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Border Caucus * Congressiorml Clearinghouse on the Future • Cangressiorml H~Sl:mn/c Caucus * Congress[or~l I-J~spa~c C~ucus Institute, Inc., T~.~F~, • Con~'ess~.on~l Human P3~hts Caucus, Executive Comnfi~tee

Fields

Named Organization
African Development Foundation
Agency for International Development
Agriculture Department (USDA)
Air Force
American Battle Monuments Commission
American Red Cross
Appropriations Committee
Archives (National Archives and Records Administration)
Army
Army Corps of Engineers
Botanic Garden
Burdick (Medical Advertising agency for ACC)
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Bureau of Prisons
Bureau of Reclamation
Census Bureau
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Chapel Hill
Citadel
Coast Guard
Commission of Fine Arts
Commission on Civil Rights
Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe (Helsinki Commission)
Committee on Agriculture
Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
Defense Department (DOD)
Delaware River Basin Commission
Democratic National Committee (Democratic National Committee)
Department of Commerce (DOC)
Department of Defense (DOD)
*Department of Energy (use United States Department of Energy)
Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Department of Justice (DOJ)
*Department of Labor (use United States Department of Labor)
Department of State (DOS)
Department of the Interior (DOI)
Department of the Treasury
*Department of Transportation (use United States Department of Transportation)
House Energy and Commerce Committee
Energy Information Administration
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (E.E.O.C., a U.S. Agency)
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
Farm Credit Administration
Federal Communications Commission (U.S. government agency regulating TV, radio)
Enforced the Fairness Doctrine against the tobacco companies; required time be provided on TV, radio for anti-smoking commercials.
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)
Federal Election Commission
Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Federal Maritime Commission
Federal Reserve Board
Federal Trade Commission (Enforcement agency for laws against deceptive advertising)
Enforces laws against false and deceptive advertising, including ads for tobacco products. Ensures proper display of health warnings in ads and on tobacco products;collects and reports to Congress information concerning cigarette and smokeless tobacco advertising, sales expenditures, and the tar, nicotine, and carbon monoxide content of cigarettes.
Finance Committee
Forest Service
General Accounting Office
General Counsel
General Services Administration (GSA)
Government Printing Office (GPO)
*Health and Human Services (HHS) (use United States Department of Health and Hum (US)
House of Representatives
Howard University
Institute of Peace
Inter-American Development Bank
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
Legal Services Corporation
Library of Congress
Marine Corps
Maritime Administration
Merit Systems Protection Board
NASA
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA)
National Capital Planning Commission
National Credit Union Administration
National Gallery of Art
National Institute of Education
National Labor Relations Board
National Mediation Board
National Science Foundation
National Security Council
National Transportation Safety Board
Navy
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
Office of Science and Technology Policy
Office of Technology Assessment
Overseas Private Investment Corporation
Parole Commission (Justice Department)
Peace Corps
Postal Service (USPS)
Postsecondary Education
Prospective Payment Assessment Commission
Railroad Retirement Board
Rural Development
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
Selective Service System
Senate
Small Business Administration (SBA)
Smithsonian Institution
State Department
State Justice Institute
Susquehanna River Basin Commission
Tax Court
Tennessee Valley Authority
Tree House
U.S. Department of Justice
U.S. Trade Representative
United Nations
United States Information Agency
US Postal Service
Veterans Administration
Western Reserve (Medical School)
White House
World Bank
Named Person
Adams, Brock
Alexander, Bill
Aucoin, Les
Bank, Loan
Barnard, Doug, Jr.
Barrett, Archie D.
Bartlett, Steve
Bateman, Herbert H.
Bennett, Charles E.
Bingaman, Jeff (Senator (D-New Mexico) (1982-present))
Plaintiff
Bode, Holly
Boggs, Lindy
Boland, Edward P.
Bond, Kit
Boren, David L.
Boulter, Beau
Boxer, Barbara (Senator (D-California) Environment & Public Works Comm.)
Bradley, Bill
Breaux, John B.
Brennan, Joseph E.
Bumpers, Dale
Bunning, Jim
Burdick, Quentin N.
Byrd, Robert C.
Byron, Beverly B.
Cannon, Natalie
Carper, Thomas R.
Chappell, Bill
Chiles, Lawton (FL Governor (1991-98), Senator (D-Florida) ('71-89))
Claxton, Isabelle
Cochran, Thad
Coelho, Tony
Cohen, William S.
Coleman, E. Thomas
Coleman, Ronald D.
Combest, Larry
Coughlin, Lawrence
Courter, Jim
Cranston, Alan
Daniel, Dan
Darden, Buddy
Davis, Jack
Davis, Robert W.
Delay, Tom
Dickinson, William L.
Dicks, Norman D.
Dixon, Julian C.
Dodd, Christopher J.
Dole, Robert (U.S. Vice President, Senator (R-KS))
Defense
Drayton, Christine
Dreier, David
Dwyer, Bernard J.
Dyson, Roy P.
Early, Joseph D.
Edward, Esteban
Edwards, Mickey
Emerson, Bill
Espy, Mike
Evans, Lane
Fawell, Harris W.
Flake, Floyd H.
