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Birch Bayh Press Releases 1973-1976

Senator from Indiana, 1963-80

 

Press Releases and Statements 1973-76

Note: The files are not complete for these years, containing in some cases only a list of the releases but not the documents themselves.National and local releases are in separate lists and so are listed separately here.

Date

Number

Title/Description

1973 Press Releases

n.b. Most of 1973 are drug abuse; where are the others?

1973.1.4

2-73

Bayh introduces bills for direct popular election of the President and for lower qualifying age for Senate and House of Representatives

1973.2.13

12-73

Bayh opens Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency hearings in Louisville, Kentucky on use of methadone

1973.2.14

13-73

Bayh opens Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency hearings in Indianapolis on use of methadone

1973.2.22

18-73

Bayh with others introduces three bills to crack down on diversion of legally manufactured barbiturates to illicit markets

1973.2.26

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Legislation regulating barbiturates (Barbiturate Control Act, Dangerous Drug Identification Act, Dangerous Drug Tracer and Law Enforcement Information Act)

1973.3.14

24-73

Bayh and Kennedy introduce Constitutional amendment to grant full Congressional representation to the District of Columbia

1973.3.15

26-73

Bayh introduces the Methaqualone Control Act of 1973 (includes statement)

1973.3.28

32-73

Bayh opens hearings of Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency on Methaqualone Control Act (includes opening statement)

1973.3.28

33-73

Two drug company officials refuse to appear at methaqualone hearings voluntarily, are subpoenaed by Bayh

1973.4.5

38-73

Bayh opens hearings on use and abuse of methadone

1973.4.5

39-73

Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, acting on a Food and Drug Administration Report, recommends putting methaqualone on Schedule II of Controlled Substances Act, as Bayh legislation requested

1973.4.10

Bayh joins Midwest colleagues in asking Nixon to adopt six-point program to meet short and long term energy needs

1973.4.12

Bayh with Mondale introduces legislation to expedite use of Alaskan oil and natural gas and support Canadian pipeline

1973.4.13

44-73

Bayh introduces legislation to establish program of natural disaster insurance for all homeowners and businessmen

1973.4.18

46-73

Bayh introduces legislation to bring Controlled Substances Act into compliance with International Convention on Psychotropic Substances now pending before Senate Foreign Relations Committee

1973.4.30

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Need for multi-pronged approach to drug abuse

1973.4.30

47-73

Department of Health, Education and Welfare backs Bayh position and moves short-acting barbiturates to Schedule II of Controlled Substances Act

1973.5.2

Testimony before Senate Interior Committee in support of the North Slope Energy Resources Act (S. 1565)

1973.5.9

55-73

Bayh introduces legislation to overhaul federal parole system

1973.5.10

Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency will resume hearings on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act

1973.5.17

57-73

Bayh introduces legislation to extend Drug Abuse Education Act for one more year

1973.5.24

58-73

Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency reports S. 1115 to tighten federal control of methadone and other dangerous drugs to full Judiciary Committee

1973.5.31

61-73

Senate Judiciary Committee agrees to report Runaway Youth Act and Narcotic Addict Treatment Act to full Senate

1973.6.5

62-73

Senate adopts Bayh amendment to assure farmers of adequate fuel for 1973 and 1974

1973.6.8

67-73

Senate passes Runaway Youth Act and Narcotic Addict Treatment Act

1973.6.14

73-73

Bayh announces Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency hearings on use of drugs by athletes

1973.6.25

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Alcohol abuse as the country’s major drug problem

1973.6.26

Bayh floor statement introducing juvenile justice amendment to LEAA extension

1973.6.28

84-73

Bayh called for move from price freeze to Phase Four anti-inflation measure

1973.6.28

85-73

Bayh will offer anti-impoundment amendment for all appropriations for coming year

1973.7.12

89-73

Bayh asks Senate to give approval to Alaskan pipeline

1973.7.13

Bayh’s schedule for the day

1973.7.18

90-73

Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments will hold hearings on full representation for District of Columbia

1973.7.24

91-73

Bayh criticizes investigation of Kent State killings

1973.7.26

92-73

Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments to hold hearings on seven proposed Constitutional amendments dealing with school prayer

1973.11.14

130-73

Bayh praises Department of Justice decision to place three short-acting barbiturates under stricter controls

1973.11.15

Congressional Record speech, "Reservations regarding Administration of Barbiturate Control"

1973.11.19

131-73

Bayh urges placement of six lesser known barbiturates under stricter controls

1973.11.19

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Need to get more barbiturates under stricter controls

1973.11.26

133-73

Bayh releases hearings of Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency showing evidence of drug use among athletes

1974.1.9

3-74

Bayh releases hearings of Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency that demonstrate need for new coordinated approach

1974.1.17

4-74

Bayh speech to Indiana High School Football Coaches Association at Earlham College emphasizing important role youth can plan in solving nation's problems

1974.1.18

5-74

Bayh speech to Fort Wayne Jaycees Distinguished Service Awards Banquet on three bills that will reduce paperwork load on small businessmen

1974.1.18

6-74

Bayh speech to Indiana Beef Convention in Indianapolis urging continued support for strong position of beef producers

1974.1.14

7-74

Bayh speech at annual banquet of the National Association of Catalogue Showrooms in Chicago calls on Nixon administration to counter falling consumer confidence in the economy

1974.1.15

8-74

Bayh announces Department of Defense reduction of funding for SAM-D missile system

1974.2.4

9-74

Bayh asks Secretary of Commerce Frederick Dent to limit exports of plastic resins and other petrochemical feedstocks

1974.2.1

10-74

Bayh introduces legislation to require Federal Energy Office to conduct a national inventory of crude oil and refined petroleum products within 45 days (includes statement)

1974.2.1

11-74

Bayh introduce bill to include "Pap" test for uterine cancer under Medicare coverage

1974.2.1

12-74

Bayh writes Henry Jackson suggesting extended unemployment compensation section of Emergency Energy Act be extended to cover all workers losing jobs due to energy crisis

1974.2.4

13-74

Bayh introduces legislation requiring that all documents dealing with official business generated by elected federal officials be turned over to the National Archives within 180 days after the official leaves office

1974.2.6

14-74

Bayh pleased that Senate-House conferees on Emergency Energy Act adopted his proposal to extend unemployment compensation to all workers out of work because of energy crisis

1974.2.8

15-74

Bayh and Representative Edward Koch ask Attorney General William Saxbe to lend Justice Department support to the Citizen's Privacy Act

1974.2.11

9th Annual High School Conference Participants Announced

1974.2.14

16-74

Bayh blasts Nixon administration's energy policies

1974.2.22

17-74

Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency hearings on legislation to enable U.S. to comply with International Convention on Psychotropic Substances feature Drug Enforcement Administration repot on international drug operation centered in Mexico

1974.3.4

18-74

Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments to open hearings on amendments on abortion

1974.3.5

19-74

Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments open hearings on privacy legislation beyond that in current law enforcement bill

1974.3.5

20-74

Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency reports Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevents Act (S. 821) to full Judiciary Committee

1974.3.8

21-74

Bayh urges speedy enactment of energy-related unemployment compensation in face of veto of Energy Emergency Act

