Ashley and Bolling Had Historic Connections

May 2013
Moderate Voice;5/31/2013, p2
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The article offers information on U.S. politician Thomas Ashley. It states that former U.S. speaker Tip O'Neill put Ashley in the forefront of an energy policy of then U.S. President Jimmy Carter by making him handle a special 40 member committee to deal with the policy. It mentions that before his involvement with O'Neill, Ashley looked after housing and had a role in authorization of housing programs.


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