Nicole Rabner - First Lady’s Office - Domestic Policy Council

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Nicole Rabner - First Lady’s Office - Domestic Policy Council



Nicole Rabner served in the Clinton Administration in both the First Lady’s Office and as FLOTUS’ representative in the Domestic Policy Council, 1995-2000. Subjects covered in the collection include adoption, bankruptcy, brain research, breast cancer, budget and appropriations, child care, child development, child welfare, civil rights, domestic violence, education, equal pay, Family and Medical Leave Act, First Ladies’ Conferences, foster care and independence issues, health reform, Medicare, microcredit, race issues, social security, taxes, teen pregnancy, Titles IX, X, and XX, welfare, women’s issues, and youth and children. Records consist of agendas, articles, background files, books, briefing papers, correspondence, decision memos, faxes, informational literature, interviews, legislation, letters, lists, meeting notes, memos, Notices of Proposed Rulemaking, reports, resumes, schedules, speech drafts, speech and press transcripts, Statements of Administration Policy, talking points, trip books, and weekly reports.
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