Michael J. Kopetski papers, 1976-1995  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Kopetski, Michael J., 1949-
Title
Michael J. Kopetski papers
Dates
1976-1995 (inclusive)
(bulk)
Quantity
51 linear feet, (51 boxes)
Collection Number
WUA003
Summary
The Michael J. Kopetski papers consist of papers generated and received by the office of Congressman Michael J. Kopetski during his two terms in the United States House of Representatives representing the Fifth District of the state of Oregon. Additional materials include papers generated and received by the office of Congressman Michael J. Kopetski during his two terms in the Oregon State Legislature.
Repository
Willamette University Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Mark O. Hatfield Library
900 State Street
Salem, OR
97301
Telephone: 503-370-6866
Fax: 503-370-6141
archives@willamette.edu
Access Restrictions

The majority of the collection is open to researchers. There is one restricted file.

Languages
English


Historical NoteReturn to Top

Michael J. Kopetski was born October 27, 1949 in Pendleton, Oregon. He received his bachelor of arts from the American University in Washington D.C. in 1971. In 1978 he received his graduate degree in law from the Northwest School of Law, Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon.

Kopetski began his political career in 1968 when he became the Umatilla County Chair for the Robert F. Kennedy presidential campaign. He was also the Umatilla Youth Chair for the campaign to re-elect U.S. Senator Wayne Morse. Between 1973 and 1974, Kopetski served as an aide to the Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, also known as the "Watergate Committee." He was the Oregon director for U.S. Senator Frank Church's presidential primary race in 1976. In 1980 he was the Oregon director for Ted Kulongoski's campaign for the U.S. Senate. Between 1977 and 1981, Kopetski served as committee administrator for the Oregon Legislative Assemblies House Education Committee (1977) and House Labor Committee (1979, 1981).

Kopetski was elected to the Oregon Legislature in 1984 and again in 1986. He served on the Judiciary Committee his first term and the Ways and Means Committee his second. Kopetski focused his legislative agenda on childcare issues, family and medical leave, minimum wage, mental health and school funding issues.

After a narrow loss to Denny Smith for the United States House of Representatives in 1988, Kopetski ran again in 1990. Defeating Smith by over 20,000 votes, Kopetski was elected as a Democratic representative from Oregon's fifth district. He served two terms and was a member of the Judiciary, Agriculture, Science and Space, and Ways and Means committees. As a representative, Kopetski focused on non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, successfully passing the nuclear testing moratorium legislation. He also created the Bipartisan House Working Group on Mental Health, was an early leader on passage of NAFTA and normal trade relations with China, and is credited with being the prime legislator to create the Opal Creek Wilderness area.

After 1995 Kopetski assisted in creating the Willamette University College of Law's Dispute Resolution Center and developed an international trade consulting business. Kopetski is married to Frances Seymour. They have two children, Matthew and Karolina.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Michael J. Kopetski papers are organized into two groups: A) Oregon State Legislative papers and B) United States Representative papers. The Oregon State Legislative group consists of papers generated and received by Kopetski's office during his two terms representing the Thirty-third District in the Oregon House of Representatives. Materials in this group include campaign files (1984-1986) and documents dealing with legislation Kopetski worked on while in office.

The United States Representative papers group consists of papers generated and received by Kopetski's office during his two terms in the United States House of Representatives representing Oregon's Fifth District.

Present in the second group are the following types of materials: constituent/issue mail; Kopetski's roll call votes and voting records; campaign files for the 1988, 1990 and 1992 congressional elections; press files including copies of press releases and speeches; legislative/committee files including the Agricultural Committee and the Ways and Means Committee; and audio visual material including photographs and audio and video tapes.

During his time in Congress, Kopetski served on the Agricultural Committee and the Ways and Means Committee. He worked on bills dealing with MFN (Most Favored Nation) status for China, nuclear weapons testing, and the Forest and Community Survival Act of 1991. Kopetski was the point person responsible for successfully getting NAFTA through the House of Representatives in 1993. Kopetski also worked closely with Senator Mark O. Hatfield to get the Opal Creek National Reserve legislation through the House in 1993.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Library acts as "fair use" reproduction agent.

For further information, see the section on copyright in the Regulations and Procedures of the Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Michael J. Kopetski papers, Archives and Special Collections, Mark O. Hatfield Library, Willamette University.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Oregon State Legislative papers, 1976-1989Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Series I: Campaign files
Each subseries is organized chronologically.
This series contains materials related to Kopetski's campaigns and is divided into two subseries: A. 1976 - 1984 and B. 1984 - 1988.
1976-1988
Subseries A: Campaign
1976-1984
Box Folder
1 1
Campaign correspondence
1976-1980
1 2
Campaign
1982
1 3
Campaign letters and form letters
1982
1 4
Campaign publications
Contains campaign fliers, pamphlets, news releases, etc.
1982
1 5
Campaign schedules for Michael Kopetski
1982
1 6
Beilke, Joanne
Campaign opponent
1984
1 7
Campaign strategy meetings
1984
1 8
Correspondence
Re: endorsements
1984
1 9
Direct mail
1984
1 10
Election results
1984
1 11
Endorsements
1984
1 12
McFarland, Ruth
1984
1 13
Media, paid, deadlines
Pamphlets, receipts, pamphlets for other candidates.
1984
Subseries B: Campaign
1984-1988
Box Folder
1 14
Canvassing
1986
1 15
Endorsements
1986
1 16
Orcutt, Andy
Campaign opponent.
1986
1 17
Receipts
1986
1 18
Campaign
Voter demographics and pamphlets.
1987
1 19
Endorsements
1988
object
50 1
Campaign materials
Binder of campaign materials.
1984
Series II: Legislative records
This series contains material generated by Kopetski's office during his time as the representative of Oregon's Thirty-third District, which covered portions of Marion and Polk counties. Legislative activity represented includes Kopetski's work on child care legislation and the Confined Animal Feeding Operation.
1986-1989
Box Folder
1 20
Information on education/tuition in Oregon
1987
1 21
H2700 information–"The Toilet Bill" – Oregon
1987
1 22
Part 1, Child care legislation – Oregon
1989
1 23
Part 2, Child care legislation – Oregon
1989
1 24
H3445 CAFO (Confined Animal Feeding Operation – Oregon)
1989
1 25
Congressional Voting Record
1986

United States Representative papers, 1977-1995Return to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Series I: Campaign files
Each subseries is arranged in original and/or chronological order.
This series is organized in two subseries: A. 1988 and 1990 campaigns and B. 1992 campaign. Subseries A documents Kopetski's two campaigns against incumbent Republican Denny Smith. There are numerous letters received from potential voters. These letters were often a response to a fundraising letter sent by the Kopetski campaign and represent a wide variety of opinions on the campaign, local and national issues. Subseries B covers Kopetski's 1992 campaign in which he won the primary and was reelected by a wide margin.
1977-1992
Subseries A: 1988 and 1990 campaigns
1977-1990
Box Folder
1 26
Denny Smith file
1981-1988
1 27
Denny Smith ratings
1981-1987
2 1
Denny Smith ratings
1981-1990
2 2
Denny Smith's voting record, Smith releases
1981-1990
2 3
Denny Smith media releases
1982-1990
2 4
Friends of Denny Smith materials (FODS)
1982-1990
2 5
Miscellaneous research re: Denny Smith
1983-1990
2 6
Denny Smith's Congressional Franking
1980-1990
2 7
Denny Smith's Congressional Mailings
This file contains two folders labeled A) Denny Smith and B) Smith/Republicans.
1980-1990
2 8
Denny Smith's ratings
1980-1990
2 9
Denny Smith's voting record
1980-1990
2 10
Denny Smith's voting record, releases
1980-1990
2 11
Correspondence between Michael J. Kopetski and Denny Smith
1987-1990
2 12
Denny Smith's ratings
1988-1990
2 13
Oregonians Against Crime (OAC)
1988
2 14
Denny Smith Speech and FODS Voter Pamphlet Statements
1989
2 15
Denny Smith Veterans Affairs, POW/MIA newsletters
1989
2 16
Press clippings
1989
2 17
Smith attacks on Michael J. Kopetski
1989
2 18
Smith ethics complaint
1989-1990
2 19
Dennis (Smith contributions)
1990
2 20
Denny Smith announcement/Biographical information
1990
2 21
Denny Smith, DCCC (Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee) research
1990
2 22
Denny Smith miscellaneous letters
1990
2 23
Denny Smith report cards
1990
2 24
Denny Smith - Savings and Loan
1990
2 25
Denny Smith Voter Pamphlet
1990
2 26
Information on Denny Smith, M. Kopetski Debates
1990
2 27
Smith attacks - Ammo
1990
2 28
Smith – office staff, ethics
1990
2 29
Smith – Savings and Loan, what he did
1990
2 30
Smith – tactics, strategy
1990
2 31
Savings and Loan
1990
2 32
T.V. – Denny Smith
1990
2 33
Denny Smith on Michael J. Kopetski (questions from Smith for Kopetski for debate)
1990
2 34
Denny Smith research: Anti-Michael J. Kopetski
1990
2 35
Denny Smith vs. Michael J. Kopetski
1990
2 36
Denny Smith vs. rest of Oregon/Denny Smith rates
1990
3 1
News releases
1987-1988
3 2
Pamphlets
1987-1990
3 3
Biographical information
1989
3 4
1988 campaign/FEC (Federal Election Committee) information, Part 1
1988
3 5
1988 campaign/FEC (Federal Election Committee) information, Part 2
1988
3 6
Campaign pamphlets, contact sheets of Michael Kopetski
1988
3 7
Campaign plans
Voter statistics and campaign survey.
1988
3 8
Campaign plans
Campaign brochure information and field plan.
1988
3 9
Campaign planning retreat information
1988
3 10
Campaign Schedule
1988 July 10 - September 30
3 11
Campaign Schedule
1988 October 1 - November 22
3 12
Debates
1988
3 13
Debate script
1988
3 14
Disbursement
1988 February - April
3 15
Disbursement
1988 February - April
3 16
Disbursement
1988 February - April
3 17
Disbursement
July 1988 disbursement is for Primary funds.
1988 May - July
3 18
Disbursement
July 1988 disbursement is for Primary funds.
1988 May - July
3 19
Disbursement
July 1988 disbursement is for Primary funds.
1988 May - July
3 20
General disbursement (sampled)
1988 July - September
3 21
General disbursement (sampled)
1988 July - September
3 22
General disbursement (sampled)
1988 July - September
3 23
Disbursement (sampled)
1988 October 20 - November 22
3 24
General Disbursement
1988 November 22 onward
3 25
Donations/Personal letters
Contains a number of long, handwritten letters, some vitriolic in their comments against Michael Kopetski, some sharing their frustrations about money, taxes, etc.
1988
4 1
Election results
1988
4 2
Endorsements
1988
4 3
Notes and correspondence
Letters received with donations from various organizations, groups and individuals.