Frank, Barney
Frost, Martin
Gain, Jake
Garcia, Robert
Garn, Jake
German, Penny
Glenn, John (astronaut and later senator)
Glickman, Dan
Gonzalez, Henry B.
Goodling, William F.
Grandy, Fred
Gray, William H.
Gray, William H., III
Green, Bill
Gunderson, Steve
Hansen, James V.
Harkin, Tom
Harris, Claude
Hatcher, Charles F.
Hawkins, Augustus F.
Hayes, Charles A.
Heinz, John
Helms, Jesse (U.S. Senator, (R-North Carolina))
Strongly pro-tobacco
Henry, Paul B.
Hertel, Dennis M.
Hiler, John P.
Hollings, Ernest F.
Holloway, Clyde C.
Hopkins, Larry J.
Hubbard, Carroll, Jr.
Humphrey, Gordon J.
Hunter, Duncan L.
Hutto, Earl
Inouye, Daniel K.
Ireland, Andy
Jeffords, James M.
Jenkins, Ed
Johnson, Nancy L.
Johnston, J. Bennett
Jones, Ed
Jones, Walter B.
Kasten, Robert W., Jr.
Kennedy, Edward M.
Kennedy, J. Keith
Kennedy, Joseph P., II
Kerry, John F.
Kolbe, Jim
Lautenberg, Frank R.
Plaintiff
Leach, Jim
Leahy, Patrick J.
Leath, Marvin
Lee, Deborah Roche
Lehman, Richard H.
Lehman, William
Levin, Carl
Lewis, Jerry (actor)
Lewis, Tom
Lowery, Bill
Lowry, Mike
Mack, Connie
Mackay, Buddy
Madigan, Edward R.
Manton, Thomas J.
Mccandless, Al
Mccloskey, Frank
Mcclure, James A.
Mccollum, Bill
Mcconnell, Mitch
Mccurdy, Dave
Mchugh, Matthew F.
Mcmillan, Alex
Mcmillen, Tom
Mcmullan, Jane
Melcher, John
Members, Ty
Michie, James
Mikulski, Barbara A.
Miller, Clarence E.
Miller, George
Mitchell, George J.
Montgomery, Sonny
Moorhead, Carlos J.
Morrison, Sid
Moynihan, Daniel P.
Mrazek, Robert J.
Murphy, Austin J.
Murtha, John P.
Myers, John T.
Nagle, David R.
Natcher, William H.
Neal, Stephen L.
Nelson, Bill
Nichols, Bill
Nickles, Don
Nielson, Howard C.
Nunn, Sam
Obey, Craig
Obey, David
Ortiz, Solomon P.
Panetta, Leon E.
Patterson, Elizabeth J.
Pelosi, Nancy
Perkins, Carl C.
Petri, Thomas E.
Pickett, Owen B.
Porter, John Edward
Pressler, Larry
Price, David E.
Price, Melvin
Pryor, David
Pursell, Carl D.
Quayle, Dan (Former Vice President of United States)
Ravenel, Arthur, Jr.
Ray, Richard
Regula, Ralph
Reid, Harry
Richards, Annabelle
Richardson, Bill
Ridge, Tom
Rieger, Earl
Ritter, Don
Ritz, Bill
Roberts, Pat
Robertson, Mark
Robinson, Tommy F.
Roemer, Buddy
Rogers, Harold
Defense
Rose, Charlie (U.S. Rep. (D-NC) 1986-1994)
Tobacco grower political ally.
Rose, Mary
Roth, Toby
Roth, William V., Jr.
Rowland, John G.
Roybal, Edward R.
Rudman, Warren B.
Sasser, Jim
Sawyer, Thomas C.
Saxton, H. James
Schaefer, Dan
Schafer, Robert E.
Schuette, Bill
Schulke, David
Schumer, Charles E.
Sharp, Philip R.
Shelby, Richard C.
Shumway, Norman D.
Simon, Paul
Simpson, Alan K.
Skeen, Joe
Skelton, Ike
Slattery, Jim
Smith, Bob
Smith, Denny
Smith, Nancy
Smith, Neal
Smith, Virginia
Solarz, Stephen J.
Specter, Arlen
Spence, Floyd
Spratt, John M., Jr.
Stafford, Robert T.
Staggers, Harley O., Jr.
Stallings, Richard H.
Stark, Pete
Stennis, John C.
Stevens, Ted
Stokes, Louis
Stratton, Samuel S.
Stump, Bob
Sundquist, Don
Sweeney, Mac
Swindall, Patrick L.
Tallon, Robin M.
Thomas, Lindsay
Thomas, William M.
Thurmond, James Strom (U.S. Senator from South Carolina, Dixiecrat candidate for pr)
Traxler, Bob
Tuite, Dan
Vento, Bruce F.
Volkmer, Harold L.
Walgren, Doug
Wallop, Malcolm (Retired senator from Wyoming)
Formed conservative think tank, Frontiers of Freedom
Watkins, Wes
Weldon, Curt
Wheat, Alan
Whittaker, Bob
Whitten, Jamie L.
Williams, Pat
Wise, Bob
Wolf, Frank R.
Wolpe, Howard
Wortley, George C.
Yates, Sidney R.
