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Birch Bayh Press Releases 1977-1980

Senator from Indiana, 1963-80

 

Press Releases and Statements 1977-80

Date

Number

Title/Description

1977 National Releases

1977.1.6

1-77

Bayh convinced electoral college will be abolished prior to 1980 Presidential election (includes statement and text of proposed amendment)

1977.1.10

2-77

Bayh introduces Constitutional amendment for direct election of President and Vice President (includes statement to Senate, section-by-section analysis, and text of amendment)

1977.1.18

3-77

Bayh sponsors resolution deploring French release of suspected Munich Olympic terrorist

1977.1.18

4-77

Bayh introduces bill to eliminate sex discrimination in social security system (includes statement, "The Equity in Social Security Act of 1977" and section-by-section analysis

1977.1.19

5-77

Constitutional Amendments Subcommittee to hold hearings on direct election

1977.1.19

6-77

Bayh supports nomination of Griffin Bell to be Attorney General (includes statement)

1977.1.24

7-77

Bayh supports trust fund for modifying jets that exceed FAA noise standards

1977.1.24

8-77

Bayh introduces legislation to help displaced homemakers train for job market

1977.1.26

9-77

Direct election hearings announcement; Senators Humphrey and Dole to testify January 27

1977.1.27

10-77

Opening statement of hearings on S.J. Res. 1, Direct ElectionAmendment

1977.1.31

11-77

Direct Election hearings announcement for Feb 1 and 2 (include list of witnesses)

1977.2.4

12-77

Direct Election hearings announcement; top labor leaders to testify Feb. 7 (includes list of witnesses)

1977.2.4

13-77

Bayh urges Congress to immediately assist President Carter in formulating comprehensive energy policy

1977.2.9

14-77

Bayh recommends to President nomination of Virginia Dill McCarty as U.S. District Attorney for Southern District of Indiana (includes text of statement)

1977.2.9

15-77

Direct Election hearings announcement for Feb. 9 (includes list of witnesses)

1977.2.10

16-77

Bayh sponsors resolution condemning Soviet expulsion of Associated Press correspondent George Krimsky

1977.2.10

17-77

Common Cause National Governing Board unanimously supports direct election amendment

1977.2.11

18-77

Bayh supports Carter administration on banning imports of Rhodesian chrome

1977.2.24

19-77

Bayh introduces Petroleum Industry Competition Act of 1977 to break up vertical integration in oil industry (includes statement and fact sheet)

1977.2.25

20-77

Bayh releases final report of Subcommittee to Investigate Juvenile Delinquency dealing with school violence and vandals

1977.2.24

21-77

Bayh introduces bill aimed at helping schools and local communities reduce school violence and vandalism

1977.2.27

22-77

Bayh calls for President Carter to select Arctic Gas Pipeline a means of delivery of Alaskan natural gas by September 1

1977.2.25

23-77

Bayh urges Secretary of Defense Harold Brown to remove civilian manpower ceilings at Department of Defense industrially funded activities

1977.3.1

24-77

Bayh co-sponsors Family Farm Antitrust Act of 1977 to limit takeovers of family farms by large non-farm interests

1977.3.4

25-77

Senate passes Bayh resolution disapproving of Soviet expulsion of Associated Press correspondent George Krimsky

1977.3.8

26-77

Bayh introduces bill to include Pap smears in Medicare coverage

1977.3.15

27-77

Transportation Subcommittee concludes mark-up of transportation segment of Economic Stimulus Appropriations Act of 1977

1977.3.17

28-77

Bayh introduces bill to extend Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act for five years

1977.3.21

29-77

Bayhco-sponsors resolution to stop Food and Drug Administration ban on saccharin without more extensive testing

1977.3.23

30-77

Bayh introduces Privacy Protection for Rape Victims Act of 1977

1977.3.23

31-77

Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation recommends funding for transportation section of Economic Stimulus Appropriations Act of 1977 and Airport Development Aid Program

1977.3.31

32-77

General Accounting Office report that Office of Civil Rights does not have a sufficient management system to carry out its mandate

1977.4.5

33-77

Bayh introduces Civil Rights Commission Authorization Act

1977.4.5

34-77

Bayh introduces Carter administration bill to extend Drug Enforcement Administration and will propose amendment to decriminalize marijuana

1977.4.20

35-77

Bayh amendment to enable taxpayers with handicapped dependents to take an exemption regardless of dependents' income [Tax Reduction and Simplification Act of 1977]

1977.4.21

36-77

Bayh to introduce bills to protect nation's handicapped from job discrimination and to provide elderly sufficient access to polling places

1977.4.26

37-77

Bayh testifies before Labor Subcommittee in support of bill forbidding discrimination on the basis of pregnancy and childbirth, in response to 1976 Supreme Court decision in Gilbert v. General Electric

1977.4.26

38-77

Bayh introduces bill giving Department of Justice the right to initiate civil actions on behalf of institutionalized persons (includes statement and section-by-section analysis)

1977.4.27

39-77

Bayh statement that expenditures for intelligence purposes must be justified on grounds of compelling necessity, not just convenience

1977.4.27

40-77

Bayh urges Judiciary Committee to increase Civil Rights Commission spending ceiling

1977.4.29

41-77

Bayh introduces bill to stimulate investment through tax credits

1977.5.3

42-77

Bayh urges President Carter to defer sugar subsidy plan until all affected industries can be heard

1977.5.3

43-77

House-Senate Conference Committee agrees to $200 million for improving non-federal highways

1977.5.4

44-77

Bayh introduces bill that will eventually phase out earnings limitations for persons 65 and older receiving Social Security benefits

1977.5.5

44A-77

Correction of present earnings limitation figure in press release 44-77

1977.5.5

45-77

Bayh amendments to fiscal 1978 budget to increase USDA funding for Agriculture Extension Service and Farm Home Administration

1977.5.6

46-77

Bayh to seek $41 million increase over administration budget for disease control programs [immunization]

1977.5.9

47-77

Bayh distress that administration budget contains no funds for new community mental health centers

1977.5.12

48-77

Senate Judiciary Committee gives unanimous approval to extensions of Drug Enforcement Administration ad Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act

1977.5.18

48A-77

Bayh supports Carter administration's Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act as bringing intelligence activities under legislative regulation, will introduce amendments to improve it (includes statement)

1977.5.13

49-77

Bayh amendment to fiscal 1978 budget of Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service to enforce prohibitions on animal fighting and mistreatment in transit

1977.5.17

50-77

Bayh seeking additional $181.1 million for fiscal 1978 National Cancer Institute funding

1977.5.18

51-77

Bayh concerned over lack of funding for programs for runaway youths and for Headstart program

1977.5.19

52-77

Bayh proposing funding for research into genetic diseases

1977.5.25

53-77

Bayh advocates more comprehensive approach to curbing smoking

1977.5.25

54-77

Bayh and Senator Huddleston (KY) seek $15 million increase in fiscal 1978 budget for advanced coal mining technology program of Bureau of Mines

1977.5.26

55-77

Bayh to propose four amendments to fiscal 1978 budget for Labor/HEW, for medical research, health education, and language training and area studies

1977.6.6

56-77

Subcommittee on the Constitution to hold hearings on the rights of the institutionalized beginning June 17

1977.6.6

57-77

Bayh introduces amendment to Housing and Community Development Act to increase FHA loan guarantee ceilings and terms for mobile homes

1977.6.7

58-77

Subcommittee on Transportation approves 25 Bayh amendments

1977.6.14

59-77

Bayh criticizes Federal Disaster Assistance Administration for not carrying out humanitarian intentions of Federal Disaster Relief Act

1977.6.14

60-77

Bayh reports on final mark-up of fiscal 1978 transportation budget

1977.6.15

61-77

Announcement of hearings on the rights of institutionalized persons in Subcommittee on the Constitution beginning June 17 (includes list of witnesses)

1977.6.17

61A-77

Opening statement at hearings on the rights of institutionalized persons

1977.6.21

62-77

Announcement of hearings June 22 and 23 on rights of institutionalized persons (includes list of witnesses)

1977.6.23

63-77

Senate approval of transportation budget for fiscal 1978 of $6,277 billion

1977.6.29

64-77

Hearings on rights of institutionalized persons to continue June 30 and July 1 (includes list of witnesses)

1977.7.1

65-77

Bayh troubled by proposed FBI computer system that could become centralized message switching center for local and state agencies

1977.7.12

66-77

Bayh introduces legislation to prevent abuses of civil liberties through polygraph tests (includes statement and section-by-section analysis)

1977.7.13

67-77

Filibuster on direct election amendment broken

1977.7.15

68-77

Bayh supports Robert McKinney, President Carter's nominee for chairman of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board

1977.7.15

69-77

Hearings on Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to be held July 19, 21, 26, 27 and August 1 (includes list of witnesses)

1977.7.15

70-77

Bayh joins others in supporting legislation to cut red tape for development of private sector pipelines to carry Alaskan oil to refineries in the Midwest and East

1977.7.19

71-77

Bayh supports extension of proposed Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to protect Americans from all forms of surveillance (includes statement)

1977.7.19

72-77

Bayh urges colleagues to join letter to President Carter urging his support for the Alcan Trans-Canadian pipeline proposal to bring natural gas to Midwest and East

1977.7.26

73-77

Bayh introduces bill to ban "Medicaid deeming" or forcing one spouse to pay an arbitrary portion of cost for nursing home care regardless of own financial needs

1977.7.29

74-77

Bayh joined by 14 Senators in letter to President Carter urging his support for the Alcan Trans-Canadian pipeline proposal to bring natural gas to Midwest and East

1977.8.1

75-77

Bayh urges Environmental Protection Agency to continue support of research to develop sludge disposal methods

1977.8.1

76-77

Department of Justice memorandum clarifies that Medicaid payments may not be made for abortions except to prevent the death of the mother

1977.8.3

77-77

Bayh urges Congress to grant full representation for the District of Columbia

1977.8.7

78-77

Speech to Lawyers Committee on Civil Rights of the American Bar Association in Chicago tracing continuation of civil rights work in curbing surveillance and polygraphs and protecting rights of the institutionalized

1977.9.8

79-77

Bayh cites potential for abuse in IRS proposals for a computerized tax administration system

1977.9.12

80-77

Bayh testifies in support of aid to displaced homemakers

1977.9.15

81-77

Judiciary Committee reports direct election amendment favorably to full Senate

1977.9.26

82-77

Subcommittee on the Constitution postpones hearings on polygraph bill

1977.9.27

83-77

Bayh testifies before Senate Energy Committee in support of Alcan gas pipeline

1977.10.4

84-77

Bayh supports legislation to prohibit the use of children in production of sexually explicit materials and will introduce amendment to prevent their use in live performances

1977.10.12

85-77

Bayh introduces Alcohol Fuel Incentive Act to open new market for grain and other farm and forest products

1977.10.13

86-77

Bayh will offer amendment to fiscal 1978 budget to provide funds for Amtrak to avoid cuts in service

1977.10.18

87-77

Press advisory for gasohol rally and parade in Washington, featuring gasahol caravan of farmers and alcohol-powered vehicles

1977.10.31

88-77

Bayh urges Immigration and Naturalization Service to grant asylum to two Philippine refugees

1977.11.1

89-77

Bayh view of Senate passage of National Crude Oil Supply and Transportation Act of 1977 as part of Energy Tax Bill as laying groundwork for private sector development of oil and gas pipelines

1977.11.2

90-77

Judiciary Committee recommends full Senate approval of Criminal Code containing nine Bayh amendments

1977.11.3

91-77

House-Senate Conference Committee recommends additional $8 million for Amtrak for fiscal 1978 and orders restoration of service

1977.11.11

92-77

Hearings to begin in Subcommittee on the Constitution on use of polygraph as employee screening tool

1977.11.15

93-77

Bayh opens hearings in Subcommittee on the Constitution on use of polygraph as employee screening tool (includes statement)

1977.11.15

94-77

Subcommittee on the Constitution reports favorably on bills protecting rights of the institutionalized [S. 1393]

1977.11.17

95-77

Bayh releases transcripts of hearings on rights of the institutionalized [S. 1393]

1977.12.1

96-77

House votes to accept $18 million supplemental appropriation for Amtrak in fiscal 1978

1977.12.12

97-77

Hearings in Subcommittee on the Constitution on proposed Constitutional amendment providing for enactment of laws by popular vote of the people [National Initiative Amendment]

1977.12.28

98-77

Bayh sees excellent chance for Middle East peace settlement following 7-day visit to Israel and meeting with Prime Minister Begin and other public officials

1977 Local Releases

1977.1.6

L1-77

Bayh reiterates support for improved passenger train service by Chicago, South Shore and South Bend Railroad

1977.1.6

L2-77

Bayh asks for immediate review of Economic Development Administration procedure in allocating Public Works Employment Act funds to Indiana communities

1977.1.11

L3-77

Bayh asks U.S. International Trade Commission to investigate better ways to regulate color television imports

1977.1.11

L4-77

Press conference announcement: Gary

1977.1.11

L5-77

Press conference announcement: Clarksville

1977.1.11

L6-77

Press conference announcement: Indianapolis

1977.1.11

L7-77

Press conference announcement: Terre Haute

1977.1.11

L8-77

Press conference announcement: South Bend

1977.1.11

L9-77

Press conference announcement: Fort Wayne

1977.1.12

L10-77

Bayh will co-sponsor resolution designating January 15 as Martin Luther King Day

1977.1.18

L11-77

Bayh delighted by Indiana Senate ratification of Equal Rights Amendment [ERA]

1977.1.19

L12-77

Indiana funding under proposed Department of Transportation budget for fiscal 1978

1977.2.4

L13-77

Bayh seeking ways to meet Indiana energy shortages, supports formulation of comprehensive energy policy

1977.1.25

L13a-77

Statement on death of Eli Lilly

1977.1.26

L14-77

Bayh urges Governor Bowen to act quickly to save Valparaiso-Chicago commuter rail service

1977.1.26

L15-77

Bayh joins in support of resolution condemning Soviet harassment of Jews and others trying to emigrate

1977.2.1

L16-77

Bayh introduces bill to prevent loss of jobs at Crane Naval Center by removing civilian manpower ceilings

1977.1.26

L17-77

Bayh to support Andrew Young as ambassador to the UN as expression of US commitment to majority rule in South Africa

1977.2.2

L18-77

President Carter issues emergency declaration for Indiana because of snow and ice

1977.2.3

L19-77

Indiana delegation thanks President Carter for emergency declaration for Indiana because of snow and ice

1977.2.16

L19-77a

Bayh asks for federal reimbursement for Indiana snow emergency expenditures

1977.2.7

L20-77

Bayh urges inclusion of funds in fiscal 1977 general supplemental appropriations bill to convert abandoned railroad rights-of-way to parks

1977.2.17

L20-77a

Press conference announcement: Clarksville

1977.2.10

L21-77

Air Force contract awarded to Indianapolis firm

1977.2.17

L21-77a

Press conference announcement: Evansville

1977.2.11

L22-77

Conrail agrees to relocate mainline track to permit construction of highway between East Chicago and Hammond

1977.2.17

L22-77a

Press conference announcement: Indianapolis

1977.2.11

L23-77

Bayh and Hamilton receive word that two Indiana men will be named to high posts in Interior Department

1977.2.23

L23-77a

Bayh urges local officials to complete required paperwork to avoid loss of revenue-sharing funds

1977.2.23

L24-77

Bayh petitions Soviet government to allow emigration of two Soviet citizens whoa re seeking to join their families in U.S. and Israel

1977.2.24

L25-77

James A. Joseph and Leo M. Krulitz of Columbus named to Interior Department posts

1977.3.7

L26-77

Bayh and National Treasury Employees' Union offer free tax preparation assistance in Indianapolis

1977.3.7

L27-77

Bayh introduces bill to deauthorize proposed Lafayette Lake [Army Corps of Engineers]

1977.3.9

L28-77

Bayh and John Heinz to offer amendment to Public Works Employment Act to allocate funds on basis of unemployed people in each state

1977.3.8

L29-77

Bayh requests additional federal judgeships for Indiana

1977.3.9

L30-77

IU Professor of Law Henry Richardson appointed to senior staff position on National Security Council

1977.3.11

L31-77

Bayh to recommend Frank J. Anderson of Indianapolis as U.S. Marshal for Southern District of Indiana

1977.3.10

L32-77

Bayh disappointed that Federal Disaster Assistance Administration recommended against Presidential disaster declaration for Indiana, will seek funds elsewhere

1977.3.15

L33-77

Bayh co-sponsors amendment to Civil Rights Act of 1964 specifying discrimination on the basis of pregnancy of childbirth to be unlawful

1977.3.15

L34-77

Indiana to receive $5.9 million from two highway-railroad safety programs as part of the Economic Stimulus Appropriations

1977.3.14

L35-77

U.S. International Trade Commission recommendation for higher import duties for color television underlines need to expand worker eligibility under Trade Readjustment Assistance Program due to increased imports

1977.3.15

L36-77

Four Indiana college teachers receive National Endowment for the Humanities fellowships

1977.3.17

L37-77

Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on HUD and Independent Agencies approves Bayh amendment reimbursing state and local governments for snow removal costs under declared Presidential emergency

1977.3.17

L38-77

Six Indiana scholars receive National Endowment for the Humanities summer stipends

1977.3.17

L39-77

Bayh to offer amendment to provide funds for research into pseudorabies in hogs

1977.3.21

L40-77

Bayh proposes amendment to provide funds for Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

1977.3.22

L41-77

President Carter announces support of direct election amendment

1977.3.25

L42-77

Bayh to hold town meeting in Evansville

1977.3.25

L43-77

Bayh to hold town meeting in Vincennes

1977.3.25

L44-77

Bayh to hold town meeting in Fort Wayne

1977.3.23

L45-77

Bayh co-sponsors Investment Policy Act of 1977 with Senator Humphrey to encourage investment

1977.3.24

L46-77

Bayh offers amendment to make $300,000 immediately available to research on pseudorabies in hogs

1977.3.24

L47-77

Bayh proposes amendment to restore $3 million for reception and placement of refugees in U.S. from Soviet Union and Eastern European countries

1977.3.24

L48-77

Senate Appropriations Committee accepts amendment to provide funding for hog pseudorabies research

1977.3.25

L49-77

Senate Appropriations Committee accepts six Bayh amendments providing funds to local communities for snow removal

1977.3.28

L50-77

Press advisory: Bayh attendance at fund-raiser for Charity Chapel Children's Home in Bedford

1977.3.28

L51-77

Bayh to meet with school personnel, students and parents in Gary on problem of school violence and vandalism

1977.3.31

L52-77

Bayh comments to Indianapolis Section of the National Council of Jewish Women on society's neglect of displaced homemakers

1977.4.4

L53-77

Bayh announces grant for Monticello Redevelopment Commission

1977.3.29

L54-77

Bayh testifies before Senate Subcommittee on Manpower and Personnel regarding Crane Naval Weapons Center civilian manpower ceilings

1977.3.29

L55-77

Agricultural Research Service releases $60,000 for hog pseudorabies research

1977.4.1

L56-77

Farmers urged to apply for emergency loans for losses from snow and ice removal

1977.4.1

L57-77

Senate approves 1977 supplemental appropriation including Bayh amendment to reimburse local communities for snow removal

1977.4.1

L58-77

Bayh introduces bill to extend Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act

1977.4.4

L59-77

Bayh and nine Senators request that Secretary of Agriculture Robert Bergland make funds available to Farmers Home Administration for repair of rural water systems damaged by severe winter weather

1977.4.5

L60-77

Statement on ninth anniversary of death of Martin Luther King, Jr.