1988
4 4
PAC checks received
1989-1990
4 5
Peace PAC questionnaires
1988-1990
4 6
Petty cash (sampled)
1988 July - September
4 7
Petty cash (sampled)
1988 July - September
4 8
Paid bills
1988 October
4 9
Press releases
1988 September - 1990 June
4 10
Revenue projections
1988
4 11
Returned corporate contributions (sampled)
1988
4 12
Recount disbursements (sampled)
1988
4 13
Recount disbursements (sampled)
1988
4 14
Recount disbursements (sampled)
1988
4 15
Recount requests
1988
4 16
Schedules
1988
4 17
Targeting information
1988
4 18
Scrapbook clips
1989
4 19
Biography - Michael J. Kopetski
1990
4 20
Campaign plans
1990
4 21
Campaign daily schedule
1990
4 22
Campaign daily schedule
1990
4 23
Campaign daily schedule
1990
4 24
Campaign daily schedule
1990
4 25
Campaign daily schedule
1990
4 26
Campaign daily schedule
1990
4 27
Campaign daily schedule
1990
4 28
Congratulations re: 1990 win
1990
4 29
Congratulations re: 1990 win
1990
4 30
Coordinated plans
1990
4 31
Coordinated plans
1990
4 32
Direct mail
1990
5 1
Disbursements (sampled)
1990 July
5 2
Donations/Personal letters
1990
5 3
Donations/Personal letters
1990
5 4
Donations/Personal letters
1990
5 5
Election results
1990
5 6
Endorsements
1990
5 7
Endorsements
1990
5 8
Incoming mail
1990
5 9
Individual and PAC contributions
1990
5 10
Individual and PAC contributions
1990
5 11
Interest group questionnaire
1990
5 12
Iraq ad
1990
5 13
Late 1990 N
Definition of "Near and Dear," taken from campaign information - "a mail/merged personalized letter to a list of past givers."
1990
5 14
Member's letters
Congratulations on 1990 win from members of Congress. Many letters personally signed, often including a personal note. Handwritten note from Al Gore.
1990
5 15
Mike's mail
1990
5 16
Mobley, Al
Xeroxed news clips, pamphlets, etc. on campaign of Al Mobley for 5th district and governor – several hand-written notes.
1990
5 17
Mobley FEC (Federal Election Commission) report
1990
5 18
Negative campaign ads
Denny Smith against Michael Kopetski.
1990
5 19
News clippings copies and news report scripts re: 1990 campaign
1990
5 20
News releases
1990
5 21
PACS
1990 December
5 22
Peace dividend
Letter to IRS re: taxes withheld because of Gulf War.
1990
5 23
Personal notes (with donations)
1990
5 24
Personal notes (with donations)
1990
5 25
Personal notes (with donations)
1990
5 26
Plan
1990
5 27
Polling - Nelson
1990
6 1
Polling results
1990
6 2
Press releases
1990 July - October
6 3
Revenue projections
1990
6 4
Theme and Message (1990 campaign)
1990
6 5
Television contracts
1990
6 6
Television contracts
1990
48 1
Campaign letters and memos
Binder of printed materials, moved to folders. Loose within the binder are a Pendleton High School alumni book, task force report, and a paper written by Kopetski on water use in the Columbia Basin.
1977, 1989-1990
48 2
Campaign letters and memos
Binder of printed materials, moved to folders. Loose within the binder are a Pendleton High School alumni book, task force report, and a paper written by Kopetski on water use in the Columbia Basin.
1977, 1989-1990
48 3
Campaign letters and memos
Binder of printed materials, moved to folders. Loose within the binder are a Pendleton High School alumni book, task force report, and a paper written by Kopetski on water use in the Columbia Basin.
1977, 1989-1990
48 4
Campaign materials
Binder of campaign materials, moved to folders. Includes both Kopetski's campaign for Oregon's 5th district as well as 33rd district. Bumper stickers located in the binder have been moved to 7.48.
1977, 1984-1988
48 5
Campaign materials
Binder of campaign materials, moved to folders. Includes both Kopetski's campaign for Oregon's 5th district as well as 33rd district. Bumper stickers located in the binder have been moved to 7.48.
1977, 1984-1988
49
Campaign printed materials
Binder of printed materials. Includes invitations and correspondence regarding the Kopetski campaign and success.
1990
Subseries B: 1992 campaign
1984-1992
Box Folder
6 7
Action Oregon PAC
1990
6 8
Brochures
Text and mockup for pamphlets.
1991
6 9
Forward Oregon
1991
6 10
Genoa's Action Oregon PAC
1991
6 11
Individual and PAC contributions
1991
6 12
Mailings
1991 October
6 13
Media clips
1991
6 14
OAC (Oregon Citizens Alliance)
1991
6 15
Package #7
A group of contribution letters.
1991
6 16
Redistricting
1991
6 17
Welcome reception
Contains a copy of the oath of office for Members of Congress and a guest list with autographs of Members.
1991 January 3
6 18
Announcement
Contains research, N & D letters and campaign photographs.
1992 February 21 - 22
6 24
Budget and summary report
1992
6 25
Campaign expenses
1992
6 26
Campaign letters
1992
6 27
Campaign plans
1992
6 28
Congratulations on 1992 win
Contains a handwritten note from Oregon Governor Barbara Roberts.
1992
6 29-36
Contributions
1992 April - November
6 37
Contribution letters
1992
6 38
Election 1992
Drafts of letters from Kopetski to returning/new Members.
1992
6 39
Endorsements
1992
6 40
FEC filing
1992 February 2
6 41
Gibson
Dr. Scott Gibson who was Kopetski's opponent in 1992.
1992
6 42
Hunting list
1992
6 43
Individual and PAC contributions
1992
6 44
In kind contributions
1992
6 45
Interest group questionnaire
1992
7 1
Jim Seagraves
Kopetski's opponent in 1992.
1992
7 2
Mike, letters
Mainly contributions from PACS, unions, etc. in 1992.
1992
7 3
NARAL - Oregon
National Abortion Rights Action League
1992
7 4
News releases
1992
7 5
OEA breakfast
Oregon Education Association
1992 February 5
7 6
OEA July Conference
1992 July
7 7
PACS
1992 January - March
7 8
Personal/Special Interest letters
1992
7 9
Randall Franke
Kopetski's opponent in 1992.
1992
7 10
Removed from receiving mail and other changes
1992
7 11
Returns refunds
1992
7 12
Revenue projections
1992
7 13
State of the Union
Hand-written notes by Kopetski re: President Bush's Speech and the Democratic response.
1992 January 28
7 14
Sign-in for 1992 fund raiser
1992
7 15
Talking points
1992
7 16
Temporary file
Daily schedule for January 1992
1992 January
7 17
To Phil, FR, etc.
Call lists, FR - Fund Raising, Phil Rotondi – Administrative Assistant
1992
7 18
To Phil, list, not FR
Memos, letters re: 1992 campaign.
1992
7 19
140 Owens Street (lease, etc.)
New campaign office information
1992 January
7 20
Women's Forum
1992
7 48
Kopetski bumper stickers
Removed from box 48 for preservation purposes.
1984, 1988
6 19
Announcement
1992 February 21 - 22
6 20
Announcement
1992 February 21 - 22
6 21
Announcement
1992 February 21 - 22
6 22
Announcement
1992 February 21 - 22
6 23
Announcement
1992 February 21 - 22
Series II: Constituent service records
Materials in this series are organized in three subseries: A. Congressional Records Statements; B. Library of form replies, known as Text Codes; and C. Photographs. The subseries are organized in either alphabetical or chronological order, whichever is more appropriate, with the exception of Subseries A. The Congressional Records Statements are separated by issue and in alphabetical order.
This series includes photographs of Kopetski with various constituents of Oregon's Fifth District taken during the years 1991-1995. The Fifth District is comprised of Lincoln, Marion, Polk and Tillamook counties as well as part of Benton, Clackamas and Multnomah counties. These photographs are accompanied by the letter sent with them to the constituent. A number of the photographs were taken when the Capital Dome statue, "Liberty," was removed for cleaning. The letters explain that this was a historic event because the statue had never been removed before. A list of those in the photographs is available upon request.
There are also photographs of routine visits made by Kopetski during campaign stops or visits to the Fifth District. The notable exception is a photographic record of Operation Provide Comfort that began in April 1991 to provide humanitarian relief to Kurds displaced by the government of Iraq. This photographic record was presented to Kopetski by the Oregon Army National Guard - 206th Transportation Detachment and 2186th Maintenance Company, who were involved in the operation. Included in the photographs are General Colin Powell and Senator Patrick Leahy.
1991-1995
Subseries A: Congressional Record Statements
1991-1995
Box Folder
7 21
Congressional Records Statements - Budget
1991-1995
7 22
Congressional Records Statements - China, MFN
Most Favored Nation status
1991-1995
7 23
Congressional Records Statements - Death Penalty
1991-1995
7 24
Congressional Records Statements - Mental Health
1991-1995
7 25
Congressional Records Statements - Miscellaneous
Includes statements on Operation Desert Shield, abortion, Factory Trawler Equitable Tax Act, Tribute to Susan Gordon
1991-1995
7 26
Congressional Records Statements - NAFTA
North American Free Trade Agreement
1991-1995
7 27
Congressional Records Statements - Nuclear Weapons
1991-1995
7 28
Congressional Records Statements - Opal Creek
1991-1995
Subseries B: Library of form replies
1991-1995
Box Folder
7 29
Text Codes - AG - Agriculture
1991-1995
7 30
Text Codes - AR – Armed Services
1991-1995
7 31
Text Codes - BF – Banking and Finance
1991-1995
7 32
Text Codes - BU – Budget
1991-1995
7 33
Text Codes - CO – Commerce/Trade
1991-1995
7 34
Text Codes - CU – Arts/Culture
1991-1995
7 35
Text Codes - DC – District of Colombia
1991-1995
7 36
Text Codes - ED – Education
1991-1995
7 37
Text Codes - EN – Energy
1991-1995
7 38
Text Codes - EV – Environment
1991-1995
7 39
Text Codes - FA – Foreign Affairs
1991-1995
7 40
Text Codes - GO – Government
1991-1995
7 41
Text Codes - HE – Health
1991-1995
7 42
Text Codes - HE – Health
1991-1995
7 43
Text Codes - HE – Health
1991-1995
7 44
Text Codes - HO – Housing/Commercial Development
1991-1995
7 45
Text Codes - IN – Interior
1991-1995
7 46
Text Codes - JU – Judiciary
1991-1995
7 47
Text Codes - JU – Judiciary
1991-1995
8 1
Text Codes - LA – Labor
1991-1995
8 2
Text Codes - MI – Multiple Issue
1991-1995
8 3
Text Codes - NA - Native American
1991-1995
8 4
Text Codes - PO – Post Office
1991-1995
8 5
Text Codes - SP – Space/Science/Technology
1991-1995
8 6
Text Codes - SR – Senior Citizens
1991-1995
8 7
Text Codes - TC – Telecommunications
1991-1995
8 8
Text Codes - TR – Transportation
1991-1995
8 9
Text Codes - TX –Taxes
1991-1995
8 10
Text Codes - VA – Veterans
1991-1995
8 11
Text Codes - WE – Welfare
1991-1995
Subseries C: Photographs
1991-1995
Box Folder
8 12
Constituent Photographs – Business groups
1991-1995
8 13
Constituent Photographs – Families
1991-1995
8 14
Constituent Photographs – Families
1991-1995
8 15
Constituent Photographs – Groups
1991-1995
8 16
Constituent Photographs – Individuals
1991-1995
8 17
Constituent Photographs – Miscellaneous
1991-1995
8 18
Constituent Photographs – School Groups
1991-1995
8 19
Photographs – Operation Provide Comfort
1991-1995
Series III: Legislative records
This series is organized into three subseries: A. Committee related files, B. Projects, and C. Reference Works. Materials are arranged alphabetically and/or chronologically, according to original order.