Young, Bill
Young, Don
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Bruce A. Morrison Representatives and Staffs - II-173 D-Conaecficut, 3rd District Began Service: 1983 437 Cannon House Office Building Washington, DC 20515-0703 (202) 225-3661 BIOGRAPHICAL Born: 10/8/44 • Home: Hamden • Educ.: B.S., M.I.T.; M.S., U. dill.; LD., Yale U. • Prof.: Attorney • ReL: Lutheran KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility BanT M. Hager Admin. Asst. June Gardner Press Secy. Eleanor Bailey Actg. Exec. Asst. (Appts.) Paul J. Drolet Legis. Dir. Banking (Financial Institutions Subcommittee); Judiciary (Courts Subcommittee); Agriculture, Bud- get, Labor/Federal Employees, Insurance, Social Security, Taxes, Veterans Nora Engel Legis. Asst. Judicia~ (Administrative Law and Immigration Subcommittees) and Select Committee on Children; Animal Welfare, Education, Envi- ronment, Crime, Health, Trans- portation, Welfare Reform Lori Valencia Greene Legis. Asst, Banldng (Consumer A2fairs, Hous- ing, International Development Institutions Subcommittees); Con- sumer Rights, Fpreign Affairs, Civil Rights, Women's Issues, Trade COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs: Financial Institutions Supervision, Regulation and Insurance * Housing and Commu- pity Development • International Development Institutions and Finance Judiciary: Administrative Law and Government Relations • Courts, Civil Liberties, and the Administration of Justice • Immigration, Refugees, and International Law District of Columbia: No subcommittee assignments at press time Children, Youth, and Families (Select): Task Force on Economic Security OTHER POSITIONS Ma.~ofity V,T~p At Large * Democratic Study Group, Executive Committee * 93t.h Democratic Members Caucus • Long Island Sound Cauct~, Co-Ck.~inn~ DISTRICT OFFICES 85 Church St. New Haven, CT 06510 ................... (203) 773-2325 © Cong'mssitmal Yellow BoW¢ Winter 1987-88 T T!03630374
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IT-174 - Repre~enmt~-es ~ ~ Sid Morrison Robert J. Mrazek R-Washington, 4th District Began Service: 1981 1434 Longworth House Office Building Washington, DC 20515-4704 (202) 225-5816 BIOGRAPHICAL Born: 5/13/33 * Home: Zillah* Educ.: B.S., Wash. State U. * Prof.: Orchardist* ReL: United Methodist KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility Gretchen White Foreign Affairs Admire Asst. Greg Witter Education, Veterans, Arms Con- News Secy. trol, Hunger Clare Impett Office Mgr./ Pets. Secy. (Appts.) Terry Seeley Chf. Legis. Asst. Interior, Transportation, Labor, Commerce, Grants, Post Office and Civil Service, Communications Kraig Naasz Banking, Small Business, Social Legis. Asst. Security, Medicare, Health Cheryl Secrest Agriculture Committee; Justice Legis. Asst. COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Agriculture: Forests, Family Farms, and Energy, Ranking Mino~y Member• Conservation, Credit, and Rural Devel- opment • Department Operations, Research, and Foreign Agri- culture Science, Space, and Technology: Energy Research and De- velopment, Ranking Mi~crrity Member* Sdence, Research and Technology Hunger (Select): Task Force~--[uternational • Domestic OTHER POSITIONS Assistant Regional Minority Whip • National Republican Con- gressional Committee, Executive Committee • Export Task Force • Pacific Northwest Trade Task Force * Environmental and Energy Study Conference • Forestry 2000 Task Force, Co-Chairman DISTRICT OFFICES 212 East E St. Yaldma, WA 98901 ...................... (509) 575-5891 Suite 105, 3311 W. Clearwater Kannewick, WA 99336 ................... (509) 376-9702 Suite 210, Morris Bldg., 23 So. Wenatchee Wenatchee, WA 98801 ................... (509) 652-4294 V/~zter 1987-88 D-New York, 3rd District Began Service: 1983 308 Cannon House Office Building Washington, DC 20515-3203 (202) 225-5956 BIOGRAPHICAL Born: Ii16/45 • Home: Huntington • Educ.: B.A., Comell U. * Prof.: Suffolk County Legislature * Rek: Methodist KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility Thomas V. Barry Labor, Northern Ireland Admin. Asst. Tad Boggs Press Secy. Deborah McVicker Office Mgr. Ann Bennett Energy, Environment, Civil Legis. Asst. Rights, Education, Women's Is- sues, Judiciary, Soviet Jewry Paul Bjorklund .