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77 Ex-Congressmen Have Registered as Lobbyists
Amounts Given By Labor to Candidates and Committees in 1958
Bills Acted On – Agriculture
Bills Acted On – Appropriations
Bills Acted On – Education and Welfare
Bills Acted On – Foreign Policy
Bills Acted On – Labor
Bills Acted On – Military and Veterans
Bills Acted On – Miscellaneous and Administrative
Bills Acted On – Taxes and Economic Policy
Bills Introduced – Labor
Bills Introduced – Military and Veterans
Bills Introduced – Miscellaneous-Administrative
Bills Introduced–Agriculture
Bills Introduced–Appropriations
Bills Introduced–Education and Welfare
Bills Introduced–Foreign Policy
Bills Introduced–Taxes and Economic Policy
Closed and Open Congressional Committee Meetings
Committees Authorized to Spend Almost $9 Million
Congress – 1959
Congress Overrode One of 20 Vetoes in 1959
Congressmen Who Traveled in 1958 and Where They Went
Contempt Citations
CQ Chart of Presidential Convention Information
Did Parties Keep Their 1956 Platform Promises?
Election Year Cut Into Junketing in 1958
House Candidates' Committees
House Reapportionment
House, Senate Candidates Report $3.3 Million Spent in 1958
Lobbies Expect More Action From Congress in 1960
Major Investigations Undertaken By 86Th Congress
Political and Legislative Highlights of 1959
Political Groups Spent $8.7 Million in 1958
Receipts, Spending of House Candidates
Receipts, Spending of Senate Candidates
Senate Payrolls
Senate Rules Change
State Breakdown of $1,000 Donations in 1958
State Legislatures
Strauss Nomination
Votes of Democratic Hopefuls in Senate
Where Labor Money Went in 1958 Campaign