This series consists of legislative materials generated by Kopetski's office during his time as the representative of Oregon's Fifth District. The Fifth District is comprised of Lincoln, Marion, Polk and Tillamook counties as well as part of Benton, Clackamas and Multnomah counties. Kopetski's work on several major pieces of legislation is documented throughout the series. During his first term he was on the Agriculture Committee and worked extensively on the Opal Creek Forest Reserve bill. During his second term, Kopetski served on the Ways and Means Committee and was instrumental in getting the North American Free Trade Act (NAFTA) through the House of Representatives. Kopetski also worked with Mental Health issues and environmental issues such as the Endangered Species Act and the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. Bills that were introduced by Kopetski are identified by his initials, MJK, appearing before the name of the bill.
1991-1995
Subseries A: Committee Related files
1991-1995
Box Folder
9 1
Legislative/Agriculture/Animal Rights/Animal Welfare Act
1991-1995
9 2
Legislative/Agriculture/Animal Rights/Bersoni
1991-1995
9 3
Legislative/Agriculture/Animal Rights/General
1991-1995
9 4
Legislative/Agriculture/Animal Rights/Exhibition Animals Hearing
1991-1995
9 5
Legislative/Agriculture/Animal Rights/Rodeo
1991-1995
9 6
Project/Agriculture/Barley Imports
1991-1995
9 7
Project/Agriculture/Beet Seed
1991-1995
9 8
Legislative/Agriculture/Dairy/1991 Dairy Legislation
1991-1995
9 9
Legislative/Agriculture/Dairy/MJK - Agriculture Committee Milk Bill
1991-1995
9 10
Legislative/Agriculture/Dairy/Bovine Somatotropin
1991-1995
9 11
Legislative/Agriculture/Dairy/MJK - General Dairy Issues
1991-1995
9 12
Legislative/Agriculture/Dairy/Dairy Adjustment Program
1991-1995
10 1
Legislative/Agriculture/Dairy/MJK - General Dairy Issues cont. (OHSU)
Oregon Health & Science University research interests
1991-1995
10 2
Legislative/Agriculture/Dairy/Maternal blood/Pressure Control – (OHSU)
1991-1995
10 3
Legislative/Agriculture/Dairy/National Dairy Board Institute for Nutrition and Cardiovascular Research – (OHSU)
1991-1995
10 4
Legislative/Agriculture/Dairy/Tillamook County Creamery Association
1991-1995
10 5
Legislative/Agriculture/ESA (Endangered Species Act)/General
1991-1995
10 6
Legislative/Agriculture/ESA (Endangered Species Act)/Miscellaneous
1991-1995
10 7
Legislative/Agriculture/ESA (Endangered Species Act)/MJK - Spotted Owl
1991-1995
10 8
Legislative/Agriculture/ESA (Endangered Species Act)/MJK - USFW Critical Habitat
1991-1995
10 9
Legislative/Agriculture/Farm Credit
1991-1995
10 10
Legislative/Agriculture/MJK - FFA (Future Farmers of America) Resolution
1991-1995
10 11
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA (Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act)/Asian Gypsy Moth
1991-1995
10 12
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/Assure Mint
1991-1995
10 13
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/Bravo
1991-1995
10 14
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/Bruce Food Safety Bill
1991-1995
10 15
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/DOA Pesticide Programs
1991-1995
10 16
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/EBDC (Ethylenebis Dithiocarbamate)
1991-1995
10 17
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/Ethyl Parathion
1991-1995
10 18
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/Delaney Clause
1991-1995
11 1
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/General
1991-1995
11 2
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/Goal 1.6
1991-1995
11 3
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/HR 2083
1991-1995
11 4
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/HR 3742
1991-1995
11 5
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/MJK - HR 3850
1991-1995
11 6
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/MJK - Minor Use (Pesticides)
1991-1995
11 7
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/Prowl (Pesticide)
1991-1995
11 8
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/Pesticide Risk Assessment
1991-1995
11 9
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/MJK - Ronilan (1992)
1991-1995
11 10
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/MJK - Ronilan (1993)
1991-1995
11 11
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/Testimony
1991-1995
11 12
Legislative/Agriculture/FIFRA/U.S. Standards
1991-1995
11 13
Legislative/Agriculture/Food Processors
1991-1995
11 14
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/1993 Forest Plan Maps
1991-1995
11 15
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Abiqua Falls
1991-1995
11 16
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/CERT (Community Economic Revitalization Team)
1991-1995
11 17
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Displaced Workers/Economics
1991-1995
11 18
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Displaced Workers/Forestry Economic Transition
1991-1995
11 19
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Displaced Workers/Labor Issues
1991-1995
11 20
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Displaced Workers/Timber Transition Policy
1991-1995
11 21
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Eastside Timber Issues/Auger Creek
1991-1995
11 22
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Eastside Timber Issues/MJK - Forest Health/Salvage (HR 4980)
1991-1995
11 23
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Eastside Timber Issues/MJK - Forest Health/Salvage (HR 4980)
1991-1995
11 24
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Eastside Timber Issues/Old Growth
1991-1995
11 25
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Eastside Timber Issues/Senate Hearing
1991-1995
12 1
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Eastside Timber Issues/Sierras
1991-1995
12 2
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/MJK - Ecosystem Management Study Bill
1991-1995
12 3
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/4(d) rule
1991-1995
12 4
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Forest Community Survival Act of 1991/American Forest Resource Alliance (AFRA)
1991-1995
12 5
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Forest Community Survival Act of 1991/AFRA Economic Analysis
1991-1995
12 6
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Forest Community Survival Act of 1991/Amendments
1991-1995
12 7
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Forest Community Survival Act of 1991/Bornite Project
1991-1995
12 8
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Forest Community Survival Act of 1991/Discharge Sufficiency Language
1991-1995
12 9
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Forest Community Survival Act of 1991/Northwest Delegation Meetings
1991-1995
12 10
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Forest Community Survival Act of 1991/Committee Meetings (outlines and timelines)
1991-1995
12 11
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Forest Community Survival Act of 1991/Old Growth Press Releases
1991-1995
12 12
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Forest Community Survival Act of 1991/Old Growth Side-by-Side Analysis
1991-1995
12 13
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Forest Community Survival Act of 1991/Old Growth Timber Articles
1991-1995
12 14
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Forest Community Survival Act of 1991/Second Growth Forests
1991-1995
12 15
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Forest Community Survival Act of 1991/Section by Section
1991-1995
12 16
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Forest Community Survival Act of 1991/Wilderness Provisions
1991-1995
12 17
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Forestry Forum (1991)
1991-1995
12 18
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/"Gang of Four" Report
Dr. K. Norman Johnson, Oregon State University; Dr. Jerry F. Franklin, University of Washington; Dr. Jack Ward Thomas, USD Forest Service; Dr. John Gordon, Yale University
1991-1995
12 19
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/HR 4063
1991-1995
12 20
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/MJK - HR 4899 (Opal Creek Forest Preserve Act)
1991-1995
12 21
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/High Quality Forestry Act of 1991 (HR 2799)
1991-1995
12 22
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Old Growth Forest Issues
1991-1995
12 23
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/Bornite Information
1991-1995
12 24
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/CBO (Congressional Budget Office) Letters
1991-1995
12 25
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/ MJK - Compromise Amendment
1991-1995
12 26
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/Fall 1993
Photograph of Kopetski, Hatfield and FOOC – Friends of Opal Creek – people on steps of Opal Creek Lodge.
1991-1995
12 27
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/Hearing 10/26/93
1993 October 26
12 28
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/Hearing 5/18/94
1994 May 18
12 29
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/Hearing 8/2/94
1994 August 2
12 30
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/Hearing 10/4/94
Hand written notes of hearing by Kopetski.
1994 October 4
12 31
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/House Floor Vote
1991-1995
13 1
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/MJK - HR 3905 and HR 3083
1991-1995
13 2
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/MJK - HR 4196
1991-1995
13 3
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/Maps (of Opal Creek)
1991-1995
13 4
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/Memos and Letters
Several memos spell out process of 'getting votes for a bill.'
1991-1995
13 5
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/Northwest Forest Plan
1991-1995
13 6
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/Press
1991-1995
13 7
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/P.I.L.T. (Payments In Lieu of Taxes Act) Amendment
1991-1995
13 8
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/Revisions
1991-1995
13 9
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/Section by Section
1991-1995
13 10
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/Senate Action
More detailed memos.
1991-1995
13 11
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek/Subcommittee on Specialty Crops and Natural Resources
1991-1995
13 12
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Opal Creek
Maps and two copies of "Opal Creek Ancient Forest: Scientific and Educational Preserve" from Friends of Opal Creek with photographs by Larry Olson. Larger map in oversize box.
1991-1995
13 13
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Option 9 (1994)
1994
13 14
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Pacific Yew Hearing 3/4/92
1992 March 4
13 15
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Pacific Yew – Taxol
1991-1995
13 16
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Timber Bills 1991/Community Stability Act
1991
14 1
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Timber Bills 1991/MJK - HR 2463
1991
14 2
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Timber Bills 1991/MJK - HR 2807
1991
14 3
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Timber Bills 1991/MJK - HR 3263
1991
14 4
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Timber Bills 1991/HR 3432
1991
14 5
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Timber Bills 1991/Industry Bill
1991
14 6
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Timber Bills 1991/Old Growth Legislation
1991
14 7
Legislative/Agriculture/Forestry/Timber Bills 1991/Side by side
1991
14 8
Legislative/Agriculture/Grass Seed/APHIS Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Letter
1991-1995
14 9
Legislative/Agriculture/Grass Seed/Imports
1991-1995
14 10
Legislative/Agriculture/Grass Seed/Meadowfoam
1991-1995
14 11
Legislative/Agriculture/Grass Seed/Pronamide and Metachlor
1991-1995
14 12
Legislative/Agriculture/Grass Seed/Speeches
1991-1995
14 13
Legislative/Agriculture/Grass Seed/Hops
File contains a hand-written letter from Vice President Gore, in reply to a letter from Kopetski found in Box 42, Folder 20. File also contains memos about the Hops issue in Oregon.
