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PENSION BILLS BY AUTHOR

Mr. Abernethy, H.R. 953, 13418 Mr. Langen, H.R. 12364 Mr. Adair, H.R. 10436, '11860, 16246, Mr. Laird, H.R. 12007, 12079, 13895 16247

Mr. Kastenmeier, H.R. 14885 Mr. Ashbrook, H.R. 6455

Mr. McCarthy, H.R. 15597 Mr. Baring, H.R. 10347, 12003, 14280 Mr. McVicker, H.R. 11457 Mr. Beckworth, H.R. 238, 240, 411, Mr. Madden, H.R. 13055

1505, 1506, 1510, 1512, 5858, 6066, Mr. Matsunaga, H.R. 2067 11361, 12960

Mr. Miller, H.R. 14022 Mr. Blatnik, H.R. 7294

Mr. Minshall, H.R. 9670 Mrs. Bolton, H.R. 12203

Mr. Moeller, H.R. 9952, 14968 Mr. Bow, H.R. 12659

Mr. Moorhead, H.R. 6015 Mr. Callan, H.R. 14181

Mr. Morrison, H.R. 12426
Mr. Carter, H.R. 7461

Mr. Natcher, H.R. 131, 3396
Mr. Don Clausen, H.R. 10437, 13289 Mr. Nedzi, H.R. 12080
Mr. Corman, H.Ý. 4236, 15397, 15398, Mr. Nelsen, H.R. 12535
15399

Mr. O'Hara of Ill., H.R. 16268
Mr. Conable, H.R. 14766

Mr. O'Konski, H.R. 15506 Mr. Craley, H.R. 11874

Mr. O'Neill of Mass., H.R. 9978 Mr. Cramer, H.R. 11877, 14694, 14695 Mr. Pepper, H.R. 4010, 12427 Mr. Curtin, H.R. 1677, 12122

Mr. Perkins, H.R. 12413 Mr. Denton, H.R. 14131, 14133, 14134, Mr. Philbin, H.R. 11795 14135

Mr. Pirnie, H.R. 9552 Mr. Dole, H.R. 7903, 12123

Mr. Pucinski, H.R. 12793, 12794, 14740 Mr. Dorn, H.R. 5509, 5510

Mr. Quie, H.R. 7325
Mr. Dow, H.R. 15127

Mr. Quillen, H.R. 11604, 13939
Mr. Duncan of Tenn., H.R. 3364, 12589 Mr. Randall, H.R. 15222
Mr. Dyal, H.R. 6075

Mr. Reinecke, H.R. 11978, 14907, 14908 Mr. Everett, H.R. 13807, 13808

Mr. Roberts, H.R. 12135, 13635, 14107 Mr. Farnum, H.R. 11886

Mr. Robison, H.R. 12271 Mr. Fino, H.R. 1694, 13593

Mr. Roncalio, H.R. 11582 Mr. Fisher, H.R. 15387

Mr. Roosevelt, H.R. 1156 Mr. Flood, H.R. 2970

Mr. Roudebush, H.R. 1726, 3407, 5677, Mr. Fogarty, H.R. 11601

9288, 10435 Mr. Fraser, H.R. 6628

Mr. Roybal, H.R. 10276 Mr. Giaimo, H.R. 5037

Mr. St Germain, H.R. 11585 Mr. Gilbert, H.R. 1024

Mr. St. Onge, H.R. 10557, 11247
Mr. Goodell, H.R. 12233

Mr. Saylor, H.R. 5683, 13595
Mr. Gray, H.R. 3935, 8808, 11234 Mr. Schisler, H.R. 13596
Mrs. Griffiths, H.R. 4535

Mr. Schmidhauser, H.R. 8633
Mr. Gonzalez, H.R. 11394

Mr. Secrest, H.R. 1167, 2655, 2658, Mr. Gurney, H.R. 11456, 12127, 12128 5181, 6343, 6408, 6409, 6410 Mr. Haley, H.R. 13499