1977.4.5

L61-77

House-Senate Conference Committee report includes reimbursement for snow removal costs

1977.4.5

L62-77

Bayh urges Conrail directors to rescind notices of discontinuance of service on Valparaiso-Chicago line

1977.4.6

L63-77

Interstate Commerce Commission denies Chicago-South Shore and South Bend Railroad request to discontinue passenger service

1977.4.6

L64-77

Bayh outlines comprehensive merit selection system for federal judges in Indiana to be recommended to President

1977.4.7

L65-77

Federal Communications Commission ruling against WTOP-TV for broadcasting Texaco, Inc. views on controversial issue without providing equal time

L66-77

Press conference announcement: Elkhart [juvenile crime and delinquency]

1977.4.20

L67-77

Thomas F. Malone of Butler University named to U.S. Weather Modification Advisory Board

1977.4.20

L68-77

Bayh joins Dennis DeConcini in sponsoring bill to provide competent interpreters in court for citizens not fluent in English

1977.4.21

L69-77

Bayh reaction to President Carter's energy speech

L70-77

Press advisory: Bayh to attend La Porte County Democratic Fundraiser in Michigan City

1977.4.21

L71-77

Press advisory: Bayh to attend Jennings County Democratic Dinner in North Vernon

1977.4.21

L72-77

Press advisory: Bayh to speak to students of South Bend Adams High School

1977.4.21

L73-77

Press advisory: Bayh to attend Employee-Employer Banquet in East Chicago

1977.4.21

L74-77

Press advisory: Bayh to speak at annual Illinois-Indiana Hadassah Regional Conference in Fort Wayne

1977.4.21

L75-77

Bayh to hold town meeting in Marion

1977.4.21

L76-77

Bayh to hold town meeting in Valparaiso

1977.4.21

L77-77

Senate Judiciary Committee recommends two new federal judgeships for Indiana

1977.4.21

L78-77

House defeats amendment to 1977 supplemental bill for reimbursement of state and local expenses for snow removal

1977.4.25

L79-77

Urban Mass Transportation Administration approves $400,000 study grant for Indianapolis central city automated transit system

1977.5.2

L80-77

Bayh tours National Avionics Facility in Indianapolis, is optimistic that Congress will eliminate civilian manpower ceilings

1977.4.27

L81-77

Economic Development Administration awards $6.6 million to Gary for urban revitalization program

1977.4.29

L82-77

Bayh deplores Indiana's failure to meet juvenile delinquency grant applications deadlines during speech at annual Youth Services Banquet in Elkhart

1977.4.27

L83-77

Bayh writes Governor Bowen deploring state's failure to apply for federal funds for juvenile delinquency prevention programs

1977.4.30

L84-77

Bayh tells Jennings County Democrats that state government's bungling of applications hampers efforts to bring federal dollars to Indiana

1977.5.3

L85-77

Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works orders review of Army Corps of Engineers decision against construction of levee at Tell City

1977.5.4

L86-77

Bayh testifies before National Advisory Council on Historic Preservation in support of Lockfield Gardens designation as a historical preservation site

1977.5.5

L86A-77

Release for the files: Bayh urges Senate to adopt amendment to Export Administration Act to prohibit export of Alaskan oil for next two years

1977.5.5

L86B-77

Release for the files: Bayh reaction to bill prohibiting U.S. companies from complying with Arab boycott of Israel [Export Administration Act]

1977.5.6

L87-77

Bayh urges Robert Strauss to limit color TV imports to save jobs

1977.5.6

L88-77

Economic Stimulus Package Supplemental Appropriations bill provides $136,329,814 for Indiana public service employment

1977.5.10

L89-77

Bayh urges deauthorization of Lafayette Lake and Big Pine Reservoirs [Army Corps of Engineers]

1977.5.10

L90-77

Energy Research and Development Administration awards two grants to Indiana for installation of solar heating systems

1977.5.10

L90A-77

Release for the files: Senate Water Resources Subcommittee agrees to include deauthorization of Lafayette Lake and Big Pine Reservoir in the Omnibus Water Resources Bill

1977.5.11

L91-77

Bayh proposed amendment to fiscal 1978 budget to make funds available to state and local governments for conversion of abandoned railroad rights-of-way for recreation and conservation uses

1977.5.19

L92-77

Press advisory: Bayh to address Perry County League of Women Voters in Tell City

1977.5.20

L93-77

Press advisory: Bayh to meet with senior citizens at Dreiser Square Community Center in Terre Haute

1977.5.20

L94-77

Press advisory: Bayh to speak to two area schools in Sullivan

1977.5.20

L95-77

Press advisory: Bayh to speak to Indiana chapter of National Association of Social Workers at French Lick

1977.5.22

L96-77

Press advisory: Bayh to attend Notre Dame University commencement with President Carter in South Bend

1977.5.22

L97-77

Press advisory: Bayh to give commencement address at Clinton Prairie High School in Frankfort

1977.5.23

L98-77

Press Advisory: Bayh to address Indiana Senior Citizens Conference in Merrillville

1977.5.23

L99-77

Press Advisory: Bayh to speak to Wabash High School student body

1977.5.20

L100-77

Press Advisory: Bayh to meet with Chamber of Commerce in Bedford [railroad relocation]

1977.5.21

L101-77

Press Advisory: Bayh to meet with Porter County officials concerning South Shore railroad

1977.5.23

L102-77

Press Advisory: Bayh to speak to Fulton County Democratic Dinner in Rochester

1977.5.16

L103-77

Fiscal 78 Military Construction Authorization Act includes more than $11 million for military construction in Indiana

1977.5.19

L104-77

Speech for groundbreaking of Terre Haute Regional Hospital

1977.5.23

L105-77

Bayh tells senior citizens of his bill to raise allowable earnings under social security

1977.5.20

L106-77

Bayh criticizes Governor Bowen for loss of juvenile delinquency prevention funds (includes speech text)

1977.5.20

L107-77

Bayh recommends David Thomas Ready of South Bend to be U.S. District Attorney for Northern District of Indiana

1977.5.20

L108-77

Senate approves Bayh amendment to Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act to protect environment during blasting by strip miners

1977.

L109-77

Joint statement by Bayh and Hartke about Bailly power plant [NIPSCO] [same as Local Press Release 33-76 dated 1976.6.25; is the label on this one staff error?]

1977.5.25

L110-77

Senate Intelligence Committee agrees to publicly disclose total CIA budget figure

1977.5.26

L111-77

Bayh working to convince President Carter that Newport, IN is best site for new RDX/HMX explosive production facility

1977.5.26

L112-77

President has formally submitted nomination of Virginia Dill McCarty for U.S. District Attorney for the Southern District of Indiana

1977.5.26

L113-77

Ten Indiana developers and contractors receive more than $149,000 in HUD grants to encourage solar technology in general housing market

1977.5.26

L113A-77

Release for the files: Bayh reaction to final Senate passage of Food and Agriculture Act of 1977

1977.5.27

L114-77

Senate Labor/HEW Appropriations Subcommittee completes markup for fiscal 1978 budget, including 16 Bayh amendments

1977.6.2

L115-77

1976 Rail Act will provide opportunities for minorities and women through Minority Business Resource Center

1977.6.2

L116-77

James Frederick Durra appointed chairman of Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service State Committee in Indiana

1977.6.6

L117-77

John Stanish of Hammond of pardon attorney in U.S. Department of Justice

1977.6.6

L118-77

Senate passes amendment to Housing and Community Development Act to increase FHA loan guarantee ceilings

1977.6.6

L118A-77

RSX/HMX explosive production facility for Newport, IN or Milan, TN not to be built in new future

1977.6.12

L118B-77-

Speech at National Conference on Soviet Jewry

1977.6.8

L119-77

Bayh joins supporters of solar energy program to drive down prices of solar cells

1977.6.8

L120-77

List of Indiana projects included in Senate Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee bill

1977.6.9

L121-77

51 Indiana counties and communities to share in federal funds under Public Works Employment Act of 1977

1977.6.9

L122-77

Press Advisory: Bayh to give commencement speech at St. Joseph College in Renssalaer

1977.6.18

L123-77

Press Advisory: Bayh to participate in Heritage Days parade in Huntington

1977.6.18

L124-77

Press Advisory: Bayh to speak to First United Church of Christ in Indianapolis on school violence and juvenile crime as part of community seminar series

1977.6.18

L125-77

Press Advisory: Bayh to address senior citizens at Dreiser Square Community Center and Hoosier Girls State delegates in Terre Haute

1977.6

L126-77

Press Advisory: Bayh to hold press conference in Fort Wayne

1977.6

L127-77

Press Advisory: Bayh will meet with senior citizens at Riverview Towers in New Albany

1977.6

L128-77

Press Advisory: Bayh to speak to annual meeting of Family and Children's Service Organization

1977.6.10

L128A-77

Note to Editors: Bayh criticism of Governor Bowen over failed application for Law Enforcement Assistance Administration funds to combat juvenile crime

1977.6.10

L129-77

Bayh urges Governor Bowen to designate local jurisdictions requiring drought assistance

1977.6.9

L130-77

Senate Defense Appropriations Subcommittee includes $44.4 million for RDX/HMX ammunition production facility

1977.6.10

L131-77

Senate Judiciary Committee has confirmed Virginia Dill McCarty's nomination as U.S. District Attorney for Southern District of Indiana

1977.6.10

L132-77

Bayh urges HEW Secretary Joseph Califano to delay decision to cut Indiana Medicaid grants

1977.6.14

L133-77

Senate approves operating budget for fiscal 1978 for U.S. Civil Rights Commission

1977.6.14

L134-77

Bayh and Senator Walter Huddleston (KY) ask for $1.3 million for ongoing Ohio River Basin Energy Study (ORBES)

1977.6.14

L135-77

Senate Appropriations Committee approves $6.277 billion transportation budget, including Indiana projects (listed)

1977.6.15

L136-77

RDX/HMX explosive production facility project postponed pending review of need

1977.6.15

L137-77

Funds for ongoing Ohio River Basin Energy Study (ORBES) included in Senate Appropriations Subcommittee markup for HUD and Independent Agencies budgets

1977.6.17

L138-77

Senate confirms Virginia Dill McCarty as U.S. District Attorney in the Southern District of Indiana.

1977.6.20

L139-77

Bayh tells Riverview Towers senior citizens in New Albany that they are entitled to more from Social Security system

1977.6.20

L139A-77

Bayh tells Dreiser Square senior citizens in Terre Haute that they are entitled to more from Social Security system

1977.6.16

L140-77

Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Agriculture and Related Agencies approves $14 billion budget, including Bayh amendments on hog pseudorabies research and soil erosion center at Purdue

1977.6.17

L141-77

Senate approves $10.3 billion for Department of the Interior and related agencies, including $16.9 million for land acquisition for Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

1977.6.21

L142-77

Conrail exceeds rail restoration goals for 1976, including 100 miles in Indiana

1977.6.21

L143-77

President Carter nominates Frank J. Anderson to be U.S. Marshal for Southern District of Indiana

1977.6.21

L143A-77

Senate Appropriations Committee adds $25 million for programs for the Office of Juvenile Justice of the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration

1977.6.21

L144-77

Senate Appropriations Committee approves $1.3 million for ongoing Ohio River Basin Energy Study (ORBES)

1977.6.22

L145-77

Senate Appropriations Committee approves $13.9 billion for Department of Agriculture and Related Agencies

1977.6.22

L146-77

Senate Appropriations Committee approves $300,000 for Little Calumet River Project and $15,000 for Tell City levee flood control study

1977.6.23

L147-77

Statement of support for House members Walter Fauntroy and Don Edwards in introducing bill establishing direct representation for District of Columbia

1977.6.23

L148-77

Senate approves $6.277 billion for transportation projects

1977.6.27

L149-77

Federal Disaster Assistance Administration declares 25 Indiana counties eligible for Emergency Drought Relief funds

1977.6.28

L150-77

House-Senate Conference Committee approves $6.2 billion for transportation projects, including several in Indiana (listed)

1977.6.30

L151-77

Three Indiana symphony orchestras receive National Endowment for the Arts grants

1977.7.1

L152-77

Tribute to Roy Wilkins, retiring NAACP executive secretary

1977.7.6

L153-77

Twenty-one Indiana colleges and universities receiving $288,000 from HEW for cost-of-instruction and veterans' affairs programs

1977.7.6

L154-77

Three more Indiana counties declared eligible for federal drought relief by Federal Disaster Assistance Administration

1977.7.6

L154A-77

Urban Mass Transportation Administration awards State of Indiana grant to fund Indiana Mass Transportation Improvement Project

1977.7.11

L155-77

Nomination of Frank J. Anderson to be U.S. Marshal for the Southern District of Indiana approved by Senate Judiciary Committee

1977.7.13

L156-77

House-Senate Conference Committee approves $1.3 million for phase two financing of ongoing Ohio River Basin Energy Study (ORBES)

1977.7.13

L157-77

Frank Anderson confirmed by Senate as U.S. Marshal for Southern District of Indiana

1977.7.15

L158-77

Bayh seeking to persuade House Judiciary Committee to approve two new federal judges for Indiana

1977.7.15

L159-77

Nine additional Indiana counties declared eligible for funds under Community Emergency Drought Relief Act of 1977

1977.7.18

L160-77

Bayh joins sponsorship of bill to increase number of Hoosier veterans able to use GI Bill for tuition costs

1977.7.18

L161-77

Bayh joins sponsorship of bill to declare September National Sickle Cell Month

1977.7.20

L162-77

Bayh urges chairman of Senate Health Subcommittee to make legislation retroactively repeal HEW plans to reduce Indiana's Medicaid funds

1977.7.21

L163-77

House-Senate Conference Committee agrees to 13 Bayh amendments increasing funding for mental health, cancer research, childhood disease immunization, and anti-smoking efforts

1977.7.24

L164-77

Bayh asks Secretary of Defense Harold Brown for updated status report on construction of RDX/HMX explosive production facility

1977.7.22

L165-77

House-Senate Conference Committee agrees to include $400,000 in fiscal 1978 Agriculture Appropriations Bill for soil erosion research center at Purdue

1977.7.30

L166-77

Bayh comments at launching of nuclear attack submarine U.S.S. Indianapolis in Groton, CT

1977.7.30

L167-77

Indiana no longer on Energy Research and Development Administration's list of potential nuclear waste disposal sites

1977.7.29

L168-77

Senate Judiciary Committee recommends full Senate approval of September as National Sickle Cell Month

1977.8.1

L169-77

Six Indiana cities to receive $6 million in public works funds from Economic Development Administration

1977.8.1

L170-77

Loyd R. Jones appointed State Executive Director for the Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Service in Indiana by Secretary of Agriculture Robert Bergland

1977.8.4

L171-77

Thirty-three Indiana nursing schools are allocated funds for student loans and scholarships

1977.8.4

L171a-77

Bayh recommends nomination of Joseph Novotny of Gary as U.S. Marshall for Northern District of Indiana

1977.8.4

L172-77

Bayh sponsors two bills to make loan funds available for solar power on farms

1977.8.11

L173-77

Bayh and five other Senators write Brezhnev asking that Irina McClellan be allowed to emigrate to the U.S.