~ Appropriations Committee; Bud- Legis. Asst. get, Taxes, Transportation Steve Goose Legis. Asst. Matthew Hinge Leg's. Asst. Foreign Policy, Trade, Immigra- tion, International Family Planning, Defense Banking, Business, Housing, Health Steve Pavone Legis. Asst. Social Security, Arts, Space, Fed- eral Employees, Election Reform, Veterans, Animal Protection, Ag- riculture COMMITTEE ASSIGNIVIENTS Appropriations: Foreign Operations, Export Financing and Related Programs • Transportation and Related Agencies OTIiER POSITIONS Majority Whip At Large • Democratic Study Group, Executive Committee • 98th Democratic Members Caucus • Energy and Environmental Study Conference * Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues • Congressional Arts Caucus, Executive Board • Ad Hoc Congressional Committee for Irish Affairs • Long Island Sound Caucus • Congressional Coalition on Population and Development • Vietnam Era Veterans in Congress DISTRICT OFFICES 143 Main St. Huntington, NY 11743 ................... (516) 673-6500 80 Forest Ave. Glen Cove, NY 11542 .................... (516) 671-8300 © Congressi~al Yellaw Book TI03630375
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Austin J. Murphy Representat~%-es and Staffs- H-175 John P. Murtha D-Pennsylvauh, 22nd District Began Service: 1977 2210 Rayburn House Office Butld~g Washington, DC 20515-3822 (202) 225-4665 BIOGRAPHICAL Born: 6/17/27 • Home: Monongaheh • Educ.: B.A., Duquesne U.; LL.B., U. of Pittsburgh • Prof.: Attorney • Rel.: Catholic KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility Frederick P. McLuckie Admin. Asst./ Press Ron Ungvarsky Legis. Dtr. Geri Etheridge Exec. Secy. (Appts.) COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Education and Labor: Labor Standards, Chair~n • Health and Safety • Labor-Management Relations Interior and Insular Affairs: Energy and the Envh'onment • Mining and Natural Resources OTI~R POSITIONS Democratic Study Group • Environmental and Energy Study Conference • Ad Hoc Congressional Committee for Irish Affairs • Congressional Steel Caucus • Congressior~l Coal Group • Friends of Ireland • Congressioml Mining Caucus, Co- Chairman • Northeast Agricultural Caucus DISTRICT OFFICES 96 No. Main St. Washington, PA 15301 ................... (412) 228-2777 45-51 E. Penn St. Uniontown, PA 15401 .................... (412) 438-1490 306 FaIIowfield Ave. Charleroi, PA 15022 ..................... (412) 489-4217 1801C Broadhead Rd. ASquippa, PA 15001 ..................... (412) 375-1199 County Of~ce Bldg., 93 High St. Waynesburg, PA 15370 ................... (412) 627-7611 Allegheny County (messages only) ............ (412) 221-2129 D-Pennsylvanh, 12th District Began Service: 1974 2423 Raybura House Office Building Washhgton, DC 20515-3812 (202) 225-2065 BIOGRAPHICAL Born: 6/17/32 * Home: Johnstown • Educ.: B.A., U. of Pittsburgh* Prof.: Small Business Owner • ReL: Catholic KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility Phih'p Giomariso Adrahn. Asst. William Allen Press]Legis. Asst. Jenalie Swift Exec. Asst. Mark Sandusky Office Mgr./ Scheduler Judy Grtmdy Appropriations (Interior Subcom- Assoc. Staff mitt°e) Carmen Sciahbba Assoc. Staff Appropriations (Defense Subcom- mittee) COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Appropriations: Defense • Interior and Related Agencies • Legislative Branch OTHER POSITIONS Majority Whip At Large • Pennsylvar~ Congressional Dele-" gation, Steering Committee • Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee • Congressional Steel Caucus, Executive Committee Chairman • Congressional Hispanic Caucus, Honorary Member * Vietnam Era Veterans in Congress • Con- gressional Coal Group DISTRICT OFFICES Box 780 Johnstown, PA 15907 .................... (814) 535~2642 15 Post Office Bldg., 201 No. Centex St. Somerset, PA 15501 ..................... (814) 445-6041 206 No. Main St. Greensburg, PA 15601 ................... (412) 832-3088 © Congre_~sio'nal Yellow Book W~t~r 1987-88 T TI03630376
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II-176- Represe.n~rives and Sin's John T. Myers David R. Nagle R-Indiana, 7th District Began Service: 1967 2372 Raybttrn House Office Building Washington, DC 20515-1407 (202) 225-5805 BIOGRAPHICAL Born: 2/8/27 * Home: Covington • Educ.: B.S., Ind. State U. * Prof.: Banker, Farmer • Rel.: Episcopalian KEY STAFF AIDES Nmne/Position Legislative Responsibility Ron Hardman Admin. Asst. Dave Zook Press/ Le~s. Asst. Ray Little ChL Legis. Asst. David McCarthy Appropriations Committee Legis. Asst Stephen Shaffer Post Office Committee Legis. Asst. Sallie Davis Appts. Secy. COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Appropriations: Energy and Water Development, Ranking MinoriO~ Member, Legislative Branch • Rural Development, Agricultt~e, and Related Agencies Post Office and Civil Service: Compensation and Employee Benefits, Ranking Minod~ Member • Postal Personnel and Modernization Standards of Official Conduct: No Subcommittees OTHER POSITIONS Indiana