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Powers of Congress Write Laws, Declare War, Monitor Federal Agencies

Date: Feb 1993
Length: 113 pages

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Congress' legislative powers and organization are defined in Article I of the Constitution. A Senate and a House of Representatives are chosen by direct election. There are two Senators from each state and they serve sixyear terms. One-third of them are elected every two years and Senators from the same state are not elected in the same year.

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Named Organization
AFL-CIO (American Federation of Labor/Congress of Industrial Organiza)
Labor Union
Agency for International Development
Air Force
Albion College
Alcoa
Army
Augustana College
Burdick (Medical Advertising agency for ACC)
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA)
Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
C-Span
Canisius College (in Buffalo, NY)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
Chamber of Commerce
Chapel Hill
CIA (Central Intelligence Agency)
Citadel
Coast Guard
Columbia College
Commission on Civil Rights
Congressional Budget Office (CBO)
Congressional Research Service (Criticized 1993 EPA ETS report)
Criticized EPA's January 1993 report designating passive smoke as a carcinogen
Consumer Product Safety Commission
Council of Economic Advisers
Council of State Governments
Council on Environmental Quality
Davidson College
Democratic National Committee (Democratic National Committee)
Department of Agriculture (USDA)
Department of Commerce (DOC)
Department of Defense (DOD)
*Department of Education (use United States Department of Health, Education & We
*Department of Energy (use United States Department of Energy)
*Department of Health and Human Services
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)
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)
Dickinson College
Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (E.E.O.C., a U.S. Agency)
Farm Credit Administration
Federal Aviation Administration (Ruled on smoking on U.S. flights)
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
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 Election Commission
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Federal Highway Administration
Federal Maritime Commission
Federal Register (publication)
Federal Reserve System
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.
Fish and Wildlife Service
Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Fordham University
Forest Service
General Accounting Office
General Services Administration (GSA)
Government Accountability Office (GAO)
Government National Mortgage Association
Government Printing Office (GPO)
GPO (government printing office)
Hamilton College (Located in upstate New York)
*Health and Human Services (HHS) (use United States Department of Health and Hum (US)
House of Representatives
Immigration and Naturalization Service
Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Interstate Commerce Commission
Joint Chiefs of Staff
Land O'Lakes
Library of Congress
Marymount College (Tarrytown, NY)
Maryville College
Middlebury College
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
National Governors Association
National Guard
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
National Labor Relations Board
National Park Service
National Science Foundation
National Security Council
Navy
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Contract research lab; does gov't work and also takes private contracts.
Occupational Health and Safety (periodical)
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Held hearings in 1994 to ban smoking in workplaces)
OSHA opened hearings in September 1994 on a proposal that amounts to a virtual ban on smoking in every workplace in the nation
Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
*Office of Management and Budget OMB (use United States Office of Management and Budget)
Office of Science and Technology Policy
Office of Technology Assessment
Peace Corps
Political Affairs (State Department)
Postal Rate Commission
Postal Service (USPS)
Postsecondary Education
Republican National Committee
Roanoke College
Rural Development
SBA
Secret Service
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)
Selective Service System
Senate
Senate Committees
Small Business Administration (SBA)
Smith College
Social Security Administration
Texas A & M University
Trinity College
United States Supreme Court (Judicial branch U.S. gov't)
U.S. Trade Representative
Union College
United Nations
United States Congress
United States House of Representatives
United States Information Agency
United States Postal Service
United States Senate
US Postal Service
White House
Named Person
Allard, Wayne
Andrews, Thomas
Applegate, Douglas
Archer, Bill
Bacchus, Jim
Bachus, Spencer
Baker, Bill
Baker, Richard G. (BAT Attorney, In-House)
Defense
Barcelo, Carlos Romero
Barcia, James
Barlow, Tom
Barrett, Bill
Bartlett, Roscoe
Barton, Joe
Becerra, Xavier
Berman, Howard
Bingaman, Jeff (Senator (D-New Mexico) (1982-present))
Plaintiff
Bishop, Sanford
Blute, Peter
Boehner, John
Bond, Christopher
Bonilla, Henry
Boren, David Lyle (Govenor of OK (1975-79))
Borski, Robert
Boucher, Rick
Boxer, Barbara (Senator (D-California) Environment & Public Works Comm.)
Bradley, Bill
Braun, Carol Moseley
Breaux, John
Brewster, Bill
Browder, Glen
Brown, Corrine
Brown, Hank
Bryan, Richard
Bryant, John
Bumpers, Dale
Bunning, Jim
Burns, Conrad
Burton, Dan
Byrd, Robert
Byrne, Leslie
Callahan, Sonny
Camp, Dave
Canady, Charles
Cantwell, Maria
Castle, Michael
Chafee, John Lester Hubbard (Senator (R - Rhode Island) (1976-99))
Proposed cigarette machines be banned to prevent youth smoking (1989).
Clay, William
Clayton, Eva
Clement, Bob
Clyburn, James
Coble, Howard
Cochran, Thad
Cohen, William
Collins, Barbara Rose
Collins, Mac
Combest, Larry
Conrad, Kent
Conyers, John
Cooper, Jim
Coppersmith, Sam
Coverdell, Paul
Craig, Larry
Cramer, Bud
Danforth, John
Deal, Nathan
Deutsch, Peter
Dodd, Christopher
Dole, Robert (U.S. Vice President, Senator (R-KS))
Defense
Dooley, Calvin
Doolittle, John
Dorgan, Byron
Dreier, David
Dunn, Jennifer
Durbin, Richard J. (U.S. Representative in 1994, anti-tobacco voice)
Richard J. Durbin was a United States Representative in 1994 (D-IL). He was a leading anti-tobacco voice and a leading antismoking advocate in Congress (LAT 7/18/94; U.S. News 4/18/94). Durbin is concerned about reducing the number of young smokers (U.S. News 4/18/94). He proposed an amendment, with Reps. Synar and Wyden, which would give FDA authority to regulate the manufacture, sale, labeling, advertising, and content of tobacco products, circa 6/94 (AP 6/13/94). Durbin appeared for the 3/25/94 Waxman subcommittee hearing and stated that "Tobacco companies are our nation's number one drug pushers." In May 1994, U.S. representative Martin Meehan wrote a letter to U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno signed by six other congress members (Hansen, Stark, Viscols, Durbin, Synar, Foglietta, and Meehan signed). The letter suggested DOJ investigate whether the tobacco Executive violated RICO laws or committed perjury before the Waxman subcommittee (1994) (BN TLR 6/29/94; DJ 5/27/94). The contact in 1994 was Melissa Narins at (202) 225-5271.
Edwards, Don
Emerson, Bill
English, Glenn
English, Karan
Evans, Lane
Everett, Terry
Feinstein, Dianne
Fields, Cleo
Fingerhut, Eric
Flake, Floyd
Ford, Wendell
Fowler, Tillie
Frank, Barney
Franks, Bob
Franks, Gary
Frost, Martin
Furse, Elizabeth
Gallegly, Elton
Gephardt, Richard
Defense
Gilchrest, Wayne
Gingrich, Newt (Speaker of the House after Republicans regained control of H)
Speaker of the House after Republicans regained control of House in 1994
Glenn, John (astronaut and later senator)
Glickman, Dan
Graham, Bob
Gramm, Phil (US Senator from Texas (Republican))
US Senator from Texas (Republican)
Grams, Rod
Grandy, Fred
Hamburg, Dan
Hansen, James
Plaintiff
Harkin, Tom
Harman, Jane
Hatfield, Mark
Hefley, Joel
Heflin, Howell
Helms, Jesse (U.S. Senator, (R-North Carolina))
Strongly pro-tobacco
Hilliard, Earl
Holden, Tim
Horn, Steve
Hutchinson, Tim
Hutto, Earl
Inglis, Bob
Inouye, Daniel
Jefferson, William
Jeffords, James
Johnson, Don (BW Robert L. Edens Co.)
Johnson, Eddie Bernice
Johnson, Sam
Johnson, Tim
Johnston, Harry
Johnston, J. Bennett
Kassebaum, Nancy
Kennedy, Edward
Kennelly, Barbara
Kerry, John
King, Peter
Kingston, Jack
Klein, Herbert
Klink, Ron
Kohl, Herbert
Kolbe, Jim
Kreidler, Mike
Krueger, Bob
Lambert, Blanche
Larocco, Larry
Laughlin, Greg
Lautenberg, Frank R.
