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Advisory Commission on
James S. Dwight, Jr., Arlington, Virginia
DaHiel J. Elazar, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Robert B. Hawkins, Jr., Chairman, San Francisco, California
Members of the U.S. Senate
David Durenberger, Minnesota
Carl Levin, Michigan
James R. Sasser, Tennessee
Members of the U.S. House of Representatives
Sander Levin, Michigan
Jim Ross Lightfoot, Iowa
Ted Weiss, New York
Officers of the Executive Branch,
Ann McLaughlin, Secretary,
U.S. Department of Labor
Richard L. Thornburgh, Attorney General
John Ashcroft, Missouri
John H. Sununu, Vice Chairman, New Hampshire
Donald M. Fraser, Minneapolis, Minnesota
William H. Hudnut, III, Indianapolis, Indiana
Robert M. Isaac, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Members of State Legislatures
John T. Bragg, Deputy Speaker, Tennessee House of Representatives
David E. Nething, North Dakota Senate
Ted Strickland, Colorado Senate
Elected County Officials
Philip B. Elfstrom, Kane County, Illinois, County Commission
Harvey Ruvin, Metropolitan Dade County, Florida,
Sandra Smoley, Sacramento County, California, Board of Supervisors
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