1977.8.12

L174-77

President Carter appoints James E. Posey Indiana State Director of the Farmers Home Administration

1977.8.29

L175-77

Bayh announces $3 million grant from Economic Development Administration to Washington, IN

1977.8.29

L176-77

Bayh announces $5 million grant from Economic Development Administration to Muncie

1977.8.25

L177-77

Department of the Interior has selected Indianapolis as site of new regional Office of Surface Mining and Evansville as a District Office of Surface Mining

1977.8.29

L178-77

Federal Energy Administration offers Indiana Department of Commerce Energy Troup a $532,000 grant to assist in implementation of state energy conservation program

1977.9.6

L179-77

Indiana University Foundation receives grant from National Institute of Arthritis, Metabolic and Digestive Diseases

1977.9.6

L180-77

Federal Highway Administration approves $120,000 in emergency relief to replace bridge in Parke County washed out by rains in August

1977.9.8

L181-77

President Carter announces support for Alcan Gas Pipeline, helping Indiana supply of natural gas

1977.9.13

L182-77

Bayh introduces bill to establish Office of Minority Economic Research and Development within Federal Energy Administration

1977.9.14

L183-77

Bayh testifies before Senate Commerce Committee in support of National Crude Oil Supply and Transportation Act to expedite private development of natural gas pipelines

1977.9.14

L184-77

Senate approves establishment of Office of Minority Economic Research and Development within Federal Energy Administration

1977.9.16

L185-77

President Carter nominates David Thomas Ready for U.S. District Attorney for Northern District of Indiana

1977.9.16

L185A-77

Senate passes amendment to Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibiting discrimination on basis of pregnancy or childbirth

1977.9.16

L186-77

Federal Aviation Administration has selected Indianapolis airport for installation of computer-based weather information system (AWANS)

1977.9.26

L187-77

Bayh urges Ambassador Robert Strauss to press for agreement on steel import pricing practices at U.S. representatives at meeting of Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development

1977.9.27

L188-77

Bayh joins in support of Senate resolution establishing Presidential Commission on Domestic and International Hunger and Malnutrition

1977.9.27

L189-77

Bayh urges Treasury Secretary W. Michael Blumenthal to give speedy consideration to steel industry anti-dumping complaints

1977.9.28

L190-77

Federal Energy Administration selects Indiana as one of sites for pilot program to protect the interests of consumers in electric utility regulatory proceedings

1977.9.28

L191-77

Bayh urges Carter administration to support continuation of temporary quotas on specialty steel imports through 1979

1977.9.30

L192-77

Conrail agrees to extend local freight service on Line 633 between Indianapolis and Richmond for 30 days

1977.9.30

L193-77

Bayh will hold public town meeting in Beech Grove on Oct 9

1977.9.30

L194-77

Bayh joins 16 Senators in letter to President Carter urging retention of import quotas on specialty steel

1977.10.2

L195-77

Bayh participates in dedication of new Jackson Covered Bridge in Park County

1977.10.3

L195A-77

Bayh praises signing of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act

1977.9.30

L196-77

Six Indiana cities and towns to receive Environmental Protection Agency grants for construction of wastewater treatment facilities

1977.10.4

L197-77

Bayh praises Treasury Department decision that Japan is dumping carbon steel plate in the U.S. market

1977.10.6

L199-77

Farmer Home Administration loans granted to 14 Indiana communities under emergency drought program

1977.10.6

L200-77

Nine Indiana cities and towns to receive Environmental Protection Agency grants for construction of wastewater treatment facilities

1977.10.6

L201-77

Senate accepts Bayh amendment to Federal Power Act requiring public utility companies to notify Federal Power Commission of any anticipated electric energy shortages that would affect customer service

1977.10.10

L202-77

Bayh and Congressman Fithian to host meeting in Indianapolis to discuss gasohol

1977.10.10

L203-77

Senate unanimously passes bill banning use of children in production of sexually explicit materials and live performances

1977.10.11

L204-77

Bayh writes Navy Secretary W. Graham Claytor objecting to lowered civilian manpower ceiling at Naval Avionics Facility in Indianapolis

1977.10.11

L205-77

Federal Highway Administration has awarded funds for construction of Cline Avenue extension between East Chicago and Hammond

1977.10.13

L206-77

Bayh to offer amendment to fiscal 1978 Supplemental Appropriations Bill to provide Amtrak with additional funds to forestall service cuts

1977.10.14

L207-77

Bayh urges Indiana farmers to take part in meeting on gasohol in Indianapolis hosted by him and Congressman Fithian

1977.10.17

L208-77

Bayh points to potential of new process developed by Purdue University to use crop residues for production of alcohol fuels

1977.10.23

L209-77

Bayh says at annual Indiana Governor's Conference on Aging that federal government will be showing greater sensitivity to needs of older citizens

1977.10.22

L210-77

Remarks at Democratic dinner in Warsaw focus on oil and natural gas prices and other energy issues

1977.10.21

L211-77

Bayh will sponsor bill to provide tax incentives for production of alcohol fuel

1977.10.21

L212-77

Bayh announces in Indiana that he will sponsor bill to provide tax incentives for production of alcohol fuel

1977.10.21

L213-77

Bayh criticizes nation's major energy producers for seeking artificially high oil and natural gas prices through deregulation

1977.10.21

L214-77

Bayh to introduce language into Supplemental Appropriations Bill directing Amtrak to negotiate a lease with Penn Central for track through central Indiana

1977.10.27

L215-77

President Carter nominates Joseph N. Novotny as U.S. Marshal for Northern District of Indiana

1977.10.28

L216-77

Senate includes three amendments to Energy Tax Bill to boost alcohol fuels

1977.10.28

L217-77

Senate Appropriations Committee recommends Senate passage of Bayh amendment providing Amtrak with $18 million additional funding

1977.10.28

L218-77

Indiana to receive over $34 million from Comprehensive Employment and Training Act and another $4 million in special grants

1977.11.1

L219-77

Bayh co-sponsors resolution denouncing South Africa over human rights violations

1977.11.1

L220-77

Nine Indiana cities may be eligible from grants from HUD

1977.11.1

L221-77

Bayh and Barry Goldwater introduce amendment to Social Security Refinancing Bill to lift all ceilings on income earned after age 65

1977.11.2

L222-77

Rural Electrification Administration approves $722 million loan for Hoosier Energy power plant in Sullivan County

1977.11.3

L223-77

Bayh joins seven colleagues in letter to Treasury Secretary Blumenthal regarding enforcement of anti-dumping statutes

1977.11.4

L224-77

Bayh asks colleagues from major steel-producing states to join him in introducing Buy American Act and Trade Procedures Improvements Act

1977.11.4

L225-77

Bayh writes Secretary of the Army urging review of decision to reduce civilian personnel at Jefferson Proving Ground

1977.11.9

L226-77

Indiana will lose more than $314,000 in federal administrative funds for food stamp program because of failure to comply with regulations

1977.11.13

L227-77

Bayh says he is determined senior citizens should get better break from federal government in speech to Hebrew Home for the Aged dinner

1977.11.11

L228-77

Bayh will man phones on the Farm Line call-in on Nov. 16

1977.11.18

L229-77

Speech at Lasker Medical Research Awards Luncheon in New York

1977.11.21

L230-77

Bayh urges Secretary of Transportation Brock Adams to see that a contract awarded by Amtrak does not go to a firm contacting with a South African firm

1977.11.21

L231-77

Andrew Young will participate in Annual High School Government Leadership Conference

1977.11.21

L232-77

Bayh criticizes Governor Bowen for turning down a great that would have allowed better enforcement of anti-trust laws

1977.12.1

L233-77

In speech to White County Democratic Party dinner, Bayh criticizes nation's major energy producers for seeking high prices through deregulation

1977.12.9

L234-77

Bayh says he is determined senior citizens should get better break from federal government in speech at Kennedy Towers in Evansville

1977.12.2

L235-77

Bayh tours Cline Avenue extension construction site between East Chicago and Hammond

1977.11.22

L236-77

Bayh planning two-week Indiana trip November 28-December 11

1977.11.29

L237-77

Bayh speaks to South Bend League of Women Voters on displaced homemakers.

1977.12.7

L238-77

Bayh tours facilities of Indiana School for the Deaf

1977.11.28

L239-77

Bayh speaks at the Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation Services banquet on prospects of gasohol

1977.12.1

L240-77

Bayh will hold public town meeting in Linton Dec 8

1977.12.2

L241-77

Joint press release with Lugar announcing appointment of Arneetrice Gray and Matthew Rueff as delegates to the 16th Annual U.S. Senate Youth Program

1977.12.7

L242-77

Bayh supports farmers' efforts to improve farm income, sees foreign markets as key

1977.12.8

L244-77

Department of Defense upgrades Naval Avionics Facility in Indianapolis to a full Naval Avionics Center

1977.12.9

L245-77

Bayh urges HUD Secretary Patricia Harris to expedite federal assistance requests from Indiana to Federal Disaster Assistance Administration as a result from excessive snowfall

1977.12.13

L246-77

Eula Bingham of Occupational Safety and Health Administration will join Bayh in meeting with Indiana businessmen and labor leaders regarding OSHA rules and procedures

1977.12.13

L247-77

Bayh will meet with labor leaders and business executives and union officials regarding steel industry problems

1977.12.14

L248-77

18 Indiana cities declared eligible to apply for more than $58.8 million in federal community development funds from HUD

1977.12.16

L249-77

Bayh speaks at fundraiser for John Bushemi, contends tolls on Indiana Toll road should not extend beyond 1984 retirement date

1977.12.15

L250-77

Bayh opens three days of hearings on bill extending U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

1977 Bayh-Lines

1977.1.3

Income Carter administration, opening of Congress

1977.1.10

Pregnancy disability benefits

1977.1.17

Judgeship additions

1977.1.24

New administration, tribute to Ford

1977.1.31

Transition

1977.2.7

National energy policy

1977.2.14

Tax reform act, sick pay exclusion

1977.2.21

Public participation bill

1977.2.28

School violence and vandalism

1977.3.7

Transportation, highways

1977.3.14

Economy, public works employment act

1977.3.21

FY1977 supplemental approrpriations

1977.3.28

Human rights

1977.4.4

Protection for victims of rape

1977.4.11

Appropriations

1977.4.18

Purity of imported foods

1977.4.25

Immunization of children against diseases

1977.5.2

Energy

1977.5.9

Alaskan pipeline

1977.5.16

Social Security

1977.5.23

Decriminalization of marijuana

1977.5.30

Television imports

1977.6.6

Agriculture - The Farm Bill

1977.6.13

Cigarette smoking

1977.6.20

Environment (Clean Air Act)

1977.6.27

Rights for the institutionalized

1977.7.4

Federal Disaster Relief Act

1977.7.11

Federal Drought Assistance (and correction)

1977.7.18

Privacy, polygraph legislation

1977.7.25

Inhumanity to animals

1977.8.1

Juvenile crime

1977.8.8

Energy

1977.8.15

Department of Defense contracts

1977.8.22

Direct Election

1977.8.29

Civil Rights (excerpt from ABA speech in Chicago)

1977.9.5

Labor

1977.9.12

Foreign policy, SALT II, arms control and disarmament

1977.9.19

Alaskan oil pipeline, west coast surplus, pipeline construction

1977.9.26

Pregnancy discrimination (disability) legislation

1977.10.3

Agriculture: Reclamation Lands Act

1977.10.10

Steel industry and steel imports

1977.10.17

Gasohol

1977.10.24

Railroads - Transportation appropriations

1977.11.7

Senior citizens - Social Security legislation

1977.11.14

Natural gas supplies - Alcan pipeline

1977.11.21

Displaced homemakers

1977.11.28

Health care costs - excerpt from Lasker speech

1977.12.5

Privacy

1977.12.12

Direct Election

1977.12.19

HEW hospital guidelines

1977.12.26

Farm

1978 Bayh-Lines

1978.1.2

BL1-78

Look ahead at coming year: energy, gasohol, social security, steel, government reorganization

1978.1.9

BL2-78

Affect of foreign steel producers "dumping" in the U.S., government action to protect steel jobs

1978.1.16

BL3-78

How electoral college affects Indiana voters

1978.1.23

BL4-78

Criminal code revision now before Senate

1978.1.30

BL5-78

Alcohol Fuels Commission

1978.2.6

BL6-78

Progress of emergency declaration for Indiana

1978.2.13

BL7-78

Criticism of TAS system proposed by Internal Revenue Service

1978.2.20

BL8-78

Coal situation

1978.2.27

BL9-78

Proposed NHTSA fuel standards and International Harvester

1978.3.6

BL10-78

Railroad safety

1978.3.13

BL11-78

Humphrey Hawkins

1978.3.20

BL12-78

International Harvester

1978.3.27

BL13-78

Panama Canal debates need to be terminated and other pressing issues addressed

1978.4.3

BL14-78

Proposals in agriculture bill

1978.4.10

BL15-78

Bayh bill prohibiting denial of employment to reservists

1978.4.17

BL16-78

Bayh amendments to Buy American Act

1978.4.24

BL17-78

Sun Day and solar energy

1978.5.1

BL18-78

Relation of Nazi holocaust to modern day situations

1978.5.8

BL19-78

Criticism of Conrail high salaries and bonuses

1978.5.15

BL20-78

Progress of direct election bill [S.J. Res. 1]

1978.5.22

BL21-78

Pharmacy provisions included in Criminal Code reform bill

1978.5.29

BL22-78

Review of appropriations process

1978.6.5

BL23-78

Older Americans Act

1978.6.12

BL24-78

Privacy and the Supreme Court Zurcher decision

1978.6.19

BL25-78

National Alcohol Fuels Commission

1978.6.26

BL26-78

Soviet dissidents

1978.7.3

BL27-78

Key provisions in transportation appropriations bill

1978.7.10

BL28-78

Bill protecting animals in research and transport

1978.7.17

BL29-78

National Institute of Justice

1978.7.24

BL30-78

High utility rates and Sendak

1978.7.31

BL31-78

Consumer Privacy Protection Act

1978.8.7

BL32-78

Constitutional Amendments under Bayh's chairmanship

1978.8.14

BL33-78

Eulogy to Pope Paul VI

1978.8.21

BL34-78

Economy

1978.8.28

BL35-78

Laura Riggs and optimism of future generation

1978.9.4

BL36-78

Utility bills (excerpt from speech before Indiana Democratic Editorial Association conference in French Lick Aug 26)

1978.9.11

BL37-78

Civil Service reform

1978.9.18

BL38-78

Economic assistance to Vietnam

1978.9.25

BL39-78

Polygraph tests and employment

1978.10.2

BL40-78

Eulogy to Pope John Paul I

1978.10.9

BL41-78

Department of Education potential

1978.10.16

BL42-78

Rights of the institutionalized

1978.10.23

BL43-78

Challenge of whether free enterprise can sustain and support a free society

1978.10.30

BL44-78

Gasohol

1978 Press Releases (List only - no files of releases)

1978.1.6

L1-78

Bayh to hold town meetings in Kokomo and Columbus

1978.1.9

1-78

Bayh to hold general pre-session news conference

1978.1.11

L2-78

U.S. Mining Enforcement and Safety Administration has awarded Indiana a grant to train coal industry personnel

1978.1.11

2-78

Bayh wholeheartedly supports HEW Secretary Califano's plans to launch a national anti-smoking campaign

1978.1.12

L3-78

Bayh urges Governor Bowen to reopen negotiations with Conrail to keep open the Valparaiso-Chicago commuter line

1978.1.17

L4-78

Bayh speaks to Rotary Club in Terre Haute on energy

1978.1.12

L5-78

Grant from Energy Development Administration to Patoka Lake Regional Water and Sewer District of French Lick announced in ceremony in Indianapolis office

1978.1.18

L6-78

Bayh reacts to proposed health planning guidelines issued by HEW Secretary Califano

1978.1.19

L7-78

Joseph L. Smith appointed to Bayh's Indiana staff as special assistant for Urban and Minority Affairs

1978.1.20

L8-78

Conrail officials have delayed discontinuance of Conrail Valparaiso-Chicago commuter train for two months

1978.1.23

L9-78

Transportation budget for 1979 is $188.6 million

1978.1.25

L10-78

Bayh introduces bill to extend eligibility dates for Vietnam veterans for membership in the American Legion

1978.1.26

L11-78

Conrail has agreed to extend service on Valparaiso-Chicago line for 60 days beyond the threatened Jan. 29 cut-off

1978.1.26

L12-78

Theft of narcotics and drugs a federal crime

1978.1.26

L13-78

Bayh trying to get a declaration of Indiana as an emergency area because of snow

1978.1.23

3-78

Commission to study the potential of alcohol fuels

1978.1.23

4-78

Bill extends the Civil Rights Commission for 5 years

1978.1.24

5-78

Executive order toward the enactment of legislature against illegal or improper intelligence activities

1978.1.26

6-78

Hearings on national alcohol fuel policy to be chaired by Bayh

1978.1.27

7-78

Bayh appointed to head Intelligence Committee

1978.1.30

8-78

Introduction of revised legislation on displaced homemakers

1978.1.13

9-78

Bayh chairs full Senate Appropriations hearings on alcohol fuel policy

1978.2.1

L14-78

Farmers Home Administration emergency loans to Indiana farmers suffering because of snow

1978.2.2

L15-78

Bayh urges director of CSA to make funds available for Indiana citizens in need of help due to bad weather

1978.2.2

L16-78

$9 million in federal funds obligated for clearing roads and highways hard hit by snow

1978.2.2

L17-78

Maurice Baptiste appointed to Department of Transportation's Minority Business Resource Center advisory board

1978.2.7

10-78

Bayh proposal for a criminal standard for electronic surveillance of American in the US for intelligence purposes

1978.2.9

L18-78

Bayh commends Notre Dame for winning 1977 National College Championship

1978.2.10

L19-78

Press Advisory: International Harvester meeting in Indianapolis and Fort Wayne

1978.2.13

L20-78

Bayh urges President Carter to take immediate action to minimize impact of coal strike on Indiana and recommends that Marshall intervene

1978.2.14

L21-78

Bayh nominates 46 from Indiana for entrance into service academies

1978.2.15

L22-78

Bayh speaks at Democratic dinner in Bloomington on coal

1978.2.16

L23-78

Bayh writes to Brezhnev regarding Edward Kuznetsov

1978.2.16

L24-78

Bayh deplores loss of $1.1 million in federal funding for Indianapolis CETA program

