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  • Collection: Dole Archives, Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics

This press release was issued in advance of voting on the Freedom of Information Bill, scheduled for June 20, 1966. It explains the bipartisan support the legislation has and rumors that President Lyndon Johnson might veto it.

This press release is a statement Congressman Bob Dole made in support of the freedom of information legislation he introduced on Wednesday, January 19th.

Correspondence between Congressman Bob Dole and Paul Conrad, a representative of the National Newspaper Association. Conrad writes on behalf of the organization, which represents nearly 7,000 publishers and editors in all 50 states, to thank Dole…

Correspondence between Stanley H. Stauffer and Congressman Bob Dole. Stauffer writes as the General Manager of the Topeka Capital-Journal, in Topeka, Kansas, to express support for the freedom of information legislation.

Letter from Congressman Bob Dole explaining the differences between his bill and others and enclosing other material, including a January 5, 1966, memo by J. Phillip Carlson compairing S. 1160 with H.R. 5012 and companion bills.

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…

September 1965 memoradum from Congresswoman Florence P. Dwyer on freedom of information. The memo was written by Minority Counsel, J. Philip Carlson.

Correspondence between John H. Colburn and Congressmen John E. Moss and Bob Dole about S. 1160 and Dole's bill, H.R. 12160. Colburn is writing as Chairman of the Federal Laws Committee of the American Newspapers Publishers Association and Editor and…

Correspondence between Congressman Donald Rumsfeld and Bob Dole regarding a letter Dole received from a Kansas publisher about a Rumsfeld speech.

Draft with edits of Congressman Bob Dole's statement introducing legislation to establish a federal public records law. Original text was written by J. Philip Carlson, who Minority Counsel for the House Committee on Government Operations from…
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