1991-1995
14 14
Legislative/Agriculture/Mid-Willamette and Sauvie Island CRMP (Coordinated Resource Management Plan)
1991-1995
14 15
Legislative/Agriculture/National Board of Fur Farm Organizations
1991-1995
14 16
Legislative/Agriculture/Northwest Fuel Development Project
1991-1995
14 17
Legislative/Agriculture/Nursery Issues
1991-1995
14 18
Legislative/Agriculture/Oregon Tart Cherries
1991-1995
14 19
Legislative/Agriculture/Specialty Crops (Wineries)
1991-1995
14 20
Legislative/Agriculture/Toxins, "Right to Know"
1991-1995
14 21
Legislative/Agriculture/USDA (United States Department of Agriculture)/Reorganization/General
1991-1995
14 22
Legislative/Agriculture/USDA (United States Department of Agriculture)/Reorganization/Small Fruits Center
1991-1995
15 1
Legislative/Appropriations/Agriculture
1991-1995
15 1A
Legislative/Appropriations/Agriculture/Small Fruits
1991-1995
15 2
Legislative/Appropriations/Commerce, Justice, State the Judiciary
1991-1995
15 3
Legislative/Appropriations/Defense
File contains a map of Camp Rilea, Oregon National Guard Training Site and a booklet with the conceptual design for "Oregon Trail on the Umatilla Indiana Reservation Interpretive Institute" (what is now Tamastslikt Cultural Institute).
1991-1995
15 4
Legislative/Appropriations/Energy and Water
1991-1995
15 4A
Legislative/Appropriations/Energy and Water/Testimony before the Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development
1994 March 24
15 4B
Legislative/Appropriations/Energy and Water/Mead Project
1991-1995
15 5
Legislative/Appropriations/Interior
1991-1995
15 5A
Legislative/Appropriations/Interior/Oregon Metals Initiative
File contains a copy of "Our Wagon Train is Lost: The True story of 1,000 pioneers who left the main Oregon Trail in the fall of 1853 to follow a 'short cut' over the desert and into the high Cascades" by Pete Person.
1991-1995
15 6
Legislative/Appropriations/Labor, HHS (Health and Human Services), Education
1991-1995
15 7
Legislative/Appropriations/Miscellaneous
This file includes an informative memo regarding the practice of 'earmarking' or 'pork' in Congress.
1991-1995
15 8
Legislative/Appropriations/Oregon State University
1991-1995
16 1
Legislative/Appropriations/Transportation
Folder includes materials on the Tri-Met Hillsboro Extension and the Salem I-5 Development.
1991-1995
16 2
Legislative/Appropriations/VA (Veterans Administration), HUD (Housing and Urban Development) and Independent Agencies
1991-1995
16 3
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Safety (Ray Kidder)
1991-1995
16 4
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/HASC (House Armed Services Committee) Hearing 3/31/92
1992 March 31
16 5
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Kopetski's 4/92 Test Site Visit
1992 April
16 6
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/MJK - HR 3636
1991-1995
16 6A
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/MJK - HR 3636/Nuclear Test Ban
1991-1995
16 7
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Kopetski Amendment 1993 DOD (Department of Defense) Authorization
1993
16 7.A
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Kopetski Amendment 1993 DOD (Department of Defense) Authorization/Floor
1993
16 8
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/MJK - FY 1993 Energy and Water Appropriations (Hatfield-Mitchell-Exon)
1993
16 9
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Bush Administration
1991-1995
16 10
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Miscellaneous Articles
1991-1995
16 11
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Miscellaneous Testing Information
1991-1995
16 11A
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Miscellaneous Testing Information/The Role of Nuclear Testing in a New Era
1991-1995
17 1
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Chinese Testing
1991-1995
17 2
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/French Testing
1991-1995
17 3
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/British Testing
1991-1995
17 4
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/North Korea
1991-1995
17 5
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/India/Pakistan
1991-1995
17 6
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Russia
1991-1995
17 7
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Miscellaneous Testing
1991-1995
17 8
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/FY 1993 Energy and Water Appropriations "The Law"
1993
17 9
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Stockpile Stewardship
1993
17 10
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/The Labs
1993
18 1
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1993 Testing
1993
18 1A
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1993 Testing/One Kiloton Testing
File also contains copies of H. Con. Res. (House Concurrent Resolution) 235 and H. Con. Res. 37.
1993
18 1B
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1993 Testing/Mini Nukes
1993
18 1C
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1993 Testing/Duetch (John)
1993
18 1D
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1993 Testing/LTBT (Limited Test Ban Treaty Amendment Conference) letter to Clinton
1993
18 1E
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1993 Testing/Mexico
1993
18 1F
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1993 Testing/House Arms Control Observers
1993
18 1G
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1993 Testing/Safeguard C
1993
18 1H
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1993 Testing/Kopetski Letters, Statements
1993
18 1I
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1993 Testing/Miscellaneous Press Stories
1993
18 1J
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1993 Testing/Kopetski Amendment
1993
18 1K
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1993 Testing/Kopetski/Sabo (Martin) Letter
1993 October 15
18 1L
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1993 Testing/Testing
Heavily annotated Wisconsin Law Review article "Parsing Good Faith: Has the United States Violated Article VI of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty?" by David A. Koplow.
1993
18 2
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1994 Testing
1994
18 2A
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1994 Testing/Kopetski Amendment
1994
18 2B
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/1994 Testing/Martin-Bosch (Ambassador Miguel)
1994
18 3
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty
1991-1995
18 3.A
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty/Conference on Disarmament information, miscellaneous articles
1991-1995
18 3.B
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty/Reports from Geneva/Conference on Disarmament
1991-1995
18 4
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
1991-1995
18 5
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Hydronuclear Testing
1991-1995
18 6
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Clinton Administration
1991-1995
18 6A
Legislative/Armed Services/Nuclear Weapons Testing/Clinton Administration/Clinton on testing
(Signed letter from President Clinton.)
1991-1995
19 1
Legislative/Education Labor/Construction Safety, Health and Education Improvement Act of 1991
1991-1995
19 2
Legislative/Education Labor/OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) Reform
1991-1995
19 3
Legislative/Energy Commerce/Health Care/Oregon Medicaid Waiver Program
1991-1995
19 4
Legislative/Energy Commerce/MJK - HR 4518/Federal Trade Commission Order Review Procedure Act
1991-1995
19 5
Legislative/House Administration/Campaign Finance Reform
1991-1995
19 6
Legislative/House Administration/MJK - Campaign Finance Reform
1991-1995
19 7
Legislative/Judiciary/Courts/Ninth Circuit
1991-1995
19 8
Legislative/Judiciary/Crime/Crime Bill
1991-1995
19 9
Legislative/Judiciary/Crime/Death Penalty
1991-1995
19 10
Legislative/Judiciary/Crime/Gun Control
1991-1995
20 1
Legislative/Judiciary/Immigration/Cuban Adjustment Act Repeal
1991-1995
20 2
Legislative/Judiciary/Immigration/TPS (Temporary Protective Status) for Rwandans
1991-1995
20 3
Legislative/Judiciary/Telecommunications/Cable Regulation
1991-1995
20 4
Legislative/Judiciary/Telecommunications/General
1991-1995
20 5
Legislative/Judiciary/Telecommunications/Infrastructure
1991-1995
20 6
Legislative/Judiciary/Telecommunications/Kopetski Reform
1991-1995
20 7
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/National Estuary Program
1991-1995
20 8
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Salmon/BPA (Bonneville Power Administration)
1991-1995
21 1
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Salmon/Emergency Drawdown
1991-1995
21 2
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Salmon/Emergency Relief
1991-1995
21 3
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Salmon/General
1991-1995
21 4
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Salmon/Gillnet Ban Legislation
1991-1995
21 5
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Salmon/Harvest Alignments
1991-1995
21 6
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Salmon/Lower Columbia Compact
1991-1995
21 7
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Seibel Case
1991-1995
21 8
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/1992 Allocation Plan
1991-1995
21 9
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/1993 Allocation Plan
1991-1995
21 10
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/Emergency Rule
1991-1995
21 11
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/Factory Trawler Tax Bill
1991-1995
21 12
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/Final Rule 1993
1991-1995
21 13
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/Hearing 6/4/93
1993 June 4
21 14
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/Kopetski Statement
1991-1995
21 15
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/License Limitation
1991-1995
21 16
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/OSHA Issues
1991-1995
21 17
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/OSU's (Oregon State University) Whiting Marketing Proposal
1991-1995
21 18
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/PFMC (Pacific Whiting Allocation Framework) Plan 1993
1991-1995
21 19
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/Proposed Rule 1993
1991-1995
21 20
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/Questions
1991-1995
21 21
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/Testimony
1991-1995
21 22
Legislative/Merchant Marine Fisheries/Whiting/Whiting Decision Memoranda
1991-1995
21 23
Legislative/Miscellaneous/Labor/Irv Fletcher
1991-1995
21 24
Legislative/Miscellaneous/Labor/General
1991-1995
21 24A
Legislative/Miscellaneous/Labor/Oregon Fair Trade Coalition
1991-1995
21 25
Legislative/Miscellaneous/Labor/Scorecards (Voting Record)
1991-1995
22 1
Legislative/Miscellaneous/Kopetski - Dear Colleagues
1991-1995
22 2
Legislative/Miscellaneous/Kopetski - Legislative Updates
1991-1995
22 3
Legislative/Miscellaneous/Kopetski - Statements
1991-1995
22 4
Legislative/Natural Resources/BLM (Bureau of Land Management)/O C Budget (Oregon California)
1991-1995
22 5
Legislative/Natural Resources/Biodiversity Act of 1991 (HR 585)
1991-1995
22 6
Legislative/Natural Resources/Endangered Species Act/Northern Spotted Owl
Contains maps of the Northern Spotted Owl Habitat.