1974.3.12

22-74

Bayh proposes amendment to Second Supplemental Appropriations bills to slash $1 billion from federal welfare budget

1974.3.19

23-74

Bayh General Accounting Office to investigate whether Commerce Department is complying with the Export Administration Act with regard to plastic resins

1974.3.25

24-74

Bipartisan group of 22 senators writes to Interior Secretary Rogers C. B. Morton asking him to reaffirm his support for a trans-Canadian route for delivering Alaskan natural gas

1974.3.26

25-74

Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency to hold hearings on effects of Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Act of 1970

1974.3.27

26-74

Bayh speech to Joint Legislative Conference of the United Auto Workers and International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers denouncing increasing rises in cost of living

1974.3.30

27-74

Bayh has requested that Federal Trade Commission let him see transcripts of prehearing conferences with oil companies accused of anti-competitive practices

1974.4.3

29-74

Bayh files suit against Federal Trade Commission demanding that prehearing conferences between Commission and eight major oil companies be made public

1974.4.3

30-74

Bayh releases exchange of letters with Special Prosecutor Leon Jaworski regarding Attorney General Richard Kleindienst plea bargain in ITT Corporation antitrust case

1974.4.6

31-74

Bayh speech to Indiana State Council of the International Association of Machinists in Indianapolis on uncontrolled inflation

1974.4.4

32-74

Bayh proposes amendment to Second Supplemental Appropriations Bill to provide $100 million for tornado disaster relief (includes letter to Subcommittee Chairman William Proxmire)

1974.4.6

33-74

Bayh has asked Attorney General William Saxbe and Chairman Philip Hart of the Antitrust and Monopoly Subcommittee to look into proposed acquisition of Motorola, Inc. by Matsushita of Japan (includes letters to Saxbe and Hart)

1974.4.9

34-74

Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments hearings on abortion amendments continue April 10

What Others Says about B2(press up to April 19, 1971; is this in the right place?)

1974.4.9

35-74

Bayh proposes earmarking a substantial amount of Public Service Employee Program funds to assist communities in repairing tornado damage

1974.4.11

36-74

Bayh supports discontinuing wage and price controls except in energy area when administration's economy controls expire

1974.4.?

37-77

Indianapolis Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner [folder empty]

1974.4.24

38-74

Bayh urges speedy passage of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act (S. 821 and H. R. 5265) and Runaway Youth Act (S. 645 and H. R. 9298)

1974.4.?

39-74

Export of Oil to Japan [folder empty]

1974.4.24

40-74

Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments to continue hearings on abortion amendments April 25

1974.4.26

41-74

Bayh urges Office of Management and Budget and Federal Disaster Assistance Administration to release $5 million to local Community Action Agencies to help tornado victims

1974.4.28

42-74

Bayh files motion for summary judgment in lawsuit against Federal Trade Commission to get transcripts from prehearing conferences with oil companies charged with anti-competitive practices

1974.4.29

43-74

Federal Trade Commission agrees to make transcripts from prehearing conferences public in investigation of oil company anti-competitive practices

1974.4.30

44-74

Bayh introduces bill to include routine coverage of Pap tests for uterine cancer in health insurance for federal civilian employees

1974.5.1

45-74

Senate approves federal control of methadone

1974.5.1

46-74

Bayh urges colleagues to reject Muskie amendment to extend stand-by authority to impose new economic controls

1974.5.6

47-74

Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments to continue hearings on abortion amendments May 7

1974.5.8

48-74

Bayh disappointed by Judiciary Committee changes to Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act

1974.5.15

49-74

Bayh offers amendment to Elementary and Secondary Education Act to provide minimum of busing while still supporting desegregation (includes statement)

1974.5.21

50-74

Bayh and others introduce tax reform that closes loopholes and recovers revenues lost in anti-recession tax cut (includes statement)

1974.6.5

51-74

Bayh says General Accounting Officeanalysis of Army's SAM-D missile program shows it is not cost-effective

1974.6.10

Senate candidacy announcement speech, Terre Haute

1974.6.11

Senate candidacy announcement speech, Evansville

1974.6.12

Senate candidacy announcement speech, Clarksville

1974.6.17

53-74

Federal Trade Commission agrees to provide Bayh with prompt access to all prehearing conference transcripts in investigation of oil companies anti-competitive practices

1974.6.25

54-74

Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments to continue hearings on abortion amendments June 26

1974.6.25

55-74

Bayh calls on Nixon to focus on inflation and unemployment instead of foreign policy

1974.7.2

56-74

Bayh urges Nixon to use power under Foreign Assistance Act to protect American public against illegal drug traffic

1974.7.18

57-74

Bayh introduces amendment to improve provisions of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act as reported out by Judiciary Committee

1974.7.22

58-74

Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments to continue hearings on abortion amendments July 24

1974.7.25

59-74

Senate passes Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act

1974.8.15

60-74

House-Senate Conference Committee on Juvenile Justice approves Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act and Runaway Youth Act

1974.8.8

60-74

Statement on resignation of President Nixon

1974.8.20

61-74

Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments to continue hearings on abortion amendments August 21

1974.8.21

62-74

Congress sends Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act and Runaway Youth Act to President for signature

[1974.9.4]

IDEA

"Candidate Records versus Campaign Press Releases" [comparison of claims and record Richard Lugar]

1974.9.4

IDSCC

Indiana Democratic Party's "Showcase '74" fund-raising dinner cancelled because of lack of funds in state and county organizations

[1974.9.11]

IDEA

"Politics, Crime and Credibility" [Richard Lugar record on crime]

[1974.9.18]

IDEA

"Bayh and Lugar on Gun Control"

[1974.9.25]

IDEA

"A Consistent Record of Achievement for Indiana and for the Nation"

[1974.10.3]

IDEA

"Why Is Indiana in Last Place?" [per capita return of tax dollars]

1974.10.10

IDEA

Bob Wiedrich column from Chicago Tribune of Oct. 10, for reprinting by IDEA papers

1974.11.5

63-74

Statement condemning United Nations decision to provide a forum for the Palestine Liberation Organization

1974.10.16

64-74

Bayh proposes alternative tax proposal to close oil-company loopholes and raise more revenue than President Ford's proposed surcharge (includes statement and summary of Inflation Control Act of 1974)

1974.11.17

"Seven Senators Announce Drive for Balanced $4 Billion Tax Reform and Relief Package in Post-Election Session"

1974.11.21

[65-74]

Bayh urges colleagues to override President Ford's veto of 1974 amendments to the Freedom of Information Act to ensure openness in government

1974.11.19

66-74

Bayh introduces bill to exempt fraternities and sororities from becoming unintended victims of Title IX legislation

1974/11/26

67-74

Bayh testimony to Senate Commerce Committee contends that efficiency improvement goals should be set for cars and gas consumption

1974.12.4

68-74

Bayh notes failure of Ford administration to address inflation and recession, says leadership has passed to Congress

1974.12.4

69-74

Bayh offers amendment to eliminate $100 million Special Requirements Fund authorization for Middle East nations from Foreign Assistance Act

1974.12.11

70-74

Bayh offers amendment to Standby Energy Authorities Act to reduce price of domestic crude oil by 20%

