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FEDERALISM

HEARINGS

BEFORE THE

COMMITTEE ON
GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS
UNITED STATES SENATE

ONE HUNDRED SIXTH CONGRESS

FIRST SESSION

MAY 5, 1999
THE STATE OF FEDERALISM

MAY 6, 1999
FEDERALISM AND CRIME CONTROL

JULY 14, 1999
S. 1214—THE FEDERALISM ACCOUNTABILITY ACT OF 1999

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U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

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WASHINGTON : 1999

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COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

FRED THOMPSON, Tennessee, Chairman WILLIAM V. ROTH, Jr., Delaware

JOSEPH I. LIEBERMAN, Connecticut TED STEVENS, Alaska

CARL LEVIN, Michigan SUSAN M. COLLINS, Maine

DANIEL K. AKAKA, Hawaii GEORGE V. VOINOVICH, Ohio

RICHARD J. DURBIN, Illinois PETE V. DOMENICI, New Mexico

ROBERT G. TORRICELLI, New Jersey THAD COCHRAN, Mississippi

MAX CLELAND, Georgia ARLEN SPECTER, Pennsylvania

JOHN EDWARDS, North Carolina JUDD GREGG, New Hampshire

HANNAH S. SISTARE, Staff Director and Counsel

PAUL R. NOE, Senior Counsel
JOYCE A. RECHTSCHAFFEN, Minority Staff Director and Counsel

LAWRENCE B. NOVEY, Minority Counsel
DARLA D. CASSELL, Administrative Clerk

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1999

Hon. Tommy G. Thompson, Governor, State of Wisconsin, and President,

Council of State Governments

Hon. Michael O. Leavitt, Governor, State of Utah, and Vice Chair, National

Governors' Association

Hon. Daniel T. Blue, Jr., Majority Leader, North Carolina House of Rep-

resentatives, and President, National Conference of State Legislatures

Hon. Clarence E. Anthony, Mayor, City of South Bay, Florida, and President,

National League of Cities

John O. McGinnis, Professor of Law, Benjamin N. Cardozo Law School,

Yeshiva University

William A. Galston, Professor, School of Public Affairs, University of Mary-

land at College Park

THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1999

Hon. Edwin Meese III, Former Attorney General of the United States, Ronald

Reagan Distinguished Fellow in Public Policy, The Heritage Foundation,

and Chair, ABA Task Force on the Federalization of Criminal Law

Hon. Gilbert S. Merritt, Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit,

Nashville, Tennessee

Hon. John M. Dorso, Majority Leader, North Dakota House of Representa-

tives, on behalf of the National Conference of State Legislatures

Gerald B. Lefcourt, Immediate Past President and Chair, Legislative Commit-

tee, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers

John S. Baker, Jr., Dr. Dale E. Bennett Professor of Law, Louisiana State

University Law Center

WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1999

Hon. John T. Spotila, Administrator, Office of Information and Regulatory

Affairs, Office of Management and Budget

Randolph D. Moss, Acting Assistant Attorney General, Office of Legal Coun-

sel, U.S. Department of Justice

Hon. Thomas R. Carper, Governor, State of Delaware, and Chairman, Na-

tional Governors' Association

Hon. John M. Dorso, Majority Leader, North Dakota House of Representa-

tives, on behalf of the National Conference of State Legislatures

Alexander G. Fekete, Mayor, Pembroke Pines, Florida, on behalf of the Na-

tional League of Cities

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