 1982-83
  6. ND AGING, 1982-83
  7. ND ASSOCIATED GENERALS CONTRACTORS, 1981
  8. ND ATTORNEY GENERAL, 1982-83
  9. ND “B” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-84
  10. ND BAR ASSOCIATION, 1982
  11. ND BANK, 1976-82
  12. ND BLUE CROSS & BLUE SHIELD, 1982-83
  13. ND “C” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  14. ND CENSUS, 1982
  15. ND COAL, 1981-82
  16. ND COAL (SLURRY), 1982-83
  17. ND COAL GASIFICATION, 1981
  18. ND CHILD CARE FEEDING PROGRAM, 1982
  19. ND COMMUNITY ACTION DEVELOPMENT, 1982
  20. ND “D” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981-83
  21. ND “E” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  22. ND EDUCATION ASSOCIATION, 1982-83
  23. ND “F” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-84
  24. ND FARM BUREAU, 1982-84
  25. ND FARMERS UNION , 1981-83
  26. ND FARMERS HOME ADMINISTRATION, 1982-83
  27. ND FEDERAL CROP INSURANCE CORP., 1982-83
  28. ND FOOD STAMP, 1982-83
  29. ND “G” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  30. ND GAME & FISH DEPARTMENT, 1982
  31. ND GARRISON DIVERSION, 1975-81
  32. ND GRAIN DEALERS ASSOCIATION, 1981-82
  33. ND GREEN THUMB, 1982
  34. ND “H” MISCEALLANEOUS, 1982-83
  35. ND HANDICAPPED, 1982

Box 551

Folder

  1. ND HEALTH DEPARTMENT, 1982-83
  2. ND HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT, 1982-84
  3. ND HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 1982
  4. ND HOUSING ADMINISTRATION, 1981-83
  5. ND HUMAN SERVICES, 1982
  6. ND “I” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  7. ND INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION, 1981-83
  8. ND INSURANCE DEPARTMENT, 1982-83
  9. ND INTERNAL REVENUE, 1982-83
  10. ND INTERNATIONAL PEACE GARDEN , 1982
  11. ND “J” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  12. ND JOB SERVICE, 1982-83
  13. ND “L” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  14. ND LABOR DEPARTMENT, 1982-83
  15. ND LAKE SAKAKAWEA , 1983
  16. ND LEGAL SERVICES, 1981-82
  17. NO LEGISLATION, 1982
  18. ND LETTER CARRIERS ASSOCIATION, 1981-82
  19. ND LIBRARY COMMISSION, 1982
  20. ND LIGNITE, 1977-82
  21. ND “M” MISCELLANEOUS, 1981-83
  22. ND MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION, 1982-83
  23. ND MISSILE SITES, 1981-82
  24. ND MISSOURI RIVER BASIN, 1981-82
  25. ND “N” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  26. ND NEWSPAPERS, 1981-82
  27. ND NURSES ASSOCIATION, 1982-83
  28. ND “O” MISCELLANEOUS, 1980-82
  29. ND “P” MISCELLANEOUS, 1980-81
  30. ND PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, 1982-83
  31. ND PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION, 1982-84
  32. ND “R” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  33. ND REVENUE SHARING, 1982-83
  34. ND RURAL ELECTRIC COOP., 1982-83
  35. ND RURAL LETTER CARRIERS, 1980-83
  36. ND RURAL TELEPHONES, 1982-83
  37. ND “S” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-84

 

Box 552

Folder

  1. ND SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF, 1982
  2. ND SCHOOL OF SCIENCE, 1980-83
  3. ND SENIOR CITIZENS, 1982-83
  4. ND SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION, 1979-82
  5. ND SOCIAL SECURITY, 1979-83
  6. ND SOCIAL SECURITY, 1982
  7. ND SOIL CONSERVATION, 1980-83
  8. ND SOIL CONSERVATION, 1982
  9. ND STATE UNIVERSITY, 1981-83
  10. ND STOCKMENS ASSOCIATION, 1982-83
  11. ND “T” MISCELLANEOUS, 1980-82
  12. ND TAX COMMISSIONER, 1980-83
  13. ND THEODORE ROOSEVELT PARK

 

Box 553

Folder

  1. ND “U” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982-83
  2. ND UNEMPLOYMENT, 1982-83
  3. ND UND-IN-MED, 1982-83
  4. UND 1975-80
  5. ND UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA, 1982-83
  6. ND VETERANS ADMINISTRATION, 1979-83
  7. ND VETERANS ADMINISTRATION, 1982
  8. ND VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION, 1980-82
  9. ND “W” MISCELLANEOUS, 1982
  10. ND WATER CONSERVATION, 1975-80
  11. ND WEATHERIZATION, 1980-83
  12. ND WHEAT COMMISSION, 1982-83
  13. ND WIC PROGRAMS, 1980-83
  14. ND WORKMENS COMPENSATION, 1982-83
  15. ND “X” “Y” “Z” MISCELLANEOUS, 1978-80

 

Sub-Series B: Post Office Files

  1. COMMEMORATIVE STAMPS, 1971-76
  2. POSTMASTER GENERAL, 1974-76
  3. POST OFFICE HEARINGS, 1972-73
  4. POSTAL SERVICE CORRESPONDENCE, 1976
  5. POST OFFICE CLOSINGS, 1975-76
  6. POSTAL CLOSINGS, 1976
  7. DISCONTINUED POST OFFICES, 1965-66

 

Box 554

Folder

  1. POSTAL LISTS
  2. ABSARAKA, 1976
  3. ABERCROMBIE, 1975
  4. ADAMS , 1972-1973
  5. ADRIAN , 1969-1970
  6. AKRA, 1969-1970
  7. ALAMO ,1977-1978
  8. ALEXANDER, 1973-1977
  9. ALFRED, 1972-1980
  10. ALKABO, 1976
  11. ALMONT, 1972
  12. ALSEN, 1972-1976
  13. AMBROSE, 19761-77
  14. AMENIA, 1965-1967
  15. AMIDON, 1976
  16. ANAMOOSE, 1974-1977
  17. ANETA, 1970-1978
  18. ANTLER, 1959
  19. ARDOCH, 1974-1976
  20. ARENA, 1972-1976
  21. ARGUSVILLE, 1962
  22. ARNEGARD, 1970
  23. ARTHUR, 1956
  24. ARVILLA, 1978
  25. ASHLEY, 1972-1976
  26. AYR , 1972-1975
  27. BACKOO, 1976
  28. BAKER, 1975
  29. BALDWIN , 1971
  30. BALFOUR, 1979-1982
  31. BARNEY, 1972-1983
  32. BANRY, 1968-1973
  33. BARLETT. 1966
  34. BATHGATE, 1974-1982
  35. BATTLEVIEW, 1971-1976
  36. BEACH, 1970-1981
  37. BELCOURT, 1972
  38. BELDEN, 1968
  39. BELFIELD, 1973-1975
  40. BENEDICT, 1981
  41. BENTLEY, 1974-1977
  42. BEULAH, 1969-1980
  43. BERGEN , 1972-1976
  44. BERLIN , 1976-1982
  45. BERTHOLD, 1971
  46. BINFORD, 1970-1981
  47. BISBEE, 1971-1972
  48. BISMARCK , 1981-1982
  49. BLAISDELL, 1973-1979
  50. BONETRAILL, 1976
  51. BORDULAC, 1976-1982
  52. BOTTINEAU, 1971-1977
  53. BOWBELLS, 1971-1978
  54. BOWDON, 1972-1973
  55. BOWMAN, 1972-1978
  56. BRADDOCK, 1972-1979
  57. BRAMPTON , 1976
  58. BREMAN, 1970-1971
  59. BREIEN, 1975-1976
  60. BROCKET, 1967-1977
  61. BUCHANAN, 1971
  62. BUCYRUS, 1972-1982
  63. BUFFALO , 1969-1971
  64. BURLINGTON , 1974
  65. BURT, 1975
  66. BUTTE , 1970
  67. BUXTON, 1980
  68. CALEDONIA , 1962
  69. CALIO, 1973-1980
  70. CALVIN, 1975
  71. CANDO, 1978-1980
  72. CANNON BALL, 1965-1973
  73. CARBURY, 1975
  74. CARPIO, 1971-1978
  75. CARRINGTON, 1972-1980
  76. CARSON , 1976-1980
  77. CARTWRIGHT, 1973-1976
  78. CASSELTON, 1973-1977
  79. CATHAY , 1971-1972
  80. CAVALEIR, 1975-1976
  81. CAYUGA, 1971-1979
  82. CENER, 1973-1979
  83. CHAFFEE, 1980
  84. CHARLSON, 1977
  85. CHASELEY, 1973-1980
  86. CHRISTINE, 1966
  87. CHURCHS FERRY, 1965
  88. CLEVELAND , 1980-1981
  89. CLIFFORD, 1972-1980
  90. COGSWELL, 1977
  91. COLEHARBOR, 1971-1980
  92. COLFAX, 1970-1973
  93. COLGAN, 1973
  94. COLUMBUS , 1973
  95. CONCRETE, 1969-1981
  96. CONWAY
  97. COOPERSTOWN , 1972-1976
  98. COTEAU, 1976
  99. COULEE, 1968
  100. COURTNEY, 1972
  101. CRARY, 1977
  102. CROSBY , 1975-1983
  103. CRYSTAL, 1967-1983
  104. CRYSTAL SPRINGS , 1975-1978
  105. CUMMINGS, 1967-1974
  106. DAVENPORT , 1975-1981
  107. DAWSON , 1971
  108. DAZEY, 1971
  109. DE LAMERE, 1975
  110. DENBIGH, 1973
  111. DENHOFF, 1973-1980
  112. DES LACS, 1973-1975
  113. DEVILS LAKE , 1971-1982
  114. DICKEY, 1971-1978
  115. DICKINSON, 1970-1982

Box 555

Folder

  1. DODGE, 1975
  2. DONNEYBROOK
  3. DOYON, 1971
  4. DOUGLAS , 1973-1975
  5. DRAKE, 1970-1978
  6. DRAYTON, 1974
  7. DRISCOLL, 1971-1976
  8. DUNN CENTER , 1961-1976
  9. DURBIN, 1970-1976
  10. ECKELSON, 1976-1978
  11. EDGELEY, 1974-1977
  12. EDINBURG , 1973
  13. EDMORE, 1971-1981
  14. EDMUNDS, 1960
  15. EGELAND, 1976-1979
  16. ELGIN , 1975
  17. ELLENDALE, 1970-1981
  18. ELLIOTT, 1971
  19. EMERADO, 1965
  20. EMMET, 1975-1981
  21. ENDERLAND, 1972-1978
  22. EENGLEVALE, 1976
  23. EPPING, 1972-1981
  24. ERIE , 1965
  25. ESMOND, 1972-1981
  26. FAIRDALE, 1972
  27. FAIRFIELD , 1972-1975
  28. FARGO , 1977-1982
  29. FAIRMOUNT, 1970-1983
  30. FESSENDEN, 1971-1981
  31. FILLMORE, 1966
  32. FINGAL, 1971-1978
  33. FINLEY, 1972-1977
  34. FLASHER, 1971-1980
  35. FLAXTON, 1971-1982
  36. FORBES, 1971
  37. FORDVILLE, 1971-1978
  38. FOREST RIVER , 1966-1973
  39. FORMAN, 1970-1981
  40. FORT RANSOM , 1971
  41. FORTUNA, 1970-1980
  42. FORT YATES , 1967
  43. FOXHOLM, 1967
  44. FREDA, 1967
  45. FREDONIA, 1973-1975
  46. GARDAR, 1982-1983
  47. GARDNER , 1973-1976
  48. GARRISON, 1971-1982
  49. GENESEO
  50. GILBY, 1973-1975
  51. GLADSTONE , 1970-1972
  52. GLENBURN, 1973
  53. GLEN ULLIN, 1972-1976
  54. GOLDEN VALLEY , 1981
  55. GOLVA, 1977
  56. GOODRICH, 1976
  57. GRACE CITY , 1975
  58. GRAFTON, 1971-1978
  59. GRAND FORKS, 1973-1983
  60. GRADIN, 1973-1976
  61. GRAND RAPIDS ,
  62. GRANVILLE, 1971-1973
  63. GRASSY BUTTE , 1966-1980
  64. GUELPH
  65. GWINNER
  66. HAGUE, 1977
  67. HALLIDAY, 1966-1974
  68. HAMAR, 1976-1979
  69. HAMBERG, 1976-1981
  70. HAMILTON , 1967-1971
  71. HAMLET, 1966-1974
  72. HAMPDEN, 1978
  73. HANKINSON, 1980
  74. HANNAFORD, 1971-1976
  75. HANNAH, 1976
  76. HANNOVER , 1979-1980
  77. HANSBORO
  78. HARVEY , 1972-1981
  79. HARWOOD, 1976
  80. HATTON, 1972-1977
  81. HAVANA , 1977
  82. HAYNES
  83. HAZELTON, 1975-1978
  84. HAZEN, 1973-1979
  85. HEATON, 1967-1979
  86. HEBRON , 1974-1975
  87. HEIMDAL, 1967-1973
  88. HENSEL, 1978
  89. HENSLER, 1977
  90. HETTINGER
  91. HICKSON, 1975
  92. HILLSBORO , 1973-1980
  93. HONEYFORD, 1967
  94. HOOPLE, 1972-1979
  95. HOPE, 1973-1982
  96. HORACE, 1982
  97. HUFF, 1975
  98. HUNTER, 1974-1979
  99. HURDSFIELD, 1978
  100. INKSTER ,1972-1978
  101. JAMESTOWN , 1971-1976

Box 556

Folder

  1. JESSIE, 1972-1980
  2. JOHNSTOWN , 1976
  3. JOLIETTE , 1960
  4. JUD, 1962-1970
  5. JUANITA, 1979
  6. JUDSON, 1966
  7. KEENE , 1974-1977
  8. KENMARE, 1965-1975
  9. KENSAL, 1976-1980
  10. KEIF, 1971-1982
  11. KILLDEER, 1974-1980
  12. KINDRED, 1971-1981
  13. KINTYRE, 1968-1975
  14. KLOTEN, 1965-1975
  15. KNOX, 1968-1977
  16. KRAMER, 1972-1976
  17. KULM, 1963-1976
  18. LAKOTA, 1972-1978
  19. LA MOURE, 1973-1978
  20. LANDA, 1971-1976
  21. LANGDON, 1962-1976
  22. LANKIN, 1971-1974
  23. LANSFORD, 1972-1983
  24. LARIMORE, 1971-1981
  25. LARSON, 1975-1976
  26. LAWTON , 1972-1978
  27. LEAL, 1975-1976
  28. LEEDS , 1971-1976
  29. LEFOR, 1982
  30. LEHR, 1971-1980
  31. LEITH , 19723-1976
  32. LEONARD, 1968
  33. LEROY, 1968-1978
  34. LIDGERWOOD, 1970-1972
  35. LIGNITE, 1970-1976
  36. LINTON, 1971-1977
  37. LISBON , 1972-1977
  38. LITCHVILLE, 1968-1981
  39. LIVONA, 1970-1972
  40. LOSTWOOD, 1967-1972
  41. LUVERNE, 1973-1979
  42. MADDOCK, 1973-1976
  43. MAIDA, 1982
  44. MAKOTI, 1967-1978
  45. MANDAN , 1972-1978
  46. MANDAREE, 1968
  47. MANFRED, 1964
  48. MANTADOR, 1976-1982
  49. MANVEL, 1973
  50. MAPES, 1968
  51. MAPLETON, 1971
  52. MARION , 1971-1974
  53. MARMARTH, 1973-1974
  54. MASHALL, 1970-1974
  55. MARTIN, 1973
  56. MAX, 1973
  57. MAXBASS, 1973-1978
  58. MAYVILLE, 1971-1977
  59. MCCANNA, 1965
  60. MCCLUSKY, 1971-1977
  61. MCGREGOR, 1973-1975
  62. MCKENZIE, 1971-1977
  63. MCLEOD, 1972-1979
  64. MEDINA , 1971-1982
  65. MEDORA, 1971-1976
  66. MEKINOCK, 1975-1979
  67. MENOKEN, 1973
  68. MERCER, 1959
  69. MERRICOURT, 1976-1978
  70. MICHIGAN , 1976
  71. MINOT , 1973-1982
  72. MILTON , 1974-1977
  73. MINNEWAUKAN, 1971
  74. MINTO, 1971-1976
  75. MOFFIT, 1972-1974
  76. MOHALL, 1972-1973
  77. MONANGO, 1975-1981
  78. MOORETON, 1974-1981
  79. MOTT, 1972-1979
  80. MOUNTAIN, 1977
  81. MUNICH , 1972
  82. MYLO, 1975-1977
  83. NAPOLEON, 1971-1979
  84. NASH, 1973
  85. NECHE, 1966
  86. NEKOMA, 1967-1968
  87. NEW ENGLAND , 1977
  88. NEW HRADEC, 1976
  89. NEW LEIPZIG , 1970-1982
  90. NEW ROCKFORD , 1973-1975
  91. NEW SALEM , 1971-1977
  92. NEW TOWN, 1967-1981
  93. NIAGARA ,1972-1979
  94. NOME , 1971-1976
  95. NOONAN, 1975-1981
  96. NORMA, 1973-1976
  97. NORTONVILLE, 1976-1977
  98. NORTHGATE, 1971-1982
  99. OAKES, 1982-1973
  100. OBERON, 1977