1974.12.16

71-74

Senate passes Bayh legislation to exempt fraternities, sororities, and organizations such as Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts from federal anti-discrimination laws in higher education

1975 National Releases (from list only)

1975.1.2

1-75

FTC's ruling on publicity for prehearing conferences

1975.1.13

2-75

Extension of the Voting Rights Act

1975.1.10

3-75

Lessons of Watergate - Los Angeles

1975.1.10

4-75

Economic policy - Los Angeles

1975.1.15

5-75

Direct election amendment

1975.1.15

6-75

Family Farm inheritance Act

1975.1.15

7-75

Bayh's economic-energy approaches

1975.1.23

8-75

International Psychotropic Substance Act

1975.1.23

9-75

Social Security increases

1975.1.23

10-75

Tax reform legislation

1975.1.27

11-75

Opposition to defense projects to provide jobs

1975.2.12

12-75

Transportation hearings on the Penn Central funds

1975.2.17

13-75

Constitutional Amendment hearings on 25th Amendment

1975.2.20

14-75

Foreign Service Grievance Act

1975.2.25

15-75

Opening statement and witness for 25th Amendment hearings

1975.2.27

16-75

Southern Conference on Correctional Juvenile Justice

1975.2.27

17-75

Announcement of Juvenile Delinquency opium hearings

1975.2.27

18-75

Highway fund matching

1975.3.1

19-75

Democratic Conference of Mayors Juvenile Justice

1975.3.1

20-75

Keene, New Hampshire political speech

1975.3.4

21-75

Opening statement of the Juvenile Delinquency opium hearings

1975.3.6

22-75

Constitutional Amendments 25th Amendment hearings announcement

1975.3.10

23-75

Transportation hearings on highway funds

1975.3.12

24-75

Opposition to increase Medicare costs

1975.3.13

25-75

Impoundment of highway funds

1975.3.13

26-75

Canadian pipeline

1975.3.14

27-75

Pastore letter on Jobs Opportunity Program

1975.3.17

27-75a

Transportation hearings on Second Supplemental

1975.3.18

28-75

Trapping bill

1975.3.18

29-75

Substitute for tax cut bill

1975.3.18

29-75a

California economy speech

1975.3.18

30-75

Constitutional Amendments hearings on 25th amendment announcement

1975.3.24

31-75

Financial disclosure

1975.3.24

32-75

Juvenile Delinquency opium hearings

1975.3.25

33-75

Louisiana political speech

1975.3.26

34-75

Tax cut proposal

1975.4.1

35-75

Vietnam statement

1975.4.2

36-75

Crime statistics and Juvenile Justice

1975.4.3

36-75a

Pay raise for military lawyers

1975.4.4

37-75

Transportation hearings on the Second Supplemental

1975.4.6

38-75

Voting Rights Act -- extension for Spanish Americans

1975.4.7

39-75

Gun control hearings

1975.4.10

40-75

Constitutional Amendments hearings on abortion announcement

1975.4.9

41-75

School violence press conference

1975.4.10

41-75a

Reaction to President Ford's State of the Nation

1975.4.11

42-75

New Jersey political speech

1975.4.14

43-75

School violence hearings

1975.4.16

44-75

Opening statement for the school violence hearings

1975.4.17

45-75

$700 million for railroad rehabilitation

1975.4.17

46-75

Deferral of Federal-Aid to Highway funds

1975.4.17

47-75

Transportation hearings on the Department of Transportation budget

1975.4.19

48-75

Title IX

1975.4.19

49-75

ADA speech - a new internationalism

1975.4.21

50-75

GAO and crime statistics

1975.4.22

51-75

Voting Rights Act

1975.4.22

52-75

Announcement of gun control hearings

1975.4.24

52-75a

Opening statement for gun control hearings

1975.4.28

53-75

Highway funds and the President's deferral

1975.4.29

54-75

Elizabeth Seton College

1975.4.25

55-75

$700 million railroad money

1975.4.28

56-75

Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act hearings

1975.4.29

57-75

American Women's Conference

1975.4.29

58-75

Foreign Service Grievance Act

1975.5.1

59-75

Law Day speech, Fort Wayne

1975.5.6

60-75

Full Voting Representation for District of Columbia

1975.5.6

61-75

Antitrust laws

1975.5.7

62-75

Constitutional Amendments hearings on abortion announcement

1975.5.7

62-75a

Handicapped and retarded children tax deduction

1975.5.8

63-75

Marihuana hearings announcement

1975.5.12

63-75a

Announcement of transportation hearings

1975.5.13

64-75

Social security sex discrimination

1975.5.13

65-75

Marihuana hearings the opening statement

1975.5.13

66-75

$35 million for juvenile justice program

1975.5.13

67-75

$600 million for railroad programs

1975.5.14

68-75

State of the Judiciary -- introduction of the measure

1975.5.14

69-75

Title IX

1975.5.15

70-75

Title IX asked support of International Women Year Commission

1975.5.19

71-75

Transportation hearings

1975.5.20

72-75

$700 million for railroad track repair

1975.5.21

73-75

Direct Election

1975.5.22

74-75

Support of Israel -- Javits letter

1975.6.2

75-75

Women entrance into service academies

1975.6.2

76-75

Polygraphs banned

1975.6.2

77-75

Transportation hearings on FAA and air safety

1975.6.2

78-75

Foreign policy statement

1975.6.3

79-75

"Counterforce" nuclear warfare

1975.6.3

80-75

Land Resource Planning Assistance

1975.6.4

81-75

Army Corps of Engineers and property laws

1975.6.4

82-75

Gun control press conference

1975.6.4

82-75a

Defense spending

1975.6.5

83-75

Violent Crime and Repeat Offender Act

1975.6.10

84-75

Title IX and Office of Civil Rights

1975.6.11

85-75

Transportation hearings on the Metro budget

1975.6.13

86-75

Hearings on school violence

1975.6.17

87-75

School violence opening statement

1975.6.18

88-75

Constitutional Amendments hearing on abortion

1975.19

90-75

Response to the President's crime message

1975.6.23

92-75

Title IX and adoption of regulations

1975.7.3

93-75

Antitrust hearings on oil price increase

1975.7.3

94-75

Hearings on OCR discrimination and HEW enforcement procedure

1975.7.7

95-75

Opening remarks for the OCR hearings

1975.7.7

96-75

Constitutional Amendments hearings on abortion announcement

1975.7.17

97-75

Aegis missile system

1975.7.18

98-75

SST

1975.7.18

99-75

Transportation Subcommittee approves rail rehabilitation funds

1975.7.18

100-75

Voting Rights Act approved by Committee (Spanish-American)