1978.2.22

L25-78

Bayh introduces legislation for three additional parcels of land in Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

1978.2.22

L26-78

Bayh expresses concern over two sections of 1978 federal aid highway proposals, Urban High Density Program and Reail-H9ighway Crossing Demonstration Projects

1978.2.22

L27-78

Bayh intends to cosponsor direct relief to local governments for highway repairs as a result of winter

1978.2.23

L29-78

Bayh joins 11 Senators in letter to President Carter protesting cut in funding for Great Lakes

1978.2.23

L30-78

Statement on Webster confirmation

1978.2.24

L31-78

Bayh introduces Senate resolution designating February as Black History Month

1978.2.24

L32-78

Bayh intends to push for revised Humphrey Hawkins bill

1978.2.27

11-78

Intelligence Committee votes 9-0 for approval of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act

1978.2.27

L33-78

Bayh intends to cosponsor legislation providing comprehensive revision of pension program for veterans

1978.2.27

L34-78

Bayh hopes members of United Mine Workers will vote to end strike

1978.2.28

L35-78

Press Advisory: Press conference in office March 6

1978.2.28

L36-78

Indiana eligibility for $17.8 million for CETA summer youth programs

1978.2.28

L37-78

Bayh intends to push for expanded federal health programs aimed at reducing number of persons suffering from genetic diseases

1978.3.1

L38-78

Bayh calls for greater utilization of minority business in depositing funds in minority banks

1978.3.1

L39-78

Grant to Indiana Department of Commerce Energy Group

1978.3.2

12-78

Bayh testimony before Subcommittee on Employment on employment for women

1978.3.3

L40-78

Radar for Terre Haute Airport

1978.3.6

L41-78

Bayh disappointed with President Carter for not nationalizing mines

1978.3.7

L42-78

Bayh presented award by Association for Children with Learning Disabilities

1978.3.8

L43-78

Bayh announces that Indiana residents earning less than $8000 a year may be eligible for tax credit (earned income credit)

1978.3.9

L44-78

Hearings on Coast Guard ice-breaker for Great Lakes

1978.3.13

L45-78

Bayh letter to Governor Bowen urging securing one of four pilot projects for the development of alcohol fuels

1978.3.15

L46-78

Bayh cosponsors Consumer and Agriculture Protection Act of 1978 to provide relief to Indiana farmers

1978.3.14

L46a-78

Bayh condemns attack of Palestine Liberation Organization on Israel

1978.3.15

L47-78

NHTSA revises fuel economy standards on light weight truck International Harvester

1978.3.16

L48-78

Bayh disappointed with Department of Energy for lack of new information on alcohol fuels (letter to Energy Secretary)

1978.3.17

L49-78

Bayh cosponsors legislation on off-track betting operations

1978.3.18

L50-78

Bayh speaks at Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner in Indianapolis on Indiana needs

1978.3.21

L51-78

Nearly $1.5 million earmarked for Indiana commission by CSA as part of Emergency Energy Assistance Program

1978.3.22

L52-78

Bayh praises Senate passage of legislation aimed at providing relief to farmers, including bill to allow use of set-aside acreage for production of alcohol fuels

1978.3.23

L53-78

$15 million can be received by Indiana as reimbursement for snow expenses during past winter

1978.3.23

L54-78

Bayh calls for greater emphasis on development and implementation of highway safety programs

1978.3.27

L55-78

Bayh announces FRA's approved grant of $75,000+ to Indiana Public Service Commission

1978.3.28

L56-78

Bayh urges disaster assistance for Indiana as a result of sever flooding in Fort Wayne

1978.3.30

L57-78

Bayh urges Governor Bowen to respond in providing assistance for road repair

1978.3.30

L58-78

Bayh pledges full efforts to expedite federal assistance to residents of Fort Wayne

1978.3.31

L59-78

Bayh expresses relief at forestalling of Valparaiso-Chicago Conrail discontinuance

1978.3.31

L60-78

Bayh disappointed that Department of Labor diverted $1 million+ of CETA funds from Indianapolis

1978.4.3

L61-78

Andrew Young to head High School Government Leadership Conference

1978.4.4

L63-78

Bayh gratified at contract awarded by Department of Army to ITT Aerospace/Optical Division of Fort Wayne

1978.4.5

L64-78

Bayh disappointed in President Carter's determination not to provide domestic fastener industry relief as proposed by ITC

1978.4.5

L65-78

Senate Judiciary Committee favors Bayh's bill extending eligibility dates of Vietnam vets for American Legion membership

1978.4.5

L66-78

Three Indiana high school students receive 4-year ROTC scholarships

1978.4.5

13-78

Bayh's testimony before Senate Subcommittee on Buy American Act amendments

1978.4.6

L67-78

Bayh announces two prominent Indiana citizens appointed by President Carter to Comm. of Pres. Sch.

1978.4.6

L68-78

Bayh calls for $400,000 added to Army Corps of Engineers budget to alleviate future flood damage

1978.4.7

L69-78

Bayh urges chairmen of House and Senate committees to include provisions encouraging Buy American Act amendments in bills before their committees

1978.4.10

L70-78

Bayh calls for gasohol as alternative to 40% of petroleumenergy consumed by cars

1978.4.11

L71-78

Bayh asks GAO to check accuracy of grants awarded for rail car purchases contracted to outside manufacturers

1978.4.11

L72-78

Bayh introduces bill to address inequities of federal tax structures for small companies and professional individuals who have established self-insurance reserve funds

1978.4.11

L73-78

Bayh writes President Carter urging first three parts of energy bill be separated from Natural Gas Pricing Bill

1978.4.13

L74-78

$670,000 in supplemental grants awarded by HEW to Indiana colleges and universities participating in work/study program

1978.4.14

L75-78

Dr. Howard L. Campbell chosen as director of HUD Indianapolis area office

1978.4.13

L76-78

Joint House-Senate Conference Committee agrees to Bayh's language on Omnibus Judgeship Bill

1978.4.14

L77--78

Bayh disappointed in Congressional failure to pass emergency farm legislation, pledges new legislation

1978.4.14

L78-78

Bayh statement on problem of juvenile status offenders

1978.4.14

L79-78

Gary and Department of Transportation Minority Business Resource Center sign contract establishing first Minority Business Outreach Center in the country

1978.4.17

L80-78

Press Advisory: Bayh in Indiana for High School Government Leadership Conference

1978.4.17

14-78

Bayh pledges full support before Senate Committee on securing Senate passage of proposed amendment on full representation for District of Columbia

1978.4.18

L81-78

Bayh encouraged by two proposals on alcohol fuel submitted to Department of Agriculture

1978.4.18

L82-78

Southern District judgeship approved by Conference Committee

1978.4.20

L83-78

14 million people in country still lack decent shelter, building houses means more jobs (speech at Indiana Manufactured Housing Association banquet)

1978.4.21

L85-78

Press Advisory: Intelligence Committee press release: Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act

1978.4.21

L86-78

Bayh says results of GAO report states that Treasury Department administration of anti-dumping documents timeliness of Trade Procedures Reform Act

1978.4.21

L87-78

Bay recommends that Law Enforcement Assistance Administration budget by increased by $40

1978.4.21

L88-78

Bayh recommends that rural Clean Water program receive full funding at $200 million

1978.4.25

L89-78

Bayh intends to introduce legislation to encourage growth of Indiana corn sweetener industry

1978.4.26

15-78

Bayh announces resumption of hearings on District of Columbia representation

1978.4.26

L90-78

Bayh says relocation of two Army centers to Indianapolis could mean 4600 more jobs

1978.4.27

16-78

Bayh calls on two budget committees to hold lid on salaries of Conrail officials

1978.5.1

L91-78

Bayh invites citizens to dial Sun Dial Energy Deparment service on local solar energy suppliers

1978.5.2

L92-78

Bayh criticizes Senate defeat of amendment designed to encourage the purchase of domestic steel

1978.5.3

L93-78

Bayh announces 15 cities are eligible to receive federal funds for public works projects

1978.5.3

L94-78

Bayh concerned over delay in issuance of permit for Clark Maritime Center

1978.5.3

L95-78

Senate accepts go-ahead to construct boat facility in Spencer County

1978.5.3

L96-78

Changes in administration requests for 1979 Labor/HEW appropriations bill

1978.5.4

L97-78

Bayh recommend $4 million for soil erosion lab at Purdue University

1978.5.5

L98-78

Bayh protests $150 million budget cut in Food for Peace Program

1978.5.5

L99-78

Lake, Starke, and La Grange Counties declared disasters due to floods

1978.5.8

18-78

Bayh calls on Congress to implement Department of Transportation plans for efficient Amtrak

19878.5.8

L100-78

Bayh intends to discuss need for additional I-70 interchange in Terre Haute

1978.5.8

L100-78a

Speech at Westin Seminar

1978.5.10

19-78

Bayh seeks additional $2 million for FBI programs combating terrorism

1978.5.10

20-78

Bayh amendment restricting expenditure for steel rail and Amtrak equipment to $1 million federal funding if foreign

1978.5.11

L101-78

Bayh announces Mark Hasten appointment to Pres. Export Council

1978.5.11

L102-78

Bayh says additional funds for SBA disaster loan program will help Indiana

1978.5.15

L104-78

Bayh praises regulations on nitrite levels in bacon

1978.5.15

L104-78

Bayh concerned with personnel situation at Naval Avionics Center

1978.5.16

21-78

Press Advisory: News Conference on extensionof deadline for ERA ratification

1978.5.16

L105-78

Bayh recommends changes in USDA Cooperative Extension Service

1978.5.16

L106-78

Bayh recommends adjustments for USDA Alcohol fuels research

1978.5.16

L107-78

Indiana Department of Natural Resources awarded grants by Department of the Interior

1978.5.16

L108-78

Bayh recommends approval of his amendment to increase budget of Civil Rights Commission

1978.5.17

22-78

Bayh introduces legislation to extend deadline for ratification of ERA

1978.5.17

L109-78

Bayh financial disclosure report

1978.5.19

L110-78

HEW awards funds to Indiana colleges participating in college loan programs

1978.5.19

L111-78

Cigarette smoking needs ore attention by health researchers

1978.5.19

L112-78

Bayh condemns Soviet treatment of Yuri Orlov

1978.5.19

L113-78

Bayh cosponsors resolution to make weekend of April 29 "Days of Remembrance of Victims of the Holocaust"

1978.5.20

L114-78

Fort Wayne funding for displaced homemakers program approved by Department of Labor

1978.5.22

L115-78

Bayh supports Operation CARE

1978.5.23

L116-78

EDA awards $2 million to Jeffersonville for amusement park

1978.5.24

L117-78

Bayh recommends passage of Consumer and Agriculture Protection Act

1978.5.24

L118-78

Bayh cosponsors bill to increase Medicare coverage

1978.5.25

L119-78

Senate adopts Bayh funding creases to bolster medical research

1978.5.25

L120-78

Bayh calls for approval of bill giving loans to small businesses that market solar or energy conservation products

1978.5.25

L121-78

Local officials must do their part to save Indianapolis's Union Station

1978.5.25

L122-78

Funds approved for Richmond Airport

1978.5.25

L123-78

Funds approved for Warsaw Airport

1978.5.25

L123-78a

Funds approved for National Auto Safety Center at Purdue University

1978.5.25

L124-78

Additional $2 million for Clark County Airport

1978.5.25

L125-78

Additional $34.6 million for Cline Avenue extension (East Chicago connection to Hammond)

1978.5.25

L126-78

Additional $2 million for Terre Haute Rail Highway crossing demonstration project

1978.5.25

L127-78

Additional $4 million for Lafayette rail highway crossing demonstration project

1978.5.26

L128-78

Additional $100,000 forSouth Bend Master Plan

1978.5.26

L128a-78

Bayh asks EPA to reexamine non-compliance of Vigo County of Clean Air Standards

1978.5.26

L129-78

Bayh calls for improvements in Farmers Home Administration

1978.5.30

L130-78

Sendak ruling disqualifies consumer groups from funds because of lobbying activities

1978.6.2

23-78

Bayh intends to introduce Zurcher privacy bill

1978.6.2

L131-78

Request for $235,000 for improvement projects in Hoosier National Forest

1978.6.2

L132-78

Recommended funding for Energy Extension Service

1978.6.5

24-78

Introduction of Zurcher privacy bill

1978.6.6

L133-78

$41.9 million in federal highway trust fund monies approved for construction of 2.7 mile addition to interstate system in Indiana

1978.6.6

L134-78

Bayh recommends that $3 million be included in Department of Energy coal gasification budget to study feasibility of American industries using gas derived from coal

1978.6.7

L135-78

EDA awards $78,331 to continue program designed to analyze problems blocking economic growth in Indiana

1978.6.7

L136-78

Bayh introduces bill to prohibit use of live animals as lure and bait in training of racing dogs

1978.6.9

L137-78

Statement on death of Cleo Blackburn

1978.6.9

25-78

Announcement of hearings on Zurcher privacy bill

1978.6.9

L138-78

Agreement reached between Conrail and Minority Business Resource Center committing $100 million to increase minority investment

1978.6.9

L139-78

Appointment of Morrie Katz as advisor to Special Representative for Trade

1978.6.12

L140-78

Bayh recommends additional $500,000 in Department of Energy budget for development of gasohol

1978.6.12

L141-78

Bayh calls upon Sendak to reverse his ruling limiting participation by consumer oriented groups in a federal grant program

1978.6.12

L142-78

Senate committee approval of Bayh proposal to establish a National Commission on Alcohol Fuels

1978.6.15

27-78

Bayh urges Senate colleagues to participate in gasohol demonstration sponsored by the AAA

1978.6.15

L143-78

Bayh sharply criticizes Sendak for his failure to act in the best interest of Hoosiers in the ongoing consumer battle against high electric bills

1978.6.16

28-78

Witness list for Zurcher privacy bill hearings June 22

1978.6.20

29-78

Time change for Zurcher privacy bill hearings June 22

1978.6.20

L144-78

Department of Energy signs $500,000 contract with Indianapolis firm to determine economic feasibility of a plant capable of converting waste products to energy

1978.6.22

30-78

Opening statement for Zurcher privacy bill hearings

1978.6.23

31-78

Senate approval of transportation budget, with key sections of bill

1978.6.23

L145-78

Bayh blasts Lugar for his lack of understanding of appropriations process in mass transit operations

1978.6.23

L146-78

Senate approval of Department of Transportation Indiana projects

1978.6.26

L147-78

Bayh says in Indianapolis chances are fairly good for Congressional action on Zurcher privacy bill

1978.6.27

L148-78

Keynote speech for state Democratic Convention in Indianapolis

1978.6.26

L149-78

Two Indiana buildings will be among 83 in 41 staes that will go "solar"

1978.6.28

32-78

Bayh fills car up with gasohol

1978.6.28

L150-78

HEW awarded $700,000 to two Indiana organizations to develop and improve emergency medical services

1978.6.29

L151-78

Department of Energy awards Indiana CSA more than $1.8 million for weatherization assistance

1978.6.29

L152-78

Joe Anderson appointed chairman of National Advisory Committee for the Office of Juvenile Justice

1978.6.29

L153-78

Edgar Imhoff named director of the Regional Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement in Indianapolis

1978.6.30

L154-78

Bayh calls on Governor Bowen to move quickly in helping Indianapolis residents suffering from tornado

1978.7.5

L155-78

Letter warning that failure to obtain a separate international trade agreement for steel could imperil chances for Congressional approval of multilateral trade agreement

1978.7.10

33-78

Announcement of second day of hearings on Zurcher privacy bill

1978.7.12

34-78

Bayh introduces National Institute of Justice bill

1978.7.13

35-78

Opening of second day of Zurcher privacy bill hearings

1978.7.13

36-78

Bayh introduces Free and Fair Trade in Procurement Act to prevent federal government from purchasing or supporting the purchase of foreign made products sold in US at unfair prices

1978.7.13

L156-78

Ann Greenfield appointed to White County Bridge Commission

1978.7.13

L157-78

Senate passage of naming of Helsinki Watch Group for Nobel Peace Prize

1978.7.15

L158-78

Establishment of new Energy Extension Service program

1978.7.17

37-78

Bayh successful in including separate category of airport grants-in-aid under ADAP to general aviation air.

1978.7.17

L159-78

Bayh calls upon administration to terminate high technological trade with the USSR in response to Soviet disregard of human rights

1978.7.18

38-78

Full Judiciary Committee approval of Bayh rights of the Institutionalized bill

1978.7.19

39-78

Bayh to participate in National Town Meeting at Kennedy Center

1978.7.19

L160-78

HUD comm.. blocks grants to 39 Indiana cities

1978.7.20

40-78

Bayh introduces Consumer Privacy Protection Act

1978.7.20

L161-78

Bayh calls final Congressional approval of Department of Transportation budget proof about cutting spending

1978.7.21

L162-78

APE intends to revise designation of Vigo County as violator of Clean Air Act regulations

1978.7.24

L163-78

Approval of creation of four additional Early Warning Organics Detection System along Ohio River, including one at Evansville

1978.7.27

L164-78

Bayh satisfied Department of Justice has taken steps to halt discriminatory hiring in the Indianapolis police and fire departments

1978.7.27

L165-78

Bayh challenges Environmental Protection Agency guideline that could impede use of gasohol and ban use after Sept 15 1978

1978.7.31

41-78

Equal Rights Amendment hearings scheduled for Aug 2 [ERA]

1978.8.1

L166-78

FHWA assures Bayh that Cline Avenue project and Indiana Toll Road can be built with federal assistance

1978.8.1

L167-78

HUD awards Loogootee, Mitchell, and Elwood UDAG small cities grants

1978.8.1

L168-78

Bayh says corn sweeteners may provide alternative to more expensive can and beet sugars

1978.8.2.