 

Box 557

Folder

  1. ORISKA, 1975-1978
  2. ORRIN, 1971-1981
  3. OSNABROCK, 1974-1977
  4. OVERLY, 1969-1979
  5. PAGE, 1971-1978
  6. PALERMO , 1972-1975
  7. PARK RIVER , 1967-1973
  8. PARSHALL, 1972-1976
  9. PEKIN , 1971
  10. PEMINA, 1970-1972
  11. PENN, 1964-1967
  12. PETERSBURG , 1974-1977
  13. PETTIBONE, 1975-1977
  14. PILSBURY, 1968
  15. PINGREE, 1973
  16. PISEK, 1975-1976
  17. PLAZA, 1973-1980
  18. PLEASANT LAKE , 1974-1976
  19. PORTLAND , 1978
  20. POWERS LAKE , 1972-1977
  21. RAY, 1971-1980
  22. REGAN, 1969-1973
  23. REGENT, 1973-1980
  24. REYNOLDS, 1976
  25. RHAME, 1972-1980
  26. RICHARDTON, 1974-1978
  27. ROBINSON, 1971-1980
  28. ROCKLAKE, 1965
  29. ROGERS , 1976
  30. ROLETTE, 1970-1972
  31. ROLLA, 1976-1980
  32. ROSEGLEN, 1967-1974
  33. ROSS, 1980-1982
  34. RUGBY , 1974-1982
  35. RUSO, 1962
  36. RUTLAND , 1973-1976
  37. ST. ANTHONY, 1975
  38. ST. JOHN , 1978
  39. ST. MICHAEL, 1976
  40. ST. THOMAS , 1970-1973
  41. SAN HAVEN, 1970
  42. SANBORN, 4975-1982
  43. SARLES, 1975
  44. SAWYER, 1962
  45. SCRANTON , 1975-1981
  46. SELFIDGE, 1977
  47. SELZ, 1970-1981
  48. SENTINEL, 1966
  49. SHELDON, 1971-1977
  50. SHERWOOD, 1973
  51. SHEYENNE , 1971-1978
  52. SHIELDS, 1981
  53. SOLEN, 1981-1982
  54. SORIS, 1971-1975
  55. SOUTH HEART, 1981
  56. SPIRITWOOD, 1965
  57. SPRING BROOK, 1961
  58. STANLEY , 1972-1981
  59. STANTON , 1972
  60. STARKWEATHER, 1973-1981
  61. STEELE, 1972-1982
  62. STERLING , 1972
  63. STIRUM, 1970-1983
  64. STRASBURG, 1975-1977
  65. STRAUBVILLE, 1966
  66. STREETER, 1975-1980
  67. SURREY , 1964-1974
  68. SUTTON, 1965-1976
  69. SYDNEY , 1961
  70. SYKESTON, 1974-1981
  71. TAPPEN, 1978
  72. TAYLOR , 1973-1981
  73. THOMPSON, 1962
  74. TIOGA, 1977-1980
  75. TOLLEY, 1968-1973
  76. TOLNA, 1974-1981
  77. TOWER CITY , 1971-1972
  78. TOWNER, 1973-1980
  79. TRENTON , 1981
  80. TROTTERS, 1975
  81. TUTTLE, 1970-1980
  82. TURTLE LAKE , 1972
  83. UPHAM, 1972-1982
  84. VALLEY CITY , 1972-1981
  85. VELVA, 1973-1979
  86. VERONA , 1974-1983
  87. VOLITARE, 1973-1979
  88. WHAPETON, 1971-1979
  89. WALCOTT, 1965
  90. WALES , 1971
  91. WALHALLA, 1972-1973
  92. WARWOCK, 1973-1974
  93. WASHBURN, 1976
  94. WATFORD CITY , 1972-1977
  95. WEBSTER, 1975
  96. WEST FARGO , 1959-1980
  97. WESTHOPE, 1971-1972
  98. WHEATLAND, 1973-1981
  99. WHEELOCK, 1977
  100. WILDROSE, 1973
  101. WILLISTON, 1971-1978
  102. WILTON , 1975-1978
  103. WIMBLEDON , 1970-1980
  104. WING, 1972-1976
  105. WINDSOR , 1970-1974
  106. WISHEK, 1975-1976
  107. WHITE EARTH, 1975-1976
  108. WHITE SHEILD, 1980
  109. WOLFORD, 1961-1975
  110. WOODSWORTH, 1970-1976
  111. WYNDMERE, 1971-1976
  112. YPSILANTI , 1967-1968
  113. ZAHL, 1975
  114. ZAP, 1976
  115. ZEELAND , 1966

Series IV: Legislative Files

Sub-Series A: 95 th Congress, 1977-1978

Box 558

Folder

 

1. AMENDMENT 10 TO PANAMA CANAL TREATIES (DOLE)
2. AMENDMENT 19 TO S.4- TO KEEP THE POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE COMMITTEE AS A STANDING COMMITTEE (BURDICK)
3. AMENDMENTS 20 AND 21 TO PANAMA CANAL TREATIES (R. BYRD)
4. AMENDMENT 23 TO S. 4- TO KEEP THE SENATE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON AGING (CHURCH)
5. AMENDMENT 190 TO H.R. 3477- TAX REDUCTION AND SIMPLIFICATION ACT (CHURCH)
6. AMENDMENT 227 TO S. 855- APPROPRIATIONS FOR NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION (HATCH)
7. AMENDMENT 228 TO H.R. 3477- CANADIAN TAX IMPACT ON U.S. BROADCASTERS (MOYNIHAN)
8. AMENDMENT 342 TO S. 1523- TO AMEND THE HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT ACT (BURDICK)
9. AMENDMENT 385 TO S. 252, THE CLEAN AIR ACT (BURDICK)
10. AMENDMENT 389 TO S. 252 (CLEAN AIR)- THE BASIN ELECTRIC AMENDMENT (BURDICK)
11. UNPRINTED AMENDMENT 562 TO S. 555, PUBLIC OFFICIALS INTEGRITY ACT (RIEGLE)
12. UNPRINTED AMENDMENT 613 TO S. 1420- CHILD NUTRITION ACT AMENDMENTS (DOLE)
13. UNPRINTED AMENDMENT 764 TO S.CON.RES. 43- 2ND CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET RESOLUTION (TALMADGE)
14. UNPRINTED AMENDMENT 733 TO S. 1952- THE CLEAN WATER ACT OF 1977 (MUSKIE)
15. AMENDMENT 885 TO S. 2114- PUBLIC UTILITIES REGULATORY POLICY ACT (MELCHER)
16. AMENDMENT 1062 TO H.R. 9346- SOCIAL SECURITY FINANCING REFORM (CHURCH)
17. AMENDMENT 1459 TO H.R. 5383- AGE DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT (CRANSTON)
18. AMENDMENT 1493 TO H.R. 5263- ENERGY TAX BILL- (USE OF ETHANOL AND METHANOL FUELS) (PERCY)
19. AMENDMENT 1612 TO H.R. 12632, INTERIOR APPROPRIATIONS (UNPRINTED) (CANNON)
20. AMENDMENT 1629 TO H.R. 13125- AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT APPROPRIATIONS (UNPRINTED) (MCGOVERN)
21. UNORINTED AMENDMENTS # 1741, 1742, 1744, TO S. 1753- EDUCATION AMENDMENTS (MAGNUSON)
22. AMENDMENT 2254 TO H.R. 8410- THE LABOR LAW REFORM BILL (BYRD OF W. VA.)
23. AMENDMENT 2445 TO H.R. 8410- LABOR LAW REFORM (ROBT. BYRD)
24. AMENDMENT 2449 TO S. 2850- FOR A SEPARATE AUTHORIZATION FOR HOME MEALS UNDER OLDER AMERICANS ACT (KENNEDY)
25. AMENDMENT 3036 TO H.R. 12933- DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION APPROPRIATIONS CHANGE (MELCHER)
26. AMENDMENT 3101 TO S. 2152- INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND (SCHWEIKER)
27. AMENDMENT 3241 TO S. 3229- TO IMPROVE ORGANIZATION OF U.S. POSTAL SERVICE (FORD)
28. AMENDMENT 3409 TO S. 991- TO KEEP CHILD NUTRITION PROGRAMS IN USDA (PERCY)
29. AMENDMENT TO 3588 TO S. 991- TO AMEND BILL TO ESTABLISH A DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (STEVENS)
30. AMENDMENT 3658 TO S. 2- SUNSET ACT- (MUSKIE)
31. SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 26- TO DECLARE A WAR ON AMYOTROPHIC LATERAL SCLEROSIS (CRANSTON)
32. SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 38- DISAPPROVING PRESIDENTIAL ACTION ON SUGAR INDUSTRY (DOLE)
33. AMENDMENT 1736 TO H.R. 6782- EMERGENCY AGRICULTURE ACT OF 1978
34. S.J.RES. 9- MAKING JANUARY 15 MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY (JAVITS)
35. S.J. RES. 13- THE DESIGNATE ENERGY CONSERVATION MONTH (RANDOLPH)
36. S.J.RES. 69- DESIGNATE OFFICIAL IN EACH GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT AS CONTACT POINT FOR SMALL BUSINESS (NELSON)
37. S.J.RES. 101- A MEMORIAL SUNDAY FOR DISABLED/KILLED FIREFIGHTERS (DOMENICI)
38. S.J.RES. 110- TO ESTABLISH MAY 3 AS SUN DAY (PERCY)
39. S.J.RES. 134- EQUAL RIGHTS AMENDMENT DEADLINE EXTENTION (BAYH)
40. S.J.RES. 149- TODIRECT CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD TO TERMINATE MUTUAL AID PACT (MELCHER)
41. S.J.RES. 151- TO DESIGNATE NOVEMBER 11-17, 1978- VIETNAM VETERANS WEEK (HEINZ)
42. S.RES. 152- U.S. BROADCASTING INDUSTRY RESOLUTION (MOYNIHAN)
43. S.J.RES. 155- INCREASE PRICE SUPPORTS FOR MILK, WHEAT, CORN, ETC. (ZORINSKY)
44. S.RES. 4- SENATE REORGANIZATION
45. S.RES. 264- ADDED EXPENDITURES FOR NUTRITION COMMITTEE (BELLMON)
46. S.RES. 271- PRESIDENTIAL COMMITTEE ON DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL HUNGER (LEAHY)
47. S.RES. 284- ESTABLISHMENT OF NATIONAL WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT POLICY (CURTIS)
48. S.RES. 405- TO MAKE A SELECT COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS PERMANENT (ABOUREZK)
49. S.RES. 426- TO EXPRESS APPRECIATION TO J. R. CALLOWAY (EAGLETON)
50. S.RES. 442- COMMENDING LEE WILLIAMS FOR SENTATE SERVICE (R. BYRD)
51. S.RES. 447- INCREASED AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS FROM THE U.S. (PEARSON)
52. S. RES. 465- AIR POLLUTION TREATY WITH CANADA (PAUL HATFIELD)
53. S. RES. 494- TO WAIVE SECTION 402 OF CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET ACT (BURDICK)
54. S.RES. 525- DISAPPROVING BUDGET FOR CONSTRUCTION OF GARRISON PROJECT (YOUNG)
55. S. RES. 593- BEST WISHES TO DEWEY BARLETT (DOLE)
56. S. 2- SUNSET ACT OF 1977 (MUSKIE)
57. S. 4- A BILL TO AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE (DOLE)
58. S. 11- APPOINTMENT OF ADDITIONAL DISTRICT COURT JUDGES (MCCLELLAN)
59. S. 57- TO AMEND FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT (MUSKIE)
60. S. 76- TO AMEND SOCIAL SECURITY ACT TO ALLOW CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES (STONE)
61. S. 80- HATCH ACT (BURDICK)
62. S. 113- THE FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE ACT (CASE)
63. S. 123- TO AMEND THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT (INOUYE)
64. S. 143- MEDICARE/MEDICADE ANTI- FRAUD AND ABUSE AMENDMENT
65. S. 160- TO AMEND THE ARMS EXPORT CONTROL ACT (BUMPERS)
66. S. 190- FOR THE RELIEF OF DENNIS M. VIACRUCIS (BURDICK)
67. S. 191- FOR THE RELIEF OF ROMEO KABTAY AND OTHERS (BURDICK)
68. S. 192- FOR THE RELIEF OF OSCAR FADUL (BURDICK)
69. S. 193- FOR THE RELIEF OF ASHO RAINE
70. S. 194- FOR THE RELIEF OF MONCHITO ENTENA AND OTHERS (BURDICK)
71. S. 195- TO INCLUDE 5 NORTH DAKOTA COUNTIES IN NORTHWESTEN DISTRICT OF NORTH DAKOTA (BURDICK)
72. S. 196- TO EXEMPT AGRICULTURAL AIRCRAFT FROM AIRCRAFT USE ACT (BURDICK)
73. S. 200- FOR THE RELIEF OF BHARAT M. PAREKH (BURDICK)
74. S. 201- TO ESTABLISH ARBRITRATION BOARD FRO CERTAIN POST OFFICE ORGANZATIONS (BURDICK)
75. S. 236- TO AMEND THE VETERANS’ EDUCATIONAND EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1976 (ABOUREZK)
76. S. 274 TO PROHIBIT UNIONIZATION OF THE MILITARY (THURMOND)
77. S. 297- TO REQUIRE THAT IMPORTED MEAT BE TESTED (PACKWOOD)
78. S. 304- TO AMEND TITLE II OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT (BAYH)
79. S.317- SERVICE PENSION TO SO WORLD WAR I VETERANS
80. S. 386- TO REPEAL SECTION 3306 OF TITLE 5 UNITED STATES CODE (BURDICK)
81. S. 387- TO INCLUDE UNPLEDGED DEPOSITS IN BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA.
82. S. 410- FOR PARTICIPATION IN PEER REVIEW BY OPTOMETRISTS (HANSEN)
83. S. 491- FORT UNION NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE (BURDICK)
84. S. 508- TO ELIMINATE POTATOE FUTURES TRADING ON COMMODITY EXCHANGES (CHURCH)
85. S. 514- TO AMEND TITLE XVIII OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT (RIBICOFF)
86. S. 519- MEALS ON WHEELS PROGRAMS FOR THE ELDERLY (MCGOVERN)
87. S. 592- TO AMEND U.S. GRAIN STANDARDS ACT (DOLE)
88. S. 600- TO REORGANIZE FEDERAL REGULATORY AGENCIES (PERCY)
89. S. 666- TO ALLOW EMPLOYMENT PREFERENCE TO BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND INDIAN HEALTH SERVICES EMPLOYEES (STEVENS)
90. S. 694- TO ADJUST STATUS OF INDOCHINESE REFUGEES (KENNEDY)
91. S. 695- TO AMEND THE DEFENCE PRODUCTION AT OF 1950 (PROXMIRE)
92. S. 708- TO AMEND SOCIAL SECURITY ACT FOR PAYMENTS TO RURAL CLINICS (CLARK)
93. S.746- EMERGENCY PRICE AND INCOME PROTECTION FOR FARMERS (MCGOVERN)
94. S. 964- FOR NON-INCREASE OF SALARY FOR CERTAIN INDIVIDUALS (ROBT. BYRD)
95. S. 991- TO ESTABLISH A DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION (RIBICOFF)