1975.7.18

101-75

Federal highway aid

1975.7.21

102-75

Sadat letter

1975.7.22

103-75

Gun control hearings

1975.7.22

104-75

Opening statement at gun control hearings

1975.7.22

105-75

Foreign Service Grievance Act

1975.7.22

105-75a

Appropriations Committee approval of rail rehabilitation funds

1975.7.23

106-75

Poisons

1975.7.24

107-75

Will lead fight on Senate floor against Concord SST

1975.7.25

108-75

Concorde floor statement

1975.7.28

109-75

Promotion of General Slay

1975.7.29

110-75

Ford's mismanagement of the economy

1975.7.30

111-75

Announcement of juvenile delinquency on drugs in institutions

1975.7.31

112-75

Opening statement at hearings on drugs in institutions

1975.7.31

113-75

Windfall taxes on the oil industry

1975.8.1

114-75

Discrimination at HEW

1975.8.5

115-75

Administration's economic, energy and food policies are bankrupt

1975.8.9

116-75

Administrations economic policies

1975.8.15

117-75

Announcement of the juvenile delinquency hearings on drugs in institutions

1975.8.16

118-75

Deregulation of natural gas

1975.8.19

119-75

Opening statement at juvenile delinquency hearings on drugs in institutions

1975.8.19

120-75

S-1 removal from co-sponsors

1975.8.20

121-75

Ford's veto of oil price controls

1975.8.23

122-75

Ford's veto of oil price controls

1975.8.25

123-75

Social Security mismanagement questions

1975.9.10

124-75

Removal of oil price controls

1975.9.11

125-75

Foreign Service Grievance Act passed by Senate

1975.9.16

126-75

Hugh Scott supporting S-1 Amendments

1975.9.16

127-75

Announcement of juvenile delinquency hearings on school violence

1975.9.16

128-75

Title IX -- university sports revenue

1975.9.17

129-75

Opening statement of school violence hearings

1975.9.17

130-75

Breakup of vertical integration of the oil companies

1975.9.17

131-75

Abortion statement

1975.9.17

132-75

Alternative proposals to abortion legislative program

1975.9.22

133-75

25th Amendment committee decision -- no changes needed

1975.9.22

134-75

Introduction of vertical integration breakup legislation

1975.9.23

135-75

Louisiana petroleum production

1975.9.25

136-75

Announcement of antitrust hearings on vertical integration

1975.9.28

137-75

Answers to Social Security questions

1975.9.29

138-75

HEW reopening comment period

1975.10.5

139-75

Letter to President on budget requests for health services

1975.10.12

140-75

Robert Abrams endorsement

1975.10.15

141-75

Claremont, NH -- morality in government

1975.10.17

143-75

Evansville, IN -- morality in government

1975.10.18

142-75

Davenport, Iowa -- morality in government

1975.10.18

144-75

Vinton, Iowa -- morality in government

1975.10.21

145-75

Indianapolis -- announcement day speech

1975.10.21

146-75

Abortion statement at announcement day press conference

1975.10.23

147-75

New York press conference re: NY monetary situation

1975.10.27

148-75

Gun control hearings announced

1975.10.28

149-75

Opening statement at gun control hearings

1975.10.29

150-75

Anti-trust hearings on oil companies announced

1975.10.29

150-75a

Opening statement at anti-trust hearings on oil companies

1975.10.29

151-75

Slay nomination

1975.10.29

152-75

Lugar ad administration of juvenile delinquency program hearings

1975.10.30

153-75

Opening statement of Lugar confirmation hearings

1975.11.4

154-75

Life Center Support Act

1975.11.4

155-75

Introductions of amendments to the Crime Act

1975.11.10

156-75

Amendments to the Crime Act

1975.11.11

156-75a

Revenue sharing

1975.11.?

157-75

United Nations vote on Zionism

1975.11.13

158-75

New Hampshire endorsement by senior citizens and labor

1975.11.13

158-75a

Resignation of Justice Douglas

1975.11.17

159-75

Nebraska endorsements and formation of committee

1975.11.19

160-75

New Hampshire crime statistics

1975.11.23

160b-75

Concorde rally -- NY

1975.11.26

161-75

TNEC legislation

1975.11.24

162-75

Massachusetts endorsement

1975.11.26

163-75

Inclusion of clients on legal service boards

1975.11.28

164-75

Angola statement

1975.11.28

165-75

Farm Home Administration funding

1975.12.2

166-75

Mass transit rate hikes

1975.12.2

167-75

Subcommittee reports out crime/handgun act

1975.12.4

168-75

Farm Home Administration increase

1975.12.5

169-75

Preventing New York City default

1975.12.?

170-75

New York endorsements

1975.12.?

171-75

Campaign positions filled

1975.12.10

172-75

Increase in funding for Voting Rights Act

1975.12.10

172-75a

Farm Home Administration funding passed by Senate

1975.12.11

173-75

Energy prices and utility rates

1975.12.11

174-75

Health insurance amendment

1975.12.11

175-75

Judge Stevens' statement

1975.12.11

176-75

Senate passes American Women's Conference;

1975.12.12

177-75

Massachusetts -- Westover Air Force Base

1975.12.14

177-75a

New Hampshire Labor endorsements

1975.12.15

178-75

Angola statement

1975.12.15

179-75

Campaign endorsements by Hew Hampshire labor, Iowa teachers, and Harvard Young Democrats

1975.12.16

180-75

New Hampshire repayment for special election

1975.12.16

181-75

Massachusetts Jack Walsh campaign director

1975.12.17

182-75

Response to Arthur Burns

1975.12.18

183-75

GAO review of OCR civil rights program

1975.12.19

184-75

Presidential veto of Labor/Health, Education and Welfare Appropriations Act

1975 Local Releases (from list only)

1975.1.3

L1-75

Telegram of U.S. Steel regarding shutdown of open hearth furnace

1975.1.10

L2-75

Funding of Bicentennial Visitors Center

1975.1.15

L3-75

Public financing of the Congressional races

1975.1.27

L4-75

Bowen suing federal government for impounded highway funds

1975.1.27

L5-75

Urges Kissinger to meet families of MIAs

1975.1.28

L6-75

Medicare coverage of uterine cancer tests

1975.1.28

L7-75

Senior citizen treatment by the administration

1975.2.5

L8-75

Bayh appointed Chairman of the Transportation Subcommittee

1975.2.11

L9-75

Announcement of grant to Indiana State Museum

1975.2.12

L10-75

Announcement of grant to Clifty Falls State Park

1975.2.13

L11-75

Preservation of historic barns

1975.2.13

L12-75

Dental care for a Mexican orphanage

1975.2.13

L13-75

High School Conference

1975.2.14

L14-75

Delay in Army decision on ordnance plant location

1975.2.19

L15-75

National's new steel mill at Burns Harbor

1975.2.20

L16-75

Elderly Hoosier's ineligibility to supplemental social security income

1975.2.21

L17-75

Perry County industrial park

1975.2.26

L18-75

Railway's preliminary plan

1975.3.4

L19-75

Matching funds for federal highway programs

1975.3.4

L20-75

Grant to Indianapolis Children's Museum

1975.3.5

L21-75

Bayh appointment to Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year

1975.3.7

L22-75

Health care for the unemployed

1975.3.7

L23-75

Flag Code clarification

1975.3.11

L24-75

Strip mining legislation

1975.3.11

L25-75

Indianapolis winner of the Handicapped Poster contest

1975.3.20

L26-75

Indiana highway grant

1975.3.19

L26-75a

Joe Anderson named to National Advisory Committee (Juvenile Justice)

1975.3.21

L27-75

Federal matching funds for railroads

1975.3.25

L28-75

Foreign Investment Administration

1975.3.26

L29-75

National Fire Academy in Indianapolis

1975.4.1

L30-75

Emergency farm legislation

1975.4.1

L31-75

Tornado visit

1975.4.?