Plaintiff
Lazio, Rick
Leach, Jim
Leahy, Patrick
Lehtinen, Ileana Ros
Levy, David
Lewis, Jerry (actor)
Lewis, John
Lewis, Tom
Lieberman, Joseph
Linder, John
Livingston, Bob
Long, Jill
Lugar, Richard
Mack, Connie
Maloney, Carolyn
Manton, Thomas
Mathews, Harlan
Mccain, John
Mcdermott, Jim
Mchugh, John
Mckeon, Howard
Mckinney, Cynthia
Meehan, Martin
Plaintiff
Meek, Carrie
Menendez, Robert
Meyers, Jan
Michel, Robert
Mikulski, Barbara
Miller, Dan
Miller, George
Minge, David
Mink, Patsy
Mitchell, George
Moorhead, Carlos
Moynihan, Daniel
Murray, Patty
Nadler, Jerrold
Nickles, Don
Norton, Eleanor Holmes
Nunn, Sam
Packard, Ron
Packwood, Bob
Parker, Mike
Pastor, Ed
Payne, Donald
Pelosi, Nancy
Peterson, Pete
Pomeroy, Earl
Pressler, Larry
Price, David
Pryce, Deborah
Pryor, David
Quinn, Jack
Ramstad, Jim
Reed, Jack
Reid, Harry
Reynolds, Mel
Richardson, Bill
Riegle, Donald
Robb, Charles
Roberts, Pat
Rose, Charles
Rostenkowski, Dan
Defense
Roth, Toby
Roth, William
Rowland, J. Roy
Rush, Bobby
Sanders, Bernard
Sasser, Jim
Sawyer, Thomas
Schenk, Lynn
Schroeder, Patricia
Schumer, Charles
Scott, Robert
Shelby, Richard (Senator (R) of Alabama)
Shepherd, Karen
Simon, Paul
Simpson, Alan
Slattery, Jim
Smith, Bob
Smith, Nick
Stark, Pete
Stevens, Ted
Stokes, Louis
Strickland, Ted
Stump, Bob
Stupak, Bart
Talent, James
Tanner, John
Tauzin, Billy
Taylor, Gene
Tejeda, Frank
Thomas, Craig
Thurmond, James Strom (U.S. Senator from South Carolina, Dixiecrat candidate for pr)
Tucker, Walter
Underwood, Robert
Vest, Steve
Wallop, Malcolm (Retired senator from Wyoming)
Formed conservative think tank, Frontiers of Freedom
Warner, John D.
Washington, Craig
Washington, George
Waters, Maxine
Watt, Melvin
Waxman, Henry A. (U.S. Representative)
(D-CA) Was chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee's Subcommittee on Health and the Environment in 1994.
Weldon, Curt
Wellstone, Paul (U.S. Senator from MN)
Wheat, Alan
Williams, Pat
Wofford, Harris
Woolsey, Lynn
Wynn, Albert
Young, Bill
Young, Don
Zeliff, Bill
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United States Representatives 103rd Congress of the United States % = Percentage of vote member received in last election Uric. = Uncontested Nell Abercrombie (D-l-HI) 2nd Term 72~/0 1440 LHOB 202-225-2726 Fax: 202-225-4580 Biography: b. Jun, 26. 1938, Buffalo, NY. Slate po=itica' activist: m Nancie Caraway; Union Co=logo, B A U of HI, M.A., Ph [3; home, Honolulu. District: 1st. Pop. 554.119; Maj. City. Honolulu: Office. Honolulu (808/541-2570). Committees: Armed Services; Natural Resources. Aides: Adm, Patrick McCain; Leg,s,. Alan Yamamoto, Sec. Lonqa Hamilton: Press, Michael Slackman. ~Gary L. Ackerman (D-5-NY) 6th Term 52~ 238 CHOB 202-225.26C1 Fax: 202-225-1589 Biography: b. Nov. :9. 1942, Brooklyn, NY. Teacher, Advertising Exec., Jewish; m. R~ta Jewel; 3 children: Queens. B A.; home, Queens. District: 5th, Pop. 580,337" Maj. City. NYC: Offices. Bayside (718/423-2154), Huntington (516/423-2154) Committees: Foreign Affairs; Merchant Marine and Fisheries; Post Office and Civil Service. Aides: Adm., Jedd Moskowitz; Legis.. Bob Levi; Sec., Betsy Francisco: Press, Jedd Moskowitz ~Wayne Allard (R.4-CO) 2nd Term 422CHOB 202-225-4676 Fax: 202.225-8630 Biography: b. Dec. 2, 1943, Fort Colhns, CO. Veterinanan, m. Joan Ma)colm; 2 children; CO State. D.V.M; home, Loveland. District; 4th, PoD. 549,070; Me. Cities, Greeley, Fort Col ns; Offices, Greeley (303/35:-7582), Fort Co)hns (3031493.9132). Committees: Agriculture; Budge~; Natural Resources. Aides: Adm., Roy Palmer: Legis.. Doug Benevento; Sec.. Michele Aten, Press, Sean Conway. Michael A. Andrews (D-25-TX) 6th Term 59% 303CHOB 202-225-7508 Fax: 202-225-4210 Biography: b. Feb 7. 1944. Houston. TX, Attorney Methodist; m. Ann Bowman: 2 ch?dren. U. of TX. B A S.M.U. J,D.; home. Houston. Dis:rich 251h. Pop 566.217; Maj. Cites. Houstcn Pasadena; Ofhces, Houston (713/229-2244). Pasadena (71&~473-4334). Committees: Budget; Ways and Means: Joint Economic. Aides: Adm. Ann I::towan: Leg.s.. Dave Kendall: Exec. Ass:, Lorl Huffman. P.'ess. Jeff Pat:erso~ 58 ~ 1993 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK Representatives Robert E. Andrews (D-1-NJ) 2nd Term 1005LHOB 202-225-6501 Fax: 202-225-6583 Biography: b. Aug. 4, 1957, Camden. NJ. Attorney, Law Professor, Episcopal: Bucknell. B.A.; Cornell, J.D.; home, Bellmawr. District: 1st. Pop. 594.630; Me}. Cities, Somerdale, Woodbury; Office. Somerdale (609/627-9000). Committees: Education and Labor; Foreign Affairs. Aides: Adm, Frances Calianan. Legis.. Ken Holdsman: Sec. DeAnna Rodnguez: Press, Chris Votmer. ~ Thomas H. Andrews (D-l-ME) 2nd Term 65% 1530LHOB 202-225-6116 Fax: 202-225-9065 Biography= b. Mar, 22. 1953, North Easton. MA. Association Director, Unitarian; m. Debra Johnson: Bo,~doin, B.A.; home, Portland. District; 1st, Pop. 636,486; Maj. City, Portland; Office. Portland (207/772-8240). Committees: Armed Services; Merchant Marine and F~sheries; Small Business. Aides: Adm.. Craig S. Brown: Legis., Victoria Holt: Sec.. Stephan,e Hart. B Douglas Applegate (D.18-OH) 9th Term 6e% 2183 RHOB 202-225-6265 Fax: 202-225-3087 Blogmph)/: b. Mar. 27. 1928. Steubenvil~e, OH. Realtor, Presbyterian; m. Betty Jean EngsVom; 2 children: home, Steubenville. D strict= 181h. Pop 570,900; Maj. City, Steubenvi~le; Offices, Steubenvile (614/283-3716), St. C airsv~lle (614/695-4600). Committees: Public Works and Transportation; Veterans' Affairs. Aides: Adm., Jim Hart: Legis.. Jim Hart; Sec., PauSe Leonard; Press, Jim ~J Hart. Bill ~rcher (R-7-TX) 12th Term Unc. ~1236 LHOB 202-225-2571 Fax: 202-225-4381 Biography: b. Mar. 22, 1928, Houston, TX. Attorney. Catholic; m. Sharon Sawyer; 7 children; U. oITX, B.B.A.. L.L.B.; AF, Korea; home, Houston. ~ts;le%t:); ~)tffhlc ' e,P~-~ u 5516o6n'~1~ /4~4' 9C3i{.y, Houston Committees: Ways and Means/Ranking; Joint Taxation/Ranking. Aides: Adm., Don Carlson; Legis., Donna Steele Rynn; Sec, Linda F~gura; Press, Linda Richard K. Armey (R.26-TX) 5th Term 73% 301 CHOB 202-225-7772 Fax: 202o225-7614 Biography: b, Jul. 7. 1940, Cando, ND. Economist. Presbyterian; m. Susan Byrd; 5 children; Jamestown. B.A.; U. of ND, M .A.: U. of OK, Ph.D ; home. Copper Canyon. District: 261h. Pop. 566,217; Maj. C=bes, Irving. Denton; Office, Lewisvi|te (2141221-4527). Committees'. Repub. Conference/Chairman: Education and Labor; Joint Economic/Ranking. Aides: Adm. E~'an Gunderson; Leg, is.. Horace Cooper; Sec. Apnt ~,tcKtcne,~: Press. Pa, t Sh~'tridge. 1993 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 5~ Ti3076353