 

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  1. S. 1010- TO MINIMIZE INFLATION IMPACT ON CONSUMERS (MCINTYRE)
  2. S. 1120- TO SUPPORT SPINAL CORD INJURY CENTERS (HUMPHREY)
  3. S. 1194- TO AMEND SOCIAL SECURITY ACT FOR BETTER ADMINISTRATION ( CHURCH)
  4. S. 1214- INDIAN CHILD WELFARE ACT OF 1977 (ABOUREZK)
  5. S. 1215- TO PROVIDE GRANTS TO INDIAN POST-SECONDARY SCHOOLS (ABOUREZK)
  6. S. 1243- REVISE AUTOMATIC COST OF LIVING INCREASES IN SOCIAL SECURITY (CHURCH)
  7. S. 1279- TI MITIGATE THE IMPACT OF THE 76-66 DROUGHT (BURDICK)
  8. S. 1284- FOR A TAX CREDIT FOR ENERGY CONSERVATION (HUMPHREY)
  9. S. 1307- VETERANS BENEFITS ELIGBILITY/ UPGRADING OF DISCHARGES ( CRANSTON )
  10. S. 1420- NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH ACT AND CHILD NUTRITION ACT AMENDMENT (MCGOVERN)
  11. S. 1423- FOR A COUNCIL ON JUDICIAL TENURE (NUNN)
  12. S. 1424- NONMEMBER TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOME TAXES (BURDICK)
  13. S. 1470- MEDICARE AND MEDICAID REFORM (TALMADGE)
  14. S. 1511- TO AMEND THE NOISE CONTROL ACT OF 1972 (BURDICK)
  15. S. 1512- TO AMEND THE DISASTER RELIEF ACT (BURDICK)
  16. S. 1585- THE PROTECTION OF KIDS AGAINST SEXUAL EXPLOITATION ACT (CULVER)
  17. S. 1587- TO EXEMPT CERTAIN GOVERNMENT RETIREMENT PROGRAMS FROM TAXATION (STONE)
  18. S. 1636- FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A NATIONAL CEMETARY IN NORTH DAKOTA (BURDICK)
  19. S. 1639- FOR THE RELIEF OF SHENNSONG THERESA LEE (BURDICK)
  20. S. 1692- TO ALTER ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE POST OFFICE (MELCHER)
  21. S. 1695- TO AMEND THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES ACT ( RANDOLPH )
  22. S. 1732- FOR THE RELIEF OF THET TONG MAH (BURDICK)
  23. S. 1774- TO AMEND INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICES CODE OF 1954 RE-EXERCISE TAX ON TELEPHONE SERVICE (NELSON)
  24. S. 1928- FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF GEORGE W. NORRIS SITE (CURTIS)
  25. S. 1938- FAIR REPRESENTATION OF SMALL BUSINESSES ON GOVERNMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEES ( NELSON)
  26. S. 1868- FOR PERMITS FOR MOVING OIL FROM ALASKA PIPELINE TO STATES (MELCHER)
  27. S. 1872- TO PROVIDE A PRICE SIPPORT OF SUGAR (CHURCH)
  28. S. 1967- TO AMEND SECTION 218 OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT (BYRD OF W. VA. )
  29. S. 2009- THE HOME CARE SERVICES BILL (DOMENICI)
  30. S. 2062- TO ESTABLISH THEODORE ROOSEVELT NATIONAL PARK (BURDICK)
  31. S. 2142- THE TUITION TAX CREDIT ACT (PACKWOOD)
  32. S. 2159- TO AMEND THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE ACT (KENNEDY)
  33. S. 2169- TO NAME SOUTH PORTAL HEW BUILDING THE HUBERT H. HUMPHREY BUILDING (DOLE)
  34. S. 2287- TO AMEND THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES ACT RE GERIATRIC PROGRAMS (BURDICK)
  35. S. 2308- THE KENNEDY CENTER PERFORMING ARTS FUND (MCCLURE)
  36. S. 2333- FOR THE RELIEF OF JAMES E. SLOWEY, ET AL. (BURDICK)
  37. S. 2343- TO INSURE THE QUALITY OF IMPORTED MEAT (MELCHER)
  38. S. 2351- TO NAME VERTERANS ADMINISTRATION HOSPITAL IN ARKANSAS AFTER JOHN MCCLELLAN (BUMPERS)
  39. S. 2385- TO AUTHORIZE COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION TO FINANCE EXPORT SALES OF AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES (R. BYRD)
  40. S. 2388- FOR EXCLUSION FROM GROSS INCOME OF SOME EMPLOYER EDUCATION PROGRAMS (PACKWOOD)
  41. S. 2402- TO ALLOW COMPETITION IN FEDERAL ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN ( STAFFORD )
  42. S. 2416- NURSE TRAINING AMENDMENTS OF 1978 (JAVITS)
  43. S. 2426- EMERGENCY PRICE PROTECTION FOR FARMERS (BURDICK)
  44. S. 2452- FUNDS FOR HUBERT H. HUMPHREY INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS ( ANDERSON )
  45. S. 2453- TO PROVIDE STATE COVERAGE FOR NEEEDY UNDER AGE 18 (YOUNG)
  46. S. 2484- IMPORT QUOTAS ON BEEF (BELLMON)
  47. S. 2487- FOR GREATER EMPHASIS ON RURAL HEALTH CARE NEEDS IN PLANNING ( CLARK )
  48. S. 2502- COMPACTS BETWEEN INDIANS AND STATES ON INDIAN OPERATIONS (ABOUREZK)
  49. S. 2505- MEDICAL ASSISTANCE FOE CERTAIN HANDICAPPED INDIVIDUALS (DOLE)
  50. S. 2600- THE DEVELOPMENT DIABILITIES ACT OF 1978 ( RANDOLPH )
  51. S. 2712- EVALUATION OF INDIAN PROGRAMS AND NEEDS (ABOUREZK)
  52. S. 2739- TO ENHANCE AMBIENCE OF FEDERAL BUILDINGS WITH ART EXHIBITS (CHAFEE)
  53. S. 2858- TO AMEND SECTION 2040 OF INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICES CODE (MELCHER)
  54. S. 2865- TO DELETE WIDOWS TAX ON EXCESS ESTATE TAX (NELSON)
  55. S. 2895- TO AMEND MEAT IMPORT ACT OF 1964 (BENTSEN)
  56. S. 2969- OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965 AMENDMENTS (CHURCH)
  57. S. 2990- THE INTERNATIONAL SUGAR ARGEEMENT (CHURCH)
  58. S. 3036- SUSAN B. ANTHONY DOLLAR COIN ACT OF 1978 (PROXMIRE)
  59. S. 3065- TO AMEND INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICES CODE WITH REGARD TO CAPITAL GAINS (HANSEN)
  60. S. 3073- FEDERAL AID HIGHWAY ACT OF 1978 (BENTSEN)
  61. S. 3097- FEDERAL RECLAMATION PROGRAMS, WATERSHED PROGRAMS PROCEDURES (HATFIELD)
  62. S. 3190- FOR THE RELIEF OF ELWOOD ERICKSON (BURDICK)
  63. S. 3243- PUBLIC WORKS INVESTMENT AND DEVELOPMENT ACT (BURDICK)
  64. S. 3262- REGULATORY COST REDUCTION ACT OF 1978 (BENTSEN)
  65. S. 3293- NOT TO MODIFY AMTRAK SYSTEMS PRIOR TO OCTOBER 1, 1979 (MELCHER)
  66. S. 3311- TO AMEND SOCIAL SECURITY ACT WITH REGARD TO STATES COSTS WITH INDIANS (DOMENICI)
  67. S. 3319- TO AMEND PUBLIC WORKD AND ECONIMIC DEVELOPMENT ACT (BURDICK)
  68. S. 3373- SECRETARY OF DEFENSE TO PROVIDE TRANSPORTAION FOR GIRL SCOUTS (MCINTYRE)
  69. S. 3398- INHERITANCE OF LAND ON STANDING ROCK RESERVATION (ABOUREZK)
  70. S. 3417- TO INCREASE COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION LOAN LIMITS ( ANDERSON )
  71. S. 3548- FOR THE RELIEF OF GANG-FUNG CHEN, ETC. (BURDICK)
  72. S. 3558- 3 AFFILIATED TRIBES- LAND PAYMENTS (BURDICK)
  73. S. 3606- FOR RELIEF OF DORIS OLYAI, ETS. (BURDICK)

 