1991-1995
23 1
Legislative/Natural Resources/Forestry/Tongass National Forest
1991-1995
23 2
Legislative/Natural Resources/Grande Ronde/Gaming
1991-1995
23 3
Legislative/Natural Resources/Grande Ronde/Thompson Strip
1991-1995
23 4
Legislative/Natural Resources/Klamath River
1991-1995
23 5
Legislative/Natural Resources/Marine Mammal/1991 Legislation
1991-1995
23 6
Legislative/Natural Resources/National Recreational Trails Act
1991-1995
23 7
Legislative/Natural Resources/National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act/Klamath River
1991-1995
23 8
Legislative/Natural Resources/National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act/Sandy River
1991-1995
23 9
Legislative/Natural Resources/Oregon High Desert
1991-1995
23 10
Legislative/Natural Resources/Private Property Issues
1991-1995
23 11
Legislative/Natural Resources/Salt Caves Hydroelectric Project
1991-1995
23 12
Legislative/Natural Resources/Siletz/Gaming
1991-1995
23 13
Legislative/Natural Resources/Siletz/Land Acquisition
1991-1995
23 14
Legislative/Ways Means/Agriculture/Timber Exports/102nd Congress – General
1991-1995
23 14A
Legislative/Ways Means/Agriculture/Timber Exports/102nd Congress – General/Canadian Log Imports
1991-1995
23 14B
Legislative/Ways Means/Agriculture/Timber Exports/102nd Congress – General/DeFazio Export Tax
1991-1995
23 14C
Legislative/Ways Means/Agriculture/Timber Exports/102nd Congress – General/Export Ban Bills
1991-1995
23 14D
Legislative/Ways Means/Agriculture/Timber Exports/102nd Congress – General/Timber – Exports/Imports
1991-1995
23 14E
Legislative/Ways Means/Agriculture/Timber Exports/102nd Congress – General/Hardwoods Study Export
1991-1995
23 14F
Legislative/Ways Means/Agriculture/Timber Exports/102nd Congress – General/State Log Export Bill
1991-1995
23 14G
Legislative/Ways Means/Agriculture/Timber Exports/102nd Congress – General/U.S. – Canada Softwood Lumber
1991-1995
23 15
Legislative/Ways Means/Agriculture/Timber Exports/103rd Congress
1991-1995
24 1
Legislative/Ways Means/Forestry/HR 3474
1991-1995
24 2
Legislative/Ways Means/Forestry/Reforestation Tax Act (1 of 2)
1991-1995
24 3
Legislative/Ways Means/Forestry/Reforestation Tax Act (2 of 2)
1991-1995
24 4
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Abortion Coverage
1991-1995
24 5
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Bill Summaries/Other Bills
1991-1995
24 6
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Bill Summaries/Ways and Means
1991-1995
24 7
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Congressional Budget Office
1991-1995
24 8
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Consumer Groups
1991-1995
24 9
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Cost Containment
1991-1995
24 10
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Economic Effects
1991-1995
24 11
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Employer Mandates (1 of 2)
1991-1995
25 1
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Employer Mandates (2 of 2)
1991-1995
25 2
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act)
1991-1995
25 3
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Long Term Care
1991-1995
25 4
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Taxation (Health Care)/Mark-up/Amendments
1991-1995
25 5
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mark-up/Kopetski Amendments/Christian Scientists
1991-1995
25 6
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mark-up/Kopetski Amendments/Marriage Family Therapists
1991-1995
25 7
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mark-up/Kopetski Amendments/Mental Health Amendments
1991-1995
25 8
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mark-up/Kopetski Amendments/Prescription Drugs
1991-1995
25 9
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mark-up/Kopetski Amendments/Teachers
1991-1995
25 10
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mark-up/Kopetski Priorities
1991-1995
25 11
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Medicare Outpatient Diabetes Act
1991-1995
25 12
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mental Health/Actuarial Reports/Estimates
1991-1995
25 13
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mental Health/Administration
1991-1995
25 14
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mental Health/Advocacy Group Opinion Survey
1991-1995
25 15
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mental Health/Congressional Spouses Club
1991-1995
25 16
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mental Health/House Concurrent Resolution 52
1991-1995
25 17
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mental Health/Health Care Reform Bill Benefit Packages
1991-1995
25 18
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mental Health/Mrs. Rosalynn Carter/Carter Center
1991-1995
25 19
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mental Health/Other Legislation
1991-1995
25 20
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mental Health/Senate/Senate Working Group
1991-1995
25 21
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mental Health/Working Group Events
1991-1995
25 22
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mental Health/Working Group Letters
1991-1995
25 23
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mental Health/Risk Selection/Adjustment
1991-1995
25 24
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Mental Health/Role of States
1991-1995
26 1
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Rural/Inner City Issues
1991-1995
26 2
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Tax/Financing Provisions
1991-1995
26 3
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Tax Treatment of Non-Profit Organizations
1991-1995
26 4
Legislative/Ways Means/Health Care/Work Site Wellness Act
1991-1995
26 5
Legislative/Ways Means/Human Resources/Re-Employment Act
1991-1995
26 6
Legislative/Ways Means/Human Resources/Welfare Reform/Child Care
1991-1995
26 7
Legislative/Ways Means/Human Resources/Welfare Reform/Clinton Bill
1991-1995
27 1
Legislative/Ways Means/General
Contains "Time for a Change: Remaking the Nation's Welfare System – Report of the Welfare Simplification and Coordination Advisory Committee, June 1993 and Congressman Mike Kopetski Briefing Book – Welfare Reform.
1991-1995
27 2
Legislative/Ways Means/H.R. 3800/Superfund Reform Act of 1994 (1 of 2)
1991-1995
27 3
Legislative/Ways Means/H.R. 3800/Superfund Reform Act of 1994 (2 of 2)
1991-1995
27 4
Legislative/Ways Means/Matsui Bill
1991-1995
27 5
Legislative/Ways Means/Oregon/Jobs Plus
1991-1995
27 6
Legislative/Ways Means/Seat Assignment Effort
1991-1995
27 7
Legislative/Ways Means/Time Limits
1991-1995
28 1
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Alternative Minimum Tax
1991-1995
28 2
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Amortization of Intangibles
1991-1995
28 3
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Clinton Economic Growth Package
1991-1995
28 4
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Earned Income Tax Credit
1991-1995
28 5
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Employee Stock Option Plans
1991-1995
28 6
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Empowerment Zones/Enterprise Communities
1991-1995
28 7
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Energy Tax
1991-1995
28 8
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Fish Tax
1991-1995
28 9
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Foreign Tax Issues
1991-1995
28 9A
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Foreign Tax Issues/FSC (Foreign Sales Corporation) Hours
1991-1995
28 9B
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Foreign Tax Issues/R
Signed letter from Lloyd Bentsen, Secretary of the Treasury.
1991-1995
28 9C
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Foreign Tax Issues/Deferral-Foreign Subsidiaries
1991-1995
28 10
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/H.R. 1931 (Clarification of Tax Treatment of Gains by Farmer Cooperatives)
1991-1995
28 11
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/H.R. 2525 (Special Occupational Taxes)
1991-1995
28 12
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/H.R. 4056 (Reform of Subchapter S Corporation Rules)
1991-1995
28 13
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/H.R. 4125 (Kopetski Capital Gains Proposal)
1991-1995
28 14
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/H.R. 4321 (Exempt Cash Payments of Legal Fees from Reporting Requirements)
1991-1995
28 15
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Harsch Investment Corporation
1991-1995
28 15.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Harsch Investment Corporation/Schnitzer, Harold and Arlene
1991-1995
29 1
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Investment Tax Credit
1991-1995
29 2
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Lead Tax
1991-1995
29 3
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Low-Income Housing Tax Credit
1991-1995
29 4
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Miscellaneous Revenue Raiser Bills and Provisions
1991-1995
29 5
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/OBRA (Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act) 1993
1991-1995
29 6
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Oregon Ballot Initiatives
1991-1995
29 7
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Oregon Tax Strategy Meeting
1991-1995
29 8
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Peace Tax Fund
1991-1995
29 9
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Publicly Traded Partnerships
1991-1995
29 10
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/R D (Research Development) Tax Credit
1991-1995
29 11
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Retirement Protection Act
1991-1995
29 12
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Targeted Jobs Tax Credit
1991-1995
29 13
Legislative/Ways Means/Taxation/Telephone Co-ops
1991-1995
29 14
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/Fast Track/Bush Administration
1991-1995
29 14.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/Fast Track/Bush Administration/Fast Track
Contains signed letters of support from President G.H.W. Bush, Nicholas Brady, Secretary of the Treasury and Edward Madigan, Secretary of Agriculture.
1991-1995
29 15
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/Fast Track/General Information
1991-1995
29 15.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/Fast Track/General Information/Fast Track Extension
1991-1995
29 15.B
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/Fast Track/General Information/General Groups Opposed to Fast Track Extension
1991-1995
29 15.C
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/Fast Track/General Information/General Groups in Favor of Fast Track Extension
1991-1995
29 15.D
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/Fast Track/General Information/AG (Agriculture) Fast Track Support
1991-1995
30 1
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/GATT (General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade)/Anti-Dumping/CVD (Countervailing Duty)
1991-1995
30 2
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/GATT/Anti GATT
1991-1995
30 3
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/GATT/Clinton Administration
Signed letter by President Clinton.
1991-1995
30 4
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/GATT/Committee Background Material
1991-1995
30 5
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/GATT/Dear Colleagues PRO/CON
1991-1995
30 6
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/GATT/Economies in Transition
1991-1995
30 7
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/GATT/GATT Financing
1991-1995
30 8
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/GATT/Food Safety
1991-1995
30 9
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/GATT/Frozen Vegetable Labeling
1991-1995
30 9.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/GATT/Frozen Vegetable Labeling/Frozen Veggies
1991-1995
30 10
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/GATT/Impact on Various U.S. Sectors
1991-1995
30 11
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/GATT/Oregon Anti GATT
1991-1995
31 1
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/GATT/Oregon Pro GATT
1991-1995
31 2
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/Sovereignty/WTO (World Trade Organization)
1991-1995
31 3
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN (Most Favored Nation) for China - 2/24/94 Hearing
1994 February 24
31 4
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/1994 Legislation (Hamilton/Pelosi/Solomon)
1991-1995
31 4.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/1994 Legislation (Hamilton/Pelosi/Solomon)/Clinton Administration
1991-1995
31 4.B
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/1994 Legislation (Hamilton/Pelosi/Solomon)/Solomon
Contains Kopetski's notes for a floor speech.
1991-1995
31 4.C
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/1994 Legislation (Hamilton/Pelosi/Solomon)/HR 4590 Hearing 7/28/94
1994 July 28
31 4.D
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/1994 Legislation (Hamilton/Pelosi/Solomon)/China MFN
1991-1995
31 4.E
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/1994 Legislation (Hamilton/Pelosi/Solomon)/MFN Hearing 6/8/93
1993 June 8
31 4.F
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/1994 Legislation (Hamilton/Pelosi/Solomon)/MFN Hearing 6/8/93
1993 June 8
31 5
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/China at the United Nations
1991-1995
31 6
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/Clinton Administration
1991-1995
31 6.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/Clinton Administration/Administration - China
1991-1995
31 6.A.1
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/Clinton Administration/Aministration - China/Winston Lord (Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs)
1991-1995
31 7
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN Dear Colleagues
1993-1994
31 7.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN Dear Colleagues/Members – Anti MFN 1993
1993-1994
31 7.B
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN Dear Colleagues/Members – Pro MFN 1993
1993-1994
31 7.C
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN Dear Colleagues/Dear Colleagues-Pro – 1994
1993-1994
31 7.D
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN Dear Colleagues/Dear Colleagues-Con – 1994
1993-1994
32 1
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/Hong Kong
1991-1995
32 2
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/Miscellaneous Articles
1991-1995
32 3.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/Miscellaneous Reports, Speeches, Articles/Caina - Prison visits
1991-1995
32 4
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/Oregon and the Northwest
1991-1995
32 4.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/Oregon and the Northwest/Oregon - Pro-MFN China
1991-1995
32 4.B
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/Oregon and the Northwest/Oregon - Anti-MFN China
Contains notes on meeting Kopetski had with Winston Lord, Assistant Secretary of State for Eastern Asia on 21 March 1994.
