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A Guide to the Connie Mack III Political Papers

Finding aid created by Matt Kruse

University of Florida Smathers Libraries - Special and Area Studies Collections

May 2017



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Mack, Connie, 1940-
Title: Connie Mack III Political Papers
Dates: 1888-2009
Bulk dates: 1983-2000
Abstract: Records from the political career of Connie Mack III, a Florida Republican politician who served three terms in the U.S. House (1983-1988) and two terms in the U.S. Senate (1989-2001) before retiring in 2000. The collection also contains material concerning Mack's post-Senate activities and family history. Among the many record types, the collection contains correspondence, memoranda, legislative staff files, press releases, speeches, articles, schedules and calendars, trip files, campaign materials, photographs, memorabilia, and audiovisual materials. Major topics include Cancer research and early detection, health care, Everglades restoration, financial modernization, modification of the tax code, public housing reform, Major League Baseball (MLB) expansions to Florida, foreign affairs, immigration, and the Elian Gonzalez controversy.
Extent: 406.8 Linear feet. 411 Boxes and 2 oversized items.
Identification: MSS 0330
Language(s): English
Access: Researchers should consult with Special Collections staff before using the collection because there are access restrictions. See the Access note for more information.
Location: IMPORTANT: Please note that this collection is housed in the Auxiliary Library Facility off campus and will require advance notice for timely retrieval. Please contact the Special and Area Studies Collections department prior to your visit.
Online ContentItems from this collection have been digitized and are available online in the UF Digital Collections. For more information please see the note below.

Biographical/Historical Note

Cornelius McGillicuddy III, popularly known as Connie Mack, was a Republican politician who served three terms in the U.S. House (1983-1988) and two terms in the U.S. Senate (1989-2001) before announcing his retirement in 2000.

Connie Mack was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on October 29, 1940. He came from a long line of American politicians on his mother's side including his grandfather Morris Sheppard (U.S. Senator and Representative from Texas), step-grandfather Tom Connally (U.S. Senator from Texas), and great-grandfather John Levi Sheppard (U.S. Representative from Texas). His paternal grandfather was Connie Mack (1862-1956), former owner and manager of baseball's Philadelphia Athletics and member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Connie Mack graduated from the University of Florida in 1966 with a degree in Marketing from the School of Business. While attending the university, he was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. Following his graduation, he served as a community banker and President of the Florida National Bank of Lee County. He married Priscilla Hobbs in 1960 and together they raised two children, Debra Lynn Mack and Connie Mack IV. Connie Mack IV was later elected to the Florida State Legislature (2000-2005) and served as a Representative in the U.S. House (2005-2013).

Mack made his first run for public office in 1982 when he won the seat of the newly created 13th District (centered around Fort Myers). He would go on to win two more terms in 1984 and 1986. Connie Mack ran for Democratic Senator Lawton Chiles' seat in 1988. In a close election, Connie Mack narrowly defeated Democratic Congressman Buddy Mackay. In 1994, he defeated Democratic candidate Hugh Rodham (brother of Hillary Clinton) to become the first Republican Senator in Florida history to be elected to a second term. Declining to run for a third term, he announced his retirement in 2000. In 2005, he was appointed by President George W. Bush to chair the President's Advisory Panel for Federal Tax Reform.

Throughout his service in both the House and Senate, Connie Mack supported the passage of legislation related to health care, financial modernization, modification of the tax code, and public housing reform. A cancer survivor, Senator Mack was a strong advocate for cancer research, early detection, and treatment. He co-founded the Senate Cancer Coalition, served as vice-chairman of the national American Cancer Society Foundation receiving the American Cancer Society's Courage Award (1992) and the National Coalition for Cancer Research's Lifetime Achievement Award (1999). He served as chairman of the Joint Economic Committee and the Senate Republican Conference. Mack also worked to reduce government debt, co-authoring the Gramm-Rudman deficit reduction law and was instrumental in the passage of the Everglades Restoration Act.


Scope and Content

The records of the Connie Mack III Papers date from 1888 to 2009 and are largely confined to Mack's career in the U.S. House (1983-1988) and Senate (1989-2001). The collection also contains material concerning Mack's post-Senate activities and family history. Among the many record types, the collection contains correspondence, memoranda, legislative staff files, press releases, speeches, articles, schedules and calendars, trip files, campaign materials, photographs, memorabilia, and audiovisual materials. Major topics include Cancer research and early detection, health care, Everglades restoration, financial modernization, modification of the tax code, public housing reform, Major League Baseball (MLB) expansions to Florida, foreign affairs, immigration, and the Elian Gonzalez controversy.

Series 1: "Legislative files, 1982-2000" contains staff working files, project files, subject files, committee files, floor statements, legislative activity reports, record vote analysis reports, and VIP correspondence with Congressional colleagues and government officials, including the President of the United States. The series contains very few files from Mack's time in the House, primarily documenting his service in the Senate. Of special interest are the staff working files which document specific bills, budget appropriations, and topics related to pending or possible legislation. Documented here are internal discussions between Mack and his staff on the questions of the day as well as correspondence with other legislators and interested parties.

Series 2: "Constituent services, 1983-2000" contains a near complete record of constituent mail sent to Mack's office during both his House and Senate career. Also included are form letter libraries and edited drafts of responses from Mack's staff. The House mail is arranged based on a numeric system that was assigned to each response sent by Mack's office and is ordered roughly chronological. The Senate mail is organized by the staff member who responded, typically legislative correspondents, who specialized in particular subject areas. Most of the Senate mail is organized chronologically by the date of response, but some files are organized topically by subject. Aggregate statistical information is also included for some years.

Series 3: "Campaign and political files, 1981-1997" documents Connie Mack's political campaigns for the U.S. House and Senate as well as his other political activities and polling data. Also present are the files of Jorge Arrizurieta, who worked as Executive Assistant to Alec Courtelis (Finance Chairman of the Republican Party of Florida) during President George H.W. Bush's 1988 election campaign. The files contain correspondence, speeches, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, internal memoranda, campaign event information, various types of campaign literature, and polling data. Other campaign material can be found in the Memorabilia series (campaign signs and buttons) and Press Office files series (press staff files, photographs, and audio/video recordings).

Series 4: "Schedules and travel, 1985-2000" contains Connie Mack's daily schedules and travel files detailing Mack's trips both within and outside of Florida including trip itineraries, staff memoranda, and drafts of speeches. Only a small portion of his House career is documented in these files.

Series 5: "Press Office files, 1888-2000; bulk: 1982-2000" contains files created by Connie Mack's Press Office including staff subject files, speeches and interviews, press releases and newsletters, photographs, news clippings, and audio-visual material. Only a small portion of material from his House career is represented.

Series 6: "Immigration case files, 1991-1997" contains immigration case files handled by Senator Mack's Regional Senate Office in Miami. The files are arranged alphabetically by the applicant's name and divided into two subseries by year (1992-1996 and 1997). The case files primarily contain requests for assistance in obtaining visas to the United States, mostly from Cuban citizens. Immigration case files are restricted indefinitely pending further review by the Libraries. Please consult with special collections staff regarding use of case files.

Series 7: "Post-Senate career, 2001-2009" contains files documenting Connie Mack's career after his retirement from the Senate. Many of these files come from a later donation by Connie Mack in 2016. Of special interest are the files concerning his service as chairman of President George W. Bush's President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform.

Series 8: "Family history, 1949-1954" contains photocopies of letters, notes, and telegrams that were mostly written by Connie Mack's grandfather, Hall of Fame Baseball Manager Connie Mack I (1862-1956) to Mr. Shannon Fife (American journalist, screenwriter, and humorist) of Lake Placid, NY. The originals were found in a bookcase in Senator Mack's personal office.

Series 9: "Memorabilia, 1916-2003; bulk: 1982-2000" contains a variety of memorabilia from Connie Mack's House and Senate career as well as personal items related to his family (especially his grandfather, Hall of Fame Baseball Manager Connie Mack I) including scrapbooks, photographs, news clippings, programs, certificates, awards, plaques, campaign/political material, and other artifacts.


Arrangement

The Connie Mack III Political Papers are divided into nine records series:


Access or Use Restrictions

Access

The collection is open for research with some restrictions. Mail, including electronic mail, from constituents is restricted for thirty years after the mail was written. Please consult with special collections staff before accessing constituent mail older than thirty years. Reproduction in any format of constituent mail is prohibited. Potential privacy issues prevent the George A. Smathers Libraries from providing permissions to publish constituent mail.

Immigration case files are restricted indefinitely pending further review by the Libraries. Please consult with special collections staff regarding use of case files.

Usage Restrictions

Please consult with the archivist about accessing audiovisual materials. Some media formats may only be used pending reformatting.


Administrative Information

Alternative Format Available

Digital reproductions of selected items in the Connie Mack III Political Papers are available online via the University of Florida Digital Collections (UFDC). Please read the Permissions for Use statement for information on copyright, fair use, and use of UFDC digital objects.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Connie Mack III Political Papers, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Acquisition Information

The Connie Mack III Political Papers were donated to the University of Florida by Senator Mack in 2000. Additional material was donated in 2016.


Contents List

Series 1: Legislative files. 1982-2000

Series 1 contains staff working files, project files, subject files, committee files, floor statements, legislative activity reports, record vote analysis reports, and VIP correspondence with Congressional colleagues and government officials, including the President of the United States. The vast majority of this series contains records from Mack's time in the Senate. Only a small fragment of his House legislative files were found in this collection. These are represented in the "House files" subseries. Of special interest are the staff working files which deal with specific bills, budget appropriations, and topics related to pending or possible legislation. Documented here are internal discussions between Mack and his staff on the questions of the day as well as correspondence with other legislators and interested parties.

This series is further divided into ten subseries: 1a. House files (1982-2000), 1b. Staff files (1987-2000), 1c. Project files (1989-2000), 1d. Subject files (1983-2000; bulk:1989-2000), 1e. Joint Economic Committee files (1992-2000; bulk: 1995-2000), 1f. Senate Republican Conference files (1995-2000), 1g. Floor statements (1989-2000), 1h. Legislative activity reports (1988-2000), 1i. Record vote analysis reports (1989-2000), 1j. VIP correspondence (1989-1990)



1a. House files. 1982-1989

Subject files containing reports, memoranda, news clippings, correspondence, and reference material on a variety of topics. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
11 Abortion - Connie Mack's position. 1985-1988
12 Afghanistan. 1987
13 Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (1 of 3). 1985
14 Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (2 of 3). 1985
15 Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (3 of 3). 1985
16 Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985. 1985-1986
17 Big Cypress National Preserve. 1985-1986
18 Biography data for Connie Mack. undated
19 Budget FY 1986 (1 of 2). 1985
110 Budget FY 1986 (2 of 2). 1985
111 Budget pre-FY 1986 (1 of 2). 1983-1985
112 Budget pre-FY 1986 (2 of 2). 1983-1985
113 Catastrophic Health Care Coverage Act. 1989
114 Citrus Canker. 1986
115 Coastal/marine. 1983
21 Congressional pay raise. 1987
22 Congressional Questionnaire. 1987
23 Conservative Opportunity Society (COS) (1 of 2). 1984-1985
24 Conservative Opportunity Society (COS) (2 of 2). 1984-1985
25 Conservative Opportunity Society (COS) - budget FY 1987. 1984-1987
26 Co-sponsored bills. 1983
27 Cuba. 1987-1988
28 Cuba - immigration. 1987-1988
29 Cuba - normalization. 1988
210 Cuba - Radio Marti. 1987
211 Cuba - TV Marti. 1987
212 Defense. 1985-1986
213 Drugs. 1985
214 Enterprise zones. 1985
215 Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) flood rules. 1987
216 Foreign affairs. 1986
217 Health care. 1986
218 Health care - "The Future of Health Care" sponsored by The Florida Leadership Association Foundation - Tampa, Florida (1 of 2). 1987
219 Health care - "The Future of Health Care" sponsored by The Florida Leadership Association Foundation - Tampa, Florida (2 of 2). 1987
220 I-75. 1986
221 Israel - debt restructure. 1987
222 Israel - letter to Shimon Peres. 1986
31 Jewish concerns. 1985-1986
32 Jewish emigration/refusedniks. 1985
33 Libya - expulsion from United Nations resolution. 1986-1987
34 Medicare and Social Security. 1986
35 Minimum wage. 1987
36 Myakka River State Park. 1985
37 Nicaragua - Benjamin Linder's death controversy (1 of 2). 1987
38 Nicaragua - Benjamin Linder's death controversy (2 of 2). 1987
39 Off-shore oil. 1982-1985
310 Off-shore oil. 1983
311 Off-shore oil. 1986
312 Outer Continental Shelf - oil drilling. 1987
313 Panama Canal - information. 1988
314 Panama Canal - legislation (1 of 2). 1988
315 Panama Canal - legislation (2 of 2). 1988
316 Panama trip. 1988
317 Persian Gulf (1 of 2). 1987
41 Persian Gulf (2 of 2). 1987
42 Sarasota Bay - water quality. 1985-1986
43 Sarasota Bradenton Airport. 1985
44 Sarasota Sewage Treatment Project. 1985
45 Sarasota Treatment Plant. 1984-1985
46 School prayer. 1982-1984
47 Skyway bridge. 1986
48 Social security. 1985-1986
49 Soviet Jewry. 1984
410 Soviet Jewry. 1983-1984
411 Soviet-American emigration - Michelson family. 1987
412 Tax reform. 1983-1985
413 Tax simplification and United States trade. 1985-1986
414 Temik Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) testing. 1984-1985
415 USS Liberty incident. 1986-1987
416 Venice Beach renourishment. 1987-1988
417 Veterans hospital. 1985


1b. Staff files. 1987-2000

Files from staff members in Mack's D.C. office. Most were legislative assistants assigned to particular areas of legislation. Their files document specific bills, budget appropriations, and topics related to pending or possible legislation. Documented here are internal discussions between Mack and his staff on the questions of the day as well as correspondence with other legislators and interested parties.

The series is broken down into 21 further sub-series, each sub-subseries representing the files of a particular staff member. Files were often shared with several subordinate staff members and the names that appear here are the names of the primary staff members. Many of these files are only fragments. Carryover files from previous staffers are also common. Finally, not all of Mack's D.C. staff is represented.

The subseries are (listed alphabetically): Shellie B. Bressler (1991-1998), Jamie E. Brown (1989-1998), Tracie R. Chesterman (1995-2000; bulk: 1998-2000), Kimberly K. Cobb (1991-1996), Colleen P. Barnett Cresanti (1991-2000; bulk: 1996-2000), John S. "Buz" Gorman 1987-1996; bulk: 1989-1994, Lawrence A. Harris (1995), Stacy Hughes (1989-1997; bulk: 1990-1994), Patrick J. Kearney (1989-2000), Clarence K. Lee "C.K." (1991-2000; bulk: 1996-2000), Ross M. Lindholm (1989-1994), Christopher D. Lord (1997-1999), Robert N. Mottice (1989-1992), Mary Anne L. Naso (1989-1994), J. Brian Riley (1989-1991), Laurie Rubiner (1989-1999), Saul Singer (1988-1993), Mary Beth E. Savary-Taylor (1989-1995), Gary Mark Shiffman (1991-2000), Mark H. Smith (1990-2000), Vic Wolski (1997-2000)



Shellie B. Bressler. 1991-1998

Shellie Berlin Bressler served as a legislative assistant from 1996-1998. Her files also contain a substantial amount of files created by legislative assistant Kim Cobb. The files primarily concern legislation related to labor, Medicaid, welfare reform, credit unions, financial regulatory relief, and the Financial Services Act of 1998 concerning financial modernization. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
418 Banking: Credit union - hearings. 1998
419 Banking: Credit union - letters opposing passage of H.R. 1151. 1998
420 Banking: Credit union - markup H.R. 1151. 1998
421 Banking: Financial Regulatory Relief and Economic Efficiency Act (S. 1405) - filed amendments - (1 of 2). 1998
51 Banking: Financial Regulatory Relief and Economic Efficiency Act (S. 1405) - filed amendments - (2 of 2). 1998
52 Banking: Financial Regulatory Relief and Economic Efficiency Act (S. 1405) - interest on business checking. 1998
53 Banking: Financial Regulatory Relief and Economic Efficiency Act (S. 1405) - markup. 1998
54 Banking: Financial Services Act (H.R. 10) - bank provisions. 1998
55 Banking: Financial Services Act (H.R. 10) - car rental insurance sales. 1998
56 Banking: Financial Services Act (H.R. 10) - CRA lifeline. 1998
57 Banking: Financial Services Act (H.R. 10) - hearings. 1998 June 18
58 Banking: Financial Services Act (H.R. 10) - hearings. 1998 June 19
59 Banking: Financial Services Act (H.R. 10) - hearings. 1998 June 24
510 Banking: Financial Services Act (H.R. 10) - hearings. 1998 June 25
511 Banking: Financial Services Act (H.R. 10) - insurance. 1998
512 Banking: Financial Services Act (H.R. 10) - letters of support. 1998
513 Banking: Financial Services Act (H.R. 10) - markup (1 of 2). 1998
514 Banking: Financial Services Act (H.R. 10) - markup (2 of 2). 1998
515 Banking: Financial Services Act (H.R. 10) - subsidiaries vs. affiliate banks. 1998
516 Banking: Financial Services Act (H.R. 10) - thrift. 1998
517 Banking: First Union - Core States merger. 1998
518 Labor: American Airlines strike. 1997
519 Labor: Eastern Airlines pension (S. 1892). 1991-1992
520 Labor: Fair Hearing Act. 1997-1998
521 Labor: National Labor Relations Board. 1996
522 Labor: Open Competition Act. 1997
523 Labor: Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation (PBGC) and Pan American World Airways. 1997
524 Labor: Pension Protection Act. 1994-1995
525 Labor: Pension Protection Act. 1995
526 Medicaid: Budget - potential amendments - (1 of 2). 1997
61 Medicaid: Budget - potential amendments - (2 of 2). 1997
62 Medicaid: Florida impact. 1996
63 Medicaid: Florida waiver. 1996-1997
64 Medicaid: Long-term Care Insurance bill. 1998
65 Medicaid: Nonqualified non-citizens. 1997
66 Medicaid: Nonqualified non-citizens. 1998
67 Medicaid: Nursing Home Patient Protection Act. 1998
68 Medicaid: Tobacco. 1998
69 Medicaid: Tobacco - state settlement (S. 1415). 1998
610 Taxes: Capital gains tax amendment. 1995
611 Taxes: Flat tax. 1995
612 Taxes: Flat tax - Joint Economic Committee (JEC). 1995
613 Taxes: Flat tax - Joint Economic Committee (JEC) hearing. 1995
614 Taxes: Flat tax - miscellaneous material. 1995
615 Taxes: Income distribution. 1995
616 Taxes: Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reform. 1998
617 Taxes: Taxpayer Relief Act. 1997
618 Welfare: Children's Home Society. 1993-1994
619 Welfare: Welfare reform. 1995
620 Welfare: Welfare reform. 1994-1995
621 Welfare: Welfare reform - amendments. 1996
622 Welfare: Welfare reform - correspondence - con. 1996
623 Welfare: Welfare reform - correspondence - pro. 1996
624 Welfare: Welfare reform - Family Responsibility Act. 1996
625 Welfare: Welfare reform - issues and recommendations. 1996
626 Welfare: Welfare reform - proposals for Connie Mack. 1995
627 Welfare: Welfare reform - Republican House welfare. 1994-1995
628 Welfare: Welfare reform - summary information. 1996
629 Welfare: Welfare reform - vote record. 1996


Jamie E. Brown. 1989-1998

Jamie E. Brown served as a legislative assistant from 1993-1998. Her files also contain files created by legislative assistants Kim Cobb and Mary Beth Savary. The files primarily concern legislation related to Florida judicial nominations, the Crime Bill, prison reform, immigration, drug interdiction, the Whitewater investigation, and other judicial matters. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
630 Drugs: Drug interdiction. 1990-1992
631 Drugs: Drug interdiction. 1992
632 Drugs: Drug treaties. 1989
71 Drugs: Office of National Drug Control Policy - William J. Bennett - proposal. 1989-1990
72 Drugs: Random drug testing. 1989
73 General: Jamie Brown's legislative briefing book. 1996
74 Immigration: Amicus brief - Chiles vs. United States. 1994-1996
75 Immigration: Bilingual Education Program. 1989-1995
76 Immigration: Citizenship USA. 1996
77 Immigration: Cuban influx. 1994
78 Immigration: Cuban rafters. 1991
79 Immigration: Cuban/Haitian entrant data. 1996
710 Immigration: Financial aid for non-citizens. 1995
711 Immigration: General. 1997-1998
712 Immigration: Immigrant education. 1994-1995
713 Immigration: Immigration and Nationality Act - 245(i) provision. 1997
714 Immigration: Immigration Reform bill. 1995-1996
715 Immigration: Immigration Reform bill - communications regarding bill. 1995-1996
716 Immigration: Immigration Reform bill - Cuban Adjustment Act. 1996
717 Immigration: Immigration Reform bill - deeming. 1996
718 Immigration: Immigration Reform Transition Act (S. 1076). 1997
719 Immigration: Immigration Reform Transition Act (S. 1076) - information. 1997
720 Immigration: Immigration Reform Transition Act (S. 1076) - internal memoranda. 1997
721 Immigration: Immigration Reform Transition Act (S. 1076) - newspaper clippings. 1997
722 Immigration: Immigration Reform Transition Act (S. 1076) - official correspondence. 1997
723 Immigration: Immigration Reform Transition Act (S. 1076) - statements by Senator Mack. 1997
724 Immigration: Immigration Reform Transition Act (S. 1076) - statements of support. 1997
725 Immigration: Nicaragua bill. 1995
726 Immigration: Nicaraguans - supplemental. 1989
727 Immigration: Nicaraguans - work permits. 1990
728 Immigration: Office of Refugee Resettlement. 1995
729 Immigration: Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act. 1997
730 Immigration: Social Security Anti-Fraud Act (H.R. 502). 1995
731 Immigration: Unfunded mandates bill (S. 1). 1995
732 Immigration: Welfare reform. 1995
733 Immigration: Welfare reform. 1996
734 Judicial: Abortion - Senator Mack's voting record. 1990-1992
735 Judicial: Additional bankruptcy judges. 1992
81 Judicial: Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act (S. 414). 1993
82 Judicial: Cargo Theft Task Force. 1993-1994
83 Judicial: Cargo Theft Task Force. 1995
84 Judicial: Child sex abuse. 1993-1994
85 Judicial: Clinton/Daschle Anti-terrorism bill (S. 761). 1995
86 Judicial: Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies Appropriation Bill 1997. 1996
87 Judicial: Community Relations Service amendment. 1995
88 Judicial: Comprehensive Terrorism Protection Act - amendments. 1995
89 Judicial: Correspondence - Florida crime funding. 1995
810 Judicial: Co-sponsored legislation. 1995-1996
811 Judicial: Crime bill. 1994
812 Judicial: Crime bill - amendment - prison population cap. 1993
813 Judicial: Crime bill - amendments. 1994
814 Judicial: Crime bill - conferee letter. 1994
815 Judicial: Crime bill - conference report. 1993
816 Judicial: Crime bill - conference report. 1995
817 Judicial: Crime bill - crucial information. 1994
818 Judicial: Crime bill - funding formulas. 1994
819 Judicial: Crime bill - newspaper clippings. 1993
820 Judicial: Crime bill - police proposal. 1995
821 Judicial: Crime bill - prison populations. 1994
822 Judicial: Crime bill - prison privatization. 1995
823 Judicial: Crime bill - prison reform. 1993
824 Judicial: Crime bill - prison reform - amendment. 1993
91 Judicial: Crime bill - prison reform - newspaper clippings. 1993-1994
92 Judicial: Crime bills - proposed. 1995
93 Judicial: Crime/prison issues. 1993
94 Judicial: Crimes against the elderly. 1990
95 Judicial: Criminal Aliens bill. 1994
96 Judicial: Daycare - death of Jeremy Fiedelholtz. 1997
97 Judicial: Dole-Hatch Comprehensive Terrorism Prevention Act. 1995
98 Judicial: Federal funds for crime in Florida. 1993
99 Judicial: Flag Protection Constitutional Amendment (S.J. Res. 31). 1995
910 Judicial: Florida early releases and reoffenses. 1994
911 Judicial: Florida nominations - Judges. 1995-1996
912 Judicial: Florida nominations - Judges. 1997-1998
913 Judicial: Florida nomination - Judges - Henry Lee Adams, Jr. 1993
914 Judicial: Florida nomination - Judges - Isaac Anderson, Jr. 1995
915 Judicial: Florida nomination - Judges - Rosemary Barkett (1 of 5). 1993
916 Judicial: Florida nomination - Judges - Rosemary Barkett (2 of 5). 1993
917 Judicial: Florida nomination - Judges - Rosemary Barkett (3 of 5). 1993
918 Judicial: Florida nomination - Judges - Rosemary Barkett (4 of 5). 1993
919 Judicial: Florida nomination - Judges - Rosemary Barkett (5 of 5). 1993
920 Judicial: Florida nomination - Judges - Susan C. Bucklew. 1993
921 Judicial: Florida nominations - Judges - Alan S. Gold. 1997
922 Judicial: Florida nominations - Judges - Bruce W. Greer (1 of 2). 1995
101 Judicial: Florida nominations - Judges - Bruce W. Greer (2 of 2). 1995
102 Judicial: Florida nominations - Judges - Robert L. Hinkle. 1996
103 Judicial: Florida nominations - Judges - Daniel T. K. Hurley. 1993
104 Judicial: Florida nominations - Judges - Theodore Klein. 1993
105 Judicial: Florida nomination - Judges - Richard Lazzara. 1996-1997
106 Judicial: Florida nominations - Judges - Joan A. Lenard. 1995-1996
107 Judicial: Florida nominations - Judges - Charles R. Stack. 1995
108 Judicial: Florida nominations - Judges - Charles Reginald Wilson. 1994
109 Judicial: Florida nominations - United States Attorney - Larry Herbert Colleton. 1993
1010 Judicial: Florida nomination - United States Attorney - Wilkie D. Ferguson, Jr. 1993
1011 Judicial: Florida nominations - United States Marshal - Daniel Joseph Horgan. 1993
1012 Judicial: Florida nomination - United States Marshal - James W. Lockley. 1994
1013 Judicial: Florida prison statistics. 1993
1014 Judicial: Federal Trade Commission (FTC) PGA tour investigation. 1995
1015 Judicial: Hooters vs. the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). 1992-1995
1016 Judicial: Human embryo research. 1995
1017 Judicial: Impeachment - Judge Alcee Hastings. 1989
1018 Judicial: Jacksonville - Federal Judges. 1989
1019 Judicial: Jacksonville - T. Thomas Fortune Federal Courthouse. 1994
1020 Judicial: Judge seat - Thomas A. Clark. 1989-1990
1021 Judicial: Judges - additional Florida judges. 1989-1990
1022 Judicial: Judges - press. 1990-1992
1023 Judicial: Judicial Advisory Commission. 1989-1992
1024 Judicial: Juvenile justice. 1993
1025 Judicial: Juvenile justice. 1995-1998
1026 Judicial: Lee County Bar Association - update on judicial appointments. 1991
1027 Judicial: Length of judicial process. 1991
111 Judicial: Missing children - Jimmy Rice Act. 1995-1996
112 Judicial: Nomination - Surgeon General of the United States - Henry Foster. 1995
113 Judicial: Orlando - Puerto Rico witness protection program. 1996
114 Judicial: Policeman cost. 1993
115 Judicial: Population assistance funding. 1997
116 Judicial: Product Liability and Fairness Act (S. 565) - amendments. 1995
117 Judicial: Product Liability and Fairness Act (S. 565) - correspondence. 1995
118 Judicial: Product Liability and Fairness Act (S. 565) - general information. 1995
119 Judicial: Regional Prison Bill (S. 1607). 1993
1110 Judicial: Republican crime agenda proposal. 1996
1111 Judicial: St. Petersburg/Tampa - courthouse. 1991-1992
1112 Judicial: Stapels/Office Depot merger. 1997
1113 Judicial: Stop Turning Out Prisoners (STOP) amendment. 1993
1114 Judicial: Task Force on Judges Nominations. 1997
1115 Judicial: United States Attorney - Florida nominations - Kendall Brindley Coffey. 1993
1116 Judicial: United States Attorney - Florida nominations - Patrick Michael Patterson. 1993
1117 Judicial: United States Marshal - Florida nominations - Donald R. Moreland. 1993
1118 Judicial: United States Marshal's Advisory Commission. 1990
1119 Judicial: Victims' Rights amendment (S.J. Res. 6). 1996-1997
1120 Judicial: Welfare/prison amendment (S. 1956). 1996
1121 Whitewater Investigation: Attorney-client privilege. 1995
1122 Whitewater Investigation: Billing Records Panel - book room. 1996
1123 Whitewater Investigation: Briefcase search. 1995
1124 Whitewater Investigation: Briefing book - Office of Government and Ethics (OGE) investigation (1 of 2). 1995
1125 Whitewater Investigation: Briefing book - Office of Government and Ethics (OGE) investigation (2 of 2). 1995
1126 Whitewater Investigation: Briefing book - Senator Mack. 1995 October 25
1127 Whitewater Investigation: Briefing book - Senator Mack (1 of 2). 1994
1128 Whitewater Investigation: Briefing book - Senator Mack (2 of 2). 1994
1129 Whitewater Investigation: Chronologies. 1995 July 15
1130 Whitewater Investigation: Congressional immunity for David L. Hale. 1996
1131 Whitewater Investigation: Final Report Press Conference - talking points. 1996 June 18
1132 Whitewater Investigation: Floor statement - Blood Sport by James Stewart. 1996
1133 Whitewater Investigation: Floor statement - "Ripley's Believe It or Not - the White House Version". 1996 March 20
1134 Whitewater Investigation: General information. 1995
121 Whitewater Investigation: Hearing. 1994 August 4
122 Whitewater Investigation: Margaret A. Williams. 1995
123 Whitewater Investigation: Notes. 1995
124 Whitewater Investigation: Notes - Betsy Pond. 1995
125 Whitewater Investigation: Notes - Bruce Lindsey. 1995
126 Whitewater Investigation: Notes - Danny Ray Lasater. 1996
127 Whitewater Investigation: Notes - hearing. 1994
128 Whitewater Investigation: Notes - Webster R. Hubbell. 1995
129 Whitewater Investigation: Opening Statement - Senator Mack. 1995 July 18
1210 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Bernard W. Nussbaum. 1995 July 12
1211 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Betsy Wright. 1996
1212 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Beverly Bassett Schaeffer, William Brady, and Charles Handley. 1996 January 25
1213 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Bill Burton, Jack Quinn, and Thomas McLarty. 1995 July
1214 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Bruce R. Lindsey, Neil Eggleston, and Bill Kennedy (1 of 2). 1996
1215 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Bruce R. Lindsey, Neil Eggleston, and Bill Kennedy (2 of 2). 1996
1216 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Castle Grande (1 of 2). 1996
1217 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Castle Grande (2 of 2). 1996
1218 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Cheryl Braun, John Rolla, and Robert Hines. 1995 July 19
1219 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Clifford Sloan and Stephen R. Neuwirth. 1995 July 7
1220 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Clifford Sloan, Joel Klein, and Neil Eggleston. 1994 August 3
1221 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - David Watkins, Mark Gearan, and Sylvia Matthews. 1995 July 25
1222 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Deborah Gorham and Linda Tripp. 1995 August 1
1223 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Deborah L. Gorham and Linda R. Tripp. 1995
1224 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - general (1 of 2). 1995
1225 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - general (2 of 2). 1995
131 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Harold Ickes. 1996
132 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Hillary Rodham Clinton. 1996
133 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Jay B. Stephens of Pillsbury, Madison and Sutro. 1996 May 17
134 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Lloyd Bentsen. 1995
135 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Margaret A. Williams. 1995 July
136 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Margaret A. Williams and Susan Thomases round III. 1995
137 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Philip B. Heymann. 1995 August 2
138 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Richard Massey. 1996
139 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Robert P. Cesca, James M. Cottos, and Francine Kerner. 1995
1310 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Vince Foster's death. 1994 July 29
1311 Whitewater Investigation: Questions - Webster Hubbell. 1996
1312 Whitewater Investigation: Resolution for extension of investigation - statement by Senator Mack. 1996 March 6
1313 Whitewater Investigation: Resolution for extension of investigation (1 of 2). 1996
1314 Whitewater Investigation: Resolution for extension of investigation (2 of 2). 1996
1315 Whitewater Investigation: Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) phase. 1995
1316 Whitewater Investigation: Small Business Administration (SBA) phase (1 of 2). 1995
1317 Whitewater Investigation: Small Business Administration (SBA) phase (2 of 2). 1995


Tracie R. Chesterman. 1995-2000 (bulk: 1998-2000)

Tracie R. Chesterman was a legislative assistant from 1999-2000. Her files primarily concern the Elian Gonzalez controversy. Other topics include legislation related to judicial issues, Florida judgeship nominations, immigration, welfare, labor, Medicaid, telecommunications, social issues, and the Y2k scare. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
1318 Immigration: Central American and Haitian Parity Act (S. 1592). 1999
1319 Immigration: Criminal aliens (H.R. 5062). 1999
1320 Immigration: Cuban Nationals at Guatanamo. 2000
1321 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - 11th Circuit injunction ruling. 2000
1322 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - briefing book (1 of 2). 2000
141 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - briefing book (2 of 2). 2000
142 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - Budget Resolution amendment to appoint three court psychiatrists to evaluate Elian Gonzalez (S.Con.Res. 101). 2000 April 6
143 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - citizenship bill introduced by Senator Mack. 2000
144 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - copies of Elian "propaganda/information". 2000
145 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - Dear Colleague letter with letter from Spencer Eig. 2000 March 28
146 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - Department of Justice (DOJ) search warrant - newspaper clippings. 2000
147 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - Federal Court decision. 2000
148 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - floor statement. 2000 April 6
149 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - floor statement. 2000 April 5
1410 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - floor statement. 2000 March 29
1411 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - floor statements - all of Senator Mack's statements - drafts (1 of 2). 2000
1412 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - floor statements - all of Senator Mack's statements - drafts (2 of 2). 2000
1413 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - floor statements - all of Senator Mack's statements (1 of 2). 2000
1414 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - floor statements - all of Senator Mack's statements (2 of 2). 2000
1415 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - Florida Delegation meeting. 2000
1416 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - letter to Gregory Craig requesting a meeting between Juan Miguel Gonzalez and the Miami family. 2000 April 7
1417 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - letter to President Bill Clinton. 2000 March 30
1418 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - letter to United States Attorney General Janet Reno. 2000 March 24
1419 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - letters and drafts from Senator Mack. 2000
1420 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - miscellaneous. 2000
1421 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - newspaper articles (1 of 2). 1999-2000
1422 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - newspaper articles (2 of 2). 1999-2000
1423 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - newspaper articles. 2000
1424 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - notes. 2000
1425 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - precedent for citizenship memorandum. 2000
1426 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - raid on Elian - talking points. 2000
1427 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - S. 2314 whip count card. 2000 April 5
1428 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - search and seizure - excessive force. 2000
1429 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - Senate Judiciary Committee hearing - witnesses. 2000
1430 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - Senator Bob Smith's permanent residency bill. 2000
1431 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - Vice-President Al Gore - statements. 2000
1432 Immigration: Elian Gonzalez - Why I Changed My Mind About Elian by Sister Jeanne O'Laughli. 2000 February 1
151 Immigration: H1-B visa legislation. 1999-2000
152 Immigration: Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act (HRIFA) (S. 1504) (1 of 2). 1998
153 Immigration: Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act (HRIFA) (S. 1504) (2 of 2). 1998
154 Immigration: Illegal immigration meeting - Governor Jeb Bush. 1999
155 Immigration: Immigration Services and Infrastructure Improvement Act. 2000
156 Immigration: Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA) and Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act (HRIFA). 1998-1999
157 Immigration: Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA) and Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act (HRIFA) deadline extension. 2000
158 Immigration: Private relief bill - Dinh Van Dac. 1999
159 Judicial: Abortion. 1996
1510 Judicial: Abortion - voting record. 1995-1996
1511 Judicial: Asbestos (S. 758). 1999
1512 Judicial: Bacardi - Havan Club Rum. 1999-2000
1513 Judicial: Citizens Access to Justice Act (S. 1028). 1999-2000
1514 Judicial: Civil Asset Forfeiture Reform Act (H.R. 1658). 1999
1515 Judicial: Copyright Term Extension Act (S. 505). 1997-1998
1516 Judicial: Ecstasy Anti-Proliferation Act (S. 2612). 2000
1517 Judicial: Federal judge nominees - Berzon, Marsha. 2000
1518 Judicial: Federal judge nominees - Brady, James. 2000
1519 Judicial: Federal judge nominees - Dyk, Timothy B. 1998-1999
1520 Judicial: Federal judge nominees - Lynch, Gerard. 2000
1521 Judicial: Federal judge nominees - McGlaughlin, Mary. 2000
1522 Judicial: Federal judge nominees - Paez, Richard (1 of 2). 2000
1523 Judicial: Federal judge nominees - Paez, Richard (2 of 2). 2000
1524 Judicial: Federal judges - reversal rates. 2000
1525 Judicial: Florida early prisoner release. 1997
1526 Judicial: Florida Emergency Federal Judgeship Act (S. 647) (1 of 3). 1996-1998
1527 Judicial: Florida Emergency Federal Judgeship Act (S. 647) (2 of 3). 1996-1998
161 Judicial: Florida Emergency Federal Judgeship Act (S. 647) (3 of 3). 1996-1998
162 Judicial: Florida Emergency Federal Judgeship Act (S. 647). 1999
163 Judicial: Florida Emergency Federal Judgeship Act (S. 647) - judgeship statistics for Middle and Southern Florida districts. 1999
164 Judicial: Florida Emergency Federal Judgeship Act (S. 647) - judgeship statistics for the Middle District of Florida. 1999
165 Judicial: Florida Emergency Federal Judgeship Act (S. 647) - newspaper articles. 1999
166 Judicial: Florida Emergency Federal Judgeship Act (S. 647) - notes. 1999
167 Judicial: Florida judicial appointments - Senator Mack statements and drafts. 1999-2000
168 Judicial: Florida's concealed weapons law. 1999
169 Judicial: Hate crimes. 1999-2000
1610 Judicial: Impeachment - President Bill Clinton. 1998
1611 Judicial: Internet Gambling Prohibition Act (S. 692). 1999
1612 Judicial: Kerr-McGee Corporation relief bill. 1998-1999
1613 Judicial: Media coverage of court proceedings (S. 721). 1999
1614 Judicial: Miami - courthouse construction. 1999
1615 Judicial: National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS). 2000
1616 Judicial: Police Corps Act (S. 10) (1 of 2). 1997-1998
1617 Judicial: Police Corps Act (S. 10) (2 of 2). 1997-1998
1618 Judicial: Tobacco (1 of 2). 1998
1619 Judicial: Tobacco (2 of 2). 1998
1620 Judicial: Truth-in-Sentencing Act. 1995-1996
1621 Labor: Family Friendly Workplace Act. 1999
1622 Labor: National Right to Work Act (S. 424). 1998
1623 Labor: Sensible Ergonomics Needs Scientific Evidence (SENSE) Act (S. 1070). 1999-2000
1624 Medicaid: Family Opportunity Act. 2000
1625 Medicaid: Florida health centers. 1999-2000
1626 Medicaid: Foster Care Independence Act (S. 1327). 1999
1627 Medicaid: Hearing on Medicaid and School-Based Services - Senate Committee on Finance. 1999 June 17
171 Medicaid: Social Services Block Grant. 2000
172 Medicaid: State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP). 1999-2000
173 Medicaid: Women, Infants, and Children (WIC). 2000
174 Medicaid: Work Incentive Improvements Act - Nickles Amendments. 1999
175 Telecommunications: Community Broadcasters Protection Act (S. 1547). 1999
176 Telecommunications: Low-power FM radio. 2000
177 Telecommunications: Satellite Television Act (S. 303). 1999