Congressional Delegation, Republican Dewn • Congres- sional Prayer Group DISTRICT OFFICES 107 Federal Bldg. Terse Hante, IN 47808 ................... (812) 238-1619 I07 Charles A. Halleck Federal Bldg. Lafayette, IN 47901 ..................... (317) 423-1661 W~nter 1987--88 D-Iowa, 3rd District Began Service: 1987 214 Cannon House Office Building Washington, DC 20515-1503 (202) 225-3301 BIOGRAPHICAL Born: 4/15/43 • Home: Cedar Falls • Educ.: U. of Not'them Iowa; LL.B., U. of Iovra (Iowa City)* Prof.: Attorney • Rel.: Catholic KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility TLm RaRis Admin. Asst. ~ean Hessburg Defense, Foreign Affairs Press Secy. Elner Edsill Office Mgr./ Scheduler Riley Grimes Science Committee; Budget, Gun Legis. Dir. Conu'ol. Commerce, Energy, Taxes, Judiciary, Science Edu- cation, Veterans, Commu- nications, Trade Laura Hines Drug Abuse. Elderly, Health, Legis. Asst. Housing, Nutrition, Women's Issues Susan Keith Agriculture Committee; Banking Legis. Asst. Kerry Sutten Education and Labor, Environ- Legis. Asst. merit, Govenu'nent Operations, Post Office and Civil Service, Transportation COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Agriculture: Conservation, Credit, and Rural Development • Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry • Wheat, Soybeans, and Feed Grains Science, Space, and Technology: Science, Research and Technology • Space Science and Applications • Task Force on TeclmoIo~ Policy OTHER POSITIONS Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee • Con- gressional Arts Caucus, Executive Board DISTRICT OFFICES 524 Washington St. ' Waterloo, IA 50701 ...................... (319) 234-3823 Room 505, 102 So. Clhton Iowa City, IA 52240 ..................... (319) 351-0789 Room 160, 16 E. Main St. MarshaiItown, IA 50158 .................. (515) 752-6701 © Congressional Yellow Book T!03630377
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William H.-Natcher Representat/ves and Sta~s - H-177 Stephen L. Neai D-Kentucky, 2nd District Began Service: 1953 2333 Raybum House Office Building Washington, DC 20515-1702 (202) 225-3501 BIOGRAPHICAL Borm 9/11/09 * Home: Bowling Green • Educ.: B.A., Western Ky. State CoL; LL.B., Oldo State U. * Prof.: Attorney * Rel.: Baptist KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility Diane RJhely Appropriations Committee Assoc. St~ff M_~3r Frances Albe~t Staff Asst. Elizabeth S. Matheny St,~f Asst. Margaret Ann Riley Staff Asst. Nmucy A. Scheytt SmffAsst. COIPIMITrEE ASSIGNMENTS Appropriations: Labor, Health and Human Services, Edu- ¢ation~ and Related Agencies, C/u=/rmm~ • District of Columbia • Rural Development, Agriculture, and Related Agencies OTHER POSITIONS DISTRICT OFFICES 414 E. 10th St. Bowling Green, KY 42101 ................ (502) 842-7376 Number 11, The Mall, 50 Public Square Elizabethtown, KY 42701 ................. (502) 765-4360 D-North Caro~rm, 5th District Began Service: 1975 2463 Raybum House Office Building Washington, DC 20515-3305 (202) 225-2071 BIOGRAPHICAL Born: 11/7/~4 * Home: Wmston-Salem • Educ.: B.A., U. of Hawafi • Pro£: Newspaper Publisher, Mortgage Banker • ReL: Presby-tedan KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility Robert Wrigley Admire Asst. Bill Connelly Press Asst. June Hunnicutt Exec. AsstJ Appts. Secy. Corky Collins Government Operations Commk- Legis. Dir. tee; Energy, Defense, Foreign Affair, Environment, Public Works John Hardage Banking Committee Legis. Asst. Kelly Zighr Social Issues, Labor, Veterans, Legis. Asst. Immigration, Judiciary, Housing COMM~TI'EE ASSIGNMENTS Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs: Domestic Monetary Policy, C/u~w~m • F'mandal Institutions Supewision, Regu- lation and Insurance • Housing and Community Development • International Finance, Trade, and Monetary Policy Government Operations: Legislation and National Security OTWR.R POSITIONS Democratic Trade Task Force • Democratic Study Group • Export Task Force • Congressiorml Rural Caucus • Congres- sioml T~uck Caucus = Conservative Democratic Forum • Con- gressioml Sunbelt Caucus, Executive Commi~ee • Congres- sional Travel and Tourism Caucus • Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues • Congressional Clearinghouse on the Future, Advisory Committee • Congressional Arts Caucus, Executive Board DISTRICT OFFICES 421 Federal Bldg. W'mston-S~lem, NC 27101 ................ (919) 761-3125 © Con~ressior~l Yel~ B~k W'mt~,r 1987-88 T T!03630378