L32-75

College loan program

1975.4.3

L33-75

Gary Public Transportation grant

1975.4.4

L34-75

Boone County disaster relief

1975.4.9

L35-75

Emergency aid to Vietnam refugees

1975.4.9

L36-75

Huntington's Disease

1975.4.9

L37-75

Standby Energy Authority Act

1975.4.10

L38-75

Crane unemployment

1975.4.15

L39-75

Fort Wayne Public Transportation Grant

1975.4.17

L40-75

George Rodgers Clark Memorial

1975.4.18

L41-75

Summer Youth Recreation Program

1975.4.22

L42-75

Federal assistance to colleges

1975.4.23

L43-75

Indiana Counties qualifying as disaster areas

1975.4.25

L44-75

Lafayette Railroad relocation

1975.4.29

L46-75

George Rodgers Clark Memorial

1975.4.29

L47-75

Indianapolis HUD grant

1975.4.30

L48-75

Crane employment situation

1975.5.1

L49-75

Local fire departments

1975.5.2

L50-75

New Albany railroad relocation

1975.5.4

L51-75

Indiana Air National Guard

1975.5.5

L52-75

Vietnam veterans educational benefits

1975.5.6

L53-75

Crane employment situation

1975.5.7

L54-75

Environmental Protection Agency letter regarding sewage plants

1975.5.8

L55-75

Indiana State Museum grant

1975.5.12

L56-75

South Bend HUD grant

1975.5.13

L57-75

Crane employment situation

1975.5.20

L58-75

Second Supplemental Appropriations concerning railroad maintenance, railroad relocation, Juvenile Justice Act

1975.5.21

L59-75

Legislation on Crane civilian situation

1975.5.22

L60-75

Indianapolis Mass Transit Fare-Free Demonstration

1975.6.2

L61-75

Monticello grant

1975.6.4

L62-75

Approval of $175 million for railroad jobs

1975.6.5

L63-75

Civilian workers at military installations

1975.6.10

L64-75

Weir Cook radar

1975.6.10

L65-75

Title IX and OCR

1975.6.24

L66-75

Gold Star Wives

1975.6.30

L66-75a

Oakland City College grant

1975.7.2

L67-75

NIMH increased funding

1975.7.9

L68-75

Internal Revenue Code and disability benefits

1975.7.10

L69-75

Waste water treatment funds

1975.7.16

L70-75

Increased funding for runaway programs

1975.7.18

L71-75

Intermodal transportation facilities (South Bend and Indy)

1975.7.21

L72-75

Army ordnance plant site continuation

1975.7.22

L73-75

Power plant locations on lower Ohio River

1975.7.29

L74-75

Unemployment at the Charlestown Army Ammunitions Plant

1975.7.29

L75-75

White House Fellowships

1975.7.30

L76-75

Rail system plan -- final version

1975.7.30

L77-75

Funds for runaway shelters and counseling centers

1975.7.31

L78-75

Subcommittee approval of health amendments

1975.8.6

L79-75

Amtrak service to Bloomington and Lafayette

1975.8.7

L80-75

Basic Educational Opportunity grants

1975.8.18

L81-75

Army RDX plant in Indiana

1975.8.27

L82-75

Coal gasification and liquification plant

1975.9.9

L83-75

Funds for highway system

1975.9.9

L84-75

Funds for Marion County prosecutor

1975.9.10

L85-75

Urging override of Educational Appropriations bill

1975.9.16

L86-75

Eugene V. Debs' citizenship

1975.9.26

L87-75

Army RDX plant

1975.9.26

L88-75

Cancer/heart/lung institutes funding

1975.10.8

L89-75

Erosion of Ohio River valley

1975.10.10

L90-75

Urge President to sign Agricultural Appropriations bills

1975.11.11

L91-75

Food stamp reform

1975.11.14

L92-75

Prevent reductions in health appropriations urged

1975.11.18

L93-75

Lafayette Lake

1975.11.19

L94-75

Parke Company funds for covered bridges restoration

1975 Bayh-Lines files

1975.1.20

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Constitutional Amendment for direct election of the President introduced again

1975.2.3

Bayh-Lines from Washington: President Ford's economic policies hurting retired people

1975.2.10

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Opposition to Ford's impounding funds for social programs

1975.2.17

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Hearings on and critique of 25th Amendment

1975.3.17

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Social Security Recipients Act

1975.3.24

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Problems with U.S. Railway Association recommendations for eliminations of rail lines

1975.3.31

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Loss of confidence in government and Omnibus Disclosure Act

1975.4.7

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Proposed legislation for providing health insurance to the unemployed

1975.4.14

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Opposition to further aid to South Vietnam's Thieu government

1975.4.21

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Opposition to Ford's impounding $9 billion in highway funds

1975.4.28

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Support for emergency housing legislation to bolster housing industry

1975.5.5

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act, and criticism of Ford administration refusal to fund it

1975.5.12

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Opposition to Ford administration's proposal to eliminate price controls on production of domestic crude oil

1975.5.26

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Direct election of the President

1975.6.2

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Legislation to support local and state government participation in land and resource planning

1975.6.9

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Support for legislation to give landowners more power in negotiating with Army Corps of Engineers over civil projects

1975.6.16

Bayh-Lines from Washington:Violent Crime and Repeat Offender Control Act

1975.6.23

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Legislation to support family farms

1975.7.7

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Criticism of Ford administration's oil policy

1975.7.21

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Criticism of Ford administration's meager support for health and social programs

1975.8.4

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Criticism of Ford administration economic policies

1975.8.11

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Need to curb military spending in order to keep budget within bounds

1975.8.17

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Accomplishments of first seven months of Congress

1975.8.25

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Need to override Ford's veto of legislation to extend price controls on domestic oil

1975.9.8

Bayh-Lines from Washington:Plan to introduce legislation to break up concentration of power in major oil companies

1975.9.15

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Importance of agricultural agreements with the Soviet Union

1975.9.29

Bayh-Lines from Washington:Results of hearings on possible changes in 25th Amendment

The following are from a file from box 1008 entitled 1976 Campaign Releases - Oct-Dec. 1975

1975.10.12

140-75

Abrams Endorses U.S. Senator Birch Bayh for President, Calls for "Early Unity," Sees Bayh as "Strong Liberal Candidate with Broad-Based Appeal"

1975.10.21

BB76

Indianapolis statement on announcement of Presidential candidacy

1975.10.21

Speech in Bloomington on reason for Presidential candidacy

1975.10.23

BB76-NY

Bayh Blasts Ford Stand against Aid to New York as "Cynical, Calculated Politics"; Offers 5-Point Plan for Federal Assistance to Prompt City's Economic Recovery

1975.11.13

BB76

Claremont, New Hampshire senior citizen group endorses Bayh

1975.11.17

BB76

New York elected officials endorse Bayh

1975.11.17

BB76

Nebraska Committee for Birch Bayh formed

1975.11.19

BB76

Bayh criticizes Ford administration crime policy in Manchester, New Hampshire speech

1975.11.24

BB76

Bayh endorsed by Massachusetts Tom O'Neill and wins straw poll in Waterloo, Iowa

1975.11?