Kimberly K. Cobb. 1991-1996

Kim Cobb served as a legislative assistant primarily assigned to banking, housing, and immigration issues from 1994-1996. She then went on to serve as legislative director from 1997-1998 and as counsel to the chairman of the Senate Republican Conference. Cobb's files are primarily related to the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA), flood insurance, housing, refugees from Haiti, and the Whitewater investigation. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
178 Banking: Credit unions. 1996
179 Banking: Deregulatory bill (S. 650). 1996
1710 Banking: Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) S. 650. 1996
1711 Banking: Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) S. 650 - American Bankers Association (ABA). 1996
1712 Banking: Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) S. 650 - Associated Credit Bureaus (ACB). 1996
1713 Banking: Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) S. 650 - Credit Union materials. 1996
1714 Banking: Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) S. 650 - final offer. 1996
1715 Banking: Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) S. 650 - Independent Bankers Association of American (IBAA). 1996
1716 Banking: Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) S. 650 - National Retail Association. 1996
1717 Banking: Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) S. 650 - notes. 1996
1718 Banking: Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) S. 650 - second offer material. 1996
1719 Banking: Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Authority. 1991-1997
1720 Banking: Flood insurance (S. 1405). 1993-1994
1721 Banking: Office of Comptroller of Currency (OCC) oversite hearing. 1995-1997
1722 Crime: Nomination - Administrator of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention - Shay Bilchik. 1994
1723 Crime: Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) S. 578. 1993
1724 Crime: Senator Packwood Subpoena. 1993
1725 Flood Insurance: Compromise. 1994
1726 Flood Insurance: Resolutions. 1994
1727 Flood Insurance: State rates. 1994
1728 Housing: Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) hearing. 1995
1729 Housing: Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Mortgage Auction and Small Business Protection Act. 1995
1730 Housing: Joint hearing - direction of housing and community development policy. 1995
181 Housing: Manufactured housing. 1994
182 Housing: Multi-Family Housing Bill (S. 1299). 1993-1994
183 Housing: Reauthorization amendments. 1994
184 Immigration: Haiti - children's visas. 1993
185 Immigration: Haiti - HIV release. 1993
186 Immigration: Haiti - policy shifts. 1994
187 Immigration: Haiti - released refugees. 1993
188 Immigration: Refugee administration. 1993
189 Whitewater: Briefing book. 1994
1810 Whitewater: Hearings on the Whitewater matter - panel 1 and 2 (1 of 2). 1994
1811 Whitewater: Hearings on the Whitewater matter - panel 1 and 2 (2 of 2). 1994
1812 Whitewater: Hearings on the Whitewater matter - panel 2 - Roger Altman. 1994


Colleen P. Barnett Cresanti. 1991-2000 (bulk: 1996-2000)

Colleen Barnett (maiden name) Cresanti worked as both a legislative assistant and a legislative correspondent. As a legislative assistant she worked with legislation related to campaign finance, the environment, space, science, veterans, and education. Prominent issues in her files include funding for NASA and the Kennedy Space Center, the MERIT ACT, off-shore oil drilling in Florida, the coastal barrier resources system, the Everglades, and the Water Resources Development Act. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
1813 Appropriations: General funding requests. 1999
1814 Appropriations: General funding requests. 2000
1815 Appropriations: Interior. 1999
1816 Appropriations: Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education (1 of 2). 1999
1817 Appropriations: Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education (2 of 2). 1999
191 Appropriations: Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education requests (1 of 2). 2000
192 Appropriations: Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education requests (2 of 2). 2000
193 Appropriations: Veterans Affairs (VA)/Housing and Urban Development (HUD). 1999
194 Education: A+ Accounts conference report. 1998
195 Education: Collegiate Learning and Student Savings Act (S. 13). 1999
196 Education: Education Flexibility Partnership Act (S. 280). 1999
197 Education: Education Forum. 1998 September 22
198 Education: Education legislation briefing book. 1994-2000
199 Education: Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization - amendments to consider sponsoring/cosponsoring. 2000
1910 Education: Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization - proposed amendments (1 of 2). 2000
1911 Education: Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization - proposed amendments (2 of 2). 2000
1912 Education: Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization - Senator Mack's amendments and statements (1 of 2). 1999-2000
1913 Education: Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization - Senator Mack's amendments and statements (2 of 2). 1999-2000
1914 Education: Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) reauthorization - Title I "hold harmless" provision. 1998-2000
1915 Education: Federal Family Education Loan Program (FFELP) interest rate crisis. 1998
1916 Education: Florida Coastal School of Law. 1997
1917 Education: Higher Education Act (HEA) - reauthorization (1 of 2). 1998
1918 Education: Higher Education Act (HEA) - reauthorization (2 of 2). 1998
201 Education: Labor, Health and Human Services (HHS), and Education Appropriations bill 1997 - ergonomics. 1996
202 Education: Labor, Health and Human Services (HHS), and Education Appropriations bill 1998. 1997
203 Education: Measures to Encourage Results in Teaching Act (MERIT Act). 1999-2000
204 Education: Measures to Encourage Results in Teaching Act (MERIT Act). 2000
205 Education: Measures to Encourage Results in Teaching Act (MERIT Act) - amendments (1 of 2). 1998
206 Education: Measures to Encourage Results in Teaching Act (MERIT Act) - amendments (2 of 2). 1998
207 Education: Measures to Encourage Results in Teaching Act (MERIT Act) - articles. 1998
208 Education: Measures to Encourage Results in Teaching Act (MERIT Act) - briefing book (1 of 2). 1998
209 Education: Measures to Encourage Results in Teaching Act (MERIT Act) - briefing book (2 of 2). 1998
2010 Education: Measures to Encourage Results in Teaching Act (MERIT Act) - drafts. 1998
2011 Education: Measures to Encourage Results in Teaching Act (MERIT Act) - speeches. 1998
2012 Education: Measures to Encourage Results in Teaching Act (MERIT Act) - statements. 1998
2013 Education: Measures to Encourage Results in Teaching Act (MERIT Act) - statements and press releases. 1998
2014 Education: Measures to Encourage Results in Teaching Act (MERIT Act) - talking points. 1998
2015 Education: National Father's Return Day. 1999
2016 Education: Orlando Chamber of Commerce - talking points. 1998 May 14
2017 Education: Secure Rural Schools and Community Self-Determination Act (S. 1608). 2000
2018 Education: Straight A's Act (Academic Achievement for All Act). 1999
2019 Education: Student loans. 1998
2020 Environment: Alternative Water Sources Act. 1999
2021 Environment: Apalachicola/Chatahoochee/Flint River Basin compact (1 of 2). 1996-1997
2022 Environment: Apalachicola/Chatahoochee/Flint River Basin compact (2 of 2). 1996-1997
2023 Environment: Apalachicola/Chatahoochee/Flint River Basin compact. 1997
2024 Environment: Apalachicola/Chatahoochee/Flint River Basin compact - briefing book. 2000
2025 Environment: Aquatics project. 1998
211 Environment: Atlantic Highly Migratory Species Conservation Act. 1999
212 Environment: Bear Protection Act. 1999
213 Environment: Bond Clean Air Act (S. 495). 1999
214 Environment: Broward County beach nourishment. 1996-1997
215 Environment: Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) (1 of 2). 1998-1999
216 Environment: Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) (2 of 2). 1998-1999
217 Environment: Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) - briefing book (1 of 2). 1998
218 Environment: Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) - briefing book (2 of 2). 1998
219 Environment: Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) - Fish and Wildlife Service. 1997
2110 Environment: Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) - Manatee County. 1996-1997
2111 Environment: Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) - Pumpkin Key (1 of 2). 1997
2112 Environment: Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) - Pumpkin Key (2 of 2). 1997
2113 Environment: Coastal Conservation Association - fisheries meeting. 1997
2114 Environment: Coastal Zone Management Act. 1999-2000
2115 Environment: Cockfighting legislation (S. 345). 1999
2116 Environment: Combustible wastes. 2000
2117 Environment: Conservation and Reinvestment Act (CARA). 2000
2118 Environment: Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFÉ). 2000
2119 Environment: Disaster Streamlining and Costs Reduction Act (S. 1007). 1997
2120 Environment: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - air regulations. 1997
2121 Environment: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - Resource Conservation Recovery Act (RCRA) - Florida cleanup sites. 1999
2122 Environment: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) program. 2000
2123 Environment: Estuary Habitat Restoration Partnership Act. 1997-2000
221 Environment: Everglades - 8.5 square mile area. 1997-1999
222 Environment: Everglades - AmeriCorps. 1997
223 Environment: Everglades - comprehensive review study (restudy). 1999
224 Environment: Everglades - critical projects. 1997
225 Environment: Everglades - Homestead Air Force Base. 1996-1999
226 Environment: Everglades - Marjorie Stoneman Douglas and Ernest F. Coe recognition legislation (S. 931).
227 Environment: Everglades - newspaper clippings. 1998-1999
228 Environment: Everglades - Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) (1 of 7). 1995-1996
229 Environment: Everglades - Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) (2 of 7). 1995-1996
2210 Environment: Everglades - Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) (3 of 7). 1995-1996
2211 Environment: Everglades - Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) (4 of 7). 1995-1996
2212 Environment: Everglades - Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) (5 of 7). 1995-1996
2213 Environment: Everglades - Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) (6 of 7). 1995-1996
2214 Environment: Everglades - Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) (7 of 7). 1995-1996
2215 Environment: Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) - impact aid (1 of 2). 1998
2216 Environment: Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) - impact aid (2 of 2). 1998
2217 Environment: Fenholloway River. 1998
2218 Environment: Fisheries management. 2000
2219 Environment: Flatwoods Salamander. 1998-1999
2220 Environment: Florida coastal issues (1 of 3). 1996-1997
231 Environment: Florida coastal issues (2 of 3). 1996-1997
232 Environment: Florida coastal issues (3 of 3). 1996-1997
233 Environment: Florida forest fires. 1998
234 Environment: Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. 1997
235 Environment: Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary - coral reef. 1997
236 Environment: Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary - grounded container ship. 1997
237 Environment: Florida Keys Water Quality Improvements Act (1 of 2). 2000
238 Environment: Florida Keys Water Quality Improvements Act (2 of 2). 2000
239 Environment: Florida National Cemetery expansion. 1999
2310 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - briefing book (1 of 2). 1995 July 20
2311 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - briefing book (2 of 2). 1995 July 20
2312 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - Chevron (1 of 2). 1999
2313 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - Chevron (2 of 2). 1999
2314 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - Chevron - final brief. 2000
2315 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - Chevron - testimony. 1999
2316 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - letters opposed. 1998-1999
2317 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - Mobil Oil Corporation. 1997
2318 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - newspaper clippings. 1998-1999
2319 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - notebook 1 (1 of 2). 1988-1995
2320 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - notebook 1 (2 of 2). 1988-1995
2321 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - notebook 2 (1 of 2). 1988-1995
2322 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - notebook 2 (2 of 2). 1988-1995
241 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - notebook 3 (1 of 2). 1988-1995
242 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - notebook 3 (2 of 2). 1988-1995
243 Environment: Florida offshore oil drilling - pipeline. 1999-2000
244 Environment: Florida panther grant. 1996-1997
245 Environment: Florida tornado mitigation. 1998
246 Environment: Flow control. 1998
247 Environment: Forestry Incentives Program (FIP). 1999
248 Environment: Fort Matanzas National Monument. 1999
249 Environment: Global warming article - "Science has Spoken: Global Warming is Myth" by Arthur Robinson. 1997-1998
2410 Environment: Indian River Lagoon. 1997
2411 Environment: International Convention for the Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT). 1997
2412 Environment: Johnson's Seagrass. 1998
2413 Environment: Lee County - Daniel's Parkway extension. 1999
2414 Environment: Lee County - programmatic environmental impact statement (PEIS). 1998-2000
2415 Environment: Low Sulfur Fuel Act. 1998
2416 Environment: Manatee sanctuary. 1998-1999
2417 Environment: Mel Fisher. 1995-1998
2418 Environment: Merritt Island - H-Canal. 1998-1999
2419 Environment: Miami Circle legislation. 1999
2420 Environment: Miami River. 1997-1999
2421 Environment: Michael Minger Act. 1999
2422 Environment: Mote Marine Laboratory. 1997-1998
2423 Environment: National Flood Insurance Reform Act (S. 1405) - briefing materials and notes (1 of 2). 1993
2424 Environment: National Flood Insurance Reform Act (S. 1405) - briefing materials and notes (2 of 2). 1993
2425 Environment: National Flood Insurance Reform Act (S. 1405) - markup and amendments (1 of 2). 1993
2426 Environment: National Flood Insurance Reform Act (S. 1405) - markup and amendments (2 of 2). 1993
2427 Environment: National Millenium Trail - Florida nomination. 1999
2428 Environment: National Park System Funding Act. 1999
2429 Environment: National Parks Stewardship Act. 2000
2430 Environment: National Weather Service (1 of 2). 1997
2431 Environment: National Weather Service (2 of 2). 1997
2432 Environment: Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) revenue sharing. 1998
251 Environment: Oyster packers. 1998
252 Environment: Palm Valley Bridge. 1996
253 Environment: Panama City beach project. 1996
254 Environment: Pelican Island. 1998
255 Environment: Private Property Fairness and Justice Act. 1997-1998
256 Environment: Property Rights Act. 1995-1996
257 Environment: Pumpkin Key. 1998
258 Environment: Red Snapper reallocation. 1997
259 Environment: Revitalization and Environmental Restoration Act (S. 2700). 2000
2510 Environment: Riviera Beach. 2000
2511 Environment: Rodman Dam/Oklawaha restoration. 1996
2512 Environment: Sarasota Bay Natural Estuary program. 1997
2513 Environment: School Environment Protection Act (SEPA). 2000
2514 Environment: Sea turtles. 2000
2515 Environment: Senate Coastal Coalition. 1998
2516 Environment: Shore Protection Act (1 of 3). 1995-1996
2517 Environment: Shore Protection Act (2 of 3). 1995-1996
2518 Environment: Shore Protection Act (3 of 3). 1995-1996
2519 Environment: Shore Protection Act. 1996
2520 Environment: Shore Protection Act - Senate Coastal Coalition. 1996
2521 Environment: St. Augustine Lighthouse. 1999
2522 Environment: Stiltsville (1 of 2). 1999-2000
2523 Environment: Stiltsville (2 of 2). 1999-2000
2524 Environment: Superfund - Agrico Chemical Company and Escambia Treating Company (ETC). 1995
261 Environment: Superfund - Peak Oil Company. 1997
262 Environment: Superfund Equity Recycling Act (S. 2180). 1998
263 Environment: Superfund program. 1995-1997
264 Environment: Water Resources Development Act. 1996
265 Environment: Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) (1 of 4). 1998
266 Environment: Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) (2 of 4). 1998
267 Environment: Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) (3 of 4). 1998
268 Environment: Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) (4 of 4). 1998
269 Environment: Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) (1 of 2). 1999
2610 Environment: Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) (2 of 2). 1999
2611 Environment: Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) briefing book (1 of 2). 1999
2612 Environment: Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) briefing book (2 of 2). 1999
2613 Environment: Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) funding requests (1 of 2). 1999
2614 Environment: Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) funding requests (2 of 2). 1999
2615 Environment: Wekiva Wild and Scenic River Designation Act. undated
2616 Space: Commercial Space Act. 1997-1998
2617 Space: Commercial Space Transportation Cost Reduction Act (S. 469). 1999
2618 Space: Florida Space Summit - Kennedy Space Center (KSC). 1999-2000
2619 Space: Joint Base Operations and Service Contract (J-BOSC) layoffs. 1998
271 Space: Kennedy Space Center (KSC) layoffs. 1998
272 Space: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) business incubators. 1997
273 Space: X-33 program. 1996
274 Veterans: Brevard County - outpatient clinic (1 of 2). 1997
275 Veterans: Brevard County - outpatient clinic (2 of 2). 1997
276 Veterans: Gainesville Veterans Affairs Medical Center - renamed as Malcom Randall. 1998
277 Veterans: Gulf War Syndrome. 1996
278 Veterans: Medicare subvention demonstration for Veterans Act. 1999
279 Veterans: Military retiree legislation. 2000
2710 Veterans: Military Retirement Equity Act (S. 657). 1997
2711 Veterans: National Commander of Disabled American Veterans - Harry R. McDonald - introduction. 1998 March 18
2712 Veterans: Select Committee on Prisoners of War (POW)/Missing in Action (MIA) Affairs. 1991
2713 Veterans: Veterans Equitable Resource Allocation (VERA). 1997-1999


John S. "Buz" Gorman. 1987-1996 (bulk: 1989-1994)

John S. Gorman, known as "Buz," began work first as a Mack staff assistant from 1987-1988 before becoming a legislative assistant from 1988-1996. Gorman primarily covered issues related to banking, the environment, and Florida's indigenous peoples. Prominent issues include the Community Reinvestment Act, Foreign Bank Supervision Enhancement Act, Resolution Trust Corporation, Savings Association Insurance, the Coastal Barriers Resources System, and the Everglades. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
2714 Appropriations: Florida fair share legislation (1 of 2). 1989-1994
2715 Appropriations: Florida fair share legislation (2 of 2). 1989-1994
2716 Banking: Amendments. 1989
2717 Banking: American Institute of Certified Professional Accountants (AICPA) - amendment to Federal Deposit Insurance Act. 1989
2718 Banking: Bank insurance fund - briefing book. 1991
2719 Banking: Bank of America - proposed amendments to the Fair Housing Act. 1995
2720 Banking: Bank regulatory reform - briefing book. 1991
2721 Banking: Banking and insurance. 1993-1995
2722 Banking: Banking reform - briefing book (1 of 2). 1991
2723 Banking: Banking reform - briefing book (2 of 2). 1991
281 Banking: Budget reconciliation. 1995
282 Banking: Capital and accounting standards. 1990
283 Banking: Community Reinvestment Act (CRA). 1991-1995
284 Banking: Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) - arguments/proposals. 1995
285 Banking: Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) - background. 1994
286 Banking: Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) - Bankers Roundtable - Shadow Committee. 1995
287 Banking: Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) - budget reconciliation. 1995
288 Banking: Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) - compromise. 1993-1994
289 Banking: Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) - Democratic comments. 1995-1996
2810 Banking: Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) - letters opposed to S. 650. 1995
2811 Banking: Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) - Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) - staff comments. 1995
2812 Banking: Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) - papers from mark-up. 1995
2813 Banking: Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) - regulatory burden. 1993
2814 Banking: Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) - Riegle Community Development and Regulatory Improvement Act. 1994
2815 Banking: Comprehensive Deposit Insurance Reform and Taxpayer Protection Act (S. 543) - Mack amendments to committee markup. 1991
2816 Banking: Comprehensive Deposit Insurance Reform and Taxpayer Protection Act (S. 543) - Mack floor amendments. 1991
2817 Banking: Credit unions - briefing book. 1991
2818 Banking: Credit unions - failure. 1995
2819 Banking: Credit unions - February 28th hearing. 1995
2820 Banking: Credit unions - information. 1992-1995
2821 Banking: Credit unions - regulatory relief. 1995
2822 Banking: Crime and flood insurance. 1990
2823 Banking: Deposit insurance. 1991
2824 Banking: Deposit insurance reform - briefing book. 1991
2825 Banking: Depositor Protection and Anti-Fraud Act. 1990
2826 Banking: Director/officer liability. 1992-1994
2827 Banking: Director/officer liability - bill draft. 1995
2828 Banking: Director/officer liability - culpability standards. 1991-1994
2829 Banking: Director/officer liability - D'Oench Duhme Reform Act. 1995
291 Banking: Director/officer liability - fees for turning down settlement. 1995
292 Banking: Employee Educational Assistance Act. 1990
293 Banking: Export Administration Act (EAA) - briefing book. 1994
294 Banking: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) - insurance premiums. 1990
295 Banking: Federal Home Loan Bank System. 1994
296 Banking: Foreign Bank Supervision Enhancement Act (FBSEA) - background information. 1995
297 Banking: Foreign Bank Supervision Enhancement Act (FBSEA) - drafts of proposed changes. 1995
298 Banking: Foreign Bank Supervision Enhancement Act (FBSEA) - Federal language. 1995
299 Banking: Foreign Bank Supervision Enhancement Act (FBSEA) - Florida International Bank information. 1995
2910 Banking: Foreign Bank Supervision Enhancement Act (FBSEA) - international bank letter. 1994-1995
2911 Banking: Foreign Bank Supervision Enhancement Act (FBSEA) - non-language provisions. 1995
2912 Banking: Foreign Bank Supervision Enhancement Act (FBSEA) - regulatory burden relief. 1995
2913 Banking: Foreign banks. 1995
2914 Banking: Foreign banks - committee report. 1995
2915 Banking: Foreign banks - hearings on other countries' methods. 1990
2916 Banking: Glass-Steagall repeal - briefing book. 1991
2917 Banking: Group positions on banking - briefing book. 1991
2918 Banking: Hurricane loans. 1992
2919 Banking: Individual Retirement Account (IRA) tutorial. 1996
2920 Banking: Market Reform Act (S. 648). 1989
2921 Banking: Monetary Policy Report - Alan Greenspan - Connie Mack notes. 1991
2922 Banking: Money Laundering Enforcement Act (S. 305). 1991
2923 Banking: Nomination - Chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) - Arthur Levitt, Jr. 1993
2924 Banking: Nomination - Comptroller of the Currency - Eugene A. Ludwig. 1993
2925 Banking: Regulatory consolidation. 1993
2926 Banking: Regulatory relief - American Bankers Association - recommendations and proposals. 1994-1995
2927 Banking: Regulatory Relief - committee report. 1993
2928 Banking: Regulatory relief - side-by-side comparison of House and Senate legislation. 1995
2929 Banking: Republican Task Force on Real Estate. 1991
2930 Banking: Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) - funding. 1991
301 Banking: Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) - funding markup - briefing book (1 of 2). 1992
302 Banking: Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) - funding markup - briefing book (2 of 2). 1992
303 Banking: Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) - funding markup. 1992
304 Banking: Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) - hearing. 1989
305 Banking: Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) - hearing. 1990
306 Banking: Revisions of Federal Reserve Board. 1995
307 Banking: Savings and loan - notes. 1989
308 Banking: Savings and Loan Bill - current problems. 1989
309 Banking: Savings and Loan Conference - briefing book. 1989
3010 Banking: Savings and Loan Conference - staff preparation. 1989
3011 Banking: Savings and loan fraud - memorandum. 1990
3012 Banking: Savings Association Insurance Fund (SAIF) and Bank Insurance Fund (BIF) - association's information. 1995-1996
3013 Banking: Savings Association Insurance Fund (SAIF) and Bank Insurance Fund (BIF) - association's testimony. 1995
3014 Banking: Savings Association Insurance Fund (SAIF) and Bank Insurance Fund (BIF) - Florida banks and associations. 1995-1996
3015 Banking: Savings Association Insurance Fund (SAIF) and Bank Insurance Fund (BIF) - government agency testimony. 1996
3016 Banking: Savings Association Insurance Fund (SAIF) and Bank Insurance Fund (BIF) - Guaranteed Auto Protection (GAP) vs. American Bankers Insurance Group (ABIG). 1995-1996
3017 Banking: Savings Association Insurance Fund (SAIF) and Bank Insurance Fund (BIF) - information and opinions. 1995-1996
3018 Banking: Savings Association Insurance Fund (SAIF) and Bank Insurance Fund (BIF) - Oakar banks. 1995
3019 Banking: Savings Association Insurance Fund (SAIF) and Bank Insurance Fund (BIF) - Ricki Helfer testimony. 1995
3020 Banking: Savings Association Insurance Fund (SAIF) and Bank Insurance Fund (BIF) - S. 650 late information. 1996
3021 Banking: Securities Law Enforcement Remedies Act (S. 647). 1990
3022 Banking: Securities legislation. 1989
3023 Banking: Senate Bank Committee hearings. 1993
3024 Banking: Shareholder rights hearings. 1991
3025 Banking: Shelby/Mack amendments. 1996
3026 Banking: Shelby/Mack amendments notebook II. 1995
311 Banking: Shelby/Mack Regulatory Burden Amendment to S. 1275. 1993-1994
312 Banking: Truth in lending - Paul Anderson - Guaranteed Auto Protection (GAP) insurance. 1995
313 Banking: Truth in Lending Act (TILA) - Rodash decision. 1994-1995
314 Banking: Truth in Savings. 1995
315 Energy: National Energy Security Act (NESA) S. 2166 - Florida's Outer Continental Shelf (OCS). 1992
316 Energy: National Energy Security Act (NESA) S. 2166 - Public Utility Holding Company Act (PUHCA) reform. 1991-1992
317 Energy: National Energy Security Act (NESA) S. 2166 - Public Utility Holding Company Act (PUHCA) reform - letters opposed. 1991
318 Energy: National Energy Security Act (NESA) S. 2166 - Public Utility Holding Company Act (PUHCA) reform - Sanford Amendment. 1992
319 Energy: National Energy Security Act (NESA) S. 2166 - Public Utility Holding Company Act (PUHCA) reform - transmission access. 1992
3110 Environment: Big Cypress. 1988-1989
3111 Environment: Big Cypress - Trespass Camps. 1989-1990
3112 Environment: Clean Air Act - Administration positions and proposals. 1990
3113 Environment: Clean Air Act - Connie Mack notes. 1990
3114 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS). 1989-1990
3115 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - Brevard County - Coconut Beach. 1989
3116 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - Camachee Island. 1989
3117 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - Cedar Key. 1989
3118 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - Flagler County - Beverly Beach. 1989-1990
3119 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - Florida Keys. 1989
3120 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - Florida Keys Marine Sanctuary Act. 1990
3121 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - Gulf County - Cape San Blas. 1989
3122 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - Gulf County - St. Joseph's. 1989
3123 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - Hutchinson Island. 1989
3124 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - Key Largo. 1987
3125 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - property lists. undated
3126 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - St. George's Plantation. 1989-1990
3127 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - Santa Rosa Island. 1989
3128 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - Sister Keys Sarasota. 1990
3129 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - Summer Island. 1989-1990
3130 Environment: Coastal Barriers Resources System (CBRS) - Vero Beach. 1990
3131 Environment: Cross Florida Barge Canal. 1989-1990
3132 Environment: Cross Florida Barge Canal - deauthorization. 1989-1990
3133 Environment: Dolphin Protection Act. 1990
3134 Environment: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - superfund sites - Jacksonville, Florida. 1990
321 Environment: Everglades - Corps of Engineers reports. 1991-1995
322 Environment: Everglades - dear colleague letters. 1993
323 Environment: Everglades - Florida Bay information. 1992-1993
324 Environment: Everglades - Florida Bay Senate Bill. 1994
325 Environment: Everglades - Florida city letters. 1994
326 Environment: Everglades - Frog Pond (1 of 2). 1989
327 Environment: Everglades - Frog Pond (2 of 2). 1989
328 Environment: Everglades - Frog Pond. 1993
329 Environment: Everglades - Frog Pond - the last word. 1989-1990
3210 Environment: Everglades - Governor of Florida reports. 1993-1994
3211 Environment: Everglades - Interior Department. 1993
3212 Environment: Everglades - legislation. 1989
3213 Environment: Everglades - notes. 1993
3214 Environment: Everglades - testimonies. 1993
3215 Environment: Federal Facility Compliance Act of 1991. 1991
3216 Environment: Florida black bear. 1991
3217 Environment: Florida Keys Marine Sanctuary (H.R. 3719) - con. 1990
3218 Environment: Florida Keys Marine Sanctuary (H.R. 3719) - full committee mark-up. 1990
3219 Environment: Florida Keys Marine Sanctuary (H.R. 3719) - memoranda to Buz. 1990
3220 Environment: Florida Keys Marine Sanctuary (H.R. 3719) - notes. 1990
3221 Environment: Florida Keys Marine Sanctuary (H.R. 3719) - pro. 1990
3222 Environment: Forest and Families Protection Act. 1991
3223 Environment: Jones Act waiver. 1989
3224 Environment: Melaleuca Control Act (H.R. 3753). 1992
3225 Environment: Nature Conservancy vs. Hercules. 1990
3226 Environment: Nomination - Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - Carol Browner. 1992
3227 Environment: Nuclear decommissioning. 1989
3228 Environment: Offshore oil drilling. 1990
3229 Environment: Oil spill protocols. 1989-1990
3230 Environment: Plastics recycling legislation. 1989
3231 Environment: Safe Drinking Water Act (S. 2900). 1992
3232 Environment: Steel jaw leg traps. 1991
3233 Environment: Tax extension - TECO. 1992
3234 Environment: Venice Beach project. 1988-1989
3235 Environment: Venice Beach renourishment project. 1987-1989
331 Environment: Wetlands - Federal Wetlands Manual. 1991
332 Environment: Wetlands - general information. 1991
333 Environment: Wild and Scenic Rivers Designation - Perdido River. 1990
334 Environment: Wild and Scenic Rivers Designation - St. Mary's River Act. 1989
335 Native Americans: Creek Indians of Florida. 1989
336 Native Americans: Hopi vs. Navajo. 1987-1989
337 Native Americans: Miccosukee Tribe. 1989
338 Native Americans: Miccosukee Tribe issues. 1995
339 Native Americans: Ocklewaha Indians. 1989
3310 Native Americans: Seminole land claims settlement (1 of 3). 1989
3311 Native Americans: Seminole land claims settlement (2 of 3). 1989
3312 Native Americans: Seminole land claims settlement (3 of 3). 1989


Lawrence A. Harris. 1995

Lawrence A. Harris was an office manager and administrative director on Senator Mack's staff. These files are related to the Subcommittee on Legislative Branch Appropriations, which Mack chaired from 1994-1995. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
3313 Appropriations: Architect of the Capital (AOC) - briefing book. 1995
3314 Appropriations: Congressional Research Service (CRS) and Library of Congress (LOC) - briefing book. 1995
3315 Appropriations: General - briefing book. 1995
3316 Appropriations: Joint Hearing on Downsizing Legislative Branch Support Agencies - briefing book. 1995


Stacy Hughes. 1989-1997 (bulk: 1990-1994)

Stacy Hughes was a legislative assistant for Senator Mack. Her files primarily relate to housing and Haitian refugees. Some of her files appear to belong to Mary Ann Naso and Kim Cobb. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
3317 Housing: AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust (1 of 2). 1994
3318 Housing: AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust (2 of 2). 1994
3319 Housing: Dade County - modernization and rehabilitation. 1991
3320 Housing: Dade County - public housing. 1992
3321 Housing: Fair Housing amendments. 1991
3322 Housing: Farmers Home Administration. 1989
3323 Housing: Federal flood insurance - elevated coverage. 1993
341 Housing: Federal Housing Administration (FHA) - single family initiatives. 1994
342 Housing: Federal Mandate Relief Act (S. 2349) - endorsements. 1992
343 Housing: Federal Mandate Relief Act (S. 2349) - legislation. 1992
344 Housing: Federal Mandate Relief Act (S. 2349) - news clippings. 1992
345 Housing: Federal Mandate Relief Act (S. 2349) - talking points and notes. 1992
346 Housing: Florida Enterprise Zones. 1989
347 Housing: Florida housing tour. 1989-1990
348 Housing: Florida League offices. 1993
349 Housing: Florida's housing data. 1990
3410 Housing: Fort Myers. 1990
3411 Housing: Fort Myers - Lee County. 1994
3412 Housing: Fort Myers - Success Through Academic and Recreational Support (STARS). 1992
3413 Housing: Hearing - revitalizing severely distressed public housing. 1993
3414 Housing: HOME program - amendment - matching requirements. 1991
3415 Housing: HOME program - charts. 1991
3416 Housing: HOME program - "Dear Colleague". 1991
3417 Housing: HOME program - formula. 1991
3418 Housing: Homelessness. 1995
3419 Housing: Homeowner affordability bill - Connie Mack. 1990
3420 Housing: Housing and Community Development Act. 1993
3421 Housing: Housing and Urban Development (HUD) - appropriations bill 1993. 1992
3422 Housing: Housing and Urban Development (HUD) - budget simplified. 1990
3423 Housing: Housing and Urban Development (HUD) - Graham/Mack bills. 1991
3424 Housing: Housing and Urban Development (HUD) - investigation. 1990
3425 Housing: Housing bill conference. 1990
3426 Housing: Housing for Older Persons Act (H.R. 660). 1995
3427 Housing: Housing for People Everywhere (HOPE) program. 1993
3428 Housing: Hurricane - housing needs. 1992
3429 Housing: Jacksonville - Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) funding. 1995
3430 Housing: Letter to President George H. W. Bush. 1989
3431 Housing: Letter to Senator Jack Kemp. 1989
3432 Housing: Low-Income Housing Preservation and Resident Homeownership Act (LIHPRHA) - American Housing Corporation. 1997
3433 Housing: Miami - Seville Place. 1991
351 Housing: Miami - Seville Place amendment. 1992
352 Housing: Multi-family housing projects. 1993
353 Housing: National Affordable Housing Act (S. 566) - Mack amendment. 1990
354 Housing: National Flood Insurance Program - alternatives. 1994
355 Housing: Newspaper clippings. 1990
356 Housing: Opinion editorial - Connie Mack. 1990
357 Housing: Removal of Regulatory Barriers to Affordable Housing Act - Mack amendment. 1992
358 Housing: Rent reform. 1994
359 Housing: Talking points. 1990
3510 Immigration: Haiti (1 of 3). 1990-1993
3511 Immigration: Haiti (2 of 3). 1990-1993
3512 Immigration: Haiti (3 of 3). 1990-1993
3513 Immigration: Haiti - newspaper clippings. 1991
3514 Immigration: Haiti - resolution. 1991-1993


Patrick J. Kearney. 1989-2000

Patrick J. Kearney worked for Senator Mack first as a staff assistant (1989-1990) and then on projects (1990-1991) before becoming a legislative assistant from 1991-2000. His areas of expertise include defense, defense appropriations, the budget, trade, transportation, aviation, customs, and drug interdiction. Specific issues include the Spending Reduction Commission, Florida military bases, the First Gulf War, and the Transportation Empowerment Act.

