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Statutes at Large. 96th Congress, 2nd Session. Public Law 96-221 (H.R. 4986). Monday, March 31, 1980.
... 94 STAT. 132 PUBLIC LAW 96-221—MAR. 31, 1980 Public Law 96-221 96th Congress Mar. 31, 1980 [H.R. 4986] Depository Institutions Deregulation and Monetary Control Act of 1980. 12 u s e 226 note. Monetary Control Act of 1980. 12 u s e 226 note. Reports of assets and liabilities. 12 u s e 461. 12 u s e 1422. An Act To facilitate the implementation o... More Information
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Government Accountability Office Reports and Comptroller General Decisions. Chapter Report. Monday, May 2, 1994.
...Although the White House had the authority to fire several employees in its press travel office in 1993, the White House should have made the effort to insulate its management decisions from influence from persons with a personal interest in travel office operations. Catherine Cornelius, Harry Thomason, and Darnell Martens, all of whom had potential personal or business interests in the Travel Office operations, created the momentum to examine the Travel Office by raising allegations about improper management to White House officials and participating in activities that appeared to anticipate the firings. Although Mr. Thomason and Mr. Martens had passes that gave them unrestricted access to the White House and participated in discussions about the Travel Office, GAO did not conclude that they were "special government employees" subject to conflict of interest laws. GAO does question the practice of granting nongovernment employees uncontrolled access to White House offices without having policies to govern their activities because the appearance of influence and authority that access conveys could lead to inappropriate actions or abuses. This report discusses (1) past operations and oversight of the Travel Office; (2) current Travel Office operations and the extent to which identified problems have been corrected; (3) actions taken in the spring of 1993 that prompted the White House decision to investigate Travel Office operations and fire the employees; (4) actions taken by other agencies during this period, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Internal Revenue Service; and (5) other matters related to the Travel Office situation. More Information
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Statutes at Large. 100th Congress, 1st Session. Public Law 100-17 (H.R. 2). Thursday, April 2, 1987.
... 101 STAT. 132 PUBLIC LAW 100-17—APR. 2, 1987 Public Law 100-17 100th Congress An Act Apr. 2, 1987 [H.R. 2] Surface Transportation and Uniform Relocation Assistance Act of 1987. State and local governments. 23 u s e 101 note. To authorize funds for construction of highways, for highway safety programs, and for mass transportation programs, to... More Information
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Statutes at Large. 93rd Congress, 2nd Session. Public Law 93-274 (S. 2770). Monday, May 6, 1974.
... PUBLIC LAW 93-274-MAY 6, 1974 [88 STAT. 5 u s e 8345 note. Effective date. 5 u s e 8345 note. Member, or annuitant, which is based on a separation occurring prior to October 20, 1969, shall be increased by $132. (c) The monthly rate of an annuity resulting from an increase under this section shall be considered as the monthly rate of annuity... More Information
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United States Courts Opinions. United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. OPINION (31 pgs) for the Court filed by Judge Williams. [94-1035, 95-1337, 99-1503, 99-1504, 99-1522, 99-1541, 99-1542, 00-1086]. Friday, March 2, 2001.
... > United States Court of Appeals FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT Argued October 17, 2000 Decided March 2, 2001 No. 94-1035 Time Warner Entertainment Co., L.P. Petitioner v. Federal Communications Commission and United States of America, Respondents BellSouth Corporation, et al., Intervenors Consolidated with 95-1337, 99-1503, 99-1504, 99... More Information
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United States Courts Opinions. United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. OPINION ( 46 pgs ) for the Court filed by Judge Rogers, CONCURRING IN PART & DISSENTING IN PART OPINION ( 11 pgs ) filed by Judge Tatel. [94-1558, 94-1559, 94-1560, 94-1561, 94-1564, 94-1566, 94-1567, 94-1568, 94-1569]. Friday, July 12, 1996.
... > United States Court of Appeals FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT Argued December 5, 1995 Decided July 12, 1996 No. 94-1558 ENGINE MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION, ON BEHALF OF CERTAIN OF ITS MEMBERS, PETITIONER v. U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY AND CAROL M. BROWNER, ADMINISTRATOR, U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, RESPONDENTS HERTZ... More Information
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United States Courts Opinions. United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. [910171] Terminated on the Merits after Oral Hearing; Affirmed; Written, Signed, Published. Ebel, authoring judge; McKay; Cook. [94-1351, 95-1034]. Thursday, January 4, 1996.
... Patrick Fisher Clerk UNITED STATES COURT OP APPEALS Office of the Clerk Byron White United states courthouse 1823 stout street Denver, co 80257 January 11, 1996 Elisabeth A. Shumaker Chief Deputy Clerk TO: ALL RECIPIENTS OF THE CAPTIONED OPINION RE: 94-1351, 95-1034, Ellis v. United Airlines, Inc. Filed January 4, 1996 by Judge Ebel Please be... More Information
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United States Courts Opinions. United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. OPINION ( 68 pgs ) for the Court filed by Judge Ginsburg, Randolph, Tatel. [93-1700, 94-1462, 94-1467, 94-1468, 94-1470, 94-1472, 94-1474, 94-5249]. Tuesday, July 16, 1996.
... > United States Court of Appeals FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT Argued February 20, 1996 Decided July 16, 1996 No. 93-1700 KENNECOTT UTAH COPPER CORPORATION, PETITIONER v. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, RESPONDENT AMERICAN IRON AND STEEL INSTITUTE, INTERVENOR ————- Consolidated with 94-1462, 94-1467, 94-1468, 94-1470, 94-1472, 9... More Information
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United States Courts Opinions. United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. OPINION ( 68 pgs ) for the Court filed by Judge Ginsburg, Randolph, Tatel. [93-1700, 94-1462, 94-1467, 94-1468, 94-1470, 94-1472, 94-1474, 94-5249]. Tuesday, July 16, 1996.
... > United States Court of Appeals FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT Argued February 20, 1996 Decided July 16, 1996 No. 93-1700 KENNECOTT UTAH COPPER CORPORATION, PETITIONER v. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, RESPONDENT AMERICAN IRON AND STEEL INSTITUTE, INTERVENOR ————- Consolidated with 94-1462, 94-1467, 94-1468, 94-1470, 94-1472, 9... More Information
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United States Courts Opinions. United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. OPINION ( 68 pgs ) for the Court filed by Judge Ginsburg, Randolph, Tatel. [93-1700, 94-1462, 94-1467, 94-1468, 94-1470, 94-1472, 94-1474, 94-5249]. Tuesday, July 16, 1996.
... > United States Court of Appeals FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUIT Argued February 20, 1996 Decided July 16, 1996 No. 93-1700 KENNECOTT UTAH COPPER CORPORATION, PETITIONER v. UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, RESPONDENT AMERICAN IRON AND STEEL INSTITUTE, INTERVENOR ————- Consolidated with 94-1462, 94-1467, 94-1468, 94-1470, 94-1472, 9... More Information

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