1991-1995
32 5
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/Oxford style Debate
Contains annotated copy of Congressional Record for July 20, 1994.
1991-1995
32 6.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/Tibet
1991-1995
32 6.B
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/MFN for China/Tibet
1991-1995
32 7
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement)/Articles Con
1991-1995
32 8
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Articles Pro
1991-1995
32 9
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Bush Administration
1991-1995
32 10
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Clinton Administration
1991-1995
33 1
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Dear Colleagues/Con NAFTA
1991-1995
33 1.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Dear Colleagues/Con NAFTA/Gephart
1991-1995
33 2
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Dear Colleagues/Pro NAFTA
1991-1995
33 3
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Environment
Contains signed letter from Bill Richardson, Representative for New Mexico.
1991-1995
33 4
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/MJK - H.R. 3450
1991-1995
33 5
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Industry Letters/Pro NAFTA
1991-1995
33 6
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Miscellaneous
1991-1995
33 1.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Miscellaneous/Truck Safety Standards
1991-1995
33 6.B
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Miscellaneous/If NAFTA fails? A new NAFTA!?
1991-1995
33 6.C
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Miscellaneous/Move to Mexico
1991-1995
33 6.D
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Miscellaneous/Maquiladoras (a factory that imports materials and equipment on a duty-free and tariff-free basis for assembly or manufacturing and then re-exports the assembled product, usually back to the originating country.)
1991-1995
33 6.E
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Miscellaneous/Worker Displacement – Job Losses
1991-1995
33 7
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Miscellaneous Mexico
1991-1995
33 7.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Miscellaneous Mexico/Human Rights
1991-1995
33 8
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Miscellaneous/Reports
1991-1995
33 8.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Miscellaneous/Reports/NAFTA Studies
1991-1995
33 9
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Miscellaneous/NAFTA Court Case
1991-1995
34 1
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Oregon Con
1991-1995
34 1.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Oregon Con/Oregon Fair Trade Coalition – Anti NAFTA
1991-1995
34 2
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Oregon Pro
1991-1995
34 2.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Oregon Pro/Log Exports
1991-1995
34 3
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Organized Labor
1991-1995
34 4
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Ross Perot
1991-1995
34 4.A
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Ross Perot
1991-1995
34 5
Legislative/Ways Means/Trade/NAFTA/Supplemental Agreements
1991-1995
34 6
Legislative/Ways Means/Unemployment/Emergency Unemployment Compensation Overpayment and Oregon
1991-1995
34 7
Legislative/Ways Means/Veteran's Home Loans
1991-1995
Subseries B: Projects
1991-1995
Box Folder
35 1
Projects/Agriculture/Alternative Agricultural Research and Commercialization Center
1991-1995
35 2
Projects/AMTRAK (Pooh-Pooh Choo-Choo)
Legislation to stop AMTRAK from dumping human wastes within city limits - Salem and Portland, Oregon.
1991-1995
35 2.A
Projects/AmTrak (Pooh-Pooh Choo-Choo)/Pooh-Pooh Choo-Choo
1991-1995
35 2.B
Projects/AmTrak (Pooh-Pooh Choo-Choo)/Pooh-Pooh Choo-Choo II
1991-1995
35 3
Projects/Banking/Charbonneau/RTC
1991-1995
35 4
Projects/Columbia Helicopters
1991-1995
35 4.A
Projects/Columbia Helicopters
1991-1995
35 5
Projects/Earthquake (March 1993)
1991-1995
35 5.A
Projects/Mt. Angel School/Earthquake
1991-1995
35 5.B
Projects/Molalla/FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency)
1991-1995
35 5.C
Projects/Earthquake Damage Assessment
1991-1995
35 5.D
Projects/Earthquake
1991-1995
35 6
Projects/Education/City University v. Germany
1991-1995
35 7
Projects/OEA (Oregon Education Association) v. OTA (Oregon Trade Association)
1991-1995
35 8
Projects/Evergreen Airlines
1991-1995
35 8.A
Projects/Evergreen
1991-1995
35 8.B
Projects/Evergreen Museum
1991-1995
35 8.C
Projects/Evergreen
1991-1995
35 9
Projects/Heritage Museum Complex
1991-1995
35 9.A
Projects/Heritagex
1991-1995
35 10
Projects/Oregon/NASA Small Business Development Conference
1991-1995
35 11
Projects/Post Office/Waldport Wilsonville
1991-1995
35 12
Projects/Silverton DEER Project (Dual Enterprise Environmental Recovery)
1991-1995
Subseries C: Reference Works
1991-1995
Box object
36 A
Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement
1993 July
36 B
Record of Decision for Amendments to Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management Planning Documents Within the Range of the Northern Spotted Owl – 4 copies
1994 April
36 C
Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, Vol. I, II
1994 February
36 D
Management Plan for the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area – with maps
1992 September
36 E
Pacific Whiting Allocation
1993 December
36 F
Salem District Resource Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement, Vol. II
1992 August
36 G
Forest Service Planning: Accommodating Uses, Producing Outputs, and Sustaining Ecosystems
1992 February
36 H
Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area Draft Alternative A – H, 1993 – with maps
1993
36 I
Columbia River Salmon Mitigation Analysis System Configuration Study Phase I
1994 April
36 J
Forest Ecosystem Management: An Ecological, Economic, and Social Assessment
1993 July
36 K
Roseburg District Resource Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement, Summary – with map
1992 August
36 L
Medford District Resource Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement, Summary – with map
1992 August
36 M
Eugene District Resource Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement, Summary – with map
1992 August
36 N
Klamath Falls District Resource Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement, Summary – with map
1992 August
36 O
Lower Deschutes River Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement
1991 May
Folder
1 27
Agriculture (farm bill information – national campaign)
1990
1 29
Citizens against Government Waste pamphlets
undated
Series IV: Personal/political records
This series is organized into seven subseries: A. Daily schedules and briefing materials, B. General Correspondence, C. Democratic Convention, 1992/1993 Inauguration, D. Memorabilia, E. Photographs, F. Personal correspondence, G. VIP correspondence, and H. VIP Recommendations files. Materials are arranged alphabetically and/or chronologically, according to original order.
Kopetski carried on a vigorous correspondence with his fellow congress members and members of the administration during his time in office. The VIP correspondence files include letters from Presidents G. H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, Jim Bacchus, Jay Rockefeller, and Secretary of the Treasury Lloyd Bentsen, among others. Another group of correspondence is from school children. Kopetski often visited schools in the Fifth District and would receive personal letters from the students in return. On more than one occasion Kopetski sent individual replies to each student.
1990-1995
Subseries A: Daily schedules and briefing materials
1990-1995
Box Folder
37 1
Appointment Calendar
1990
37 2
Appointment Calendar
1991
37 3
Appointment Calendar
1992
37 4
Appointment Calendar
1993
37 5
Appointment Calendar
1994
37 6
Congressional Daily Schedule
All schedule folders contain copies of speeches, announcements and other information.
1991 February 1 – April 2
37 7
Congressional Daily Schedule
1991 April 12 – August 24
37 8
Congressional Daily Schedule
1991 September 13 – December 22
37 9
Congressional Daily Schedule
1992 January 13 – March 2
37 10
Congressional Daily Schedule
1992 March 13 – April 27
37 11
Congressional Daily Schedule
1992 May 1 – June 28
37 12
Congressional Daily Schedule
1992 July 3 – September 20
37 13
Congressional Daily Schedule
1992 October 8 – December 17
37 14
Congressional Daily Schedule
1993 January 3 – March 1
37 15
Congressional Daily Schedule
1993 January 3 – March 1
37 16
Congressional Daily Schedule
1993 March 11 – June 26
37 17
Congressional Daily Schedule
1993 October 8 – 1994 December 31
37 18
District Office Files – Connection Program
1991-1995
37 19
District Office Files – FAA legislation (Future Farmers of America)
1991-1995
37 20
District Office Files – Miscellaneous
1991-1995
37 21
District Office Files – MJK personal
1991-1995
37 22
District Office Files – Nuclear
1991-1995
37 23
District Office Files – Praise/Kudos to MJK
1991-1995
37 24
District Office Files – reapportionment
File contains multiple maps of reapportionment plans.
1991-1995
37 25
District Office Files – SCERT (State Community Economic Revitalization Team)
1991-1995
38 1
District Office Files – Waldport Post Offices
1991-1995
38 2
District Office Files – Wilsonville Post Office
1991-1995
38 3
Gulf crises – hand-written notes re: remarks in House
1991-1995
38 4
Persian Gulf
Includes House information packet on Operation Desert Shield.
1991-1995
38 5
Pork producers/Traeger (Pellet Grills/Campstoves)
1991-1995
38 6
San Diego/border
1991-1995
38 7
San Francisco trip
Contains copies of H. 5373 and Conference Report 102-866.
1991-1995
Subseries B: General Correspondence
1991-1995
Box Folder
38 8
Thank you letters from schools
Schools are Keizer Elementary School, French Prairie Middle School, Eagle Creek Elementary School, Waldo Middle School, Gubser Elementary School, Scott Elementary School and Liberty Elementary School.
1991-1995
38 9
Ways and Means congratulations
1991-1995
38 10
W M
Memos and information about the committee.
1991-1995
Subseries C: Democratic Convention, 1992/1993 Inauguration
1990-1993
Box Folder
38 11
Crystal Capitols (gift to Freshmen class, 1990)
1990
38 12
Freshman Class, Part I
Draft and mock-up copies of Freshman class directory, original copies of form filled out by each class member, letters regarding class elections.
1990
38 13
Freshman Class, Part II
Freshman Orientation materials and two copies of Freshman class directory.
1990
38 14
Legislative Profile 102nd Congress
1991
38 15
Legislative Profile 103rd Congress
1993
38 16
Democratic National Convention 1992 (book)
1992
38 17
Convention (Democratic, 1992 – New York City)
1992
38 17.A
Convention/Welcome folder
1992
38 17.B
Convention/Security/Member Information Credentials
1992
38 17.C
Convention/Delegate Information – Democratic Party of Oregon
1992
38 17.D
Convention/New York City Tour Information
1992
38 17.E
Convention/Railroad Tickets/Hotel/Campaign Checks
1992
38 17.F
Convention/Monday
1992 July 13
38 17.G
Convention/Tuesday
1992 July 14
38 17.H
Convention/Wednesday
1992 July 15
38 17.I
Convention/Thursday
1992 July 16
38 17.J
Convention/Miscellaneous Information
1992
38 17.K
Convention/Hospitality Suites
Various invitations, copy of the Congressional Quarterly - Guide to the 1992 Democratic National Convention.