Also present are the files of Yann H. H. Van Geertruyden and Dawn Teague. Yann worked as a legislative correspondent in Connie Mack's D.C. office from 1995-1998, eventually serving as chief correspondent. He then served as a legislative assistant from 1998-2000 assisting Patrick J. Kearney. Dawn Teague worked as a fellow in the D.C. office. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
3515 Budget: Alternatives to the Clinton plan. 1993
3516 Budget: Appropriations 2001. 2000
3517 Budget: Balanced Budget Amendment. 1992
3518 Budget: Balanced Budget Amendment. 1994-1995
3519 Budget: Budget Enforcement Act. 1990
3520 Budget: Budget primer. 1990-1997
361 Budget: Budget Reconciliation 1996. 1995
362 Budget: Budget Reconciliation 1999. 1998
363 Budget: Budget votes. 1990-1998
364 Budget: Firewalls. 1992
365 Budget: Mack economic budget plan 1994. 1993
366 Budget: National Institutes of Health (NIH). 1997-1998
367 Budget: President's Budget 2000. 1999
368 Budget: Spending Reduction Commission (SRC) - background information. 1993
369 Budget: Spending Reduction Commission (SRC) - bill copy S. 1191. 1993
3610 Budget: Spending Reduction Commission (SRC) - drafts and background material. 1993
3611 Budget: Spending Reduction Commission (SRC) - endorsements. 1995
3612 Budget: Spending Reduction Commission (SRC) - floor graphs. 1993
3613 Budget: Spending Reduction Commission (SRC) - graphs. 1993
3614 Budget: Spending Reduction Commission (SRC) - statements made by Senator Mack in support of the commission. 1993
3615 Budget: Spending Reduction Commission (SRC) - summary. 1993
3616 Budget: Spending Reduction Commission (SRC) - "The 'Cut Spending First' Commission: A Workable Plan to Eliminate the Federal Deficit" by Senator Connie Mack. 1993
3617 Budget: Spending Reduction Commission (SRC) - "The Spending Reduction Commission: A Workable Plan to Balance the Federal Deficit" a legislative proposal by Senator Connie Mack. 1993
3618 Budget: Supplemental. 1993
3619 Defense: Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) bill. 1998
3620 Defense: Appropriations 1992 - Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). 1991
3621 Defense: Appropriations 1994 (1 of 2). 1993
3622 Defense: Appropriations 1994 (1 of 2). 1993
3623 Defense: Appropriations 1994 - CHAMPUS. 1993
3624 Defense: Appropriations 1994 - Department of Defense (DoD) conference items. 1993
3625 Defense: Appropriations 1994 - nuclear non-proliferation technology. 1993
3626 Defense: Appropriations 1995 - Department of Defense (DoD) supplemental rescission. 1995
3627 Defense: Appropriations 1996 - Air Force. 1995
3628 Defense: Appropriations 1996 - Army. 1995
3629 Defense: Appropriations 1996 - Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) hearing. 1995
3630 Defense: Appropriations 1996 - Department of Defense (DoD) Military Authorization bill. 1995
3631 Defense: Appropriations 1996 - Department of Defense (DoD) overview. 1995
3632 Defense: Appropriations 1996 - environmental programs. 1995
3633 Defense: Appropriations 1996 - Navy. 1995
3634 Defense: Appropriations 1997 - Air Force. 1996
3635 Defense: Appropriations 1997 - Army. 1996
3636 Defense: Appropriations 1997 - chemical demilitarization. 1996
3637 Defense: Appropriations 1997 - Department of Defense (DoD) Military Authorization bill. 1996
3638 Defense: Appropriations 1997 - medical programs. 1996
3639 Defense: Appropriations 1997 - National Guard and Army Reserve. 1996
3640 Defense: Appropriations 1997 - Navy. 1996
3641 Defense: Appropriations 1998 - Department of Defense (DoD) Military Authorization bill. 1997
3642 Defense: Appropriations 1999 - Department of Defense (DoD) Military Authorization bill. 1998
3643 Defense: Appropriations 2000. 1999
3644 Defense: Appropriations 2000 - SOUTHCOM. 2000
371 Defense: Appropriations 2000 - STRICOM. 2000
372 Defense: Appropriations - prior year requests.
373 Defense: Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD). 1996
374 Defense: Bosnia. 1995-1996
375 Defense: Corbin cylinders investigation (1 of 2). 1992
376 Defense: Corbin cylinders investigation (2 of 2). 1992
377 Defense: Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BRAC) general. 1995
378 Defense: Defense primer. 1989-1999
379 Defense: Disability compensation. 1991-1992
3710 Defense: Elgin, Air Force Base (AFB) - electronic combat testing. 1996-1998
3711 Defense: Elgin, Air Force Base (AFB) - electronic combat testing - Air Force position. 1994-1997
3712 Defense: Elgin, Air Force Base (AFB) - electronic combat testing - congressional language. 1996
3713 Defense: Elgin, Air Force Base (AFB) - electronic combat testing - delegation memos. 1995-1997
3714 Defense: Elgin, Air Force Base (AFB) - electronic combat testing - General Accounting Office (GAO) material. 1996-1997
3715 Defense: F-22 Raptor Program. 1999
3716 Defense: Florida National Guard - 1998 Budget. 1997
3717 Defense: Florida National Guard - downsizing. 1995
3718 Defense: Guantanamo Bay housing project. 1991
3719 Defense: Gulf War (1 of 2). 1991-1998
3720 Defense: Gulf War (2 of 2). 1991-1998
3721 Defense: Gulf War - 1980s buildup reflected in Gulf War. 1991
3722 Defense: Gulf War - adopt-a-unit. 1990-1991
3723 Defense: Gulf War - casualties list. 1991
3724 Defense: Gulf War - spousal support group. 1990
3725 Defense: Homestead Air Force Base. 1999-2000
3726 Defense: Homestead Air Force Base - reuse. 1995-1997
3727 Defense: Jacksonville area - Blount Island. 1992-1993
3728 Defense: Jacksonville area - Naval Aviation Depot (NADEP). 1993-1998
3729 Defense: Miami - SouthCom (1 of 2). 1994-1998
371 Defense: Miami - SouthCom (2 of 2). 1994-1998
382 Defense: Nomination - Assistant Secretary of Defense - J. Thomas Burch, Jr. 1990-1991
383 Defense: Nomination - Secretary of the Air Force - Daryl Jones. 1998
384 Defense: Orlando - Joint Military Complex. 1998
385 Defense: Orlando - simulation center. 1996
386 Defense: Orlando Naval Training Center. 1995-1997
387 Defense: Pensacola area. 1991-1998
388 Defense: Quadrennial Defense Review (QDR). 1997
389 Defense: Tampa - MacDill Air Force Base. 1991-1994
3810 Drugs: Asset forfeiture. 1992
3811 Drugs: Asset forfeiture. 1992
3812 Drugs: Cuba and drugs. 1997-1998
3813 Drugs: Cuba narcotics draft bill. 1998
3814 Drugs: Detainment of Jim Williams in Ecuador. 1998
3815 Drugs: Drug interdiction (1 of 4). 1998
3816 Drugs: Drug interdiction (2 of 4). 1998
3817 Drugs: Drug interdiction (3 of 4). 1998
3818 Drugs: Drug interdiction (4 of 4). 1998
3819 Drugs: Drug interdiction - correspondence from Federal agencies. 1994-1995
3820 Drugs: Drug interdiction - internal memos. 1994-1995
3821 Drugs: Drug interdiction - miscellaneous documents. 1992-1995
3822 Drugs: Drug interdiction - miscellaneous notes. 1992-1995
3823 Drugs: Drug interdiction - official correspondence. 1994-1995
3824 Drugs: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) briefing - Cuban spies. 1998
3825 Drugs: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) briefing - plot to assassinate Cuban President Fidel Castro. 1998
391 Drugs: Incarceration of Gustave Patrick Valle Matheu in Honduras. 1997-1998
392 Drugs: Interdiction - Mexico. 1999
393 Drugs: Joint Radar Planning Group (JRPG) - Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. 1998
394 Drugs: Western Hemisphere Drug Elimination Act (H.R. 4300) (1 of 2). 1998
395 Drugs: Western Hemisphere Drug Elimination Act (H.R. 4300) (2 of 2). 1998
396 Miscellaneous: Greg Waddell's file on Patrick J. Kearney. 1997
397 Taxes: Hurricane tax relief. 1992-1993
398 Taxes: Like-kind property exchanges. 1989
399 Taxes: Property sale gains extension (S. 2857). 1991-1992
3910 Taxes: Spaceports. 1991-1992
3911 Trade: Caribbean Basin Trade Enhancement Act. 1999
3912 Trade: Caribbean Relief Act of 1999. 1998
3913 Trade: Citrus duty drawback. 1998
3914 Trade: Customs - anti-drug. 1992-1996
3915 Trade: Customs - Bacardi Corporation (1 of 2). 1991
3916 Trade: Customs - Bacardi Corporation (2 of 2). 1991
3917 Trade: Customs - concerns. 1998
3918 Trade: Customs - Florida ports. 1990-1992
3919 Trade: Customs - management. 1999
3920 Trade: Customs - modernization. 1992
3921 Trade: Customs - oversight. 1999
3922 Trade: Customs - P-3 aircraft replacement. 1996
3923 Trade: Customs - pre-clearance. 1998
3924 Trade: Customs - reauthorization. 1998
3925 Trade: Customs service. 1998
3926 Trade: European Union bananas. 1999
3927 Trade: Fast track. 1997
3928 Trade: Fisherman's Protection Act. 1992
3929 Trade: Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA). 1999-2000
3930 Trade: General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). 1994-1996
3931 Trade: General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) II - The Uruguay Round and the World Trade Organization (WTO). 1994
3932 Trade: Japan insurance. 1997-1998
3933 Trade: Joint Economic Committee (JEC) trade hearing. 1999
3934 Trade: Luxury tax on boats (1 of 2). 1991-1994
3935 Trade: Luxury tax on boats (2 of 2). 1991-1994
401 Trade: Lykes Pasco, Inc. drawback. 1998
402 Trade: North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). 1992-1997
403 Trade: North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - Chapter 19. 1999
404 Trade: Northern Ireland Free Trade. 1997
405 Trade: Nuclear Power Duty. 2000
406 Trade: Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Anti-Bribery Convention. 1998
407 Trade: Steel Quota bill. 1999
408 Trade: Tariff. 1991-1992
409 Trade: Trade agreement compliance and enforcement. 1999
4010 Trade: Trade deficits. 1997-1998
4011 Trade: Trade hearing. 1999
4012 Trade: Trade primer. 1991-1999
4013 Trade: Undercharge Equity Act (S. 1675). 1992
4014 Trade: World Trade Organization (WTO) - China. 1999-2000
4015 Trade: Yacht duty deferments. 1995
4016 Transportation: Amtrack. 1992-1996
4017 Transportation: Amtrack. 1992-1996
4018 Transportation: Appropriations 2000. 1999
4019 Transportation: Aviation. 1994-1996
4020 Transportation: Aviation reauthorization. 1992
4021 Transportation: Daytona Beach International Airport. 1998-1999
4022 Transportation: Department of Transportation (DoT) requests. 1996
4023 Transportation: Eastern Airlines strike (1 of 2). 1989
4024 Transportation: Eastern Airlines strike (2 of 2). 1989
4025 Transportation: Fort Myers Airways. 1997-1998
4026 Transportation: Highway Innovation and Cost Savings Act. 1999
4027 Transportation: Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act - Mack opinion editorial. 1996
4028 Transportation: Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act - Mack Resolution (S.Con.Res. 57). 1996
4029 Transportation: International Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) II. 1998-1999
4030 Transportation: International Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) II - Florida high speed rail. 1997
4031 Transportation: Jacksonville Skyway. 1992-1996
411 Transportation: Jones Act waivers (1 of 2). 1995-1996
412 Transportation: Jones Act waivers (2 of 2). 1995-1996
413 Transportation: Miami International Airport. 1992-1995
414 Transportation: National Highway System (NHS) Designation Act (S. 440) Amendment. 1995
415 Transportation: National Highway System (NHS) Designation Act (S. 440) Amendment - talking points. 1995
416 Transportation: Orlando International Airport. 1991-1994
417 Transportation: Orlando light rail (1 of 2). 2000
418 Transportation: Orlando light rail (2 of 2). 2000
419 Transportation: Passenger Vessel Safety Act (1 of 2). 1993
4110 Transportation: Passenger Vessel Safety Act (2 of 2). 1993
4111 Transportation: Phoenix World City cruise ship. 1995-1996
4112 Transportation: Rail passenger car duties. 1989
4113 Transportation: Summary of Transportation Authority requests. 1998
4114 Transportation: Surface Transportation Act. 1991
4115 Transportation: Surface Transportation and Transit Empowerment (STATE) Act. 1997
4116 Transportation: Surface Transportation and Transit Empowerment (STATE) Act - "Dear Colleagues" letters. 1997
4117 Transportation: Surface Transportation and Transit Empowerment (STATE) Act - general. 1996
4118 Transportation: Surface Transportation and Transit Empowerment (STATE) Act - General Accounting Office (GAO). 1997
4119 Transportation: Surface Transportation and Transit Empowerment (STATE) Act - press. 1997
4120 Transportation: Surface Transportation and Transit Empowerment (STATE) Act II - 104th Congress. 1996
4121 Transportation: Surface Transportation and Transit Empowerment (STATE) Act II - 105th Congress. 1997
4122 Transportation: Tampa - Lufthansa air route. 1990
4123 Transportation: Transportation Empowerment Act (TEA) II. 1997
4124 Transportation: Transportation Empowerment Act (TEA) II - coalition list. 1996
4125 Transportation: Transportation Empowerment Act (TEA) II - data and statutes. 1996
4126 Transportation: Transportation Empowerment Act (TEA) II - "Dear Colleagues". 1996-1997
4127 Transportation: Transportation Empowerment Act (TEA) II - information requests. 1996
421 Transportation: Transportation Empowerment Act (TEA) II - model legislation. 1996
422 Transportation: Transportation Empowerment Act (TEA) II - National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) - talking points. 1996
423 Transportation: Transportation Empowerment Act (TEA) II - press conference. 1996
424 Transportation: Transportation Empowerment Act (TEA) II - State endorsements. 1996-1997
425 Transportation: Transportation Empowerment Act (TEA) II - summary. 1996
426 Transportation: Transportation Empowerment Act (TEA) II - tri-fold brochure. 1996
427 Transportation: Truth in Budgeting Act (H.R. 842). 1995-1996
428 Transportation: United States Flag Passenger Vessel Act. 1994-1995


Clarence K. Lee "C.K.". 1991-2000 (bulk: 1996-2000)

Clarence K. Lee, known as "C.K.," worked as a legislative correspondent from 1993-1994 and then as a legislative assistant in 1997 and from 1999-2000. He specialized in banking and finance, flood insurance, disasters, climate change, the environment, and appropriations. Lee's files include appropriations for the year 2000, banking committee material, natural disaster insurance, gasoline, the Everglades, debt relief initiatives, the Financial Modernization Act, the Y2kbug, and securities markets. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
429 Appropriations: Bradenton Housing Authority. 1999
4210 Appropriations: Commerce, Justice, State, and Judiciary appropriations bill requests. 1999
4211 Appropriations: Eclipse Energy. 1999
4212 Appropriations: Everglades - working group. 1999
4213 Appropriations: Florida Center for Climate Prediction at Florida Universities. 1999
4214 Appropriations: Fort Lauderdale - customs. 1999
4215 Appropriations: Interior. 1999
4216 Appropriations: Letters. 1999
4217 Appropriations: Master list for year 2000. 1999
4218 Appropriations: Miami courthouse. 2000
4219 Appropriations: Miami-Dade County. 1999
4220 Appropriations: Mote Marine Laboratory. 1999
4221 Appropriations: Pelican Island. 1999
4222 Appropriations: Request list. 2000
4223 Appropriations: Seminole rest facility. 1999
4224 Appropriations: Sugar price. 1999
4225 Appropriations: Supplemental. 1999
4226 Appropriations: Venice Beach. 1999
4227 Appropriations: Veterans Affairs (VA) and Housing and Urban Development (HUD) project justifications. 1999
4228 Appropriations: West Palm Beach - wetlands. 1999
4229 Banking: Banking Committee information. 2000
4230 Banking: Banking markup. 1999
4231 Banking: International bank branch. 1999
4232 Banking: "Know your customer" rules. 1999
4233 Banking: Merchant banking rules. 2000
4234 Banking: Senate Banking Committee Hearing - New York - February 28-29. 2000
4235 Banking: Shelby-Mack Banking Regulatory Relief legislation (S.1405). 1998-1999
4236 Banking: State bank exam fees. 1999-2000
4237 Disaster: Hurricane Andrew - Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) closeout. 1997
4238 Disaster: Flood insurance subsidy. 1996
4239 Disaster: Natural disaster insurance. 1995-1997
4240 Disaster: Natural disaster insurance. 1997
4241 Disaster: Natural disaster insurance - Policyholder Disaster Protection Act (S. 1914) information (1 of 2). 1999
4242 Disaster: Natural disaster insurance - Policyholder Disaster Protection Act (S. 1914) information (2 of 2). 1999
4243 Disaster: Natural disaster legislation. 1997
4244 Energy: Gas pipeline project. 1999
4245 Energy: Gas prices. 2000
431 Environment: Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) (1 of 2). 1996
432 Environment: Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) (2 of 2). 1996
433 Environment: Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) - New Smyrna Beach property. 1996
434 Environment: Coastal Barrier Resources System (CBRS) - Regency Island Dunes property. 1996
435 Environment: Everglades - 8.5 square mile area. 1998-1999
436 Environment: Everglades - 8.5 square mile area. 1999-2000
437 Environment: Everglades - budget. 1996
438 Environment: Everglades - Homestead Air Force Base (AFB). 1999-2000
439 Environment: Everglades - Homestead Air Force Base (AFB) - amendment. 2000
4310 Environment: Everglades - questions and criticism. 1999
4311 Environment: Everglades - restudy - chief's letter. 1999
4312 Environment: Everglades - restudy - environment comments. 1999
4313 Environment: Everglades - restudy - sugar cane views. 1999
4314 Environment: Everglades - restudy - Westphal letter. 1999
4315 Environment: Everglades - Section 215 arguments. 1999
4316 Environment: Everglades - State of Florida. 1999
4317 Environment: Everglades - state proposals. 2000
4318 Environment: Fisheries Act (S. 39). 1996
4319 Environment: Florida Keys Fisheries Declaration. 1999
4320 Environment: Florida Keys Water Quality Improvements Act. 1999
4321 Environment: Florida Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) - off-shore oil energy bill (S. 736) (1 of 2). 1991-1992
4322 Environment: Florida Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) - off-shore oil energy bill (S. 736) (2 of 2). 1991-1992
4323 Environment: Florida Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) - off-shore oil drilling. 1996-1997
4324 Environment: Florida Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) - off-shore oil drilling - Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) hearing. 1997 January 30
4325 Environment: Manatee. 1996
4326 Environment: Phillippi Creek basin sewerage project. 1996
4327 Environment: Virgin Islands distillery. 1996
4328 Finance: AIDS in Africa. 2000
4329 Finance: Climate change - credit for early action (S. 2617). 1998-1999
4330 Finance: Competitive Market Supervision Act. 2000
4331 Finance: Debt relief - briefing book (1 of 2). 1999
4332 Finance: Debt relief - briefing book (2 of 2). 1999
441 Finance: Debt relief endgame. 2000
442 Finance: Debt relief initiatives (1 of 2). 1999
443 Finance: Debt relief initiatives (2 of 2). 1999
444 Finance: Export Administration Act (1 of 2). 1999
445 Finance: Export Administration Act (2 of 2). 1999
446 Finance: Financial modernization (S. 900) - briefing materials. 1999
447 Finance: Financial modernization (S. 900) - notes/memoranda/amendment drafts (1 of 2). 1999
448 Finance: Financial modernization (S. 900) - notes/memoranda/amendment drafts (2 of 2). 1999
449 Finance: Financial Regulatory Relief and Economic Efficiency Act. 1999
4410 Finance: Financial Services Modernization Act - member meeting amendments. 1999
4411 Finance: Financial Services Modernization Act - talking points and memoranda. 1999
4412 Finance: Freedom from Government Competition Act. 1997
4413 Finance: Government-sponsored Enterprise (GSE) criticism. 2000
4414 Finance: Hearings on the future of securities markets. 2000
4415 Finance: International capital standards. 1999
4416 Finance: International Monetary Fund (IMF) reform. 2000
4417 Finance: National Association of Registered Agents and Brokers (NARAB). 1999
4418 Finance: Nomination - Secretary of the Department of Treasury - Lawrence Summers. 1999
4419 Finance: Nomination - Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) - Joseph Khoury. 1999
4420 Finance: Regulation B letter - Alan Greenspan. 1999
4421 Finance: Securities markets - Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board - Alan Greenspan. 2000
4422 Finance: Securities regulation relief markup. 2000
4423 Finance: Y2K. 1999
4424 Housing: St. Petersburg riots. 1997
4425 Native Americans: Miccosukee Settlement Act. 1997


Ross M. Lindholm. 1989-1994

Ross M. Lindholm's files primarily concern defense and trade legislation. Prominent issues include the Base Closure and Realignment Commission, defense appropriations, Senate Armed Services Committee hearings, and the North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
4426 Defense: AV-8B Harrier II. 1992-1993
451 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - Florida installations (1 of 2). 1993
452 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - Florida installations (2 of 2). 1993
453 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - general (1 of 2). 1993
454 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - general (2 of 2). 1993
455 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - Homestead Air Force Base (AFB). 1993
456 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - Jacksonville. 1993
457 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - MacDill Air Force Base (AFB). 1993
458 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - Orlando Regional Hearing - Cecil Field Naval Air Station (NAS). 1993
459 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - Orlando Regional Hearing - general. 1993
4510 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - Orlando Regional Hearing - Homestead Air Force Base (AFB). 1993
4511 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - Orlando Regional Hearing - Orlando Naval Training Center (NTC). 1993
4512 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - Orlando Regional Hearing - Pensacola Naval Air Depot (NADEP). 1993
4513 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - overall. 1993
4514 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - Panama City. 1993
4515 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - Panama City Naval Coastal Systems Center (NCSC). 1991
4516 Defense: Base Closure and Realignment Commission (BCRC) - Pensacola Naval Air Depot (NADEP). 1993
4517 Defense: Base exchanges vs. Florida retailers. 1991
4518 Defense: Cadmium. 1992
4519 Defense: Coastal patrol boats. 1989
4520 Defense: Commonwealth of Independent States (CID) trip - briefing. 1992
4521 Defense: Confirmation Hearing - United States Secretary of Defense - Les Aspin. 1993
4522 Defense: Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE) Treaty. 1991
4523 Defense: Death benefits (H.R. 2521). 1992
4524 Defense: Defense Appropriations 1993. 1992
4525 Defense: Defense Authorization 1993. 1992
4526 Defense: Defense Authorization 1993. 1992
4527 Defense: Defense Authorization 1994. 1993
4528 Defense: Defense budget issues 1992. 1991
4529 Defense: Defense Industry and Technology (DIT) Subcommittee. 1989-1991
4530 Defense: Defense Issues Book - Office of Senator Connie Mack. 1989
461 Defense: Florida - small contractors. 1991-1992
462 Defense: Florida Department of Defense (DoD) contracts. 1989
463 Defense: Fort Bragg, North Carolina - improvements. 1991
464 Defense: Homestead Air Force Base (AFB) - hurricane. 1992-1993
465 Defense: House Defense Authorization bill 1992. 1991
466 Defense: Hurricane Andrew. 1992
467 Defense: Hurricane Andrew - Interlock concrete construction. 1992
468 Defense: Jacksonville - Aerospace Maintenance Technology and Environmental Compliance Center (AMTEC). 1990-1991
469 Defense: Jacksonville - Naval Air Depot (NAD). 1990
4610 Defense: Meeting with United States Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney. 1992
4611 Defense: Military Traffic Management Command (MTMC). 1992
4612 Defense: Naval strike aircraft. 1989-1990
4613 Defense: Nichols Amendment - section 323 of H.R. 2100. 1991
4614 Defense: Orlando - Department of Defense (DoD) World Cup support. 1992
4615 Defense: Orlando Naval Training Center (NTC). 1991-1994
4616 Defense: Pearl Harbor medals (1 of 2). 1991-1992
4617 Defense: Pearl Harbor medals (2 of 2). 1991-1992
4618 Defense: Pensacola. 1990-1991
4619 Defense: Pensacola - Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) Center. 1992
4620 Defense: Readiness and sustainability. 1991
4621 Defense: Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC). 1992
4622 Defense: Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) - markup preparations (1 of 2). 1991
4623 Defense: Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) - markup preparations (2 of 2). 1991
4624 Defense: Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) hearings (1 of 2). 1992
4625 Defense: Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC) hearings (2 of 2). 1992
4626 Defense: Shipbuilding and Repair Industry Free Trade Act (S. 1361). 1992
471 Defense: Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI). 1991
472 Defense: Strategic Defense Initiative Organization (SDIO). 1991
473 Defense: Tampa - Shipyards (1 of 2). 1992-1993
474 Defense: Tampa - Shipyards (2 of 2). 1992-1993
475 Defense: Total force mix policy. undated
476 Defense: Typhoid vaccine. 1992-1993
477 Defense: USS Lexington. 1991
478 Defense: USS Pittsburg. 1991-1992
479 Defense: Women in combat. 1991
4710 Trade: Cable television. 1990
4711 Trade: Cable TV Consumer Protection Act (S. 12) (1 of 2). 1992
4712 Trade: Cable TV Consumer Protection Act (S. 12) (2 of 2). 1992
4713 Trade: China - favored nation status. 1990
4714 Trade: Comcast cable. 1990-1991
4715 Trade: Communications Competitiveness and Infrastructure Modernization Act. 1991-1992
4716 Trade: Florida trade facts and statistics (1 of 2). 1989-1991
4717 Trade: Florida trade facts and statistics (2 of 2). 1989-1991
4718 Trade: Florida-Venezuela cement trade. 1991
4719 Trade: Log export. 1989
4720 Trade: North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). 1990
4721 Trade: North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - Florida agriculture (1 of 3). 1991
4722 Trade: North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - Florida agriculture (2 of 3). 1991
481 Trade: North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - Florida agriculture (3 of 3). 1991
482 Trade: North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - Mexico. 1991
483 Trade: North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - Robert Tarullo nomination (1 of 3). 1990
484 Trade: North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - Robert Tarullo nomination (2 of 3). 1990
485 Trade: North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - Robert Tarullo nomination (3 of 3). 1990
486 Trade: Pan American satellite. 1992
487 Trade: Public Telecommunications Act. 1991-1992
488 Trade: Telecommunications Competition Act (S. 173) (1 of 2). 1991
489 Trade: Telecommunications Competition Act (S. 173) (2 of 2). 1991


Christopher D. Lord. 1997-1999

Christopher D. Lord served as a special assistant on the Subcommittee on Housing Opportunity and Community Development. Senator Mack chaired the subcommittee in 1998. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
4810 Housing: Housing and Urban Development (HUD) 2020 Management Plan (1 of 2). 1997-1999
4811 Housing: Housing and Urban Development (HUD) 2020 Management Plan (2 of 2). 1997-1999
4812 Housing: Housing and Urban Development (HUD) 2020 Management Plan - General Accounting Office (GAO) documents (1 of 2). 1998-1999
4813 Housing: Housing and Urban Development (HUD) 2020 Management Plan - General Accounting Office (GAO) documents (2 of 2). 1998-1999


Robert N. Mottice. 1989-1992

Robert N. Mottice, known as Bob, served as Senator Mack's Legislative Director from 1988-1994 and later as Executive Director of the Joint Economic Committee from 1995-1996. The files here reflect Mottice's service as Legislative Director and primarily concern issues related to taxes and the economy. Of particular note are the files on capital gains tax legislation. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
4814 Economy: Balanced Budget Amendment. 1992
4815 Economy: Connie Mack's economic speeches. 1993
4816 Economy: Economic freedom index. 1989-1991
491 Economy: Economic Growth Task Force. 1991-1992
492 Economy: Joint Economic Committee. 1990
493 Economy: Line-item veto. 1989
494 Miscellaneous: Hong Kong Resolution. 1991
495 Miscellaneous: Senate Banking Committee. 1989
496 Taxes: Capital gains - Alan Greenspan and Connie Mack hearing. 1991
497 Taxes: Capital gains - briefing book. 1989
498 Taxes: Capital gains - comparison Mack/Graham/Packwood/Administration. 1990
499 Taxes: Capital gains - correspondence. 1989-1992
4910 Taxes: Capital gains - "dear colleague" letters. 1993
4911 Taxes: Capital gains - Department of the Treasury proposal. 1990
4912 Taxes: Capital gains - fact sheet and talking points. 1990
4913 Taxes: Capital gains - Federal Reserve Bank Presidents meeting. 1993
4914 Taxes: Capital gains - indexing. 1991-1992
4915 Taxes: Capital gains - Kasten/Mack and Shelby Bill. 1991
4916 Taxes: Capital gains - letter to Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board Alan Greenspan. 1990
4917 Taxes: Capital gains - letter to President George H. W. Bush. 1992
4918 Taxes: Capital gains - letter to Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell letter. 1990
4919 Taxes: Capital gains - National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) - elderly taxpayers. 1989
4920 Taxes: Capital gains - notes. 1990
4921 Taxes: Capital gains - President Bush's Savings and Economic Growth Act. 1990
4922 Taxes: Capital gains - stock market reaction. 1989
4923 Taxes: Capital gains - talking points. 1989
4924 Taxes: Capital gains - talking points. 1992
4925 Taxes: Capital gains - talking points Kasten/Mack and Shelby bill. 1991
4926 Taxes: DOW Chemical Company - anti-competitive tax laws. 1992
4927 Taxes: Interest and Dividend Income Exclusion Bill. 1992
4928 Taxes: Luxury tax letters. 1992
4929 Taxes: Luxury taxes. 1991-1992
4930 Taxes: Monetary Policy hearing. 1989-1991
4931 Taxes: Overtaxing the elderly. 1990


Mary Anne L. Naso. 1989-1994

Mary Anne L. Naso's files primarily concern education, immigration, and social legislation. Specific issues include the Goals 2000: Educate America Act and the Nicaraguan refugee crisis. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
4932 Education: Florida Chapter 1 funding. 1992
4933 Education: Florida drop out rate. 1989-1990
4934 Education: Florida education spending. 1992
4935 Education: Goals 2000: Educate America Act (S. 1150) (1 of 3). 1993-1994
4936 Education: Goals 2000: Educate America Act (S. 1150) (2 of 3). 1993-1994
501 Education: Goals 2000: Educate America Act (S. 1150) (3 of 3). 1993-1994
502 Education: Impact Aid Program - Brevard County. 1989
503 Education: University of Tampa - Henry B. Plant Hall. 1992
504 Immigration: Chinese nationals. 1990
505 Immigration: Cubans in Panama. 1989-1990
506 Immigration: Emergency Immigration Education Act (EIEA). 1989
507 Immigration: Emergency Immigration Education Act (EIEA) - Government Accounting Office (GAO) audit. 1990
508 Immigration: Florida Refugee Program Report. 1989-1990
509 Immigration: Immigration and Nationality Act. 1992
5010 Immigration: Memoranda. 1989
5011 Immigration: Nicaraguan refugees - Contra aid/Nicaraguan refugee sense of the Senate. 1989
5012 Immigration: Nicaraguan refugees - Florida Republican Delegation letters. 1989
5013 Immigration: Nicaraguan refugees - Government Accounting Office (GAO) fact sheet. 1989
5014 Immigration: Nicaraguan refugees - Graham/Mack bill. 1989
5015 Immigration: Nicaraguan refugees - memoranda. 1989
5016 Immigration: Nicaraguan refugees - refugee assistance funds 1992. 1991
5017 Immigration: Nicaraguan refugees - status report on assistance to Florida. 1990
5018 Immigration: Nicaraguan refugees - targeted assistance. 1991
5019 Immigration: Nicaraguan refugees - Temporary Protected Status (TPS). 1991
5020 Immigration: Nicaraguan refugees (1 of 2). 1989
5021 Immigration: Nicaraguan refugges (2 of 2). 1989
5022 Immigration: Non-immigrant visas. 1991
5023 Immigration: Political asylum reform. 1991-1993
5024 Immigration: Refugee Reauthorization Act. 1988-1991
5025 Social: Abortion - Roe vs. Wade. 1991
5026 Social: Fairness for Adopting Families Act. 1992
5027 Social: Family and Medical Leave bill (S. 5). 1991
5028 Social: Family Planning Amendments (S. 110). 1990
5029 Social: Housing. 1989
5030 Social: Memoranda. 1989
5031 Social: National Institutes of Health (NIH) conference report. 1992
5032 Social: Tax Credit for Families Act (S. 1196). 1989


J. Brian Riley. 1989-1991

J. Brian Riley worked as a staff assistant (1988-1989) and then on projects (1989-1990) before working as a legislative assistant from 1990 to 1991. Riley's files primarily concern transportation issues. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
5033 Transportation: American Airlines. 1991
5034 Transportation: Delta Airlines - Orlando-London route. 1991-1992
5035 Transportation: Florida high speed rail system. 1989-1991
511 Transportation: Great Lakes Set-Aside. 1989
512 Transportation: Pan-American Airlines - breakup. 1991-1992
513 Transportation: Port Canaveral sand transfer (1 of 2). 1989-1991
514 Transportation: Port Canaveral sand transfer (2 of 2). 1989-1991
515 Transportation: Sanford airport tower. 1989


Laurie Rubiner. 1989-1999

Laurie Rubiner worked as a legislative assistant from 1989 to 1992. Her files contain her memoranda to Senator Mack concerning agriculture and foreign relations. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
516 Agriculture: memoranda. 1997-1999
517 Agriculture: memoranda. 1998-1999
518 Foreign Relations: memoranda. 1989


Saul Singer. 1988-1993

Saul Singer worked as a legislative assistant from 1989 to 1995. He specialized primarily in foreign affairs. Specific issues include files related to Cuba, the PLO and Israel and, the Export Administration Act. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
519 Foreign Affairs: Anti-terrorism Act (H.R. 1515). 1989-1990
5110 Foreign Affairs: Asia trip - Hong Kong. 1989
5111 Foreign Affairs: Asia trip - South Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. 1989
5112 Foreign Affairs: Asia trip - South Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan - briefing book. 1989
5113 Foreign Affairs: China. 1993
5114 Foreign Affairs: China - missiles resolution. 1989
5115 Foreign Affairs: Chinese students - veto override (H.R. 2712). 1989-1990
5116 Foreign Affairs: Chinese students - veto override (H.R. 2712). 1990
5117 Foreign Affairs: Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) - Gorbachev. 1989
5118 Foreign Affairs: Correspondence. 1992-1993
5119 Foreign Affairs: Cuba. 1989
5120 Foreign Affairs: Cuba. 1989-1992
5121 Foreign Affairs: Cuba. 1990
5122 Foreign Affairs: Cuba. 1992
521 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - drug hearing. 1989
522 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - embargo. 1989
523 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - embargo. 1989-1990
524 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - embargo. 1990-1992
525 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - Export Administration Act (EAA) amendment. 1990
526 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - nuclear reactors. 1991
527 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - nukes. 1991-1992
528 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - nukes. 1992-1993
529 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - plantados. 1989-1990
5210 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - resolutions. 1993
5211 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - Russian troops (S. 2532). undated
5212 Foreign Affairs: Cuba/Russia deals. 1993
5213 Foreign Affairs: Decade of Freedom and Democracy resolution. 1989
5214 Foreign Affairs: El Salvador trip. 1989
5215 Foreign Affairs: Exon-Florio law. 1992
5216 Foreign Affairs: Export Administration Act - Soviet Union. 1990
5217 Foreign Affairs: Export Administration Act (EAA). 1992-1993
5218 Foreign Affairs: Export Administration Act (EAA) - briefing book (1 of 2). 1994
5219 Foreign Affairs: Export Administration Act (EAA) - briefing book (2 of 2). 1994
5220 Foreign Affairs: Export Administration Act (EAA) - Iraq. 1990
5221 Foreign Affairs: Foreign Assistance Act - Index of Economic Freedom. 1989
5222 Foreign Affairs: Foreign Operations Subcommittee. 1993
5223 Foreign Affairs: Foreign Relations Committee - general. 1989
5224 Foreign Affairs: Haiti. 1992-1993
5225 Foreign Affairs: Hong Kong. 1991
5226 Foreign Affairs: Hong Kong. 1991-1992
5227 Foreign Affairs: Hong Kong. 1993
5228 Foreign Affairs: Indian Ambassador - meeting with Pratap Kaul. 1989
5229 Foreign Affairs: International Monetary Fund (IMF). 1991-1993
5230 Foreign Affairs: International Monetary Fund (IMF) - Soviet membership amendment. 1990-1991
531 Foreign Affairs: Iran. 1993
532 Foreign Affairs: Israel. 1989-1990
533 Foreign Affairs: Israel/Palestine peace process. 1993-1994
534 Foreign Affairs: Jerusalem. 1994
535 Foreign Affairs: Lebanon. 1989
536 Foreign Affairs: Lebanon. 1992-1993
537 Foreign Affairs: Libyan chemical weapons plant. 1989
538 Foreign Affairs: Middle-East affairs - meeting with John Kelly. 1989
539 Foreign Affairs: Newspaper articles for Senator Mack. 1989
5310 Foreign Affairs: Nicaragua. 1993
5311 Foreign Affairs: Nicaragua. 1989
5312 Foreign Affairs: Nicaragua - elections. 1989
5313 Foreign Affairs: Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) - news clippings. 1989
5314 Foreign Affairs: Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) - State Department report - reaction (1 of 2). 1990
5315 Foreign Affairs: Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) - State Department report - reaction (2 of 2). 1990
5316 Foreign Affairs: Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) and Israel. 1989-1994
5317 Foreign Affairs: Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Commitments Compliance Act (S. 763) (1 of 2). 1988-1990
5318 Foreign Affairs: Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Commitments Compliance Act (S. 763) (2 of 2). 1988-1990
5319 Foreign Affairs: Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Commitments Compliance Act (S. 763) (1 of 2). 1989
5320 Foreign Affairs: Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Commitments Compliance Act (S. 763) (2 of 2). 1989
5321 Foreign Affairs: Panama. 1989
5322 Foreign Affairs: Soviet Jewry letter. 1989
5323 Foreign Affairs: Syria. 1992-1993
5324 Foreign Affairs: Syria - restrictions on oil extraction. undated
5325 Foreign Affairs: Television Broadcasting to Cuba Act (S. 375) - TV Marti (1 of 3). 1989
541 Foreign Affairs: Television Broadcasting to Cuba Act (S. 375) - TV Marti (2 of 3). 1989
542 Foreign Affairs: Television Broadcasting to Cuba Act (S. 375) - TV Marti (3 of 3). 1989
543 Foreign Affairs: United Nations Human Rights Committee (UNHRC). 1990