BB76

New York endorsements of Bayh

1975.11?

BB76

Jim Friedman to be campaign manager, Jason Berman campaign director

1975.12.12

BB76

Bayh charges administration insensitivity in closing Westover Air Force Base in Massachusetts

1975.12.14

BB76

Bayh endorsed by New Hampshire labor leaders, voluntary Labor Committee for Birch Bayh formed

1975.12.15

BB76

Bayh endorsed by New Hampshire labor leaders, Iowa teachers, and Harvard University Young Democrats

1975.12.16

BB76

Bayh urges Senate Rules Committee to consider resolutions to aid New Hampshire localities with special Senate election expenses

1975.12.16

BB76

Birch Bayh for President Campaign in Massachusetts appoints Jack Walsh as campaign director

1976 National Releases

1976.1.2

1-76

Bayh calls decision of Federal Power Commission to increase prices unwise and unjustified

1976.1.6

2-76

Bayh says Ford's proposal to ease estate taxes on family farms would kill such farms

1976.1.9

3-76

Bayh's statement on December unemployment figures

1976.1.12

4-76

Concorde flying into Kennedy and Dulles, says Bayh, is an environmental and economic disaster

1976.1.16

5-76

Letter of Bayh and other Senators to Director of Office of Management and Budget urging increase in Farmers Home Administration Rural Housing Insurance fund

1976.1.19

6-76

Bayh's response to President Ford's State of the Union speech

1976.1.21

7-76

Bayh calls for fundamental changes in the nation's attitude toward energy waste

1976.1.21

8-76

Bayh's criticism of President Ford's budget request

1976.1.27

9-76

Appropriations Committee Transportation Subcommittee hearings on Rail Reform Act

1976.1.29

10-76

Bayh confident that Amtrak northeast passenger rail funding will pass through Senate

1976.2.4

11-76

Bayh's response to decision to allow Concorde into the U.S.

1976.2.10

12-76

Bayh calls for reconstituted independent Federal Election Commission

1976.2.19

13-76

Appropriations Committee favorably reports Amtrak funding for northeast passenger rail corridor

1976.2.26

14-76

Senate approves funds for Conrail and upgrade of northeast passenger rail corridor

1976.3.21

15-76

Bayh introduces amendment to ban sex and marital status discrimination in the insurance industry

1976.4.1

16-76

Senate Antitrust and Monopoly Subcommittee reports favorably on amended version of Bayh bill to break up vertical integration of major oil companies

1976.4.7

17-76

Senate Labor-HEW Subcommittee approve Bayh amendments to Urgent Supplemental Appropriations Bill to fund summer jobs for youth and training programs for elderly

1976.4.9

18-76

Bayh offers amendment to provide funds to conduct nationwide immunization programs

1976.4.9

19-76

Bayh introduces amendment to increase law enforcement and justice functions of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act

1976.4.9

20-76

Bayh's amendment to cut fiscal 1977 defense budget

1976.4.12

21-76

Bayh urges colleagues to support amendment to reduce target budget levels for defense

1976.4.26

22-76

Bayh and Hartke legislation to expand boundaries of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

1976.4.28

23-76

Move to table a proposed constitutional amendment that would overturn 1973 decision on abortion

1976.4.29

24-76

Labor-HEW Appropriations Subcommittee approved amendment to implement a nationwide immunization program

1976.5.3

25-76

Bayh's statement of support for Carter for President

1976.5.5

26-76

Judiciary Committee agreed upon time deadline for vote on legislation dismantling vertical integration of oil companies

1976.5.5

Riffkin letter [missing]

1976.5.5

27-76

Bayh offers amendment to increase funds for family planning projects and population research

1976.5.11

28-76

Senate passes amendment to restore full funding for the National Commission on the Observation of International Women's Year

1976.5.12

29-76

Senate passes bill to implement a nationwide immunization program

1976.5.13

30-76

Bayh supports a compromise proposal to establish a new Senate Committee on Intelligence

1976.5.17

31-76

Bayh says the vertically integrated major oil companies will be broken up

1976.5.17

Speech on oil company divestiture before society of Independent Gasoline Marketers of America in Atlanta

1976.5.19

32.76

Bayh urges Democratic Platform Committee to go on record in favor of legislation for vertical divestiture

1976.5.19

33-76

Bayh's statement to Democratic Platform Committee on juvenile justice

1976.5.19

34-76

Senate Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency will holdhearing on oversight and reauthorization of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974

1976.5.20

35-76

Bayh charges that Ford administration has stifled Congressional efforts to prevent juvenile crime

1976.5.20

36-76

Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency releases transcript of hearings on implementation of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act

1976.5.24

37-76

Bayh introduces legislation to stop the decline in numbers of family farms by providing relief to farmers

1976.5.26

38-76

Bayh urges Subcommittee to approve a bill to expand and protect the Indiana Dunes Lakeshore (testimony attached)

1976.6.2

39-76

Bay's condition following surgery at Georgetown Hospital [benign growth in right lung]

1976.6.11

40-76

Amtrak entertainment and travel expenditures and benefits provided to Amtrak officials must be subjects to tighter controls

1976.6.15

41-76

Judiciary Committee vote on oil companies scheduled for today [section-by-section analysis of Petroleum Industry Competition Act, S. 2387, attached]

1976.6.15

42-76

Judiciary Committee votes favorably to break up vertical integration of oil companies

1976.6.16

43-76

Bayh releases transcripts of hearings on pharmacies as prime targets for drug pushers

1976.6.22

44-76

Bayh charges that Ford administration has stifled efforts to make juvenile crime prevention a national priority

1976.6.24

45-76

Senate Appropriations Committee approves amendment to provide $9 million to implement the Runaway Youth Act

1976.6.24

46-76

Appropriations Committee approves amendment offered by Bayh to provide $60 million to fund a full scale national attack against communicable diseases, rat borne diseases and lead poisoning

1976.6.28

47-76

Bay named to head Subcommittee on the Rights of Americans

1976.6.28

48-76

Report filed by Senate committee on Judiciary that calls for enactment of legislation to require vertical divestiture by 18 oil companies [Press Digest of majority report on S. 2387 attached]

1976.6.29

49-76

Bayh opens hearings on Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act

1976.7.15

50-76

Legislation sponsored by Bayh, to provide $75 million to implement the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act, is signed into law

1976.7.21

51-76

Bayh introduces amendment to Crime Control Act of 1976 to ensure that LEAA allocates crime control funds in proportion to the seriousness of the juvenile crime program [S. 2212]

1976.7.23

52-76

Senate approves 61 to 27 an amendment to the Crime Control Act of 1976 that will ensure that LEAA allocates crime control funds in proportion to the seriousness of the juvenile crime program

1976.7.26

53-76

Bayh will hold hearings on July 28 and August 5 on S. 3411 and related measures designed to make the federal effort to curb traffic in dangerous drugs more effective

1976.8.3

54-76

Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency will report major drug bill this year to attack drug traffickers who escape imprisonment and reap enormous profits

1976.8.4

54-76

Bayh introduces amendment to tax bill to provide limited and progressive exclusion of sick pay from taxable income [Fact Sheet on Bayh amendment attached]