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  1. S. 2- TO AMEND INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICES CODE REGARDING MARRIGE TAX (MATHIAS)
  2. S. 19- TO AMEND INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICES CODE REGARDIGN TREATMENT OF REOYALTY OWNERS UNDER WINDFALL PROFITS (DOLE)
  3. S. 33- TO RESCIND THE GRAIN EMBARGO AGAINST THE UNION OF SOVIET SOCIALIST REPUBLICS (BURDICK)
  4. S. 34- TO AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE (BURDICK)
  5. S. 35- TO MODIFY AUTHORIZATION FOR BURLINGTON DAM, SOURIS RIVER (BURDICK)
  6. S. 36- AMENDING CONVEYANCE OF PROPERTY TO MOUNTRAIL COUNTY PARK COMMISSION (BURDICK)
  7. S. 37- AMEND PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE ACT REGARDING SCHOOLS OF MEDICINE AND OSTEOPATHY (BURDICK)
  8. S. 38- TO AMEND SOCIAL SECURITY ACT REGARDIGN MEDICARE PAYMENTS FOR CHIROPRACTORS (BURDICK)
  9. S. 46- TO AMEND TITAL 5, U.S. CODE, TO PERMIT FERDERAL CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES TO USE MILITARY SERVICE FOR SOCIAL SECURITY (THURMOND)
  10. S. 102- TO AMEND TITLES XVIII AND XIX OF SOCIAL SECURITY ACT, TO PROVIDE FOR PROFESSIONAL NURSE SERVICE UNDER MEDICARE (INOUYE)
  11. S. 103- TO AMEND TITLE 5 US CODE FOR NURSE SERVICES NOT CONNECTED WITH A PHYSICIAN, GOEVERNMENT HEALTH PLANS (INOUYE)
  12. S. 110- TO AMEND TITLES XVIII AND XIX OF SOCIAL SECURITY ACT FOR GERONTOLOGICAL NURSE PRACTITIONERS UNDER MEDICARE (INOUYE)
  13. S. 123- TO AMEND TITLES XVIII AND XIX OF SOCIAL SECURITY ACT FOR MORE COVERAGE FOR SERVICES OF MENTAL HEALTH SPECIALIST (INOUYE)
  14. S. 131- A BILL TO INCORPORATE THE PEARL HARBOR SURVIVORS ASSOCIATION (INOUYE)
  15. S. 150- AMEND TITLE 5, US CODE, TO PAY MENTAL HEALTH SPECIALISTS SERVICES UNDER GOCERNMENT HEALTH PLANS (INOUYE)
  16. S. 153- AMEND INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICES CODE OF 1954, EXPAND NEW EMPLOYMENT CREDIT TO INCLUDE DISPLACED HOMEMAKERS (INOUYE)
  17. S. 161- TO AMEND TITLE XVIII OF SOCIAL SECURITY ACT ADD NURSE-MIDWIFE SERVICES TO MEDICARE COVERAGE (INOUYE)
  18. S. 132- AMEND TITLE 5, U.S. CODE, TO PROVIDE COVERAGE UNDER GOVERNMENT HEALTH PLANS FOR MIDWIFE-NURSE (INOUYE)
  19. S. 167- FOR THE RELIEF OF JUAN ESTEBAN RAMIREZ (BURDICK)
  20. S. 181- EXTEND AUTHORIZATION OF APPROPRIATIONS FOR HEAD START PROGRAM ( CRANSTON )
  21. S. 234- TO AMEND THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE ACT TO ENCOURAGE THE ESTABLISHMENT OF HOME HEALTH PROGRAMS AND TO AMEND THE SOCIAL SECUTITY ACT TO PROVIDE EXPANDED COVERAGE OF HOME HEALTH SERVICES UNDER MEDICARE AND MEDICAID PROGRAMS (HATCH)
  22. S. 267- TO AMEND TITLE 28, U.S. CODE, TO USE FEDERAL TORT PROVISIONS IN MEDICAL MALPRACTICE IN NATIONAL FAURD (DECONCINI)
  23. S. 270- BILL TO AMEND THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1934 TO DEREGULATE THE PROVISION OF RADIO BROADCASTING SERVICES (SCHMITT)
  24. S. 312- FOR RELIEF FOR CHMYKHALOV AND VASHCHENKO FAMILIES (LEVIN)
  25. S. 317- TO AMEND INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE CODE OF 1954
  26. S. 344- BILL TO INCREASE THE ACCOUNTIBILITY OF, POLICIY COORDINATION BY, MANAGEMENT OF PRIORITIES BY AGENCIES THROUGH AN IMPROVED MECHANISM FOR CONGRESSIONAL OVERSIGHT OF RULES OF AGENCIES (LEVLIN)
  27. S. 349- TO ESTABLISH ADJUDICATION PROCEDURE FOR VETERANS ADMINISTRATION BENEFITS CLAIMS (HART)
  28. S. 360- AMEND INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE CODE REGARDING PROMOTING CAPITAL INVESTMENTS IN SMALL BUSINESS (WEICKER)
  29. S. 383- REINSTATEMENT OF OIL AND GAS LEASE M16402 (ANDREWS)
  30. S. 388- REINSTATE TAX TREATMENT REGARDING ANNUITY CONTRACTS (HATCH)
  31. S. 395- ESTATE AND GIFT TAX EQUITY FOR FAMILY ENTERPRISES (WALLOP)
  32. S. 421- PROVIDES FOR REDUCTION FOR FY82 IN OBLIGATIONS BY EXECUTIVE AGENCIES (DECONCINI)
  33. S. 434- REGARDING ENERGY PRODUCTION FROM UNDERGROUND COAL DEPOSITS (MATSUNAGA)
  34. S. 447- REDESIGNATE THE DAYS ON WHICH WASHINGTON 'S BIRTHDAY, MEMORIAL DAY, AND COLUMBUS DAY ARE CELEBRATED ( RANDOLPH )
  35. S. 458- TO EXTEND ELIGIBILITY OF CERTAIN VETERANS PROGRAMS ( CRANSTON )
  36. S. 466- OIL AND GAS LEASE M-15450 ( NORTH DAKOTA ) REINSTATEMENT (BURDICK)
  37. S. 468- AMEND TITLE 38, UNITED STATES CODE, TO EXPAND ELIGIBILITY OF FORMER PRISIONERS OF WAS FOR HEALTH-CEARE BENEFITS (THURMOND)
  38. S. 479- TO DESIGNATE THE FIRST SUNDAY IN JUNE OF EACH YEAR AS NATIONAL SHUT-IN DAY (BYRD OF WV)
  39. S. 480- TO PROVIDE PRICE AND INCOME SUPPORTS FOR FARMERS AND OTHER PURPOSES (MELCHER)
  40. S. 482- BAIL REFORM AMENDMENTS OF 1981. REFORM BAIL REFORM ACT OF 1966 (BUMPERS)
  41. S. 496- TO AMEND THE FEDERAL MINE SAFETY AND HEALTH ACT OF 1977 (MELCHER)
  42. S. 503- TO AUTHORIZR THE PURCHASE OF LANDS BY THE DEVILS LAKE SIOUX TRIBE. (BURDICK)
  43. S. 509- TO AMEND SECTION 201 PF THE AGRICULTURAL ACT OF 1949 (HELMS)
  44. S. 517- TO AMEND THE CLEAN AIR ACT FOR FURTHUR STUDY OF DEPLETION OF THE OZONE LAYER (BENTSEN)
  45. S. 533- PUBLIC BUILDING ACT OF 1981 ( STAFFORD )
  46. S. 539- TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF FUNDS FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A 9 DIGIT ZIP CODE (DURENBERGER)
  47. S. 569- AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1954 TO PROVIDE AN INVESTMENT TAX CREDIT FOR CERTAIN SOIL AND WATER CONSTERVATION EXPENDITURES. (JEPSEN)
  48. S. 603- EXEMPT NON-PROFIT VETERANS AND FRATERNAL ORGAINZATION FROM COPYRIGHT ROYALTY RULES (ZORINSKY)
  49. S. 622- TO CONTROL THE EXPORT OF HAZARDOUS WASTES (INOUYE)
  50. S. 635- EFFECT CERTAIN REORGANIZATION OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, STRENGTHEN PROGRAMS TO COMBAT TERRORISM (HEINZ)
  51. S. 636- TO CLARIFY THE VETERANS ADMINISTRATION'S AUTHORITY TO RECOVER HEALTH CARE COSTS, AND TO EXTEND VERTERANS ANDIMISTRATION FUNDING REGARDING: AGENT ORANGE ( CRANSTON )
  52. S. 665- EXTEND PERIOD DURING WHICH THE SECRETARY OF DEFENCE MAY REPAY CERTAIN EDUCATION LOAND MADE TO PERSONS WHO SERVE IN THE ARMED FORCES. (CHAFEE)
  53. S. 672- TO REQUIRE THE SECRETARY OF TRANSPORTATION TO ADMINISTER A NATIONAL DRIVER REGISTER TO ASSIST STATE DRIVER LICENSING OFFICES IN ELECTRON-EXCHANGING INFORMATION REGARDING MOTOR VEHICLE DRIVING RECORDS. (PELL)
  54. S. 682- PLACE A MORATORIUM ON DECISIONS MADE BY THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMITION IN SHARED MONOPLOY PROCEEDINGS (RIEGLE)
  55. S. 701- TO AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE AVT OF 1954 TO PROVIDE FRO THE EXCLUSION FROM TAXATION OF INTEREST EARNED ON DEPOSITS WHICH ARE USED FOR RESIDENTIAL MORTAGAGE LENDING PURPOSES. (BENTSEN)
  56. S. 719- TO AMEND UNITED STATES CODE REGARDING APPOINTMENT, COMPENSATION AND PROCUREMENT OF CONSULTING SERVICES. (PRYOR)
  57. S. 728- AMEND THE FOREIGN ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1961 TO PROHIBIT ASSIGNMENT TO OR PRESENCE IN EL SALVADOR OF UNITED STATES MILITARY PPERSONNEL AND TO PROHIBIT THE FURNISHING OF MILITART AND OTHER SECURITY ASSISTANCE FOR EL SALVADOR . (KENNEDY)
  58. S. 740- THE RAILROAD BONDING ACT. (DURENBURGER)
  59. S. 776- AMEND THE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT TO MORE FULLY LIMIT AND CONTROL IMMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES. (HUDDLESTON)
  60. S. 777- AMEND THE FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT. (TOWER)
  61. S. 782- AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE CODE OF 1954 TO EXEMPT FROM TAXATION THE PAY RECEIVED BY MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL GUARD OR OF RESERVE COMPONENTS OF THE ARMED FORCES TO THE EXTENT THAT SUCH PAY DOES NOT EXCEED $5,000.
  62. S. 792- TO PROMOTE NATIVE AMERICAN ART AND CULTURE. (MELCHER)
  63. S. 796- RURAL TELEPHONE BOOK AMENDMENT ACT OF 1981. (ZORINSKY)
  64. S. 808- AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER ACT OF 1981. (MATHIAS)
  65. S. 881- AMEND THE SMALL BUSINESS ACT TO STRENGTHEN THE ROLE OF THE SMALL INNOVATIVE FIRMS IN FEDERALLY FUNDED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT, AND TO UTILIZE FEDERAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AS A BASE FOR TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION TO MEET AGENCY NEEDS AND TO CONRTIBUTE TO THE GROWTH AND STRENGTH OF THE NATION'S ECONOMY. (RUDMAN)
  66. S. 886- AUTHORIXE PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES TO PRESENT ON BEHALF OF CONGRESS A SPECIAL GOLD METAL TO LOUIS L'AMOUR. (ANDREWS)
  67. S. 888- PROVIDE EFFECTIVE PROGRAMS TO ASSURE EQUALITY OF ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN AND MEN. (DURENBURGER)
  68. S. 890- CONGRESSIONAL CONTROL DELEGATED AUTHORITY ACT OF 1981. (SCHMITT)
  69. S. 894- TO EXEMPT RURAL COOPS FROM FEES UNDER FEDERAL LAND POLOCY ACT OF 1976. (CANNON)
  70. S. 895- AMEND THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965 TO EXTEND CERTAIN PROVISIONS FOR AN ADDITIONAL TEN YEARS, TO EXTEND CERTAIN OTHER PROVISTIONS FOR AND ADDITIONAL SEVEN YEARS. (MATHIAS)
  71. S. 939- AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION FOR FY 1982, 1982, AND 1984. (EAGLETON)
  72. S. 987- A BILL TO AMEND THE SMALL BUSINESS ACT. (NUNN)
  73. S. 1016- AMEND THE FOOD STAMP ACT OF 1977, REDUCE FRAUD AND ABUSE. (DOLE)
  74. S. 1024- AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION OF CERTAIN HIGHWAYS IN ACORDANCE WITH TITLE 23, UNITED STATES CODE. (SYMMS)
  75. S. 1025- TO PROVIDE FOR PENALTIES FOR PERSONS WHO OBTAIN OR ATTEMPT TO OBTAIN NARCOTICS OR OTHER CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES FROM ANY PHARMACISTS BY TERROR, FORCE, OR VIOLENCE. (GRASSLEY)
  76. S. 1030- PROTECT FIREARMS OWNERS CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS, CIVIL LIBERTIES AND RIGHTS TO PRIVACY. (MCCLURE)
  77. S. 1034- AMEND TITLE 38, UNITED STATES CODE, TO PROVIDE A MORE EQIUITABLE FORMULA FOR PAYMENTS BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF VETERANS AFFAIRS TO STATES FOR THE COST OF CARE PROVIDED IN STATE NURSING HOMES TO VETERANS ELIGIBLE OF SUCH CARE.
  78. S. 1081- AMEND THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES ACT. (LAXALT)
  79. S. 1086- EXTEND AND REVISE THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. ( DENTON )
  80. S. 1131- REQUIRE THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO PAY INTEREST ON OVERDUE PAYMENTS.

