Title:Ann O’Leary - Domestic Policy Council - Collection Finding Aid
Description:This collection consists of the records of Anne O’Leary from her time in the Domestic Policy Counci from September 1999 to January 2001. This series highlights topics relating to domestic policy issues including: children and media/television violence and ratings; abortion topics that include partial-birth abortion, adoption and the Safe Families Act, and the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1999, specifically the attempt to pass a provision of the bill that would limit the ability of abortion protesters to use the bankruptcy laws to escape court fines imposed after demonstrations at abortion clinics; foster care, poverty, after school care, juvenile justice, medical workforce issues; child care legislative proposals relating to federal funding and tax credits, safety regulations and criminal penalties for negligence, and background materials relating to the affordability, availability, and safety and quality of child care; Hillary Rodham Clinton remarks on child care, Right to Breastfeed Act, child abuse, S.749 ”Early Learning Trust Fund Act”, children’s mental health issues; education, including head start, school violence, class size reeducation, school leadership, and teacher quality; social security, food stamps, White House Council on Youth Violence, White House Conference on Teenagers, White House Conference on School Safety, and the Tenth Conference of the Spouses of Heads of State and Government of the Americas in Lima, Peru. The records include reports, handwritten notes, memoranda, draft legislation, articles, faxes, agendas, schedules of the First Lady and events, publications, maps, charts, graphs, briefing books, and correspondence and email from Congress, women and children’s interest groups, non-profits, and federal agencies including the Department of Labor, Justice, and Education.
Please Note: No items in this collection have yet been scanned nor made available online.