1976.8.4

55-76

Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency will continue hearing on Heroine Traffickers and Sentencing Act and President's Drug Message

1976.8.5

56-76

Bayh opens second day of hearings of Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency on Drug Traffickersand Narcotic Sentencing and Seizure Act of 1976 [opening statement attached]

1976.8.5

57-76

Bayh offers amendment to tax bill to repeal Asset Depreciation Range and increase investment tax credit from 10 to 15 percent for net new investment

1976.8.6

58-76

Senate approves amendment to provide limited and progressive exclusion of sick pay from taxable income

1976.8.6

59-76

Intelligence Subcommittee on Rights of Americans reports favorably on amended version of S. 3197, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1976

1976.8.10

60-76

Senate Intelligence Committee reports favorably on S. 3197, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1976

1976.8.10

61-76

Energy Action Press Release on Senators seeking television time to present the merits of the proposed vertical divestiture bill[missing]

1976.8.24

62-76

Senate Intelligence Committee accepts series of technical and perfecting amendments to S. 3197, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1976, despite prior vote to report it favorably

1976.9.15

63-76

Bayh charges that the Energy Policy Research Project at George Washington University has engaged in "an elaborate web of cooperation" with oil firms, with almost half of funding coming from such firms [full text of Bayh statement and supporting documents attached]

1976.9.17

64-76

Bayh and 48 colleagues urge Farmers Home Administration administrator to extend application deadlines for home ownership and rental programs

1976.9.24

65-76

Bayh charges White House is delaying proposal to enable U.S. airlines to replacing aging jets

1976.9.24

66-76

Senate approves legislation to enlarge Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

1976.9.29

67-76

Bayh writes to Attorney General Levi for help in dealing with violence and vandalism

1976.9.29

68-76

Bayh denounces President Ford's veto of the Labor-HEW Appropriation Bill

1976.9.29

69-76

Bayh speech to National Association of Chiefs of Police charges President Ford with hypocrisy regarding escalation of juvenile crime

1976.10.28

70-76

Bayh to push legislation dealing with school violence and vandalism in next session of Congress [Bayh's statement at Northwest Indiana Conference on Instruction in Crown Point attached]

1976.10.27

71-76

Bayh urges Treasury Secretary Simon to reject Mobil Oil Company attempt to secure a foreign tax credit on oil produce in Iran by Mobil for the National Iranian Oil Company

1976.11.4

72-76

Bayh will push for an amendment on direct election in the next session of Congress

1976.11.18

73-76

Bayh releases first in series of General Accounting Office reports on $1 billion in overpayments to recipients of Supplementary Security Income

1976.12.26

Statement on death of Senator Philip Hart

1976 LocalReleases

1976.1.27

L1-76

Bayh urges Senate to favorably consider provisions of the Federal Aid Highway Act

1976.3.15

L2-76

Bayh says he will prevent Ford administration from reducing passenger rail service

1976.3.17

L3-76

Bayh and Hartke announce that Conrail will continue operation of piggy back shipped terminal [sic]

1976.3.29

L4-76

Bayh and Griffin place friendly wager on Indiana-Michigan basketball game

1976.3.30

L5-76

Bayh has 100% positive rating by Council on National Priorities and Resources

1976.4.2

L6-76

Senate approves legislation to create more new federal district judgeships

1976.4.6

L7-76

Secretary of the Interior is to release $450,000 in Bureau of Outdoor Recreation contingency funds to State of Indiana

1976.4.14

L8-76

House and Senate pass Federal-Aid Highway Act for railroad track relocation projects

1976.4.19

L9-76

Bayh offers amendment to Agriculture Appropriations Bill to Increase soybean research

1976.4.20

L10-76

Bayh offers amendment to Agricultural Appropriations Bill to increase funds for extension service

1976.4.21

L11-76

Bayh introduces amendment to provide for Muscatatuck National Wildlife Refuge

1976.4.22

L12-76

Bayh urges Labor-HEW appropriations to include funds for national book distribution

1976.4.27

L13-76

Nomination of McNagny as a federal district judge in Indiana

1976.4.27

L14-76

Judiciary Committee favorably reports legislation to end confusion of use of nation's flag

1976.5.5

L15-76

Judiciary Committee reports McNagny's nomination favorably to full Senate

1976.5.5

L16-76

Secretary of Interior agrees to release funds to State of Indiana

1976.5.21

L17-76

Bayh appointed a member of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence

1976.5.21

L18-76

Bayh will not support construction of Highland Reservoir

1976.5.21

L19-76

Arsenal Technical High School in Indianapolis is accepted for the National Register of Historic Places

1976.5.27

L20-76

Senate Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee approves AMTRAK budget for 1977

1976.5.27

L21-76

Appropriation for 1977 for railroad crossing and track relocation approved

1976.5.28

L22-76

Transportation Subcommittee has approved funds to purchase two additional harbor tugboats for the Great Lakes

1976.5.27

L23-76

Transportation Subcommittee has approved complete federal share of cost of access road to Brookville Lake

1976.5.28

L24-76

Bayh urges Labor-HEW Appropriations Subcommittee to increase 1977 funding to allow National Eye Institute to expand research

1976.6.8

L25-76

Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee approves funds for increased soybean research

1976.6.8

L26-76

Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee increases funding for extension service

1976.6.10

L27-76

Labor-HEW Appropriations Subcommittee approves Bayh amendment to increase funding to fight cancer and other debilitating diseases

1976.6.11

L28-76

Labor-HEW Appropriations Subcommittee approves increased funds to assist educational institutions end sex discrimination and funds for migrant workers

1976.6.18

L29-76

Bayh receives assurances that studies of Griffith, Indiana sewer problem are included in 1977 funding

1976.6.21

L30-76

Appropriations subcommittee [which?] approves 1977 amendment to provide funds to implement Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act

1976.6.24

L31-76

Appropriations Committee approves Bayh amendment to provide $3,888,660 for Indiana Dunes Lakeshore expansion and improvement in 1977 budget

1976.6.25

L32-76

Judiciary Committee reports favorably legislation to restore rights to citizenship to Eugene Debs

1976.6.25

L33-76

Joint statement by Bayh and Hartke about Bailly power plant [NIPSCO]

1976.6.30

L34-76

Senate passes legislation to restore rights of citizenship to Eugene Debs

1976.7.2

L35-76

Transportation appropriations bill of $14.2 passed by Senate includes funds for several Indiana projects

1976.7.12

L36-76

Griffith, Indiana is awarded $492,300 by Environmental Protection Agency to draw up plans for waste water treatment plant

1976.7.21

L37-76

Bayh urges Department of Agriculture to delay consideration of proposed rule to eliminate vouchers as a means of payment for food stamps until Indiana General Assembly has had a chance to act on it

1976.7.22

L38-76

Senate House Conference Committee agrees on $14 billion transportation bill for 1977 including funds for several Indiana projects

1976.7.28

L39-76

Senate House Conference Committee agrees on fiscal 1977 Labor-HEW appropriations billto increase funding for cancer research, immunization programs, family planning projects, and to combat lead poisoning, hypertension, and venereal and rat-borne disease