Mary Beth E. Savary-Taylor. 1989-1995

Mary Beth E. Savary (maiden name) Taylor worked as a legislative assistant from 1989 to 1994 and then as General Counsel for the Joint Economic Committee from 1995-1996. She specialized in legislation concerning baseball, health, and judicial issues. Specific issues include the Major League Baseball Anti-trust Exemption, baseball expansion, Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act, Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act, and the Housing Reauthorization bill. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
544 Baseball: Anti-trust Exemption (S. 500) - Baseball Antitrust Coalition. 1993-1994
545 Baseball: Anti-trust Exemption (S. 500) - baseball briefing. 1993
546 Baseball: Anti-trust Exemption (S. 500) - Bud Selig and Don Fehr letters. 1994
547 Baseball: Anti-trust Exemption (S. 500) - Connie Mack baseball press. 1992-1994
548 Baseball: Anti-trust Exemption (S. 500) - Connie Mack baseball statements. 1992-1993
549 Baseball: Anti-trust Exemption (S. 500) - hearing december 10. 1992-1993
5410 Baseball: Anti-trust Exemption (S. 500) - Law Review - "Why St. Petersburg Struck Out: The Federal Baseball Antitrust Exemption" by Connie Mack and Richard M. Blau. 1993
5411 Baseball: Anti-trust Exemption (S. 500) - March hearing in St. Petersburg, Florida. 1993-1994
5412 Baseball: Anti-trust Exemption (S. 500) - memoranda. 1992-1993
5413 Baseball: Anti-trust Exemption (S. 500) - press releases and clippings. 1992-1994
5414 Baseball: Anti-trust Exemption (S. 500) - Report to Senator Connie Mack by the Senator's Advisroy Committee on Baseball Anti-trust. 1992
5415 Baseball: Anti-trust Exemption (S. 500) - Minor Leagues (1 of 2). 1992-1993
5416 Baseball: Anti-trust Exemption (S. 500) - Minor Leagues (2 of 2). 1992-1993
5417 Baseball: Expansion - correspondence and memoranda. 1989-1991
5418 Baseball: Expansion - information. 1989-1990
5419 Baseball: Expansion - press. 1989-1992
5420 Baseball: Expansion - Senate Task Force. 1990
5421 Health: Americans with Disabilities Act (S. 933). 1989-1991
5422 Health: Budget 1991. 1989-1990
5423 Health: Catastrophic Coverage Act. 1989-1990
5424 Health: Clinical Laboratory Approvements Amendments. 1990
551 Health: Florida Hospital Association - capital payments. 1991
552 Health: Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA) - rehabilitation. 1991-1992
553 Health: Homecare. 1989
554 Health: Horizon Institute. 1990
555 Health: Medicaid (1 of 2). 1991-1995
556 Health: Medicaid (2 of 2). 1991-1995
557 Health: Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act (1 of 3). 1988-1989
558 Health: Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act (2 of 3). 1988-1989
559 Health: Medicare Catastrophic Coverage Act (3 of 3). 1988-1989
5510 Health: Miami Project to Cure Paralysis. 1989-1991
5511 Health: North Broward Hospital District. 1992-1993
5512 Health: Provider specific tax. 1990-1991
5513 Health: Redesignated hospitals. 1989
5514 Health: Resource Based Relative Value Scale. 1991
5515 Housing: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) hearings. 1989
5516 Housing: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) hearings - Alan Greenspan. 1989 February 23
5517 Housing: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) hearings - Anchor Savings Bank. 1989 March 10
5518 Housing: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) hearings - credit unions. 1989 March 15
5519 Housing: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) hearings - Danny Wall. 1989 March 1
5520 Housing: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) hearings - Herb Sandler, Ernest M. Fleischer, and Lewis Ranieri. 1989 March 17
5521 Housing: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) hearings - Jerome Blank, Kent Colton, and Willard Gourley, Jr. 1989 March 10
5522 Housing: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) hearings - Nicholas F. Brady. 1989 February 22
5523 Housing: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) hearings - Paul A. Volcker. 1989 February 7
5524 Housing: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) hearings - Richard Darmon. 1989
5525 Housing: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) hearings - William Haraf, Thomas P. Rideout, and O. Jay Tomson. 1989 March 8
561 Housing: Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation (FSLIC) hearings - William Seidman and Robert L. Clarke. 1989 February 28
562 Housing: Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act. 1989
563 Housing: Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act - amendments. 1989
564 Housing: Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act - Mack amendment. 1989
565 Housing: Housing Reauthorization bill. 1992
566 Housing: Housing Reauthorization bill - amendments. 1992
567 Housing: Housing Reauthorization bill - Economic Empowerment amendment. 1992
568 Housing: Housing Reauthorization bill - Home Match amendment. 1992
569 Housing: Housing Reauthorization bill - mixed populations initiative. 1992
5610 Housing: Vertical price fixing. 1989
5611 Judicial: Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration (ADAMHA) Reorganization Act (S. 1306). 1990
5612 Judicial: Bankruptcy Judge appointment (1 of 2). 1991-1992
5613 Judicial: Bankruptcy Judge appointment (2 of 2). 1991-1992
5614 Judicial: Campaign Finance Reform Act. 1990
5615 Judicial: Civil Rights Act - memoranda. 1990
5616 Judicial: Flag Desecration. 1989-1990
5617 Judicial: Florida Federal student loans situation. 1989
5618 Judicial: Gainesville, Florida - murders funding. 1990-1991
5619 Judicial: George C. Young Couthouse and Federal Building. 1993
5620 Judicial: Judicial Nomination and Confirmation Act (S. 910). 1991
5621 Judicial: Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Commission. 1989
5622 Judicial: Narcotics - certification. 1989
5623 Judicial: Narcotics - certification - Bahamas. 1989
5624 Judicial: Narcotics - certification - Mexico. 1989
5625 Judicial: Narcotics - Cuba. 1989
5626 Judicial: Nomination - Director of the National Drug Control Policy Office - Bob Martinez. 1991
5627 Judicial: Nomination - United States Attorney General - Janet Reno. 1993
5628 Judicial: Operation Southern Star - drug fugitive apprehension project. 1990
5629 Judicial: Price Fixing Act (S. 865). 1989-1991
5630 Judicial: Product Liability Fairness Act. 1993
5631 Judicial: Term limits. 1993
5632 Judicial: Terrorism bill. 1989
571 Judicial: Terrorism bill. 1989-1990
572 Judicial: Terrorism bill. 1990
573 Judicial: Voting Rights Amendment. 1992
574 Judicial: Whistleblower Protection Act. 1989
575 Miscellaneous: Bills co-sponsored by Senator Mack. 1989-1991
576 Miscellaneous: Emmet Kelly portrait unveiling. 1989


Gary Mark Shiffman. 1991-2000

Gary Mark Shiffman worked as a legislative assistant from 1997-2000. He specialized in foreign affairs and appropriations for foreign operations. The files are topically arranged by country. Also included are some files created by Lauren C. Ploch, a legislative correspondent working under Gary and some older files created by legislative assistant Saul Singer. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
577 Foreign Affairs: Africa. 1999-2000
578 Foreign Affairs: Albania - letter from President Sali Berisha. 1993 November 26
579 Foreign Affairs: Americas. 1997
5710 Foreign Affairs: Anti-Ballistic Missile (ABM) Treaty. 1998
5711 Foreign Affairs: Argentina - letter to President Carlos Saul Menem. 1995 April 27
5712 Foreign Affairs: Armenia. 1993-1995
5713 Foreign Affairs: Asian financial crisis. 1998
5714 Foreign Affairs: Austria - Austrian-American Day - letter from the Austrian Ambassador to the United States. 1997 October 3
5715 Foreign Affairs: Bosnia. 1994-1996
5716 Foreign Affairs: Cambodia. 1993-1999
5717 Foreign Affairs: Caribbean. 1995-1996
5718 Foreign Affairs: Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). 1995
5719 Foreign Affairs: Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC). 1996-1997
5720 Foreign Affairs: Chile - meeting with President Eduardo Frei Ruiz-Tagle. 1997 February
5721 Foreign Affairs: China. 1997-1999
5722 Foreign Affairs: China - "most favored nation" (MFN) status. 1991-1997
5723 Foreign Affairs: China - detention of Harry Wu. 1995 July 12
5724 Foreign Affairs: China - Hong Kong. 1991-1999
5725 Foreign Affairs: China - Hong Kong - trip. 1997 March
5726 Foreign Affairs: China - human rights. 1995-2000
5727 Foreign Affairs: China - Masters Foundation. 1996-1997
5728 Foreign Affairs: China - Ross Manufacturing Corporation - Revpower. 1993-1997
5729 Foreign Affairs: China - Tibet. 1997-2000
5730 Foreign Affairs: China - Wei Jingsheng - nomination for Nobel Peace Prize. 1994-1998
5731 Foreign Affairs: China (1 of 2). 1997-1998
5732 Foreign Affairs: China (2 of 2). 1997-1998
5733 Foreign Affairs: Colombia. 1994-1995
5734 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - Brothers to the Rescue aircraft shootdown. 1996-2000
5735 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - Elian Gonzales. 1999-2000
5736 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - human rights. 1989-1999
581 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - miscellaneous. 1989-2000
582 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - nuclear power plant. 1993-1997
583 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - refugees. 1992-1999
584 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - sanctions. 1990-2000
585 Foreign Affairs: Cuba - Senator Mack's speeches and statements. 1987-2000
586 Foreign Affairs: Cyprus. 1998-2000
587 Foreign Affairs: East Timor. 1995
588 Foreign Affairs: Ecuador. 1998-1999
589 Foreign Affairs: Egypt - Coptic Christians. 1996-1999
5810 Foreign Affairs: El Salvador. 1997-1998
5811 Foreign Affairs: Export Administration Act (EAA). 1994
5812 Foreign Affairs: Fast track authority. 1998
5813 Foreign Affairs: Foreign operations appropriations FY 1996. 1995
5814 Foreign Affairs: Foreign operations appropriations FY 1997. 1996
5815 Foreign Affairs: Foreign operations appropriations FY 2000 - letter to Senator Mitch McConnell. 1999 May 7
5816 Foreign Affairs: Foreign operations appropriations FY 2001 - letter to Senator Mitch McConnell. 2000 March 10
5817 Foreign Affairs: Foundation for Democracy in Africa. 1995-2000
5818 Foreign Affairs: Germany. 1996-1997
5819 Foreign Affairs: Greece - dispute with Turkey over the Aegean and Cyprus. 1997 July 21
5820 Foreign Affairs: Guatemala. 1994-1996
5821 Foreign Affairs: Haiti. 1995-2000
5822 Foreign Affairs: Human rights. 1999-2000
5823 Foreign Affairs: Index of Economic Freedom. 1989-1994
5824 Foreign Affairs: India. 1997-2000
5825 Foreign Affairs: International Monetary Policy. 1998
5826 Foreign Affairs: Iran. 1997
5827 Foreign Affairs: Iraq. 1993-1999
5828 Foreign Affairs: Ireland. 1991-1998
5829 Foreign Affairs: Ireland - trip - Habitat for Humanity. 1996-2000
5830 Foreign Affairs: Ireland - trip - Ireland-Northern Ireland Cancer Consortium. 1998 January
5831 Foreign Affairs: Ireland - trip - United Prayer Breakfast. 1999 October 3
5832 Foreign Affairs: Israel - economy and trade. 1998 November
5833 Foreign Affairs: Israel - Jerusalem. 1993-1995
5834 Foreign Affairs: Israel - military qualitative edge. 1994-1999
5835 Foreign Affairs: Israel - peace process. 1992-1993
5836 Foreign Affairs: Israel - peace process. 1991-1994
5837 Foreign Affairs: Israel - trip. 1995-2000
5838 Foreign Affairs: Israel - trip. 1999 February
5839 Foreign Affairs: Israel - trip report. 1997 January 30
5840 Foreign Affairs: Jamaica. 1995-1997
5841 Foreign Affairs: Japan. 1993-1998
5842 Foreign Affairs: Jordan. 1994-2000
5843 Foreign Affairs: Kosovo. 1999-2000
5844 Foreign Affairs: Lebanon. 1996-1997
5845 Foreign Affairs: Libya. 1999-2000
5846 Foreign Affairs: Memoranda. 1995-1997
5847 Foreign Affairs: Mexico. 1997
5848 Foreign Affairs: Middle East peace talks. 1993-1999
5849 Foreign Affairs: Miscellaneous. 1995-1999
5850 Foreign Affairs: Narcotics trafficking. 1995
5851 Foreign Affairs: National Endowment for Democracy (NED). 1996-2000
5852 Foreign Affairs: Nicaragua. 1995-2000
5853 Foreign Affairs: Nicaragua and Honduras - trip. 1999 January
5854 Foreign Affairs: North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). 1997-1998
5855 Foreign Affairs: North Korea. 1994-2000
5856 Foreign Affairs: Pakistan. 1995-1999
5857 Foreign Affairs: Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) aid - correspondence with President Bill Clinton. 1995
591 Foreign Affairs: Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO)/Palestinian Authority (PA). 1989-2000
592 Foreign Affairs: Palestinian Authority (PA) - media and school books. 1999
593 Foreign Affairs: Panama. 1995
594 Foreign Affairs: Peru - arrest of Lori Berenson. 1998
595 Foreign Affairs: Poland - foreign aid. 1989
596 Foreign Affairs: Romania. 1997-1999
597 Foreign Affairs: Russia/Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). 1991-2000
598 Foreign Affairs: Sanctions. 1998-1999
599 Foreign Affairs: Saudi Arabia - Gibbs and Hill claim. 1995
5910 Foreign Affairs: Senator Mack's legislative activity - 105th Congress. 1997-1998
5911 Foreign Affairs: Spain - King Juan Carlos I - address to Congress.
5912 Foreign Affairs: Syria. 1991-1994
5913 Foreign Affairs: Taiwan. 1994-2000
5914 Foreign Affairs: Terrorism. 1993-2000
5915 Foreign Affairs: Terrorism - frozen assets hearing. 1999 October 27
5916 Foreign Affairs: Terrorism - justice for victims. 1999-2000
5917 Foreign Affairs: Turkey. 1995-1999


Mark H. Smith. 1990-2000

Mark H. Smith worked as a legislative correspondent from 1989-1992 and then a legislative assistant from 1991-2000. He specialized in issues related to cancer, government affairs, health care, small business, social security, and appropriations. Prominent issues include the Cancer Screening Incentive Act, the Senate Cancer Coalition, and the Food and Drug Administration Modernization Act. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
5918 Cancer: Biomedical Research Commitment Act. 1996-1997
5919 Cancer: Cancer Screening - Connie Mack's chapter. 1993-1994
5920 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act (1 of 2). 1990
5921 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act (2 of 2). 1990
5922 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - American Cancer Society - Courage Award. 1992
5923 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - American Cancer Society - Florida. 1990
5924 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - American Cancer Society - Florida - speech. 1990 September 15
5925 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - American Cancer Society - national. 1990-1991
5926 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - celebrities. 1991
5927 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - "Dear Colleague" responses. 1990
5928 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - articles on cancer. 1990
5929 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - biomedical businesses. 1990
5930 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - cancer centers. 1990
5931 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - cancer foundations. 1990
5932 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - CEO-business endorsements. 1991
5933 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - constituent. 1990
5934 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - constituent. 1991
5935 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - "Dear Colleague" letters. 1991
5936 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - Florida business - endorsements. 1990
5937 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - Florida hospitals. 1990
5938 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - fortune 500. 1991
5939 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - governors. 1991
5940 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - hospice. 1991
5941 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - hospital administrators. 1991
5942 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - mayors/county commissioners. 1991
5943 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - medical associations. 1990-1991
5944 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - national unions. 1991
5945 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - non-medical professional associations. 1991
601 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - physicians assistants. 1990
602 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - resolutions. 1991
603 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - state health officials. 1991
604 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - state legislatures. 1991
605 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - Tip O'Neill. 1991
606 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - university cancer centers. 1990
607 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - Vice-President Dan Quayle. 1991
608 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - correspondence - volunteers - cancer. 1991
609 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - co-sponsors. 1991
6010 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - cost benefit study. 1991
6011 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - Florida state cancer plan. 1991
6012 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - general. 1991
6013 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - HEM Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 1991
6014 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - legislation. 1990
6015 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - legislation. 1991
6016 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - memoranda. 1991
6017 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - National Cancer Institute (NCI). 1990-1991
6018 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - newsletters. 1991
6019 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - press. 1991
6020 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - project management. 1991
6021 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - scheduling. 1990-1991
6022 Cancer: Cancer Screening Incentive Act - Surgeon Generals. 1991
6023 Cancer: Clinical Oncology Conference - speech. 2000 May 19
6024 Cancer: Clinical Research Enhancement Act. 1994-1999
6025 Cancer: House Commerce Committee Hearing. 1991 September 24
6026 Cancer: Human cloning. 1998
6027 Cancer: Immunotoxin symposium - Orlando, Florida. 1992 June 21
6028 Cancer: Medical ethics speech. 1992-1993
6029 Cancer: National Breast Cancer Survivors' Day. 1998
6030 Cancer: National Institutes of Health (NIH) budget resolution amendments. 1998
6031 Cancer: National Kidney Cancer Association - award speech. 1997 October 21
6032 Cancer: National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project (NSABP) - Dingell hearing. 1994 April 13
6033 Cancer: National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project (NSABP) - general. 1994
6034 Cancer: National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project (NSABP) - lumpectomy vs. mastectomy. 1994
6035 Cancer: Senate Cancer Coalition. 1996 June
6036 Cancer: Senate Cancer Coalition - breast cancer. 1997 March
6037 Cancer: Senate Cancer Coalition - cancer and the environment. 1998 July
6038 Cancer: Senate Cancer Coalition - clinical trial coverage. 1995 September 29
6039 Cancer: Senate Cancer Coalition - genetic privacy. 1993 October 4
6040 Cancer: Senate Cancer Coalition - inaugural meeting. 1999 September
6041 Cancer: Senate Cancer Coalition - quality of cancer care. 1994 May 11
611 Cancer: Senate Cancer Coalition - the March Research Task Force. 1998 September
612 Cancer: Tamoxifen - consent. 1992-1994
613 Cancer: Tamoxifen - Food and Drug Administration (FDA) testimony. 1994
614 Cancer: Tamoxifen - prevention trial. 1994-1995
615 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Modernization Act: Access to experimental perscriptions. 1991
616 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Modernization Act: Off-label bill - American Medical Association (AMA). 1997
617 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Modernization Act: Off-label bill - conference. 1997
618 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Modernization Act: Off-label bill - implimenting regulations. 1998
619 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Modernization Act: Off-label bill - labor committee. 1996
6110 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Modernization Act: Off-label bill - language. 1995-1997
6111 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Modernization Act: Off-label bill - media. 1995-2000
6112 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Modernization Act: Off-label bill - organizations con. 1997
6113 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Modernization Act: Off-label bill - organizations pro. 1997
6114 Government Affairs: AIDS care bill (Ryan White). 1990
6115 Government Affairs: AIDS care bill (Ryan White) - reauthorization. 1995
6116 Government Affairs: AIDS care bill (Ryan White) - reauthorization. 2000
6117 Government Affairs: Comprehensive Regulatory Reform Act (S.343). 1995-1996
6118 Government Affairs: Gift ban bill (S. 1935). 1994-1995
6119 Government Affairs: Hurricane Andrew. 1992
6120 Government Affairs: Lobbying Disclosure Act (S. 349). 1994
6121 Government Affairs: National Voter Registration Act (S. 250). 1990-1994
6122 Government Affairs: Post office designation (S. 2404). 1998
6123 Small Business: Enterprise Zones Amendment (S. 1134). 1993
6124 Small Business: Health care reform impact. 1994
6125 Small Business: Minority Enterprise Development Act. 1992
6126 Small Business: Nomination - Administrator of the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) - Erskine B. Bowles. 1993
6127 Small Business: Nomination - Administrator of the United States Small Business Administration (SBA) - Philip Lader. 1994
6128 Small Business: Ross-Wallop-Pressler Small Business Amendment (S. 1134). 1993
6129 Small Business: Small Business Credit and Business Opportunity Enhancement Act (H.R. 4111). 1992
6130 Small Business: Small Business Credit Reform Act. 1993
6131 Small Business: Small Business Defense Conversion Guaranteed Loan Act (S. 1830). 1994
6132 Small Business: Small Business Growth and Revitalization Act. 1992
6133 Small Business: Subcommittee on Competitiveness and Economic Opportunity hearing. 1992 May 13


Vic Wolski. 1992-2000 (bulk: 1997-2000)

Vic Wolski worked as a legislative assistant and General Counsel, tax advisor, on the Joint Economic Committee. He specialized in legislation related to taxes including the capital gains tax, Internal Revenue Service restructuring, and Taxpayer Refund and Relief Act. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
621 Taxes: Affordable Education Act (S. 1134) amendment. 1999
622 Taxes: Affordable Housing Opportunity Act. 1999
623 Taxes: Aviation taxes. 1998
624 Taxes: Cable television. 1998
625 Taxes: Capital gains. 1995-1997
626 Taxes: Capital gains - Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs). 2000
627 Taxes: Capital gains - taxation of farms. 1999
628 Taxes: Capital Gains Simplification Act. 1998
629 Taxes: Charitable split dollar life insurance. 1999
6210 Taxes: Coal Act Amendment - Senator Rockefeller. 1999
6211 Taxes: Community Renewal and New Markets Act. 2000
6212 Taxes: Company-Owned Life Insurance (COLI) policies and annuities. 1998
6213 Taxes: Computer Investment Act. 1997
6214 Taxes: Cuba - expropriated property tax issue. 2000
6215 Taxes: Death Tax Elimination Act. 2000
6216 Taxes: Defense - Foreign Sales Corporation (FSC). 1999-2000
6217 Taxes: Defense Jobs and Trade Promotion Act (S. 2296). 1998
6218 Taxes: District of Columbia Economic Renaissance Act (S. 753). 2000
6219 Taxes: Economic growth (H.R. 4210). 1992
6220 Taxes: Education tax bill. 1998
6221 Taxes: Florida windstorm bill (S. 1136). 1997
6222 Taxes: Fuel Tax Equalization Credit for Substantial Power Takeoff Act. 1999
6223 Taxes: General. 1997-2000
6224 Taxes: Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax Amendments Act. 1999
6225 Taxes: Highway Innovation and Cost Savings Act. 1999
6226 Taxes: Interest exclusion. 1992
6227 Taxes: Internal Revenue Service (IRS) - restructuring and reform bill - amendments. 1998
6228 Taxes: Internal Revenue Service (IRS) - restructuring and reform bill - floor statement. 1998
6229 Taxes: Internal Revenue Service (IRS) - restructuring and reform bill - hearings. 1997-1998
6230 Taxes: Internal Revenue Service (IRS) - restructuring and reform bill - mark-up. 1998
6231 Taxes: Internet Tax Freedom Act. 1998
6232 Taxes: Inventory tax. 1992
6233 Taxes: Joint Economic Committee (JEC) - Stenberg drug plan. 2000
6234 Taxes: Joint Economic Committee (JEC) Hearing - "Economic Growth Through Tax Cuts". 1999 March 4
6235 Taxes: Landfill gas tax credit. 2000
6236 Taxes: Liquidation of duties (S. 1814). 1996
6237 Taxes: Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC). 1999
6238 Taxes: Marriage penalty. 1997-1998
6239 Taxes: Marriage Tax Relief Reconciliation Act. 2000
6240 Taxes: Meal deductions - Federal hours of service. 1997-1999
6241 Taxes: Medical Innovation Tax Credit. 1999
6242 Taxes: Memoranda - Vic Wolski. 1997-1999
6243 Taxes: Mutual of America - Section 809. 1998-2000
6244 Taxes: Opinion editorial - impact of President Reagan - drafts and meeting transcripts. 2000
6245 Taxes: Passive loss (S. 1257). 1991
6246 Taxes: President Bush's tax plan. 2000
6247 Taxes: Printed Circuit Investment Act. 1998-1999
6248 Taxes: Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) - closely held. 1999
6249 Taxes: Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) Modernization Act. 1999
631 Taxes: Repeal of Section 1706 of the 1986 Tax Reform Act. 1997-1998
632 Taxes: Research and Experimentation Tax Credit - extension (S. 1131). 1998
633 Taxes: Retirement savings. 2000
634 Taxes: Revenue estimate requests. 1999-2000
635 Taxes: Revenue estimate requests (1 of 2). 1992-2000
636 Taxes: Revenue estimate requests (2 of 2). 1992-2000
637 Taxes: Roth Lott "Real Jobs for Americans" amendment. 1993
638 Taxes: Section 29 tax credit. 1995-1998
639 Taxes: Senate Committee on Finance hearing - Globalization and International Tax Policy. 1999 March 11
6310 Taxes: Senate Committee on Finance hearing - higher education tax proposals. 1997
6311 Taxes: Senate Committee on Finance hearing - tax shelters. 1999 April
6312 Taxes: Senator Mack's tax cut plan. 1999-2000
6313 Taxes: Shipping income (Carnival cruise line). 1997
6314 Taxes: Software Export Equity Act (S. 387). 1997
6315 Taxes: State catastrophe insurance pools. 1998
6316 Taxes: Tax Extender issues. 1998
6317 Taxes: Tax legislation - drafts. 2000
6318 Taxes: Tax relief - mark-up. 1999
6319 Taxes: Tax relief - Watts/Mack opinion editorial draft. undated
6320 Taxes: Tax Relief Extension Act. 1999
6321 Taxes: Taxpayer Confidentiality Act (S. 1737). 1998
6322 Taxes: Taxpayer Refund and Relief Act. 1999
6323 Taxes: Taxpayer Refund and Relief Act. 1999-2000
6324 Taxes: Taxpayer Refund and Relief Act - beer and wine. 1999
6325 Taxes: Taxpayer Refund and Relief Act - conference report. 1999
6326 Taxes: Taxpayer relief legislation (1 of 2). 1997
6327 Taxes: Taxpayer relief legislation (2 of 2). 1997
6328 Taxes: Timeshare associations. 1998
6329 Taxes: Tip reporting audits. 1997-1998
6330 Taxes: Tobacco - tax avoidance. 1996
6331 Taxes: Treasury Department regulations. 1998
6332 Taxes: University Family Credit (UFC). 1999
6333 Taxes: Utilities - foreign taxes (S. 2630). 1998


1c. Project files. 1989-2000

The project files subseries contains records related to local issues that involved the intervention or assistance of the Mack Senate office. Files typically include correspondence between Mack's office and constitutes in Florida cities or counties on local issues and projects. Often these also include referred correspondence from third parties, usually a federal agency, where the Senator's office liaised on behalf of the constituent. Some files include additional information, such as reports and publications, relating to the issue at hand. The files cover a host of topics (for example, housing, beach erosion, education funding, and agriculture) and provide a good sample of the issues confronting local constituencies.

Files are arranged alphabetically first by county or city, when available, and then by topic.