Mr. Senner, H.R. 14876, 14878 Mr. Halpern, H.R. 3804

Mr. Shriver, H.R. 13788 Mr. Hansen of Iowa, H.R. 15499, 15500, Mr. Skubitz, H.R. 11996 15501

Mr. Smith of Calif., H.R. 13005 Mr. Harsha, H.R. 13257

Mr. Sweeney, H.R. 15751, 15919 Mr. Harvey of Mich., H.R. 2434, 8500, Mr. Teague of Tex., H.R. 221, 222, 223, 12041

1745, 3224, 5962, 6557, 7009, 11932, Mr. Helstoski, H.R. 14371, 14372 12500, 13215, 13217, 13642, 14419 Mr. Herlong, H.R. 14143

Mr. Thomson of Wis., H.R. 165, 693, Mr. Holland, H.R. 1553

3181, 5686, 14005 Mr. Horton, H.R. 11897

Mr. Trimble, H.R. 16101 Mr. Hosmer, H.R. 10930, 15186

Mr. Ullman, H.R. 14263 Mr. Jones of Mo., H.R. 11327

Mr. Whalley, H.R. 15619 Mr. Kee, H.R. 13568

Mr. Bob Wilson, H.R. 15073 Mr. King of N.Y., H.R. 11971

PENSION BILLS BY SUBJECT BILLS PROVIDING INCREASES (RATES AND INCOME LIMITATIONS) H. R. 953, Jan. 4, 1965, Mr. Abernethy: Increases the rates under the "old"

pension law for World War I veterans by 30 percent and raises the income li mits from $1,400 for a single veteran to $2,400 and from $2,700 for a married veteran to $3,600.

H.R. 1505, Jan. 5, 1965, Mr. Beckworth: Provides a monthly pension of $100 to

all World War Í veterans. H.R. 1506, Jan. 5, 1965, Mr. Beckworth: Provides pensions for World War I

veterans, and their widows and children, at the same rates as those applicable

to the Spanish American War. H.R. 1553, Jan. 5, 1965, Mr. Holland: Provides $100 a month pension for all

World War I veterans with no income limitations. H.R. 1677, Jan. 6, 1965, Mr. Curtin: Increases by 30 percent the pension rates

payable under the "old" law, and the income limits from $1,400 to $2,400 for

a single veteran and from $2,700 to $3,600 for married veterans. H.R. 2970, Jan. 18, 1965, Mr. Flood: Increases by 30 percent the rates payable

to World War I veterans under the old pension law and increases the income limits from $1,400 to $2,400 for single veterans and from $2,700 to $3,600 for a

veteran who is married. H.R. 3364, Jan. 25, 1965, Mr. Duncan: Provides pension of $100 per mont for

veterans of World War I and sets income limits of $2,400 for a single veteran and $3,600 for a married veteran, plus an additional $1,200 in the case of indi

viduals who are receiving retirement income from public and private sources, H.R. 3407, Jan. 25, 1965, Mr. Roudebush: Provides $100 month pension for all

veterans of World War I, subject to a $2,400 and $3,600 income limitation, single and married respectively, however, retirement income is disregarded in determining income eligibility, and increases such pension rate by 10 percent for veterans who served overseas during World War I. H.R. 5181, Feb. 18, 1965, Mr. Secrest: Increases. pension rates by 10 percent. H.R. 6075, Mar. 10,, 1965, Mr. Dyal: Increases the rates of pension payable to

the veterans of World War I, II, and Korea on the attainment of age 65 and

their widows. H.R. 6343, Mar. 16, 1965, Mr. Secrest: Increases the rates of pensions by 10 per

cent. H.R. 6408, Mar. 17, 1965, Mr. Secrest: Increases both the rates of pension and

income limitations. H. R. 7009, Mar. 31, 1965, Mr. Teague of Tex. (by request): Increases the rates

of pension payable to widows of Spanish-American War veterans to $85 a

month from the existing rates of $65 and $75. H.R. 7461, Apr. 14, 1965, Mr. Carter: Increases the rates of pension payable

