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Report to accompany S 8250. Calendar No.967; 64th Congress 2nd Session
Letter from Carl Hayden to W. W. Bass informing him that his contribution for maintaining the roads at the Grand Canyon has been reduced to $50 per year. Hayden also notes that no further action on national park status will be taken until December 1917 during the regular session of congress.
Letter from attorney Thomas J. Croff to Carl Hayden informing him of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe railroad company's ownership of land inside the proposed national park boundaries.
Letter from Carl Hayden to C. T. Woolfolk thanking him for his support on the proposed bill. Hayden writes that the bill will not be introduced into the current session of Congress as any new legislation would be impossible to pass, but he is optimistic over the bill's future.
Wassaja Newsletter volume 3, number 9, published in Chicago, Illinois
Pre-recorded Friday Edition. Panelists discuss the U.S. Senate race, a poll showing DeConcini falling behind DeGreen, Evan Mecham's intention to vote against Prop. 106, and a lie detector test in the District 4 county supervisor's race. Panelists include Jana Bommersbach, Associate Editor, New Times; Jack Lavelle, Legislative Reporter, Phoenix Gazette; Don Harris, Political and Labor Writer, Arizona Republic.
Friday Edition. Panelists discuss English language learner case fine forgiveness, issues in the U.S. Senate race between Jon Kyl and Jim Pederson, and Phoenix mayor Phil Gordon's opposition to the Protect Marriage Arizona Initiative. Panelists include Paul Davenport, Associated Press; Paul Giblin, East Valley Tribune; Mike Sunnucks, Business Journal.
Friday Edition. Panelists discuss the U.S. Senate race between Republican incumbent Jon Kyl and Democratic challenger Jim Pederson, an Arizona Supreme Court ruling on the ballot status of the Protect Marriage Arizona initiative, and the failure rates of the No Child Left Behind test. Panelists include Robbie Sherwood, Arizona Republic; Howard Fischer, Capital Media Services; Dennis Welch, East Valley Tribune.
Friday Edition. Panelists discuss the upcoming election, political candidates, and the recent immigration rally. Panelists include Chip Scutari, Arizona Republic; Mike Sunnucks, Business Journal; Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services.
Friday Edition. Panelists discuss the U.S. Senate race (issues of amnesty and immigration between incumbent Jon Kyl and challenger Jim Pederson), a Clean Election discussion, and the 60-day extension to a Maricopa Judge determining the constitutionality of Arizona's legislative districts. Panelists include Paul Davenport, Associated Press; Robert Robb, Arizona Republic; Robbie Sherwood, Arizona Republic.