42-78

Opening statement for Equal Rights Amendment hearings [ERA]

1978.8.2

43-78

Announcement of witness for second and third day of Equal Rights Amendment hearings [ERA]

1978.8.2

L169-78

$6 million approved by Appropriations Committee for research and development of gasohol

1978.8.7

L170-78

Bayh testifies before Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on merits of alcohol fuel

1978.8.8

L171-78

FHWA approves construction of an additional I-70 interchange for Terre Haute

1978.8.10

L172-78

Bayh testifies before Parks and Recreation Subcommittee on expansion of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

1978.8.9

L173-78

Bayh to be in Indiana weekend of Aug 11

1978.8.9

L174-78

Appropriations committee approves $2.2 million for Cities in School Program, Indianapolis schools should receive $907,000

1978.8.11

L175-78

Press Advisory: Bayh holding statewide news conference

1978.8.12

L176-78

$3.6 million mortgage has been secured from HUD for a Fort Wayne housing project

1978.8.15

L177-78

Dr. Otto Doering appointed to National Energy Advisory Board

1978.8.16

44-78

Bayh endorses House version of proposed Constitutional Amendment for full vote representation to District of Columbia

1978.8.16

L178-78

Bayh urges ICC to take immediate and decisive action on shortage of rail cars for moving grain

1978.8.17

45-78

Individual privacy and freedom of the press

1978.8.17

L179-78

Section of HEW appropriations bill struck in order for discrimination to be prohibited

1978.8.19

L180-78

Good examples of tax spending in Jeffersonville

1978.8.22

46-78

Bayh calls for quick passage of the legislation to insure the privacy of individuals not suspected of criminal activity

1978.8.23

L181-78

FRA of the Department of Transportation awards $1,456,502 to Indiana Public Service Commission

1978.8.24

L182-78

Bayh and 9 other Senators offer alternative to current deadlock over energy policy

1978.8.31

L185-78

HEW awards total of $59,0231 to five art museums in Indiana

1978.8.26

47-78

Democratic party leadership and state candidates for office to stand up for utility ref.

1978.8.30

L184-78

Amtrak board of directors approves funding to complete third phase of the five-year program

1978.9.8

L186-78

Senate accepts amendment cosponsored by Bayh providing exemption from certain registration requirements for migrants

1978.9.9

L187-78

Clears up misconceptions concerning construction of I-70 interchange

1978.9.9

L188-78

HUD awards more than $3.7 million to Sisters of Providence in Terre Haute

1978.9.12

Pr. Adv.

Bayh-Dole news conference on introduction of legislation for cutting red tape for securing patents

1978.9.12

L189-78

Bayh introduces to Senate Banking Committee first woman to be nominated to Federal Reserve Board

1978.9.13

48-78

Bayh introduces University and Small Business Patent Procedures Act

1978.9.13

L190-78

Appropriations Committee approves proposal to earmark funds for Indiana for study to increase utilization of coal by industry

1978.9.13

L191-78

Bayh joins effort to separate Alcan pipeline provisions from the rest of the natural gas con.

1978.9.14

49-78

Economic aid to Vietnam does not serve the best interest of the U.S.

1978.9.14

50-78

HEW reacts to the intent of the new legislation

1978.9.14

L192-78

Constitution's 191st year

1978.9.15

51-78

Braille letter to legally blind Hoosier citizens

1978.9.18

52-78

Bayh introduces legislation to ban the use of polygraphs in employee hiring

1978.9.18

L193-78

Bayh praises Joseph R. La Rocco for securing $388,108 from MTA for improvements in city's transportation system

1978.9.19

L194-78

Senate accepts key amendment paving way for final approval and construction of the trans-Canadian Alaska gas pipeline

1978.9.19

53-78

Polygraphs and the job applications or the employee [?]

1978.9.19

54-78

Bayh intends to vote against Senate passage of the gas bill

1978.9.21

L195-78

$98,016 will develop a program to ensure proper placement of children requiring a place out of their own homes

1978.9.26

L196-78

$244,000 award to Indiana Public Coun. Office for fund. groups challenge utility rates[?]

1978.9.26

L197-78

Foreign investors pay a capital gains tax when they sell or exchange agriculture or timber

1978.9.27

55-78

Legislation to keep Equal Rights Amendment alive past its current deadline is successful [ERA]

1978.9.29

L198-78

$361,000 to eight Indiana communities as part of a community food and nutrition grant program

1978.10.2

56-78

Bayh to appear on NBC's Today Show to debate merits of Equal Rights Amendment extension [ERA]

1978.10.2

L199-78

Bayh wants approval of H.R. 11711 assistance programs for workers who have lost their jobs as a direct result of unfair trade practices of foreign nations

1978.10.3

57-78

Opening of Senate debate on extending the ratification deadline of the Equal Rights Amendment [ERA]

1978.10.3

58-78

Proponents of rescission, not of Equal Rights Amendment extension, who are attempting to change the rules [ERA]

1978.10.4

59-78

Bayh predicts that since Senate has defeated rescission, it will vote to extend the deadline for Equal Rights Amendment ratification [ERA]

1978.10.4

L200-78

Three Indiana counties declared disaster areas by Farmers Home Administration

1978.10.5

L201-78

National Endowment for the Arts awards two Indiana institutions a total of $600,000

1978.10.6

60-78

Extension of the ratification deadline should be interpreted by the states as a reaffirmation by Congress [ERA]

1978.10.9

L202-78

Senate approves and sends to the House the utility reform conference report including provision proposed by Bayh

1978.10.10

61-78

Amendment to tax bill by Bayh that is designed to encourage participation by private industry in urban community redevelopment

1978.10.10

62-78

Hearings begin early next year on the development of a federal law which will provide protection for a reporter's confidential source

1978.10.11

63-78

Bayh calls it a travesty of justice that Senate will not take up his proposal for humane and constit. living conditions in this session

1978.10.11

L203-78

Foreign investment in Am. Farm presents an ever-increasing problem for young people who want to start a farm business

1978.10.12

L204-78

Conferees accept Bayh proposal to strengthen government policy to purchase domestic goods whenever possible

1978.10.12

L205-78

S. 1566 is a landmark in the development of effective legal safeguards for constitutional rights

1978.10.12

L206-78

Government cannot pay for a cup of coffee for citizens on jury duty in federal district courts

1978.10.12

L207-78

Bayh is pleased with the utility reform conference report

1978.10.14

L208-78

Final Congressional action providing a narrow exemption from certain registration requirements for migrant laborers

1978.10.14

L209-78

Senate-House conferees agree to funding levels for highway and mass transit projects under the Surface Transportation Act

1978.10.14

L210-78

Bayh to spend at least three weeks in Indiana at end of 95th Congress

1978.10.17

L210-78

Resolution for extension of deadline for ratification of Equal Rights Amendment wouldn't have succeeded without organizations such as National Business and Professional Women's Association [ERA]

1978.10.17

L211-78

Congress approves Bayh proposal to create a National Alcohol Fuels Commission

1978.10.18

L212-78

Bayh feels that if states do not do a better job of regulating utilities and protecting consumers federal government may have to

1978.10.18

L213-78

Bayh determined to do all he can to see that older Americans get a better break from federal government

1978.10.16

L214-78

Congress gives final approval to establish a national commission to study potential for alcohol fuel

1978.10.16

L215-78

Bayh expresses disappointment at action taken by the Senate

1978.10.17

L216-78

Amtrak awards $390,611 contract to Indianapolis minority contracting firms

1978.10.20

L216-78

Chairman of Senate Appropriations Transportation Subcommittee reaffirms his commitment to providing adequate mass transit facilities to Indiana commuters

1978.10.23

L217-78

Development of alcohol fuels can transform American farms into energy factories, provide income for others

1978.10.?

L218-78

Bayh and Congressman Cornwell intend to push for six more miles of interstate highway 164

1978.10.24

L219-78

Alcohol fuels can help solve our nation's energy problems and create an environmentally sound method of disposing of municipal wastes

1978.10.26

L220-78

Bayh announces that gasohol will soon be available for sale to the general public in Indiana

1978.10.26

L221-78

Bayh says that American farms and cities can be transformed into energy factories

1978.10.27

L221-78

Bill currently awaiting President's signature will provide $143.7 million to Indiana for road construction, etc.

1978.10.?

64-78

Bayh statement concerning final report of committee on Tongsun Park

1978.11.1

L222-78

More than $154 million is allocated for Indiana's CETA program during fiscal year 1979

1978.11.1

L223-78

23 Indiana citizens appointed today to nonpartisan Judicial Nominating Commissions established by Bayh

1979 Bayh-Lines

1979.1.1

BL1-79

Direct election of the President

1979.1.8

BL2-79

96th Congress economic agenda [trade deficit, family farm]

1979.1.15

BL3-79

Oil divestiture legislation

1979.1.22

BL4-79

Anti-cigarette smoking

1979.1.29

BL5-79

Institutional and domestic child abuse

1979.2.5

BL6-79

China, Taiwan

1979.2.12

BL7-79

Family Farm Antitrust Act

1979.2.19

BL8-79

Constitutional Convention amendment, balanced budget amendment

1979.2.26

BL9-79

U.S. oil dependency, alternative fuel research

1979.3.5

BL10-79

University and Small Business Patent Procedures Act (Bayh-Dole)

1979.3.12

BL11-79

Assistance to senior citizens

1979.3.19

BL12-79

Northeast-Midwest Coalition, economic development

1979.3.26

BL13-79

Federal travel limitations

1979.4.2

BL14-79

Parental role in education

1979.4.9

BL15-79

Privacy legislation

1979.4.23

BL16-79

Support for oil price controls

1979.5.21

BL17-79

Support for family farm

1979.5.28

BL18-79

Legislation in support of Vietnam veterans

1979.6.4

BL18-79

Legislation to removed restrictions on invention and patents

1979.6.10

BL19-79

Lifting earnings limitations on Social Security

1979.6.18

BL20-79

Support for federal collection of outstanding debts

1979.6.25

BL21-79

Fuel price crisis, Northeast-Midwest Coalition investigation

1979.7.2

BL22-79

United Nations support and reform, foreign aid

1979.7.16

BL21-79

Gasohol

1979.7.23

BL24-79

Support for space program

1979.7.29

BL29-79

SALT II

1979.8.6

BL25-79

Support for consumer members on Indiana Public Service Commission

1979.8.12-18

Indiana floods, disaster relief

1979.8.20

BL30-79

Petroleum Industry Competition Act

1979.8.27

BL31-79

Energy problems, opposition to August recess for Congress

1979.9.19

BL32-79

Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act

1979.9.24

BL33-79

Visit of Pope John Paul II, separation of church and state

1979.10.1

BL34-79

Establishment of Department of Education

1979.10.8

BL35-79

Hospice care programs

1979.10.15

BL36-79

Support for Alaska oil pipeline

1979.10.22

BL37-79

Drug and alcohol abuse

1979.10.29

BL39-79

Chrysler Corporation Emergency Credit Assistance Act

1979.11.12

BL40-79

Support for aid to Cambodian refugees

1979.11.19

BL41-79

Legislation regarding patents and trademarks

1979.12.3

BL42-79

Home heating assistance programs

1979.12.10

BL43-79

Catastrophic illness and Social Security reform

1979 Press Releases (List only - no files of releases)

Key:L = Local Release

NL = Newsletter

M = Mailing

WU = Weekend Update

1979 Jan.

NL1-79

Inflation, utilities, gasohol, senior citizens, questionnaire

1979.1.5

L1-79

FHA declares Wabash County farmers eligible for drought assistance

1979.1.9

L2-79

Indiana to receive $16.2 million for interstate highway upgrades and bridge construction

1979.1.11

L3-79

Bayh to speak to luncheon symposium of senior citizens sponsored by FNMA on housing, in Washington

1979.1.11

L4-79

Bayh response to HEW smoking report, nation cannot bear health burden of smoking

1979.1.12

1-79

Bayh will introduce proposed Constitutional amendment providing for direct election of President

1979.1.12

L5-79

A.G. Bell response to Bayh suggestion that U.S. sue to recover People’s Temple assets to pay for airlift of suicide victims from Guyana

1979.1.12

L6-79

Commodity Credit Corporation backs $1.3 million gasohol research project at Purdue

1979.1.14

L7-79

Bayh to introduce bill to eliminate capital gains tax exemption for foreigners buying U.S. farm land

1979.1.15

2-79

Bayh introduces bill to guarantee civil rights to the institutionalized

1979.1.15

4-79

Bayh introduces bill to designate Martin Luther King’s birthday as a national holiday

1979.1.15

L8-79

Bayh urges Governor Bowen to quickly request federal assistance for snow disaster in northern counties

1979.1.16

L9-79

Purdue Automotive Transportation Center receives $1 million from Department of Transportation

1979.1.16

L10-79

Bayh urges President Carter to give immediate assistance to northern Indiana counties

1979.1.18

3-79

Bayh introduces oil company divestiture legislation

1979.1.17

5-79

Bayh introduces bill to include pap smears under Medicare

1979.1.17

L11-79

Bayh legislative aide attends Atlanta planning session regarding bill to make Martin Luther King’s birthday a national holiday

1979.1.19

L13-79

Grant to Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation for busses, etc.

1979.1.19

L14-79

Bayh joins in telegram to Brezhnev regarding human rights violations of Anatoly Shcharansky

1979.1.20

L12-79

Press conference release on hearings before Constitutional Amendments Subcommittee on balanced budget amendment; foreign investment in U.S. farm land; rights of the institutionalized; intelligence

1979.1.22

L15-79

Purdue University chosen as site for regional conference on biomass energy

1979.1.23

L16-79

Breakdown of Indiana’s share of the U.S. Department of Transportation budget for FY 1980

1979.1.25

L17-79

Bayh declares support for victims of crimes act

1979.1.24

L18-79

Bayh orders all information about the Pasley affair turned over to the FBI

1979.1.26

WU1-79

Bayh sponsors disaster legislation for snow removal; resolution about Taiwan; patent bill

1979.1.29

6-79

Bayh authors letter to Brezhnev regarding McClellan case

1979.1.29

L19-79

Bayh sponsors resolution regarding Taiwan

1979.1.30

L20-79

Bayh gets EPA to reassess Indiana efforts to implement Clean Air Act

1979.1.31

7-79

Bayh reacts to Adams’ proposed Amtrak route restructuring 4 Indiana lines

1979.1.31

8-79

Alcohol Fuels Commission appointments (members of Congress)

1979.2.2

WU2-79

Child abuse funds returned to federal government, Bayh introduces NIJ bill

1979.2.2

L21-79

Hearings on rights of the institutionalized announced

1979.2.3

L22-79

Press conference in Indianapolis on concerns of farmers

1979.2.5

L23-79

National Taxpayers Union praises Bayh for fiscal integrity in supporting changes in Amtrak

1979.2.5

9-79

Bayh introduces Family Farm Antitrust Act

1979.2.6

L24-79

Bayh chosen to co-chair Northeast-Midwest Coalition

1979.2.6

L25-79

Bayh calls on administration to remain committed to steep reduction in unfairly priced steel imports

1979.2.8

10-79

Hearings announced on rights of the institutionalized, with witness list

1979.2.9

WU3-79

Bayh pledges support for farmers and steel workers, is interviewed on balanced budget amendment

1979.2.13

11-79

Bayh introduces patent legislation

1979.2.13

L26-79

Bayh press conference in Indianapolis to announce judgeships

1979.2.14

L27-79

Highway grant of $6.95 million awarded to Indiana State Highway Commission

1979.2.16

L28-79

Gary press release on oil problem and use of gasohol

1979.2.16

L29-79

Mt. Vernon release on oil situation and use of gasohol

1979.2.18

L30-79

Indianapolis release on TV interview on prospects of gasohol

1979.2.16

L31-79

Kimbrough and Brooks recommended for judgeships in northern and southern districts

1979.2.23

WU4-79

Direct election placed on Senate calendar; Bayh cosponsors Meat Import Act

1979.2.26

12-79

Bayh introduces Judicial Council Amendments and Discipline Act, providing procedures for disciplining cases of judicial misconduct

1979.2.27

L32-79

Bayh meets with Jerry Brown to discuss balanced budgets

1979.3.1

L33-79

Comment period on FAA restrictions extended by 30 days

1979.3.2

WU5-79

Bayh questions Schlesinger on gasohol, meets with Jerry Brown

1979.3.2

13-79

Hearings announced on balanced budget

1979.3.2

L34-79

Bayh introduces legislation to ensure and enforce provisions of fair housing laws

1979.3.2

L35-79

Bayh in Indianapolis meeting with senior citizens on their problems

1979.3.6

L36-79

Bayh introduces Buy American Act of 1979 to make federal government give preference to domestic products

1979.3.8

14-79

Bayh introduces legislation to help elderly and handicapped gain access to vote

1979.3.8

L37-79

Bayh introduces legislation expanding Indiana Dunes and Lakeshore

1979.3.7

L38-79

Bayh dissatisfaction with HEW failure to allocate $2.2 million for construction of mental health facilities

1979.3.9

WU6-79

Bayh introduces legislation discouraging use of painful trapping devices, expresses concern to Strauss about steel industries

1979.3.9

15-79

Balanced budget hearings announced

1979.3.12

16-79

Bayh opens hearings on the balanced budget, including opening statement

1979.3.9

17-79

Press conference on direct election announced

1979.3.12

19-79

Time change for direct election hearings

1979.3.13

18-79

Press release for press conference on direct election

1979.3.13

L39-79

Federal Highway Administration awards more than $10.8 million to Indiana State Highway Commission

1979.3.14

20-79

Senate debate statement on direct election

1979.3.14

L40-79

Bayh honors Clarence Mitchell with Senate resolution

1979.3.14

L41-79

Bayh speech to American Newspaper Publishers Association about guaranteeing First Amendment rights and Zurcher