1976.7.29

L40-76

Senate House Conference Committee agrees on fiscal 1977 Labor-HEW appropriations bill provisions to help runaway youth and to provide tools to end inequities facing women at all levels of education

1976.8.2

L41-76

Environmental Protection Agency gives grants to Indiana University, Purdue and six other colleges to study Ohio River energy plants

1976.8.3

L42-76

Bayh urges approval of legislation to authorize Army Corps of Engineers to spend $6-million to construct a levee in Tell City to develop a new industrial park

1976.8.4

L43-76

Fiscal 1977 Transportation Appropriations Bill sent to White House includes appropriations for rail-highway crossing projects in Terre Haute

1976.8.5

L44-76

Bayh and Hartke describe Senate Interior Committee action in reducing Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore land acquisition funds by 2,000 acres as "grossly irresponsible"

1976.8.10

L45-76

Bayh urges President Ford to sign legislation allowing Department of Transportation to make $3,494,721 available to four Indiana airports for development and improvements

1976.8.12

L46-76

Bayh will host meeting in Terre Haute on August 20 to discuss plans for Rail Crossing Demonstration Projects

1976.8.12

L47-76

Bayh goes to Indianapolis to discuss city's application for federal grant of up to $75 million to construct elevated transit system

1976.8.16

L48-76

Bayh to visit Monticello to tour new court house and downtown

1976.9.1

L49-76

Bayh will support legislation to prohibit political patronage system in which political appointees are required to pay a certain percentage of their salary to their party organization

1976.9.1

L50-76

Bayh and Hartke announce agreement with Senate Parks Subcommittee Chairman J. Bennett Johnston on major expansion of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

1976.9.15

L51-76

Bayh to visit Lake County for Sickle Cell Foundation Annual Dinner

1976.9.15

L52-76

Bayh to visit Jefferson Proving Ground to meet with commander concerning possible closing

1976.9.30

L53-76

Bayh satisfied with House passage of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore bill

1976.10.20

L54-76

Bayh to speak to National Council of Jewish Women in Indianapolis

1976.10.15

L55-76

Indianapolis chosen as one of three cities to study possible link between learning disabilities and juvenile delinquency

1976.10.19

L56-76

Bayh says President Ford's signature on Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore bill is step forward in preservation of a great national resource

1976.10.26

L57-76

Bayh charges President Ford of waging campaign of deceit and distortion in campaign debate [includes list of examples of misleading ads]

1976.10.26

L58-76

Army Corps of Engineers has made funds available for two projects benefiting Adams and Spencer Counties

1976.11.4

L59-76

Bayh named by President Force to participate in "presidential mission" to People's Republic of China

1976.11.11

L60-76

Indianapolis among eleven cities being considered by Department of Transportation for construction of model automated transit system

1976.11.30

L61-76

Diane Meyer to head Indiana staff, with title of Indiana Field Coordinator

1976.12.2

L62-76

Bayh reacts sharply to Energy Research and Development Administration announcement that Indiana is one of 36 states being studied as a possible disposal site for nuclear wastes

1976.12.3

L63-76

Bayh announces appointment of Thomas Gates and Alice Miller as Indiana delegates to United States Senate Youth Program

1976.12.7

L64-76

Bayh installs "hotline for help" in Indianapolis

1976.12.7

L65-76

Department of Army decides to continue operations at Jefferson Proving Ground

1976.12.10

L66-76

Neutrality position on NIPSCO application for a construction permit at Bailly site in Porter County from Nuclear Regulatory Commission

1976.12.14

L67-76

Bayh named to National Advisory Council of National Multiple Sclerosis Society

1976.12.22

L68-76

Indiana granted application for feasibility study for model transit system despite being eliminated from competition for model Downtown People Mover [includes letter conveying elimination and Bayh letter to Indianapolis mayor]

1976.12.17

L69-76

Bayh urges Governor Bowen to ensure Indiana's compliance with legislative requirements to implement the Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment Program

1976.12.23

L70-76

Indiana to receive $22.8 million for local public works projects

1976 Bayh-Lines

1976.1.5

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Civil war in Angola

1976.1.12

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Preserving family farms

1976.1.19

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Services for the elderly being vetoed by President Ford

1976.2.9

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Housing and construction industry problems

1976.2.16

Bayh-Lines from Washington:Needed tax reforms

1976.2.23

Bayh-Lines from Washington:President Ford's veto of Public Works Employment Act

1976.3.1

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Senate passage of legislation to support railroad service

1976.3.15

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Energy conservation measures and incentives

1976.3.22

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Need to break up vertical integration of oil companies

1976.3.29

Bayh-Lines from Washington:Need for sufficient funding for Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act

1976.4.5

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Anti-trust and Monopoly Subcommittee support for amended version of Bayh's Petroleum Industry Competition Act

1976.4.12

Bayh-Lines from Washington:Need for funding for immunization programs

1976.4.19

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Need support for public works projects [waste treatment plants]

1976.4.26

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Need for additional funding for agriculture

1976.5.3

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Senate legislation supporting small business

1976.5.17

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Lack of support from President Ford for juvenile crime prevention

1976.5.24

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Federal support for biomedical research

1976.6.7

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Importance of transportation funding for Indiana (railroads, highways, harbors]

1976.6.14

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Legislation to tighten antitrust laws

1976.6.28

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Energy conservation measures and incentives

1976.7.5

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Balancing security intelligence needs with right to privacy [Senate Committee on Intelligence Subcommittee on the Rights of Americans]

1876.7.12

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Public Works bill vetoed by President Ford

1976.7.19

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Federal funding for Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore, Muscatatuck Wildlife Refuge, and Hoosier National Forest

1976.7.26

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Need to break up vertical integration of oil companies

1976.8.2

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Bayh amendment to Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act to focus on prevention

1976.8.9

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency to investigate drug trafficking

1976.8.16

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Senate Tax Reform Act of 1976

1976.8.23

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Support for Indiana transportation projects through chairmanship of Transportation Subcommittee of Public Works Committee

1976.8.30

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Postal service problems

1976.9.6

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Importance of support for soybean research

1976.9.13

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Legislation to combat hunger among the elderly poor

1976.9.20

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Need for both local discretion and guarantees against discrimination in federal revenue sharing

1976.9.27

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Potential of Public Works Employment Appropriations Act to alleviate unemployment and possible presidential veto

1976.10.4

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Support for expansion of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

1976.10.11

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Accomplishments of the 94th Congress

1976.10.18

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Legislation passed to support student loan programs

1976.10.25

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Law Enforcement Assistance Administration extended for four more years [Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act]

1976.11.1

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Support for Reading Is Fundamental Program

1976.11.8

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Need for electoral reform, direct election of the President

1976.11.15

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Programs to combat school violence and vandalism

1976.11.22

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Social Security Administration Supplemental Security Income program problems

1976.11.29

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Need for increase support for Farmers Home Administration [rural housing]

1976.12.6

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Improving railroad service

1976.12.13

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Health insurance for senior citizens

1976.12.20

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Supreme Court ruling against women workers receiving disability benefits during pregnancy and childbirth

1976.12.27

Bayh-Lines from Washington: Opposition to President Ford lifting price controls on gasoline prices

 

 

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