Correspondence Between John H. Colburn and Congressman Bob Dole

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Correspondence between John H. Colburn and Congressman Bob Dole about the differing House and Senate versions of freedom of information bills. Colburn, Chairman of the Federal Laws Committee of the American Newspapers Publishers Association and Editor and Publisher of The Wichita Eagle and The Wichita Beacon, asks Dole if he could get behind the Senate bill. Dole replies that the main reason for introducing similar legislation in the House is to overcome perceived opposition of the Johnson Administration.

Citation

Colburn, John H. "Correspondence Between John H. Colburn and Congressman Bob Dole." Robert J. Dole House of Representatives Papers, Box 189, Folder 1, Robert J. Dole Archive and Special Collections, University of Kansas. Accessed 12 December 2017. http://acsc.lib.udel.edu/items/show/374.

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Title

Correspondence Between John H. Colburn and Congressman Bob Dole

Subject

Freedom of information--Law and legislation.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations. Foreign Operations and Government Information Subcommittee.
United States. Congress--Constituent communication

Description

Correspondence between John H. Colburn and Congressman Bob Dole about the differing House and Senate versions of freedom of information bills. Colburn, Chairman of the Federal Laws Committee of the American Newspapers Publishers Association and Editor and Publisher of The Wichita Eagle and The Wichita Beacon, asks Dole if he could get behind the Senate bill. Dole replies that the main reason for introducing similar legislation in the House is to overcome perceived opposition of the Johnson Administration.

Creator

Colburn, John H.
Dole, Robert J., 1923-

Source

Robert J. Dole House of Representatives Papers, Box 189, Folder 1, Robert J. Dole Archive and Special Collections, University of Kansas

Publisher

Association of Centers for the Study of Congress

Date

1966-01

Contributor

Dole Archives, Dole Institute of Politics

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application/pdf

Language

English

Type

Document

Identifier

diop_0032