1979.3.16

WU7-79

Floor debate on direct election; Bayh introduces legislation removing ceilings from Department of Defense activities; supports Taiwan legislation

1979.3.16

L42-79

Bayh wagers with Pryor over ISU-Arkansas basketball game

1979.3.20

21-79

Hearings announced on fair housing, Harris to testify

1979.3.20

L43-79

Bayh supports cutting federal travel budget by half a billion dollars

1979.3.21

22-79

Bayh opens hearings on fair housing

1979.3.23

L44-79

Department of Interior decides to drop opposition to Clark Maritime Center

1979.3.23

WU8-79

Bayh introduces legislation to preserve soft drink industry; Schlesinger praises gasohol

1979.3.23

L45-79

Alice McKinney appointed to John F. Kennedy Center advisory board

1979.3.27

23-79

Bayh testifies before Judiciary Committee in support of Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday as a national holiday

1979.3.27

L46-79

Bayh urges President Carter to include initiatives to stimulate use of gasohol in his energy recommendations

1979.3.26

24-79

Hearings on direct election announced, Michener scheduled to testify

1979.3.27

25-79

Hearings on rights of the institutionalized announced

1979.3.29

26-79

Hearings on direct election announced

1979.3.29

L47-79

Bayh writes to Iranian Prime Minister Barzagan on effect of recent events on religious minorities living in Iran

1979.3.30

WU9-79

Bayh urges Carter to stimulate gasohol, criticizes Department of Energy for changing base allocation period

1979.3.30

27-79

Bayh joins in urging President Carter to withdraw gasoline rationing plan

1979.3.30

L48-79

Bayh calls HEW decision to seek flexibility on use of nitrites only sensible approach at this time

1979.3.30

L49-79

HUD awardsmore than $150,000 to ten Indian communities

1979.4.2

L50-79

Northeast-Midwest Coalition meeting on multilateral trade agreement announced

1979.4.3

L52-79

President Carter announces support for Zurcher and polygraph legislation

1979.4.3

L51-79

Bayh calls for tightened security and safety measures at nuclear plants

1979.4.4

L53-79

Bayh announces appointment of Jim Barrett

1979.4.4

L54-79

White County and surrounding counties declared disaster areas by Small Business Administration due to flooding from snow

1979.4.6

28-79

Reaction to President Carter’s energy speech

1979.4.6

WU10-79

Marion County bans leghold traps; basketball; National Family Week

1979.4.10

L55-79

Bayh calls on IRS to clarify regulations so gasohol marketers can take advantage of exemption from federal excise tax

1979.4.10

L56-79

Bayh cosponsors legislation to cut $500 million from federal travel budget

1979.4.11

L57-79

USDA plans to spend $75,000 in Allen County to improve water quality

1979.4.16

L58-79

Mary Ferguson appointed as regional coordinator

1979.4.19

L59-79

Indiana awarded more than $10.5 million in interstate discretionary funds

1979.5.9

L60-79

Bayh votes in favor of gas rationing

1979.5.10

L61-79

Bayh determined to keep EPA from tightening emission standards at coal burning plants

1979.5.14

29-79

Hearings of Subcommittee on the Constitution announced

1979.5.14

L62-79

Bayh tells Indiana service station dealers he is incensed by Justice Department threat of anti-trust investigation of 4-day shutdown

1979.5.14

30-79

Hearings announced on family farm

1979.5.15

31-79

Opening statement at hearings on family farm

1979.5.15

31a-79

Patent hearings announced

1979.5.15

L63-79

Bayh asks Chambers of Commerce to update him on specific problems with Clean Air Act [EPA]

1979.5.14

L64-79

IRS plans to clarify gasohol exemption procedures

1979.5.16

32-79

Patent hearings of Subcommittee on the Constitution open

1979.5.16

L65-79

Three Indiana homebuilders awarded HUD funds for solar heating

1979.5.16

L66-79

Bayh cosponsors bill providing Presidential investigative team with subpoena powers

1979.5.17

33-79

Bayh addresses Children’s Express about juvenile justice

1979.5.18

34-79

Bayh proposes two Amtrak trains be retained on present routes

1979.5.18

WU11-79

Supreme Court decisions of 25 years ago: Brown v. Board of Education; nuclear legislation, Gold Star Wives

1979.5.20

L67-79

HUD conducting high level investigation of Park Chateau West in Indianapolis

1979.5.21

L68-79

Bayh introduces bill to streamline federal regulations relating to distillation of alcohol fuels

1979.5.22

L69-79

Bayh urges President Carter to approve 3-year extension of import restraints on specialty steel products

1979.5.22

35-79

Hearings of Subcommittee on the Constitution on balanced budget amendment

1979.5.22

35-79a

Senate approves three Bayh amendments; National Institute of Justice

1979.5.23

36-79

Opening statement on balanced budget amendment hearings

1979.5.23

L71-79

Wayne Robbins selected by White House to be delegate at Small Business Conference

1979.5.25

L71-79a

Bayh pleased with decision of EPA to continue existing emission standards at coal plants

1979.5.25

WU12-79

Bayh introduces legislation eliminating waiting period for Social Security disability benefits to terminally ill;rights of the institutionalized

1979.5.31

L72-79

Bayh addresses Career Criminal Technical Assistance Conference, Louisville

1979.5.25

L73-79

Farmers Home Administration guarantees $8 million loan for development of Indiana historical park near Lebanon

1979.5.28

L74-79

Bayh gives Memorial Day speech in Fort Wayne

1979.5.29

L75-79

Press conference in Evansville on Clean Air Act issues

1979.5.30

L76-79

Bayh tours Peabody Mine in Indiana, talks about coal issues

1979.5.31

L77-79

Bayh talks to South Bend League of Women Voters about energy problems

19779.6.1

L78-79

Bayh charges Department of Energy regarding adequate diesel fuel to farmers

1979.6.4

L79-79

Bayh opens hearings on bottling legislation

1979.6.4

37-79

Bayh warns major oil companies are standing in the way of marketing gasohol

1979.6.5

38-79

Bayh to hold hearings on bill to streamline government patent licensing procedures

1979.6.5

39-79

Bayh urges Senate not to weaken restrictions on Alaskan oil exports

1979.6.5

L80-79

Senate approves Bayh’s amendment exempting gasohol from emergency conservation plans

1979.6.6

L81-79

Bayh says taxpayers are being “ripped off” because federal government can’t collect on debts it is owed

1979.6.6

40-79

Bayh applauds President Carter’s choices for seven public members of National Alcohol Fuels Commission

1979.6.7

41-79

Bayh urges end to inequities borne by smaller businesses in anti-trust suits

1979.6.2

L82-79

President Carter announces appoints to Alcohol Fuels Commission

1979.6.12

L83-79

Funding for Alcohol Fuels Commission approved by Appropriations Committee

1979.6.13

L84-79

Bayh letter to Department of energy concerning priority designation for coal

1979.6.13

L85-79

Bay statement to National Alcohol Fuels Commission concerning idle distilling capacity

1979.6.13

L86-79

Bayh statement to Judiciary Committee in favor of Speedy Trial Act

1979.6.14

L88-79

Senate approves Bayh proposal of 25% loan guarantees for construction of alcohol fuel plants by small producers

1979.6.15

L89-79

Bayh statement in Fort Wayne concerning President’s decision to phase out import quotas on specialty steel products

1979.6.14

L90-79

Bayh statement ot Textile Works Indiana Legislative Conference against Fair Trade laws

1979.6.15

L91-79

Bayh announces $1 million funds for Center for Mental Health in Anderson

1979.6.15

L92-79

Bayh sends telegram to Brezhnev and Carter supporting release of Anatoly Shcharansky

1979.6.7

41-79

Opening remarks at hearings on Anti-Trust Equal Enforcement Amendment of 1979

1979.6.14

42-79

Bayh announces enthusiasm over constitutional amendment debate to abolish electoral college

1979.6.15

43-79

Bayh announces Northeast-Midwest Coalition hearings

1979.6.15

44-79

Northeast-Midwest hearings on gasoline problem [energy]

1979.6.19

45-79

Hearing statement on Anti-Monopoly Act [energy]

1979.6.20

46-79

Opening statement at Northeast-Midwest Coalition hearings [energy]

1979.6.21

47-79

Statement on murder of ABC correspondent Bill Stewart in Nicaragua

1979.6.21

48-79

Bayh begins debate on direct election of the President

1979.6.21

49-79

Bayh refutes Schlesinger on energy

1979.6.22

50-79

Bayh questions United Nations fiscal policies

1979.6.26

51-79

Bayh and Javits propose independent auditors for the Department of Energy

1979.6.18

L93-79

FHWA awards $2.3 million to Indiana State Highway Commissioin

1979.6.18

L94-79

Senate Appropriations Committee awards $1.7 million to soil erosion prevention lab at Purdue University

1979.6.19

L96-79

Bayh responds to President Carter’s SALT II speech

1979.6.19

L97-79

Passage of Speedy Trial Act

1979.6.21

99-79

Bayh introduces bill designating January 15 as a national holiday honoring Frederick Douglass

1979.6.22

100-79

EDA design for four northeastern Indiana counties

1979.6.22

L100a-79

Conrail expansion of Elkhart train yards

1979.6.25

L101-79

Bayh opposition to foreign investors in American farmland

1979.6.25

L102-79

Swearing in of delegates to National Alcohol Fuels Commission

1979.6.26

L103-79

Bayh supporting break-up of multinational oil companies

1979.6.29

L104-79

Bayh tours Clark Maritime Center, Jeffersonville, July 4

1979.6.26

L105-79

Bayh announces appointment of district coordinators July 4

1979.6.26

L106-79

Bayh announces appointment of district coordinators July 4

1979.6.26

L107-79

Bayh announces appointment of district coordinators July 4

1979.6.30

L108-79

Bayh to speak to American Steel in Merrillville July 4

1979.6.27

52-79

Bayh remarks on swearing in members of National Alcohol Fuels Commission

1979.6.28

53-79

Bayh warns against delays in construction of Alaskan natural gas pipeline

1979.7.3

L109-79

Bayh speech at Elkhart Conrail yards

1979.6.30

L110-79

Bayh July 4 speech at Merrillville, additional interchange on I-65

1979.7.2

L111-79

Bayh remarks at Fort Wayne opening ceremony for senior citizens housing July 4

1979.6.27

L111-79a

Press advisory on July 4 trip

1979.7.3

L112-79

Bayh participation in kick-off of Marion County sheriff’s gasohol study

1979.6.30

L113-79

Bayh testifies before ICC on Valparaiso-Chicago Conrail line July 4

1979.7.2

L114-79

Bayh tours regional office of Veterans Administration in Indianapolis, speaks on veterans pensions

1979.6.27

L115-79

Bayh supports passage of Senate resolution honoring NAACP

19797.10

L116-79

Bayh announces Department of Transportation grant to Purdue, re automotive test center

1979.7.11

L117-79

Bayh, Alcohol Fuels Caucus address President Carter on alcohol blend fuels

1979.7.10

54-79

Senate to vote direct election amendment

1979.7.11

55-79

Bayh expresses disappointment that Department of Energy failed to allow policy options for alcohol fuels to be implemented immediately

1979.7.12

56-79

Bayh asks Senate to removed responsibility for alcohol fuel development from Department of Energy and give responsibility to National Alcohol Fuels Commission

1979.7.12

L119-79

Bayh and Joseph Biden sponsor legislation protecting national security in prosecution of espionage cases

1979.7.13

L118-79

Bayh appeals for party solidarity in 1980 elections

1979.7.3

M

Bayh asks ERA to speed its review of gasoline price rules

1979.7.13

L120-79

Senate accepts Bayh’s amendment increasing mortgage insurance for mobile home parks

1979.7.16

L121-79

Bayh encouraged by President Carter’s speech, urges development of alcohol fuels

1979.7.17

57-79

Bayh announces public meeting of National Alcohol Fuels Commission

1979.7.17

58-79

Senate accepts Bayh’s amendment to Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s authorization bill providing criminal penalties for safety violations at nuclear plants

1979.7.17

L122-79

Hearings on legislation to protect family farms

1979.7.18

M

National Alcohol Fuels Commission adopts work plan to speed alcohol fuels program

1979.7.18

59-79

Bayh calls for increase in funding for juvenile justice program

1979.7.18

L123-79

Bayh introduces bill enabling IRS to refund producers of gasohol

1979.7.18

L124-79

Bayh urges creation of UN investigatory commission to determine status of MIAs

1979.7.20

L125-79

Bayh commemorates 10th anniversary of Apollo 11 moon landing

1979.7.20

L126-79

Bayh announces first public hearing of National Alcohol Fuels Commission for August 6

1979.7.20

L127-79

Bayh learns of new evidence of faulty concrete pouring at Marble Hill nuclear power plant

1979.7.21

L128-79

Bayh joins with Henry Jackson to restrict transfer of critical technologies

1979.7.24

L129-79

Appropriations Committee cuts $684 million from budget, most from revenue-sharing [balancedbudget]

1979.7.25

L130-79

House votes to allow Amtrak to take over Valparaiso-Chicago line from Conrail

1979.7.25

60-79

Bayh urges caution in amending Constitution to require balanced budget

1979.7.26

L131-79

Bayh testifies before House subcommittee urging inclusion of “Greenbelt” area into Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

1979.7.26

L132-79

Bayh writes Governor Otis Bowen offering assistance if disaster results from flooding in southern Indiana

1979.7.27

L133-79

Bayh praises President Carter’s nomination of Gene Brooks for appointment to Federal District Court in Indiana

1979.7.27

L134-79

Bayh sends telegram to President Carter urging him to be prepared for assisting possible Indiana disaster areas

1979.7.27

61-79

Public Service Indiana may have purchased substandard boiler equipment for Marble Hill nuclear power plant

1979.7.28

L135-79

Types of financial assistance to be available to Indiana flood victims

1979.7.29

M

Concerns about SALT II treaty and problem of verifiability

1979.8.3

64-79

Bayh supporting energy Anti-Monopoly Act, warns against dangers of windfall oil profits

1979.7.31

L136-79

Bayh argues for limited extension of navigation season on Upper Great Lakes

1979.7.31

L137-79

Bayh applauds increase in funding for juvenile justice program

1979.7.31

62-79

Judiciary Committee reports out Bayh bill to equalize anti-trust enforcement

1979.8.1

L138-79

Witness list for National Alcohols Fuel Commission hearing in Indianapolis

1979.8.1

L139-79

Bayh urges states to appoint elderly and handicapped to serve on public utilities regulating boards

1979.8.1

L140-79

Senate approves Amtrak authorization bill, Amtrak takeover of Valparaiso-Chicago service

1979.8.2

L141-79

Federal government establishing three disaster assistance centers, manned partly by Bayh staff

1979.8.6

66-79

Bayh predicts that National Alcohol Fuels Commission will be vocal and aggressive

1979.8.6

67-79

Bayh introduces bill to cut delays that patent holders may experience

1979.8.6

L142-79

Bayh urges cooperation between industry and government

1979.8.3

L143-79

Bayh and five others ask Nuclear Regulatory Commission for information on Marble Hill nuclear power plant

1979.8.4

L144-79

Bayh disappointed that Congress recessed without finishing work on crucial energy issues

1979.8.6

L145-79

Schenley Distillers’ spokesman testifies before National Alcohol Fuels Commission

1979.8.13

L146-79

Tom Connaughton appointed Bayh’s administrative assistant

1979.78.13

L147-79

Bayh asks Texaco to provide National Alcohol Fuels Commission with results of gasohol test-marketing program

1979.8.15

L148-79

Bayh testifies before ITC, calls for restraints on ammonia imports from USSR

1979.8.17

L149-79

Department of Energy schedules hearing in Fort Wayne on alleged subsidization of retail service stations

1979.8.21

L150-79

Bayh testimony at Fort Wayne Department of Energy hearings calls attention to anti-competitive nature of oil industry

1979.8.23

L151-79

Bayh questions sale of kerosene to Iran

1979.8.24

L152-79

Kevin Faley appointed chief counsel for Subcommittee on Constitution

1979.8.28

L153-79

Witness list for hearings on Family Farm Anti-Trust Act

1979.9.4

L154-79

At hearings on Family Farm Anti-Trust Act, Bayh expresses fear that large corporations could enslave US if they control production

1979.8.29

L155-79

Bayh testifies that US must restrict imports of ammonia or face consequences

1979.9.5

L157-79

Nuclear Regulatory Commission respond to Senate query, raises questions as to the resumption of construction at Marble Hill power plant

1979.9.6

L158-79

Bayh asks ITC to provide relief for threatened porcelain-covered steel cookware industry

1979.9.10

L159-79

Urban Mass Transit grant to Indiana Commission on Aged and Aging to improve transportation for senior citizens

1979.9.10

L160-79

Bayh urges changes in Strip Mining Act of 1977 to help stop “regulatory overkill”

1979.9.11

L161.79

Bayh names Eve Lubalin Legislative Director

1979.9.14

69-79

Bayh calls for halt in government “subsidized predatory financing” of new steel capacity in developing countries

1979.9.17

L162-79

Bayh speech to OIC in Indianapolis saying oil companies’ of manipulation of heating fuel prices is causing suffering

1979.9.17

L163-79

Bayh says First Amendment not intended to harass and complicate such events as Pope’s mass on the Mall

1979.9.18

L164-79

Bayh seeks to reduce fuel consumption by 50% in rural areas through legislation to promote alternative energy sources

1979.9.19

70-79

Bayh to introduce legislation to protect newsrooms, doctors, and others from unauthorized searches

1979.9.21

M

Bayh letter to firefighters informing them that they may order a publication on arson

1979.9.22

L165-79

EDA grant to Indianapolis to stimulate economic development in inner city

1979.9.21

L166-79

South Shore Railroad to place extra cars on trains to Chicago on day of Pope’s mass there

1979.9.25

L167-79

Bayh and others call upon Interior Secretary to expedite permitting for the Northern Tier Pipeline project

1979.9.25

L168-79

Bayh calls for aid to veterans, says war on inflation should “not be fought on the backs of veterans”

1979.9.26

71-79

Bayh reveals that dozens of corporations have received government payments in connection with farming operations

1979.9.26

L169-79

Bayh votes to cut federal travel budget

1979.9.28

71-79

At National Alcohol Fuels Commission hearing in Arkansas, Bayh stresses abundance of agricultural products that cn be used in gasohol production

1979.10

M

Department of Energy investigates unfair marketing practices, Bayh calls for competition

1979.10

M

Bayh supporting a doctoral of education

1979.10.2

L171-79

Bayh announces Indiana High School Leadership Conference

1979.10.3

L172-79

Coal announced as top priority by Energy Mobilization Board as Bayh-Huddleston amendment

1979.10.4

73-79

Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution considering balanced budget amendments

1979.10.5

L173-79

Bayh joins in sponsoring Small Business Innovation Act

1979.10.6

L176-79

Bayh, Church, and Johnson introduce major gasohol initiative

1979.10.7

L175-79

Bayh stresses international trade in speech to Clothing Workers’ Union

1979.10.8

L177-79

Bayh stresses importance of Lafayette to proposed Amtrak line

1979.10.10

L178-79

Marilyn Herman appointed Deputy Director of National Alcohol Fuels Commission

1979.10.11

L179-79

Bayh stresses that EPA and Department of Energy are to support coal conversion

1979.10.11

L180-79

Bayh favors “mark-u-“ session on proposed balanced budget amendment

1979.10.12

Schedule Indiana trip

1979.10.15

L181-79

Bayh reiterates support for Northern Tier Pipeline; fact sheet, map, and Department of Interior news release included

1979.10.16

L182-79

Senate Energy Committee approves Oct. 6 gasohol initiative

1979.10.17

L183-79

Bayh joins in legislation to keep Chrysler afloat because of impact on industry in Indiana

1979.10.18

L184-79

Pat Harris confirmed as speaker at Teachers’ Conference on Instruction in Evansville

1979.10.19

L183-79

Bayh calls on Senate Democrats to help restore competition in oil industry

1979.10.20

L185-79

Support of relief for General Housewares Corporation of Terre Haute, last American producer of porcelain-stell cookware

1979.10.21

L186-79

Bayh announces that sex-discrimination suit against Uniroyal will soon be settled.

