Citations with the tag: EX-legislators
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- Big bucks for former members.
Stone, Peter H. // National Journal; 10/12/96, Vol. 28 Issue 41, p2177
Focuses on successful firms managed by former US Congress members in Capitol Hill and K Street. Includes ex-Senator James A. McClure's McClure, Gerard and Neuenschwander Inc.; Former Representative Vin Weber's Clark and Weinstock Inc.; Representative Norman F. Lent's Lent and Scrivner; Senator...
- The fine print.
Applebaum, Michael // Spy Magazine; May/Jun95, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p16
Presents an update on the current occupations of former United States senators and representatives. Includes Sen. Brock Adams; Rep. William Alexander; Rep. William Boner; Rep. Jack Buechner; Rep. James McClure Clark; Rep. Robert Garcia; Rep. Bill Gradison; Rep. Carroll Hunnard; Sen. Paul...
- A Postwar Who's Who.
Freedberg Jr., Sydney J.; Hegland, Corine; Maggs, John // Government Executive; May2003, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p75
As U.S. soldiers and Marines moved into Iraq in March 2003, a second wave mustered in Kuwait City.The small cadre of 50-year-old ex-generals and diplomats, organized into the Office of Reconstruction and Humanitarian Assistance, was created to form the nucleus of an interim government for...
- La Dolce Alfonse!
Senior, Jennifer // New York; 08/23/99, Vol. 32 Issue 32, p22
Profiles former United States Senator Alfonse D'Amato. What kept him busy since he ceased to become a senator; Women he has been linked to; How he felt about losing in the senatorial elections.
- After campaigns, employers should seek out politicos.
Hetrick // Indianapolis Business Journal; 11/29/99, Vol. 20 Issue 37, p12
Recommends that Indianapolis, Indiana employers consider hiring politicos and other government officials. City's unemployment rate and shortage of skilled workers; Stereotypes about politicos; Description of what former Indiana political appointees learned in government and how they are...
- Mr. Lind's Answer?
Hetrick // America; 1/16/1915, Vol. 12 Issue 14, p342
The article criticizes former Minnesota Governor John Lind that his answer to controversies surrounding him is just a profound silence. It speculates that maybe he is following the trail of what is described as a dreadful Bull that has broken through the bars, too distracted and breathless and...
- MASSA AND THE MEDIA: A HEAD-ON COLLISION.
Overmyer, Ove // Empty Closet; Apr2010, Issue 433, p6B
The author criticizes the television appearances of former New York Democratic Representative Eric Massa, in an attempt to regain public trust after one of his male aides complained of sexual harassment.
- Black lawmaker lives on in portrait.
Swift, Jennifer // Hill; 2/23/2010, Vol. 17 Issue 17, p35
The article highlights the portrait of former African American Senator Blanche Kelso Bruce at the Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.
- Changing of the guard.
Smith, Eric L. // Black Enterprise; Jan1999, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p17
Highlights former United States Senator Carol Moseley-Braun's career prospects after her defeat in the senatorial elections in 1992. Issues that challenged her popularity in the political arena; Legislation authored; Prospect of a teaching engagement at the University of Chicago in Illinois.
- Reagan's 'First Friend' Looks Back.
Gizzi, John // Human Events; 04/02/2001, Vol. 57 Issue 13, p16
Profiles Paul Laxalt, former Republican senator in Nevada and associate of United States President Ronald Reagan. Contributions as campaign chairman for the U.S. president; Details on his book `Nevada's Paul Laxalt: A Memoir'; Family life; Experiences as a politician.
- Dewar's L3m starts tongues wagging.
Brown, Tom // New Statesman; 7/9/2001, Vol. 130 Issue 4545, p32
Deals with the issue behind the estate left by late former parliament member Donald Dewar in Scotland. Details on the investments of Dewar on several companies; How Dewar's fortune contrasted with his lifestyle; Information on the controversy behind the financial life of Labour leader Tom McCabe.
- IS A SALES TAX A SOUND METHOD FOR RAISING GOVERNMENT REVENUES? CON.
Sinclair, James H. // Congressional Digest; Nov38, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p287
Focuses on the opposition of a former representative to the sales tax in the U.S. Exemption of the actual necessities of the family from taxation in the raising of revenue; Role of the sales tax in reducing the buying and consuming power of the average citizen; Consideration of the...
- Congress: Training Ground for State's Power Brokers.