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  1. S. 1162- AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE CODE OF 1954 TO INCRESES THE ALLOWABLE CONTRIBUTIONS TO EMPLOYEE STOCK OWNERSHIP PLANS. (LONG)
  2. S. 1189- AMEND THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT TO PROVIDE FOR A PROGRAM OF BLOCK GRANTS FOR ENGERGY AND EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE. (HEINZE)
  3. S. 1215- CLARIFY THE CIRCUMSTANCES UNDER WHICH TERRITORIAL PROVISIONS IN LICENSES TO DISTRIBUTE AND SELL TRADEMARKED MALT BEVERAGE PRODUCTS ARE LAWFUL UNDER THE ANTITRUST LAWS. (PROXMIRE)
  4. S. 1272- TO MODIFY CERTAIN AIRPORT AND AIRWAY USER TAXES TO PROVIDE USER TAXES TO PROVIDE APPROPRIATE FUNDING FOR THE AIRPORT AND AIRWAY TRUST.
  5. S. 1276- AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1954 TO PERMIT SMALL BUSINESS TO REDUCE THE VALUE OF EXCESS INVENT.
  6. S. 1279- AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE CODE OF 1954 TO EXCLUDE FROM GROSS INCOME A CERTAIN AMOUNT OF INTEREST EARNED ON THE ALL SAVERS CERTIFICATES.
  7. S. 1298- AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE CODE OF 1954 TO EXTEND CERTAIN TAX PROVISIONS TO INDIAN TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS.
  8. S. 1310- AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1954 TO PROVIDE CERTAIN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, EMPLOYMENT AND TAX INCENTIVES FOR INDIVIDUALS AND BUSINESSES IN DEPRESSED AREAS.
  9. S. 1325- A BILL TO REFORM THE LAWS RELATING TO FORMER PRESIDENTS. ( CHILES )
  10. S. 1326- AMEND TITLE 38, UNITED STATES CODE, TO AUTHORIZE A SERVICE PENSION OF UP TO $150/MONTH FOR VETERANS OF WORLD WAR I AND FOR ERTAIN SURVIVING SPOUSES AND DEPENDANT CHILDREN OF SUCH VETERANS (SASSER)
  11. S. 1342- TO DEFINE THE CIRCUMSTANCES UNDER WHICH CONSTRUCTIONS WORKERS MAY DEDUCT TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES IN COMPUTING THEIR TAXABLE INCOMES FOR PURPOSES OF THE FEDERAL INCOME TAX. (MELCHER)
  12. S. 1348- AMEND INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE CODE OF 1954 TO CLARIFY CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS WHICH APPLY TO MORTGAGE SUBSIDY BONDS. (SASSER)
  13. S. 1373- A BILL TO AUTHORIZE THE PRESIDENT TO CALL A WHITE HOUSE CONFORENCE ON VETERANS. (DECONCINI)
  14. S. 1376- AMEND TITLE IV OF THE FEDERAL AVIATION ACT OF 1958 TO REDUCE AIRLINE SUBSIDIES.
  15. S. 1407- AMEND TITLE 39, UNITED STATES CODE, BY STRENGTHENING THE INVESTIBATORY AND ENFORCEMENT POWERS OF THE POSTAL SERVICE BY AUTHORIZIN INSPECTION AUTHORIZATION AND BY PROVIDING FOR CIVIL PENALTIES (PRYOR)
  16. S. 144- TO AUTHORIZE THE ADMINISTRATOR OF GENERAL SERVICES TO DONATE TO STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS CERTAIN FEDERAL PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANED TO THEM FOR CIVIL DEFENSE USE. (THURMOND)
  17. S. 1448- PROVIDE FOR ISSUANCE OF A POSTAGE STAMP TO COMMENORATE THE 17 TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FOUNDING OF THE GIRL SCOUTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA . (MATHIAS)
  18. S. 1450- AIRLINE DEREGULATION AMENDMENTS ACT OF 1981.
  19. S. 1461- A BILL FOR THE RELIEF OF CERTAIN EMPLOYEES AT ANTIBALLISTIC MISSLE SITES. (ANDREWS)
  20. S. 1476- TO PROVIDE STANDBY AUTHORITY TO DEAL WITH PETROLEUM DISRUPTIONS. (DURENBERGER)
  21. S. 1498- TO ESTABLISH AN OFFICE IN THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH TO ASSIST IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF DRUGS FOR DISEASES AND CONDITIONS OF LOW INCIDENCE. (KASSEBAUM)
  22. S. 1533- ORIGINAL BILL TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE LEGAL SERVICES CORPORATION FOR FISICAL YEAR 1982, 1938 AND 1984 AND ENCOURAGE THE USE OF PRIVATE ATTORNEYS IN PROVISION OF LEGAL SERVICES UNDER THE ACT. (WEICKER)
  23. S. 1543- AMEND THE FEDERAL ALCOHOL ADMINISTRATION TO REQUIRE A HEALTH WARNING IN LABELS OF CERTAIN ALCOHOL BEVERAGES. (THURMOND)
  24. S. 1589- IMPROVE THE SECURITY OF THE ELECTRIC POWER GENERAGIAON AND TRANSMISSION SYSTEM IN THE UNITED STATES. (HEFLIN)
  25. S. 1634- TO INCORPORATE THE NATIONAL FEDERATION OF MUSIC CLUBS. (COCHRAN)
  26. S. 1656- AMEND INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE CODE OF 1954 TO CLARIFY CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS WHICH APPLY TO MORTAGE SUBSITY BONDS.
  27. S. 1678- TO AMEND THE EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT INCOME SECURITY ACT OF 1974. (HATCH)
  28. S. 1693- TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF A STAMP TO COMMEMORATE THE 200 TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE PRESENCE OF THE BALD EGAL ONT EH OFFICIAL SEAL OF THE UNITED STATES. (KASTEN)
  29. S. 1701- TO AMEND TITLE 28, UNITED STATES CODE, TO AUTHORIZE THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO ACQUIRE AND EXCHANGE INFORMATION TO ASSIST FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL, OFFICIALS IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF CERTAIN DECEASED INDIVIDUALS IN LOCATION OF MISSING CHILDREN. (HAWKINS)
  30. S. 1735- TO PROVIDE FOR THE USE AND DISTRIBUTION OF FUNDS AWARDED THE PEMBINA CHIPPEWA INDIANS IN DOCKETS 113, 191, 221, AND 246 OF THE COURT OF CLAIMS. (ANDREWS)
  31. S. 1754- AMEND TITLE XVIII OF SOCIAL SECURITY AT TO REMOVE THE 3 DAY PRIOR HOSPITALIZATION REQUIREMENT FOR COVERAGE OF EXTENDED CARE SERVICES. (HEINZ)
  32. S. 1782- TO AMEND SECTION 305 OF THE FEDERAL PROPERTY AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES ACT OF 1949 PERTAINING TO CONTRACT PAYMENTS MADE BY AGENCIES OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. PROVIDING FOR ELIMINATION OF RETAINAGE IN CERTAIN INSTITUTIONS (WEICKER)
  33. S. 1833- TO REDUCE THE REGULATORY BURDEN. (BENTSEN)
  34. S. 1880- TO AMEND THE MANUFACTURING CLAUSE OF THE COPYRIGHT LAW. (THURMOND)
  35. S. 1881- TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSURANCE OF A COMMEMORATIVE STAMP TO HONOR THE DEDICATION OF THE VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL. (SASSER)
  36. S. 1833- TO REDUCE THE REGULATORY BURDEN.
  37. S. 1889- TO ESTABLISH THE UNITED STATES ACADEMY OF PEACE, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (MATSUNAGA)
  38. S. 1896- TO AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1954 TO REPEAL THE SPECIAL LEASING PROVISIONS ENACTED BY THE ECONOMIC RECOVERY TAX ACT OF 1981. (PELL)
  39. S. 1929- TO AMEND THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES ACT AND THE FEDERAL CIGARETTE LABELING AND ADVERTISING ACT TO INCREASE THE AVAILABILITY TO THE AMERICAN PUBLIC OF INFORMATION ON HEALTH CONSEQUENCES OF SMOKING. (HATCH)
  40. S. 1931- TO AMEND TITLE 5, UNITED STATES CODE, TO ENTITLE CIVIL AIR PATROL CADETS EIGHTEEN YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER TO COMPENSATION AVAILABLE TO CIVIL AIR PATROL SENIOR MEMBERS IN EVENT OF DISABILITY OR DEATH AND TO INCREASE THE LEVEL OF COMPENSATION AVAILABLE TO BOTH. (SCHMITT)
  41. S. 1939- TO AMEND THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES ACT TO ESTABLISH A NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON ARTHRITUS AND MUSCULOSKELETAL DIEASES. (BAKER)
  42. S. 1956- AMEND TITLE 38, UNITED STATES CODE, TO AUTHORIZE REIMBURSMENT FOR THE REASONABLE CHARE FOR CHIROPRACTIC SERVICES PROVIDED TO CERTAIN VETERANS. (THURMOND)
  43. S. 1958- TO AMEND TITLE XVIII OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT TO PROVIDE FOR COVERAGE OF HOSPICE ARE UNDER MEDICARE.
  44. S. 1968- TO CLARIFY THE APPLICATION OF THE CLAYTON ACT AND THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION ACT WITH RESPECT TO CERTAIN JOINT VENTURES WHICH PROMOTE THE INTERNATIONAL COMPETITIVNESS OF THE UNITED STATES BUSINESS. (HATCH)
  45. S. 1984- TO AMEND THE FEDERAL TRADE COMMISION ACT TO PROTECT THE LEGISLATIVE AND REGULATORY AUTHORITY OF THE STATE LEGISLATURES. (MCCLURE)
  46. S. 1992- TO AMEND THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT OF 1965 TO EXTEND THE EFFECT OF CERTAI PROVISIONS AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (MATHIAS)
  47. S. 2001- TO AMEND THE LANHAM TRADEMARD ACT TO PROHIBIT ANY STATE FROM REQUIRING THAT A REGISTERED TRADEMARK NE ALTERED FOR THE USE WITHIN SUCH STATE AND TO ENCOURAGE PRIVATE ENTERPRISES WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON THE PRESERVATION OF SMALL BUSINESS. (HATCH)
  48. S. 2012- TO AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE CODE OF 1954 TO LIMIT THE DEDUCTION OF LIVING EXPENSE BY MEMBERS OF CONGRESS AND TO ELIMINATE THE PROVISION WHICH ALLOWS SUCH DEDUCTION WITHOUT SUBSTATIATION OF SUCH EXPENSES. (PROXMIRE)
  49. S. 2019- TO AMEND TITLE 38, UNITED STATES CODE, TO AUTHORIZE THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE VETERANS' AFFAIRS TO PAY CERTAIN BURIAL AND FUNERAL EXPENCES OF CERTAIN VETERANS AND TO PROVIDE A CEMETARY PLOT ALLOWANCE FOR CERTAIN VETERANS. (BUMPERS)
  50. S. 2027- TO PROVIDE FOR AN ACCELERATED STUDY OF THE CAUSE AND EFFECTS OF ACID PRECIPITAION, TO PROVIDE FOR AN EXAMINATION OF CERTAIN ACID PRECURSOR CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (ROBERT C. BYRD)
  51. S. 2043- TO AMEND TITLE 18, UNITED STATES CODE, TO PROVIDE CRIMINAL PENALTIES FOR MAILINGS OF IDENTIFICATION DOCUMENTS BEARING A FALSE BIRTHDATE. (HUMPHREY)
  52. S. 2057- TO AMEND TITLE 49, UNITED STATES CODE. (KASTEN)
  53. S. 2061- TO PROVIDE FOR THE CONSERVATION, REHIBILITATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF ANTURAL AND CULTURAL RESOURSES LOCATED ON INDIAN LANDS AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (MOYNIHAN)
  54. S. 2072- TO AMEND THE AGRICULTURAL ACT OF 1949, TO IUNCREASE LOAN RATES AND PRICE SUPPORT LEVELS FOR THE 1982-1985 CROPS OF CORN AND WHEAT. (BURDICK)
  55. S. 2072- TO AMEND THE AGRICULTURAL ACT OF 1949, TO INCREASE LOAN RATES AND PRICE SUPPORT LEVELS FOR 1982-1985 CROPS.
  56. S. 2078- TO PROHIBIT THE USE OF FUNDS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF LETHATL BINARY CHEMICAL MUTATIONS.(HART)
  57. S. 2080- TO AMEND THE FEDERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN ACT TO PROVIDE THAT ALL PERSONS MUST COMPLY WITH THE ACT.
  58. S. 2107- TO ENTEND FROM MAY 1982 TO OCTOBER 1982 THE MONTH BEFORE WHICH CHILDREN NOT OTHERWISE ENTITLED TP CHILDREN'S INSURANCE BENEFITS UNDER TITLE II OF SOCIAL SECURITY ACT ETC. (LEVIN)
  59. S. 2130- TO AMEND THE FEDERAL FOOD, DRUG, AND COSMETIC ACT TO FACILITATE THE DEVELOPMENT OF DRUGS FOR RARE DIEASES/
  60. S. 2144- TO EXTEND THE APPALACHIAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACT TO PROVIDE TRANSITIONAL ASSISTANCE TO THE APPLACHIAN REGION. ( RANDOLPH )
  61. S. 2179- TO AMEND THE WAR POWERS RESOLUTION TO REQUIRE SPECIFIC AUTHORIZATION BEFORE THE INTRODUCTION OF ANF UNITED STATES ARMED FORCED INTO HOSTILITIES IN EL SALVAOR. (BYRD OF WV)
  62. S. 2226- TO AMEND THE NATIONAL HOUSING ACT TO PROVIDE FOR EMERGENCY INTEREST REDUCTION PAYMENTS (LUGAR)
  63. S. 2250- TO AMEND THE DISASTER RELIEF ACT OF 1974. (MURKOWSKI)
  64. S. 2270- TO AMEND SECTION II OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT TO PROVIDE GENERALLY THAT BENEFITS THEREUNDER MAY BE PAID TO ALL ALIENS ONLY AFTER THEY HAVE BEEN LAWFULLY ADMITTED TO THE UNITED STATES FOR PERMANENT RESIDENCE. (LUGAR)
  65. S. 2277- TO AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE OF 1954 TO MAKE CERTAIN CHANGES TO STIMULATE THE HOUSING INDUSTRY.
  66. S. 2280- A BILL TO AMEND THE CLEAN WATER ACT OF 1977. (MURKOWSKI)
  67. S. 2298- THE ENTERPRISE ZONE TAX ACT OF 1982. (CHAFEE)
  68. S. 2300- FAIR PRACTICES IN AUTMOTIVE PRODUCTS ACT. BURDICK WITHDRAWN AUGUST 17, 1982 .
  69. S. 2309- A BILL TO AMEND THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT OF 1973, TO AUTHORIZE FUNDS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1983. (CHAFEE)
  70. S. 2315- TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF CERTAIN HIGHWAYS IN ACCORDANCE WITH TITLE 23 OF UNITED STATES CODE. (SYMMS)
  71. S. 2317- TO RECOGNIZE THE ORGANIZATION KNOWN AT THE NATIONAL FEDERATIO OF MUSIC CLUBS. (COCHRAN)
  72. S. 2327- TO AMEND THE NATIONAL HOUSING ACT TO PROVIDE FOR AN EMERGENCIY HOMEOWNERSHIP PROGRAM, TO AUTHORIZE ASSISTANCE TO AVOID MORTGAGE DEFULTS CAUSED BY ADVERSE ECONOMIC CONDITIONS. (RIEGLE)
  73. S. 2335- TO AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE CODE OF 1954 TO PROVIDE THAT ANY SMALL ISSUE WHICH IS PART OF A MULTIPLE LOT SHALL MEET THE REQUIREMENT S OF THE SMALL ISSUE EXEMPTION. (WEICKER)
  74. S. 2338- TO EXPAND THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE ADVISORY COMMISSION ON INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS TO INCLUDE ELECTED SCHOOL BOARD OFFICIALS. (PERCY)
  75. S. 2346- TO AMEND THE NATIONAL HOUSING ACT TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL AUTHORIZATION FOR THE GOVERNMENT NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCAIATION TANDEM PROGRAM AMD TO EXPRESS CONGRESSIONAL OPPOSITION TO CERTAIN RESCISSIONS. (RIEGLE)
  76. S. 2353- A BILL ENTITLED “THE LIFE INSURANCE TAXATION ACT OF 1982.” (BENTSON)
  77. S. 2368- TO REQUIRE THE PRESIDENT TO TAKE CERTAIN ACTIONS TO OBTAIN RELIEF FROM NON-TARIFF TRADE BARRIERS IMPOSED BY FOREIGN COUNTRIES AGAINST AGRICULTURAL GOODS PRODUCED IN THE UNITED STATES. (PRESSLER)
  78. S. 2385- TO AMEND SUBCHAPTER IV OF CHAPER 73 OF CHAPER 38, UNITED STATES CODE, TO MODIFY THE VETERANS ADMINISTRATION HEALTH PROFESSIONAL SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM. (SIMPSON)
  79. S. 2389- TO AMEND TITLE 38, UNITED STATES CODE, TO IMPROVE VARIOUS ASPECTS OF VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HEALTH-CARE PROGRAMS AND TO EXTEND CERTAIN EXPIRING VETERANS' ADMINISTRATION HEALTH-CARE PROGRAMS. ( CRANSTON )
  80. S. 2404- A BILL TO AMEND SECTION 202 OF THE HOUSING ACT OF 1959 TO REAUTHORIZE THE HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY AND HANDICAPPED PROGRAMS. (HEINS)
  81. S 2419- TO AMEND TITLE 28, UNITED STATES CODE, REGARDING VENUE AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (DECONCINI)
  82. S. 2420- A BILL TO PROTECT VICTIMS OF CRIME. (HEINZ)
  83. S. 2424- TO AMEND THE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICECODE OF 1954 TO ALLOW A CREDIT AGAINST TAX FOR EXPENSES INCURRED IN THE CARE OF ELDERLY FAMILY MEMBERS. (HEINZ)
  84. S. 2477- TO AMEND CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF TITLE 1 OF THE CLEAN AIR ACT. (GARN)
  85. S. 2512- SOCIAL SECURITY STUDENT BENEFIT EXTENTION AND UNCHASHED BENEFIT TRANSFER.
  86. S. 2526- TO REDUCE INTEREST RATES, CONTROL INFLATION, AND ENSURE THE AVAILABILITY OF CREDIT FOR PRODUCTIVE PURPOSES, AND PROMOTE ECONOMIC RECOVERY BY EXTENDING THE CREDIT CONTROL ACT. ( CRANSTON )
  87. S. 2554- TO REQUIRE THAT COMMODITY CREDIT CORPORATION TO DISPOSE OF GOVERNMENT OWNED STOCKS OF AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES.
  88. S. 2570- TO RECOGNISE THE SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CONGRESS AND ORGANIZATIONS OF WAR VENTERANS. (SASSER)
  89. S. 2572- TO STRENGTHEN LAW ENFORCEMENT IN AREAS OF VIOLENT CRIME AND DRUG TRAFFICKING.(THURMOND)
  90. S. 2585- MILITARY WIDOWS AND SURVIVING CHILDREN BENEFITS RESTORATION ACT. ( CRANSTON )
  91. TO ASSURE THE PRODUCTION OF ADEQUTE SUPPLY OF PURE AND WHOLESOME MILK TO MEET THE NEEDS OF MARKETS OF THE UNITED STATES, TO ASSURE A REASONABLE LEVEL OF RETURNS TO DAIRY FARMERS AND STABLE PRICES FOR MILK. ( BOSHWITZ)
  92. S. 2617- PROHBITION OF MANDATORY RETIREMENT AND EMPLOYMENT RIGHTS ACT OF 1982. (HEINZ)
  93. S. 2623- TO AMEND AND EXTEND THE TRIBALLY CONTROLLED COMMUNITY COLLEGE ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1978. (COHEN)
  94. S. 2655- STUDENT LOAN ASSISTANCE AMENDMENTS OF 1982. (FORD)
  95. S. 2659- TO AMEND THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT TO PROVIDE THAT DISABILITY BENEFITS MAY BIT BE TERMINATED PRIOR TO COMPLETION OF THE RECONSIDERATION PROCESS INCLUDING AN EVIDENTIARY HEARING. (SASSER)
  96. S. 2663- TO AUTHORIZE A NATIONAL PROGRAM OF IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF EDUCATION. (HART)
  97. S. 2674- DISABILITYAMENDMENTS OF 1982. (LEVLIN)
  98. S. 2676- TO ESTABLISH A NATIONAL HOSTEL SYSTEM PLAN AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (DODD)
  99. S. 2700- TO AMEND TITLE XVI OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT TO EXCLUDE FOR RESOURSES BURIAL PLOTS AND NICHES AND CERTAIN FUNDS SET ASIDE FOR BURIAL AND CREMATION EXPENSES FOR PURPOSES OF SUPLAMENTAL SECURITY INCOME PROGRAM.
  100. S. 2730- TO PLACE A MORATORIUM ON CONTINUING DISABILITY INVESTIGATION TERMINATIONS UNDER TITLES II AND XVI OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT. (HEINZ)
  101. S. 2739- TO AMEND TITLE II OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT TO PROVIDE THAT TERMINATION OF DISABILITY BENEFITS SHALL REQUIRE THAT A FINDING BE MEDE THAT THERE HAS BEEN MEDICAL IMPROVEMENTS OR THAT THE PRIOR DESCISION WAS CLEARLY ERRONEOUS, TO PROVIDE FOR CONTINUATION OF DIABILITY BENEFITS THROUGH THE APPEALS PROCESS. (METZENBAUM)
  102. S. 2768- A BILL FOR THE RELIEF OF ALBERT KORGEL. (BURDICK)

 

