National Review. 5/6/1996, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p10-16. 4p.
UNITED States -- Politics government -- 1993-2001, LAUGHLIN, Greg, ELECTIONS, LEGISLATIVE bills, AFL-CIO, PUBLIC housing, and UNITED States
The article presents news briefs related to social and political developments in the United States. Representative Greg Laughlin, a former Democrat, has lost a primary runoff to Ron Paul in Texas' 14th District. The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations last month approved a special 15-cent-a-month assessment on its members to help fund a $35-million anti-Republican harassment in the year 1996. It is reported that public-housing residents picketed the Federal Building in Chicago to protest a bill that would charge them $25 a month for their apartments.
National Review. 2/11/1961, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p74-74. 1/2p.
WORLD news briefs, GERO, Erno, POLITICIANS, PUBLIC housing, INCOME, TAXATION, INTERNATIONAL relations, UNITED States. Congress. House. Committee on Un-American Activities, HUNGARY, NEW York (N.Y.), NEW York (State), CONGO (Democratic Republic), BELGIUM, and UNITED States
Presents news related to various issues in the world. Return of Erno Gero, First Secretary of the Hungarian Communist Party, to Hungary from his exile; Statistics on public housing in New York City; Information on increase in per-capita income and tax deductions in the U.S.; Political problems between Congo and Belgium; Support given by college presidents, administrators and professors to the House Committee on Un-American Activities in the U.S.