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Representatives Les Asp|n (D-I-WI) 12th Term* *Appointed Sec. of Defense Special e~ection to be held. Cat1202-225-7000 for complete information Representatives 58% ~ ~ Richard H. Baker (R-6-LA) 4th Term 510~ ~: "~ 434CHOB 202-225-3901 Fax: 202-225-7313 Biography: l-,. May. 22_ 1948. New Orleans, LA. Real Estate, Methodist; m. Karen Carpen-'.er; 2 children: ~: ~ /S.U.B.A.; home. Baton Rouge, District: 6th, Pop. 602.854; Maj. Cities. Baton Rouge. Alexandria: Offices. Baton Rouge (5041929-7711). Alexandna (318/445-5504). Committees: Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs; ~~ Natural Resources; Small Business. Aides: Ad"n. Tim Carper.*,er: Le.~,s, E)uane Duncan Sec. Lynn Ann K~rk: ~Jim Bacchus (D-15-FL) 2nd Term 51~,~ P'ess. Brenda Hodge. 432 CHOB 202-225-3671 Fax: 202-225-9039 ~ ~ ~ Biography: b. Jun. 21, 1949, Nashville, TN, Attorney, Journalist, Presbyterian: m. Rebecca McMillan; 2 ,~,~lJl~ll Cass Ballenger (R-10-NC)4th Term 65°,4, children; Vanderb~lt. B.A.; Yale, M.A., FL State, J.D.: ~ ~J 2238 RHOB 202-225-2576 Fax: 202-225-03!6 home, Belle Isle. Biography: 13. Dec. 6. 1926. Hickory. NC. Bus~ness. District: 15th. Pop. 562,519: Mai Cities, Cocoa, ~ Episcopal: m Donna Dav~s:3 ch~ld~en:,&.mherst. Melbourne; Off~ce Cocoa (407/632-1776). ~ ~ ~ ~ Navy "44-'45, home, Hickory. Committees: Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs; District: 10th. Pop. 552.386; Maj C~ties. Lincolntown, Science. Space and Technology. Aides: Adm.. L~nda Hennesse: Legis,, Vince Willmore: Sec., L~z D'Amato; ~ .T. ~ H~cko~'y~ Olfice` Hickory (704!327-6100) Press. Dan Salhck ~ Committees: Education and Labor: Foreign Affairs; District Of Columbia. ~ ~ "~ Aides: Adm, PatrickMjrphy; Leg,s.. Ashley Rehr: Sec. Angola Bott~nger; Press. Steohan:e Bridges. Spencer Bachus (R-6-AL) 1st Term 54~ lii;; i 3~ 2t6 CHOB 202-225-4921 Fax: 202-225-2082 James A. Barcia (D-5-MI) 1st Term 6w0 Biography: b. Dec. 28, 1947. Birmingham, AL, Allorney, Baptist; m. divorced; 3 children; Auburn U., ~ Z ~ 1719 LHOB 202-225-8171 Fax: 202-225-2618 B.A.; U. of AL, LL.D.; Army National Guard '69-'71: Biography: b. Feb. 25. 1952, Bay City, MI, State home, Rocky Ridge. Senator, Catholic; m. s ngle; Saginaw Valley S.tate, B.A : District: 6th. Pop. 577,226~ Maj. Cities. Birmingham, ~ ~ ~ home, Bay City. Hoover; Office. Birmingham (2051969 2296); Northport District: 5th, Pop. 580,956: Maj. Cities, Saginaw, Bay (2051333-9694) City; Offices, Saginaw (517/754.6075). Bay City Committees: Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs; Veterans' Affairs. ~ ~ ~ (517/667-0003), Flushing (517/732-7501), Aldes: Adm.. Larry Lavender; Legis.. Jennifer Oldham; Sec., Gerry Cashin; Committees: Public Works and Transporlation; Press, Dawd Allen. ~ ~ ~ Science, Space and Technology. Aides: Adm.. Tom Pazzi; Legis., Paul A. DeG~ust~: Sec, Lakon Holloway; Press, Tom Pazzi. Scotty Baesler (D-6-KY) 1st Term 61% ~ ~ 508 CHOB 202-225-4706 Fax: 202-225.2122 Tom Barlow (D-1-KY) 1st Term 60~/o Biography: b. Jul. 9. 1941, Athens. KYoAttorney, Mayor, ~ ~ ~ 1533 LHOB 202-225-3115 Fax: 202-225-2169 Christian: m. Alice Woods; 2 chddren; U. of KY, B.S, J.D.; Army Rsv. '67-'73: home. Lexington. Biography: b. Aug. 7, 1940, Washington, DC, Phone District: 6th, Pop. 614,208; Maj. Cities, Lexington, U equipment sales dir, Methodist; m Shirley Pippin; 5 Frankfort; Office, Lexington (606/253-1124). children; Haverford Coil., B.A.; home, Paducah. District: 1st, Pop. 614,226; Maj. C~ties. Hopkinsville, Veterans'C°mmlttees:Affairs.Agriculture; Education and Labor; ~/: ¢~ Paducah; Office. Paducah (502/444-7216). Aides: Adm, Chuck Atk~ns; Legis, Jane Vimont; Sec., Sharyn Alexander; Committees: Agriculture; Merchant Marine and Fisheries; Natural Resources. Press. Jonn Townsend. I.~ Aides: Adm.-Legis..Press, Bobby Miller; Sec. Nancy Sharbel Bill Baker (R-10-CA) 1st Term 52% ~- ~--~ ~ Bill Barrett (Ro3-NE) 2nd Term 72% 1724LHOB 202-225-1860 Fax: 202-225-2150 ~ 1213LHOB 202-225-6435 Fax: 202-225-0207 Biography: b. Jun. 14. 1940. Oakland, CA. Farmer. ~ Biography: b. Feb~ 9. 1929, LexJngton, NE. Insurance, Catholic; m. Joaqne: 4 children; San Jose Sta~e U., ELA.; Real Estate, Presbyterian; m. Elsie Carlson; 4 children; Coast Guard "57-'65; home, Danwlle. Hastings College. B.A.: home Lexington. Dlstrlct: 10th, Pop. 572,008; Maj Cities, Antioch. ~----:~ District: 3rd. Pop. 525.521: Maj, Cdies, Grand Island. Walnut Creek: Off~ces. Walnut Creek (510/932-8899). Scottsblu'f; Offices. Grand Island (308/381-5555). Dublin (510/829-0813). Scottsb=utf (308/632-3333). Committees: Public Works and Transportation; ~-~*--~--~ Committees: Agriculture; Education and Labor; Science, Space and Technology. House Administration; Joint Library. AideS:sec. Rob~nA~lmMack." JOhnpress.Walker:AhxLegis..NovakRoyal Alexander; Leg,s. Stu Burns. ~.._ =.~.._~ Aides: AOm Jer~ F~r~ke; Leg,s Jer~ F~nke 60 ~ 1993 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK ~. ~ © 1993 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 61 TI307635.'.'~
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Representatives Thomas M. Barrett (D-5-Wl) 1st Term 70% 313 CHOE~ 202-225-3571 Fax: 202-225-2185 Biography: b. Dec. 8. 1953, Milwaukee, Wt, Attorney Catholic: m Kristine: U of W. BA. J.O.; home. M~twauke& District: 5th, Pop. 545,816: Mai. City; Milwaukee: Office. Milwaukee (4141297.1331), Committees; Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs; Government Operations; Natural Resources. Aides; Adm. Ja~e', P~ra,'~_~, Leg,s. Ach~eng AkJmu Sec.. Jan Miller: Press Jane~ P~raino. Roscoe G. Bartlett (R-6-MD) 1st Term 540/o 312 CHOB 202-225-2721 Fax: 202-225-2193 Biography: b. Jun 3, 1926. Moreland, KY, Engineer. Professor, 7th Day Adventist; m. Ellen 10 chidren. Columbia College, B.S ; U of MD, M.S; U. of MD, Ph.D.: home. =rederick. Oislrict: 6th. Pop. 597,688; Maj. C~ties. Frederick. Hagerstown; Offices, Hagerstown (3011797-6043). • Creder~ck (301i662-6284). Committees: Armed Services; Science, Space and Technology. Aides; Adm, Tim Woodford: Leg,s`. Oebbie Royal: Sec.. Susan Kn=ght: Press~ Jim Lafferty ~,Joe Barton (R-6-TX) 5th Term 72O/o 15!4 LHOB 202-225-2002 Fax: 202-225-3052 Biography: b. Sep. 15, 1949 Waco, TX, Engineer ng Consultant. Method,st; m. Janet Winslow; 3 children: Texas A&M, BS: Purdue, M.S.: home. Ennis District: 6th, Pop. 566,217: Maj. City, Ft. Worth: Offices. Fort Worth (8171737-7377), Enn~s (214/875-8488). Committees: Energy and Commerce; Science, Space and Technology. Aides: Adm., Cathy Gillespie. Legis., Jeff McKinnon; Sec., Cathy Cagle: Press. Craig Murphy Representatives ~Anthony C. Beilenson (D-24-CA) 9th Term 56% 2465 LHOB 202-225-5911 Fax; Not public. Biography; b. Oct. 26, 1932, New Rochelle. NY, Attorney, Jewish; m. Dolores Martin. 