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TI-1'78- Rep~sea tat~es a~d Staffs Bill Nelson Bill Nichols D-Florida, llth District Began Service: 1979 2404 Raybura House Of~ce Building Washington, DC 20515-0911 ~, ~ (202)225-3671 BIOGRAPIIICAL Born: 9/29/42 *-Home: Me|bourne • Educ.: B.A., Yale U.; J.D., U. ofVa. • Prof.: Attorney • Rek: Episcopalian KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility James F. Southefland Defense, Banking Admin. Asst. David W. Dickerson Sdence (Space Subcommittee) Press Secy. Ruthan W'm'nm Exec, Asst. (Appts.) Stephanie Sears-Everidge Ch£ Legis. Asst. Mar~yn Rosenthal Social Security, Health, Environ- Legis. Asst. ment, Agriculture COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs: Fh~tnda[ Institutions, Supervision, Regulation and Insurance Science, Space, and Technology: Space Sdence and Appli- cations, C/m/n~m * Transportation, Aviation and Materials OTHER POSITIONS Congressional Travel and Tourism Caucus, Chai~n • Con- gressional Pot~ Caucus • Environmental and Energy Stud~' Conference • Congressional Arts Caucus DISTRICT OFFICES Suke 12, 780 So. Apollo B|vd. Melbourne, FL 32901 .................... (305) 676-1776 300 Federal Bldg., 80 No. Hughey Orlando. FL 32801 ...................... (305) 841-1776 (Thurs., 10 a.m.-2 p, m.) Osceola Courthouse Kissimmee, FL 32747 ................... (305) 847-1280 (Tues.) Indian River County Courthouse Veto Beach, FL 32960 .................. (305) 589-1978. ext. 411 (Wed.) Men-itt Island Branch Breva~d County Courthouse Merdtt Bland, FL 32952 ................. (305) 453-9524 D-Alabama, 3rd District Began Service: 1967 2405 Rayburn House Of~ce Bu/Iding Washington, DC 20515-0103 (202) 225-3261 BIOGRAPIIICAL Born: 10/16f18 * Home: Sy[acauga • Educ.: B.S./M.A., Aubam U. • Pro£: Businessman • ReL: Methodist KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility Winston T. Lett Judiciary (Products Liability), Admin. Asst. Trade (Textiles), Health Thomas C. McMahon Press Asst. Catlde McCariey Office Mgr./ Pets. Secy. (Appts.) Bill Quinn Le~is. Ass~. COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Armed Services: Investigations, C/~'rman • Military Person- nel'and Compensatiun * Readiness; Morale, Welfare ~hd Recre- ation Panel; Spec/al Operations Panel • Defense Policy Panel, ex OTHER POSITIONS Congressional Textile Caucus, Secret~ry.Tre~surer • Congres- s/onal Rural Caucus * Conservative Democratic Forum DISTRICT OFFICES Federal Bldg., P.O. Box 2042 Anniston, AL 36202 ..................... (205) 236-5655 107 Fede~l Bldg. Opel/]ca, AL 36801 ...................... (205) 745-6222 115 E. Norths|de Tuskegee, AL 36083 ..................... (205) 727-6490 Winter 1937-88 © Congressional Y~llow B~ok T103630379
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Howard C. Nielson ]:~pz~sez~H~ ~z:d Sta~s- H-179 R-Utah, 3rd District Began Service: 1933 1229 Longworth House O~ce Building Washington, DC 20515-4403 (202) 225-7751 BIOGRAPHICAl. Borm 9/12/24 * Home: Provo * Educ.: B.S., U. of Utah; M.S., U. of Ore.; M.B.A./Ph.D., Stanford U. * Prof.: Prof. of Stat/stics • ReL: Mormon KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility L. Reid Ivins Admin. Asst. Agriculture, Armed Services, Ap- propriations, Budget, Interior, In- telligence, Judiciary, Veterans, Ways md Means (Select Revenue Measures) "Ruth Webb McCormick l~'ess Secy. Foreign Affairs, Hunger Marcia Ford St. Legis. Asst. Energy (Telecommunications, Commerce and Oversight Sub- committees); Banking, Small Busi- ness, Ways and Means (Trade) JudyJaussi Legis. Asst. Energy (Energy and Power, Health and Safety); Education and Labor (Health), Aging, Ways and Means (Health, Human Services, Social Security), Narcotics Abuse; Children, Youth. and Families Anne Oliver D.C., Post Office and Civil Ser- Legis. Aide/ vice, Sdence and Technology Legis. Corcesp. Doris WYson Government Operations (Employ- Exec. Secy. ment and Housing); Education and (Appts.) Labor (Labor), House Administra- t/on, Copper Caucus, Steel Cau- cus, Travel Caucus COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Energy and Commerce: Commerce. Consumer Protection, and Competitiveness * T.elecommunicafions and F'mance Government Operations: Government Activities and Trans- portation, Ra~king Minority Member OTIIER POSrfIONS Nafivnal Repub'_:c~_u C~nye~:ona[ Comndttee • House Republi- can Study Committee* House Wednesday Group, Executive Committee • Congress£oml Coal Group * Congress£oml Steel Caucus • Congressioml Copper Caucus • Congressional Travel mud Tour~m Caucus • Congress~on~.l Rural Caucus • M/I/tary Reform Caucus DISTRICT OFFICES Suite ~.05, 88 W. I00 No. Provo, UT 84601 ....................... (8431) 377-1776 Room 1, 92 E. Center St. Moab, UT 84532 ........................ (801) 259-7188 2207 Federal Bldg., 125 So. State St. Salt L~ke City, UT 84138 ................. (801) 524-5301 114 Federal Bldg., 125 E. 100 No. Heber City, UT 84032 ................... (801) 654-1144 © Congre.~razf Yellow Bt~h W~ter 1987-88 T T103630380