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  1. S. 2776- TO PROVIDE THAT DISABILITY BENEFITS UNDER TITLE II OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT MAY NOT BE TERMINATED WITHOUT EVIDENCE OF MEDICAL IMPROVEMENT, TO LIMIT THE NUMBER OF PERIODIC REVIEWS AND TO PROVIDE THAT BENEFITS CONTINUE TO BE PAID THROUGH A DETERMINATION BY AN ADMINISTRATIVE JUDGE. (RIEGLE)
  2. S. 2780- TO LIMIT THE INSANITY DEFENSE AND TO PROVIDE A PROCEDURE FOR COMMITMENT OF DEFENDANTS FOUND GUILTY WHO ARE MENTALLY ILL. (COCHRAN)
  3. S. 2784- MAJOR LEAGE SPORTS COMMUNITY PROTECTION ACT OF 1982. (DECONCINI)
  4. S. 2807- BALANCED MONETARY POLICY ACT OF 1982. (BYRD OF WV)
  5. S. 2822- STUDENT ASSISTANCE REFORM ACT. (NICKLES)
  6. S. 2861- TO AUTHORIZE THE CONSTRUCTION OF A LOCK ON THE MISSISSIPPI RIVE RIN THE VINCINITY OF ALTON , ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI AND TO AUTHORIZE APPROPRIATIONS TO CARRY OUT CERTAIN PROGRAMS FOR THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER SYSTEM. (DANFORTH)
  7. S. 2876- TO AMEND THE SMALL BUSINESS INVESTMENT ACT OF 1958 TO PROVIDE DEBENTURES FOR STAE DEVELOPMENT COMPANIES.
  8. S. 2902- TO DEFINE THE AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSE OF INSANITY AND TO PROVIDE A PROCEDURE FOR THE COMMITMENT OF OFFENDERS SUFFERING FROM A MENTAL DISEASE OR DEFECT. (THURMOND)
  9. S. 2909- NATIONAL SCIENCE AND MATHAMATICS TEACHERS DECELOPMENT ACT. (DODD)
  10. S. 2912- TO PROVIDE THAT THE AMOUNT OF UNNEGOTIATED SOCIAL SECURITY CHECKS SHALL NOT BE RETURNED TO THE SOCIAL SECURITY TRUST FUND. (METZENBAUM)
  11. S. 2918- RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE INVESTMENT ACT OF 1982. (CHAFEE)
  12. S. 2942- TO PROVIDE THAT DISABILITY BENEFITS UNDER TITLE II OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY ACT SHALL CONTINUE TO BE PAID THROUGHT THE END OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE APPEALS PROCESS, AND THAT PERIODIC REVIEWS OF THE DISABILITY CASES SHALL BE CARRIED OUT ONLY TO THE EXTEND DETERMINED TO BE APPROPRIATE. (COHEN)
  13. S. 2953- EDUCATION FOR ECONIMIC SECURITY ACT. (PELL)
  14. S.3004 – AGRICULTURAL STABILIZATION AND CONSERVATION COMMITTEES ACT OF 1982. (ZORINSKY)
  15. S. 3017 – TO INCREASE THE FUNDING FOR LOW-INCOME HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE. (DANFORTH)
  16. OFFICIAL BILL FILES 1981-1982
  17. CONGRESSIONAL RECORD 1982
  18. AMENDMENT 8 TO S. 509 – ESTABLISH A SECTION 22 QUOTA ON IMPORTATION OF CASE IN PRODUCTS INTO THE U.S. (MELCHER)
  19. AMENDMENT 9 TO S. 509 – REMOVE SOVIET GRAIN EMBARGO UNLESS PRESIDENT TAKES ACTION. (ZORINSKY)
  20. AMENDMENT 20 TO S.CON.RES. 9 – (BUDGET RECONCILIATION) RESTORING VETERANS MEDICAL SERVICES FUND. ( CHILES )
  21. AMENDMENT 34 TO S.CON.RES. 9 – (BUDGET RECONCILIATION) REGARDING RESTORING FUNDS FOR CERTAIN PROGRAMS. (CHAFEE)
  22. AMENDMENT 49 TO 2. 815 – REQUIRE APPROVAL OF BOTH HOUSE WITH REGARD TO BASING MODE FOR THE MX MISSILES. (LEVIN)
  23. AMENDMENT S. 921 – EXTEND FOR 3 YEARS PERIOD IN WHICH VIETNAM ERA VETERANS MAY REQUEST READJUSTMENT COUNSELING.
  24. AMENDMENT 494 TO H.J.RES. 266 – EXEMPT INDEPENDENT PRODUCERS & CERTAIN ROYALTY OWNERS FROM WINDFALL PROFIT TAX ON THE FIRST 1,000 BARRELS OF DAILY PRODUCTION. (BENTSEN)
  25. AMENDMENT 504 TO H.J.RES. 266 – RESTORE MINIMUM BENEFIT FOR PERSONS ALREADY ON THE BENEFIT ROLSS PRIOR TO JANUARY 1982. (REIGLE)
  26. AMENDMENT 542 TO S. 884 – URGE & REQUEST THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE TO USE EXISTING AUTHORITY TO INCREASE SALES OF U.S. AGRICULTURAL COMMODITIES & PRODUCTS THEREOF IN FOREIGN COUNTRIES. (ARMSTORNG)
  27. AMENDMENT 623 TO H.R. 4121 – PROHIBIT USE OF APPROPRIATED FUNDS FOR PAYMENTS UNDER ANY CONTRACT FOR FEDERAL EMPLOYEES HEALTH BENEFITS WITH THE SERVICE BENEFIT PLAN. (D'AMATO)
  28. AMENDMENT 625 TO S. 1112 – DIRECTS PRESIDENT IN COOPERATIONS WITH BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, SHALL BY NOVEMBER 25 EXERCISE APPROPRIATE AUTHORITY TO ASSURE AN ADEQUATE FLOW OF CREDIT TO SMALL BORROWERS AT AFFORDABLE PRICES.
  29. AMENDMENT 627 TO S. 1112 – CHANGING THE DATE TO DECEMBER 1. ( CHILES )
  30. AMENDMENT 650 TO H.R. 4995 – EXPRESS SENSE OF SENATE WITH RESPECT TO A PROGRAM FOR ELDERLY IN THE EIGHTIES. (METZENBAUM)
  31. AMENDMENT 651 TO S. 881 – PROVIDE FOR APPT OF SMALL BUSINESS REPRESENTATIVE TO THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS, FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM.
  32. S.UP.AMENDMENT 20 TO S.CON.RES. 9 – SUGGESTING A RESTORATION OF FUNDS FOR VETERANS MEDICAL SERVICES. ( CHILES )
  33. S.UP.AMENDMENT 34 TO S.CON.RES 9 – RESTORE FUNDS FOR CERTAIN PROGRAMS. (CHAFEE)
  34. S.UP.AMENDMENT 35 TO S.CON.RES. 9 – TO RESTORE FUNDS FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION. (MITCHELL)
  35. S.UP.AMENDMENT 87 TO S.CON.RES 19 – TO INCREASE BUDGET AUTHORITY BY $200 MILLION $ BUDGET $200MILLION FOR FUNCTION 350, & DECREASE BUDGET AUTHORITY BY $200 MILLION & BUDGET OUTLAYS BY $200 MILLION FOR FUNCTION 150.
  36. S.UP.AMENDMENT 112 TO H.R. 3512 – CALLING TO ENACT REFORMS NECESSARY TO ENSURE LONG-TERM SOLVENCY OF SOCIAL SECURITY WITHOUT SUPPORTING MODIFICATION IN BENEFITS WHICH EXCEED THE AMOUNT NECESSARY TO ACHIEVE A FINACIALLY SOUND SYSTEM.
  37. S.UP.AMENDMENT 183 TO S.1377 – TO PROVIDE BUDGET AUTHORITY FOR FISCAL YEAR 1982 FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION.
  38. S.UP.AMENDMENT 184 TO S. 1377 – TO ELIMINATE THE ELIMINATION OF CARGO PREFERNCE UNDER TITLES I & II OF THE AGRICULTURAL TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT AND ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1964. (GORTON)
  39. S.UP.AMENDMENT 208 TO S.1377 – TO INCREASE FUNDS FOR FEDERAL IMPACT AID. (TOWER)
  40. S.UNPRINTED AMENDMENT 231 TO H.J.RES. 266 – LIMITING THE SIZE OF TAX-EXEMPT SAVINGS CERTIFICATES TO NOT GREATER THAN $500
  41. S.UP.AMENDMENT 246 TO H.J.RES. 266 – TO ALLOW THE DEDUCTION FOR CHARITABLE CONTRIBUTIONS TO BE ALLOWED FOR INDIVIDUALS WHO DO NOT ITEMIZE DEDUCTION. (PACKWOOD)
  42. S.UP.AMENDMENT 254 TO H.J.RES. 266 – TO EXEMPT INDEPENDENT PRODUCERS & CERTAIN ROYALTY OWNERS FROM WINDFALL PROFIT TAX ON THE FIRST 1,000 BARRELS OF DAILY PRODUCTION. (BENTSEN)
  43. S.UP.AMENDMENT 281 TO H.J.RES. 266 – EXPRESSING SENSE OF SENATE THE SENATE FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORT A BILL AUTHORIZING INTER-FUND BORROWING TO THE SENATE BY NOVEMBER 15, 1982 . (SASSER)
  44. S.UP.AMENDMENT 308 TO H.J.RES. 266 – TO PROVIDE THAT THE AT RISK RULES NOT APPLY TO CERTAIN PROPERTY. (MATSUNAGA)
  45. S.UP.AMENDMENT 331 TO H.J.RES. 266 – RELATING TO THE TREATMENT OF COAL UNTILIZATION PROPERTY FOR THE PURPOSES OF ACRS.
  46. S.UP.AMENDMENT 339 TO H.R. 4034 – TO PROVIDE AN APPROPRIATION OF $10,000,000 FOR THE CONGREGATE HOUSING SERVICES PROGRAM.
  47. S.UP.AMENDMENT 365 TO S. 884 – TO AMEND THE FEDERAL MEAT INSPECTION ACT TO REQUIRE THAT IMPORTED MEAT PRODUCTS MEET THE INSPECTION AND OTHER STANDARDS THAT APPLY TO DOMESTICALLY PRODUCED AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. (MELCHER)
  48. S.UP.AMENDMENT 428 TO H.J.RES. 325 – TO CONTINUE THE MINIMUM SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFIT FOR CURRENT RECIPIENTS.
  49. S.UP.AMENDMENT 472 TO S. 898 – TO DELETE SECTION 237. (BOSCHWITZ)
  50. S.UP.AMENDMENTS 672 TO H.J.RES. 357 – TO INCREASE THE APPROPRIATION FOR THE DUAL BENEFITS PAYTMENTS ACCOUNT UNDER THE RAILROAD RETIREMENT ACT OF 1974. (METZENBAUM)
  51. S.UP.AMENDMENT 696 TO H.J.RES. 357 – TO APPROPRIATE FUNDS FOR THE EPA & THE COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACCORDING TO THE CONFERENCE REPORT ON THE HUD INDEPENDENT AGENCIES APPROPRIATIONS ACT. (HART)
  52. S.UP.AMENDMENT 40 TO H.R. 4995 – PROVIDE CERTIFICATION AND PERIODIC REPORTING OF THE COSTS OF THE B-1B PROGRAM.
  53. S.CON.RES. 4 – THE INTERNATIONAL YEAR OFDISABLED PERSONS. (DOLE)
  54. S.CON.RES. 15 – SENSE OF THE SENATE TO TIE ALL EXPROTS TO USSR TO GRAIN EMBARGO. (MATTINGLY)
  55. S.CON.RES. 33 – DISAPPROVING THE FTC TRADE REGULATION RULE RELATING TO THE SALE OF USED MOTOR VEHICLES.
  56. S.CON.RES. 35 – RESOLUTION EXPRESSING THE OBJECTION OF THE CONGRESS TO THE PROPOSED SALE OF CERTAIN DEFENSE ARTICLES, TOGETHER WITH SPARE PARTS, AND EQUIPMENT & DEFENSE SERVICES TO THE KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA . (PACKWOOD)
  57. S.CON.RES. 37 – DISAPPROVING THE SALES TO SAUDI ARABI OF AIRBORNE WARNING AND CONTROL SYSTEMS. (PACKWOOD)
  58. S.CON.RES 40 – RELATING TO A VACANCY ON THE FEDERAL RESERVE BOARD. (BURDICK)
  59. S.CON.RES. 46 – EXPRESSING SENSE OF CONGRESS WITH REGARD TO THE MUTUAL SECURITY EFFORTS OF U.S. & JAPAN . (LEVIN)
  60. S.CON.RES. 47 – EXPRESSING SENSE OF CONGRESS WITH RESPECT TO THE IMPRISONMENT AND TREATMENT BY THE GOVERNMENT OF THE SOVIET UNION OF ALEXANDER PARITSKY AND HIS FAMILY. (TSONGAS)
  61. S.CON.RES. 52 – EXPRESSING SENSE OF CONGRESS THAT MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL GUARD OF THE U.S. & RESERVES FORCES OF THE ARMED FORCES OF THE U.S. DESERVE PUBLIC RECOGNITION. (GARN)
  62. S.CON.RES. 59 – CONCERNING TAX-EXEMPT STATUS OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS. (HART)
  63. S.CON.RES. 60 – DISAPPROVING THE FTC TRADE REGULATION RULE RELATING TO THE SALE OF USED MOTOR VEHICLE. (PRESSLER)
  64. S.CON.RES. 68 – REGARDING MEMBERSHIP IN THE UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY. (MOYNIHAN)
  65. S.CON.RES. 75 – TO PRESERVE FISCAL YEAR 1980 IMPACT AID FUNDING LEVELS WITH ADJUSTMENTS FOR INFLATION. (PRESSLER)
  66. S.CON.RES. 82 – EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT THE PEOPLE OF THE U.S. SHOULD OBSERVE THE MONTH OF MAY 1982 AS OLDER AMERICANS MONTH. (HAWKINS)
  67. S.CON.RES. 91 – TO CALL UPON THE PRESIDENT TO INVITE THE SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CABINET COUNCIL ON ECONOMIC AFFAIRS. (HEINZ)
  68. S.CON.RES. 103 – TO REAFFIRM THE POLICY OF THE U.S. THAT PUBLIC EDUCATION IS THE CORNERSTONE OF OUR DEMOCRATIC SYSTEM. (HOLLINGS)
  69. S.CON.RES. 113 – RECOGNIZING AND SALUTING THE BENEVOLENT AND PROTECTIVE ORDER OF THE ELKS FOR ITS LEADERSHIP (SYMMS)
  70. S.CON.RES. 121 – EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT THE U.S. SHOULD MAINTAIN FEDERAL INVOLVEMENT IN THE SHILD NUTRITION PROGRAMS. (DOLE)
  71. S.CON.RES. 122 – RELATING TO THE PROCESSED PRODUCT SHARE OF THE U.S. AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS. (PERCY)
