Wisconsin Session Laws

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Democrat Printing Company, state printer, 1977 - Session laws
 

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Page 2348 - Be It Further Resolved that a duly attested copy of this resolution be immediately transmitted to the Secretary of the Senate of the United States, the Clerk of the House of Representatives of the United States and to each member of the Congress from this state.
Page 2349 - Now, therefore, be it Resolved by the senate, the assembly concurring. That the members of the Legislature of the State of Wisconsin hereby respectfully memorialize the Congress of the United States to speedily enact into law the bill known as
Page 2346 - A bill to permit the board of supervisors in any county having a population of 500,000 or more according to the last federal census...
Page 2345 - ... on the board of supervisors in counties having a population of 500,000 or over.
Page 2347 - ID 1971 he was part of the move to end vhe military draft and establish a volunteer army. He sponsored the Vocational Educational Act of 1968, the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, the Manpower Training Act and the Clean Lakes Act of 1970. He was also at the forefront of reform attempts in the House, calling for televising House proceedings, streamlining the committee system and revising the Congressional Record into a verbatim transcript of representatives
Page 2347 - He also played a major role in the 1965 law which reorganised and modernized legislative staff services. In 1966, at the age of 28, Mr. Steiger was elected to the House of Representatives. He was the youngest Republican to serve in the 90th Congress. Reelected 6 times, Representative Steiger became known for his independent voting record, thus defying attempts at pigeonholing by political observers.
Page 2347 - Steiger, member of the US House of Representatives from the 6th Congressional district since 1966.
Page 2347 - ... servant. His passing constitutes a great loss to the people of his community, his state, and the nation. In recognition of his record of public service and exemplary life, be it Resolved by the assembly, the senate concurring, That the members of the Wisconsin legislature express their sorrow at the dea.h of William A.
Page 2347 - Steiger was an active republican during his college years, becoming national chairman of the College Young Republicans in 1959, a post he held until 1961. He had also served On the governor of Wisconsin's Youth Advisory Board to the Commission on Human Rights. The peopie of the first district of Winnebago County elected Mr.
Page 2347 - Steiger was born on May 15, 1938, in Oshkosh. He graduated from Oshkosh High School and received a bachelor's degree in economics from the university of Wisconsin-Madison in 1960. He was awarded...

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