3 childrer~: Harvard. A.B.. LLB.; home. Los Angeles. District: 24th, Pop. 572,563; Maj, City, W. Los Angeles; Off..e-s, V~k)odland Hills (818/990-t990), Thousand Oaks (805/496-4333). Committees: Budget; Rules. Aides; Adm, Janet Faulst~ch: Leg,s.. Mel=ssa Kuckro. Sec.. Amadie Hutner: Press, Kaye Davis. ~Helen Delich Bentley (R-2-MD) 5th Term 65% 1610 LHOB 202-225-306~ Fax: 202-225-425" Biography: b Nov. 28. 1923, Rulh. NV. Journalist Trade Consultant. Eastern Orthodox; m. Wilham BePtley: U. of MO. B.A.: home, Lutherville. District: 2rid, Pop 597,856; Maj. Cities. Bait=more. Towson; Office, Towson (301;337-7222) Committees: Appropriations. Aides: Adm., Pat Wait: Legis`, Christopher Griffin; Sec., Michael Marr. Press. Pat Wait. Douglas K. Bereuter (R-1-NE) 8th Term 60% 2348 RHOB 202.225.4806 Fax: 202-225-1148 Biography: b. Oct. 6, 1939, York. NE, City Planner. Lutheran; m. Louise Meyer; 2 children: U. of NE. B.A.: Harvard, M.C.P., M.P.A.; Army "63o'65: home, Utica. District: 1st, Pop. 526,297; Maj. City, Lincoln; Off=ces, Lincoln (402/438-1598). Fremont (402/727-0888). Committees: Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs: Foreign Affairs; Select Intelligence. Aides: Adm.. Susan Bison; Legis., Pam Johnson: Sec.. Marcia Smith: Press. Carol Lawrence. BHerbert H. Bateman (R-I-VA) 6th Term 60% 2350 RHOB 202-225-4261 Fax: 202-225-4382 Biography: b. Aug. 7 1928. E,izabelh City, NC. Attorney: m. Laura Yacol~i; 2 ch=ldren; William & Mary. B.A.: Geo'getown U., J.D." Air Force '51-'53: home. Newport News. ' District: 1st. Pop. 562 758' Maj. City Newport News. (703/898-2975). Offices. Newport News'(80-4'1873.1132i, Fredericksburg Committees: Armed Services; Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Aides: Adm.. Daniel Schandling; Legis. Paul Nardo; Sec., Peggy Haar: Press, Daqiel Scandl=ng. ~!Xavier Becerra (D-30-CA) 1st Term 69~ 1710 LHOB 202-225-6235 Fax: 202-225-2202 Biography: b. Jan. 26 1958 Sacramento. CA. Attorney Ca~hol c; m. Caroiina R~es' Stanford U. BA.. J.O.; home. Eagle Rock. District: 30th, Pop. 572,538; Ma~. City. Los Angeles: Office. Los Angeles (2131550-8962). Committees: Education and Labor; Judiciary: Science, Space and Technology. Aides: Adm. Lisa Marq~ez: Leg,s, David Kim; Sec.. Jean Song. Press. K r,sta Alteberry 62 ~. I993 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK Hov~ard L. Berman (D-26-CA) 6th Term 61% 2201 RHOB 202-225-4695 Fax: 202-225-5279 Biography: b. Apr. 15. 1941, Los Angeles, CA, Attorney. Jewish: m. Janis Schwartz; 2 children; U. of CA(L A.). B.A., J.D.: home, Panorama C~ty, District: 26th, Pop. 571,523; Mal. City, Los Angeles; Office, Panorama City (818/891-0543). Committees: Budget; Foreign Affairs; Judiciary; Natural Resources. Aides: Aclm.. Gone Smith: Legis.. Ban Schwartz: Ofc.Mgr., Nancy Milburn: Press. Graham Cannon, Tom Bevill (D-4oAL) 14th Term 70% 2302 RHOB 202-225-4876 Fax: Not public. Biography: b. Mar. 27. 1921. Townley. AL. Attorney, Baptist; m. Lou Belts; 3 children; U. of AL. B.S., LL.B: Army. WWII: home, Jasper. Districl: 4th. Pop. 577.227; Maj. City. Gadsden. Offices. Gadsden (205/546-0201), Jasper (205/221-2310). Committees: Appropriations. Aldes: A~m.. Don Smith; Leg=s.. Claudia Wear: Sec. Geyle Woody Press Ol~wa Barton 1993 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 63 T130763539
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James H. B~bray (D-1.NV) 4th Term 2~IRHOB 202-225-59~5 F=c 202-Z2S-Se~ U., B.A.; Washi~ Coftege, J.D.; home, Las Vegas. District: 1st, Pop. 600,875; Maj. City, l_as Vegas; Offices. Las Vegas (.702/792-2424). Hende~soJ~ (702/565-4788). Committees: Armed Services; Small Business; Select Intelligence. Aides: Adm.. Johrt Fadgan; Legis., Michae[Talisn~; Sac., Nancy Hayslip; Press, Gordon Absher. Michael Bilirakis (R-9.FL) 6th Term 59% 2240RHOB 202-225-5755 Fox: 202-225-4085 Biography: b. Jul. 16, 1930, Tarpon Springs, FL, Attorney, Restaurant Owner, Greek Orthodox; m. Evelyn Miaoulis; 2 chi!~ren; U. of P~tsburgh, B.S.; U. of FL, J,D.; Air Force, '51- 5.5; home, Palm Harbor. District: 9th, Pop. 562E,18; Maj. City, Clearwater; Offices, Clearwater (813/441-3721), Land O' Lakes (813/996-7441), Plant City (813/752-9280). Commltteea: Energy and Commerce; Veterans' Affairs. Aides; Adm., Bob Meyers; Legis., Dennis Umbach; Legis., Pattie DeLoatche; Sec., Ellen Stavros; Press, Steve Cohen. Sanford Bishop (D-2-GA) 1st Term 64% 1632 LHOB 202-225-3631 Fax: 202-225-2203 Biography: b. Feb. 4, 1947, Mobile, AL, Attorney, Baptist; m. divorced; Morehouse Coll., B.A.; Emory U., J.D.; home, Columbus. District: 2nd, Pop. 591,707 Maj. Cities, Columbus, Macon; Off co` A bany (9121439-8067), Committees: Agriculture; Post Office and Civil Service; Veterans' Affairs. Aides: Adm., Sylvia McCoy; Legis., Nadine Chatman. ~ Luclen Blackwell (D-2-PA) 2nd Term 77% 410 CHOB 202-225-4001 Fax: 202-225-7362 Biography: b. Aug. 1, 1931, Philadelphia. PA, Labor Leader; m. Jannie Brooks; 6 children; Army'53-'54; home, Philadelphia. District: 2nd, Pop. 565,650; Maj. City, Philadelphia; Offices, Philadelphia (215/951-5388), Philadelphia (215/232-2770). Commltteee: Budget; Memhant Madne and Fisheries; Public Works and Transportation. Aides: Adm., Corliss Clemonts James; Legis., Johnny Barnes; Sac., Beth Siniawsky; Press, Tommie St.Hill. Thomas J. Bliley (R-7-VA) 7th Term 63% 2241 RHOB 202-225-2815 Fax: 202-225-0011 Biography: b. Jan. 28, 1932, Chesterfield Co, VA, Funeral Director, Catholic; m. Mary Virginia Kelley; 2 children; Georgetown, B.A.; Navy, '52-'55; home, Richmond. District: 7th, Pop. 562,643; Maj. City, Richmond; Offices, Richmond (8041771-2809), Culpeper (800/438-3793). Committees: Energy and Commeme; District Of Columbia~Ranklng, Aides: Adm., Linda Pedigoenhauf; Legis., James Derderian; Sec., Phyllis Troy. 64 @1993 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK Sherwood L. Boehlert (R-23-NY) 6th Term 64% 1127LHOB 202-225.3665 Fax: 202-225-1891 Biography: b. Sop. 28, 1936, Utica NY, Public Relations, Catholic; m. Marianne Willey; 4 children; Utica, B.S.; Army, '56-'58; home, New Hartford. District: 23rd, Pop. 580,337; Maj. City, Utica; Office, Utica (315/793-8146). Committees: Post Office and Civil Service; Public Works and Transportation; Science, Space and Technology. Aides: Adm., Dan Costello; Legis.. Dan Costello; Adm., Margaret Moore. John A, Boehner (R-8-OH) 2nd Term 71% 1020LHOB 202-225-6205 Fax: 202-225-0704 " Biography: b. Nov. 17, 1949, Cincinnati, OH, Rastic/Packaging Sales, Catholic; m. Deborah