Spanisfi-American War veterans.
H.R. 8808, June 7, 1965, Mr. Gray: Increases rates of pension and income limi-

tations for veterans and widows of veterans of World War I, World War II, and

the Korean conflict. H.R. 9952, July 20, 1965, Mr. Moeller: Increases rates of pension to Veterans of

World War I to $100 a month without income limitation. H.R. 11361, Sept. 30, 1965, Mr. Beckworth: Increases the rates of pension and

income limitations. H.R. 11932, Jan. 10, 1966, Mr. Teague of Tex. (by request): Increases the rate of

pension to widows of World War I veterans to $75 a month. H. R. 11978, Jan. 12, 1966, Mr. Reinecke: Increases by 10 percent the income

limitations. H.R. 12128, Jan. 18, 1966, Mr. Gurney: Increases both the rates of pension and

income limitations. H.R. 12135, Jan. 18, 1966, Mr. Roberts: Increases both the rates of pension and

income limitations. H.R. 12413, Jan. 31, 1966, Mr. Perkins: Increases the rates of pension payable to

widows of Spanish-American War veterans to $100 a month. H.R. 12500, Feb. 2, 1966, Mr. Teague of Tex. (by request): Increases by $100 a

month the basic pensions payable to paraplegics. H.R. 12794, Feb. 14, 1966, Mr. Pucinski: Increases by 30 percent rates payable to

veterans of World War I under the "old" law and increases the income limitations $2,400 for a single veteran and $3,600 for a veteran with dependents instead of existing $1,400 and $2,700. H.R. 12960, Feb. 22, 1966, Mr. Beckworh: Increases the rates of pension and in

come limitations. H.R. 13055, Feb. 24, 1966, Mr. Madden: World War I veterans, pension of $100

a month, or $70 additional if helpless or blind or for aid and attendance, and $75 a month to widows, with income limits of $2,400 if single or $3,600 if mar

ried with dependents. H.R. 13215, Mar. 2, 1966, Mr. Teague of Tex. (by request): Increases the rates of

pension and income limitations. H.R. 13217, Mar. 2, 1966, Mr. Teague of Tex. (by request): Increases the rates of H.R. 13595, Mar. 14, 1966, Mr. Saylor: Provide special pension payable to veter

pension and income limitations.

ans of World War I and their widows; no income limitations. H.R. 13635, Mar. 15, 1966, Mr. Roberts: Increases the rate of pension and of

income limitations. H.R. 13807, Mar. 21, 1966, Mr. Everett: Increases the rate of pension and income

limitations. H.R. 13808, Mar. 21, 1966, Mr. Everett: Increases the rate of pension and income

limitations. H.R. 13939, Mar. 23, 1966, Mr. Quillen: Increases the rate of pension and income

limitations. H.R. 14022, Mar. 28, 1966, Mr. Miller: To provide payment of pension for World War I veterans on the same basis of those

to veterans of Spanish-American War. H.R. 14107, Mar. 29, 1966, Mr. Roberts: Increase the rate of pensions and income

limitations. H.R. 14131, Mar. 30, 1966, Mr. Denton: Increase the rate of pensions and income

limitations. H.R. 14133, Mar. 30, 1966, Mr. Denton: Same as H.R. 14131. H.R. 14134, Mar. 30, 1966, Mr. Denton: Pay separate pension at increased rates

and increase limits to World War I veterans and widows. H.R. 14143, Mar. 30, 1966, Mr. Herlong: Increases the rate of pensions payable to