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H-180 - Repr~se~t~t~%-es and Stafi~ Henry J. Nowak Mary Rose Oakar D-New York, 33rd District Began Service: 1975 2240 Raybum House Office Building Washington, DC 20515-3233 (202) 225-3306 BIOGRAPHICAL Born: 2/21/35 • Home: Buffalo • Educ.: B.B.A., Canisius Col; J.D., U. of Buffalo • Prof.: Attorney/Accountant • ReL: Catholic KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility Ronald J. Maselka Adrnim Asst./ Press Helen Burton " Legis. ~./ Press E. Plummet Go~by Exec. Asst. Barbara L. Science Committee S]Ivexstein Spec. Counsel Cathy Ewaas Public Woflcs (Water Resources Spec~ Projs.. and Surface Traasportation Sub- Asst. committees) COMMIT2~E ASSIGNMENTS Public Works and Transporter/on: Water Resources, Cl~irm~n • Investigations and Ovexsight • Stwface Trans- portation Science, Space, a~d Technology: Natta'~ Resources, Agri- culture Research and Environment • Science, Research and Technology OTI~R POSITIONS • MajoriW Zone Whip • Democratic Study Group • Congressional Steel Caucus, Executive Bo~d • En~ronment.~l and Ener~ Study Conference • No.beast-Midwest Congressional tion, Steering Committee: Water Resot~ces Task Force, Co- Chairman • Congressional Travel and Tourism Caucus DISTRICT OFFICES 212 U.S. Courthouse, Niagara Sq. Buffalo, NY 14202 .......................(716) 8~3-4131 D-Ohio, 20th District Began Service: 1977 2231 Raybura House Office Build/ng Washington, DC 20515-3520 (202) 225-5871 BIOGRAPHICAL Borm 3/5/40 • Home: Cleveland • Educ.: B.A., Ursuline CoL; M.A., John Carroll U. • Prof.: High School and College Instm~ctor * Rel.: Catholic KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility Joseph Grimes Post Of Gce Committee; House Spec. Asst./ Admim'stration Press Eileen Walley Of~ce Mgr. (Appts.) Karen Kirsh Budget, District I~sues, Taxes, Legis. Dir. Trade, Health, Aging Rob Ambrose Foreign After, Defense Legis. Asst. Jeff Moreill Select Aging (Social Security Task Legis. Asst. Force); Agriculture, Armed Ser- vices, Energy and Commerce, Small Business, Ways and Means (except Taxes), Veterans COMMITTEE ASSIGN'M~NTS Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs: Economic Sta- billzafion" Chairwaman • Finandal Institutions Supervision, Regulation and Insurance • Housing and Community Devel- opment House Administration: Libraries and Memorials, C/uzir- un~man • Accounts • Task Force on Legislative Service Or- ganizations Post Office and Civil Service: Compeasation and Employee Benefits Aging (Select): Health and Long-Term Care • Retirement Income and Employment * Task Force on Social Security and Women, C/u~ru~num Joint Library: No Subcommktees W~ter 1.987.-.88 0 Co~resshrnaf Yell~.o B~k T103630381
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Mary Rose Oakar Represe~tat/ves ~zd Stafi~- II-181 James L. Oberstar OTHER POSITIONS House Democratic Caucus, 14ce Chair~an-.an • House Demo- crat~ Steering and Po~cy Cormv, kree, ex e.ffid~ • Denmc~6c Congressional Camp~gn Committee • Congressional Caucus for Women's Issue~, Execu~'e Commi~ee • Congress£oml Steel Caucus • Ad Hoc Congressional Committee forldsh AIfa~ • Northeast-Midwest Congressional Coalkion • Arms Con~ol and Foreign PoI~y Caucus • Congressional Hispa~c Caucus, Honorary Member • Congresdonal Bl~ck Caucus, Assodate Membe~ • Congressional Arts Caucus, Execut~e Board • North AtJantic Assembly, Delegate • Democratic National Committee, House Representative DISTRICT OFFICES 523 Federal Ccur~ Bldg. 215 Superior Ave. Cleveland, OH 44114 .................... (216) 522-4927 D/F/L-Minnesota, 8th Dis~ct Began Service: 1975 2351 Raybum House Office Building Washington, DC 20515-2308 (202) 225-6211 BIOGRAPHICAL Born: 9/10/34 • Home: Chisholm • Educ.: B.A., CoL ofSt. Thonms; M.A., CoL of Europe (Belgium) * Prof.: Congressional A/de KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative ResponsibilitT Tom Reagan Admire Asst. ywn Berard Immigration, Telecommunications, Press Secy. Veterans, Visas ydl Beatty Of~ce Mgr./ Pers. Secy. (Appts.) • Paul Hemmersbaugh Legis. Asst. Health, Education, Elderly, Handi- capped, Steel, Energy, Housing, Environment, Trade Colin McGhmis Legis. Asst. Defehse, Economy, Small Busi- ness, Human Rights, Taxes, For- eign Affairs, Judieia_~, Labor, Insurance Michael Ryan Social Security, Retirement, Agfi- Legis. Asst. culture, Banking COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Budget (Task Forces): Budget Process • Community and Natu- ral Resources • Defense and International Affairs Public Works and Transportation: Investigations and Over- sight. Chairman •Econom/c Development • Water Resources OTHER POSITIONS House Democratic Steering and PoLicy Committee • Democratic Congressional Campaign Com~tlee • Democratic Study Group, Executive Commi~ee • Conference of Great Lakes Congress- men, Co-Chairman • Northeast-Midwest Congressional Coalition, V/ce Chairnum; Defense Spending Task Force, Co- Cha~ • Congressional Steel Caucus, Executive Board • Arms Control and Foreign Policy Caucus • Congressional Populist Caucus • Congressional R~al Caucus • Con~essiorml Travel aud Tourism Caucus • The Pro-Life Caucus, Executive Committee • Congressional Coalition on Adoption. Co-Chai~ma~ • Congressional Truck Caucus, Co-Chairn~n • Canada-U.S. Interpadiamentary Group, Delegate DISTRICT OFFICES 231 Federal Bldg. Duluth, MN 55802 ...................... (218) 727-7474 C~ty Hail, 316 Lake St. Chishokn, ~ 55719 ................... (218) 254-5761 City Hall, 501 Laurel Brainerd. MN 55401 .................... (218) 828-4400 © Congressional Yelltne Back l~rmter 1987-88 T103630382
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W-182 - Eeprese.ntatives aad S~.~ David Obey Jim Olin I)-Wiscons~ 7th District Began Service: 1969 2217 Rayburn House Office Bu/Iding Washington, DC 20515-490"~ (202) 225-3365 BIOGRAPHICAL Born: 10/3/38 • Home: Wausau • Educ.: B.S./M.A., U. of Wm. *Prof-: Wts. Housed Reps., 1963-69 * Rel.: Catholic KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility Lyie Stit~ Exec. Asst./ Press Secy. Joseph IL Crapa Appropriations, Budget Staff Dtr./ Legis. Dir. Paul G. Carver Transportation, Banking, Housing, Legis. Asst. Agriculture Anne Georges Energy, Environment, Education Legis. Asst. (Elementary/Secondary) Michael Marek Foreign Affairs, Defense, Trade, Legis. Asst. Veterans Judy Robinson Health, Environment, Small Busi- Legis. Asst. hess, Natural Resources Rachel Spector Women's Issues, Judiciary, Higher Legis. Asst. Education, Labor, Post Of~ce and Civil Service, Communications Mary Scheckelhoff Human Services Spec..asst. Carly Bums Exec. Asst./ Pets. Secy. (Appts.) COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Appropriations: Foreign Opera~ons, Export Financing arld Related Programs, Chairman * Labor, Health and Htmmn Services, Education, and Related Agendes * Legislative Branch Joint Economic: Economic Resources and Competitiveness, Chtn'rman * National Security Economics, grace Chairman • Economic Growth, Trade, and Taxes OTHER POSITIONS Deputy Majority Whip • Democratic Trade Task Force • Democratic Study Group, Executive Committee • Congres- sional Rural Caucus DISTRICT OFFICES Federal Bldg.. 317 - fat St. Wausau. W154401 ......................{715} 842-5606 D-~trginia, 6th District Began Service: 1983 1238 Longworth House Office Building Washington, DC 20515-4606 (202) 225-5431 BIOGRAPHICAL Born: 2]28/20 • Home: Roanoke • Educ.: B.B.E., Cornell U. • Prof-: Electronics Co. Exec. • Rd.: Unitaxian KEY STAFF AIDES Name/Position Legislative Responsibility William Black Budget, Labor Adrn/n. Asst. Jim Fox Energy, Environment Press Secy./ Legis. Asst. L Dawn K/dd Irnm/gration Of~ce Mgr./ Pers. Secy. (Appt~) Ellen Layman Agriculture Comm/ttee Legis. Din Gary Hansen Small Business Committee; Trade. Legis. Asst. Sc/ence ~nd Technology, Defense, Foreign Affa/rs John Mills Veterans, Federal Employees, Legis. Asst. Sodal Security, Education, Health Chnrlene Neu Projects (D.C.), Housing, Public Legis. Asst. Works, Taxes, Judiciary C OIVlIVlITTEE ASSIGNMENTS Agricnlture: Domestic Marketing, Consumer Relations, and Nu~'~tion • Forests, Family Farms. and Energy * Livestock, Da~, and Podtrz Small Business: Regulation and Business Opportunities • SBA and the General Economy OTHER POSITIONS Democratic Study Group, Executive Committee • 98th Demo- cratic Members Caucus • Congressional Footwear Caucus • Congressional Travel and Tourism Caucus • Congressional Competitiveness Caucus • Environmental and Energy Study Conference DISTRICT OFFICES Room 706, F~rst Federal Savings & Loan Bldg., 406 - 1st St. Roanoke, VA 24011 ..................... (703) 982-4672 Mason/c Bldg., 2nd fk, 13 W. Beverley St. Staunton, VA 24401 ..................... (703) 885-8178 Room 606, Sovran Bank Bldg. Harrisonburg, VA 22801 .................. (703) 433-9433 First Federal Savings & Loan Bldg. 3rd ft.. 925 Ma~n St. Lynchburg, VA 24504 ................... (804} 845-6546 Winter 1~87-88 © Congressional Yella,.o Book T103630383

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