1992
39 1
Inauguration
1993
39 1.A
Inauguration, 1993/Events Information
Commemorative items, copies of the official invitation to Inauguration and copies of the official invitation to Inauguration Ball.
1993
39 1.B
Inauguration, 1993/Open House
Invitation from Kopetski to Inauguration Open House at Cannon Office Building.
1993
39 1.C
Inauguration, 1993/Swearing-in
Copy of the official Inauguration Program.
1993
39 1.D
Inauguration, 1993/Inauguration requests
1993
39 1.E
Inauguration, 1993/Ball (Inauguration)
Includes a list of all Inaugural Ball sites.
1993
39 1.F
Inauguration, 1993/Invitations/Lists
1993
39 1.G
Inauguration, 1993/Nike Event
1993
39 1.H
Inauguration, 1993/Inauguration Mementoes
1993
39 2
Smithsonian
1993
Subseries D: Memorabilia
This subseries contains such items as awards and certificates presented to Congressman Kopetski, campaign buttons, souvenirs from trips overseas, a Pictorial Directory for 102nd Congress and the Kopetski Congressional Office Guest books for the years 1991-1994. Please contact the repository for a complete list of items in this subseries.
1991-1995
Box
40
Political mementoes
1991-1995
40.A
Political mementoes
Contains three Tibetan Prayer Shawls.
1991-1995
Subseries E: Photographs
Photographs include trips Kopetski took to Hong Kong, campaign rallies and political events in Oregon and Washington, D.C.
1991-1995
Box
41
Photographs
1991-1995
41.A
Photographs
1991-1995
Subseries F: Personal Correspondence
1990-1995
Box Folder
42 1
Letters to and from "A" companies/people
1991-1995
42 2
AFA – AFL-CIO
1991-1995
42 3
AIPAC/Israel (The American Israel Public Affairs Committee)
1991-1995
42 4
Letters to and from "B" companies/people
1991-1995
42 5
Barrows, Dave (Oregon League of Financial Institutions)
1991-1995
42 6
Beall, Jim
1991-1995
42 7
Beer Distributors
1991-1995
42 8
Benedictine Foundation
1991-1995
42 9
Letters to and from "C" companies/people
1991-1995
42 10
Chemawa Indian School
1991-1995
42 11
Clackamas County
1991-1995
42 12
Letters to and from "D" companies/people
1991-1995
42 13
deSousa
1991-1995
42 14
Letters to and from "E" companies/people
Letter to Howard Lovering, Director, Evergreen AirVenture Museum with photograph of the Spruce Goose in transit to museum.
1991-1995
42 15
The Emeritus Foundation
1991-1995
42 16
Eagle Scouts
1991-1995
42 17
End of the Oregon Trail
1991-1995
42 18
Letters to and from "F" companies/people
1991-1995
42 19
FFA (Future Farmers of America)
1991-1995
42 20
Letters to and from "G" companies/people
Contains letter from Kopetski to Vice President Al Gore. Gore's reply is found in Box 14, Folder 13.
1991-1995
42 21
Jeff Gilmour
1991-1995
42 22
Letters to and from "H" companies/people
1991-1995
42 23
Letters to and from "I" companies/people
1991-1995
42 24
Israel
1991-1995
42 25
Letters to and from "J" companies/people
1991-1995
42 26
Letters to and from "K" companies/people
1991-1995
42 27
Letters to and from "L" companies/people
1991-1995
42 28
Labor - Irv Fletcher
1991-1995
42 29
Bill Lane
1991-1995
43 1
Letters to and from "M" companies/people
1991-1995
43 2
Walt Disney/MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America)/film
1991-1995
43 3
Letters to and from "Mc" companies/people
1991-1995
43 4
Letters to and from "N" companies/people
1991-1995
43 5
NAFTA thank yous
Includes a memo from Kopetski to fellow Democratic members of Congress with specific details on how to persuade their colleagues to join them in voting for NAFTA.
1991-1995
43 6
NRA (National Rifle Association)
1991-1995
43 7
Newman, Raquel
1991-1995
43 8
NIKE
1991-1995
43 9
NORPAC (North Pacific Canners and Packers) - including Tenaska
1991-1995
43 10
Letters to and from "O" companies/people
1991-1995
43 11
Oregon Bankers Association
1991-1995
43 12
Oregon Education Association
1991-1995
43 13
Oregon Hops Commission
1991-1995
43 14
OSU (Oregon State University) - General
1991-1995
43 15
OSU (Oregon State University) - Environmental Computing Center
1991-1995
43 16
OSU (Oregon State University) - Earth Observation System
1991-1995
43 17
Oregon Tax Plan
1991-1995
43 18
Letters to and from "P" companies/people
1991-1995
43 19
Parliamentarians for Global Action
1991-1995
43 20
Letters to and from "Q" companies/people
1991-1995
43 21
Letters to and from "R" companies/people
1991-1995
43 22
Redden, James A.
Includes briefing materials for Oregon's Congressional Delegation 1993.
1991-1995
43 23
Roberts, Governor Barbara (Oregon)
1991-1995
43 24
Rubicon (Rick Schulberg)
1991-1995
43 25
Letters to and from "S" companies/people
1991-1995
43 26
Salem
1991-1995
43 27
Schlesinger, Paul and Fern
1991-1995
43 28
Schnitzer, Harold, Arlene – Steel Industries
1991-1995
43 29
Letters to and from "T" companies/people
1991-1995
43 30
Letters to and from "U" companies/people
1991-1995
43 31
U.S. West
1991-1995
43 32
Letters to and from "V" companies/people
1991-1995
43 33
Valenti, Jack (MPAA)
1991-1995
43 34
Letters to and from "W" companies/people
1991-1995
43 35
Ways and Means
1991-1995
43 36
Tim Wirth/Tom Mason
1991-1995
43 37
World Cup Soccer
1991-1995
43 38
Letters to and from "X, Y, Z" companies/people
1991-1995
43 39
Zahniser, Rich
1991-1995
43 40
Zahniser/Tomiyasu
1991-1995
43 41
Zuckerman, Bog + Zubie Group (FBI)
1991-1995
44 1
A,B,C
Good Guys files – thank you letters from individuals and corporations - files 1 - 8.
1991-1995
44 2
D,E,F
1991-1995
44 3
G,H,I
1991-1995
44 4
J,K,L
1991-1995
44 5
M,N,O
1991-1995
44 6
P,Q,R
1991-1995
44 7
S,T,U,V
1991-1995
44 8
W,X,Y,Z
1991-1995
44 9
New Members
1991-1995
44 10
Fast track-vote count
1991-1995
44 11
New Member-Kopetski
1991-1995
44 12
November 13 - Washington D.C. Trip
1991-1995
44 13
New York City/Washington D.C. Trip
1991-1995
44 14
New York City - May 3
1991-1995
44 15
Los Angeles Money/Visit
1991-1995
44 16
Campaign Memos
1991-1995
44 17
Miscellaneous
1991-1995
44 18
Campaign - $ letters
1991-1995
44 19
Clinton - Gore
1991-1995
44 20
1990 – Correspondence – Campaign
Many hand written notes, and what seems to be written replies by Kopetski, not his secretary.
1990
44 21
Au Coin Memo
1991-1995
44 22
AuCoin/Packwood
1991-1995
44 23
Bank – House
1991-1995
44 24
Campaign Reform Bill
1991-1995
44 25
Committee Assignment
1991-1995
44 26
Constituents – Happy Staff/Kopetski
1991-1995
44 27
Crisis Met. Committee (House banking crisis)
1991-1995
44 28
Dennis, John
1991-1995
44 29
Foley, Tom
1991-1995
44 30
Freshman Class
1991-1995
44 31
Kopetski, Mike - Achievements
1991-1995
44 32
Legislative Update
1991-1995
44 33
Mike Kopetski Updates
1991-1995
44 34
Mike Kopetski Rating
1991
44 35
Mobley, Al
1991-1995
44 36
Opponents
1991-1995
44 37
Reappointment
1991-1995
44 38
Refugee Trip
1991-1995
44 39
Retirement
1991-1995
44 40
Rosty - (Rostenkowski, Daniel)
1991-1995
44 41
Seagraves/Miller
1991-1995
44 42
Smith, Denny
1991-1995
44 43
Staff - complaints
1991-1995
44 44
Timber Bill
1991-1995
44 44.A
Timber Bill/Non- sufficiency
1991-1995
44 45
Voter's Pamphlet
1991-1995
Subseries G: VIP Correspondence
1991-1995
Box Folder
45 1
White House – letters received from President
Letters from Presidents G. H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton.