World War I veterans to that of Spanish-American War veterans where the veteran has been totally disabled for non-service-connected reasons for 20

years or more. H.R. 14181, Mar. 31, 1966, Mr. Callan: Increases the rates of pension and income

limitations. H.R. 14263, Apr. 4, 1966, Mr. Ullman: Increases the rates of pension and income

limitations. H.R. 14280, Apr. 5, 1966, Mr. Baring (by request): Increases the rates of pension

and income limitations. H.R. 14371, Apr. 6, 1966, Mr. Helstoski: Increases the rates of pension and in

come limitations. H.R. 14372, Apr. 6, 1966, Mr. Helstoski: Same as H.R. 14280. H.R. 14419, Apr. 7, 1966, Mr. Teague of Tex. (by request): Increases income

limits to $2,400 and $3,600; removes 10-percent disability requirement if age 65; excludes 20 percent of retirement income; and increases pension rates by 10

percent for those who served overseas.
H.R. 14694, Apr. 27, 1966, Mr. Cramer: Same as H.R. 13215.
H.R. 14695, Apr. 27, 1966, Mr. Cramer: Same as H.R. 13217.
H.R. 14740, Apr. 28, 1966, Mr. Pucinski (by request): Same as H.R. 13215.
H.R. 14876, May 4, 1966, Mr. Senner: Same as H.R. 13215.
H.R. 14878, May 4, 1966, Mr. Senner: Same as H.R. 13217.
H.R. 14907, May 5, 1966, Mr. Reinecke: Same as H.R. 13215.
H.R. 14908, May 5, 1966, Mr. Reinecke: Same as H.R. 13217.
H.R. 15073, May 16, 1966, Mr. Bob Wilson: Increases World War I widow pen-

sion to $75 monthly;
H.R. 15127, May 18, 1966, Mr. Dow (by request): Same as H.R. 12500.
H.R. 15186, May 23, 1966, Mr. Hosmer: Same as H.R. 11932.
H.R. 15222, May 24, 1966, Mr. Randall: Similar purpose as H.R. 1506.
H.R. 15397, June 1, 1966, Mr. Corman: Same as H.R. 13215.
H.R. 15399, June 1, 1966, Mr. Corman: Same as H.R. 13217.
H.R. 15499, June 7, 1966, Mr. Hansen of Iowa: Same as H.R. 13217.
H.R. 15500, June 7, 1966, Mr. Hansen of Iowa: Same as H.R. 13215.
H.R. 15919, June 23, 1966, Mr. Sweeney: Same as H.R. 13215.
H.R. 16246, July 14, 1966, Mr. Adair: Increases pension rates for Spanish War

widows to $80 and $90 per month. H.R. 16247, July 14, 1966, Mr. Adair: Sets new income limits of $250 to $1,800

for single veterans; $500 to $3,000 for veterans with dependents and increases lowest rates by approximately 25 percent and others by 5 percent; similar

benefits for widows. H.R. 16268, July 14, 1966, Mr. O'Hara of Ill.: Same as H.R. 13055.

BILLS PROVIDING FOR EXCLUSIONS FROM INCOME

H.R. 238, Jan. 4, 1965, Mr. Beckworth: Excludes public and private retirement

payments in determining income eligibility for non-service-connected pension and eliminates spouse's income and net worth eligibility test. H.R. 1024, Jan. 4, 1965, Mr. Gilbert: Provides that workman's compensation

payments shall be excluded in the computation of income in pension eligibility. H.R. 1510, Jan. 5, 1965, Mr. Beckworth: Provides that public and private

retirement payments shall not be counted as income, eliminates spouse's income and net worth eligibility test, and repeals reduction of pension during

hospitalization for veterans with dependents. H.R. 2067, Jan. 7, 1965, Mr. Matsunaga: Excludes public and private retirement

payments; eliminates the net worth eligibility test; and repeals the requirement

of pension reduction during hospitalization for veterans with dependents. H. R. 2655, Jan. 13, 1965, Mr. Secrest: Excludes for income eligibility purposes

public or private retirement, annuity, endowment or similar plans or programs

until the amount of payments received equals the amount of contribution. H.R. 4236, Feb. 3, 1965, Mr. Corman: Excludes for income eligibility purposes

payments received under any insurance policy, workman's compensation, industrial accident law, or pension plan or program on account of disability or

disabilities. H.R. 5677, Mar. 2, 1965, Mr. Roudebush: Excludes for pension eligibility pur