Box Folder
641 Alachua County - Alachua County Housing Authority. 1992
642 Alachua County - Alachua County Housing Authority - homeless grant. 1997
643 Alachua County - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
644 Alachua County - EPA grant. 1999
645 Alachua County - Weed and Seed program. 1999
646 Apalachicola - Battery Park Marina. 1989-1990
647 Babcock Ranch - proposed state university site. 1991
648 Baker County - Osceola National Forest - Pinhook Swamp. 1989-1991
649 Baldwin - relationship with Jacksonville. 2000
6410 Bell - railroad station preservation project. 1993
6411 Belle Glade - C.L. Brumback Health Center - Migrant/Community Health Centers grant. 1998
6412 Belle Glade - Grove Elementary School - bilingual education grant. 1998
6413 Boca Raton - Florida Atlantic University. 1989-1990
6414 Boca Raton - Florida Atlantic University. 1993
6415 Boca Raton - Florida Atlantic University - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6416 Boca Raton - Florida Atlantic University - Navy Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Center (AUTEC) - relocation. 1992-1993
6417 Bradenton - Bradenton Housing Authority - drug grant. 1998
6418 Bradenton - Bradenton Housing Authority - HOPE VI grant. 1998
6419 Brevard County - beach nourishment. 1996
6420 Brevard County - beach renourishment project - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6421 Broward County. 1991
6422 Broward County - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6423 Broward County - Broward County Housing Authority - homeless grant. 1997
6424 Broward County - buffer zone strip. 1990
6425 Broward County - Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport - Navy transfer. 1992
6426 Broward County - Melaleuca Quarantine Facility construction. 1993
6427 Broward County - narcotics enforcement grant. 1989
6428 Broward County - Nova Southeastern University - National Coral Reef Institute (NCRI). 2000
6429 Broward County - USS Higgins - commissioning. 1998
6430 Cape Coral - Children's Science Center. 1997
6431 Census adjustments for 1990 (1 of 2). 1990-1991
6432 Census adjustments for 1990 (2 of 2). 1990-1991
6433 Central Florida - Veterans' Affairs (VA) medical facility. 1991
6434 Central Florida Community Reinvestment Corporation (CFCRC). 1998
6435 Charlotte County. 1989-1990
6436 Chokoloskee - Smallwood Trading Post Restoration Project. 1991-1992
6437 Citrus County - Sheriff's Office - Division of Emergency Management. 1989-1990
6438 Clearwater - Upper Pinellas Association for Retarded Citizens (UPARC) - supportive housing grants. 1998
6439 Clearwater Pass Bridge replacement. 1991
6440 Collier County - Economic Development Administration (EDA) grant application. 1990
6441 Collier County - Hopewood facility for the elderly. 1989
6442 Collier County - public schools technology innovation challenge grant. 1997
6443 Coral Gables - alleyway project. 1989-1990
651 Coral Springs - Sawgrass Expressway. 1989
652 Cortez Village - Albion Inn preservation. 1991
653 Crestview - Crestview Housing Authority. 1989-1990
654 Crystal River manatee site (1 of 2). 1989-1990
655 Crystal River manatee site (2 of 2). 1989-1990
656 Daytona Beach - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
657 Daytona Beach - Bethune-Cookman College - student union-community services center - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
658 Daytona Beach - Daytona Beach Housing Authority - drug elimination grant. 1989-1990
659 Deerfield Beach - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6510 DeLand - Deland Housing Authority - drug elimination grant. 1997-1998
6511 Deland - Stetson University - library facilities. 1991
6512 Delray Beach - Delray Beach Housing Authority. 1989-1990
6513 Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) - Honduras/Miami drug bust. 1991
6514 Duval County - Maple Leaf shipwreck - National Historic Landmark nomination. 1993
6515 Education - meeting between Senator Mack and Bill Bennett. 1993
6516 Education - meeting between Senator Mack and Clint Bolick. 1993
6517 Education - meeting between Senator Mack and Jack Klenk (Department of Education's Center for Choice). 1993
6518 Escambia County - Navarre Beach land transfer to Santa Rosa County. 1996
6519 Escambia County - utilities authority. 2000
6520 Fanning Springs - water supply emergency. 1992
6521 Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome research grant. 1999
6522 Florida - agriculture - fern industry. 1997
6523 Florida - agriculture appropriations FY 1994. 1993
6524 Florida - Apalachicola River - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6525 Florida - appropriations FY 1998 - memoranda. 1997
6526 Florida - appropriations FY 2001 - House of Representatives "wish list". 2000
6527 Florida - aquaculture. 1994
6528 Florida - Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) - aquatic weed control. 1995
6529 Florida - Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) - Central and Southern Florida Comprehensive Review Study (Restudy). 1998-1999
6530 Florida - beach nourishment project requests. 1999
6531 Florida - beach renourishment projects FY 2001. 2000
6532 Florida - city appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6533 Florida - commerce, justice, and state (CJS) appropriations FY 1994. 1993
6534 Florida - Commerce, Justice, State, and Judiciary appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6535 Florida - Consolidated Federal Funds Report Breakdown FY 1990. 1991
6536 Florida - Department of Defense (DoD) appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6537 Florida - disaster preparedness. 1998-2000
6538 Florida - energy and water appropriations requests. 1995
6539 Florida - energy and water appropriations requests FY 2001. 2000
6540 Florida - energy and water development appropriations FY 2000. 1999
6541 Florida - interior appropriations FY 1994. 1993
6542 Florida - interior appropriations FY 1995. 1994
6543 Florida - interior appropriations requests FY 2001. 2000
6544 Florida - Operation Weed and Seed. 1990
6545 Florida - Pan-American Games bid. 1998
6546 Florida - Solar Car Corporation. 1990-1991
6547 Florida - Treasury, Postal Service, and General Government appropriations FY 2000. 1999
661 Florida - veterans affairs appropriations FY 1994. 1993
662 Florida - Vietnam claims issues. 1990
663 Florida agriculture. 1993
664 Florida agriculture - appropriations FY 2000. 1999
665 Florida agriculture - citrus. 1990-1991
666 Florida agriculture - citrus - canker disease. 1989-1991
667 Florida agriculture - citrus - canker disease - briefing book. 1991
668 Florida agriculture - citrus - freeze. 1989-1990
669 Florida agriculture - citrus - Korean trade - Alar grapefruit ban. 1989
6610 Florida agriculture - citrus - Korean trade - Alar grapefruit ban - briefing material. 1989 August 17
6611 Florida agriculture - citrus - tariff (1 of 2). 1989-1990
6612 Florida agriculture - citrus - tariff (2 of 2). 1989-1990
6613 Florida agriculture - Florida Agribusiness Network for Information and Technical Assistance. 1994
6614 Florida agriculture - Fruit and Vegetable Association. 1990-1991
6615 Florida agriculture - fruits and vegetables - ethylene bisdithiocarbamates (EBDCs) ban. 1990-1991
6616 Florida agriculture - international trade. 1989
6617 Florida agriculture - supplemental appropriations FY 1999. 1999
6618 Florida agriculture - TEMIK brand aldicarb pesticide on potatoes. 1995
6619 Florida agriculture - tomatoes. 1994
6620 Florida agriculture - tomatoes. 1995
6621 Florida contracts - Kuwait reconstruction. 1991
6622 Florida Council on Economic Education - fund for improvement and reform. 1989-1990
6623 Florida dairy farmers. 1991
6624 Florida Department of Corrections - substance abuse treatment program. 1990
6625 Florida Family AIDS Network - Ryan White Title IV Program. 1998
6626 Florida housing - Comprehensive Improvement Assistance Program (CIAP) funding. 1991
671 Florida housing - public housing drug elimination program (1 of 2). 1991
672 Florida housing - public housing drug elimination program (2 of 2). 1991
673 Florida housing - Section 202 housing grant applications. 1991
674 Florida housing - Shimberg Center for Affordable Housing. 1992
675 Florida housing authority poster project. 1990
676 Florida humanitarian aid - Lockerbie, Scotland crash site. 1989
677 Florida Keys - wastewater improvement. 2000
678 Florida project - modified fuels and fuel systems. 1991
679 Florida projects - miscellaneous (1 of 2). 1997-1998
6710 Florida projects - miscellaneous (2 of 2). 1997-1998
6711 Florida wetlands conservation. 1991
6712 Fort Lauderdale - 17th Street Tunnel Project. 1990-1991
6713 Fort Lauderdale - Broward Boulevard. 1998
6714 Fort Lauderdale - Brownfields Assessment Demonstration Pilot grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1998
6715 Fort Lauderdale - Jewish Federation - Supportive Housing for the Elderly Program. 1992
6716 Fort Myers - Brownfields Assessment Demonstration Pilot grant from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1998
6717 Fort Myers - Fort Meyers Housing Authority. 1989-1991
6718 Fort Myers - Fort Meyers Police Department (FMPD) - juvenile crime - Project 180. 1991
6719 Fort Myers - Henry and Clara Ford Home Opening. 1990
6720 Fort Myers - South West Florida International Airport (RSW) - expansion. 1994
6721 Fort Myers - South West Florida Regional Airport - expansion. 1990-1991
6722 Fort Myers - Success Through Academic and Recreational Support (STARS) program. 1990-1991
6723 Gadsden County - Urban Empowerment Zone. 1999
6724 Gainesville - Alachua County Continuum of Care. 1998
6725 Gainesville - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6726 Gainesville - appropriations initiatives FY 2000. 1999
6727 Gainesville - appropriations requests FY 1995. 1994
6728 Gainesville - East Gainesville Sprout project. 1997
6729 Gainesville - food irradiation facility. 1989-1991
6730 Gainesville - Gainesville Regional Utilities (GRU). 1998
681 Gainesville - Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Programs grant. 1999
682 Gainesville - Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC). 1998
683 Gainesville - Regional Community Policing Institute. 1998
684 Gainesville - Regional Transit System (RTS). 1999
685 Gainesville - Sweetwater Branch/Payne's Prairie Stormwater Protection Project. 1998
686 Gainesville - University of Florida - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
687 Gainesville - University of Florida - biotechnology complex. 1990
688 Gainesville - University of Florida - Health Sciences Center. 1989-1991
689 Gainesville - University of Florida - International Agricultural Trade Center. 1994
6810 Gainesville - University of Florida - student support services program. 1991
6811 Gainesville - Weed and Seed program. 1993
6812 Graceville - Northwest Florida Regional Housing Authority - public housing drug elimination. 1990
6813 Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council - seat appointments. 1989-1992
6814 Gulf of Mexico Fishery Management Council - seat appointments. 1998
6815 Hardee County - Rural Empowerment Zone. 1998
6816 Hillsborough County - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6817 Hillsborough County - Hillsborough County School District - bilingual education grant. 1998
6818 Hillsborough County - Hillsborough County School District - technology grant. 1998
6819 Hollywood - Community Revitalization Artists - downtown development of a space for artists. 1989-1990
6820 Hollywood - veterans memorial. 1991
6821 Homestead - Homestead Air Force Base (AFB). 1992
6822 Indian River County - Pelican Island. 1994
6823 Indian River County - Pelican Island - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6824 Israel's 50th Anniversary. 1998
6825 Jacksonville - airport access road. 1995
6826 Jacksonville - beach re-nourishment. 1995
6827 Jacksonville - Blodgett Homes Public Housing Redevelopment project. 1991
6828 Jacksonville - Brownfields Economic Redevelopment Initiative Demonstration Pilot - downtown revitalization. 1995-1996
6829 Jacksonville - courthouse. 1993
6830 Jacksonville - downtown redevelopment meeting. 1992
6831 Jacksonville - Florida Rock Properties - Naval Systems Command. 1992
6832 Jacksonville - housing. 1991
6833 Jacksonville - Housing and Urban Development (HUD) office relocation. 1991
6834 Jacksonville - mass transit sky-way. 1995
6835 Jacksonville - Timucuan Preserve. 1990
6836 Jacksonville - Timucuan Preserve. 1999
6837 Jacksonville - University of North Florida. 1991
6838 Jacksonville District - Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) - flood control and environmental restoration projects. 1995
6839 Jacksonville District - Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) - St. John's River - training wall. 1995
6840 Lake City - Lake City Community College. 1990-1991
6841 Lakeland - aviation. 1989
6842 Lakeland - HOPE VI grant. 1999
6843 Lakeland - Lakeland Housing Authority - HOPE VI grant. 1998
691 Lakeland - Linder Regional Airport. 1998
692 Lee County. 1990-1991
693 Lee County. 1993-1994
694 Lee County - Port Authority - Foreign Trade Zone. 1994-1995
695 Lee County - Sanibel Bridge and Causeway replacement. 1990
696 Manatee County - port authority. 1989
697 Manatee County - wastewater reuse program. 2000
698 Marion County. 1990-1991
699 Melaleuca eradication/power project. 1992
6910 Melbourne Beach - Archie Carr National Wildlife Refuge - turtle refuge. 1990
6911 Miami - airline route negotiations with Spain. 1991
6912 Miami - airport appropriations. 1994
6913 Miami - Barry University. 1998-1999
6914 Miami - Barry University - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6915 Miami - beach nourishment. 1993-1994
6916 Miami - Brickell Avenue Bridge reconstruction. 1989
6917 Miami - Challenge Air Cargo - U.S.-Brazil cargo route. 1992
6918 Miami - City of North Miami. 1991-1992
6919 Miami - courthouse appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6920 Miami - Downtown Development Authority (DDA). 1992
6921 Miami - Dry Tortugas National Park - Fort Jefferson - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6922 Miami - Florida International University. 1991
6923 Miami - Florida International University - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
6924 Miami - Florida International University - Cuba and Haiti transition project. 1993
6925 Miami - Florida Memorial College - defaulted loans. 1989
6926 Miami - Gold Coast Railroad Museum - Hurricane Andrew. 1996
6927 Miami - Greater Miami Service Corps. 1997
6928 Miami - Greater Miami Service Corps. 1998
6929 Miami - Hermanos Al Rescate (Brothers to the Rescue) - request for aircraft. 1992
6930 Miami - High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA). 1991-1992
6931 Miami - housing projects. 1991-1992
6932 Miami - Lock Towns Community Mental Health Center. 1989
6933 Miami - Lock Towns Community Mental Health Center. 1990
6934 Miami - Metro-Dade Police Department (MDPD) - equitable sharing guidelines. 1991
6935 Miami - Metropolitan Detention Center - environmental impact statement. 1990
6936 Miami - Miami Beach - appropriations initiatives FY 2000. 1999
701 Miami - Miami Coalition for the Homeless. 1989-1992
702 Miami - Miami Housing and Urban Development (HUD) office upgrade. 1991-1992
703 Miami - Miami International Airport - Naturalization and Immigration Service (NIS) inspectors staff. 1995
704 Miami - Miami Project to Cure Paralysis - luncheon. 1992 April 29
705 Miami - Miami-Dade Community College. 1991
706 Miami - Miccosukee Tribe - resort and convention center. 1999
707 Miami - performing arts center. 1990
708 Miami - prison construction. 1989-1990
709 Miami - transportation. 1991
7010 Miami - University of Miami - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
7011 Miami - University of Miami - appropriations initiatives FY 2000. 1999
7012 Miami - University of Miami - appropriations requests FY 1994. 1993
7013 Miami - University of Miami - drugs/AIDS intervention among migrant workers study. 1991
7014 Miami - University of Miami - harmful macroalgal blooms on Florida coral reefs. 1996
7015 Miami - University of Miami - Hispanic-Serving Institutions Assisting Communities program. 1999
7016 Miami - University of Miami - parking garage. 1991
7017 Miami - University of Miami - spinal cord injury demonstration center. 1990
7018 Miami - youth-gang drug prevention program. 1990
7019 Miami Beach - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
7020 Miami-Dade County - AmeriCorps. 1994
7021 Miami-Dade County - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
7022 Miami-Dade County - Biscayne National Park - Stiltsville. 1995
7023 Miami-Dade County - HIV/AIDS. 1991
7024 Miami-Dade County - Metro-Dade Housing Authority - HOPE VI grant. 1997
7025 Miami-Dade County - Miami-Dade County Public Schools - bilingual education grant. 1998
7026 Miami-Dade County - public schools. 1990-1991
7027 Miami-Dade County - Urban Empowerment Zone. 1998
7028 Miami-Dade County- Miami-Dade Housing Authority - HOPE VI grant. 1998
7029 Monroe County. 1989-1991
7030 Monroe County - AIDS Help Inc. grant. 1990
7031 Monroe County - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
7032 Monroe County - Key Deer National Refuge. 1990-1991
7033 Monroe County - Monroe County School District grant. 1998
7034 Monroe County - Ohio Key - avifauna habitat protection. 1989-1991
7035 Naples - Naples Airport Authority - air traffic control tower. 1993-1994
7036 Nassau County - King's Bay impact study. 1989
7037 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) project to avoid dislocations. 1996-1997
711 National Breast Cancer Survivor's Day. 1998
712 National Police Officer Monument. 1989
713 New Smyrna Beach - New Smyrna Beach Housing Authority - public housing drug elimination. 1989-1990
714 Newberry - Newberry Electrical Light Plant restoration. 1990
715 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - Florida agriculture industry opinions (1 of 2). 1992-1993
716 North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - Florida agriculture industry opinions (2 of 2). 1992-1993
717 Ocala - 351st MP Company - return from Bosnia-Herezogovenia. 1998
718 Ocala - housing. 1991
719 Ocala - Ocala Housing Authority - HOPE VI grant. 1997
7110 Ocala - Ocala Housing Authority - HOPE VI grant. 1998
7111 Ocala - Ocala National Forest - Silver Glen Springs. 1989
7112 Ocala - Ocala Regional Airport - Florida Emergency Training Facility. 1993
7113 Orange County - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
7114 Orange County - drug court grant. 1998
7115 Orange County - sound lab. 1998
7116 Orange County - transportation appropriations. 1995
7117 Orlando - "Tom Sawyer" downtown revitalization project. 1993
7118 Orlando - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
7119 Orlando - HOPE VI grant. 1999
7120 Orlando - Orlando Housing Authority - HOPE VI grant. 1997
7121 Orlando - Orlando International Airport - customs designation. 1991-1992
7122 Orlando - Orlando International Airport - expansion. 1990-1991
7123 Orlando - Orlando Street Car (OSCAR) Demonstration Project. 1991
7124 Orlando - Orlando Street Car (OSCAR) Demonstration Project. 1991
7125 Orlando - relocation of Navy facilities at Orlando Executive Airport. 1990
7126 Orlando - Urban Empowerment Zone - Parramore District. 1998
7127 Orlando - Valencia Community College. 1990-1991
7128 Orlando - Walt Disney World - I-4 interchange improvements. 1993
7129 Orlando Chamber of Commerce - Washington Fly-in luncheon. 1990 July 18
7130 Ormond Beach - Ormond Beach Performing Arts Center - construction. 1989
7131 Osceola County - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
7132 Palatka - HOPE VI grant. 1999
7133 Palm Beach - Palm Beach International Airport connector. 1995
7134 Palm Beach - widening U.S. 27. 1990
7135 Palm Beach County - appropriations FY 2001. 1999-2000
7136 Palm Beach County - beach restoration project. 1989-1992
7137 Palm Beach International Airport. 1989
7138 Panama City - dredging. 1990
721 Panama City - National Marine Fisheries Service laboratory. 1998
722 Panama City - Panama City Housing Authority. 1990
723 Panama City - Tyndall Air Force Base (AFB) - military construction and housing programs. 1992 December 22
724 Pelican Bay. 1990-1991
725 Pembroke Pines. 1990
726 Pensacola. 1990-1991
727 Pensacola - 300th Anniversary. 1998
728 Pensacola - bay bridge. 1989-1990
729 Pensacola - Naval Air Station (NAS) - ferry dock. 1995
7210 Pensacola - University of West Florida. 1990-1991
7211 Pensacola - USS Lexington. 1989
7212 Pinellas County - Pinellas Plant - nuclear weapons manufacturing facility. 1992-1993
7213 Pinellas County - Weed and Seed proposal. 1993
7214 Pompano Beach - historical beach. 1997
7215 Pompano Beach - Pompano Academy of Aeronautics (PAA). 1997
7216 Port Canaveral - Navy tug and towing services contract. 1989
7217 Punta Gorda - foreign built dredge. 1994
7218 Riviera Beach - appropriations 2001. 2000
7219 Safety Harbor - appropriations 2001. 2000
7220 Santa Rosa County - Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) - Garcon Point Bridge. 1995
7221 Sarasota - Mote Marine Laboratory (MML). 1989-1991
7222 Sarasota - Mote Marine Laboratory (MML). 1991-1992
7223 Sarasota - Mote Marine Laboratory (MML) - priorities for FY 2000. 2000
7224 Sarasota - Ringling Museum of Art. 1992
7225 Sarasota - Sarasota Bay National Estuary Program. 1989
7226 Sarasota - University of Sarasota. 1990
7227 Sarasota County - Blackburn Point Bridge rehabilitation. 1994
7228 Sarasota County - Venice Beach nourishment. 1993-1994
7229 Sarasota County - Venice Beach renourishment project. 1989-1991
7230 Sebring - Harder Hall Golf Course sale. 1991
7231 Sebring Airport Authority. 1989
7232 Sebring Train Station - preservation. 1989
7233 Seminole Tribe - Everglades restoration plan. 1995
7234 Seminole Tribe - Indian gaming - Enzi Amendment. 1999
7235 Southeast Florida - Eastward Ho! - revitalizing Southeast Florida's Urban Core. 1996-1997
7236 St. Augustine - beach nourishment. 1995
7237 St. Augustine - Trinity Episcopal Church - historic preservation. 1993
7238 St. Augustine Historical Society. 1990-1992
731 St. Johns County - sheriff's office - T-41 aircraft. 1990
732 St. John's River Water Management District - Lake Woodruff land acquisition. 1995
733 St. Lucie County - Fort Pierce - Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) - shore protection project. 1995
734 St. Lucie County - Fort Pierce - port deepening project. 1990-1991
735 St. Petersburg - Brownfields Economic Development Initiative (BEDI) program. 1999
736 St. Petersburg - deep injection wells. 1997-1999
737 St. Petersburg - project requests. 1999
738 St. Petersburg - St. Petersburg Housing Authority. 1989-1990
739 St. Petersburg - St. Petersburg Housing Authority. 1991-1992
7310 St. Petersburg - St. Petersburg Housing Authority - HOPE VI grant. 1997
7311 Surfside - Surfside Museum. 1997-1998
7312 Tallahassee - courthouse. 1995
7313 Tallahassee - courthouse. 2000
7314 Tallahassee - Economic Development Initiative (EDI) grant - Frenchtown Arts and Entertainment District. 1998
7315 Tallahassee - Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU). 1990-1991
7316 Tallahassee - Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) - 110th Anniversary. 1997
7317 Tallahassee - Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU) - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
7318 Tallahassee - Florida State University (FSU). 1989-1990
7319 Tallahassee - Florida State University (FSU) - appropriations FY 2001. 2000
7320 Tallahassee - Florida State University (FSU) - Police Corps grant. 1998
7321 Tallahassee - Florida State University (FSU) - Technology Innovation Challenge grant. 1998
7322 Tallahassee - Frenchtown Arts and Entertainment District Economic Development Initiative (EDI). 1999
7323 Tampa - Arena Football League - Tampa Bay Storm White House visit. 1993
7324 Tampa - export only foreign trade subzone. 1993
7325 Tampa - Hillsborough Community College. 1990-1991
7326 Tampa - HOPE III housing grant. 1991-1992
7327 Tampa - HOPE VI grant. 1999
7328 Tampa - Port Sutton Channel. 1989
7329 Tampa - Tampa Housing Authority - HOPE VI grant. 1997-1998
7330 Tampa - University of South Florida - inner cities grant. 1991
7331 Tampa - University of Tampa. 1991
7332 Tampa - University of Tampa - H. B. Plant Hall restoration. 1990
7333 Tampa - Urban Empowerment Zone. 1998
7334 Tampa and Fort Myers - public housing tour - President George H. W. Bush. 1991
741 Trade - Korean pears. 1989-1990
742 Trade - peanut imports. 1991
743 United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) - consolidation plan in Florida. 1995
744 United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) - Northeast Interstate Dairy Compact. 1995
745 USS John Rodgers - decommissioning. 1998
746 Valparaiso - Elgin Air Force Base (AFB) - test range. 1989
747 Volusia County - Daytona Beach - foreign-trade subzone. 1990
748 Walton County - appropriations 2001. 2000
749 West Palm Beach - Homeownership Zone grant. 1998
7410 West Palm Beach - West Palm Beach Housing Authority - drug elimination program. 1993
7411 West Palm Beach - West Palm Beach Housing Authority - HOPE VI grant. 1998


1d. Subject files. 1983-2000 (bulk: 1989-2000)

The subject files subseries contains subject files from Senator Mack's regional Senate office in Miami and files from his main Senate office in Washington, D.C. The files from his Miami office primarily concern Cuba and in particular the Elian Gonzalez affair. Also included are files relating to Haitian and Nicaraguan refugees. The Washington, D.C. files were originally stored just outside Senator Mack's personal office, they cover a wide range of topics and include correspondence, issue files, committee records, clippings, programs, brochures, and other items. Some of these files were removed from the collection by Senator Mack, for his own personal use, prior to receiving the collection. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Regional Senate Office - Miami. 1989-2000


Box Folder
7412 Cuba - Accion Cubana. 1989-1994
7413 Cuba - alleged secret dealings with Cuba. 1994-1995
7414 Cuba - Brothers to the Rescue (Hermanos Al Rescate). 1996-1998
7415 Cuba - Concilio Cubano. 1996
7416 Cuba - Congressman Serrano on lifting the United States embargo on Cuba. 1994 August 12
7417 Cuba - Cuban immigration news clippings. 1990-1991
7418 Cuba - Cuban missiles. 1991
7419 Cuba - Cuban oil drilling impact on the Florida Keys. 1991-1994
7420 Cuba - Cuban Refugee Act. 1990
7421 Cuba - Cuban tugboat incident. 1994
7422 Cuba - Cuban-American Bar Association (CABA). 1989-1996
7423 Cuba - Cubans in Guantanamo Bay. 1994-1995
7424 Cuba - Cubans in Panama. 1990
7425 Cuba - Cuba's fall with world opinion. 1990-1993
7426 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - chronology. 1999-2000
7427 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - Connie Mack floor statement. 2000 January 31
7428 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - Connie Mack floor statement. 2000 March 29
7429 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - Connie Mack floor statement - interviews. 2000 March 29
7430 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - Connie Mack press statements. 2000
7431 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - e-mail correspondence. 2000
7432 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - faxes. 2000
7433 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - legislation. 2000
7434 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - magazines. 2000
7435 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - news articles. 1999 November
7436 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - news articles. 1999 December
751 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - news articles. 2000 January
752 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - news articles. 2000 February
753 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - news articles. 2000 March
754 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - news articles (1 of 2). 2000 April
755 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - news articles (2 of 2). 2000 April
756 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - news articles. 2000 May
757 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - news articles. 2000 June
758 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - news articles. 2000 July
759 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - news articles. 2000 August
7510 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - news articles. 2000 September
7511 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - notes. 2000
7512 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - photocopy of a Cuban grade school reading book. 2000
7513 Cuba - Elian Gonzalez - press releases. 2000
7514 Cuba - "Fidel's final days" - newspaper clippings. 1994
7515 Cuba - human rights. 1989-1996
7516 Cuba - Kennedy-Kruschev Pact. 1989-1995
7517 Cuba - Municipios-Cuba En El Exilio. 1998-1999
7518 Cuba - National Association of Sugar Mill Owners of Cuba, Inc. 1998 March 13
7519 Cuba - Plantados. 1989 November
7520 Cuba - Representacion Cubana Del Exilio. 1994-1997
7521 Cuba - Soviet-Cuban relations. 1991
7522 Cuba - United States-Cuba embargo regulations (1 of 2). 1989-1994
7523 Cuba - United States-Cuba embargo regulations (2 of 2). 1989-1994
7524 Haiti - general (1 of 2). 1989-1998
7525 Haiti - general (2 of 2). 1989-1998
761 Haiti - Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act of 1997. 1997
762 Haiti - Krome detention center. 1991-1992
763 Nicaragua - Nicaraguan refugees. 1997-1998


Senate Office - Washington, D.C. 1983-2000 (bulk: 1989-2000)


Box Folder
764 Agriculture. 1991
765 Arafat, Yasser - meeting with Connie Mack. 1997
766 B-52 bomber. 1990
767 Balanced Budget Amendment. 1997
768 Banking. 1991-1994
769 Banking Committee - financial modernization markup. 1998
7610 Banking Committee floor statement - Affordable Housing Opportunity Act of 1999. 1999 May 12
7611 Baseball. 1994
7612 Book proposal and notes by Rob Grenader concerning Connie Mack and cancer. 1996
7613 Bosnia. 1995
7614 Bosnia/Serbia. 1992
7615 Brazil - devaluation. 1999 January
7616 Budget 1997. 1996-1997
7617 Budget 2000. 1999-2000
7618 Budget. undated
7619 Budget Reconciliation Act. 1993
7620 Campaign 1986. 1986-1987
7621 Cancer. 1989-1991
7622 Cancer. 1997
7623 Capital gains tax reduction. 1989-1992
7624 Center for Security Policy working papers. 1989
7625 Central America - deportation. 1997
7626 Charter schools. 1995
7627 Civil Rights. 1990
7628 Clinton budget and stimulus packages. 1993
7629 Competativeness. 1991-1994
7630 Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty. 1999-2000
7631 Connie Mack office action plans. 1983-1984
7632 Conservative Opportunity Society (COS) Morning Group. 1987
7633 Consumer Price Index (CPI). 1996-1997
7634 Crime. 1994
7635 Crime. 1995-1996
7636 Crist, Charlie - hand written note. undated
7637 Cuba. 1994
7638 Daliberti, David - Florida resident detained in Iraq. 1995
7639 Defense. 1991
7640 Dole, Bob - economic plan. 1995-1996
7641 Dole, Bob - presidential campaign. 1995-1996
7642 Drugs. 1996
7643 Economic Growth and Price Stability Act (S.1266). 1994-1997
771 Economic Task Force. 1993-1994
772 Economics - capital gains. 1989-1991
773 Education. 1992-1994
774 Education. 1997-1999
775 Elian Gonzalez. 1999-2000
776 Elian Gonzalez - Judiciary Hearing. 2000 March 1
777 Everglades. 1994-2000
778 Export Administration Act. 1999 June
779 Federal Reserve nominees. 1997
7710 Floor statements. 1983
7711 Foreign policy. 1995
7712 Frozen terrorist assets. 1996-1999
7713 Gingrich, Newt. 1994-1996
7714 Gulf War. 1991 January
7715 Health care. 1993-1994
7716 Health care - articles and personal notes. 1994
7717 Health care - Catastrophic Health Care legislation. 1987
7718 Health care - "Narrative Matters: Personal Stories and the Making of Health Policy". 2000 March
7719 Housing. 1990
7720 Housing. 1995-1998
7721 Hurricane Andrew. 1992-1993
7722 International Monetary Fund (IMF) - Asia. 1997-1998
7723 Israel. 1992-1999
781 Judicial confirmation hearing statement - James Whittemore. 2000 February 22
782 Judicial confirmation hearing statement - Paul Huck. 2000 June 14
783 Kosovo. 1999
784 Medicaid. 1995-1996
785 Medicare. 1995-1999
786 Medicare reform bill - Breaux/Mack. 1997
787 Mexico. 1994-1998
788 Nicaragua. 1997
789 North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) conference. 1998
7810 Oklahoma City bombing. 1995
7811 Panama Situation Book. 1989
7812 Positions on issues. 1982
7813 Presidential race. 1996
7814 Retirement from the Senate correspondence. 1999
7815 Soviet Union. 1991
7816 Speeches and drafts. 1983
7817 Spending Reduction Commission. 1993
7818 Spending Reduction Commission. 1993-1994
7819 Sugar. 1995-1996
7820 Sugar prices. 1992
7821 Third year of tax cut. 1983
7822 Tobacco bill. 1997-1998
7823 Transportation Empowerment Act. 1997
7824 Vietnam. 1990
7825 Washington, D.C. issues. 1997
7826 Welfare. 1995-1996
7827 Whitewater. 1996


1e. Joint Economic Committee (JEC). 1992-2000 (bulk: 1995-2000)

This subseries covers Senator Mack's long service on the Joint Economic Committee (JEC), as a member from 1991-1993 and then as chairman (1997-1998; 1999-2000) and vice-chairman (1997-1998). The files are arranged alphabetically and contain publications, press clippings, website records, and materials documenting the activities of the Committee. Of particular note are the numerous memoranda from Robert Stein who worked as a Senior Economist on the Joint Economic Committee. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
7828 102nd Congress - news clippings. 1992
7829 102nd Congress - reports. 1992
791 104th Congress - 1st and 2nd Session - publications (1 of 2). 1995-1996
792 104th Congress - 1st and 2nd Session - publications (2 of 2). 1995-1996
793 104th Congress - reports (1 of 2). 1995-1996
794 104th Congress - reports (2 of 2). 1995-1996
795 105th Congress - reports. 1997-1998
796 106th Congress - 1st and 2nd Session - news clippings. 1999-2000
797 106th Congress - 1st Session - publications (1 of 3). 1999
798 106th Congress - 1st Session - publications (2 of 3). 2000
799 106th Congress - 1st Session - publications (3 of 3). 1999
7910 106th Congress - 2nd Session - publications (1 of 2). 2000
7911 106th Congress - 2nd Session - publications (2 of 2). 1999
7912 Dollarization talking points. 2000 March
7913 Economically Targeted Investments - hearing. 1995 May 18
7914 Gwartney, Jim. 1999-2000
7915 Meltzer hearing - International Financial Institution Advisory Commission. 2000 March
7916 Memoranda. 1998
7917 Memoranda - Senior Economist Robert Stein - budget numbers. 1997-1999
7918 Memoranda - Senior Economist Robert Stein - dollarization. 1999
801 Memoranda - Senior Economist Robert Stein - economic indicators. 1996-1999
802 Memoranda - Senior Economist Robert Stein - international issues. 1997-1999
803 Memoranda - Senior Economist Robert Stein - miscellaneous. 1996-1999
804 Memoranda - Senior Economist Robert Stein - Price Stability Act. 1999-2000
805 Memoranda - Senior Economist Robert Stein - social security. 1998-1999
806 National Summit on High Technology. 1999
807 National Summit on High Technology - news clippings. 1999 June
808 National Summit on High Technology - news clippings. 2000 June
809 Policies and Procedures Staff Manual. 1995
8010 Product catalogue (publication formatting). 1996
8011 Schuler, Kurt - senior economist. 1999-2000
8012 Supply side economics hearing. 2000 March
8013 Tax cuts. 1999
8014 Tax cuts and budget surplus hearing. 1999 September 13
8015 Tax policy conference. 1999 May
8016 Website. 1996


1f. Senate Republican Conference. 1995-2000

These files reflect Senator Mack's service as Chairman of the Senate Republican Conference. They primarily contain Senate Recess message packets created under his leadership. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
8017 Conference chair. 1996
8018 General Senate Republican Conference material. 1995-1998
8019 General Senate Republican Conference material (1 of 2). 1998-2000
8020 General Senate Republican Conference material (2 of 2). 1998-2000
8021 History, Rules, and Precedents of the Senate Republican Conference. 1999 October
8022 Impeachment process. 1999 January
8023 Kosovo conference. 1999 April
8024 Recess message packet. 1997 July 30
8025 Recess message packet. 1998 October 8
8026 Recess message packet. 1999 February 11
8027 Recess message packet. 1999 March 25
8028 Recess message packet. 1999 May 25
8029 Recess message packet. 1999 July 4
8030 Recess message packet. 1999 August 5
8031 Recess message packet. 1999 November 10
8032 Recess message packet. 2000 February 10
8033 Recess message packet. 2000 March 9
8034 Recess message packet. 2000 May 25
8035 Recess message packet. 2000 July 27


1g. Floor statements. 1989-2000

This subseries contains a complete run of floor statements made by Connie Mack during his career in the Senate and are indexed by each Congress. House floor statements are not included. This subseries is arranged chronologically.



Box Folder
811 101st Congress. 1989-1990
812 102nd Congress. 1991-1992
813 103rd Congress. 1993-1994
814 104th Congress. 1995-1996
815 105th Congress. 1997-1998
816 106th Congress. 1999-2000


1h. Legislative activity reports. 1988-2000

This subseries contains legislative activity reports, prepared by the Senate Office of the Sergeant at Arms and Committee on Rules and Administration, documenting all of Senator Mack's sponsored and co-sponsored legislation and amendments. Also included is a folder, compiled by Mack's staff at the end of his career, detailing all of his Senate accomplishments. Only Mack's Senate career is represented. This subseries is arranged chronologically.



Box Folder
817 Legislative activities. 1989 January 3-1990 October 28
818 Legislative activities. 1991 January 3-1992 October 9
819 Legislative activities. 1993 January 5-1994 December 1
8110 Legislative activities. 1995 January 4-1996 October 4
821 Legislative activities. 1997 January 7-1998 December 30
822 Legislative activities. 1999 January 6-2000 October 22
823 Senate accomplishments. 1988-2000


1i. Record vote analysis reports. 1989-2000

This subseries contains an analysis of Senator Mack's voting record compiled and written by staff of the Senate Republican Policy Committee. Only Mack's Senate career is represented. This subseries is arranged chronologically.



Box Folder
824 101st Congress - 1st session. 1989 January-July
825 101st Congress - 1st session. 1989 August-November
826 101st Congress - 2nd session. 1990 January-June
827 101st Congress - 2nd session. 1990 July-October
828 102nd Congress - 1st session. 1991 January-June
829 102nd Congress - 1st session. 1991 July-November
8210 102nd Congress - 2nd session. 1992 January-May
8211 102nd Congress - 2nd session. 1992 June-August
8212 102nd Congress - 2nd session. 1992 September-October
8213 103rd Congress - 1st session. 1993 February-May
831 103rd Congress - 1st session. 1993 June-August
832 103rd Congress - 1st session. 1993 September-November
833 103rd Congress - 2nd session. 1994 January-May
834 103rd Congress - 2nd session. 1994 June-July
835 103rd Congress - 2nd session. 1994 August-December
836 104th Congress - 1st session. 1995 January-May
837 104th Congress - 1st session. 1995 May-June
838 104th Congress - 1st session. 1995 July-August
839 104th Congress - 1st session. 1995 September-October
8310 104th Congress - 1st session. 1995 November-December
8311 104th Congress - 2nd session. 1996 January-May
8312 104th Congress - 2nd session. 1996 June-October
841 105th Congress - 1st session. 1997 January-June
842 105th Congress - 1st session. 1997 July-November
843 105th Congress - 2nd session. 1998 January-April
844 105th Congress - 2nd session. 1998 May-October
845 106th Congress - 1st session. 1999 March-August
846 106th Congress - 1st session. 1999 August-November
847 106th Congress - 2nd session. 2000 February-April
848 106th Congress - 2nd session. 2000 May-July


1j. VIP correspondence. 1989-2000

This subseries is organized into two further subseries as staff changed their filing system to be more topical in 1991. The files contain correspondence to and from Congressional colleagues and other officials, including the President of the United States, concerning various issues and legislation. Also included are staff drafts and memoranda. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



VIP correspondence. 1989-1990


Box Folder
849 Administration. 1989 January-March
8410 Administration. 1989 April-June
8411 Administration. 1989 July-September
8412 Administration. 1989 September-December
8413 Administration. 1990 January-May
8414 Administration. 1990 April-June
8415 Administration. 1990 June-September
8416 Administration. 1990 October-December
8417 Congressional. 1989 February-March
8418 Congressional (1 of 2). 1989 April-June
8419 Congressional (2 of 2). 1989 April-June
851 Congressional. 1989 July-September
852 Congressional. 1989 October-December
853 Congressional. 1990 January-May
854 Congressional. 1990 April-June
855 Congressional. 1990 July-September
856 Congressional. 1990 September-December
857 General. 1989 January-March
858 General. 1989 May-June
859 General. 1989 July-October
8510 General. 1989 October-December
8511 General. 1990 January-March
8512 General. 1990 April-June
8513 General. 1990 June-September
8514 General. 1990 October-December


VIP correspondence. 1991-2000


Box Folder
8515 Administrative. 1991-1993
8516 Agriculture. 1991-1992
8517 Agriculture. 1993-1995
8518 Agriculture. 1995-1996
8519 Agriculture. 1997-1998
8520 Banking and finance. 1993-1995
8521 Banking and finance. 1991-1992
8522 Banking and finance. 1995
8523 Banking and Housing Committee (1 of 2). 1991-1992
8524 Banking and Housing Committee (2 of 2). 1991-1992
8525 Budget. 1991-1992
8526 Budget. 1993-1994
8527 Budget. 1999-2000
8528 Communications. 1994
8529 Crime. 1994-1995
8530 Crime. 1995-1996
8531 Defense. 1991-1992
861 Defense. 1993-1994
862 Defense. 1995-1996
863 Defense. 1997-1998
864 Defense. 1999-2000
865 Economy and commerce. 1991-1992
866 Economy and commerce. 1993-1994
867 Economy and commerce. 1995
868 Education. 1991-1992
869 Education. 1993
8610 Education. 1996
8611 Education. 1997
8612 Environment and energy. 1991-1992
8613 Environment and energy. 1993-1994
8614 Environment and energy. 1995-1996
8615 Environment and energy. 1997-1999
8616 Foreign affairs (1 of 2). 1991-1992
8617 Foreign affairs (2 of 2). 1991-1992
8618 Foreign affairs. 1993-1994
8619 Foreign affairs. 1995
8620 Foreign affairs. 1997
8621 Governmental affairs. 1991
8622 Governmental affairs. 1993-1994
8623 Governmental affairs. 1995
8624 Governmental affairs. 1997-1999
8625 Health care. 1991-1992
8626 Health care. 1993-1994
8627 Health care. 1995-1996
8628 Health care (1 of 2). 1997-2000
871 Health care (2 of 2). 1997-2000
872 Housing and urban issues. 1991-1992
873 Housing and urban issues. 1993-1994
874 Immigration issues. 1991-1992
875 Immigration issues. 1993-1994
876 Judiciary and legal affairs. 1991-1993
877 Judiciary and legal affairs. 1991-1994
878 Labor. 1991-1992
879 Senior issues. 1991
8710 Senior issues. 1993-1994
8711 Space. 1994
8712 Space. 1995
8713 Space. 1997-1998
8714 Taxes. 1991-1992
8715 Taxes. 1994
8716 Taxes. 1995-1996
8717 Taxes. 1997
8718 Telecommunications. 1991-1993
8719 Telecommunications. 1993-1994
8720 Trade. 1994-1995
8721 Trade. 1995-1996
8722 Trade. 1997-1998
8723 Trade. 1999-2000
8724 Transportation. 1991-1993
8725 Transportation. 1994
8726 Transportation. 1995-1996
8727 Transportation. 1997-1998
8728 Transportation. 1999-2000
8729 Veterans affairs. 1991-1993
8730 Veterans affairs. 1993-1994
8731 Veterans affairs. 1995
8732 Veterans affairs. 1999-2000
8733 White House. 1993-1994



Series 2: Constituent services. 1983-2000

This series contains a near complete record of constituent mail sent to Mack's office during both his House and Senate career. Also included are form letter libraries and edited drafts of responses from Mack's staff. The House mail is arranged based on a numeric system that was assigned to each response sent by Mack's office and is ordered roughly chronological. The Senate mail is organized by the staff member who responded, typically legislative correspondents, who specialized in particular subject areas. Most of the Senate mail is organized chronologically by the date of response, but some correspondence is organized topically by subject. Aggregate statistical information is also included for some years.

The series is divided into two subseries: 2a. House mail (1983-1988) and 2b. Senate mail (1989-2000).

Mail, including electronic mail, from constituents is restricted for thirty years after the mail was written. Please consult with special collections staff before accessing constituent mail older than thirty years. Reproduction in any format of constituent mail is prohibited. Potential privacy issues prevent the George A. Smathers Libraries from providing permissions to publish constituent mail.



2a. House mail. 1983-1988

The House mail subseries is divided into two further subseries: Form letter library (1980s) and Constituent mail (1983-1988)

Mail, including electronic mail, from constituents is restricted for thirty years after the mail was written. Please consult with special collections staff before accessing constituent mail older than thirty years. Reproduction in any format of constituent mail is prohibited. Potential privacy issues prevent the George A. Smathers Libraries from providing permissions to publish constituent mail.