1979.10.22

L187-79

Bayh says urban garbage could solve energy crunch in cities by making alcohol

1979.10.23

L190-79

Bayh secures funding for I-164 super-highway to improve traffic around Ellettsville

1979.10.24

M

Small Business Administration program to extend credit to obtain fuel oil

1979.10.24

L188-79

Bayh urges Indiana to apply early for 1980 federal highway funds

1979.10.24

L189-79

Chrysler Assistance bill introduce in Senate by Bayh and four colleagues; fact sheet included

1979.10.23

L191-79

Releases relating to French Lick airport, Amtrak routing, highway appropriations bill

1979.10.23

L191-79

Releases relating to French Lick airport, Amtrak routing, highway appropriations bill

1979.10.26

L191-79

Releases relating to French Lick airport, Amtrak routing, highway appropriations bill

1979.10.24

L192-79

Senate approves bill allowing continued tolls on Indiana toll roads

1979.10.26

L193-79

Bayh urges Indiana Public Service Commission to hold hearings on procedure for terminating service to delinquent customers

1979.10.26

L194-79

Kent Irwin to serve as Bayh’s Indiana liaison

1979.10.27

L192-79

Bayh to end hearings on monopolistic takeover of family farms

1979.10.27

L196-79

Grant made to establish permanent home for Indiana Repertory Theater

1979.10.28

L195-79

Bayh asks Indiana Democrats to support restoration of competition in oil industry

1979.10.30

74-79

Bayh announces list of witnesses to testify on balanced budget amendment

1979.10.31

L197-79

Bayh asks Rules Committee to approve his bill for accessibility of voting places

1979.11.1

L198-79

Senate approves funding bill for Department of Transportation including 20 Indiana projects

1979.10.23

L199-79

ITC approves request for trade relief for General Housewares Corporation of Terre Haute

1979.11.2

75-79

Judiciary Committee approves Bayh legislation aimed at protecting constitutional rights of the institutionalized

1979.11.2

L207-79

Bayh visits alcohol fuels plant in Decatur, Illinois

1979.10.30

L200-79

Bayh reacts strongly to Public Service Commission’s decision not to hold public hearings on disconnection procedures

1979.11.1

L202-79

Bayh presides over hearings on Constitutional amendment to require a balanced budget

1979.11.8

L203-79

Senate recognizes George Rogers Clark

1979.11.7

L205-79

Bayh displeased that United is cutting service to Fort Wayne

1979.11.7

L206-79

United cuts service to South Bend

1979.11.7

76-79

Bayh calls for creation of an independent Patent and Trademark Office

1979.11.8

L208-79

Congress agrees on a low income heating assistance bill

1979.11.8

L209-79

Senate approves Bayh amendment to “synfuels bill” giving natural gas priority to distilleries

1979.11.9

L210-79

House and Senate conferees agree on Department of Transportation appropriations bill

1979.11.11

L211-79

Bayh statement on Veterans’ Day

1979.11.14

L212-79

Bayh presents testimony stressing that Chrysler bankruptcy would have adverse effects on US economy

1979.10.31

L213-79

Bayh urges highway officials to prepare Indiana’s application for “Safer Off-system Roads” program

1979.11.16

77-79

Bayh urges Secretary Vance to appoint a Vietnam veteran as US Coordinator for Refugee Affairs

1979.11.16

L213-79

Judiciary Committee holds hearings on Bayh bill to give Gold Star Wives a national charter

1979.11.20

L214-79

Bayh praises ARCLO for beginning a gasohol marketing test in the Elkhart-south Bend area

1979.11.20

L215-79

Congress agrees on final funding of Transportation appropriations bill

1979.11.20

L216-79

Funds approved for extension of I-164

1979.11.20

78-79

Judiciary approves Bayh-Dole bill to simplify patent procedures for universities and small businesses

1979.11.21

217-79

Bayh writes President Carter urging approval of trade relief for General Housewares and anhydrous ammonia industry

1979.11.27

L218-79

Bayh testifies before House committee investigating problems at Marble Hill nuclear power plant

1979.11.27

L219-79

Subcommittee approves Bayh billto protect territorial rights of soft-drink bottlers

1979.11.28

L220-79

Senate approves Bayh-sponsored bill to upgrade and rehabilitate the nation’s railroads

1979.11.28

L221-79

Bayh praises Rules Committee for efforts to place busts of prominent black Americans in US Capitol

1979.11.29

79-79

Subcommittee on the Constitution hearings begin on constitutional convention procedures

1979.11.29

L222-79

Bayh calls on all Hoosiers to express solidarity and support of the hostages

1979.11.30

L222-79

Coal Caucus meets, urges greater use of nation’s coal reserves for the steel industry

1979.11.30

80-79

Judiciary holds hearings on bill to provide alternative to litigation in patent validity cases

1979.12.3

L223-79

Bayh asks Census Bureau to conduct special agricultural census to determine corporate involvement in farming

1979.12.4

L224-79

Two members of National Alcohol Fuels Commission report to audience of 800 on activities

1979.12.

M

Newsletter to Terre Haute on alcohol fuels, trade protection, “Spotlight on Terre Haute”

1979.12.5

L225-79

Bayh urges Hoosiers to participate in GAO program to stop federal fraud

1979.12.7

L226-79

Bayh and Marion County Sheriff Wells release results of gasohol test program

1979.12.7

L227-79

Bayh to ride Southshore rail train to Gary, stresses need to upgrade mass transit systems

1979.12.7

L228-79

Bayh visits Elkhart plant and introduces mobil home legislation

1979.12.17

L229-79

Bayh and Indianapolis Mayor Hudnut announce that Indianapolis has been declared eligible for funds under UDAG program

1979.12.11

81-79

Bayh disappointed by Carter decision not to restrain imports of anhydrous ammonia from Soviet Union

1979.12.14

82-79

Bayh introduces legislation designed to balance federal budget without constitutional amendment

1979.12.15

L230-79

Senate approves Bayh-Dole amendment to “Windfall Profits” bill to stimulate development of alcohol fuels

1979.

L231-79

Chrysler charts

1979.12.18

84-79

Bayh to meet with 1000 Chrysler workers in Kokomo

1979.12.19

L232-79

Bayh reacts to final vote on Chrysler package, calls it “the best we could get under the circumstances”

1979.12.

L233-79

Charts on final version of the Chrysler bill

1979.12.21

L233-79

Senate votes to give the Gold Star Wives a national charter

1980 Bayh-Lines

1980.1.21

BL1-80

Impact of grain embargo on Indiana; other nations must join with us to make this effort effective

1980.1.28

BL2-80

Opposition to proposed tax on Social Security benefits

1980.2.11

BL4-80

Need for more protection of First Amendment rights [Stanford Daily]

1980.2.24

BL5-80

Need for strengthening US intelligence operations

1980.3.3

BL6-80

Senate passes Bayh resolution declaring March 7 “Teacher Day”

1980.3.17

BL7-80

Argues against the soundness of a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution

1980.3.24

BL8-80

Increased production of alcohol fuels will have many beneficial side effects on agriculture and food production

1980.3.30

BL9-80

Small Business Information Center, if established, would reduce burden of government paperwork on small businessmen

1980.4.6

BL10-80

Bayh introduces bill to reduce federal budget for furniture buying

1980.4.13

BL11-80

“Friends” are undermining US’s efforts to impose economic sanctions against USSR and Iran

1980 Press Releases (List only - no files of releases)

Key:L = Local Release

NL = Newsletter

M = Mailing

WU = Weekend Update

(Have only items noted with an asterisk)

1980.1.3

L1-80

Hoosiers entitled to federal rent refunds must file soon.

1980.1.7

L2-80

Bayh concerned about effects of Russian grain embargo on Indiana farmers

1980.1.2

L3-80

President Carter reverses decision and places quotas on imports of anhydrous ammonia from Soviet Union

1980.1.8

L4-80

Bayh opposed to Department of Labor’s decision to locate Job Corps center at Donaldson, Indiana.

1980.1.2

L5-80

Carter approves trade protection for General Housewares, Inc. of Terre Haute (porcelain-on-steel cookware)

1980.1.4

1-80

Bayh approves Carter’s decision to delay consideration of SALT II in light of Afghan invasion by USSR

1980.1.8

2-80

Bayh schedules emergency meeting in Indianapolis with farmers who will be affected by grain embargo

1980.1.9

L6-80

Bayh meets with farmers in Indianapolis, gets their views on grain embargo

1980.1.10

L7-80

Bayh puzzled by decision of major oil companies not to allow use of credit cards to purchase gasohol

1980.1.11

L8-80

Bayh pleased with White House endorsement of several key gasohol proposals

1980.1.12

L9-80

Kennedy and two other senators to attend Bayh “Birthday Gala” in Indianapolis

1980.1.15

4-80

Hearings scheduled on independent patent office bill

1980.1.16

L10-80

Bayh stops Department of Labor from building Job Corps Center in Donaldson

1980.1.16

L11-80

Bayh says Huntington that federal government is encroaching on small business

19801.15

L12-80

HEW sends funds to help pay for Indiana’s energy assistance programs such as Project SAFE

1980.1.17

3-80

Bayh applauds Carter’s decision to expedite the Northern Tier pipeline

1980.1.18

L13-80

Bayh joins with NIPSCO to announce coal gasification project

1980.1.21

L14-80

Detroit Diesel Allison (Indianapolis) receives multi-million dollar contract to develop turbine engines for autos

1980.1.24

L15-80

Bayh’s statement before Government Affairs and Judiciary Committees on Independent Patent Office bill

1980.1.25

L16-80

Bayh testifies before Budget Committee on his Spending and Tax Limitation Act

1980.1.24

L17-80

Bayh to introduce legislation to create a grain reserve earmarked for alcohol fuel production

1980.1.26

L18-80

Bayh to attend coal conference in Evansville

1980.1.27

L19-80

Bayh says federal programs to stimulate gasohol production “look good”

1980.1.28

L20-80

Bayh outlines Department of Transportation budget items for ’81 which are Indiana projects

1980.1.28

L21-80

Bayh writes Governor Bowen urging state-federal cooperation in resuming Amtrak’s National Limited

1980.1.28

L22-80

Bayh comments on Carter’s proposed defensebudget for 1981

1980.2.1

L24-80

Bay and Fithian forward petitions to Soviet embassy requesting exit visa for Irina McClellan

1980.1.31

L24-80

Senate approves Bayh amendment which will eliminate disability benefit waiting period for terminally ill

1980. 2.1

L25-80

Bayh pledges renewed effort to assure health of steel industry

1980.2.2

L26-80

Bayh presents idea to establish an Energy Independence Reserve

1980.2.1

L27-80

Bayh optimistic that Indiana coal market will expand over the years, stressing alternative uses of coal

1980 1.31

L28-80

Privacy Protection bill reported from subcommittee; includes backgrounder on bill

1980.2.12

L29-80

Bayh tells General Housewares workers in Terre Haute that US is being invaded by foreign imports

1980.2.11

L29-80

Bayh tells New Castle audience that Japanese automakers should be required to build cars in the US

1980.2.12

L31-80

Bayh reaches agreement with Ford that will stall mobile home regulations proposed by FTC

1980.2.13

L32-80

National Alcohol Fuels Commission throws support behind proposal to exempt gasohol from excise tax

1980.2.8

L33-80

Bill Bradley to be special guest at South Bend fundraising dinner honoring Bayh

1980.2.7

L34-80

Bayh will support deauthorization of Big Blue Reservoir in Hancock and Rush

1980.2.11

L35-80

CIA Director Stansfield Turner to appear at public meeting in Indianapolis to discuss status of US intelligence operations

1980.2.14

L36-80

Bayh visits open house at runaway youth center in South Bend

1980.2.

L37-80

Bayh exploring ways to relieve flooding along lower Patoka River, hopes to get federal funds

1980.2.19

L38-80

Judiciary Committee passes reexamination patent procedures bill

1980.2.20

L39-80

Northeast-Midwest Coalition to sponsor day-long conference on issues for the 1980s

1980.2.20

5-80

29 senators sign letter supporting excise tax exemption for gasohol

1980.2.20

6-80

House-Senate conference passes amendment to exempt gasohol from excise tax

1980.2.24

L40-80

Bayh opposed to taxing Social Security benefits

1980.2.23

L41-80

Bayh sponsors conference for public officials in Indiana

1980.2.25

L41-80

Bayh talks in Monticello about excise tax exemption for gasohol

1980.2.23

L42-80

Bayh says most pressing problem facing blacks in next decade will be inflation and rising cost of energy

1980.2.22

L43-80

Bayh praises elderly and handicapped housing project on campus of St. Mary-of-the-Woods

1980.2.26

8-80

Statement on “The Civil Rights of the Institutionalized”

1980.2.28

9-80

Senate passes Bayh’s bill to protect the rights of individual in institutions

1980.2.28

L44-80

House defeats attempt to kill key gasohol provision in Windfall Profits Tax Bill

1980.2.25

L41-80

Bayh pledges to fight for key gasohol provision in Windfall Profits Tax Bill

1980.3.10

L45-80

Bayh urges President Carter to adopt measures to protect specialty steel jobs in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, and New Castle

1980.3.12

L46-80

Bayh urges Ford Motor Company to build new engine in US rather than in Mexico

1980.3.12

L47-80

Bayh testifies on bill to establish Vietnam Veterans Memorial

1980.3.17

L48-80

Bayh announces result of “Name the Train” contest; winner is “Indiana connection”

1980.3.14

L49-80

Bayh blames federal government for not establishing an effective alcohol fuels policy

1980.3.13

L50-80

Bayh urges action to encourage Japanese automakers to build cars in the US

1980.3.17

L51-80

Notre Dame signs contract with UMTA to build cold-weather transit testing project

1980.3.17

11-80

Bayh schedules news conference on balanced budget amendment

1980.3.14

L52-80

Bayh speaks to Purdue conference about pending patent bills

1980.3.14

L53-80

Bayh opposes Carter’s proposed tax on gas

1980.3.