poses all amounts paid to an individual under public and private retirment,

annuity, endowment, or similar type plans or programs. H.R. 5683, Mar. 2, 1965, Mr. Saylor: Same as H.R. 2655. H.R. 6410, Mar. 17, 1965, Mr. Secrest: Excludes $10,000 of private life insurance

in determining pension eligibility. H.R. 6455, Mar. 18, 1965, Mr. Ashbrook: Excludes for income eligibility pur

poses all amounts paid under private retirement, annuity, endowment, or

similar type plans or programs. H.R. 6625, Mar. 23, 1965, Mr. Fraser: Increases by 10 percent the amount of

retirement, annuity, and endowment payments excluded from income for

pension eligibility purposes. H.R. 7294, Apr. 8, 1965, Mr. Blatnik: Excludes payments from Railroad Re

tirement in determining pension eligibility. H.R. 8633, May 27, 1965, Mr. Schmidhauser: Excludes Railroad Retirement from H.R. 12123, Jan. 18, 1966, Mr. Dole: Increases by 20 percent the amount of

pension eligibility determination. H.R. 11886, Jan. 10, 1966, Mr. Farnum: Excludes all public and private retire

ment payments for income eligibility purposes; excludes income of spouse; eliminates net worth eligibility test; repeals the reduction of pension during

hospitalization. H.R. 11971, Jan. 12, 1966, Mr. King of N. Y.: Increases by 10 percent the amount

of retirement, annuity, and endowment payments which may be excluded from

income for determining pension eligibility. H.R. 12007, Jan. 12, 1966, Mr. Laird: Increases by 10 percent the amount of

retirement, annuity, and endowment payments excludable from income for

pension eligibility purposes. H. R. 12122, Jan. 13, 1966, Mr. Curtin: Provides that public and private retire

ment payments shall not be counted as income; income of the spouse shall be disregarded; eliminates net worth eligibility test; repeals reduction of pension

during hospitalization. H.R. 12589, Feb. 7, 1966, Mr. Duncan: Disregards income of veteran's spouse

where the spouse is 70 years of age or more. H.R. 12793, Feb. 14, 1966, Mr. Pucinski: Excludes Railroad Retirment from

pension eligibility determination. H.R. 13202, Mar. 2, 1966, Mr. Duncan: In determining pension eligibility where

the veteran is 70 or older, the income of the veteran's spouse shall not be

considered. H.R. 13499, Mar. 10, 1966, Mr. Haley (by request): Excludes, for veterans who

have reached age 70, all payments of any kind in determining pension eligibility. H.R. 14135, Mar. 30. 1966, Mr. Denton: Eliminates net worth eligibility tests. H. R. 14885, May 4, 1966, Mr. Kastenmeier: Increases by 10 percent the amount

of retirement, annuity payments, et cetera, which may be excluded from income

for determining pension eligibility. H.R. 15398, June 1, 1966, Mr. Corman: Presumes no income for all veterans age

72 or more. H.R. 15501, June 7, 1966, Mr. Hansen of Iowa: Same as H.R. 15398.

BILLS PROVIDING INCOME LIMITATION INCREASES

H.R. 1156, Jan. 4, 1965, Mr. Roosevelt: Provides 20-percent increases in income

limitations. H.R. 9978, July 21, 1965, Mr. O'Neill: Removes income limitations for all pen

sioners who are over 70 years of age. H.R. 10347, Aug. 10, 1965, Mr. Baring (by request): Removes income limitations

for veterans who have been awarded the Purple Heart Medal.

income limitations for pension eligibility. H.R. 12127, Jan. 18, 1966, Mr. Gurney: Raises the amount of income limits

applicable to pensions. H.R. 12364, Jan. 27, 1966, Mr. Langen: Increases by 10 percent the income

limitations. H.R. 12427, Feb. 1, 1966, Mr. Pepper: Increases by 20 percent the income

limitations. H.R. 12535, Feb. 3, 1966, Mr. Nelsen: Increases by 10 percent the income

limitations. H.R. 12659, Feb. 8, 1966, Mr. Bow: Provides 20-percent increases in income

limitations. H.R. 14885, May 4, 1966, Mr. Kastenmeier: Increases by $600 the income limitations.