Form letter library. 1980s


Box Folder
8734 Agriculture. 1980s
8735 Aging. 1980s
8736 Appropriations. 1980s
8737 Armed Services. 1980s
8738 Banking/Finance. 1980s
8739 Budget. 1980s
8740 Casework. 1980s
8741 D.C. 1980s
8742 Energy/Commerce. 1980s
8743 Education/Labor. 1980s
8744 Foreign Affairs. 1980s
8745 Government Operations. 1980s
8746 House Administration. 1980s
8747 Interior/INS. AF. 1980s
8748 Intelligence. 1980s
8749 Judiciary. 1980s
8750 Local Issues. 1980s
8751 Miscellaneous. 1980s
8752 Merchant Marines. 1980s
8753 Narcotics. 1980s
8754 Office Management. 1980s
8755 Post Office/Civil. 1980s
8756 Public Works/Trans. 1980s
8757 Small Business. 1980s
8758 Science/Technology. 1980s
8759 Veterans. 1980s
8760 Ways and Means. 1980s


Constituent mail. 1983-1988


Box Folder
8761 1-999. 1983 January-February
881 1000-1199. 1983 January-February
882 1200-1499. 1983 January-February
883 1500-1999. 1983 February-March
884 2000-2499. 1983 January-March
885 2500-2999. 1983 January-February
886 3000-3499. 1983 February-March
887 3500-3999. 1983 January-February
888 4000-4199. 1983 January-February
889 4200-4499. 1983 January-February
8810 4500-4999. 1983 February
8811 5000-5999. 1983 January-April
8812 6000-6999. 1983 February-March
8813 7014-7927. 1983 February-March
8814 8000-8478. 1983 January-February
8815 8479-8636. 1983 February
8816 8637-8998. 1983 February
8817 9000-9392. 1983 February-April
891 9403-9782. 1983 February
892 10028-10551. 1983 March
893 10552-10696. 1983 March
894 10710-11299. 1983 March
895 11301-11999. 1983 February-March
896 12000-12299. 1983 February-March
897 12300-12999. 1983 February-March
898 13000-13199. 1983 March
899 13200-13599. 1983 March-April
8910 13600-13799. 1983 February-March
8911 13800-13891. 1983 March-April
8912 13892-13999. 1983 March-April
8913 14000-14199. 1983 February-April
8914 14200-14299. 1983 February-March
8915 14300-14399. 1983 February-March
901 14400-14499. 1983 February-March
902 14500-14599. 1983 February-March
903 14600-14799. 1983 February-April
904 14800-14999. 1983 February-April
905 15000-15199. 1983 March-April
906 15200-15396. 1983 March-April
907 15397-15499. 1983 March-April
908 15500-15599. 1983 March-April
909 15600-15799. 1983 April
9010 15800-16099. 1983 March-April
9011 16100-16159. 1983 April-May
9012 16160-16299. 1983 April-May
911 16300-16599. 1983 April-May
912 16600-16999. 1983 April-May
913 17000-17299. 1983 April-May
914 17300-17612. 1983 April-May
915 17613-17668. 1983 April-May
916 17669-17748. 1983 April-May
917 17749-17899. 1983 April-May
918 17901-18299. 1983 April-May
919 18300-18599. 1983 April-May
9110 18600-18899. 1983 April-May
9111 18900-19299. 1983 April-May
9112 19300-19510. 1983 May-June
921 19511-19599. 1983 May-June
922 19600-19899. 1983 June
923 19900-20199. 1983 May-June
924 20200-20499. 1983 January-June
925 20500-20630. 1983 January-June
926 20631-20688. 1983 January-June
927 20689-20799. 1983 January-June
928 20800-20940. 1983 April-June
929 20941-20999. 1983 April-June
9210 21000-21065. 1983 May-June
9211 21066-21100. 1983 May-June
9212 21101-21199. 1983 May-June
9213 21200-21459. 1983 June-July
9214 21460-21599. 1983 June-July
931 21600-21899. 1983 June-July
932 21900-22199. 1983 June-July
933 22200-22267. 1983 May-August
934 22268-22499. 1983 May-August
935 22500-22661. 1983 July-August
936 22662-22699. 1983 July-August
937 22700-22899. 1983 May-August
938 22900-22951. 1983 February-August
939 22952-23099. 1983 February-August
9310 23100-23429. 1983 June-August
9311 23300-23429. 1983 June-August
9312 23430-23500. 1983 June-August
941 23500-23799. 1983 July-August
942 23800-23888. 1983 August-September
943 23889-23929. 1983 August-September
944 23930-23999. 1983 August-September
945 24000-24299. 1983 August-September
946 24300-24384. 1983 September
947 24385-24451. 1983 September
948 24452-24499. 1983 September
949 24500-24566. 1983 September
9410 24567-24631. 1983 September
9411 24632-24699. 1983 September
9412 24700-24899. 1983 September
9413 24900-25099. 1983 September
951 25100-25299. 1983 September
952 25300-25376. 1983 May-September
953 25377-25442. 1983 May-September
954 25443-25499. 1983 May-September
955 25500-25564. 1983 September
956 25565-25699. 1983 September
957 25700-25830. 1983 September
958 25831-25899. 1983 September
959 26200-26399. 1983 September
9510 26400-26453. 1983 September
9511 26454-26501. 1983 September
9512 26502-26599. 1983 September
961 26600-26799. 1983 September
962 26800-26935. 1983 July-September
963 26936-26999. 1983 July-September
964 27000-27199. 1983 September
965 27400-27599. 1983 September
966 27600-27799. 1983 September-October
967 27800-27999. 1983 September-October
968 28000-28124. 1983 September-October
969 28125-28199. 1983 September-October
9610 28200-28399. 1983 September-October
9611 28400-28599. 1983 September
9612 28600-28672. 1983 October
9613 28673-28742. 1983 October
971 28743-28803. 1983 October
972 28804-29099. 1983 September-October
973 29100-29299. 1983 August-October
974 29300-29499. 1983 August-September
975 29500-29699. 1983 August-October
976 29700-29899. 1983 October
977 29900-30099. 1983 October
978 30100-30269. 1983 October-November
979 30270-30299. 1983 October-November
9710 30300-30360. 1983 October-November
9711 30361-30449. 1983 October-November
9712 30450-30499. 1983 October-November
9713 30500-30699. 1983 October-November
9714 30700-30899. 1983 October-November
9715 30900-31099. 1983 October-November
981 31100-31299. 1983 November
982 31300-31499. 1983 November
983 31500-31622. 1983 October-November
984 31623-31699. 1983 October-November
985 31700-31778. 1983 October-November
986 31779-31899. 1983 October-November
987 31900-31967. 1983 October-November
988 31968-32099. 1983 October-November
989 32100-32174. 1983 October
9810 32175-32242. 1983 October
9811 32243-32299. 1983 October
9812 32300-32499. 1983 October-November
9813 32500-32699. 1983 October-November
991 32700-32781. 1983 October-November
992 32782-32899. 1983 October-November
993 32900-32975. 1983 October-November
994 32976-33099. 1983 October-November
995 33100-33202. 1983 October-November
996 33203-33298. 1983 October-November
997 33299-33349. 1983 October-November
998 33350-33499. 1983 October-November
999 33500-33699. 1983 October-November
9910 33700-33783. 1983 October-November
9911 33784-33899. 1983 October-November
9912 33900-34099. 1983 October-December
9913 34100-34299. 1983 December
1001 34300-34701. 1983 October-December
1002 34702-34800. 1983 November-December
1003 34801-34867. 1983 November-December
1004 34868-34899. 1983 November-December
1005 34900-34935. 1983 November-December
1006 34936-35002. 1983 November-December
1007 35001-35043. 1983 September-November
1008 35044-35099. 1983 September-November
1009 35100-35167. 1983 September-December
10010 35168-35199. 1983 September-December
10011 35200-35241. 1983 November-December
10012 35242-35300. 1983 November-December
10013 35301-35499. 1983 October-1984 January
10014 35500-35533. 1984 January
1011 35534-35699. 1984 January
1012 35700-35786. 1984 January
1013 35787-35899. 1984 January
1014 35900-36099. 1984 January
1015 36100-36299. 1984 January
1016 36300-36499. 1984 January
1017 36500-36699. 1984 January
1018 36700-36899. 1984 January
1019 36900-37099. 1984 January
10110 37100-37299. 1984 January
10111 37300-37390. 1984 January
10112 37391-37414. 1984 January
10113 37415-37499. 1984 January
10114 37500-37699. 1984 January
10115 37700-37899. 1984 January
10116 37900-38099. 1984 January-February
1021 38100-38173. 1984 January-February
1022 38174-38299. 1984 January-February
1023 38300-38499. 1984 February
1024 38500-38607. 1984 January-February
1025 38608-38699. 1984 January-February
1026 38700-38899. 1984 January-February
1027 38900-39034. 1984 January-February
1028 39035-39099. 1984 January-February
1029 39100-39299. 1984 January-February
10210 39300-39499. 1984 February
10211 39500-39597. 1984 February
10212 39598-39699. 1984 February
10213 39700-39753. 1984 January-February
10214 39754-39844. 1984 January-February
10215 39845-39899. 1984 January-February
1031 39900-39968. 1984 January-February
1032 39969-40099. 1984 January-February
1033 40100-40299. 1984 February
1034 40300-40499. 1984 February
1035 40500-40699. 1984 February-March
1036 40700-40899. 1984 February
1037 40900-41099. 1984 February-March
1038 41300-41389. 1984 February-March
1039 41390-41499. 1984 February-March
10310 41500-41699. 1984 February-March
10311 41700-41899. 1984 March
10312 41900-42058. 1984 February-March
10313 42059-42099. 1984 February-March
10314 42100-42178. 1984 February
10315 42179-42299. 1984 February
10316 42300-42355. 1984 February-March
1041 42356-42421. 1984 February-March
1042 42422-42451. 1984 February-March
1043 42452-42499. 1984 February-March
1044 42500-42590. 1984 March
1045 42591-42699. 1984 March
1046 42700-42899. 1984 February-March
1047 42900-43099. 1984 February-March
1048 43100-43299. 1984 March
1049 43300-43499. 1984 February-March
10410 43500-43565. 1984 March-April
10411 43566-43699. 1984 March-April
10412 43700-43899. 1984 March-April
10413 43900-44099. 1984 March-April
10414 44100-44299. 1984 March-April
10415 44300-44499. 1984 March-April
10416 44500-44699. 1984 March-April
1051 44700-44899. 1984 March-April
1052 44900-45099. 1984 March-April
1053 45100-45196. 1984 March-April
1054 45197-45299. 1984 March-April
1055 45300-45499. 1984 March-April
1056 45500-45699. 1984 March-April
1057 45900-46099. 1984 March-April
1058 46100-46299. 1984 April
1059 46300-46451. 1984 March-April
10510 46452-46499. 1984 March-April
10511 46500-46569. 1984 March-April
10512 46570-46623. 1984 March-April
10513 46624-46699. 1984 March-April
10514 46700-46899. 1984 March-April
10515 46900-47099. 1984 April-May
10516 47100-47299. 1984 April-May
10517 47300-47499. 1984 April
10518 47500-47699. 1984 April-May
10519 47700-47899. 1984 April-May
10520 48100-48299. 1984 April-May
10521 48300-48499. 1984 April-May
1061 48500-48651. 1984 April-May
1062 48652-48699. 1984 April-May
1063 48700-48899. 1984 April-May
1064 49100-49299. 1984 April-May
1065 49500-49699. 1984 April-May
1066 49700-49899. 1984 May
1067 49900-50099. 1984 May
1068 50100-50299. 1984 May
1069 50300-50451. 1984 April-May
10610 50452-50499. 1984 April-May
10611 50500-50602. 1984 April-May
10612 50603-50699. 1984 April-May
10613 50900-51099. 1984 May
10614 51100-51299. 1984 April-May
10615 51300-51499. 1984 May-June
10616 51500-51799. 1984 April-June
10617 51800-51999. 1984 April-June
10618 52000-52199. 1984 April-June
10619 52200-52320. 1984 May-June
10620 52321-52399. 1984 May-June
10621 52400-52599. 1984 May-June
1071 52600-52747. 1984 May-June
1072 52748-52799. 1984 May-June
1073 52800-52848. 1984 May-June
1074 52849-52899. 1984 May-June
1075 52900-53099. 1984 June-July
1076 53100-53299. 1984 May-June
1077 53300-53499. 1984 June-July
1078 53900-54099. 1984 June-July
1079 54100-54199. 1984 May-July
10710 54200-54399. 1984 June-July
10711 54400-54599. 1984 May-July
10712 54600-54799. 1984 May-July
10713 54800-54999. 1984 July
10714 55000-55131. 1984 April-June
10715 55132-55199. 1984 April-June
10716 55200-55272. 1984 May-July
10717 55273-55315. 1984 May-July
10718 55316-55399. 1984 May-July
10719 55400-55599. 1984 June-August
1081 55600-55799. 1984 June-July
1082 55800-55999. 1984 July-August
1083 56000-56199. 1984 May-August
1084 56400-56599. 1984 August
1085 56600-56799. 1984 August
1086 56800-56999. 1984 August
1087 57000-57199. 1984 July-August
1088 57200-57304. 1984 August-September
1089 57305-57346. 1984 August-September
10810 57347-57399. 1984 August-September
10811 57400-57473. 1984 August-September
10812 57473-57599. 1984 August-September
10813 57600-57677. 1984 August-October
10814 57678-57799. 1984 August-October
10815 57800-57999. 1984 September-October
10816 58000-58199. 1984 August-October
1091 58200-58399. 1984 September
1092 58400-58501. 1984 September-October
1093 58502-58545. 1984 September-October
1094 58546-58599. 1984 September-October
1095 58600-58799. 1984 July-October
1096 58800-58912. 1984 September-October
1097 58913-58999. 1984 September-October
1098 59000-59124. 1984 September-October
1099 59125-59199. 1984 September-October
10910 59200-59399. 1984 September-October
10911 59400-59599. 1984 September-October
10912 59600-59661. 1984 September-October
10913 59662-59799. 1984 September-October
10914 59800-59963. 1984 September-October
10915 59964-59999. 1984 September-October
1101 60000-60117. 1984 September-October
1102 60118-60199. 1984 September-October
1103 60200-60399. 1984 October
1104 60400-60599. 1984 October
1105 60600-60710. 1984 October-November
1106 60711-60799. 1984 October-November
1107 60800-60865. 1984 November
1108 60866-60999. 1984 November
1109 61000-61199. 1984 November
11010 61200-61399. 1984 November-December
11011 61400-61471. 1984 November-December
11012 61472-61599. 1984 November-December
11013 61600-61659. 1984 November-December
11014 61660-61799. 1984 November-December
11015 61800-61934. 1984 November-December
1111 61935-61999. 1984 November-December
1112 62000-62075. 1984 November-December
1113 62076-62135. 1984 November-December
1114 62136-62199. 1984 November-December
1115 62200-62269. 1984 December-1985 January
1116 62270-62334. 1984 December-1985 January
1117 62335-62399. 1984 December-1985 January
1118 62400-62498. 1984 December-1985 January
1119 62499-62558. 1984 December-1985 January
11110 62559-62599. 1984 December-1985 January
11111 62600-62721. 1985 January-February
11112 62722-62799. 1985 January-February
1121 62800-62875. 1985 January-February
1122 62876-62934. 1985 January-February
1123 62935-62999. 1985 January-February
1124 63000-63063. 1985 January-February
1125 63064-63154. 1985 January-February
1126 63155-63199. 1985 January-February
1127 63200-63275. 1984 December-1985 February
1128 63276-63399. 1984 December-1985 February
1129 63400-63483. 1985 January-February
11210 63484-63599. 1985 January-February
11211 63600-63669. 1985 February-March
11212 63670-63756. 1985 February-March
11213 63757-63799. 1985 February-March
1131 63800-63999. 1985 January-February
1132 64000-64199. 1985 February
1133 64200-64304. 1985 February
1134 64305-64399. 1985 February
1135 64400-64599. 1985 February
1136 64600-64704. 1985 February
1137 64705-64765. 1985 February
1138 64766-64799. 1985 February
1139 64800-64908. 1985 January-March
11310 64909-64999. 1985 January-March
11311 65000-65142. 1985 February-March
11312 65143-65199. 1985 February-March
11313 65200-65339. 1985 February-March
1141 65340-65399. 1985 February-March
1142 65400-65484. 1985 March
1143 65485-65599. 1985 March
1144 65600-65626. 1985 March-April
1145 65627-65799. 1985 March-April
1146 65800-65917. 1985 February-March
1147 65918-65999. 1985 February-March
1148 66000-66018. 1985 March-April
1149 66019-66199. 1985 March-April
11410 66200-66399. 1985 March
11411 66400-66599. 1985 March
11412 66600-66799. 1985 March-April
11413 66800-66999. 1985 March-April
11414 67000-67199. 1985 March-April
11415 67200-67399. 1985 March-April
1151 67400-67599. 1985 March-April
1152 67600-67736. 1985 April
1153 67737-67799. 1985 April
1154 67800-67999. 1985 April
1155 68000-68070. 1985 April
1156 68070-68113. 1985 April
1157 68114-68199. 1985 April
1158 68200-68327. 1985 April
1159 68328-68399. 1985 April
11510 68400-68501. 1985 April
11511 68502-68599. 1985 April
11512 68600-68799. 1985 April
11513 68800-68915. 1985 April
11514 68916-68999. 1985 April
1161 69000-69199. 1985 April-May
1162 69200-69266. 1985 April-May
1163 69267-69399. 1985 April-May
1164 69400-69463. 1985 April-May
1165 69464-69599. 1985 April-May
1166 69600-69799. 1985 April-May
1167 69800-69999. 1985 April-May
1168 70000-70136. 1985 April-May
1169 70137-70199. 1985 April-May
11610 70200-70399. 1985 April-May
11611 70400-70480. 1985 April-May
11612 70481-70552. 1985 April-May
11613 70553-70599. 1985 April-May
11614 70600-70723. 1985 May
11615 70724-70799. 1985 May
11616 70800-70999. 1985 April-May
1171 71000-71199. 1985 May
1172 71200-71399. 1985 May-June
1173 71400-71516. 1985 May-June
1174 71517-71599. 1985 May-June
1175 71600-71896. 1985 May-June
1176 71897-71799. 1985 May-June
1177 71800-71999. 1985 May-June
1178 72000-72099. 1985 May-June
1179 72100-72191. 1985 May-June
11710 72192-72232. 1985 May-June
11711 72233-72299. 1985 May-June
11712 72300-72499. 1985 May-June
11713 72500-72553. 1985 June
11714 72554-72699. 1985 June
11715 72800-72925. 1985 June
11716 72926-72999. 1985 June
1181 73000-73065. 1985 June
1182 73066-73199. 1985 June
1183 73200-73399. 1985 June
1184 73400-73482. 1985 June
1185 73483-73599. 1985 June
1186 73600-73799. 1985 June-July
1187 73800-73999. 1985 May-July
1188 80000-80140. 1985 June-July
1189 80141-80199. 1985 June-July
11810 80200-80273. 1985 July
11811 80274-80399. 1985 July
11812 80400-80599. 1985 July
11813 80600-80775. 1985 July
11814 80776-80799. 1985 July
11815 80800-80968. 1985 July-August
11816 80969-80999. 1985 July-August
1191 81000-81199. 1985 July-August
1192 739,500-739,699. 1985 June-July
1193 739,700-739,899. 1985 July
1194 739,900-740,099. 1985 July
1195 740,100-740,299. 1985 July
1196 740,300-740,422. 1985 August
1197 740,423-740499. 1985 August
1198 740,500-740,572. 1985 July-August
1199 740,573-740,599. 1985 July-August
11910 740,600-740,684. 1985 July-August
11911 740,685-740,692. 1985 July-August
11912 740,693-740699. 1985 July-August
11913 740,700-740,729. 1985 July-September
11914 740,730-740,799. 1985 July-September
11915 740,800-740,831. 1985 August-September
11916 740,832-740,899. 1985 August-September
1201 740,900-740,937. 1985 July-September
1202 740,938-740999. 1985 July-September
1203 741,000-741,101. 1985 June-September
1204 741,102-741,199. 1985 June-September
1205 741,200-741,242. 1985 September
1206 741,243-741,299. 1985 September
1207 741,300-741,396. 1985 September-October
1208 741,397-741,438. 1985 September-October
1209 741,439-741,499. 1985 September-October
12010 741,500-741,597. 1985 October
12011 741,598-741,647. 1985 October
12012 741,648-741,699. 1985 October
1211 741,700-741,755. 1985 October
1212 741,756-741,799. 1985 October
1213 741,800-741,842. 1985 September-October
1214 741,843-741,899. 1985 September-October
1215 741,900-741,942. 1985 October-November
1216 741,943-741,999. 1985 October-November
1217 742,000-742,065. 1985 November
1218 742,066-742,100. 1986 November
1219 742,101-742,110. 1985 July-November
12110 742,111-742,127. 1985 July-November
12111 742,128-742,199. 1985 July-November
12112 742,200-742,299. 1985 November-December
1221 742,300-742,399. 1985 October-November
1222 742,400-742,437. 1985 October-November
1223 742,438-742,499. 1985 October-November
1224 742,500-742,539. 1985 October-December
1225 742,540-742,564. 1985 October-December
1226 742,566-742,599. 1985 October-December
1227 742,600-742,643. 1985 October-December
1228 742,644-742,699. 1985 October-December
1229 742,700-742,766. 1985 October-December
12210 742,767-742,799. 1985 October-December
12211 742,800-742,865. 1985 October-December
12212 742,866-742,899. 1985 October-December
12213 742,900-742,932. 1985 December-1986 January
1231 742,933-742,999. 1985 December-1986 January
1232 743,000-743,054. 1986 January
1233 743,055-743,099. 1986 January
1234 743,100-743,135. 1986 January
1235 743,136-743,199. 1986 January
1236 743,200-743,240. 1985 October-1986 January
1237 743,241-743,256. 1985 October-1986 January
1238 743,257-743,299. 1985 October-1986 January
1239 743,300-743,319. 1986 January-February
12310 743,320-743,351. 1986 January-February
12311 743,352-743,399. 1986 January-February
12312 743,400-743,428. 1986 January-February
12313 743,429-743,458. 1986 January-February
1241 743,459-743,499. 1986 January-February
1242 743,500-743,548. 1986 January-February
1243 743,549-743,599. 1986 January-February
1244 743,600-743,647. 1986 January-February
1245 743,648-743,699. 1986 January-February
1246 743,700-743,754. 1986 January-February
1247 743,755-743,799. 1986 January-February
1248 743,800-743,837. 1986 January-February
1249 743,838-743,899. 1986 January-February
12410 743,900-743,952. 1986 January-February
12411 743,953-743,999. 1986 January-February
12412 744,000-744,059. 1986 February-March
1251 744,060-744,099. 1986 February-March
1252 744,100-744,157. 1986 February-March
1253 744,158-744,199. 1986 February-March
1254 744,200-744,227. 1986 March
1255 744,228-744,234. 1986 March
1256 744,235-744,241. 1986 March
1257 744,242-744,267. 1986 March
1258 744,268-744,299. 1986 February-March
1259 744,300-744,332. 1986 March
12510 744,333-744,349. 1986 March
12511 744,350-744,366. 1986 March
12512 744,367-744,399. 1986 March
12513 744,400-744,440. 1986 March
1261 744,441-744,487. 1986 March
1262 744,488-744,499. 1986 March
1263 744,500-744,555. 1986 February-April
1264 744,556-744,599. 1986 February-April
1265 744,600-744,653. 1986 March-April
1266 744,654-744,699. 1986 March-April
1267 744,700-744,745. 1986 March-April
1268 744,746-744,799. 1986 March-April
1269 744,800-744,843. 1986 April
12610 744,844-744,899. 1986 April
12611 744,900-744,951. 1986 April
12612 744,952-744,999. 1986 April
1271 745,000-745,050. 1986 April-May
1272 745,051-745,099. 1986 April-May
1273 745,100-745,149. 1986 April-May
1274 745,150-745,199. 1986 April-May
1275 745,200-745,242. 1986 April-May
1276 745,243-745,299. 1986 April-May
1277 745,300-745,339. 1986 April-May
1278 745,340-745,399. 1986 April-May
1279 745,400-745,448. 1986 April-May
12710 745,449-745,499. 1986 April-May
12711 745,500-745,556. 1986 May-June
12712 745,557-745,599. 1986 May-June
12713 745,600-745,636. 1986 April-June
12714 745,637-745,699. 1986 April-June
1281 745,700-745,744. 1986 May-June
1282 745,745-745,799. 1986 May-June
1283 745,800-745,845. 1986 June-July
1284 745,846-745,899. 1986 June-July
1285 745,900-745,952. 1986 May-July
1286 745,953-745,999. 1986 May-July
1287 746,000-746,032. 1986 May-July
1288 746,033-746,071. 1986 May-July
1289 746,072-746,099. 1986 May-July
12810 746,100-746,142. 1986 May-July
12811 746,143-746,199. 1986 May-July
12812 746,200-746,299. 1986 June-July
1291 746,300-746,349. 1986 July
1292 746,350-746,392. 1986 April-July
1293 746,393-746,399. 1986 April-July
1294 746,400-746,449. 1986 July
1295 746,450-746,499. 1986 July
1296 746,500-746,549. 1986 July-August
1297 746,550-746,579. 1986 July-August
1298 746,580-746,583. 1986 May-August
1299 746,584-746,599. 1986 May-August
12910 746,600-746,618. 1986 May-July
12911 746,619-746,649. 1986 May-July
12912 746,650-746,662. 1986 July-August
12913 746,663-746,665. 1986 July-August
12914 746,666-746,675. 1986 July-August
1301 746,676-746,699. 1986 July-August
1302 746,700-746,715. 1986 July-August
1303 746,716-746,750. 1987 July-August
1304 746,751-746,775. 1986 July-August
1305 746,776-746,799. 1986 July-August
1306 746,800-746,818. 1986 July-August
1307 746,819-746,825. 1986 July-August
1308 746,826-746,853. 1986 July-August
1309 746,854-746,870. 1986 July-August
13010 746,871-746,899. 1986 August
13011 746,900-746,926. 1986 August
13012 746,927-746,937. 1986 August
13013 746,938-746,950. 1986 August
1311 746,951-746,972. 1986 July-August
1312 746,973-746,999. 1986 July-August
1313 747,001-747,018. 1986 July-August
1314 747,019-747,050. 1986 July-August
1315 747,051-747,085. 1986 July-August
1316 747,086-747,086. 1986 July-August
1317 747,087-747,099. 1986 July-August
1318 747,100-747,109. 1986 August-September
1319 747,110-747,125. 1986 August-September
13110 747,126-747,150. 1986 July-September
13111 747,151-747,199. 1986 July-September
13112 747,200-747,231. 1986 August-September
13113 747,232-747,250. 1986 August-September
1321 747,251-747,251. 1986 August-September
1322 747,252-747,252. 1986 August-September
1323 747,253-747,275. 1986 August-September
1324 747,276-747,299. 1986 August-September
1325 747,300-747,325. 1986 August-September
1326 747,326-747,356. 1986 August-September
1327 747,357-747,370. 1986 August-September
1328 747,371-747,399. 1986 August-September
1329 747,400-747,433. 1986 September
13210 747,434-747,475. 1986 September
13211 747,476-747,488. 1986 August-October
13212 747,489-747,499. 1986 August-October
13213 747,500-747,511. 1986 August-September
13214 747,512-747,550. 1986 August-September
1331 747,551-747,583. 1986 September-October
1332 747,584-747,599. 1986 September-October
1333 747,600-747,636. 1986 August-October
1334 747,637-747,699. 1986 August-October
1335 747,700-747,747. 1986 September-October
1336 747,748-747,799. 1986 September-October
1337 747,800-747,850. 1986 September-October
1338 747,851-747,899. 1986 September-October
1339 747,900-747,948. 1986 September-October
13310 747,949-747,999. 1986 September-October
13311 748,000-748,032. 1986 October
13312 748,033-748,050. 1986 October
1341 748,051-748,074. 1986 October-November
1342 748,075-748,099. 1986 October-November
1343 748,100-748,122. 1986 October-November
1344 748,123-748,150. 1986 October-November
1345 748,151-748,178. 1986 October-November
1346 748,179-748,199. 1986 October-November
1347 748,200-748,226. 1986 October-November
1348 748,227-748,250. 1986 October-November
1349 748,251-748,273. 1986 October-November
13410 748,274-748,299. 1986 October-November
13411 748,300-748,331. 1986 November-December
13412 748,332-748,371. 1986 November-December
13413 748,372-748,388. 1986 November-December
13414 748,389-748,389. 1986 November-December
1351 748,753-748,805. 1986 November-1987 February
1352 748,806-748,836. 1987 January-February
1353 748,838-748,864. 1987 February-March
1354 748,865-748,890. 1987 February-March
1355 748,891-748,920. 1987 February-March
1356 748,921-748,948. 1987 February-March
1357 748,949-748,970. 1987 February-March
1358 748,971-748,999. 1987 February-March
1359 749,000-749,036. 1987 February-March
13510 749,037-749,087. 1987 February-March
13511 749,843-749,999. 1987 April
13512 750,431-750,479. 1987 March-May
13513 750,480-750,520. 1987 May
13514 750,521-750,582. 1987 May
13515 750,580-750,629. 1987 May
13516 750,630-750,695. 1987 May-June
1361 750,696-750,764. 1987 May-June
1362 750,765-750,809. 1987 May-June
1363 750,811-750,874. 1987 June
1364 750,875-750,929. 1987 June
1365 751,296-751,351. 1987 June
1366 751,352-751,409. 1987 June
1367 751,410-751, 465. 1987 June
1368 751,466-751,526. 1987 June
1369 751,527-571,578. 1987 June-July
13610 751,579-751,632. 1987 June-July
13611 751,633-751,680. 1987 June-July
13612 751,681-751,739. 1987 June-July
13613 751,740-751,768. 1987 June-July
1371 751,856-752,530. 1987 August
1372 752,531-752,591. 1987 August
1373 752,592-752,634. 1987 August
1374 752,635-752,700. 1987 August
1375 752,701-752,764. 1987 August
1376 752,765-752,821. 1987 August
1377 752,822-752,869. 1987 August-September
1378 752,870-752,911. 1987 September
1379 752,912-752,980. 1987 September
13710 753,038-753,328. 1987 September
13711 753,329-753,351. 1987 September
13712 753,352-753,380. 1987 September-October
1381 753,381-753,414. 1987 September-October
1382 753,415-753,462. 1987 September-October
1383 753,463-753,495. 1987 May-October
1384 753,500-753,542. 1987 October
1385 753,543-753,594. 1987 October
1386 753,595-753,666. 1987 September-October
1387 753,667-753,719. 1987 October
1388 753,720-753,752. 1987 October
1389 753,753-753,797. 1987 October
13810 754,050-754,235. 1987 October-November
13811 754,237-754,295. 1987 November
13812 754,296-754,342. 1987 November
13813 754,343-754,387. 1987 November
1391 754,388-754,448. 1987 November
1392 754,450-754,506. 1987 November
1393 755,114-755,158. 1987 February-November
1394 755,159-755,207. 1987 November-1988 January
1395 755,208-755,231. 1987 December-1988 January
1396 755,232-755,267. 1988 January
1397 755,268-755,320. 1987 December-1988 January
1398 755,321-755,356. 1988 January
1399 755,357-755,382. 1988 January
13910 755,383-755,420. 1988 January
13911 755,421-755,479. 1988 January-February
13912 755,480-755,534. 1988 January-February
13913 755,535-755,585. 1988 January-February
1401 755,845-755,888. 1988 February
1402 755,889-755,896. 1988 February
1403 755,897-755,938. 1988 February
1404 755940. 1988 February
1405 755,941-755,983. 1988 February
1406 755,984-756,020. 1988 February
1407 756,021-756,071. 1988 February-March
1408 756,352-756,403. 1988 February-March
1409 756,404-756,441. 1988 March
14010 756,442-756,483. 1988 March
14011 756,487-756,531. 1988 March
14012 756,753-756,577. 1988 March
1411 756,578-756,623. 1988 March
1412 756,624-756,660. 1988 March
1413 756,661-756,717. 1988 March
1414 756,718-756,758. 1988 March
1415 756,759-756,802. 1988 March
1416 756,803-756,837. 1988 March
1417 757,164-757,187. 1988 April
1418 757,188-757,215. 1988 April
1419 757,216-757,252. 1988 April
14110 757,253-757,303. 1988 April
14111 757,304-757,328. 1988 April
14112 757,329-757,392. 1988 April
1421 757,715-757,772. 1988 May
1422 757,773-757,825. 1988 May
1423 757,826-757,877. 1988 May
1424 757,878-757,928. 1988 May
1425 757,929-757,982. 1988 May
1426 757,983-758,013. 1988 May
1427 758,014-758,079. 1988 May
1428 758,080-758,133. 1988 May
1429 758,134-758,216. 1988 May
14210 758,217-758,280. 1988 May-June
14211 758,281-758,355. 1988 June
14212 758,356-758,434. 1988 June
1431 758,435-758,512. 1988 June
1432 758,513-758,535. 1988 June
1433 758,536-758,589. 1988 June
1434 758,590-758,646. 1988 June
1435 758,647-758,652. 1988 June-July
1436 758,653-758,667. 1988 June-July


2b. Senate mail. 1988-2000

The Senate mail subseries contains 38 different subseries. Included are Reports and statistics generated from the Senate Correspondence Management System, a Form letter library containing staff draft responses that are alphabetized by topic, and Form letter correspondence that is not tied to any specific staff members.

The rest of the Senate mail subseries is arranged by staff members, typically legislative correspondents, who specialized in particular subject areas. Most of the correspondence is organized chronologically by the date of response, but some correspondence is organized topically by subject.

These subseries (listed chronologically) include: John A. Fitch (1988-1989), Christopher O. Howard(1988-1989), Alex C. Jackson (1988-1989), Greg Willhauck (1988-1989), J. Brian Riley (1989-1991), Mary Beth Savary-Taylor (1989-1994), Mary Anne Gauthier (1991-1992), Patrick J. Kearney (1991-1995), Mark H. Smith (1991-2000), Doug A. Friedman (1992-1993), Victoria F. Adams (1993-1995), Kimberly K. Cobb (1993-1994), Cherie N. Lott Haydock (1993-1994), Kevin M. Kolevar (1993), Clarence K. Lee "C. K." (1993-1994), Paul J. Dean (1994-1996), Joe W. Jacquot (1994), Jacqueline Leveille (1994), Andrew Lee Asher (1995-1997), Matthew C. Bazley (1995-1997), Colleen P. Barnett Cresanti (1995-1997), Kristjen M. Nielsen (1995-1996), Ashley Hastings (1996-1998), Kenneth C. "Casey" Otis (1996-1998), Deidra L. Ciriello (1997-1999), Yann H. H. Van Geertruyden (1997-1999), Benjamin Connely Skaggs (1997-1999), Franklin W. Bonner (1998-1999), Graham B. Culp (1999-2000), Jordan C. Paul (1999-2000), Lauren C. Ploch (1999-2000), Carrie A. Schroeder (1999-2000), Stephen M. Cote (2000), Daniel M. Creekman (2000), Barbara E. Watkins (2000)

The collection is open for research with some restrictions. Mail, including electronic mail, from constituents is restricted for thirty years after the mail was written. Please consult with special collections staff before accessing constituent mail older than thirty years. Reproduction in any format of constituent mail is prohibited. Potential privacy issues prevent the George A. Smathers Libraries from providing permissions to publish constituent mail.



Reports and statistics. 1992-2000

These files were generated from the Senate Correspondence Management System, Quorum, in 2000 just before Senator Mack's office closed in order to preserve information that could be sent to the archives. The Quorum Reports only cover the years 1995-2000. The period from 1992-1995 is preserved through weekly reports.