Gunlack; 2 children; Xavier U., B.S.; home, West Chester. Dlstdcl: 8th, Pop. 570,901; Maj. Cities, Hamilton, Troy; Offices, Hamilton (5131894-6003), Troy (513/339-1524). Committees: Agriculture; Education and Labor; House Administration. Aides: Adm., Barry Jackson; Legis., Barry Jackson; Sac,, Barbara Truster; Press, John Czwartacki. Henry Bonilla (R-23-TX) 1st Term 61% 1529 LHOB 202-225-4511 Fax: 202-225-2237 Biography: b. Jan. 2, 1954, San Antonio, TX, "IV news/ producer, Catholic; m. Deborah Knapp; 2 children; U. of TX, B.A.; home, San Antonio. District: 23rd, Pop. 566,217; Maj. Cities, Leredo, San Antonio; Offices, Laredo (210/726-4682), San Antonio (2101697.9055). Committees: Appropriations. Aldes: Adm., Steve Ruhlen; Legis., Mare Lubin: Sac., Christine Pellerine: Press, Phil Ricks. ~ David E, Bonior (D-10-MI) 9th Term 2207RHOB 202-225-2106 Fax: 202-225.1169 ~ Biography: b. Jun. 6, 1945, Detroit, MI, Probation Officer, Catholic; mo Judy Briggs; 3 children; U. of IA, B,A.; Chapman College, M.A.; Air Force, '68-'72; home, Mt. Clemens. ~ District: 10th, Pop. 580,956; Maj. City, Mt. Clemens; Offices, Mt.Clemens (3131469-3232), Port Huron (313/987-8889). U Committees: Majority Whip; Rules. Aides: Adm., Sarah Dufendach; Legis., Jim Callow; Pars. Sac., Paula Short; Press, Mike Freedman. @1993 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 65 T130763540
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Representatives " ~ Robert A. Borski (D-3-PA) 6th Term 6o~ ~ 2161 RHOB 202-225-B251 Fax: 202-225-4628 ~ "~ Biography: b. Oct. 20, 1948. Philadelphia, PA. ~.~.~. Stockbroker, Cetholic; m. Karen LIoyd: 4 chitdren: U. of ~ Baltimcra, B.A.. home, Philadelphia. ~AI~' District: 3rd. Pop. 565,866; Mat, City. Philadelphia ,m~MII~=.=- Offices. Philo. (2151335-3355). Phila. (2151426-4616). ~i.'~'~ D Committees: Foreign Affairs; Public Works and Transportation; Standards Of Official Conduct. Aides: P, dm. Alan Slomowilz, Leg,s. Mark V~eth; Sac Damelte Patti,'e: Press. K, aren Peck. ~~111 Rick Doucher (D-9-VA) 6th Term 63% ~ 2245 RHOB 202-225-3861 Fax: 202-225-0442 Biography: b. Aug 1, 1946. Abingdon, VA. Attorney. Methodist; Roanoke College. B.A., U of VA, J.O.: home. ~-- Abingdon. District: 9th. Pop. 562.380: Mal. C~ty. Bnstol; Oflices. Abingdon (703/628-1145). B~g Stone Gap ~- (7031523-5450). Pulaski (703/980-4310). Committees: Energy and Commerce; Judiciary; ~. Science, Space and Technology. Aides: Adm., R~dge Schuyler: Leg=s., Merril~ Speigel: Oft Mgr. Knsten Djnne: Press. Elizabeth Ma|heny. ~/~ Representatives Corrine Brown (D-3-FL) 1st Term 60% 1037 LHOB 202-225-0123 Fax: 202-225-2256 B~ogmphy: ~ Nov. 15, 1946, Jacksorr~]te, FL col~ge counselor, Baptist; m. divorced; 1 ch home, Jackson,,~tle. Dlslrtct; 3rd, POD. 562,519: Mai. City. Jacksonwite Office. Jacksonville (9041398-6567) Committees: Government Operations; Pubtic Works and Transportation; Veterans" At fairs. Aides: Adm.. Ronnie S mmons. Leg,s, Adam Ho~lingsworth, Sac.. Carla Smallwood: Press, Thetma Jackson, • George E. Brown (D-42-CA) 15th Term 51% 2300 RHOB 202-225-6161 Fax: 202-225-8671 Biography: b Mar, 6, 1920, Holtville. CA. M~:. Consultant. Method.s:. m. k, la~ta Macias: 4 children: U.ol CA(L.A.), B.A,, Army. '44:46; home, R~verside !. District: 42nO, Pop 571.844; Ma] C=t~es, ,..clio . Riverside: Offices. Colton (714!825-2472). R versicle " (7141686.8863}. Committees'. Agriculture; Science, Space and Technology/Chairman. Aides: Adm., David Contarino; Legis., J.W~lliam Gould; Sac.. Ruth Hog,e: Press. J.Wihiam Gould. Bill Brewster (D-3-OK) 2nd Term 75~ ~=::~: ;:~ ~ Sherrod Brown (D-13-OH) 1st Term 60~, 1407 LHOB 202-225-3401 Fax: Not public. 1727 LHOB 202-225-4565 Fax: 202-225-9029 J ~ BIogFaphy: b. Nov, 9. 1952, Mansfield, OH, Professor. Biography: b. Nov. 8, 1941. Ardmore. OK. Pharmacist. ~-~ :~ OH Secretary of State: m. divorced; 2 children: Yale U.. Rancher, Baptist; m. Suzie Nelson: 1 child; SW OK B.A.; OH State U., M.Ed., M.RA.; home. Chippewa State, B.S.; home. Marietta. ~,;~=o ~ Lake. District: 3rd. Pop, 526,154; Maj, Cities, Ada. Stillwater, ' - District: ~3th. Pop, 570.894: Maj. City, C~eveland; Offices. Ada (405/436-1980). StJllwater (405/743-1400) I= Office, Lora~n (.2161282-5100). Committees: Ways and Means. • Committees: Energy and Commerce; Foreign Affairs; Aides: Adm., Patr'ck Raffaniello; Legis.. Anne Grady; Post Office and Civil Service. Ofc. Mgr.. Cathy Mangino: Press, Jim Pate. ~|~ ~ SteveAtdeS:Fought.Adm" Rhod Shaw, Legis., Rhod Shaw; Sac., Ro'~ Orlando; Press. ~ Jack Brooks (D-9-TX)21st Term ss~'~ ~:~~ ~ Johh Bryant (D.5.TX)6th Term 6P/~ ~'~ 2449RHOB 202-225-6565 Fax: 202-225.1584 205CHOB 202-225-2231 Fax: 202-225-9721 Biography: b. Dec. 18, 1922, Crowley, LA, Attorney, Biography: b Feb. 22, 1947, La,~e Jackson, TX. Methodist; m. Charlotte Collins: 3 children; U. of TX. Attorney, Methodist; m. Janet Watts; 3 chi dren: S.M U B.A., J,D.: Marines '42-'45; home, Beaumont. B.A.. J.O; home. Dallas. District; 9th, Pop. 566.217; Maj. C~t~es, Beaumont. District: 5th, Pop. 566.217: Maj Ci~.y, Dallas (SW). Galveston~ Offices, Beaumont (409/839.2508). Off¢ce` Dallas (2141767-6554) Galveston (409/766-3608}. Committees: Judiciary/Chairman. Committees: Budget; Energy and Commerce; Judiciary. Aides: A~m., Sharon Malts; Leg,s.. Louis Tenny: Ofc. Mgr. Marcy Murphy: Press. Sharon Malts. ~Glen Browder (D-3-AL) 3rd Term 62=/= 1221 LHOB 202-225-3261 Fax: 202-225-9020 Biography: o Jan 15. 1943. Sumter, SC. Professor, Sac. of StatelAL. Methodist: m, Sarah Rebec, ca Moore; 1 child; Presbyterian Coll., B.A.; Emory. M.A.. Ph.D. home, Jacksonvi/ie. District: 3rd, Pop. 577.227: Mal. C~t~es. Ann~ston. Auburn; Offices, Anniston (2051236-5655) Opel~ka (205/745.6222), Tusl<egee (205/727-6490) Committees: Armed Services; Science, Space and Technology. Aides: Adn-. Ray M,nter; Legis.. David Plunkett, Sac.. Oebby McBride. Press, V~ck=e Plunker*. 66 1993 THE U.S. Aides: Adm.. Randy White; Legis.. Barbara Crapa; Sec.. Carol Jordan; P-ass Carlton Carl, ~Jim Dunning (R-4-KY) 4th Term 2437RHOB 202.225-3465 Fax: 202-225-0003 Biography: b. Oct 23, 1931 Campbell CounW. Investment Broker. Pro Baseball, Catholic: m. "Mary Catherine Theis: 9 children: Xawer U., B.S.; home. Southgate. District: 4th. Pop 614.077; Ma]. C~ties. Ft. Wnght, Ashland; Off=cos, Ft.Wnght (606/341-2602). Ashland (6061325.9898~ LaGrange {502!222-2188). Committees: Budget; Ways and Means; Standards O! Official Conduct. Aides: Adm.. Dav=d "d3rk; Loges.. Mary Ann Gee: Otc. Mg: Joan Manning: P'ess. R,ck Rob=nson. CONG~ "~1993 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK TI30763541