SOCIAL SECURITY EXCLUSION OR WAIVER

H.R. 4535, Feb. 8, 1965, Mrs. Griffiths: Excludes social security benefits in

determining income for pension eligibility purposes. H.R. 9670, July 7, 1965, Mr. Minshall: Prevents any reduction in pension as

a result of increase in social security payments. H.R. 10396, Aug. 11, 1965, Mr. Duncan: Prevents loss of ion as a result

of social security increases. H.R. 10435, Aug. 12, 1965, Mr. Roudebush: To waive overpayments of pension

resulting from social security increase of 1965. H.R. 10436, Aug. 12, 1965, Mr. Adair: Same as H.R. 10435. H.R. 10437, Aug. 12, 1965, Mr. Don H. Clausen: Same as H.R. 10435. H.R. 10557, Aug. 19, 1965, Mr. St. Onge: Protects any veteran against the loss

of pension as a result of social security increase of 1965. H.R. 10930, Sept. 9, 1965, Mr. Hosmer: Prevents loss of pension as a result of

social security increase of 1965.
H.R. 11234, Sept. 23, 1965, Mr. Gray: Same as H.R. 10930.
H.R. 11247, Sept. 23, 1965, Mr. Schmidhauser: Same as H.R. 10930.
H.R. 11327, Sept. 29, 1965, Mr. Jones of Mo.: Provides for waiving of certain

social security benefits and not counting as income that amount so waived. H.R. 11394, Sept. 30, 1965, Mr. Gonzalez: Permits social security payments to

be waived and not counted as income. H.R. 11456, Oct. 6, 1965, Mr. Gurney: Same as H.R. 11394. Also waives 1965

pension overpayments resulting from social security increases. H.R. 11457, Oct. 6, 1965, Mr. McVicker: Same as H.R. 11394. H.R. 11585, Oct. 13, 1965, Mr. St Germain: Provides social security benefits

may be waived and not counted as income. H.R. 11601, Oct. 14, 1965, Mr. Fogarty: Same as H.R. 11585. H.R. 11604, Oct. 14, 1965, Mr. Quillen: Same as H.R. 10930. H.R. 11795, Oct. 22, 1965, Mr. Philbin: Same as H.R. 10930. H.R. 11874, Jan. 10, 1966, Mr. Craley: Provides social security payments shall

not be included as income to determine pension elegibility. H.R. 11877, Jan. 10, 1966, Mr. Cramer: Permits waiver of retirement and annu

ity payments under programs administered by the Federal Government and waiver of certain overpayments of pensions resulting from social security

amendments of 1965. H.R. 11897, Jan. 10, 1966, Mr. Horton: Restores pensions which had been reduced

or eliminated because of increases of social security benefits. H.R. 11996, Jan. 12, 1966, Mr. Skubitz: Permits the waiver of certain retire

ment or 'annuity payments under programs administered by the Federal

Government for pension eligibility: H.R. 12003, Jan. 12, 1966, Mr. Baring: Provides exclusion of social security in

determining pension eligibility. H.R. 12041, Jan. 13, 1966, Mr. Harvey: Provides that monthly social security

payments shall not be included as income. H.R. 12079, Jan. 17, 1966, Mr. Laird (by request): Same as H.R. 12041. H.R. 12080, Jan. 17, 1966, Mr. Nedzi: Protects veteran against the loss of pension

as the result of social security increase of 1965. H.R. 12203, Jan. 20, 1966, Mrs. Bolton: Restores pensions which have been

reduced because of increase of social security. H.R. 12233, Jan. 20, 1966, Mr. Goodell: Protects the veteran against the loss of

pension because of social security increase of 1965. H.R. 12271, Jan. 24, 1966, Mr. Robison: Same as H.R. 12233. H.R. 12426, Feb. 1, 1966, Mr. Morrison: Would permit disregarding of social

security increase of 1965 in computing income elgibility.

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