Box Folder
1437 Quorum reports - incoming issue analysis. 1995-2000
1438 Quorum reports - incoming source reports - city. 1995-1997
1439 Quorum reports - incoming source reports - city. 1998-2000
14310 Quorum reports - incoming source reports - county. 1995-2000
14311 Quorum reports - incoming source reports - zip code. 1995-1996
14312 Quorum reports - incoming source reports - zip code. 1997-1998
14313 Quorum reports - incoming source reports - zip code. 1999-2000
14314 Quorum reports - letter summary. 1995
14315 Quorum reports - letter summary. 1996
14316 Quorum reports - letter summary. 1997
14317 Quorum reports - letter summary. 1998
14318 Quorum reports - letter summary. 1999
14319 Quorum reports - letter summary. 2000
14320 Weekly reports. 1992 January-June
14321 Weekly reports. 1992 July-December
1441 Weekly reports. 1993 January-June
1442 Weekly reports. 1993 July-December
1443 Weekly reports. 1994 January-June
1444 Weekly reports. 1994 July-December
1445 Weekly reports. 1995 January-June
1446 Weekly reports. 1995 July-September


Form letter library. 1989-2000


Box Folder
1447 Administrative. 1992-1997
1448 Aging. 1990-1995
1449 Aging. 1996-1997
14410 Agriculture. 1992-2000
14411 Appropriations. 1993-1997
14412 Aviation. 1995-1997
14413 Banking. 1990-2000
14414 Budget. 1992-2000
14415 Communications. 1993-1998
14416 Defense. 1990-1996
14417 Defense. 1997-1999
1451 Economy and Commerce. 1992-2000
1452 Education. 1992-1995
1453 Education. 1996-1998
1454 Energy. 1992-2000
1455 Environment. 1989-1995
1456 Environment. 1996 February-1997 April
1457 Environment. 1997 May-October
1458 Environment. 1998-2000
1459 Family. 1992-2000
14510 Foreign Affairs. 1989-1995
14511 Foreign Affairs. 1996-1997
14512 Foreign Affairs. 1998-2000
14513 Government Affairs. 1989-1994
14514 Government Affairs. 1995-1996
1461 Government Affairs. 1997-2000
1462 Health. 1989-1993
1463 Health. 1994
1464 Health. 1995
1465 Health. 1996
1466 Health. 1997
1467 Health. 1998
1468 Health. 1999-2000
1469 Housing. 1991-2000
14610 Immigration. 1991-2000
14611 Judiciary. 1989-1993
1471 Judiciary. 1994-1995
1472 Judiciary. 1996
1473 Judiciary. 1997
1474 Judiciary. 1998-2000
1475 Labor. 1989-1995
1476 Labor. 1996-2000
1477 Tax. 1989-1995
1478 Tax. 1996-2000
1479 Trade. 1993-1999
14710 Transportation. 1996-1999
14711 Veterans. 1989-2000
14712 Welfare. 1992-1998


Form letter correspondence. 1989

These files cannot be tied to a specific staff member and most likely received form letter responses. The bulk of this subseries contains letters concerning the catastrophic health care bill.



Box Folder
14713 Capital gains tax. 1989 July
14714 Catastrophic health care bill (1 of 17). 1989 January
1481 Catastrophic health care bill (2 of 17). 1989 January
1482 Catastrophic health care bill (3 of 17). 1989 January
1483 Catastrophic health care bill (4 of 17). 1989 January
1484 Catastrophic health care bill (5 of 17). 1989 January
1485 Catastrophic health care bill (6 of 17). 1989 January
1486 Catastrophic health care bill (7 of 17). 1989 January
1487 Catastrophic health care bill (8 of 17). 1989 January
1488 Catastrophic health care bill (9 of 17). 1989 January
1489 Catastrophic health care bill (10 of 17). 1989 January
14810 Catastrophic health care bill (11 of 17). 1989 January
14811 Catastrophic health care bill (12 of 17). 1989 January
14812 Catastrophic health care bill (13 of 17). 1989 January
14813 Catastrophic health care bill (14 of 17). 1989 January
14814 Catastrophic health care bill (15 of 17). 1989 January
14815 Catastrophic health care bill (16 of 17). 1989 January
1491 Catastrophic health care bill (17 of 17). 1989 January
1492 Catastrophic health care bill. 1989 February
1493 Catastrophic health care bill. 1989 March
1494 Catastrophic health care bill. 1989 April
1495 Catastrophic health care bill. 1989 June
1496 Catastrophic health care bill. 1989 July
1497 Catastrophic health care bill - form letters. 1989 January
1498 Coal Slurry Pipeline (S. 318). 1989 April-June
1499 Coastal Barrier Resource System. 1989 July
14910 Drugs. 1989 July-August
14911 Ethics in Patient Referral Act (Starke bill). 1989 April-August
14912 State issues. 1989 March-July
14913 Upward Bound Program. 1989 May-June
14914 Veterans. 1989 March-May


John A. Fitch. 1988-1989

John A. Fitch worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to taxes, foreign/military affairs, government spending and the budget.



Box Folder
14915 General. 1988 November
14916 General. 1988 December
14917 General (1 of 3). 1989 January
14918 General (2 of 3). 1989 January
14919 General (3 of 3). 1989 January
14920 General (1 of 2). 1989 February
14921 General (2 of 2). 1989 February
1501 General (1 of 3). 1989 March
1502 General (2 of 3). 1989 March
1503 General (3 of 3). 1989 March
1504 General. 1989 April
1505 General. 1989 May
1506 General. 1989 June
1507 General. 1989 July
1508 General. 1989 August
1509 General (1 of 2). 1989 September
15010 General (2 of 2). 1989 September
15011 General. 1989 October
15012 General. 1989 November


Christopher O. Howard. 1988-1989

Christopher O. Howard worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to housing and government affairs.



Box Folder
15013 General. 1988 November
15014 General. 1988 December
15015 General. 1989 January
15016 General. 1989 February
1511 General. 1989 March
1512 General. 1989 April
1513 General. 1989 May


Alex C. Jackson. 1988-1989

Alex C. Jackson worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to crime, gun control, health, Medicare, and welfare.



Box Folder
1514 General. 1988 December
1515 General. 1989 January
1516 General. 1989 February
1517 General. 1989 March
1518 General. 1989 April
1519 General. 1989 May
15110 General. 1989 June
15111 General. 1989 July
15112 Federal pay differential. 1989 February
15113 Global Poverty Reduction Act. 1988 December-1989 March
15114 Gun control - Con (1 of 2). 1989 March
15115 Gun control - Con (2 of 2). 1989 March
15116 Gun control - Con (1 of 6). 1989 April
15117 Gun control - Con (2 of 6). 1989 April
1521 Gun control - Con (3 of 6). 1989 April
1522 Gun control - Con (4 of 6). 1989 April
1523 Gun control - Con (5 of 6). 1989 April
1524 Gun control - Con (6 of 6). 1989 April
1525 Gun control - Pro. 1989 February-March
1526 Home dialysis. 1989 March
1527 Medicare. 1989 January-March
1528 Medicare. 1989 January-March
1529 Medicare - denial of payment for substandard care (1 of 2). 1989 March
15210 Medicare - denial of payment for substandard care (2 of 2). 1989 March
15211 Medicare - Resolution 10. 1989 February-March
15212 Miliaty retirement - cost of living allowances (COLA). 1989 March
15213 Prison treatment - Pollard, Anne Henderson. 1988 December-1989 March
15214 Social security trust fund. 1989 February-March
15215 Strip mining in National Parks. 1989 February-March
15216 Welfare. 1989 January-March


Gregg Willhauck. 1988-1989

Gregg Willhauck worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to housing, agriculture, the environment, and banking.



Box Folder
1531 General. 1988 November-December
1532 General. 1989 January
1533 General. 1989 February
1534 General (1 of 2). 1989 March
1535 General (2 of 2). 1989 March
1536 General. 1989 April
1537 General. 1989 May
1538 General. 1989 June
1539 General. 1989 August-September
15310 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG). 1989 January-March
15311 Flight KAL 007 shot down by the Soviet Union. 1988 November-1989 February
15312 Panama Canal Treaty. 1988 November-1989 March
15313 Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act. 1989 January-February


J. Brian Riley. 1989-1991

J. Brian Riley worked primarily on projects from 1989-1990 and would later go on to become a legislative assistant from 1990-1991. His files primarily contain correspondence related to Florida projects.



Box Folder
15314 General. 1989 August 28-September 1
15315 General. 1989 September 4-8
15316 General. 1989 September 11-15
15317 General. 1989 September 18-22
15318 General. 1989 September 25-29
15319 General. 1989 October 2-6
15320 General. 1989 October 9-13
15321 General. 1989 October 16-20
15322 General. 1989 October 23-27
15323 General. 1989 October 30-November 3
1541 General. 1989 November 6-10
1542 General. 1989 November 13-17
1543 General. 1989 November 20-22
1544 General. 1989 December 4-8
1545 General. 1989 December 11-15
1546 General. 1989 December 18-22
1547 General. 1989 December 26-29
1548 General. 1990 January 8-12
1549 General. 1990 January 16-19
15410 General. 1990 January 22-26
15411 General. 1990 January 29-February 2
15412 General. 1990 February 12-16
15413 General. 1990 February 19-23
15414 "Dear Connies". 1990 December
15415 "Dear Connies". 1991 January
15416 "Dear Connies". 1991 February
15417 "Dear Connies". 1991 March
15418 "Dear Connies". 1991 April
15419 "Dear Connies". 1991 May
15420 "Dear Connies". 1991 June
1551 "Dear Connies" (1 or 2). 1991 July
1552 "Dear Connies" (2 of 2). 1991 July
1553 "Dear Connies". 1991 August
1554 "Dear Connies". 1991 September
1555 "Dear Connies". 1991 October
1556 "Dear Connies". 1991 November
1557 "Dear Connies". 1991 December


Mary Beth Savary-Taylor. 1989-1994

Mary Beth E. Savary (maiden name) Taylor worked as a legislative assistant from 1989 to 1994 and then as General Counsel for the Joint Economic Committee from 1995-1996. She specialized in legislation concerning health and judicial issues.



Box Folder
1558 General. 1989-1990
1559 General. 1991 January-April
15510 General. 1991 June
15511 General. 1991 July
15512 General. 1991 August
15513 General. 1991 September-December
15514 General. 1992 January-February
15515 General. 1992 March-April
15516 General. 1992 May-June
15517 General. 1992 July
15518 General. 1992 August
1561 General. 1992 September
1562 General. 1992 October
1563 General. 1992 November-December
1564 General. 1993 January-February
1565 General. 1993 March
1566 General. 1993 April-May
1567 General. 1993 June
1568 General. 1993 July
1569 General. 1993 August
15610 General. 1993 September-October
15611 General. 1993 November
15612 General. 1993 December
15613 General. 1994 January
15614 General. 1994 February
15615 General. 1994 March
15616 General. 1994 April
15617 General. 1994 May
15618 General. 1994 June
15619 General. 1994 July
1571 General. 1994 August
1572 General. 1994 September-October
1573 Crime related issues (1 of 2). 1991 July-October
1574 Crime related issues (2 of 2). 1991 July-October
1575 Health issues (1 of 2). 1990 January-1991 November
1576 Health issues (2 of 2). 1990 January-1991 November
1577 Health issues (1 of 2). 1990 December-1992 January
1578 Health issues (2 of 2). 1990 December-1992 January
1579 Hospital Medicare capital expense reimbursement. 1991 April-July
15710 Supreme Court nomination - Clarence Thomas. 1991 August-1992 January


Mary Anne Gauthier. 1991-1992

Mary Anne Gauthier worked as a legislative correspondent. Her files primarily contain correspondence related to education, immigration, health, and welfare.



Box Folder
15711 General. 1991 June 18-July 12
15712 General. 1991 July 11-August 14
15713 General. 1991 August 15-21
15714 General. 1991 August 22-28
15715 General. 1991 September 1-26
15716 General. 1991 September 27-November 4
15717 General. 1991 November 5-1992 January 14
15718 General. 1992 January-March
1581 General. 1992 April-June
1582 General. 1992 July
1583 General. 1992 August-November
1584 Higher Education Reauthorization. 1991 October-December


Patrick J. Kearney. 1991-1995

Patrick J. Kearney worked for Senator Mack first as a staff assistant (1989-1990) and then on projects (1990-1991) before becoming a legislative assistant from 1991-2000. His areas of expertise include defense, defense appropriations, the budget, trade, transportation, aviation, customs, and drug interdiction.



Box Folder
1585 General. 1991 January-August
1586 General. 1991 September-1992 February
1587 General. 1993-1994
1588 General. 1995


Mark H. Smith. 1991-2000

Mark H. Smith worked as a legislative correspondent from 1989-1992 and then a legislative assistant from 1991-2000. He specialized in issues related to cancer, government affairs, health care, small business, social security, and appropriations. His files are arranged in groupings by year.



Box Folder
1589 "Dear Connies". 1991
15810 "Dear Connies". 1992
15811 "Dear Connies" (1 of 2). 1993
15812 "Dear Connies" (2 of 2). 1993
15813 "Dear Connies" (1 of 2). 1994
15814 "Dear Connies" (2 of 2). 1994
1591 "Dear Connies" (1 of 2). 1995
1592 "Dear Connies" (2 of 2). 1995
1593 "Dear Connies" (1 of 2). 1996
1594 "Dear Connies" (2 of 2). 1996
1595 "Dear Connies" (1 of 2). 1997
1596 "Dear Connies" (2 of 2). 1997
1597 "Dear Connies" (1 of 2). 1998
1598 "Dear Connies" (2 of 2). 1998
1599 "Dear Connies". 1999
15910 "Dear Connies". 1999-2000


Doug A. Friedman. 1992-1993

Doug A. Friedman worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to taxation and appropriations.



Box Folder
15911 General. 1992 February-April
15912 General. 1992 May
15913 General (1 of 2). 1992 June
15914 General (2 of 2). 1992 June
15915 General (1 of 3). 1992 July
15916 General (2 of 3). 1992 July
1601 General (3 of 3). 1992 July
1602 General. 1992 August
1603 General (1 of 3). 1992 September
1604 General (2 of 3). 1992 September
1605 General (3 of 3). 1992 September
1606 General (1 of 2). 1992 October
1607 General (2 of 2). 1992 October
1608 General (1 of 2). 1992 November
1609 General (2 of 2). 1992 November
16010 General. 1992 December
16011 General (1 of 3). 1993 January
16012 General (2 of 3). 1993 January
16013 General (3 of 3). 1993 January
16014 General (1 of 3). 1993 Feburary
1611 General (2 of 3). 1993 Feburary
1612 General (3 of 3). 1993 Feburary
1613 General (1 of 4). 1993 March
1614 General (2 of 4). 1993 March
1615 General (3 of 4). 1993 March
1616 General (4 of 4). 1993 March
1617 General. 1993 April
1618 General. 1993 May
1619 General. 1993 June
16110 Appropriations. 1992 March-May
16111 Appropriations. 1992 June
16112 Appropriations. 1992 July
16113 Appropriations. 1992 August
16114 Appropriations. 1992 September
1621 Called. 1992 May-1993 February
1622 "Dear Connies". 1992 Feburary-July
1623 Revenue Act (H.R. 11) 1 of 4. 1992 July-September
1624 Revenue Act (H.R. 11) 2 of 4. 1992 July-September
1625 Revenue Act (H.R. 11) 3 of 4. 1992 July-September
1626 Revenue Act (H.R. 11) 4 of 4. 1992 July-September


Victoria F. Adams. 1993-1995

Victoria F. Adams worked as a legislative correspondent. Her files primarily contain correspondence related to labor, the budget, crime, immigration, commerce, taxes, and veterans' issues.



Box Folder
1627 General. 1993 April
1628 General. 1993 May
1629 General (1 of 3). 1993 June
16210 General (2 of 3). 1993 June
16211 General (3 of 3). 1993 June
16212 General (1 of 2). 1993 July
16213 General (2 of 2). 1993 July
16214 General. 1993 August
16215 General (1 of 2). 1993 September
16216 General (2 of 2). 1993 September
16217 General. 1993 October
1631 General. 1993 November 1-8
1632 General. 1993 November 9-10
1633 General. 1993 November 15-16
1634 General. 1993 November 17-18
1635 General. 1993 December 3-8
1636 General. 1993 December 14-16
1637 General. 1994 January 3-14
1638 General. 1994 January 25-31
1639 General. 1994 February 1-8
16310 General. 1994 February 9-24
16311 General. 1994 March 1-11
16312 General. 1994 March 16-17
16313 General. 1994 March 23-24
16314 General. 1994 April 11-14
1641 General. 1994 April 19-20
1642 General. 1994 April 22-28
1643 General. 1994 May 2-4
1644 General. 1994 May 5-10
1645 General. 1994 May 16-25
1646 General. 1994 June 1-7
1647 General. 1994 June 14
1648 General. 1994 June 20
1649 General. 1994 June 28
16410 General. 1994 July 1-7
16411 General. 1994 July 8
16412 General. 1994 July 11-15
1651 General. 1994 July 22
1652 General. 1994 July 28
1653 General. 1994 August 3-9
1654 General. 1994 August 11-15
1655 General. 1994 August 17-29
1656 General. 1994 September 12
1657 General. 1994 September 23
1658 General. 1994 September 30
1659 General. 1994 October 4-9
16510 General. 1994 October 20
16511 General. 1994 October 25
16512 General. 1994 November 1
1661 General. 1994 November 3
1662 General. 1994 November 7-14
1663 General. 1994 November 15-23
1664 General. 1994 November 30
1665 General. 1994 December 14
1666 General. 1994 December 23
1667 General. 1995 January 13
1668 General. 1995 January 20
1669 General. 1995 January 27
16610 General. 1995 February 1-7
16611 General. 1995 February 10-13
16612 General. 1995 February 21-28
16613 General. 1995 March 14
1671 General. 1995 March 27
1672 General. 1995 April
1673 General. 1995 May 10
1674 Abortion clinic attacks. 1995 January
1675 Appointment of Jocelyn Elders as United States Surgeon General. 1994 July
1676 Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund. 1994 November-December
1677 Commemorative stamp - 100th anniversay of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States. 1994 June
1678 Comprehensive Occupational Safety and Health Reform Act. 1995 February-March
1679 Copyright reform. 1994 April-May
16710 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) - guidelines. 1994 February-April
16711 Federal Communication Commision's (FCC) Miami office - closing. 1995 February-May
16712 Haitian Refugee Fairness Act. 1994 February-March
16713 Human embryo research. 1994 October-December
16714 Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs). 1995 Feburary-April
16715 Minimum wage increase. 1995 January-February
16716 Motorcycle helmet laws (S. 388). 1995 Feburary-March
16717 National sales tax. 1994 December-1995 January
16718 Product liability reform. 1995 February-April
16719 Republican "Contract with America" legislation. 1995 January-February
16720 Rhino ammunition. 1994 December-1995 January
16721 Source taxation for pensions (S. 44). 1995 Feburary-April
16722 Southern Bell layoffs in South Florida. 1994 November-December
16723 Targeted Jobs Tax Credit (TJTC) program. 1994 September
16724 Tax Fairness for Main Street Business Act (S. 1825). 1994 June-July
16725 Tax on pension plans. 1994 December
16726 Transportation of hazardous materials - rate increase. 1995 March-May
16727 Veterans disability compensation. 1995 January-February
16728 Waco, Texas incident. 1994 January-March


Kimberly K. Cobb. 1993-1994

Kim Cobb served as a legislative assistant primarily assigned to banking, housing, and immigration issues from 1994-1996. She then went on to serve as legislative director from 1997-1998 and as counsel to the chairman of the Senate Republican Conference. Her files are arranged alphabetically by topic.



Box Folder
16729 Abortion. 1993-1994
16730 Civil rights. 1993-1994
16731 Crime/prisons. 1994
16732 Flood insurance. 1993-1994
16733 General. 1993
1681 General. 1994
1682 General. 1994
1683 Housing. 1993
1684 Housing. 1994
1685 Immigration. 1993
1686 Immigration. 1994
1687 Labor. 1993-1994
1688 Women and children. 1993-1994


Cherie N. Lott Haydock. 1993-1994

Cherie N. Lott Haydock worked as a legislative correspondent. Her files primarily contain correspondence related to health care, veterans affairs, labor, education, the environment, and governmental affairs.



Box Folder
1689 General (1 of 3). 1993 June
16810 General (2 of 3). 1993 June
16811 General (3 of 3). 1993 June
16812 General (1 of 4). 1993 July
16813 General (2 of 4). 1993 July
16814 General (3 of 4). 1993 July
1691 General (4 of 4). 1993 July
1692 General (1 of 3). 1993 August
1693 General (2 of 3). 1993 August
1694 General (3 of 3). 1993 August
1695 General. 1993 September 2-10
1696 General. 1993 September 11-15
1697 General. 1993 September 16-20
1698 General. 1993 September 21-24
1699 General. 1993 September 25-30
16910 General. 1993 October 1-12
16911 General. 1993 October 13-15
16912 General. 1993 October 18-22
1701 General. 1993 November 2-4
1702 General. 1993 November 8-11
1703 General. 1993 November 12-18
1704 General. 1993 November 22-24
1705 General. 1993 November 30
1706 General. 1993 December 1-3
1707 General. 1993 December 6-14
1708 General. 1993 December 15-16
1709 General. 1994 January 3-7
17010 General. 1994 January 10-15
17011 General. 1994 January 19-26
17012 General. 1994 February 1-7
17013 General. 1994 February 8-9
1711 General. 1994 February 15-19
1712 General. 1994 February 23
1713 General. 1994 February 28
1714 General. 1994 March 4-7
1715 General. 1994 March 8-9
1716 General. 1994 March 10-11
1717 General. 1994 March 14-16
1718 General. 1994 March 17-23
1719 General. 1994 March 29-30
17110 General. 1994 April 6-15
17111 General. 1994 April 19-25
17112 General. 1994 April 26-29
17113 General. 1994 May 2-6
1721 General. 1994 May 8-9
1722 General. 1994 May 10-13
1723 General. 1994 May 15-18
1724 General. 1994 May 19-20
1725 General. 1994 May 23-31
1726 General. 1994 June 1-6
1727 General. 1994 June 7-13
1728 General. 1994 June 14-16
1729 General. 1994 June 17-21
17210 General. 1994 June 22-29
17211 General. 1994 July 1-3
17212 General. 1994 July 5-8
1731 General. 1994 July 11-13
1732 General. 1994 July 14-19
1733 General. 1994 July 20-22
1734 General. 1994 July 23-24
1735 General. 1994 July 25-27
1736 General. 1994 July 28-29
1737 General. 1994 August 1-3
1738 General. 1994 August 4-9
1739 General. 1994 August 10
17310 General. 1994 August 11-15
17311 General. 1994 August 16-18
17312 General. 1994 August 19-24
1741 General. 1994 August 25-31
1742 General. 1994 September 1-6
1743 General. 1994 September 7-8
1744 General. 1994 September 12-14
1745 General. 1994 September 15-16
1746 General. 1994 September 19-29
1747 General. 1994 September 30
1748 General. 1994 October 3-7
1749 General. 1994 October 11-16
17410 General. 1994 October 17-24
17411 General. 1994 October 25-31
17412 General. 1994 November 1-7
17413 General. 1994 November 8-14
1751 General. 1994 November 15-18
1752 General. 1994 November 21
1753 General. 1994 November 22-30
1754 General. 1994 December 1-9
1755 General. 1994 December 10-13
1756 General. 1994 December 14
1757 General. 1994 December 15-23
1758 General. 1994 December
1759 General. 1995 January 3-5
17510 General. 1995 January 9-12
17511 General. 1995 January 17-18
17512 Captive Exotic Animals Protection Act. 1994 September-December
17513 Child adoption by gays and lesbians - District of Columbia. 1994 April-May
17514 Clinton-Gore Federal Government reorganization plan. 1993 September-October
17515 Condom advertisements. 1994 January
17516 Convention on Biological Diversity. 1994 September-December
1761 English as the official language of the United States. 1993 August-October
1762 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) - ethanol and ETBE in reformulated gasoline (RFG). 1994 February-March
1763 Fisheries management authorization. 1994 August-September
1764 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) - investigation of the hearing aid industry. 1993 November-December
1765 Goals 2000: the Educate America Act. 1993 October-December
1766 Health Care Financing Administration - reduced fee schedule for durable medical equipment. 1994 February-March
1767 Health care reform - professional licensure requirements. 1994 September-November
1768 Health insurance - tax deductions for the self-employed. 1994 September-November
1769 Health Security Act. 1994 June
17610 Lee Memorial and Cape Coral hospital merger. 1994 June
17611 Medicaid - "non-emergency medical transportation". 1994 August-September
17612 Medicare - fee schedule for functional endoscopic sinus surgery. 1993 December
17613 Medicare - reimbursement for Hospice care plan oversight services. 1994 August-September
17614 Methylphenidate (Ritalin) - classification. 1994 November-December
17615 Military retirees - cost of living allowances (COLAs). 1993 November-December
17616 Movement Disorders Research Amendments (S. 2046). 1994 June-July
17617 Municipal Solid Waste Flow Control Act. 1994 September-October
17618 National Endowment of the Arts (NEA) federal funding. 1993 July-October
17619 Older Americans Act (OAA). 1993 August-October
17620 Patient Protection Act. 1994 June
17621 Persian Gulf War Syndrome. 1994 August-October
17622 Primary Care Health Practitioner Inventive Act. 1993 May-July
17623 Prostate cancer research. 1994 August-November
17624 Recombinant bovine somatotropin (rbST) in lactating dairy cows. 1994 August-October
17625 Santa Rosa Bay Bridge Project. 1994 November-December
17626 Superfund reauthorization legislation. 1994 August-November
17627 United Nations Convention on the Rights of Children (UNCRC). 1994 May-June
17628 Veterans Affairs Outpatient Clinic and Nursing Home facility - Southwest Florida. 1993 March-June


Kevin M. Kolevar. 1993

Kevin M. Kolevar worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to foreign affairs, immigration, and defense.



Box Folder
17629 General. 1993 January
17630 General. 1993 April-July
17631 General. 1993 August 13-August 18
17632 General. 1993 August 19-31
1771 General. 1993 September
1772 General. 1993 October
1773 General. 1993 November
1774 General. 1993 December 1-6
1775 General. 1993 December 7-30
1776 Base closures. 1993 February-August
1777 Bosnia. 1993 May
1778 China. 1993 March-April
1779 Defense projects. 1993 April-July
17710 Foreign aid/intervention. 1993 March-July
17711 Gays in the military (con). 1993 April-June
17712 Gays in the military (pro). 1993 March-April
17713 Greek Macedonia. 1993 March-May
17714 Haitian immigration. 1993 February-April
17715 Immigration - general. 1993 March-April
17716 Navy/Marines. 1993 March-May
17717 Romania. 1993 April-July
17718 Russia. 1993 March-April
17719 Slovakia. 1993 March-April
17720 Somalia/Sudan. 1993 February-April
17721 The Baltics. 1993 April-May


Clarence K. Lee "C. K.". 1993-1999 (bulk: 1993-1994)

Clarence K. Lee, known as "C.K.," worked as a legislative correspondent from 1993-1994 and then as a legislative assistant in 1997 and from 1999-2000. As a legislative correspondent he specialized in the environment, foreign affairs, trade, and labor. Also included is a file from his time as a legislative assistant in 1999.



Box Folder
17722 "Dear Connies". 1999
17723 General. 1993 November 1-10
17724 General. 1993 November 16-19
17725 General. 1993 November 30
17726 General. 1993 December 6-8
1781 General. 1993 December 9-13
1782 General. 1993 December 15
1783 General. 1994 January 7
1784 General. 1994 January 14-26
1785 General. 1994 February 1-18
1786 General. 1994 February 28
1787 General. 1994 March 7


Paul J. Dean. 1994-1996

Paul J. Dean worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to foreign affairs, judicial issues, education, aviation, and government affairs.



Box Folder
1788 General. 1995 February
1789 General. 1995 March 1-10
17810 General. 1995 March 14
17811 General. 1995 March 22-27
17812 General. 1995 April 4-13
17813 General. 1995 April 18-24
17814 General. 1995 April 25-29
1791 General. 1995 May 1-4
1792 General. 1995 May 10-12
1793 General. 1995 May 19-25
1794 General. 1995 June 1
1795 General. 1995 June 7-8
1796 General (1 of 2). 1995 June 13
1797 General (2 of 2). 1995 June 13
1798 General. 1995 June 14-16
1799 General (1 of 2). 1995 June 22
17910 General (2 of 2). 1995 June 22
17911 General. 1995 June 28-29
17912 General. 1995 July 12-14
17913 General. 1995 July 18-19
1801 General. 1995 July 25
1802 General. 1995 July 31
1803 General. 1995 August 2
1804 General. 1995 August 9
1805 Air traffic control system. 1995 April 28
1806 Arrow Air - temporary grounding by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). 1995 March
1807 Aviation Trust Fund Restoration Act (S. 729). 1995 May-June
1808 Columbia - hostage American missionaries. 1994 December-1995 January
1809 Commercial pilot mandatory 60 year old retirement age. 1995 March-June
18010 Congressional reform. 1995 January-March
18011 Department of Education - abolishment. 1995 April-June
18012 English as the official language of the United States. 1995 January-April
18013 Federal Maritime Commission. 1995 March-May
18014 Flag Anti-Desecration Constitutional Amendment. 1995 March-April
18015 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) - cigarette and drug regulations. 1995 January-April
18016 Goals 2000: the Educate America Act. 1995 February-July
18017 Golan Heights - deployment of United States troops. 1994 December-1995 February
18018 Mandatory motorcycle helmet laws (S. 388). 1995 February-June
18019 Medicaid reform plan. 1996 March 6
18020 Motor-voter bill. 1995 January-February
18021 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) - proposed cuts. 1996 March-July
18022 National Highway System Designation Act. 1995 April-June
18023 Oklahoma City bombing. 1995 April-July
18024 Russia's invasion of Chechnya. 1995 February-April
18025 Smithsonian Institution - Enola Gay exhibit. 1995 January-February


Joe W. Jacquot. 1994

Joe W. Jacquot worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to trade, housing, immigration, banking, government affairs, defense, foreign affairs, and appropriations.



Box Folder
1811 General. 1994 April 14
1812 General. 1994 April 15
1813 General. 1994 April 21
1814 General (1 of 2). 1994 May 1
1815 General (2 of 2). 1994 May 1
1816 General (1 of 2). 1994 May 12
1817 General (2 of 2). 1994 May 12
1818 General (1 of 2). 1994 May 24
1819 General (2 of 2). 1994 May 24
18110 General. 1994 May 25
18111 General (1 of 2). 1994 May 31
18112 General (2 of 2). 1994 May 31
18113 General (constituent letters). 1994 May
18114 General. 1994 June 1
1821 General (1 of 2). 1994 June 8
1822 General (2 of 2). 1994 June 8
1823 General. 1994 June 13
1824 General (staff letters). 1994 June 17-18
1825 General (staff letters). 1994 June 17-18
1826 General (constituent letters) (1 of 4). 1994 June 17-18
1827 General (constituent letters) (2 of 4). 1994 June 17-18
1828 General (constituent letters) (3 of 4). 1994 June 17-18
1829 General (constituent letters) (4 of 4). 1994 June 17-18
18210 General (staff letters). 1994 June 19
18211 General (constituent letters). 1994 June 19
18212 General (staff letters). 1994 June 23-24
18213 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1994 June 23-24
18214 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1994 June 23-24
18215 General (staff letters). 1994 June 29-30
18216 General (constituent letters). 1994 June 29-30
18217 General (staff letters). 1994 July 8
1831 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1994 July 8
1832 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1994 July 8
1833 General (staff letters). 1994 July 13
1834 General (constituent letters). 1994 July 13
1835 General (staff letters). 1994 July 14
1836 General (constituent letters). 1994 July 14
1837 General (staff letters). 1994 July 20-21
1838 General (constituent letters). 1994 July 20-21
1839 General (staff letters). 1994 July 28-29
18310 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1994 July 28-29
18311 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1994 July 28-29
18312 General (staff letters). 1994 August 9
18313 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1994 August 9
18314 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1994 August 9
18315 General (staff letters). 1994 August 14
18316 General (constituent letters). 1994 August 14
18317 General (staff letters). 1994 August 21
1841 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1994 August 21
1842 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1994 August 21
1843 General (staff letters). 1994 August 31-September 1
1844 General (constituent letters). 1994 August 31-September 1
1845 General (staff letters). 1994 September 11
1846 General (constituent letters). 1994 September 11
1847 General (staff letters). 1994 September 18-19
1848 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1994 September 18-19
1849 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1994 September 18-19
18410 General (staff letters). 1994 September 21
18411 General (constituent letters). 1994 September 21
18412 General (staff letters). 1994 September 27
18413 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1994 September 27
18414 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1994 September 27
18415 General (staff letters). 1994 October 2
18416 General (constituent letters). 1994 October 2
18417 General (staff letters). 1994 October 5-6
18418 General (constituent letters). 1994 October 5-6
1851 General (staff letters). 1994 October 16
1852 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1994 October 16
1853 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1994 October 16
1854 General (staff letters). 1994 October 23-24
1855 General (constituent letters). 1994 October 23-24
1856 General (staff letters). 1994 October 26-27
1857 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1994 October 26-27
1858 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1994 October 26-27
1859 General (staff letters). 1994 November 2-3
18510 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1994 November 2-3
18511 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1994 November 2-3
18512 General (staff letters). 1994 November 9-10
18513 General (constituent letters). 1994 November 9-10
18514 General (staff letters). 1994 November 22
18515 General (constituent letters). 1994 November 22
18516 General (staff letters). 1994 December 4
18517 General (constituent letters). 1994 December 4
1861 General (staff letters). 1994 December 5
1862 General (constituent letters). 1994 December 5
1863 General (staff letters). 1994 December 11
1864 General (constituent letters). 1994 December 11
1865 General (staff letters). 1994 December 16
1866 General (constituent letters). 1994 December 16


Jacqueline Leveille. 1994

Jacqueline Leveille worked as a legislative correspondent. Her files primarily contain correspondence related to the environment, judicial issues, and crime.



Box Folder
1867 General. 1994 October
1868 General. 1994 November 2-9
1869 General. 1994 November 15-30
18610 General. 1994 December 1-28
18611 General. 1994 December 29-30


Andrew Lee Asher. 1995-1997

Andrew Lee Asher worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to transportation, education, commerce, and agriculture.



Box Folder
18612 General. 1995 August
18613 General. 1995 September 1-8
18614 General. 1995 September 14-28
18615 General (1 of 4). 1995 October 13-17
18616 General (2 of 4). 1995 October 13-17
18617 General (3 of 4). 1995 October 13-17
1871 General (4 of 4). 1995 October 13-17
1872 General. 1995 October 18-31
1873 General. 1995 November-December
1874 General (staff letters). 1995 December 11-12
1875 General (constituent letters). 1995 December 11-12
1876 General. 1996 January 5-16
1877 General. 1996 January 22-24
1878 General. 1996 January 26-31
1879 General. 1996 February 1-6
18710 General. 1996 February 8-15
18711 General. 1996 February 20-23
18712 General. 1996 February 26
18713 General. 1996 February 27
1881 General. 1996 March 4-6
1882 General. 1996 March 7
1883 General. 1996 March 12-20
1884 General. 1997 March 21-27
1885 General. 1997 April 13-15
1886 General. 1997 April 21-22
1887 General. 1997 April 27-30
1888 General. 1997 May 2-8
1889 General. 1997 May 22-31
18810 General. 1997 June 6
18811 General. 1997 June 13-20
18812 General. 1997 July 2-31
18813 General. 1997 August
18814 Appropriations cuts - drug and alcohol treatment, prevention, and education progams. 1995 October
18815 Form and custom letter (drafts). 1995 August-October
18816 Truck size and weight limitations. 1995 August 23


Matthew C. Bazley. 1995-1997

Matthew C. Bazley worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to taxes, trade, transportation, labor, foreign affairs, and judiciary issues.



Box Folder
18817 General. 1995 August
1891 General. 1995 September-November
1892 General. 1995 December
1893 General. 1996 January
1894 General. 1996 February 5-8
1895 General. 1996 February 9-19
1896 General. 1996 February 22-23
1897 General. 1996 February 26-28
1898 General. 1996 February 29
1899 General. 1996 March 4-11
18910 General. 1996 March 12-18
18911 General (1 of 2). 1996 March 25
18912 General (2 of 2). 1996 March 25
18913 General. 1996 March 26-29
18914 General. 1996 April 19
1901 General. 1996 April 23
1902 General. 1996 April 24
1903 General (1 of 2). 1996 May 1-13
1904 General (2 of 2). 1996 May 1-13
1905 General. 1996 May 14-22
1906 General. 1996 May 24-27
1907 General. 1996 June 3-24
1908 General. 1996 June 28
1909 General. 1996 July 1-23
19010 General. 1996 July 31
19011 General. 1996 August
19012 General. 1996 September
19013 General. 1996 October 1-17
19014 General. 1996 October 23
19015 General. 1996 October 29-30
1911 General. 1996 December
1912 General. 1997 February
1913 General. 1997 March 5
1914 General. 1997 April 11
1915 Corporate welfare. 1995 June-October
1916 Department of Labor - dislocated worker programs. 1996 April-May
1917 Foreign aid to Ukraine. 1996 July
1918 Hagia Sophia - proposed conversion into a mosque. 1996 August 25
1919 I-95 sound abatement. 1996 March-June
19110 Maritime Reform and Security Act (S. 1139). 1995 September-October
19111 Ocean Shipping Reform Act. 1995 August-October
19112 Satellite Home Viewer Act. 1996 September-1997 February


Colleen P. Barnett Cresanti. 1995-1997

Colleen Barnett (maiden name) Cresanti worked as both a legislative assistant and a legislative correspondent. She worked with issues related to housing, education, health, crime, the environment, and banking.