1991-1995
45 2
Clinton, Hillary
1991-1995
45 3
Gore, Al - Vice President
1991-1995
45 4
Gore, Tipper
1991-1995
45 5
Abercrombie, Neil – Hawaii
1991-1995
45 6
Andrews, Tom – Maine
1991-1995
45 7
Aspin, Les – Wisconsin
1991-1995
45 8
Au Coin, Les – Oregon
1991-1995
45 9
Bacchus, Jim – Florida
1991-1995
45 10
Bilbray, James – Nevada
1991-1995
45 11
Bonior, David – Michigan
1991-1995
45 12
Brewster, Bill K. – Oklahoma
1991-1995
45 13
Brooks, Jack – Texas
1991-1995
45 14
Brown, George – Oregon, Chair
Committee on Science, Space, and Technology
1991-1995
45 15
Cabinet Officers
1991-1995
45 16
Cline, Craig
1991-1995
45 17
Conyers, John – Michigan
1991-1995
45 18
Cranston, Alan – Senator from California
1991-1995
45 19
de Fazio, Peter – Oregon
1991-1995
45 20
de la Garza, Kika – Texas
1991-1995
45 21
De Launo, Rosa – Connecticut
1991-1995
45 22
Dellums, Ronald – California
1991-1995
45 23
Derrick, Butler – South Carolina
1991-1995
45 24
Dingell, John – Michigan
1991-1995
45 25
Dooley, Cal – California
1991-1995
45 26
Downey, Tom – New York
1991-1995
45 27
Dreier, David – California
1991-1995
45 28
Edwards, Don – California
1991-1995
45 29
Farr, Sam – California
1991-1995
45 30
Fazio, Vic – California
1991-1995
45 31
Foglietta, Thomas – Pennsylvania
1991-1995
45 32
Foley, Thomas H. – Washington
1991-1995
45 33
Furse, Elizabeth – Oregon
1991-1995
45 34
Gephardt, Richard – Missouri
1991-1995
45 35
Gibbons, Sam – Florida
1991-1995
45 36
Gonzalez, Henry B. – Texas
1991-1995
45 37
Gray, Bill – Pennsylvania
1991-1995
45 38
Hamilton, Lee – Indiana
1991-1995
45 39
Hatfield, Mark – Senator from Oregon
1991-1995
45 40
Hoagland, Peter – Nebraska
1991-1995
45 41
Hoyer, Steny Hamilton – Maryland
1991-1995
45 42
Hughes, Bill – New Jersey
1991-1995
45 43
Kennedy, Joe – Massachusetts
1991-1995
45 44
Kennelly, Barbara – Connecticut
1991-1995
45 45
Lantos, Tom – California
1991-1995
45 46
La Rocco, Larry – Idaho
1991-1995
45 47
Lewis, John – Georgia
1991-1995
45 48
Livingston, Bob – Louisiana
1991-1995
45 49
Matsui, Robert – California
1991-1995
45 50
Mazzoli, Romano – Kentucky
1991-1995
45 51
Mezvinsky, Marjorie – Pennsylvania
1991-1995
45 52
Mineta, Norm – California
1991-1995
45 53
Mink, Patsy – Hawaii
1991-1995
45 54
Mitchell, George – Senator from Maine
1991-1995
45 55
Montgomery, Sonny – Mississippi
1991-1995
45 56
Natcher, William – Kentucky
1991-1995
45 57
Neal, Richard – North Carolina
1991-1995
45 58
Norton, Eleanor Holmes – District of Columbia
1991-1995
45 59
Obey, David – Wisconsin
1991-1995
45 60
Packwood, Senator Bob – Oregon
1991-1995
45 61
Paetta, Leon – California
1991-1995
45 62
Pelosi, Nancy – California
1991-1995
45 63
Penny, Tim – Minnesota
1991-1995
45 64
Peterson, Collin – Minnesota
1991-1995
45 65
Pickle, J.J. – Texas
1991-1995
45 66
Ramstad, Jim – Minnesota
1991-1995
45 67
Rangel, Charles B. – New York
1991-1995
45 68
Richardson, Bill – New Mexico
1991-1995
45 69
Rockefeller, Jay – Senator from West Virginia
1991-1995
45 70
Roemer, Tim – Indiana
1991-1995
45 71
Rose, Charlie – North Carolina
1991-1995
45 72
Rostenkowski, Dan – Illinois
1991-1995
45 73
Russo, Marty – Illinois
1991-1995
45 74
Sabo, Martin – Minnesota
1991-1995
45 75
Schroeder, Pat – Colorado
1991-1995
45 76
Serrano, José – New York
1991-1995
45 77
Shepherd, Karen – Utah
1991-1995
45 78
Simon, Senator Paul – Illinois
1991-1995
45 79
Slattery, Jim – Kansas
1991-1995
45 80
Smith, Neal – Iowa
1991-1995
45 81
Solarz, Stephen – New York
1991-1995
45 82
Spratt, John – South Carolina
1991-1995
45 83
Stark, Fortney – California
1991-1995
45 84
Steering and Policy
1991-1995
45 85
Stenholm, Charles – Texas
1991-1995
45 86
Stokes, Louis – Ohio
1991-1995
45 87
Studds, Gerry – Massachusetts
1991-1995
45 88
Swett, Dick – New Hampshire
1991-1995
45 89
Swift, Al – Washington
1991-1995
45 90
Synar, Mike – Oklahoma
1991-1995
45 91
Thomas, Bill – California
1991-1995
45 92
Thornton, Ray - Arkansas
1991-1995
45 93
Torres, Esteban – Oregon
1991-1995
45 94
Towns, Ed – New York
1991-1995
45 95
Udall, Mo – Arizona
1991-1995
45 96
Unsoeld, Jolene – Washington
1991-1995
45 97
Vento, Bruce – Minnesota
1991-1995
45 98
Visclosky, Peter – Indiana
1991-1995
45 99
Waters, Maxine – California
1991-1995
45 100
Whitten, Jamie – Mississippi
1991-1995
45 101
Woolsey, Lynn – California
1991-1995
45 102
Wyden, Ron – Oregon
1991-1995
45 103
Yates, Sid – Illinois
1991-1995
Subseries H: Judicial/Administration
1991-1995
Box Folder
45 104
Judicial/Administration
1991-1995
45 104.A
Judicial Appointments
1991-1995
45 104.B
Bacon (Roxana) Letter
1991-1995
45 104.C
Bacon, Roxana #2
1991-1995
45 104.D
Brockley, Sid
1991-1995
45 104.E
Galton, Sid
1991-1995
45 105
A - F
1991-1995
45 105.A
Duff, Scott
1991-1995
45 105.B
Projects/Political Appointments/Duff, Scott
1991-1995
45 105.C
Ervin, David
1991-1995
45 105.D
Projects/Political Appointments/Fawbush, Wayne
1991-1995
45 106
Projects/Political Appointments/General
1991-1995
46 1
G - R
1991-1995
46 1.A
Hill, Dr. Gerald
1991-1995
46 1.B
Hormel, James C.
1991-1995
46 1.C
Kleinback, Dave Eves
1991-1995
46 1.D
Lyons, Jim
1991-1995
46 1.E
Moody, Jim
1991-1995
46 1.F
Nurnberger, Ralph
1991-1995
46 1.G
Rees, Raymond F. (Fred)
1991-1995
46 1.H
Roberts, Skip
1991-1995
46 2
S - Z
1991-1995
46 2.A
Sainsbury, Jack
1991-1995
46 2.B
Scheuer, James H.
1991-1995
46 2.C
Textor, Robert
1991-1995
46 2.D
Trumbull, Terry
1991-1995
Series V: Press relations/media activities records
This series is organized into three subseries: A. Newspaper clippings, B. Press clippings, C. Audio/Visual tapes. Arrangement is chronological within each subseries.
1980-1995
Subseries A: Newspaper clippings
1990-1994
Box Folder
46 3
Newspaper clippings
1990 November – December
46 4
Newspaper clippings
1991 January – March
46 5
Newspaper clippings
1991 April – June
46 6
Newspaper clippings
1991 July – September
46 7
Newspaper clippings
1991 October – December
46 8
Newspaper clippings
1992 January – March
46 9
Newspaper clippings
1992 April – June
46 10
Newspaper clippings
1992 July – September
46 10.A
Newspaper clippings
1992 October – December
46 11
Newspaper clippings
1993 January – March
46 12
Newspaper clippings
1993 April – June
46 13
Newspaper clippings
1993 July – September
46 14
Newspaper clippings
1993 October – December
46 15
Newspaper clippings
1994 January – March
46 16
Newspaper clippings
1994 April – June
46 17
Newspaper clippings
1994 July – September
46 18
Newspaper clippings
1994 October – December
Subseries B: Press clippings
1980-1989
Box Folder
46 20
Press clippings
undated
46 21
Press clippings
1980
46 22
Press clippings
1981
46 23
Press clippings
1982
46 24
Press clippings
1983
46 25
Press clippings
1984
46 26
Press clippings
1985
46 27
Press clippings
1986
46 28
Press clippings
1987 January - March
46 29
Press clippings
1987 April - June
46 30
Press clippings
1987 July - September
46 31
Press clippings
1987 October - December
46 32
Press clippings
1988 January - March
46 33
Press clippings
1988 April - June
46 34
Press clippings
1988 July - September
46 35
Press clippings (1 of 2)
1988 October - December
46 36
Press clippings (2 of 2)
1988 October - December
46 37
Press clippings
1989
object
51 1
Scrapbook of press clippings
1984-1987
Subseries C: Audio/Visual Tapes
1990-1994
Box Folder
47 1
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 2
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 3
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 4
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 5
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 6
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 7
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 8
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 9
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 10
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 11
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 12
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 13
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 14
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 15
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 16
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 17
The Kopetski Report
A series of programs featuring interviews conducted by Kopetski or Rod Porsche on subjects such as NASA, Education, Health Care and the Congressional Intern Program. Tape #10 includes interviews with three Congressional Interns; Jennifer Garrison, David Nelson and Emily Stembridge. Each program is approximately 30 minutes in length. A complete list of program details may be obtained upon request.
1991-1993
47 18
Audio-tape speech aired on OPB radio
Kopetski speech on NAFTA delivered on February 12, 1993 and aired on February 24, 1993.
1993 February 12
47 19
Audio-tape interview via telephone with Oregonian reporters
Oregonian reporters Steve Duin and Don Hamilton question Kopetski regarding the circumstances relating to the driving infraction he received in the Washington, D.C. area.
1993 June
47 20
1993-1994 Press Office of Congressman Mike Kopetski (floppy disk)
1993-1994
47 21
Kopetski One Minutes – C-SPAN Floor Coverage
Five segments covering such subjects as the NASA Space Station, Amtrak and the House Bank.
1992
47 22
Persian Gulf Debate
1990
47 23
Operation Provide Comfort Overview (18 minutes)
1991 July
47 24
Slides/Newsmakers Theme, Voters Pipeline Theme
Contains stock footage of Washington, D.C. buildings such as the Capital, Washington's Monument and the Lincoln Memorial.
1991 September 19
47 25
Kopetski is guest on C-SPAN viewer call-in program regarding the Crime Bill
1991 October 17
47 26
Kopetski appears on Not Necessarily Sports
30 minute interview program hosted by Rod Porsche on KBVR-TV (OSU Affiliate).
1992 April
47 27
Response to the League of Women Voters
1992 July 27
47 28
The 1992 Oregon Democratic Caucus Visits New York City
1992
47 29
Election
Segments on various events and issues in the Oregon Election cycle for 1992, including the AuCoin/Lonsdale Senatorial Debate on April 17, 1992.
1992
47 30
KOIN TV (Portland CBS Affiliate) coverage of Kopetski's driving infraction
1993 June 17
47 31
KATU TV (Portland ABC Affiliate) coverage of Kopetski's driving infraction
1993 June 17
47 32
Kopetski Special Order Speech regarding budget reconciliation on House Floor, C-SPAN
1993 July 21
47 33
Clinton's National Address
1993 August 3
47 34
Clinton Addresses Joint Session of Congress regarding Health Care crisis
1993 September 22
47 35
Ross Perot and Al Gore debate the merits of NAFTA on Larry King Live
A 90 minute special.
1993 November 9
47 36
NAFTA vote and debate in House
1993 November 17
47 37
Kopetski appears on Newscast
1994 February 16
47 38
Bob Packwood appears on Larry King Live
Packwood takes calls and responds to questions regarding accusations of sexual harassment (60 minutes) – CNN.
1994 March 30
47 39
Kopetski Town Meeting featured on MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour
8 minute segment.
1994 Summer
47 40
Representative Kopetski – Oxford Debate
1994 July 19
47 41
Kopetski participates in Oxford style debate regarding delinking trade with human rights abuses (MFN-CHINA), C-SPAN
1994 July 21
47 42
Opal Creek passes House, C-SPAN floor coverage
1994 August 8

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