The pipe-smoking grandmother sent to Congress from New Jersey at the age of sixty-four in 1974 is lovingly portrayed here, with details of her rise to prominence and the events that contributed to her reputation as the qconscience of the Congress.q (Biography)As a result, there was a booming black market in which certificates were sold for $300, 000, 24 making it impossible for independent ... In June of 1977, Fenwick introduced the Motor Carrier Act of 1977, aquot;which will benefit the consuming public as well as all users of motor carrier ... Eventually, her efforts led to the deregulation of the trucking industry. ... income tax bill and aquot;eliminated what the Justice Department called the most glaring example of sex discrimination in the U.S. tax code.
|Publisher||:||Rutgers University Press - 2003|