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  • Collection: West Virginia and Regional History Center, West Virginia University Libraries

In a Dear Colleague letter, Representative Arch A. Moore (R-WV) provided a brief summary of the Immigration bill reported out by the House Committee on the Judiciary on August 3, 1965. He wrote that H.R. 2580 was completely rewritten by the…

House Committee on the Judiciary staff informed Representative Arch A. Moore (R-WV) that Representative William M. McCulloch (R-OH) requested a memo outlining the House position on Senate amendments to H.R. 2580 for use in speaking to Senator Everett…

The American Committee on Immigration Policies pamphlet warned against repeal of the national origins quota, supported restriction and regulation of immigration to the United States, and urged constituents to contact their senators and…

The Republican Congressional Committee Newsletter dated August 30, 1965, featured a political cartoon and article describing Republican criticism of Great Society spending plans and President Lyndon Johnson's "lack of candor" about the military…

A Republican Congressional Committee Newsletter article applauded the passage of the Freedom of Information bill.

In a column in the Republican Congressional Committee Newsletter, Congressman Donald Rumsfeld (R-IL) wrote that the freedom of information bill was one of the most "critical" issues considered by Congress in 20 years.

In this statement, Representative Harley O. Staggers presents H.R. 13228 and explains that it improves automobile safety standards with an emphasis on tire manufacturers.

Representative Harley O. Staggers delivered this speech to the Rules Committee in support of H.R. 13228, the National Traffic and Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1966.

This memorandum to Representative Harley O. Staggers details a meeting with Department of Commerce officials and how they prefered the title established in H.R. 13228 to the title in S. 3005.

In this letter to Representative Harley O. Staggers, Senator Warren G. Magnuson explains why the Senate chose to separate the Tire Bill and Traffic Safety Bill and urges the House to adopt these as separate pieces of legislation.
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