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Guide to the Al Swift Congressional Papers

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Title Guide to the Al Swift Congressional Papers
Subject Legislators--United States--Washington (State). Election
law. Telecommunication--Law and legislation--United
States. Radioactive
waste disposal--Law and legislation--United States. Water-power--Washington (State). Dams--Elwah
River (Wash.). Environmental
law. Broadcasting--Law and legislation--United States. Washington
(State) Artifacts Moving Images Photographs Sound Recordings Business, Industry, and
Labor Environmental
Conditions Fisheries and
Wildlife Government and
Politics International
Relations Military Native Americans Public Works Public Utilities Science
Description U.S. Congressional Representative Al Swift was active from 1978 to 1994, serving on many committees. The records document important issues of the late 1970's through the mid-1990's including campaign finance reform, uniform poll closing and environmental issues relating to clean air, nuclear waste, the spotted owl, and hydroelectric power. Swift was also considered a legislative expert on telecommunication and broadcasting issues.
Publisher Center for Pacific Northwest
Studies
Date 1885-2003
Type collection
Identifier http://nwda-db.orbiscascade.org/findaid/ark:/80444/xv67051
Language English.
Coverage 1885-2003

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