  72. S.CON.RES. 126 – CALLING UPON THE U.S. GOVERNMENT TO SUPPORT THE PEOPLE OF AFGHANISTAN WITH THE MATERIAL ASSISTANCE IN THEIR STRUGGLE TO BE FREE FROM FOREIGN DOMINATION. (TSONGAS)
  73. S.CON.RES. 128 – CONCURRENT RESOLUTION RELATING TO THE MONETARY POLICY. (BYRD OF WV)
  74. S.J.RES. 4 – NATIONAL FAMILY WEEK RESOLUTION. (BURDICK)
  75. S.J.RES. 12 – TO DESOGNATE NOV. 14 AS “OPERATING ROOM NURSE DAY.” (INOUYE)
  76. S.J.RES. 16 – MAKING JANUARY 29, 1981 DAY OF THANKS REGARDING FREED HOSTAGES. (HATFIELD)
  77. S.J.RES. 22 – TO MAKE MARCH 16 FREEDOM OF INFORMATION DAY. (HAYAKAWA)
  78. S.J.RES. 28 – RELATING TO THE RELEASE OF THE AMERICAN HOSTAGES HELD CAPTIVE IN IRAN . (BAKER)
  79. S.J.RES. 29 – 1 ST SUNDAY IN JUNE AS NATIONAL GARDEN WEEK. (HEINZ)
  80. S.J.RES. 30 – TO DESIGNATE APRIL 26, 1981 AS “NATIONAL RECOGNITION DAY FOR VETERANS OF THE VIETNAM ERA.” (RIEGLE)
  81. S.J.RES. 38 – TO DESIGNATE FIRST FRIDAY OF MARCH AS “TEACHER DAY, USA ” (KASSEBAUM)
  82. S.J.RES. 40 – TO DESIGNATE APRIL 26, 1981 AS “NATIONAL RECOGNITION DAY FOR VETERANS OF THE VIETNAM ERA.” (RIEGLE)
  83. S.J.RES. 42 – DESIGNATE 3 RD SUNDAY IN SEPTEMBER “NATIONAL MINISTERS DAY.” (THURMOND)
  84. S.J.RES. 50 – DESIGNATING JULY 17, 1981 , AS “NATIONAL P.O.W.-M.I.A. RECOGNITION DAY.” (DECONCINI)
  85. S.J.RES. 51 – PROCLAMATION OBSERVING THE 35 TH ANNIVERSAARY OF THE COOPERATIVE FOR AMERICAN RELIEF EVERYWHERE. (DOLE)
  86. S.J.RES. 53 – PROVIDES FOR DESIGNATION OF SEPTMEBER 6, 1981, AS “WORKING MOTHERS' DAY.” (KASSEBAUM)
  87. S.J.RES. 57 – TO PROVIDE FOR DESIGNATION OF FEBRUARY 7-13, 1981 AS “NATIONAL SCHLERODERMA WEEK.”
  88. S.J.RES. 58 – PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSITUTION ALTERING FEDERAL FISCAL DECISION MAKING PROCEDURES. (THURMOND)
  89. S.J.RES. 59 – DESIGNATING THE SQUARE DANCE AS THE ANIONAL FOLK DANCE OF THE U.S. (BYRD OF W.V.)
  90. S.J.RES. 62 – DESIGNATE THE WEEK OF SEPTEMEBER 20-26, 1981, AS “NATIONAL CYSTIC FIBROSIS WEEK.” (DOLE)
  91. S.J.RES. 64 – DESIGNATE AUGUST 13,1981 , AS “NATIONAL BLINDED VETERANS RECOGNITION DAY” (SIMPSON)
  92. S.J.RES. 66 – DESIGNATE MAY 6, 1981 , AS “NATIONAL NURSING HOME RESIDENTS DAY.” (PRYOR)
  93. S.J.RES. 67 – ESTABLISH “NATIONAL NURSE-MIDWIFERY WEEK.” (INOUYE)
  94. S.J.RES. 73 – DESIGNATE WEEK BEGINNING JUNE 1, 1981 – JUNE 7, 1981 , AS “MANAGEMENT WEEK IN AMERICA ” (GLENN)
  95. S.J.RESS. 74 – DESIGNATE WEEK OF OCTOBER 4 THROUGH 10, 1981, AS “NATIONAL DIABETES WEEK” (MATHIAS)
  96. S.J.RES. 76 – PROVIDING FOR THE ONE HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF FRANKLIN DELANO ROOSEVELT . ( RANDOLPH )
  97. S.J.RES. 79 – DESIGNATE THE 2 ND WEEK IN MAY, BEGINNING WITH MOTHERS' DAY, MAY 10, 1981 , AS SENIOR CENTER WEEK. (GRASSLEY)
  98. S.J.RES. 80 – DESIGINATE THE WEEK OF MAY 17, 1981 , THROUGH MAY 23, 1981 , AS U.S.O. WEEK. (WARNER)
  99. S.J.RES. 85 – DESIGNATE JUNE 30, 1981 , AS “NATIONAL DRUG STANDARDS DAY.” (HATCH)
  100. S.RES. 87 – EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE SENATE THAT THE CONGRESS NOT ENACT LEGISLATION TO TAX SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS, AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. (HEINZ)
  101. S.J.RES. 88 – DESIGNATE WEEK COMMENCING JUNE 14, 1981 , AS “NATIONAL SOFTBALL WEEK.” (BOREN)
  102. S.J.RES. 92 - AUTHORIZE & REQUEST PRESIDENT TO DESIGNATE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 6, 1981 AS “OLDER AMERICANS EMPLOYMENY OPPURTUNITY WEEK.” (HEINZ)
  103. S.J.RES. 94 – DESIGNATE OCTOBER 10, 1981 , AS “NATIONAL JOGGING DAY.” (THURMOND)
  104. S.J.RES. 101 – NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES WEEK. (DOLE)
  105. S.J.RES. 105 – DESIGNATE OCTOBER 1981 AS “NATIONAL P.T.A. MEMBERSHIP MONTH.” (LAXALT)
  106. S.J.RES. 107 – DESIGNATE 7 TH DAY OF OCTOBER AS “NATIONAL GUARD DAY.” (BYRD OF WV)
  107. S.J.RES. 112 – CREATE A COMMITTEE ON INTEREST RATES AND THE AVAILABILITY OF CREDIT. ( CHILES )
  108. S.J.RES. 113 – TO DESIGNATE THE WEEK BEGINNING NOVEMBER 8, 1981 , “NATIONAL HOME HEALTH CARE WEEK.”
  109. S.J.RES. 117 – TO AUTHORIZE & REQUEST PRESIDNET TO DESIGNATE THE WEEK OF JANUARY 17, 1981 , THOUGH JANUARY 23, AS “NATIONAL JAYCEE WEEK.” (BOREN)
  110. S.J.RESS 118 – TO AUTHORIZE & REQUEST PRESIDENT TO DESIGNATE THE MONTH OF JANUARY, 1982, AS “NATIONAL CEREBAL PALSY MONTH.” (BENTSEN)
  111. S.J.RES. 120 – DIRECTONG THE PRESIDENT TO ASSURE AN ADEQUATE FLOW OF AFFORDABLE CREDIT TO SMALL BORROWERS. ( CHILES )
  112. S.J.RES. 134 – TO DESIGNATE 1982 AS THE “YEAR OF THE DISABLED PERSONS.” (ARMSTRONG)
  113. S.J.RES. 144 – DECLARING THAT IT SHOULD BE THE POLICY OF THE U.S. GOVERNMENT TO ENCOURAGE UNCONDITIONAL NEGOTIATIONS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ACHIEVING A CEASE-FIRE AND POLITICAL SETTLEMENT TO THE CONFLICT IN EL SALVADOR (TSONGAS)
  114. S.J.RES. 145 – AUTHORIZING & REQUESTING THE PRESIDENT TO PROCLAIM “NATIONAL ORCHESTRA WEEK.” (HEINZ)
  115. S.J.RES. 149 – DESIGNATE THE WEEK OF JUNE, 1982, THROUGH JUNE 12, 1982 “NATIONAL CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION WEEK.”
  116. S.J.RES. 150 – TO AUTHORIZE & REQUEST THE PRESIDENT TO DESIGNATE MAY 20, 1982 , AS “AMELIA EARHART DAY.”
  117. S.J.RES. 153 – DESIGNATING “BALTIC FREEDOM DAY.” (RIEGLE)
  118. S.J.RES. 156 – “ANNUAL” NATIONAL FAMILY WEEK PRESIDENT DECREE REQUEST. (BURDICK)
  119. S.J.RES. 159 – CITED AS THE “WHITE HOUSE CONFERENCE ON PRODUCTIVITY ACT.” (ROTH)
  120. S.J.RES. 160 – DESIGNATE JULY 9, 1982 , AS “NATIONAL P.O.W.-M.I.A. RECOGNITION DAY.” (HAYAKAWA)
  121. S.J.RES. 161 – DESIGNATE THE WEEK COMMENCING WITH THE 4 TH MONDAY IN JUNE 1982 AS “NATIONAL NCO/PETTY OFFICER WEEK.” (THURMOND)
  122. S.J.RES. 163 – RESOLUTION ON NUCLEAR WEAPONS FREEZE AND REDUCTIONS.
  123. AUTHORIZING AND REQUESTIONG PRESIDENT TO PROCLAIM 1983 AS THE “YEAR OF THE BIBLE.”
  124. S.J.RES. 166 – DESIGNATING APRIL 28, 1982 AS “NATIONAL NURSING HOME RESIDENTS DAY.”
  125. S.J.RES. 169 – DESIGNATE THE WEEK OF APRIL 18 AS “NATIONAL ARCHITECTURE WEEK.”
  126. S.J.RES. 170 – DESIGNATE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 7-14, 1982 AS “NATIONAL HOSPICE WEEK.” ( RANDOLPH )
  127. S.J.RES. 173 – TO AUTHORIZE & REQUEST THE PRESIDENT TO ISSUE A PROCLAMATION DESIGNATING THE MONTH OF JUNE, 1982, AS “NATIONAL RIVERS MONTH.” (TSONGAS)
  128. S.J.RES. 175 – AUTHORIZING & REQUESTING THE PRESIDENT TO PROCLAIM “NATIONAL JUNIOR BOWLING CHAMPIONSHIP WEEK.”
  129. S.J.RES. 177 – EXPRESS SENSE OF THE CONGRESS THAT U.S. AND THE SOVIET UNION SHOULD ENGAGE IN THE SUBSTANTIAL, EQUITABLE, AND VERIFIABLE REDUCTIONS OF THEIR NUCLEAR WEAPONS IN A MANNER WHICH WOULD CONTRIBUTE TO PEACE.
  130. S.J.RES. 179 – TO AUTHORIZE & REQUEST PRESIDENT TO DESIGNATE THE WEEK OF APRIL 19, 1982 , THROUGH APRIL 25, 1982 , AS “NATIONAL GET HIGH ON LIFE WEEK.” ( JOHNSTON )
  131. S.J.RES. 180 – AUTHORIZE& REQUEST PRESIDENT TO ISSUE A PROCLAMATION DESIGNATING THE WEEK BEGINNING MAY 9, 1982 , AS “NATIONAL SMALL BUSINESS WEEK.”
  132. S.J.RES. 182 – DESIGNATE JANUARY 1982 AS “NATIONAL SNOWMOBILING MONTH.” (LEAHY)
  133. S.J.RES. 184 – TO DESIGNATE JANUARY 18, 1982 , AS “NATIVE AMERICAN DAY.” (INOUYE)
  134. S.J.RES. 186 – AUTHORIZE & REQUEST PRESIDENT TO DESIGNATE THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 19-15, 1982 AS “NATIONAL CYSTIC FIBROSIS WEEK.” (DOLE)
  135. S.J.RES. 188 – TO AUTHORIZE & REQUEST THE PRESIDENT TO DESIGNATE MARCH 1, 1983 , “NATIONAL RECOVERY ROOM NURSES DAY”
  136. S.J.RES. 189 – AUTHORIZE & REQUEST THE PRESIDENT TO DESIGNATE MAY 25, 1982 , “MISSING CHILDREN DAY.”
  137. S.J.RES. 190 – TO AUTORIZE & REQUEST THE PRESIDENT TO DESIGNATE “NATIONAL FAMILY WEEK.”
  138. S.J.RES. 193 – DESIGNATING THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 7-13, 1982 , AS “NATIONAL RESPIRATORY THERAPY WEEK.” (KASSEBAUM)
  139. S.J.RES. 197 – PROVIDE FOR THE DESIGNATION OF THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 17 THROUGH OCTOBER 23, 1982 AS “MYASTHENIA GRAVIS AWARENESS WEEK.”
  140. S.J.RES. 201 – DESIGNATING “BALTIC FREEDOM DAY.” (RIEGLE)
  141. S.J.RES. 207 – AUTORIZE AND REQUEST THE PRESIDENT TO DESIGANTE WEEK OF AUGUST 1 TO AUGUST 7, 1982 , “NATIONAL PURPLE HEART WEEK.” (DOLE)
  142. S.J.RES. 213 – PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION OF RU.S. RELATIVE TO EQUAL RIGHTS FOR WOMEN. (TSONGAS)
  143. S.J.RES. 215 – TO PROVIDE THAT THE WEEK BEGINNING MARCH 6, 1983, DESIGNATED “WOMEN'S HISTORY WEEK.”
  144. S.J.RES 228 – DESIGNATION OF WEEK BEGINNING OCTOBER 24, 1982 , “NATIONAL TOURETTE SYNDROME AWARENESS WEEK.”
  145. S.J.RES. 231 – AUTHORIZE & REQUEST PRESIDENT TO DESIGNATE THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 11, 1982-OCTOBER 17, 1982, AS “NATIONAL GET HIGH ON LIFE WEEK.” ( JOHNSTON )
  146. S.J.RES. 232 – PROVIDE FOR DESIGNATION OF THE WEEK BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 1982 AS “NATIONAL SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME AWARENESS WEEK.”
  147. S.J.RES. 233 – PROVIDE FOR DESIGNATION OF WEEK BEGINNING OCTOBER 1, 1982 AS “NATIONAL SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME.”
  148. S.J.RES. 235 – PROCLAIM MARCH 21, 1983 , AS “NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL DAY.” (HELMS)
  149. S.J.RES. 236 – DESIGNATE WEEK OF OCTOBER 24-28, 1982 , AS “NATIONAL WATER RESOURCES WEEK.” (MCCLURE)
  150. S.J.RES. 237 – DESIGNATING NOVEMBER 14, 1982 , AS “NATIONAL RETIRED TEACHERS DAY.” ( CHILES )
  151. S.J.RES. 239 – DESIGNATING OCTOBER 16, 1982 , AS “NATIONAL NEWSPAPER CARRIER APPRECIATION DAY.”
  152. S.J.RES. 241 – DESIGNATION OF THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 12, 1982-DECEMBER 18, 1982, AS “NATIONAL DRUNK AND DRUGGED DRIVING AWARENESS WEEK.” (HUMPHREY)S.J.RES. 243 – REQUESTING PRESIDENT TO DESIGNATE OCTOBER 15, 1982 , AS “NATIONAL POETRY DAY.”
  153. S.J.RES. 249 – DESIGNATION OF MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1982, AS “NATIONAL SPINAL CORD INJURY MONTH.” (KENNEDY)
  154. S.J.RES. 251 DESIGNATE OCTOBER 10, 1982 , AS “NATIONAL PEACE DAY.” (BUMPERS)
  155. S.J.RES. 257 – DESIGNATE MONTH OF NOVEMBER 1982, AS “NATIONAL DIABETES MONTH.” (WEICKER)
  156. S.J.RES. 258 – DESIGNATE MONTH OF DECEMBER 1982 AS “NATIONAL CLOSED-CAPTIONED TELEVISION MONTH.”
  157. S.J.RES. 261 – DESIGNATE WEEK OF OCTOBER 24 -31, 1982 AS “NATIONAL HOUSING WEEK.” (GARN)
  158. S.J.RES. 263 – AUTHORIZE PRESIDENT TO ISSUE A PROCLAMATION DESIGNATING WEEK BEGINNING MARCH 13, 1983 , AS “NATIONAL SURVEYORS WEEK.” (THURMOND)
  159. S.J.RES. 264 – DESIGNATE THE WEEK OF MARCH 13-19, 1983 , AS “NATIONAL CHILDREN & TELEVISION WEEK.”