L54-80

Dr. T. Garrott Benjamin of Indianapolis offers prayer in Capitol at Bayh’s invitation

1980.3.18

L55-80

Bayh sends letter to Muskie and Bellmon urging balancing budget without constitutional amendment

1980.3.18

L56-80

Bayh believes Congress has discipline necessary to balance budget without constitutional amendment

1980.3.18

*11-80

Bayh says American people want balanced budget now, not in the time it takes to pass a balanced budget amendment [includes statement]

1980.3.17

L57-80

Bayh and Brademas praise New Energy Corporation for planning to build new gasohol plant in US

19809.3.19

*L57-80

Bayh asks colleagues to sign letter to Japanese prime minister expressing concern over auto imports

1980.3.19

*12-80

Bayh Says Gasohol Development Will Not Hurt Food Supply

1980.3.19

L58-80

Bayh proposes legislation with goal of reducing juvenile crime

1980.3.21

*L59-80

Bayh Calls for Passage of Spending and Tax Limitation Act

1980.3.24

L60-80

Bayh worries about the effect of high interest rates on farmers

1980.3.24

*L61-80

Bayh asks EPA administrator Douglas Costle for 60-day extension concerning state compliance with Clean Air Act; includes EPA fact sheets [includes letter to Costle]

1980.3.24

*L62-80

Bayh urges Department of Defense to fund a tactical aircraft program for more “Harrier” aircraft

1980.3.25

L63-80

Bayh introduces bill to require 107 utilities to convert to coal

1980.3.25

13-80

Judiciary Committee schedules hearings on freedom of the press legislation

1980.3.26

L64-80

Senate passes patent reexamination bill

1980.3.25

L65-80

Senate passes Muskie-Bayh balanced budget resolution

1980.3.26

*L65-80

Bayh introduces bill to designate the Falls of the Ohio a national monument

1980.3.27

L66-80

Bayh announces Community Block Grants awarded to 27 Indiana communities

1980.3.28

*L67-80

Opening statement before Judiciary Committee on Privacy Protection Act

1980.4.1

L68-80

350 jobs saved at Jefferson Proving Grounds

1980.4.2

14-80

Bayh bill will give President more authority in imposing trade sanctions against such countries as Iran

1980.4.9

15-80

Bayh to introduce legislation to penalize “friendly” nations who are undermining US trade sanctions efforts

1980.4.12

L69-80

Bayh confident Congress will be able to balance budget

1980.4.1

L69-80

Senate passes bill to rename the Evansville federal building after Winfield K. Denton

1980.4.4

L71-80

Bayh schedules public meeting with Ripley County farmer to discuss agricultural problems

1980.4.9

L72-80

EPA grants to Valparaiso and Portage

1980.4.8

L73-80

Bayh predicts balanced budget this year, opposes balanced budget amendment

1980.4.8

L74-80

Bayh announces $13 million UDAG for Indianapolis

1980.4.12

L70-80

Schenley Distillers will start producing alcohol for fuel

1980.4.10

16-80

Bayh writes to Japan’s prime minister requesting help in convincing Japanese automakers to locate plants in U.S.

1980.4.9

L75-80

Bayh requests $37 million for farmers under Emergency Farm Loan Program

1980.4.10

L76-80

Bayh testifies before OSM in Indianapolis that Indiana can handle its own mining regulation

1980.4.14

L77-80

Two Hoosiers scheduled to testify before Transportation Subcommittee on Indiana projects

1980.4.15

17-80

Bayh questions constitutional basis for counting illegal aliens in census

1980.4.15

18-80

Bayh introduces bill giving President more authority in enforcing economic sanctions

1980.4.15

L78-80

Bayh vows to continue to use his influence to protect mobile home industry from red tape

1980.4.18

L79-80

Bayh urges passage of ill to extend federal tort claims to National Guard

1980.4.17

L79-80

Bayh praises two Hoosiers for their testimony before Transportation Subcommittee

1980.4.17

L80-80

Bayh introduces Congressional Oversight Act to “rein in the regulators”

1980.4.17

L81-80

Bayh approves Nissan’s decision to build plant in U.S., urges Indiana as the location

1980.4.19

L82-80

Bayh says high interest rates hurt working men and women

1980.4.21

19-80

Bayh criticizes federal building temperature regulations as not needed in Indiana

1980.4.21

L83-80

Bayh sends letter to president of Nissan Motors urging they build plant in Indiana

1980.4.22

L84-80

Bayh sponsors legislation to donate land for Vietnam Veteran Memorial

1980.4.21

L85-80

Senate subcommittee passes Bayh bill to authorize construction of boat launching facility in Spencer County

1980.4.22

L86-80

Bayh-sponsored bill to help home builders passes Senate

1980.4.23

20-80

Senate passes small business-university patent procedures bill

1980.4.25

21-80

Bayh to address conference in Chicago on alcohol fuels development

1980.4.25

L87-80

Bayh issues statement following aborted rescue attempt

1980.5.1

L88-80

Japanese officials responds to Bayh’s letter requesting help in buffering effects of auto imports

1980.5.2

L89-80

In Chicago speech Bayh argues that gasohol will not compete with food production

1980.5.2

L89-80

Bayh calls oil company profits a slap in the face of consumers

1980.5.5

L90-80

EPA to fund project to test a way of burning high-sulfur coal cleanly and inexpensively

1980.5.6

22-80

Senate approves “rights of the institutionalized” conference report

1980.5.7

L91-80

Bayh calls for FBI investigation of news leaks regarding hostage rescue attempts

1980.5.8

L92-80

Texaco and Shell endorse bill prohibiting discrimination against gasohol distributors

1980.5.7

L93-80

Bayh attempts to cut $200 million from foreign aid budget

1980.5.7

L94-80

Bayh reacts to Nuclear Regulatory Commission decision on Marble Hill

1980.5.9

L96-80

Census Bureau assures Bayh that problems causing a work stoppage in Fort Wayne have been solved

1980.5.11

L97-80

Bayh says news leaks about sensitive issues could be jeopardizing national security

1980.5.12

L98-80

House passes H.R. 10 conference report

1980.5.14

L99-80

Bayh suggest that Indiana could become “Saudi Arabia of coal” by developing export markets for Indiana coal

1980.5.15

L100-80

Bayh announces acquisition of $894,000 block grant forBloomington

1980.5.15

L101-80

Bayh announces plans to inspect rail service for which $13 million was recently appropriated for improvement

1980.5.20

L102-80

Bayh bill to improve juvenile justice system passes

1980.5.21

L103-80

Bayh introduces legislation designed to encourage small business participation in U.S. export trade

1980.5.21

L104-80

Conrail has embarked on phase 2 of its efforts to improve service to Elkhart

1980.5.22

L106-80

Bayh requests that President Carter not attend European Economic Summit to protest its poor handling of Russian economic sanctions by U.S.

1980.5.22

L107-80

Bayh wants Appropriations Committee to approve Fort Wayne’s request to improve its transportation

1980.5.26

L105-80

Bayh encourages peace on earth

1980.5.22

L106-80

Bayh urges President Carter not to go to Economic Summit in Venice

1980.5.22

L107-80

Bayh recommends approval of Fort Wayne Transit request

1980.5.19

L108-80

Bayh stresses that Indianapolis to Chicago Amtrak will not be successful without public support

1980.5.23

L109-80

FmHA loans create 200 new jobs in Salem

1980.5.24

L109-80

Bayh condemns farmland investment scheme by large investment and pension firms

1980.5.26

L110-80

Bayh attempts to overturn Civil Aeronautics Board decision to lift fare regulations

1980.5.29

L111-80

Vernon Jordan, head of National Urban League, is shot in Fort Wayne

1980.5.31

L112-80

Influence of large corporations could be detrimental to family farms

1980.5.30

L113-80

MIT study predicts increased use of coal in coming years

1980.5.30

L114-80

Former Lake County man is astronaut candidate

1980.5.31

L115-80

Senate passes national guard “tort claims” bill

1980.6.2

L116-80

Bayh now opposes construction of I-165 freeway in Indianapolis

1980.6.3

L117-80

Bayh offers his help to Hoosiers affected by severe weather [disaster assistance]

1980.6.6

L119-80

Bayh says greater emphasis must be placed on gasohol development

1980.6.6

L120-80

Bayh lobbies for Japanese auto plant to be built in Indiana

1980.6.6

L121-80

Bayh votes to override Carter veto of anti-oil import bill

1980.6.6

L122-80

Congress extends funding for various Amtrak operations including Indianapolis to Chicago Amtrak train

1980.6.6

L123-80

FmHA declares 7 counties disaster area, qualifies them for emergency aid

1980.6.10

L124-80

Bayh proposes legislation to place “equalization tax’ on Japanese auto imports

1980.6.11

L125-80

Secretary of Energy Charles Duncan tells Bayh he will try to testify at National Alcohol Fuels Commission hearings

1980.6.11

L126-80

FmHA declares 4 more counties to be disaster areas

1980.6.13

L127-80

Agenda for Evansville Coal Export Conference

1980.6.13

L128-80

Bayh expresses disappointment with Clark Maritime court ruling which will stop construction

1980.6.16

L129-80

Senate approves Bayh coal export amendment

1980.6.13

L130-80

List of witnesses testifying before National Alcohol Fuels Commission hearings on fuel development

1980.6.18

L131-80

Senate Appropriations Committee adds funds to help solve Patoka River flooding problems

1980.6.17

L132-80

Senate approves service station gasohol protection bill (Gasohol Competition Act)

1980.6.10

L133-80

Bayh writes letter to Carter recommending he retain color TV import fee on Japanese televisions

1980.6.18

L134-80

BAO report states that a national gasohol program could cut oil imports by 260 million barrels a year

1980.6.19

L135-80

Bayh wants to reduce alcohol imports by placing duty on imported alcohol or removing tax exemption

1980.6.19

24-80

Senate approves Bayh’s bill prohibiting surprise searches of newsrooms by law enforcement officers armed with search warrants

1980.6.19

L136-80

Department of Agriculture will make $12 million additional available to Hoosiers through FmHA

1980.6.24

L137-80

Bayh questions use of air traffic controller equipment (at O’Hare) during transportation hearings

1980.6.25

L138-80

Senate passes “buy American” amendment to assure that American workers are given priority in awarding UMTA contracts

1980.6.26

L139-80

Bayh endorses Democrat tax cut plan

1980.6.23

L139-80

Bayh urges increased compensation for service-connected disability benefits

1980.6.26

L140-80

Senate passes Bayh-Dole bill to place tariff on imported alcohol

1980.6.28

L141-80

Bayh blasts Republican “quick fix” tax proposal

1980.6.27

L141-80

Senate defeats attempt to “gut” Trade Readjustment Assistance Program

1980.7.1

L142-80

Bayh and John Brademas announce block grant program for South Bend

1980.7.4

L143-80

Bayh issues declaration of energy independence

1980.7.7

L144-80

Bayh participates in groundbreaking ceremony for Clark County airport

1980.7.7

L145-80

Bayh allocates $5 million for clean-up of hazardous wastes at Seymour

1980.7.2

L146-80

Funds for TRA program pass along with supplemental appropriations bill

1980.7.9

L147-80

Bayh and John Brademas announce $2 million Department of Energy grant to South Bend’s New Energy Corporation

1980.7.8

L148-80

Bayh and Phil Sharp announce Department of Energy grant to Randolph County firm for gasohol plant

1980.7.9

L149-80

Bayh announces two Department of Energy grants for gasohol projects in Indiana

1980.7.8

L150-80

Bayh testifies before Economic Regulatory Administration on gasohol marketing

1980.7.

L150-80

What Bayh has done for senior citizens

1980.7.10

L151-80

Bayh announces FmHA tornado assistance for Rushville

1980.7.13

L152-80

Bayh announces FAA grant for Hulman Field in Terre Haute

1980.7.13

L153-80

Bayh reconfirms commitment to support VA health care system

1980.7.13

L154-80

Carter signs soft drink bottlers bill into law

1980.7.15

L155-80

Bayh announces Small Business Administration loan declarations for 21 Hoosier counties

1980.7.16

L156-80

UMTA approves funds for Fort Wayne transit expansion plan

1980.7.16

L157-80

Bayh to introduce legislation to pressure Argentina to stop undermining U.S. boycott by selling beef to Soviets

1980.7.17

L158-80

Bayh attends opening of a new veteran outreach center in Indianapolis

1980.7.28

L159-80

Bayh gives good overall marks to biomass report by Office of Technology Assessment

1980.7.24

L160-80

Bayh Goldwater propose legislation to grant citizenship to Soviet defector Belenko

1980.7.26

L161-80

Bayh announces grant for Portland Airport expansion plan

1980.7.25

L162-80

Bayh and others write letter to President Carter suggesting recommendations for national steel policy

1980.7.30

L163-80

Intelligence Committee passes bill to make it a crime to disclose identities of U.S. agents

1980.7.30

L163-80

Judiciary Committee reports out the 1980 Fair Housing Amendments

1980.8.2

L164-80

Senate passes bill to ease the impact of the windfall profits bill on small oil owners

1980.8.1

L165-80

Bayh writes Agriculture Secretary Bergland to stop Department of Agriculture from charging farmers high interest rates for grain storage program

1980.8.7

L166-80

Bayh urges Navy to name a new combat ship the U.S.S. Vincennes

1980.8.7.

L167-80

Bayh to hold public meeting for unemployed auto workers

1980.8.8

L168-80

Bayh promises to keep Beech Grove Amtrak in operation

1980.8.10

L169-80

Senate committee schedules action on Indiana Dunes bill

1980.8.14

L170-80

Bayh announces grant to help construction of Cline Avenue in Gary

1980.8.18

L171-80

Bayh proposes amendment to block the importation of the Soviet “Lada”

1980.8.18

L172-80

Gary receives grant to support the city’s family violence program

1980.8.18

L173-80

Notre Dame receives grant to establish environmental research center

1980.8.18

L174-80

Fulton, Newton, Jasper & Carroll counties eligible for FmHA crop emergency loans

1980.8.18

L175-80

USDA and FDA release report clearing nitrites

1980.8.19

L176-80

Portland receives grant to build new alcohol fuels plant

1980.8.20

L177-80

Bayh testifies on FTC proposed mobile home sales and service rule

1980.8.22

L178-80

Department of Transportation gives final approval to Division Street project in Evansville

1980.8.21

L179-80

Vote on Bayh amendment to block importation of Soviety cars is postponed

1980.8.5

25-80

Senate approves Privacy Protection Bill protecting the freedom of the press

1980.8.26

L180-80

Bayh pressures administration to raise steel tariffs

1980.8.26

L181-80

$1.3 million allotted to clean up of flooded Patoka River

1980.8.26

L182-80

Bayh supports Veteran’s Administration Health Care Amendments

1980.8.27

L183-80

$5 million in grants awarded to Indiana communities

1980.8.29

L184-80

Purdue University awarded $200,000 to develop new solar energy systems for farmers

1980.9.3

L185-80

Bayh praises Department of Energy for its efforts for promoting alcohol fuels

1980.9.3

L186-80

$17 million in loans approved for HUD to benefit the elderly and the handicapped

1980.9.4

L187-80

Comprehensive study on water resources and the disposal of toxic wastes in the Midwest

1980.9.4

L188-80

Bayh blocks import of Soviet-built “Lada” cars

1980.9.4

L189-80

Bayh votes for $1.1 million for the Patent and Trademark Office

1980.9.5

L190-80

Bayh wants to protect family farms from non-agricultural corporations and pension funds

1980.9.5

L191-80

John Brademas and Bayh win approval for new weather radar equipment for South Bend

1980.9.9

26-80

Funding bill for Department of Transportation is nearly $1 billion below the administration’s budget

1980.9.11

L192.80

$1.3 million to stop flooding on Patoka

1980.9.11

L193-80

Committee on Intelligence acts on requests

1980.9.12

L194-80

Cline Avenue highway project receives $20 million

1980.9.13

L195-80

Bayh urges competition in gasoline market in order to cut consumer prices

1980.9.12

L196-80

South Bend man among citizens testifying on gun control

1980.9.15

L197-80

Opening statement by Bayh at gun control hearing

1980.9.15

L198-80

House-Senate Conference Committee approves modified Bayh bill to establish alcohol fuels grain reserve

1980.9.16

L199-80

Senate Anti-Trust and Monopoly Subcommittee approves Bayh-sponsored Small Business Motor Fuel Marketer Preservation Act

1980.9.16

L200-80

Bayh hails approval for Inland Steel formcoke demonstration project

1980.9.17

27-80

Judiciary committee grants American citizenship to Soviet defector Belenko

1980.9.19

L201-80

Bayh warns of foreign steel takeover unless import prices are raised

1980.9.20

L202-80

Bayh asserts his commitment to relieving flooding in the Patoka River region

19890.9.22

L203-80

Groundbreaking for new elderly housing project in New Carlisle

1980.9.22

L204-80

Bayh warns against the “regulators undermining our nation’s productivity”

1980.9.20

L205-80

Senate approves funding language for Evansville Airport expansion

1980.9.23

L205-80

Bayh releases National Alcohol Fuels Commission Report, hundreds of new jobs could be created

1980.9.22

L206-80

Gary receives additional $4.4 Million to help fund $33.7 million sewage treatment project

1980.9.23

L207-80

Bayh visits General Housewares Company in Terre Haute [import relief]

1980.9.25

L208-80

Bayh supports three major television companies in their battle “against unfair imports”

1980.9.25

L209-80

Bayh declares that coal export boom is underway

1980.9.29

L210-80

Government report cites Hoosier alcohol fuels potential; Bayh announces gasohol exposition for Indianapolis

1980.9.30

Bayh charges that opponent Dan Quayle has ignored current plight of steel industry

1980.9.30

L210-80

Bayh urges administration action against unfairly priced steel imports

1980.9.26

L211-80

Bayh announces federal assistance for hard-hit auto cities

1980.9.30

L212-80

Bayh approves President Carter’s steel revitalization plan

1980.10.1

L213-80

Bayh approves House repeal of Hughes-Ryan Amendment, tightening Congressional committee oversight of intelligence

1980.10.1

L214-80

New Amtrak passenger service for Indiana inaugurated

1980.10.1

L215-80

Bayh hails passage of Hostage Relief Act which he cosponsored

1980.10.

L216-80

Bayh urges President Carter to extend steel revitalization plan to include specialty steel

1980.10.3

Railroad safety inspections

1980.10.6

L218-80

Bayh to sponsor day-long alcohol fuels conference

1980.10.8

Bayh criticizes Dan Quayle for supporting deregulation of natural gas

1980.10.9

L220-80

Bayh supports UAW-Ford petition calling for import restraints

1980.10.10

Bayh announces agenda for day-long alcohol fuels conference

1980.10.14

L222-80

Bayh joins in letter to President Carter urging inclusion of specialty steel products in trigger prices

1980.10.28

Senate report cites problems with FAA air traffic control center computers

 

 

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