June 1978
National Review;6/9/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 23, p690
The article reports on developments concerning legislative bills in the United States. It discusses the proposals made for a National Health Insurance in the country, and the legislative bill aimed at setting aside 102 million acres in Alaska for national parks and wildlife refuges. The article also reports on Senator Patrick Leahy's proposed bill that would bring members of Congress into the Social Security system.


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