Fraser, Ronald // San Diego Business Journal; 10/17/2005, Vol. 26 Issue 42, p55
Comments on the legislators who have become lobbyists in the U.S. Observation that Congress has become a tax-supported finishing school for get-rich-quick lobbyists; Options available for representatives and senators once they are elected; Demand for ex-legislators with the right contacts inside...
- At White House, Flake lauds Bush education plan as Black Caucus waves a red flag.
Edney, Hazel Trice // New York Amsterdam News; 04/19/2001, Vol. 92 Issue 16, p24
Reports that former United States Representative Floyd Flake supports the proposed education budget and policy of U.S. President George W. Bush as of April 19, 2001. Provisions of the proposed education budget and program; Congressional Black Caucus' opposition to the proposed program.
- Bob Garcia: Economic development and Vieques key issues in the 107th Congress.
Garcia, Ivonne // Caribbean Business; 1/11/2001, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p24
Relates the views of Robert Garcia, an ex-legislator on the government of Puerto Rico in the 107th United States Congress. Opinion on the pursuit of former Puerto Rican governor Pedro Rosello for statehood; Assessment of concerns of President George Bush; Views on the military practices in...
- In the Best Interest of the Children.
Gelnaw, Aimee // Lesbian News; Apr2002, Vol. 27 Issue 9, p20
Focuses on the issue of gay adoption in Florida. Statements signed by former legislators admitting their mistake for passing a discriminatory law on gay adoption; Statement of lesbian mother Rosie O'Donnell about the issue; Number of children under the foster care system of the American Civil...
- Roth Defeated In Del. Election.
Gelnaw, Aimee // Financial Planning; Dec2000, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p22
Reports the defeat of Senator William Roth in the 2000 elections in Delaware in favor of state Governor Thomas Carper. Percentage of vote won by Carper; Information on the health of Roth during the campaign; Details on a bill related to 401(k) plans sponsored by Roth.
- GAIL SHIBLEY JOINS PLANNING COMMISSION.
Radosta, Jim; Daly, Meg // Just Out; 2/6/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p13
Reports on the appointment of former state representative Gail Shibley to the Portland Planning Commission announced by mayor Vera Katz in Portland, Oregon.
- TX Shake Up.
Radosta, Jim; Daly, Meg // CableFAX Daily; 11/15/2005, Vol. 16 Issue 222, p2
The article reports on the decision of the Texas Cable & Telecommunications Association to render the service of former legislator Todd Baxter for its bidding. He will replace Kathy Grant as vice president of government relations of the association.
- Foley breaks silence on sex scandal.
Radosta, Jim; Daly, Meg // Gay & Lesbian Times; 11/20/2008, Issue 1091, p18
The article reports on the statement by former Congressman Mark Foley concerning the accusation of having a sexual contact with teens in 2006.
Dixon, Greg; Perry, Stephen // Metro (NZ); Feb2005, Issue 284, p18
The article presents an interview with speaker Jonathan Hunt. After nearly 40 years in Parliament, long-time Labour MP, Hunt leaves the house on March 31, 2005 to become New Zealand's High Commissioner in London. Answering a question on retirement, Hunt said he is about fifth or sixth on the...
- Life after the civil service.
Lee, George // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine; 10/3/94, Vol. 21 Issue 42, p22
Reports that a growing number of laid-off Alberta bureaucrats are selling their skills to the private sector. How the provincial civil service of Alberta has decreased by 15% since Ralph Klein became premier in December 1992; Comments from former civil servants who have made the switch to the...
- Serving America as Soldier, Senator, Educator.
Selle, Robert R. // World & I; Sep2002, Vol. 17 Issue 9, p54
Features Bob Kerrey, former U.S. Senator and president of New School University, New York City. Family background; His career in military service; Details of his career in restaurant and health club business.
- Former state senator sentenced to 11 years of library work.
Selle, Robert R. // Library Journal; 11/15/1984, Vol. 109 Issue 19, p2108
Reports on the conviction of former state senator Nap Cassibry for breaking law prohibiting public officials from benefitting from laws passed by the governing body in Mississippi.
- Needed: Foot Soldiers for a New Conservative Surge.
Buckley, James L. // Human Events; 10/4/2010, Vol. 66 Issue 34, p19
An excerpt from a speech delivered by former U.S. Senator and Appeals Court Judge James L. Buckley during a gala conference dinner of the Sharon Conference, sponsored by Fund for American Studies and Young America's Foundation, held at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington on September 10, 2010, is...