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Representatives Representatives ~Dan Burton (R-6-1N) 6th Term 73~ 2411 RHOB 202-225-2276 Fax: 202-225.0016 Biography; b. Jun 21. 1938, Ind~anapohs. IN. lnsurance~Real Estate: m. Barbara Logan, 3 children: Army. "56-'57: home. Indianapolis. District: 6th. Pop. 554.416: Ma]. City. lndianpolis: Offices. indianapolis (3t71846-0201). Greenwood (3171882-3640). Committees: Foreign Affairs; Post Office and Civil Service; Veterans' Affairs. Aides: Adm. Kewn B nger Legis. Kewn Binger: See.. Leah Tolson: Press. Scan Moran. Dave Camp (R-4-Mi) 2nd Term 64% 137CHOB 202-225-3561 Fax: 202-225-9679 Biography: b. JuL 9. 1953, Midland. MI. Attorney. Congressional Aide. Catholic; Albion College. B A: U of CA-San Diego, J.D.; home. Midland. District: 4th. Pop. 580~956; Maj. City, ,,Mtidland; Offices. Midland (5171631o2552), Houghton Lake (517/366-4922). Committees'. Ways and Means. Aides: Adm.. John Guzik: Legis.. E!lzaboth Harkms; Sec.. Glona Ke!ter; ~_. - ~ Fres& Bob Schelhas. ~Steve Buyer (R-5-1N) 1st Term 5t% 1419 LHOB 202-225-5037 Fax: Not public. Biography: b. Nov. 26. 1958, Rensselaer, IN, Attorney. Dpty. Attorney Gem, Methodist; m. Joni Geyer: 2 children; The CttadeL B.S.: Valparaiso U., JE).: Army Rsv.'80-present; home, Monticello. District: 5th. Pop. 554,415; Maj. City, Kokomo: Off~ce, Kokomo (317/454-755"). Committees= Armed Services; Veterans' Affairs. Aides: Staff Oir.. Ke~ty Craven: Legis.. Myrna Ougan; Sec., Eveiyn Green: P'ess. Pal Hinton Leslie L. Byrne (D-11-VA) 1st Term 52% 1609LHOB 202-225-1492 Fax: 202-225.2274 Biography: b. Oct. 27, 1946, Salt Lake C~ty, UT. Ht.man resources consult., Catho,ic~ m. Larry Byrne; 2 children; home, Falls Church. District: 11th. Pop 562,497; Maj. City. Annandale: Office. Annandale (703/750-1992). Committees: Post Office and Civil Service; Public Works and Transportation. Aides: Adm. Maggi Luca: Legis., Bill O'Neil; Sec.. Diedre McMorris; Press. Julia Lyman Charles T. Canady (R-12-FL) 1st Term 52% 1107LHOB 202-225-1252 Fax: 202-225-2279 Biography: b. Jun. 22. 1954. Lakeland. FL. Attorney. ." Presbytenan; m. s~ng~e; Havedord Co (ego. B.A.; Yale U. J.D.; home. Lakeland. District: 12th, Pop. 562,519; Maj. C~ty, La~eland; Office, Lakeland (813i688-2651). Committees: Agriculture; Judiciary. Aides: Adm.. C~ark Reid: Legis., Andy LaVigne: Sec., Gay Johnson: Press, Keith Rupp. Maria Cantwell (D-I-WA) 1st Term 57% 1520 LHOB 202-225.6311 Fax: 202.225-2286 Biography: b, Oct. 13, 1958. Indianapolis, IN. Public relations consult,, Catholic: m single; Miami U.(OH), B.A.; home. Mount Lake Terr. District: 1st, Pop. 540.745: Mai City. No. Seattle; Office, Mountlake Terr (206/640-0233). Committees: Foreign Affairs; Merchant Marine and Fisheries; Public Works and Transportation. Aides; Adm., Lisa Piccione Legis., Mike Deller, Sec., Annette Booth. Sonny Callahan (R-1-AL) 5th Term 62% 2418 RHOB 202-225-4931 Fax: 202-225-0562 Biography: b Sep. 11, 1932, Mobile, AL. Storage Co. executive, Catholic; m. Karen Reed; 6 children; Navy. '52-'54; home. Mobile District: 1st, Pop. 577,226; Maj. City, Mobile; Office, Mobile (205/690-2811). Committees: Appropriations, Aides: Chief of Staff. Jo Bonner; Legis.. Nancy Tippins: Sec, B=lhe LaBarbera; Press, Jo Bonnet, and Technology. Kenneth S. Calvert (R-43-CA) 1st Term 51% 1523 LHOB 202-225-1986 Fax: Not public Biography: b. Jun. 8, 1953. Corona. CA. Real estale co, president: m. Robin Moore: San D~ego St U. B A.. home. Corona. District: 43rd, Pop. 571,231: Mal. City, R~vers~de. Office, Rivers=de (9091784-4300) Committees: Natural Resources; Science, Space Aides: Aclm. Ed Slewn; Leg,s OaveRame3r; Sec, Linda Ulrich: Pros& Lee I~auOoms 68 1993 THE LI.~ CONGRESS HANDBOOK ~_~ ~ Be~amin L. Cardin (D.3-MD) 4th Term 74O/o 227 CHOB 202-225-4016 Fax: 202-225-9219 Biography: b. Oct. 5. 1943, Baltimore. MD, Attorney. Jewish: m. Myrna Edelman; 2 children; U. of Pittsburgh, B.A.: U. of MD, LL.B.; home, Baltimore. District: 3rd, Pop. 597,461; Maj. City, Baltimore; Offices, Baltimore (301/433-8886), E. Baltimore (301/563-9177), Catonsvi~le (301/788-2041). Committees: House Administration; Ways and Means: Standards Of Olficial Conduct. Aides: Adm.. David Koshgarian: Legis., Christopher Lynch: Sec., Amy Daiger: Press, Susan Sullum. Bob Carr (D.8-MI) 6th Term 2347 RHOB 202-225-4872 Fax: 202-225-1260 Biography: b. Mar. 27. 1943. Janesv~lle, WI, Attorney. Baptist: m Kate Smith; 2 children: U. of Wl, B.S.. J.D : home, E. Lanstng District: 8th, Pop, 580.956: Ma~ City, Lansing: Offices. Flint (3131230-0873). East Lansing (5171351.7203). Committees: Appropriations. Aides: Adm.. Howard Edelson: Legis Diane Blagrnan. Sec. Beverly Swain Press. Mark Folse @1993 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 69 T!30763542
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Representatives ~Michael N. Castle (R.AL-DE) 1st Term sTo/= 1205 LHOB 202-225-4165 Fax: 202-225-2291 Biography: b. Jul. 2. 1939. Wilmington. DE. Attorney. Gov-DE. Catholk;; m. Jane; Hamilton College. B.S.; Georgetown U., J.D.; home, Dover. District: AL, Pop. 666,168; Maj. Cit~e-s, Wilmington. Dover; Offices, Wilmington (302i573-6181), Dover (302/736-1666). Committees: Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs; Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Aides: Adm, Mike Ratchford. Legis.. Paul Leonard: Sec. He~eq Prince P-ess. Claire DeMatte~s. Representatives William F. Clinger (R-5-PA) 8th Term unc. 2160 RHOB 202-225-5121 Fax: 202-225-4681 Biography: b. Apr~ 4. 1929. Warren. PA. Attorney. Pres- bytertan: m. Julia Whitla: 4 children; Johns Hopkins. B.A : U. of VA. LL.B: Navy. '51-'55: home. Warren. District: 5th. Pop, 565,813; Maj. Cities. Warren. State College: Offices. State College (814/238-1776) Warren (814i726-3910) Committees: Government Operations/Ranking; Public Works and Transporlation. Aides: Adm.. James L. Clarke: Leg=s. Tammy Lmc~enberg: Sec Nancy Scott: Press. Dawd A, Fuscus. Jim Chapman (D-1-TX) 5th Term unc. ~;~ ~-~ 2417RHOB 202-225-3035 Fax: 202-225-7265 Biography: b. Mar. 8, 1945. Washington, DC, District Attorney, Methodist: m. Betty Bnce; 2 children: U. of TX, ~/~ ~ ;~ B.A.; SM.U., J.D.; home, Sulphur Springs. District: 1st, Pop. 566.217; Maj. C~ties, Marshall. Texarkana; Offices, Sulphur Springs (903/885-8682), ~;; - ;~ Marshall (903/938-8386), New Boston (903/628-5594) Committees: Appropriations. Aides: Adm.. Bi.ly Moore; Leg,s., Karen Greenwood; Sec., Leslie Schindel: Press. Bill Mashek. James E, Clyburn (D-6-SC) 1st Term 65~ 319 CHOB 202-225-3315 Fax: 202-225-2302 Biography: b. Jul 21. 