 

Box 563

Folder

  1. S.RES. 21 – TO COMMEND JAMES DUMARESQ CLAVELL FOR HIS CONTRIBUTIONS TO LITERATURE. (HAYAKAWA)
  2. S.RES. 28 – RELATING TO THE RELEASE OF HOSTAGES FROM IRAN . (BAKER)
  3. S.RES. 87 – RELATING TO THE TAXATION OF SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS. (HEINZ)
  4. S.RES. 97 – ESTABLISHING A MAX NUMBER OF FULLTIME SENATE EMPLOYEES AND NO NEW BUILDINGS. (PROXMIRE)
  5. S.RES. 106 – SOMMENDING THOSE WHO HELPED SAVE REAGAN'S LIFE IN RECENT SHOOTING. (BAKER)
  6. S.RES. 133 – EXPRESS DEEP CONCERN OF THE SNEATE OVER THE ATTACK ON HIS HOLINESS POPE JOHN PAUL II. (DOMENICI)
  7. S.RES. 139 – TO ASSURE THE ACCESS OF FARMER-OWNED REFINING BUSINESS TO CRUDE OIL AT REASONABLE PRICES. (ANDREW)
  8. S.RES. 141 – EXPRESS SENSE OF SENATE THAT COMBATING VIOLENT CRIME SHOULD BE A NATIONAL PRIORITY. (HEFLIN)
  9. S.RES. 151 – INSURE THAT A FAIR SHARE OF BUSINESS TAX BUT IS SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR SMALL & INDEPENDENT BUSINESSES. (KENNEDY)
  10. S.RES. – EXPRESS THE SENSE OF THE SENATE REALTING TO IMPACT AID. (HUMPHREY)
  11. S.RES. 167 – COMMEND THE DISABLED INDIVIDUALS WHO CLIMBED MOUNT RAINIER , WASHINGTON , SUMMER OF 1981. (DOLE)
  12. S.RES. 175 – CONGRATULATE THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA ON THE CELEBRATION OF ITS DIAMOND JUBILEE. (BOREN)
  13. S.RES. 211 – CALLING ON THE GOVERNORS OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM TO ENCOURAGE BANKS TO MAKE LOANS AVAILABLE FOR PRODUCTIVE USES WHILE ELIMINATING LOANS FOR SPECULATIVE AND UNPRODUCTIVE USES. (BENTSEN)
  14. S.RES. 218 – RESOLUTION RETAINING NUTRITIONAL GOALS IN THE SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM. (MELCHER)
  15. S.RES. 232 – RESOLUTION WITH RESPECT TO TAX INCENTIVES FOR ENERGY CONSERVATION & RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES.
  16. S.RES. 238 – TO RETAIN THE DEDUCTABILITY FROM PERSONAL TAXES OF INTEREST PAID ON RESIDNETIAL MORTGAGES. (BENTSEN)
  17. S.RES. 262 – EXPRESS THE SENSE OF THE U.S. SENATE SUPPORT FOR ENERGY CONSERVATION PROGRAMS.
  18. S.RES. 268 – RESOLUTION ON THE IMPOSITION OF MARTIAL LAW IN POLAND . (PERCY)
  19. S.RES. 272 – EXPRESING THE SENSE OF THE SENATE WITH RESPECT TO THE RIGHTS OF RESIDENTS IN CERTAIN HEALTH CARE FACILITIES.
  20. S.RES. 299 – TO DESIGNATE MAY 4, 1982 , AS “INTERNATIONAL FRANCHISE DAY.” (WEICKER)
  21. S.RES. 317 – URGING AN INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION MORITORIUM ON NEW GRANTS OF AUTHORITY TO FOREIGN VARRIERS.
  22. S.RES. 322 – EXPRESSING SENSE OF SENATE WITH RESPECT TO POSSIBLE ACTIAONS TAKEN TO EXPEL ISRAEL FROM GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE UNITED NATIONS. (ROBERT C. BYRD)
  23. S.RES. 325 – EXPRESSING SENSE OF SENATE THAT A SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION SHOULD BE ENACTED TO RESOTRE FULL FUNDING OF THE WORK INCENTIVE PROGRAM. ( DIXON )
  24. S.RES. 332 – TO ASSURE ISRAEL 'S SECURITY & TO OPPOSE ADVANCED ARMS SALES TO JORDAN . (KENNEDY)
  25. S.RES. 334 – EXPRESS SENSE OF SENATE DISAPPROVING THE POLICY OF THE ADMINISTRATION WITH RESPECT TO RAILROAD RETIREMENT FOR FISCAL YEAR 1983.
  26. S.RES. 339 – EXPRESSING SENSE OF SENATE CONCERNING THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF ANY 1982 TAX INCREASE OR TAX BENEFIT DECISION.
  27. S.RES. 340 – EXPRESS THE SENSE OF THE SENATE THAT NO ACTION BE TAKEN TO TERMINATE OR OTHERWISE WEAKEN THE COMMUNITY SERVICE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM UNDER TITLE V OF THE OLDER AMERICANS ACT OF 1965.
  28. S.RES. 348 – REQUEST SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE TO MAKE LOANS AVAILABLE TO FARMERS UNDER THE ECONOMIC EMERGENCY LOAN PROGRAM. (BENTSEN)
  29. S.RES. 352 – TO OPPOSE THE ELIMINATION OF OR REDUCTION IN COST-OF-LIVING ADJUSTMENTS IN SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS PRIOR TO THE TIME THAT THE NATIONAL SOMMISSION ON SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM HAS REPORTED ITS FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS. (METZENBAUM)
  30. S.RES. 354 – EXPRESS THE SENSE OF SENATE WITH RESPECT TO AN IMMEADIATE RESUMPTION OF NEGOTIATIONS WITH THE GOVERNMENT OF THE SOVIET UNION FOR AN EXTENSION OF THE EXISTING LONG-TERM GRAIN SALES AGREEMENT.
  31. S.RES. 355 – EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF SENATE WITH RESPECT TO THE NEED TO CONTINUE FEDERAL FUNDING FOR ENERGY CONSERVATION AND RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES. (DECONCINI)
  32. S.RES. 374 – COMMENDING THE COMPLETION OF THE CURRENT PHASE OF THE CAMP DAVID AGREEMENT.
  33. S.RES. 387 – TO ACCLAIM THE NEW WORLD FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS, TO BE HELD THROUGHOUT GREATER MIAMI AND DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA, JUNE 4, 1982-JUNE 26, 1982 AS A MAJOR CULTURAL AND ARTISITIC EVENT.
  34. S.RES. 406 – TO ASSURE ISRAEL 'S SECURITY, TO OPPOSE ADVANCED ARMS SALES TO JORDAN & TO FURTHER PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST. (KENNEDY)
  35. S.RES. 478 – EXPRESSING THE SENSE OF THE SENATE WITH RESPECT TO THE NEED TO MAINTAIN GUIDELINES WHICH ENSURE EQUAL RIGHTS WITH REGARD TO EDUCATION OPPURTUNITY. (DODD)
  36. S. 711 – EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS IN GERIATRICS. (BURDICK)
  37. S.J.RES. 29 – NATIONAL FAMILY WEEK. (BURDICK)
  38. S.J.RES. 41 – ANNUAL PROCLAMATION OF NATIONAL FAMILY WEEK. (BURDICK)
  39. S.J.RES. 101 – NATIONAL FAMILY WEEK.
  40. AGRICULTURE, NUTRITION & FORESTRY COMMITTEE, 1979-82
  41. APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE, 1979-82
  42. ARMED SERVICES COMMITTEE, 1981
  43. BANKING, HOUSING, & URBAN AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, 1981
  44. COMMERCE, SCIENCE, & TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE, 1979
  45. ENERGY & NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE, 1979
  46. ENVIRONMENT & PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE, 1978-81
  47. COMMITTEE ON ETHICS, 1979-81
  48. FINANCE COMMITTEE, 1979-82
  49. FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE, 1981-82
  50. GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, 1979
  51. JUDICIARY COMMITTEE, 1979-81
  52. RULES AND ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE, 1978-81
  53. SUBCOMMITTEE ON THE AGING, 1979-82
  54. SUBCOMMITTEE ON THE AGRICULTURAL RURAL DEVELOPMENT & REALTED, 1979
  55. SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION, 1979-81
  56. SUBCOMMITTEE ON ENERGY & WATER DEVELOPMENT, 1979-81
  57. SUBCOMMITTEE ON REGIONAL AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, 1979-80
  58. SUBCOMMITTEE ON HUMAN RESOURCES, 1979
  59. COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND HUMAN RESOURCES, 1979-82
  60. SUBCOMMITTEE ON WATER RESOURCES, 1979
  61. MISCELLANEOUS COMMITTEES, 1979-82

Box 564

Folder

  1. S. 1-100, 1981-82
  2. S. 100-200, 1981-82
  3. S. 200-300, 1981-82
  4. S. 300-400, 1981-82
  5. S. 400-500, 1981-82
  6. S. 500-600, 1981-82
  7. S. 600-700, 1981-82
  8. S. 700-800, 1981-82
  9. S. 800-900, 1981-82
  10. S. 900-1000, 1981-82
  11. S. 1000-1100, 1981-82
  12. S. 1100-1200, 1981-82
  13. S. 1200-1300, 1981-82
  14. S. 1300-1400, 1981-82
  15. S. 1400-1500, 1981-82
  16. S. 1500-1600, 1981-82
  17. S. 1600-1700, 1981-82

Box 565

Folder

  1. S. 1700-1800, 1981-82
  2. S. 1800-1900, 1981-82
  3. S. 1900-2000, 1981-82
  4. S. 2000-2100, 1981-82
  5. S. 2100-2200, 1981-82
  6. S. 2200-2300, 1981-82
  7. S. 2300-2400, 1981-82
  8. S. 2400-2500, 1981-82
  9. S. 2500-2600, 1981-82
  10. S. 2600-2700, 1981-82
  11. S. 2700-2800, 1981-82
  12. S. 2800-2900, 1981-82
  13. S. 2900-3000, 1981-82
  14. S. 3000-3500, 1981-82
  15. S. 3500-4500, 1981-82
  16. SENATE BILLS – 1983

 

Box 566

Folder

  1. H.R. 1-500, 1981-82
  2. H.R. 500-1000, 1981-82
  3. H.R. 1000-1500, 1981-82
  4. H.R. 1500-2000, 1981-82
  5. H.R. 2000-2500, 1980-81
  6. H.R. 2500-3000, 1981-82
  7. H.R. 3000-3500, 1981
  8. H.R. 3500-4000, 1981-82
  9. H.R. 4000-4500, 1981-82
  10. H.R. 4500-5000, 1981-82
  11. H.R. 5000-5500, 1981-82
  12. H.R. 5500-6000, 1982
  13. H.R. 6000-6500, 1981-82
  14. H.R. 6500-7000, 1982
  15. H.R. 7000-8000, 1981-82
  16. HOUSE BILLS – 1983

 

Series IV: Military Academy Application Files, 1981-1984

Box 567

Folder

  1. DELAYNE BECEKR, 1981
  2. RENARD WILLIAM BERGSTROM, 1981
  3. JAMES BLUESTONE, JR., 1981
  4. JEFFERY ALLAN BREDAHL, 1981
  5. WILLIAM A. CHAMPA, 1981
  6. DONOVAN THOMAS CLARKE, 1981
  7. SCOTT A. HANSEN, 1981
  8. LEW I HARTER, 1981
  9. LINDA MARIE HINTON, 1981
  10. SCOTT HUMMEL, 1981
  11. JEFFREY B. JOHNSON, 1981
  12. GARY ALLEN LANGAN, 1981
  13. BRYAN J. LOHSTRETER, 1981
  14. MARK RICHMOND MCDONALD, 1981
  15. WILLIAM T. MOE, 1981
  16. JAMES R. MUHS, 1981
  17. STUART BENJAMIN MUNSCH, 1981
  18. CHRISTOPHER W. OLSON, 1981
  19. JEFFRY JON OLSON, 1981
  20. TERRY PAVEK, 1981
  21. MARK CHARLES PETERSON, 1981
  22. NICHI SUE SCHUETTE, 1981
  23. BARBARA ELIZABETH VEGLEWEDE, 1981
  24. LOUIS ALLEN VOLK, 1981
  25. THOMAS FREDERICK ZEITLER, 1981
  26. BAILLY, BRETT O., 1982
  27. BAUMAN, KERRY JAMES, 1982
  28. BEAUCLAIR, MICHELLE MARIE, 1982
  29. CHRISTIANSON, PETER, 1982
  30. CLAUS, RICK J., 1982
  31. COX, MICHAEL R., 1982
  32. DONELAN, KATHLEEN M., 1982
  33. DUKART, DELANE L., 1982
  34. DUNN, BARRY JOEL, 1982
  35. EBELE, JERRY EUGENE, 1982
  36. FLOM, MICHAEL WAYNE, 1982
  37. FONTAINE, JOAN M., 1982
  38. FREEMAN, JAMES LEE, 1982
  39. FRIED, BENARD S., 1982
  40. GARCIA, LISA RENEE, 1982
  41. GLASS, MARVIN JOHN, 1982
  42. GOODMAN, ERIC G., 1982
  43. HELLER, TOBY H., 1982
  44. HERIGSTAD, PAUL DANIEL, 1982
  45. HERMES, MARY LENA , 1982
  46. HILL, KATHLEEN, 1982
  47. HIPPCHEN, JOHN EDWARD, 1982
  48. HOGANSON, CLIFFORD LYLE, 1982
  49. JACOBSEN, BRUCE PAUL, 1982
  50. KOPP, RHONDA MARIE, 1982
  51. KUENNEN, STEVEN TODD, 1982
  52. KURTZ, JEFFERY D., 1982
  53. LEMBKE , KENT , 1982
  54. LONGIE, ROBERT CODY, 1982
  55. MAIXNER, DONALD THOMAS, 1982
  56. MARTINEZ , DEAN R., 1982
  57. MCLEAN, MICHAEL JOHN, 1982
  58. MULLENHOUR, DANA SHAW, 1982
  59. NEHR, ALBERT KARL, 1982
  60. SEILER, GARY JAMES, 1982
  61. SIMS, CATHHLEEN LOUISE, 1982
  62. SMITH, JEFFREY D., 1982
  63. STOLTMAN, BRAD, 1982
  64. STRIEFEL, DAVID, 1982
  65. SWENSON, DALE, 1982
  66. THORLAKSON, KEVIN LON, 1982
  67. UHLMAN, JAMES ANDREW, 1982
  68. VOLK, LOREN LEE, 1982
  69. WALKER, MARIAN DENISE, 1982
  70. ALKOFER, THOMAS DANIEL, 1983
  71. BACHMEIER, JOHN DAVID, 1983
  72. BAKER, PAMELA SUSANN, 1983
  73. BAKKE, RICKY, 1983
  74. BREWSTER, STEVEN JAMES, 1983
  75. COX, KENNETH ROY, 1983
  76. DAHNKE, AARON CLARENCE, 1983
  77. DALLMANN, BRIAN, 1983
  78. FARBER, JONATHAN, 1983
  79. FOWLER, JAMES ALAN, 1983
  80. FRITZ, TIMOTHY CHARLES, 1983
  81. GJERSET, JAMES E., JR., 1983
  82. GRAMS, JANET LOUISE, 1983
  83. GULBRANSON, MATTHEW JAMES, 1983
  84. GULLINGSRUD, EUGENE O., 1983
  85. HIGH, TRACY DAWN, 1983
  86. HOLM, WILLIAM JAMES, 1983
  87. IVERSON, RONALD A., JR., 1983
  88. LACROIX, TIMOTHY R., 1983
  89. LEE, DAVID JOHN, 1983
  90. LINCE, GREGORY JAMES, 1983
  91. MARKHAM, ROBERT F., JR., 1983
  92. MARTIN, JOHN C., 1983
  93. MATHIAS, MICHAEL JAMES, 1983
  94. MCBEAIN, DANNY P., 1983
  95. MCCULLOUGH, KEVIN, 1983
  96. MCGINELY, JOHN DAVID, 1983
  97. MUSCHA, WILLIAM ROBERT, 1983
  98. NELSON, MITCHELL, 1983
  99. NILSON, MICHAEL J., 1983
  100. NORD, JEFFREY JAMES, 1983
  101. OLSON, KECIA SUZETTE, 1983
  102. O'SHEA, STEVEN RICHARD, 1983
  103. SHANE, MICHAEL LAWRENCE, 1983
  104. SONNESYN, CHRISTOPHER, 1983
  105. STEVENSON, PATRICK JOHN, 1983
  106. STEWART, PETER ALAN, 1983
  107. STOKES, PAUL COLEMAN, 1983
  108. SWENSON, ERIK, 1983
  109. TERNES, HENRY EDWARD, 1983
  110. TESMER, MARK WAYNE, 1983
  111. WANZEK, DEAN PATRICK, 1983
  112. WAX, MARK JAMES, 1983
  113. ZEITLER, CATHERINE MARIE, 1983
  114. ANDESON, KAMI KAREN, 1984
  115. ANDREWS, TODD, 1984
  116. BERNING, JOSEPH M., 1984
  117. BIRRENKOTT, THOMAS JOHN, 1984
  118. BLUSCHKE, VANCE, 1984
  119. BRAATEN, SCOTT ALLEN, 1984
  120. COYLE, TRAVIS, 1984
  121. CUMBER, PATTY, 1984
  122. EHLIS, DAVID GEORGE, 1984
  123. FRIEDLER, DANA MARIE, 1984
  124. FRIGAARD, MARK ALAN, 1984
  125. GOERGER, SIMON R., 1984
  126. HUGHES, JONATHAN LEE, 1984
  127. HUSHKA, ROCK LAWRENCE, 1984
  128. KIHLE, JAMES TODD, 1984
  129. KILZER, KENNETH PAUL, 1984
  130. KIRMIS, CONRAD ETHAN, 1984
  131. KLEVE , PAULINE HOLLY, 1984
  132. KOSKI, RACHEL MARIE, 1984
  133. LASCHKEWITSCH, JAMES N., 1984
  134. MARKOVICH, PAUL STEPHEN, 1984
  135. MARXEN, III, HENRY NICHOLAS, 1984
  136. MILLER, KEVIN, 1984
  137. NOAH, THOMAS A., 1984
  138. PETERSON, DANIEL ALEXANDER, 1984
  139. PETERSON, ERICK SHANE, 1984
  140. POPE, DANIEL NELSON, 1984
  141. POTTS, MICHAEL JOSEPH, 1984
  142. SCHERR , KENT JOHN, 1984
  143. SCOTT, DAVID JAMES, 1984
  144. SELL, SHANON MARK, 1984
  145. SIMONSON, STEVEN JAMES, 1984
  146. STELMACHUK, RAYMOND MATTHEW, 1984
  147. VETTEL, STEVEN E., 1984
  148. WAGNER, BARBARA ANN, 1984
  149. WALSH, MARK DAVID, 1984
  150. WEEKS, SUSAN K., 1984
  151. WOLD, CURTIS ALAN, 1984

 Original Donation: 1958-1968 
Additions to the collection:
1st addition: 1960-1977 2nd addition: 1961-1978
3rd addition: 1973-1975 4th addition: 1966-1972
5th addition: 1960-1982 6th addition: 1960-1976
7th addition: 1977-1984 8th addition: 1983-1986
9th addition: 1987-1989 10th addition: 1992
11th addition: 1982 and 1988 12th addition: 1990-1992

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