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$20.4 Million Allotted for Investigations
1965 Lobby Spending was Highest in 14 Years
1966 Civil Rights Act dies in Senate
1966 Presidential Nominations
331 New Lobbyist Registrations Filed in 1966
Administrative Procedures
Boosters Club Accused of Accepting ‘Tainted’ Money
Changes made in Campaign Finance Laws
Claims Procedures
Congress Reforms Federal Bail Procedures
Control of Firearms
Controversies Surround Rep. Adam Clayton Powell
CQ's Johnson Boxscore for 1966
D.C. Crime Bill Vetoed by President
D.C. Home Rule
D.C. Visitors Center
Desegregation Rules
Electoral Reform
Equal Employment
Federal Employees Get 2.9% Pay Increase
Federal Judgeships
Federal Paperwork
Finance Committee Staff
Freedom of Information Bill Enacted
Further Steps Taken on Anticrime Legislation
Hatch Act Review
Hearings in Otepka Case
House Ethics Committee
House Rules
House Terms of Four Years Debated
Message to Congress: Johnson on Consumer Interests
Message to Congress: Johnson on Crime and Law Enforcement
Message to Congress: Johnson Proposes Broad Civil Rights Law
Message to Congress: Johnson Proposes Four-Year Terms, Electoral College Reform
Nearly Half of Congress Takes U.S.-Paid Trips
Obscenity Bills
Parcel Post Revisions
Political Groups Report $10,893,450 Spending in 1965
Postal Savings System
President Johnson's Major Appointments of 1966
President Proposes Election Reform Bill, Requires Full Disclosure of Contributions and Income
President Requests Increased Benefits for Federal Employees
President's Club Comes under Sharp GOP Criticism
Pressure Groups Regard 1966 As Good Legislative Year
Registrations by Lobbyists
Reorganization of Congress Proposed
Reorganization Plans
Senate fails to Amend School Prayer Ruling
Senate Favors Suits on Church-State Issue
Senate lets Reapportionment Ruling Stand
State of the Union: Johnson Reaffirms Commitments in Viet Nam
U.S. Expositions
Uniform Observance of Daylight Saving Time
Veto Message:Johnson Vetoes Seven Bills in 1966
Vice Presidents House
White House Conference on Civil Rights