1940. Sumter, SC, Public official. Teacher, African Meth. Ep~sc.: m. Emily England: 3 children; SC State U.. B A.: home. Columbia. District: 6th. Pop 581.119: Maj. Cities. Columbia, Charleston: Offices, Columoia (8031799-1100). Florence ~William L. Clay (D.1-MO) 13th Term 68% 2306 RHOB 202-225-2406 Fax: 202-225-1725 Biography; b. Apr. 30. 1931, St. Louis, MO, Real Estate/Insurance, Catholic: m. Carol Johnson; 3 children: St. Louis, B.S.: home, St. Louis. District: 1st, Pop. 568,285; Maj. City, St. Louis; Offices, St. Louis (3141725-5770). St. Louis (314/388-0321). Committees: Education and Labor; House Admin- istration; Post Office and Civil Service~Chairman. Aides: Adm., Harriet Pntchett; Legis., Michelle Bogdanovich: Sec., Eunice McCall: Press, Betty Lee. ~Eva Clayton (D-1-NC) 2nd Term 68% 222 CHOB 202-225-3101 Fax: 202-225-3354 Biography: b. Sep. 16, 1934. Savannah, GA, Mgmt. consultant firm, Presbyterian; m. Theaoseus Clayton: 4 children: J.C. Smith U., B.S.; NC Central U., MS.: home. Littleton. District: 1st, Pop. 552,394: Maj. C=ties. Fayetteville, Rocky Mount; Office, Warrenton (919/257-4800). Committees: Agriculture; Small Business. ~.803/662-1212). W, Charlston (803/554-5700). Committees: Public Works and Transportation; Veterans' Affairs. Aides: Adm., Bill DeLoach; Legis.. Margaret McHenry: Sec, L}sa TolDorek; Press, Debra Deft. Aides: Adm., V. Linwood Long; Legis., Mtchelle Stint; Sec. Jean Chippel; P-ess. Janice Crump. Bob Clement (D-5-TN) 4th Term 72% 1230 LHOB 202-225-4311 Fax: 202.225-1035 Biography: b. Sep. 23. 1943, Nashville, TN, Unlvers=ty Pres~, Real Estate: m. Mary Carson; 4 ch Idren U of TN B.A; Memph=s State. M.B.A: Army "69-'71; home. Nashville. District: 5:h. Pop. 514~910: Maj. C~/. Nashville: Offices. Nashville (615/736-5295). Springfield (615/320-1363)~ Springfield (.615/384-6600) Committees: Public Works and Transportation; Veterans' Affairs. Aides: Adm. David Ftanders: Legis. Ja'] Hansen: Exec Asst Carolyn Waugh P~ess. Bart Herb~son 70 ~ 1993 THE U.& CONGRESS HANDBOOK Howard Coble (R-6-NC) 5th Term 71o/0 403 CHOB 202-225-3065 Fax: 202-225-8611 Biography: b. Mar. 18. 1931, Greensboro. NC. Attorney, Presbyterian; Guilford, A.B.: U. of NC, J.D.; Coast Guard, "52-'56; home, Greensboro. District: 6th, Pop. 552.385; Maj. City, Greensboro; Offices, G-eensboro (919/333-5005), Lexington (704/246-8230). High Point (919/886-5106). Committees: Judiciary; Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Aides: Adm., Ed McDonald, Legis.. Blaine MerritL Sec., Kimberly Cullen; Legis.. Ed McDo~qald. I Ronald D. Coleman (D-16-TX) 6th Term 520/~ 440 CHOB 202-225-4831 Fax: Not public. Biography: b. Nov. 29. 1941, El Paso. TX, Attorney. Presbyterian: m. Amy Crandus; 3 children; U. of TX, B.A., J.D.; Army. '67-'69; home. El Paso. District: 16th, Pop. 566,217: Maj. Cities, El Paso, Pecos; Offices. El Paso (9151534-6200). Pecos (915/445-6218). Committees: Appropriations; Select Intelligence. Aides: Adm., Paul Rogers: Legis, Jose Luis Sanchez: Sec.. Karen Brooke: Press. Scott Sutherland. Barbara-Rose Collins (D-15-MI) 2nd Term 82% 1108 LHOB 202-225-2261 Fax: 202-225-6645 Biography: b. Apr. 13. 1939. Detroit, MI, City Council. Pan-Aft=can Christ.; 2 ch=ldren; home, Detroit. District: 15th. Pop. 580.956; Maj. City. Detroit; Office. Detroit (3131567-2233). Committees: Government Operations; Post Office and Civil Service; Public Works and Transportation. Aides: Adrn. Me~ed~t~ ~; Leg=s.. M~ard Culpeper; Sec. ~ Flem~g. 1993 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 71 TI30763543
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Representatives BL~-,~ Representatives f Cardiss Collins (D-7-1L) 11th Term s3% ~" ,~ N Jim Cooper (D-4-TN) 6th Term 66% 2.308RHOB 202-225-5006 Fax: 202-225-8396 ! /:.~ 125CHOB 202-225-6831 Fax: 202-225-4520 Biography: b Sep 24. 1931, St. Louis. Me. Auditor. ~" Biography: b. Jun. 19, 1954, Shetbyv~tle, TN. Attorney. BaptLst; I ch=td; Northwestern, B.A. home. Chicago. Episcopal:, m. Martha Hayes: 2 children; U. of NC. B.A.: District: 7th. Po~. 571,530. Maj. City.~C~h~cago; Offices. U.of Oxford. M.A.; Harvard, J.D.; home. Shelbyville. Chicago (312/353-5754). Oak Park (~12/383.1400). ~" District: 4th. Pop. 541,868; Maj. Cities. Shelbyville. Committees: Energy and Commerce; Government | Morristown; Olfices. Shelbyville (615/684-1114). ~ ," Operations. =..,~ Winchester (615/967-4t50), Morr~stowrt. (615/587-9000). " Aides: Adm., Bud Meyers: Legis. John Gray: See.. ~ ~]~ Committees: Budget; Energy and Commerce, G~.r- Houston. Press John Gray. / Press, David Withrow: Leg,s. Tom F~elds; ~ Michael (Mac) Collins (R-3-GA) ~._ (D-1-AZ) f --'~=~. 1st Term 550,~ ~ |~ 54% "~.~¢~Lii~ 1118LHOB 202-225-5901 Fax: 202-225-2515 ~ Fax: 202-225-2607 "~,~-~ Co. owner. Me:hodist: m Julie; 4 ch=ldren; hom~ ~t~-" "--:~'~ Jackson. ~l'~l=lill'~~ ~ District: 3rd, Pop 591,328; Maj. Cities. Columbus, ~ ~ Griffin; Off~ce, Jonesboro (404/603-3395). Business. Committees: Public Works and Transportation; Small ~1~ ;~ Sc,ence Space an~°Temcn~intot~o~ Public Works and Transportation, Aides: Adm., Jay Morgan: Legis. Betty Monte; See., Sara Heard. Press. Aides: Adm.. Andrew Gordon; Ofc, Mgr.. Judy Wolford: Sec., Susan Br,an Rell Larry Combest (R-19-TX) 5th Term 77% ~ 1511 LHOB 202-225-4005 Fax: 202-225-9615 13iography: b. Mar. 20 1945. Memphis, TX. ~1~ Congressional Aide, Farmer, Methodist; m. Sharon Lubbock.MCCurry: 2 childrer: W. Texas State, B.A.: home, ~ glstrict: 19th, Pop. 566,217; Maj. City, Lubboc,£ Offices,(806/353.3945).Lubbock (806/763-1611), Amarillo ~1~ Committees: Agriculture; Small Business; Select Intelligence/Ranking. Aides: Adm.. Rob Lehman: Legis. Rob Lehman; See., Lynn Cowart; Press, Ke th W~li~ams. ~ Gary A. Condit (D-18-CA) 3rd Term 84% 1123 LHOB 202-225.6131 Fax: 202-225-0819 Biography: b. Apr. 21, 1948, Saline, OK Business. Baptist; m. Carolyn Berry. 2 children: CA State. B.A • home, Ceres. ' ' District: 18th. Pop. 571,393 Mai. C les, Merced, Modesto; Off ces, Merced (2091383.4455), Modesto (209/527.1914). Committees: Agriculture; Government Operations. Aides: Ch=ef of Staff. Michael Lynch, Leg,s., Robert Grunlher; See.. Mike Dayton Press. Wenoy Kandarian. Aides: Aclm Jehn German. Leg,s. John German, Sec. D,anne McNa~r Press Sos Weaner John Conyers (D-14-MI) 15th Term 2426RHOB 202-225-5126 Fax: 202.225.0072 Biography: b. May. 16. 1929. Oetro=t, MI Attorney. Sept=st: m, Men ca Esters; 1 child; Wayne State. B.A.. LL.S; Army. Korea: home, Detroit District: 14th Pop. 580956; Maj. Cdies. Detroit. H ghland Off=ce, Delro~t (~13/961-5670) Committees: Government Operations/Chairman; ~-~.~ Judiciary; Small Business. 72 : 1993 THE U.