Review of Issues Relating to the Income and Jobs Action Act of 1985: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Employment Opportunities of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, Ninety-ninth Congress, Second Session, Hearing Held in Aliquippa, PA, April 21, 1986

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Page 17 - A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Mr. Chairman, and Members of the Committee...
Page 7 - STATEMENT OF HON. AUSTIN J. MURPHY, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA Mr.
Page 3 - Hawkins. [The prepared statement of Hon. Matthew G. Martinez follows:] PREPARED STATEMENT OF HON. MATTHEW G. MARTINEZ, A REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS FROM THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA...
Page 29 - The moral test of government is how it treats those in the dawn of life — our children; those in the twilight of life — the elderly; and those in the shadows of life — the sick, the needy, and the unemployed.
Page 10 - American unable to work for 22 pay has the right to an adequate standard of living that rises 23 with increases in the wealth and productivity of the society.
Page 2 - HR 1382, and at this time I would like to introduce to you the chairman of the marketing committee of the association, Mr.
Page 19 - Between January 1979 and January 1984, 11.5 million workers lost jobs due to plant closings or relocation, abolition of a position or a shift, or slack work.
Page 22 - In 1984, 35,000 workers received income support payments, 6,538 entered TAA-assisted training, and 3,120 got relocation assistance.
Page 33 - ... the Bureau of Labor Statistics lower standard budget for a family of four.
Page 18 - As a member of the Public Works and Transportation Committee, I want to...

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