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White House
Correspondence with Executive and congressional branches: faxed message from White House comparing President Clinton's budget proposal to Republican congressional proposal, vowing veto, May 19, 1995; Congressional Quarterly list of congressional committees and subcommittees, profiles of new Republican members; letter from Mazur to Labor Secretary Robert Reich, urging continued ban on industrial homework in women's apparel industry, with attached position paper crafted for ILGWU by Shea & Gardner, May 10, 1993; testimony on the World Trade Organization by Dr. Herman Starobin, research director, ILGWU, before the Committee on Ways and Means, U.S. House of Representatives, June 17, 1994; statement by Evelyn Dubrow, vice president and legislative director, ILGWU, before the Subcommittee on Trade, re trade with China, August 4, 1994; letter to Mazur from Pres. Clinton acknowledging attendance at AFL-CIO convention, stating support for longstanding pro-labor legislation, November 22, 1995; letter to Mzur from Harold Ickes, deputy chief of staff, noting support by Clinton for increase in minimum wage, August 28, 1995; letter to Mazur from Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan re health care reform, status of Health Security Act, December 5, 1994; address by Moynihan to Democratic National Convention, with cover letter to Mazur, December 16, 1994; letters to Mazur from Vice President Al Gore (addressed to "UNITED"), Sen. Dick Gephart, Rep. Pat Schroeder (re opposition to Immigration in the National Interest Act: to limit the number of refuges we admit would be a "crime against humanity"), Rep. Charles Rangel (thanking him for campaign contribution), and Rep. Carolyn Maloney (re itinerant Hong Kong tailors using unfair sales tactics); letters to Mazur from Department of Labor re Women in Apprenticeship and Nontraditional Occupations Act, August 4, 1994, and rule change by Office of the American Workplace, December 5, 1995; NYS Department of Labor press release, "State Labor Commissioner Sweeney Urges Cooperation of U.S. Labor Secretary Reich: 'Meet Us Halfway' in fighting garment sweatshops," with attached letter, November 1, 1995; letter to U.S. Trade Representative Mickey Kantor from Authur Andersen & Co. supporting NAFTA, October 9, 1995; invitation to joint symposium by Departments of Labor and State, "Forced Labor: The Growing Tragedy of the Prostitution of Children," September 29, 1995