- CALIFORNIA: Ex-Gov. Wilson in NBA Talks.
Saskal, Rich // Bond Buyer; 11/2/2007, Vol. 362 Issue 32747, p9
The article reports on the role of former state governor Pete Wilson as the representative in the California Exposition and State Fair board in negotiations with the National Basketball Association (NBA) over plans to build a new arena at the Sacramento Kings franchise. Exposition officials said...
- Childers Still Guilty.
Sigo, Shelly // Bond Buyer; 2/9/2006, Vol. 355 Issue 32316, p31
The article reports on the decision of the First District Court of Appeal to uphold the bribery conviction of former Senate President W. D. Childers in Florida. Furthermore, the appeals court emphasized the possibility for Childers to be required to repay the county for the 1 million dollars it...
- The Nation's Healthcare Crisis.
Gingrich, Newt // Policy & Practice (19426828); Sep2006, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p10
This article presents an interview with Newt Gingrich, former speaker of the U.S. House on the issue of the rising health care costs in the country. Gingrich believes the significant role played by technological innovations in lowering health care costs. Electronic health records, electronic...
- SHOULD THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OWN AND OPERATE THE RAILROADS? PRO.
Amlie, Thomas R. // Congressional Digest; Aug/Sep39, Vol. 18 Issue 8/9, p212
Presents a transcript of the speech delivered by Thomas Amlie, former Progressive Representative in Congress from Wisconsin, at the Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce arguing in favor of government ownership of the U.S. railroads.
- North American roundup.
Amlie, Thomas R. // Engineering & Mining Journal (00958948); Feb99, Vol. 200 Issue 2, p16JJ
Presents a roundup of news related to the mineral industries in North America, current as of February 1999. Includes death of former United States Representative and Senator Albert Arnold Gore Sr.; Decline in the number of accidental deaths at mines in the United States.
- Ex-Senators Join Lobbying Firm.
Garrett, Major // National Journal; 1/15/2011, p15
The article examines varying reactions to former U.S. lawmakers who work for lobbying firms after they end their legislative career. According to the author, a big percentage of the public find this trend contemptible, stating that this might be part of the reason why the public approval rating...
- Stenholm honored by NCC.
Garrett, Major // Southeast Farm Press; 2/16/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p6
Reports on the award presented to former Texas Congressman Charles Stenholm at the 2005 Annual Meeting of the National Cotton Council in Washington. Recognition of his service and leadership to the cotton industry; Advocacy of Stenholm to production agriculture; Contribution of the legislator as...
- Big A joins CA.
Garrett, Major // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009); 07/16/99, Vol. 46 Issue 29, p10A
Reports that former United States Senator Alfonse D'Amato has joined the board of directors of Computer Associates International Inc.
- NEWS in BRIEF: A WASHINGTON ROUNDUP.
Robelen, Erik W.; Sack, Joetta L. // Education Week; 05/09/2001, Vol. 20 Issue 34, p25
Presents news briefs related to education in the United States, as of May 9, 2001. Former United States House education committee chairman Bill Goodling's recruitment by Sagamore Associates as senior adviser; Lindsey Kozberg's appointment as director of the U.S. Department of Education's office...
Robelen, Erik W.; Sack, Joetta L. // Adults Learning; Mar2006, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p5
The article presents an interview with Tony Benn, retired Member of Parliament of the House of Commons. He shares the most important thing he had learned as an adult. He describes the skills he would like to acquire. He discusses the book, film and piece of music he would recommend to someone...
- A bit of Blood and Gore.
Robelen, Erik W.; Sack, Joetta L. // Money Management; 9/8/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 33, p40
Reports on the participation of the former U.S. Vice President Al Gore in the planned national conference of the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia. Reasons behind Gore's involvement in the superannuation conference; Speculations for political issues and controversies to be the...
- And speaking of ethics�.
Robelen, Erik W.; Sack, Joetta L. // Fairfield County Business Journal; 2/11/2008, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p38
The authors reflect on the issue concerning the appointment of former Connecticut Governor John Rowland as economic development coordinator in Waterbury. According to the authors, Rowland was pleaded guilty in one count of conspiracy in December 2004. They denote that taxpayers are upset on the...
- Thompson Snags a K Street Role.