Box Folder
19113 General. 1995 February 22
19114 General. 1995 February 23-24
19115 General. 1995 February 27-28
19116 General. 1995 March 1
19117 General. 1995 March 2-4
19118 General. 1995 March 5-8
1921 General. 1995 March 9
1922 General. 1995 March 13
1923 General. 1995 March 14
1924 General. 1995 March 15-16
1925 General (1 of 2). 1995 March 20
1926 General (2 of 2). 1995 March 20
1927 General. 1995 March 21-23
1928 General (1 of 2). 1995 March 28
1929 General (2 of 2). 1995 March 28
19210 General. 1995 March 29-31
19211 General. 1995 April 1-7
19212 General (1 of 2). 1995 April 12
19213 General (2 of 2). 1995 April 12
19214 General. 1995 April 19-20
19215 General (1 of 2). 1995 April 26
1931 General (2 of 2). 1995 April 26
1932 General. 1995 April 28-29
1933 General. 1995 May 1-3
1934 General. 1995 May 4-12
1935 General (1 of 2). 1995 May 17
1936 General (2 of 2). 1995 May 17
1937 General. 1995 May 22
1938 General. 1995 May 23
1939 General. 1995 May 25-31
19310 General (1 of 2). 1995 June 1
19311 General (2 of 2). 1995 June 1
19312 General. 1995 June 2-6
19313 General (1 of 2). 1995 June 7
19314 General (2 of 2). 1995 June 7
1941 General (1 of 2). 1995 June 12
1942 General (2 of 2). 1995 June 12
1943 General (1 of 2). 1995 June 15
1944 General (2 of 2). 1995 June 15
1945 General (1 of 3). 1995 June 26
1946 General (2 of 3). 1995 June 26
1947 General (3 of 3). 1995 June 26
1948 General (1 of 2). 1995 June 29
1949 General (2 of 2). 1995 June 29
19410 General. 1995 July 10
19411 General. 1995 July 11-14
19412 General. 1995 July 18
19413 General (1 of 2). 1995 July 20
19414 General (2 of 2). 1995 July 20
1951 General. 1995 July 25-26
1952 General (1 of 2). 1995 July 28
1953 General (2 of 2). 1995 July 28
1954 General (1 of 2). 1995 August 2
1955 General (2 of 2). 1995 August 2
1956 General (1 of 3). 1995 August 9
1957 General (2 of 3). 1995 August 9
1958 General (3 of 3). 1995 August 9
1959 General (1 of 4). 1995 August 18
19510 General (2 of 4). 1995 August 18
19511 General (3 of 4). 1995 August 18
19512 General (4 of 4). 1995 August 18
19513 General. 1995 August 22
19514 General. 1995 August 23-24
1961 General. 1995 September 4-5
1962 General (1 of 3). 1995 September 7
1963 General (2 of 3). 1995 September 7
1964 General (3 of 3). 1995 September 7
1965 General (1 of 3). 1995 September 14
1966 General (2 of 3). 1995 September 14
1967 General (3 of 3). 1995 September 14
1968 General (1 of 2). 1995 September 20
1969 General (2 of 2). 1995 September 20
19610 General (staff letters). 1995 September 28
19611 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1995 September 28
19612 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1995 September 28
19613 General (staff letters). 1995 October 10
1971 General (constituent letters). 1995 October 10
1972 General (staff letters). 1995 October 13
1973 General (constituent letters). 1995 October 13
1974 General (staff letters). 1995 October 16
1975 General (constituent letters). 1995 October 16
1976 General (staff letters). 1995 October 19
1977 General (constituent letters). 1995 October 19
1978 General (staff letters). 1995 October 20
1979 General (constituent letters). 1995 October 20
19710 General (staff letters). 1995 October 26
19711 General (constituent letters). 1995 October 26
19712 General (staff letters). 1995 October 27
19713 General (constituent letters). 1995 October 27
19714 General (staff letters). 1995 November 7
19715 General (constituent letters). 1995 November 7
19716 General (staff letters). 1995 November 16
19717 General (constituent letters). 1995 November 16
19718 General (staff letters). 1995 November 26
19719 General (constituent letters). 1995 November 26
19720 General (staff letters). 1995 December 9
19721 General (constituent letters). 1995 December 9
19722 General (staff letters). 1995 December 11
19723 General (constituent letters). 1995 December 11
19724 General (staff letters). 1995 December 13
1981 General (constituent letters). 1995 December 13
1982 General (staff letters). 1995 December 15
1983 General (constituent letters). 1995 December 15
1984 General (staff letters). 1995 December 18
1985 General (constituent letters). 1995 December 18
1986 General (staff letters). 1996 March 4
1987 General (constituent letters). 1996 March 4
1988 General (staff letters). 1996 March 8
1989 General (constituent letters). 1996 March 8
19810 General (staff letters). 1996 March 18
19811 General (constituent letters). 1996 March 18
19812 General (staff letters). 1996 March 21
19813 General (constituent letters). 1996 March 21
19814 General (staff letters). 1996 March 27
19815 General (constituent letters). 1996 March 27
19816 General (staff letters). 1996 August 9
19817 General (constituent letters). 1996 August 9
19818 General (staff letters). 1996 August 16
19819 General (constituent letters). 1996 August 16
19820 General (staff letters). 1996 September 26
19821 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1996 September 26
1991 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1996 September 26
1992 General (staff letters). 1996 January 10
1993 General (constituent letters). 1996 January 10
1994 General (staff letters). 1996 January 24
1995 General (constituent letters). 1996 January 24
1996 General (staff letters). 1996 January 29
1997 General (constituent letters). 1996 January 29
1998 General (staff letters). 1996 February 2
1999 General (constituent letters). 1996 February 2
19910 General (staff letters). 1996 February 6
19911 General (constituent letters). 1996 February 6
19912 General (staff letters). 1996 February 8
19913 General (constituent letters). 1996 February 8
19914 General (staff letters). 1996 February 13
19915 General (constituent letters). 1996 February 13
19916 General (staff letters). 1996 February 21
19917 General (constituent letters). 1996 February 21
19918 General (staff letters). 1996 February 27-28
19919 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1996 February 27-28
19920 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1996 February 27-28
19921 General (staff letters). 1996 April 3
19922 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1996 April 3
2001 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1996 April 3
2002 General (staff letters). 1996 April 11
2003 General (constituent letters). 1996 April 11
2004 General (staff letters). 1996 April 19-21
2005 General (constituent letters). 1996 April 19-21
2006 General (staff letters). 1996 April 25
2007 General (constituent letters). 1996 April 25
2008 General (staff letters). 1996 May 2
2009 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1996 May 2
20010 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1996 May 2
20011 General (staff letters). 1996 May 10
20012 General (constituent letters). 1996 May 10
20013 General (staff letters). 1996 May 14
20014 General (constituent letters). 1996 May 14
20015 General (staff letters). 1996 May 20
20016 General (constituent letters). 1996 May 20
2011 General (staff letters). 1996 May 24
2012 General (constituent letters). 1996 May 24
2013 General (staff letters). 1996 June 6
2014 General (constituent letters). 1996 June 6
2015 General (staff letters). 1996 June 12
2016 General (constituent letters). 1996 June 12
2017 General (staff letters). 1996 June 26
2018 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1996 June 26
2019 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1996 June 26
20110 General (staff letters). 1996 July 8
20111 General (constituent letters). 1996 July 8
20112 General (staff letters). 1996 July 18
20113 General (constituent letters). 1996 July 18
20114 General (staff letters). 1996 July 25
20115 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1996 July 25
20116 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1996 July 25
20117 General (staff letters). 1996 October 2
20118 General (constituent letters). 1996 October 2
20119 General (staff letters). 1996 October 8
20120 General (constituent letters). 1996 October 8
2021 General (staff letters). 1996 October 25
2022 General (constituent letters). 1996 October 25
2023 General (staff letters). 1996 October 31
2024 General (constituent letters). 1996 October 31
2025 General (staff letters). 1996 November 8
2026 General (constituent letters). 1996 November 8
2027 General (staff letters). 1996 November 19
2028 General (constituent letters). 1996 November 19
2029 General (staff letters). 1996 December 5
20210 General (constituent letters). 1996 December 5
20211 General (staff letters). 1996 December 16
20212 General (constituent letters). 1996 December 16
20213 General (staff letters). 1997 January 3
20214 General (constituent letters). 1997 January 3
20215 General (staff letters). 1997 January 10
20216 General (constituent letters). 1997 January 10
20217 General (staff letters). 1997 January 24
20218 General (constituent letters). 1997 January 24
20219 General (staff letters). 1997 February 3
20220 General (constituent letters). 1997 February 3
20221 General (staff letters). 1997 February 11
20222 General (constituent letters). 1997 February 11
20223 General (staff letters). 1997 March 5
20224 General (constituent letters). 1997 March 5
20225 General (staff letters). 1997 March 24
20226 General (constituent letters). 1997 March 24
20227 General (staff letters). 1997 April 3
20228 General (constituent letters). 1997 April 3
20229 General (staff letters). 1997 April 17
20230 General (constituent letters). 1997 April 17
20231 General (staff letters). 1997 April 23
20232 General (constituent letters). 1997 April 23
20233 General (staff letters). 1997 April 29
20234 General (constituent letters). 1997 April 29
20235 General (staff letters). 1997 May 9
20236 General (constituent letters) (1 of 2). 1997 May 9
2031 General (constituent letters) (2 of 2). 1997 May 9
2032 General (staff letters). 1997 May 23
2033 General (constituent letters). 1997 May 23
2034 General (staff letters). 1997 June 3
2035 General (constituent letters). 1997 June 3
2036 General (staff letters). 1997 June 17
2037 General (constituent letters). 1997 June 17
2038 General (staff letters). 1997 June 30
2039 General (constituent letters). 1997 June 30
20310 General (staff draft letters). 1995 September
20311 General (staff draft letters). 1995 October
20312 General (staff draft letters). 1995 November
20313 General (staff draft letters). 1995 December
20314 General (staff draft letters). 1996 January
20315 General (staff draft letters). 1996 February
20316 General (staff draft letters). 1996 March
20317 General (staff draft letters). 1996 April
20318 General (staff draft letters). 1996 May
20319 General (staff draft letters). 1996 June
20320 General (staff draft letters). 1996 July
20321 General (staff draft letters). 1996 August
20322 General (staff draft letters). 1996 September
20323 General (staff draft letters). 1996 October
20324 General (staff draft letters). 1996 November-1997 February
20325 General (staff draft letters). 1997 March
20326 General (staff draft letters). 1997 April
20327 General (staff draft letters). 1997 May
20328 Military healthcare program. 1995 January-March
20329 Private Securities Litigation Reform Act (S. 240). 1995 February-April
20330 Striker Replacement bill. 1995 February-April


Kristjen M. Nielsen. 1995-1996

Kristjen M. Nielsen worked as a legislative correspondent. Her files primarily contain correspondence related to health, government affairs, aging, labor, welfare, defense, veterans' affairs, and aviation.



Box Folder
2041 General (1 of 3). 1995 June 13
2042 General (2 of 3). 1995 June 13
2043 General (3 of 3). 1995 June 13
2044 General (1 of 2). 1995 June 22
2045 General (2 of 2). 1995 June 22
2046 General (1 of 2). 1995 July 10
2047 General (2 of 2). 1995 July 10
2048 General. 1995 July 11-12
2049 General (1 of 2). 1995 July 18
20410 General (2 of 2). 1995 July 18
20411 General. 1995 July 20
20412 General. 1995 July 26
20413 General. 1995 August 3
20414 General (1 of 3). 1995 August 28
20415 General (2 of 3). 1995 August 28
2051 General (3 of 3). 1995 August 28
2052 General. 1995 August 31
2053 General. 1995 September 1-7
2054 General. 1995 September 17
2055 General (1 of 2). 1995 October 3
2056 General (2 of 2). 1995 October 3
2057 General. 1995 October 10-30
2058 General. 1995 October
2059 General. 1995 November 3-14
20510 General (1 of 2). 1995 November 16
20511 General (2 of 2). 1995 November 16
20512 General. 1995 November 20
20513 General. 1995 November
20514 General (1 of 2). 1995 December 12
20515 General (2 of 2). 1995 December 12
20516 General. 1995 December 13-15
20517 General. 1995 December
2061 General. 1996 January
2062 General. 1996 February 2-9
2063 General. 1996 February 11-27
2064 General. 1996 March-April
2065 General. 1996 March 19
2066 General (1 of 2). 1996 May 1
2067 General (2 of 2). 1996 May 1
2068 General. 1996 May 2
2069 General (1 of 2). 1996 May 15
20610 General (2 of 2). 1996 May 15
20611 General. 1996 May 20-23
20612 General (1 of 2). 1996 May 24
20613 General (2 of 2). 1996 May 24
20614 General. 1996 June 10-13
20615 General. 1996 June 19-24
2071 General. 1996 June 25-26
2072 General. 1996 July 7-11
2073 General. 1996 July 17-22
2074 General. 1996 July 27
2075 General (staff draft letters). 1995 September
2076 General (staff draft letters). 1995 October
2077 General (staff draft letters). 1995 November
2078 General (staff draft letters). 1995 December
2079 General (staff draft letters). 1996 January
20710 General (staff draft letters). 1996 February
20711 General (staff draft letters). 1996 March
20712 General (staff draft letters). 1996 April
20713 General (staff draft letters). 1996 May
20714 General (staff draft letters). 1996 June
20715 General (staff draft letters). 1996 July


Ashley Hastings. 1996-1998

Ashley Hastings worked as a legislative correspondent. Her files primarily contain correspondence related to transportation, the environment, government affairs, defense, immigration, foreign affairs, and judicial issues.



Box Folder
20716 General (1 of 2). 1996 July 19
20717 General (2 of 2). 1996 July 19
20718 General. 1996 July 22-25
20719 General. 1996 August 5
20720 General. 1996 August 9
20721 General. 1996 August 26
20722 General. 1996 August 27-29
2081 General. 1996 September 3-5
2082 General. 1996 September 12-17
2083 General. 1996 September 19-20
2084 General. 1996 September 23-25
2085 General. 1996 October 4-10
2086 General. 1996 October 18-22
2087 General. 1996 November 4-12
2088 General. 1996 November 18-22
2089 General. 1996 December 3-11
20810 General. 1996 December 20
20811 General (staff draft letters). 1996
20812 General. 1997 January 7-21
20813 General. 1997 January 31
20814 General (staff draft letters). 1997 January-April
2091 General. 1997 February
2092 General. 1997 March 2-12
2093 General. 1997 March 18-27
2094 General. 1997 April 1-14
2095 General (1 of 2). 1997 April 16
2096 General (2 of 2). 1997 April 16
2097 General. 1997 April 17-29
2098 General (1 of 2). 1997 May 1
2099 General (2 of 2). 1997 May 1
20910 General. 1997 May 14
20911 General. 1997 May 15
20912 General. 1997 May 16
20913 General. 1997 May 27-30
20914 General (staff draft letters). 1997 May-December
2101 General. 1997 June
2102 General. 1997 August 8
2103 General. 1998 January 16
2104 General. 1997 November
2105 General. 1997 December
2106 I-75 interchange in Naples, Florida. 1997 February-April


Kenneth C. "Casey" Otis. 1996-1998

Kenneth C. Otis worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to agriculture, commerce, education, welfare, the budget, taxes, judicial issues, and veterans' affairs.



Box Folder
2107 General. 1996 April
2108 General. 1996 May 1-13
2109 General. 1996 May 14-24
21010 General. 1996 May 28-31
21011 General. 1996 June
21012 General. 1996 July 3-8
21013 General. 1996 July 19-25
21014 General. 1996 July 28
21015 General. 1996 August
2111 General. 1996 September 11-17
2112 General. 1996 September 20-26
2113 General. 1996 October 2-9
2114 General. 1996 October 15-25
2115 General. 1996 November 1-15
2116 General. 1996 November 19-25
2117 General. 1996 December 9-19
2118 General. 1997 January
2119 General. 1997 February
21110 General. 1997 March 4-14
21111 General. 1997 March 17
21112 General. 1997 March 18-31
21113 General. 1997 April 4
2121 General. 1997 April 11-25
2122 General. 1997 May 2-14
2123 General. 1997 May 16-29
2124 General (staff letters). 1997 June 6
2125 General (constituent letters). 1997 June 6
2126 General (staff letters). 1997 June 20
2127 General (constituent letters). 1997 June 20
2128 General (staff letters). 1997 July 7
2129 General (constituent letters). 1997 July 7
21210 General (staff letters). 1997 July 11
21211 General (constituent letters). 1997 July 11
21212 General. 1997 July 18
21213 General (staff letters). 1997 July 22-28
21214 General (constituent letters). 1997 July 22-28
21215 General (staff letters). 1997 August 7
21216 General (constituent letters). 1997 August 7
21217 General (staff letters). 1997 September 12
21218 General (constituent letters). 1997 September 12
21219 General (staff letters). 1997 October 7-8
21220 General (constituent letters). 1997 October 7-8
2131 General (staff letters). 1997 October 16
2132 General (constituent letters). 1997 October 16
2133 General (staff letters). 1997 October 20
2134 General (constituent letters). 1997 October 20
2135 General. 1997 December
2136 General (custom and form letter staff drafts) (1 of 2). 1997
2137 General (custom and form letter staff drafts) (2 of 2). 1997
2138 General. 1998 January
2139 General. 1998 February 9
21310 General. 1998 February 24
21311 General. 1998 March 2-11
21312 General. 1998 March 20
21313 General. 1998 March 30
21314 General. 1998 April 21
21315 General. 1998 May 11
21316 General. 1998 May 27
21317 General. 1998 June 22
21318 General (custom and form letter staff drafts) (1 of 2). 1998
2141 General (custom and form letter staff drafts) (2 of 2). 1998


Deidra L. Ciriello. 1997-1999

Deidra L. Ciriello worked as a legislative correspondent. Her files primarily contain correspondence related to the environment, education, governmental affairs, immigration, and agriculture.



Box Folder
2142 General. 1997 October
2143 General. 1997 November
2144 General. 1997 December
2145 General. 1998 January
2146 General. 1998 February
2147 General. 1998 March
2148 General. 1998 April
2149 General. 1998 May 1-8
21410 General. 1998 May 11-29
21411 General. 1998 June 1-17
21412 General. 1998 June 19
21413 General. 1998 June 22-25
21414 General. 1998 July 6-21
21415 General. 1999 June-August
21416 General (staff drafts). 1997-1999
21417 General (staff drafts). 1997-1999


Yann H. H. Van Geertruyden. 1997-1999

Yann H. H. Van Geertruyden worked as a legislative correspondent from 1995 to 1998 and then went on to work as a legislative assistant from 1998 to 2000. His files primarily contain correspondence related to defense, trade, transportation, aviation, customs, drug interdiction, and appropriations.



Box Folder
21418 General. 1997 July
21419 General. 1997 August 1-5
21420 General. 1997 August 6-27
2151 General. 1997 September
2152 General. 1997 October
2153 General. 1997 November 3-10
2154 General. 1997 November 12-26
2155 General. 1997 December 1-11
2156 General. 1997 December 12-30
2157 General (staff drafts). 1997
2158 General. 1998 January 2-23
2159 General. 1998 January 26
21510 General. 1998 February 2-11
21511 General. 1998 February 13-27
21512 General (custom and form letter staff drafts). 1998 January-February
21513 General. 1998 March 2-13
2161 General. 1998 March 16-17
2162 General. 1998 March 18-24
2163 General. 1998 March 25-30
2164 General. 1998 April
2165 General. 1998 May 6-13
2166 General. 1998 May 14-15
2167 General. 1998 May 18-27
2168 General. 1998 June 16-19
2169 General. 1998 June 30
21610 General. 1998 July 6-16
21611 General (1 of 2). 1998 July 17
21612 General (2 of 2). 1998 July 17
21613 General. 1998 July 20-29
21614 General. 1998 August 6-8
2171 General. 1998 September
2172 General. 1998 October-November
2173 General (custom and form letter staff drafts). 1998 March-December
2174 General (custom and form letter staff drafts). 1997 October-December
2175 General. 1999 April-July
2176 General. 1999 August-November
2177 General. 1998 November
2178 General. 1998 December
2179 General. 1999 January
21710 General. 1999 February
21711 General. 1999 April
21712 General. 1999 June 11-22
21713 General. 1999 June 24-30
21714 Commercial Space Act (S. 1473). 1998 August
21715 Relocation of three United States Army command centers to Homsetead Air Reserve Station. 1998 July-October
21716 Transportation Appropriations bill. 1999 July


Benjamin Connely Skaggs. 1997-1999

Benjamin Connely Skaggs worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to transportation, labor, and foreign affairs.



Box Folder
21717 General. 1997 August
21718 General. 1997 September
21719 General. 1997 October-November
21720 General. 1997 December
21721 General. 1998 January
21722 General. 1998 March
21723 General. 1998 March
21724 General. 1998 April-May
2181 General. 1998 June
2182 General. 1998 July
2183 General. 1998 August
2184 General. 1998 September
2185 General. 1998 October-November
2186 General. 1999 January
2187 General. 1999 April
2188 General. 1999 May
2189 General. 1999 June
21810 General. 1999 July
21811 General. 1999 September
21812 General (staff drafts). 1997-1998
21813 National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) - Sarah Fox appointment. 1997 September


Franklin W. Bonner. 1998-1999

Franklin W. Bonner worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to health care, housing, banking, commerce, and judicial issues.



Box Folder
21814 General. 1998 July
21815 General. 1998 August 4-12
21816 General. 1998 August 18-31
21817 General. 1998 September
21818 General. 1998 October
21819 General. 1998 December
21820 General. 1999 January 5-12
21821 General. 1999 January 13-28
21822 General. 1999 February 1-5
21823 General. 1999 February 8
21824 General. 1999 February 18-22
21825 General. 1999 March
2191 General. 1999 April
2192 General (custom and form letter staff drafts). 1998 June-1999 April


Graham B. Culp. 1999-2000

Graham B. Culp worked as a legislative correspondent and later went on to become a legislative assistant. His files primarily contain correspondence related to labor, taxes, housing, and aging.



Box Folder
2193 General. 1999 July-August
2194 General. 1999 September
2195 General. 1999 October
2196 General. 1999 November-December
2197 General. 2000 January
2198 General. 2000 February
2199 General. 2000 March
21910 General. 2000 April
21911 General. 2000 May-July


Jordan C. Paul. 1999-2000

Jordan C. Paul worked as a legislative correspondent and later went on to become a legislative assistant. His files primarily contain correspondence related to foreign affairs and defense. The bulk of the correspondence is related to Senator Mack's bill to grant citizenship to Elian Gonzalez (S. 1999) and his co-sponsorship of Senator Bob Smith's legislation (S. 2314) to grant permanent residence status to Elian and his Cuban family.



Box Folder
21912 Elian Gonzalez. 2000 January
21913 Elian Gonzalez. 2000 January
21914 Elian Gonzalez. 2000 January
21915 Elian Gonzalez. 2000 January-March
21916 Elian Gonzalez. 2000 January-March
21917 Elian Gonzalez (1 of 3). 2000 January-April
21918 Elian Gonzalez (2 of 3). 2000 January-April
2201 Elian Gonzalez (3 of 3). 2000 January-April
2202 Elian Gonzalez (1 of 2). 2000 January-April
2203 Elian Gonzalez (2 of 2). 2000 January-April
2204 Elian Gonzalez. 2000 January-April
2205 Elian Gonzalez (1 of 2). 2000 January-April
2206 Elian Gonzalez (2 of 2). 2000 January-April
2207 Elian Gonzalez. 2000 January-April
2208 Elian Gonzalez. 2000 January-May
2209 Elian Gonzalez (1 of 2). 2000 January-May
22010 Elian Gonzalez (2 of 2). 2000 January-May
22011 Elian Gonzalez. 2000 March-April
22012 Elian Gonzalez. 2000 April
22013 Elian Gonzalez. 2000 April
22014 Elian Gonzalez. 2000 April-May
22015 Elian Gonzalez. 2000 April-June
22016 Elian Gonzalez - form letter drafts. 2000
22017 General. 1999-2000


Lauren C. Ploch. 1999-2000

Lauren C. Ploch worked as a legislative correspondent. Her files primarily contain correspondence related to health care and governmental affairs.



Box Folder
2211 General. 1999 May 5-11
2212 General. 1999 May 16-18
2213 General. 1999 May 21-28
2214 General. 1999 June 2-7
2215 General. 1999 June 8-19
2216 General. 1999 June 21-29
2217 General. 1999 July 1-19
2218 General. 1999 July 20-29
2219 General. 1999 August 5
22110 General. 1999 August 8-30
22111 General. 1999 September 3-21
22112 General. 1999 September 23-30
22113 General. 1999 October 4-15
22114 General. 1999 October 18-27
22115 General. 1999 November 1
22116 General. 1999 November 3-29
2221 General. 1999 December
2222 General. 2000 January
2223 General. 2000 February
2224 General. 2000 March
2225 General. 2000 April
2226 General. 2000 May
2227 General. 2000 June
2228 General. 2000 July
2229 General. 2000 August
22210 General. 2000 September
22211 General. 2000 October
22212 General (custom and form letter staff drafts). 1999-2000


Carrie A. Schroeder. 1999-2000

Carrie A. Schroeder worked as a legislative correspondent. Her files primarily contain correspondence related to the environment, immigration, education, and judicial issues.



Box Folder
22213 General. 1999 August
22214 General. 1999 September 2-14
22215 General. 1999 September 15-30
22216 General. 1999 October 4-14
22217 General. 1999 October 18-26
22218 General. 1999 November 1-19
22219 General. 1999 November 22-30
22220 General. 1999 December
22221 General. 2000 January
2231 General. 2000 February
2232 General. 2000 March
2233 General. 2000 April
2234 General. 2000 May
2235 General. 2000 June
2236 General. 2000 July
2237 General. 2000 August
2238 General. 2000 September
2239 Peace Accord between Israel and Syria. 2000 January
22310 Religious persecution of the Baha'is of Iran (Sen. Res. 57). 2000 April


Stephen M. Cote. 2000

Stephen M. Cote worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to education, judicial issues, taxes, and government affairs.



Box Folder
22311 General. 2000 April
22312 General. 2000 May
22313 General. 2000 June
22314 General. 2000 July
22315 General. 2000 August
22316 General. 2000 September
22317 General. 2000 October


Daniel M. Creekman. 2000

Daniel M. Creekman worked as a legislative correspondent. His files primarily contain correspondence related to health care, veterans' affairs, judicial issues, and banking.



Box Folder
22318 General. 2000 January
2241 General. 2000 February
2242 General. 2000 March 6-22
2243 General. 2000 March 23-30
2244 General. 2000 April 4-13
2245 General. 2000 April 14-28
2246 General. 2000 May 1-8
2247 General. 2000 May 15-26
2248 General. 2000 June 5-8
2249 General. 2000 June 9
22410 General. 2000 June 12-20
22411 General (custom and form letter staff drafts). 2000


Barbara E. Watkins. 2000

Barbara E. Watkins worked as a legislative correspondent. Her files primarily contain correspondence related to health care.



Box Folder
22412 General. 2000 June
22413 General. 2000 July
22414 General. 2000 August 2-17
22415 General. 2000 August 23
2251 General. 2000 August 28-29
2252 General. 2000 September 7
2253 General. 2000 September 8-27
2254 General (custom and form letter staff drafts). 2000



Series 3: Campaign and political files. 1981-1997

This series documents Connie Mack's political campaigns for the U.S. House and Senate as well as his other political activities and polling data. Also present are the files of Jorge Arrizurieta, who worked as Executive Assistant to Alec Courtelis (Finance Chairman of the Republican Party of Florida) during President George H.W. Bush's 1988 election campaign. The files contain correspondence, speeches, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, internal memoranda, campaign event information, various types of campaign literature, and polling data. Other campaign material can be found in the Memorabilia series (campaign signs and buttons) and Press Office files series (press staff files, photographs, and audio/video recordings).

The series is divided into nine subseries: 3a. U.S. House campaign 1982, 3b. Conservative Opportunity Society (COS) (1983-1986), 3c. U.S. House campaign 1984, 3d. U.S. House campaign 1986, 3e. U.S. Senate campaign 1988, 3f. Politics 1988, 3g. U.S. Senate campaign 1994, 3h. Politics 1995-1996, 3i. Polling data 1982-1997



3a. U.S. House campaign. 1982

These files detail the events surrounding Mack's election to the U.S. House in 1982. He ran in the Republican primary for the 13th District, a newly created district centered around Fort Myers. Files include correspondence, speeches, a scrapbook, and his campaign plan. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
2255 Campaign plan. 1982 June 25
2256 Correspondence. 1982
2257 Scrapbook (1 of 2). 1982
2258 Scrapbook (2 of 2). 1982
2259 Speeches. 1981-1982
22510 Speeches. 1983


3b. Conservative Opportunity Society (COS). 1983-1986

These files document Connie Mack's participation in Newt Gingrich's Conservative Opportunity Society (COS). Mack was an early member. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
22511 Articles. 1985
22512 Baltimore II Conference. 1983-1984
22513 Baltimore II Conference (1 of 2). 1983-1984
22514 Baltimore II Conference (2 of 2). 1983-1984
22515 Baltimore III Conference. 1983-1986
22516 Budget (1 of 4). 1984-1986
2261 Budget (2 of 4). 1984-1986
2262 Budget (3 of 4). 1984-1986
2263 Budget (4 of 4). 1984-1986
2264 Campaign strategies. 1983-1986
2265 Crime project. 1984
2266 Floor action. 1983-1984
2267 General. 1983-1984
2268 Grand Old Party (GOP) file. 1985-1986
2269 Handbook. 1983-1984
22610 Memoranda. 1984-1985
22611 Minutes. 1983-1984
22612 Newt Gingrich comments. 1984-1985
22613 School prayer. 1984
22614 Surveys. 1984
22615 Town meetings. 1983-1986


3c. U.S. House campaign. 1984

These files document Connie Mack's 1984 U.S. House re-election campaign including correspondence, speeches, and voter mail lists. Mack won re-election unopposed. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
22616 Citizens for Connie Mack Committee - weekly reports. 1983-1984
22617 Correspondence. 1984
22618 Speeches. 1984
22619 Voter mail lists. 1984


3d. U.S. House campaign. 1986

These files document Connie Mack's 1986 U.S. House re-election campaign including correspondence, news articles, campaign events, speeches, and other campaign related records. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
22620 Articles - 1986 Senate race. 1985-1986
22621 Campaign articles. 1985
22622 Campaign correspondence - A. 1986
22623 Campaign correspondence - B. 1986
22624 Campaign correspondence - C. 1986
2271 Campaign correspondence - D. 1986
2272 Campaign correspondence - E. 1986
2273 Campaign correspondence - F. 1986
2274 Campaign correspondence - G. 1986
2275 Campaign correspondence - H. 1986
2276 Campaign correspondence - J. 1986
2277 Campaign correspondence - Joe B. Cox - Campaign Co-Chairman. 1986
2278 Campaign correspondence - K. 1986
2279 Campaign correspondence - L. 1986
22710 Campaign correspondence - M. 1985-1986
22711 Campaign correspondence - N. 1986
22712 Campaign correspondence - O. 1986
22713 Campaign correspondence - P. 1986
22714 Campaign correspondence - Q. 1985-1986
22715 Campaign correspondence - R. 1986
22716 Campaign correspondence - S. 1985-1986
22717 Campaign correspondence - T. 1985-1986
22718 Campaign correspondence - V. 1986
22719 Campaign correspondence - W. 1986
22720 Campaign correspondence - Y. 1986
22721 Campaign correspondence - Z. 1986
22722 Campaign event - Congressman Jack Kemp. 1986 July 28
22723 Campaign event - Senator Phil Gramm. 1986 April 5
22724 Campaign event - Vice-President George H. W. Bush. 1986 March 10
22725 Chiles, Lawton - Florida Senator. 1986
22726 Citizens for Connie Mack Committee - budget draft. 1986
22727 Citizens for Connie Mack Committee (1 of 2). 1984-1986
22728 Citizens for Connie Mack Committee (2 of 2). 1984-1986
22729 Endorsements for Senator Mack. 1986
22730 Finkelstein, Arthur J. - Republican Party consultant (1 of 2). 1985-1986
22731 Finkelstein, Arthur J. - Republican Party consultant (2 of 2). 1985-1986
22732 Florida and Sarasota County Voters' Guide. 1986 August 21
22733 Florida Governor's race. 1985
22734 Florida Leadership Association Foundation (1 of 3). 1984-1986
2281 Florida Leadership Association Foundation (2 of 3). 1984-1986
2282 Florida Leadership Association Foundation (3 of 3). 1984-1986
2283 Florida State Political Action Committee (PAC). 1986
2284 General campaign files. 1985-1986
2285 General campaign files. 1985-1986
2286 General campaign files. 1985-1986
2287 General campaign files. 1985-1986
2288 General campaign files. 1985-1986
2289 Gilbert, Addison S. - Democratic 13th District Candidate. 1986
22810 Hawkins, Paula Fickes - Florida Senator. 1986
22811 Lists. 1986
22812 McGillicuddy, Dennis - Senator Mack's brother. 1985
22813 Media. 1985-1986
22814 National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC). 1985-1986
22815 National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) - binder. 1985-1986
22816 Pictures and biography. 1986
22817 Political maps. undated
22818 Polls. 1984-1986
22819 Praise for Connie Mack (1 of 2). 1985-1986
22820 Praise for Connie Mack (2 of 2). 1985-1986
22821 Presidential race 1988. 1985-1986
2291 Republican Party of Florida (1 of 2). 1984-1986
2292 Republican Party of Florida (2 of 2). 1984-1986
2293 Speeches. 1985-1986
2294 The Florida Monitor - political newsletter. 1985-1986
2295 The Kiplinger Florida Letter - newsletter. 1985-1986
2296 The Political Report - newsletter. 1985-1986
2297 Voting data. 1986 October


3e. U.S. Senate campaign. 1988

These files document Connie Mack's 1988 Senate campaign including correspondence, news articles, campaign events, speeches, news releases, and other campaign related records. In 1987 Connie Mack announced his bid for incumbent Democratic Senator Lawton Chiles' seat. Chiles decided to retire rather than seek a fourth term. The resulting campaign was a very close race between Connie Mack and Democratic challenger Buddy MacKay. Mack received endorsements and support from President Ronald Reagan and Vice-Presidential candidate Dan Quayle. The election was so close there was a recount until MacKay conceded eight days later. This subseries is arranged alphabetically.



Box Folder
2298 Articles (1 of 2). 1986-1989
2299 Articles (2 of 2). 1986-1989
22910 Campaign committee lists. 1987-1988
22911 Campaign correspondence. 1987-1989
22912 Campaign event - Clayton Yeutter - United States Trade Representative. 1988
22913 Campaign event - Connie Mack birthday barbecue with Senator Bob Dole. 1988 October 29
22914 Campaign event - Connie Mack Founders Club. 1990 March 16-17
22915 Campaign event - Connie Mack Founders Club Roundtable Meeting - La Playa Beach and Raquet Club. 1989
22916 Campaign event - Connie Mack Luncheon. 1987 November 9
22917 Campaign event - Jewish National Fund Dinner. 1989
22918 Campaign event - Oliver North - Lt. Colonel. 1988
22919 Campaign event - President Ronald Reagan Miami visit. 1988 June 29
22920 Campaign event - President Ronald Reagan Miami visit - Cuban leaders meeting. 1988 June 30
22921 Campaign event - President Ronald Reagan Miami visit - fundraising letters. 1988 June
22922 Campaign event - President Ronald Reagan Miami visit - President's speech. 1988 June 29
22923 Campaign event - President Ronald Reagan Miami visit - schedule and dais set-up. 1988 June 29
22924 Campaign event - Robin Cook Open House. 1988 March 20
22925 Campaign event - Senator Dudley fundraiser. 1990 October 6
22926 Campaign event - The Foundation for Missing and Abused Children. 1987 April 24
22927 Campaign targeting proposal. 1986
2301 Coalition groups - Farmers and lawyers for Mack. 1988
2302 Connie Mack Founders Club. 1990-
2303 Connie Mack news releases. 1987-1988
2304 Connie Mack news releases. 1988 April-May
2305 Connie Mack news releases. 1988 May
2306 Connie Mack news releases. 1988 June 13-20
2307 Connie Mack news releases. 1988 June 20-July 20
2308 Connie Mack news releases. 1988 July 21-August 21
2309 Crime - Democratic Presidential Candidate Michael Dukakis - criticism. 1988 August 9
23010 Forbes, Michael P. - campaign manager. 1986-1988
23011 Friends of Connie Mack - monetary donations. 1987-1988
23012 Friends of Connie Mack - monetary donations. 1987-1988
23013 General campaign files. 1988-1989
23014 Issue briefs. 1988
23015 MacKay, Buddy - Florida Senate Democratic Candidate. 1988
23016 Media plan. 1987-1988
23017 Merkle, Robert W. - Florida Senate Republican Candidate. 1988
23018 News clipping packages. 1988 January 19-24
23019 News clipping packages. 1988 January-February
23020 News clipping packages. 1988 January-March
23021 News clipping packages. 1988 February 3-26
23022 News clipping packages. 1988 February 6-19
23023