Lobbying -- Law and legislation -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Nevada branch of a national, nonpartisan lobbying organization working for open and accountable government at all levels. Included are bylaws, minutes, reports, newsletters and clippings, subject files for various issues, Nevada legislation materials from Common Cause (U.S.) and voters' pamphlets.Collection consists of records created and collected by individuals working for Common Cause/Nevada from its initial organization through its years of activity in northern Nevada. The...
Overview This collection consists of materials documenting Janet MacEachern's political, legislative, and volunteer activities. Through organizations she was active with these papers document Nevada's legislative processes and the state's growth and development. Issues covered include reapportionment, nuclear waste sites, tax restructuring, water and land use, health planning, legislative reform, the ERA, and other Nevada political issues between 1965 and 1994
Identifier: AC 0556
Overview John Mark Lilley was born on March 24, 1939, in Converse, Louisiana, the son of a Baptist minister. He graduated from Baylor University in 1964 with bachelor's degrees in music education and church music and a master's degree in music. He then worked at the University of Southern California and entered its doctoral program. He taught at The Claremont Colleges from 1966-1976, completing his Ph.D. in music from USC in 1971. John M. Lilley served as the fourteenth president of the University of...