& CONGRESS HANDBOOK Sherry; Press, Gordon Helm. B,~Jerry R Costello (D-12-1L) 4th Term 71% 119 CHOS 202-225-5661 Fax: 202-225-0285 Biography: b. $ep. 25, 1949, East St. Louis. IL. Law Enforcement; m. Georgia Cockrum; 3 children: Maryville College, B.A.; home, Belleville. District: 12th, Pop. 571,530; Maj City, St. Lou=s; Offices, Granite City (618/451-7065), Belleviile (6181233-5026). Committees: Budget; Public Works and Trans- portation. Aides; Adm,, Brian Lott; Leg,s.. Brian LO~t; See., Cindy O'Flaherty; Press, Brian Loll. Chr, istopher Cox (R-47-CA) 3rd Term 84~'~ 206 CHOB 202-225-5611 Fax: 202-225-9177 Biegraphy; b. Oct, 16, 1952, St Paul, MN. Attorney. White House Counsel, Catholic; m. Rebecca; U. of So.CA, B.A.; Harvard, M.B,A., J.D.; home, Newport Beach. District: 47th, Pop. 571,518; Maj. Cities, Newport Beach, Costa Mesa: Office, Newport Beach (714/756-2244). Committees: Budget; Government Operations. Aides: Adm., Jan Fuiiwara: Legis, Doug Riggs: Sec., Susi Kulda: Press, Peter Slen. William J. Coyne (D-14-PA) 5th Term 73% 2455 RHOB 202-225-2301 Fax: 202-225-1844 Biography: b. Aug. 24. 1936, P=ttsburgh. PA. Accountant, Cathol=c; Robert Morris Coll., B.S,: Army '55-'57, home, Pittsburgh. District: 7th. Pop 565.735; Maj. City. Pittsburgh Office, Pittsburgh (412/644-2870). Committees: Budget; Ways and Means. Aldes: Adm.. Coleman Conroy; Leg,s.. Coleman Cooroy; Sec. El~sa Ho~,.~e: Press. Larry Campbell. 1993 THE U.~ CONGRESS HANDBOOK 73 Ti30763544
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Representatives ~~Bud Cramer (D-5-AL) 2nd Term 54 1318LHOB 202-225.4801 Fax: 202-225-4392 Bl'ogmphy.- b A~,g. 22. I947. Hunts~~e. AL Attorney. Methodist: 1 ~ild: U. ~ AL B.A,. J.D.; hom~ Hun~lt~ D~strict: 5~h. Pop. 577.227: Maj. C~ty, Hun~vi~ie. Off~ces. Huntsville (205t551-0190). Decatur (20~355-9400), Muscle Shoals (205G81-3450). Committees: Public Works and Transportation; Science, Space and Technology; Select intelligence. Aides: Aom. M~ke ~cock. ~g=s.. M~ke ~c~k: See.. Ellen Ale~nder: P'ess. Cind~ Davis ~Philip M. Crane (R-8-1L) 13th Term 5ao~ 233 CHOB 202-225.3711 Fax: 202-225-7830 Biography: b. Nov. 3. 1930 Chicago, IL, Eoucator; m Arlene Johnson; 8 children: Hillsdale College B.A IN U., M.A.. PhD,; Army. '54-'56; home, Mr. Prospec0.. District: 8th, Pop. 571.530; Maj. C~ty. Northwest Cook i Cry; Offices. Arlington Hgts. (3121394-0790), Lake V,lla (7081256.9000), Committees: Ways and Means; Joint Taxation. Aides: Adm., Robert L. Coleman; Leg=s., Kirt Johnso'~: Pers. Asst., Kathy Bel ; Press, Robert Foster. Representatives George (Buddy) Darden (D-7-GA) 5th Term 2303 RHOB 202-225-2931 Fax: Not Biography: b. Nov. 22. 1943. Hancock Count'. GA, Attorney. Methodist: m Lillian Budd. 2 children; U. of GA. A_B.. J.D.; home, Marietta. District: 7th, Pop. 588071; Maj Cities, Marietta. Rome; Offices. Madetla (404/422-4480), Rome [404/291-7777). LaGrange (.706/882-4578). Committees: Appropriations: Standards Of Official Conduct. Aides: Adm.. Bob Gaylor; Legis.. Catherine Eatcnck; Sec, Kelley Mar~n: Press, Jennifer Johnsoq Michael D. Crape (R-2olD) 1st Term Biography: b. May. 20, 1951, Idaho Falls, ID, Attorney Mormon; m. Susan Diane; 5 children; Brigham Young U.. B.A.; Harvard, J.O.; home, Idaho Fa'ls, District: 2nd, Pop. 554,416; Maj Cites Boise. Pocatello: Offices. Be se (2081334-1953), Twin Falls (208/734.72"9). Committees: Energy and Commerce, Press,Aides:susanAdm"Hawkes.J°hn Hoehne; Legis.. Jane Wittmeyer: Sec.. Dorothy Beget: Randy (Duke) Cunningham (R-51-CA) ~2nd Term 56% 117 CHOB 202-225-5452 Fax: 202-225-2558 Biography: b. Dec. 6. 1941. Los Angeles, CA. Compuler exec.. Baptist; m. Nancy, Jones; 3 children. U. of MO. B.A., MA.: National U., M.B.A. Navy '67-'87 home, Chu a Vsta. Districl: 5161, Pop. 572,982; Mai. City, San D~ego. Office. San Diego (619/287-8851). CommltteeS:and Fisheries. Armed Services; Education and Labor; Merchant Marine Aides: Adm.. Frank Collins: Legis.. L~ndsay Lloyd: Exe~ Asst.. Dawn Igler: Press, Frank Purcell. ~E. (Kika) de la Garza (D-15-TX) 14th Term 60% 1401 LHOB 202-225-2531 Fax: 202.225-2534 Biography: b Sop. 22. 1927. Mercedes. TX.Attorney, Catholic; m. Lucille Alamia: 3 children, St Mary's U.. LLB; Navy'45-'46;Army'50-'52; nome, Mission. District: 15th, Pop. 566.217; Mal. Cities, McAIlen, A[ice; Offices, McAllen (512/682-5545). A!ice (5121664-2215). Committees: Agriculture/Chairman. Aides: Adm, Bernice McGuire; Legis., Anton Pap=ch; Appt.Sec., R~ka Spang'er; Press, Bernice McGuire. Nathan Deal (D-9-GA) 1st Term 59%~ 1406 LHOB 202-225.5211 Fax: 202-225-8272 Biography: b. Aug. 25, 1942. Slatesbero, GA, Attorney. Juvenile Ct. Judge, ~aptist; m. Sandra Dunagan; 4 children; Mercer U., B.A., J.(3.; Army '66-'68; home, Gainesville. District: 9th, Pop. 586.222; Mai. Cities, Dalton, Gainesville; Offices, Dalton (706/226.5320), Gainesville (404/535-2592). '~ Committees: Natural Resources; Publio Works and Transportation; Science, Space and Technology, • I Aides: Adm., Andy Maddo×; Leg,s., Dave Cook; Sec. Susan Bowers; Press. Jack=e Sasby. ~ .,,,.. Peter A. DeFazio (D-4-OR) 4th Term 72o/~ ~,~~i~ 1233 LHOB 202-225-6416 Fax: 202-225-0694 Biography: b. May. 27, 1947, Needham, MA, County Commissioner, Catholic; m Myrnie Daut; Tufts, B.A.; U. of OR. M.S.; Air Force'67-'71; home, Springfield District: 4th, Pop. 568.465; Maj. City. Eugene; Offices, Eugene (503/465-6732), Coos Bay (503/269.2609). Committees: Natural Resources; Public Works and Transportation. Aides: Adm., Penny Dodge; Leg,s.. Jeff Slier: Exec. Asst., John Av=na; Press, Ann Lateen. ,..= ' = , Patricia Danner (D-6-MO) lstTerm as% "~1[~ ~ 1217 LHOB 202-225-7041 Fax: 202-225-8221 "'~ "~ Biography: b Jan, 13, 1934. Louisville. KY. State ~ '~.t~ Senator. Catho~c: m. Mark Meyer; 4 children; N.E. MO =~ ~. State U, B.A.: home Smithville. ~..~ ~. - D strict: 6th. POD 5~,131; Maj. C=bes. ~nsas C~, St ~.~ ~-~8) " Business. CommiHees: Public Wor~ and Tr~sp~tion; Small Aides: ~m. ~s Gray: L~s. Patr~k Mclnern~. ~. Su~n A'br~DPL Press. Laurie ~fran 74 ~ 1993 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK Rosa DeLauro (D-3-CT) 2nd Term 66~4~ 327 CHOB 202-225-3661 Fax: 202-225-4890 Biography: b. Mar. 2, 1943, New Haven, CT. Congressional Aide. Catholic: m. Stanley Greenberg: 3 children; Marymount College, B.A.; Columbia. M.A.: home. New Haven. District: 3rd. Pop. 547.765; Maj. Cit/es, New Haven. Harnden: Office. New Haven (203/262-3718). Committees: Appropriations. Aides: Adm. Paul Fr=~k: Leg,s., Rick Frost; Pers. Asst., Nancy Mulry: P~ess Mauree.~ Dr~scoll. 1993 THE U.S. CONGRESS HANDBOOK 75 TI30763545
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