Stone, Peter H. // National Journal; 5/8/2004, Vol. 36 Issue 19, p1428
Reports that Fred Thompson, former U.S. senator has signed on to represent Equitas in a lobbying effort against a provision in a Senate bill about asbestos liabilities. Implication of the bill for Equitas; Concerns of the company over the provision; Prospect of the legislation in 2004.
- Knoxvillian of the year.
Stone, Peter H. // Countdown; Fall94, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p44
States that former Senator Howard Baker, received the `Knoxvillian of the Year' award from the Great Knoxville Chapter of Juvenile Diabetes Foundation (JDF). When and where Baker was awarded; Reason Baker was awarded.
- Starting Over.
Stone, Peter H. // National Journal; 2/26/2000, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p604
Focuses on former Republican legislators in the United States who became lobbyists. Similarities in the job of a lobbyist and a legislator according to Bob Livingston; Some of the corporate clients of Gerald Solomon's lobbying shop; Details on the career of Bill Paxon as a lobbyist in Akin,...
- Former Congressman Heads Financial Services Advocacy Group.
Stone, Peter H. // Financial Planning; Jun2001, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p24
Deals with the appointment of Rick Lazio, former congressman from the 2nd Congressional District of New York as president and chief executive officer of Financial Services Forum. Views of Lazio on his job; Details on the career of Lazio in the United States House of Representatives;...
- Remembering and misremembering Goldwater.
Shearer, Kent // Enterprise/Salt Lake City; 06/08/98, Vol. 27 Issue 50, p19
Focuses on the late Arizona senator Barry Goldwater. Question about how history will describe Goldwater; Goldwater's political career; Persistence of Goldwater misremembrance.
- IDT connects with investors on strength of telecom business.
Walsh, Mark // Crain's New York Business; 05/25/98, Vol. 14 Issue 21, p4
Reports on the success of IDT Corporation after it went public in 1996 and the hiring of former United States congressman and vice presidential candidate, Jack Kemp. Information on the increase of income as posted during the week beginning May 18, 1998; Comments from IDT president, Jim Courter;...
- Q&A with... Gordon Humphrey.
Stone, Tracie // New Hampshire Business Review; 7/8/2005, Vol. 27 Issue 14, p5
Presents an interview with Gordon Humphrey, former Senator and owner of NH Family Radio in Concord, New Hampshire. Involvement of the ex-legislator in radio broadcasting after purchasing the WKXL 1450 AM radio station and transforming it into a community outlet dedicated to serving the community...
- Borst on Board.
Carvlin, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer; 11/10/2004, Vol. 350 Issue 32008, p31
Focuses on former Indiana Senator Larry Borst's plan to join the municipal bond firm Baker & Daniels. Borst's appointment as senior public policy consultant.
- Rell names first state business advocate.
Soule, Alexander // Fairfield County Business Journal; 3/5/2007, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p4
The article reports on the nomination of Rob Simmons, former Congressman from New London County, by Governor M. Jodi Rell to be the first ever business advocate in Connecticut. The state business advocate is in charge in disseminating information on public and private programs in order to assist...
- Dole's got the touch.
Crawford, Craig // National Journal; 7/11/98, Vol. 30 Issue 28, p1645
Details the jokes made by former United States Republican Senator Bob Dole in the television program `The Late Show With David Letterman.' Joke on weather on Washington D.C.; Opinion on President Bill Clinton's visit to China; Views towards Al Gore.
- IS A SALES TAX A SOUND METHOD FOR RAISING GOVERNMENT REVENUES? CON.
Hare, Butler B. // Congressional Digest; Nov38, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p285
Focuses on the opposition of a former representative to the sales tax in the U.S. Similarity of the sales tax provision to a supplemental tariff act; Effect of the proposed sales tax on the price of raw materials; Impression that big manufacturers are in favor of the legislation.
- Cheney rumbles best off in the distance.
Howey, Brian // Indianapolis Business Journal; 7/25/94, Vol. 15 Issue 17, Forefront p9C
Focuses on Dick Cheney, a former congressman from Wyoming, and the United States Secretary of Defense during the Operation Desert Storm. Anecdotes with Cheney's teacher, Miss Johnson; Views on what President Bill Clinton should deal with North Korea; State visits in 1994.
- Leadership by Design.
Howey, Brian // Business NH Magazine; May2005, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p12
Provides information on the book "Leadership by Design: Creating an Architecture of Trust," a book by former United States congressman Richard Swett that describes how architects once played integral roles in creating public policy. Swett's objectives for writing the book, including a call to...