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[Oct. '00 Interim Cong. Dir.] PERIODICALS REPRESENTED IN PRESS GALLERIES...
<DOC> [Page 951-979] [[Page 951]] PRESS GALLERIES* SENATE PRESS GALLERY The Capitol, Room S-316, phone 224-0241 Director.--Robert E. Petersen, Jr. Deputy Director.--S. Joseph Keenan Media Coordinators: Merri I. Baker James D. Saris Wendy A. Oscarson Laura E. Lytle HOUSE PRESS GALLERY The Capitol, Room H-315, phone 225-3945, 225-6722 Superintendent.--Jerry L. Gallegos Deputy Superintendent.--Justin J. Supon Assistant Superintendents: Emily A. Taylor Cris S. McAllister Charles S. Fuqua Diane M. Davidson STANDING COMMITTEE OF CORRESPONDENTS Tabassum Zakaria, Reuters, Chairwoman Craig Gilbert, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Secretary John M. Diamond, The Associated Press Elizabeth Palmer, Congressional Quarterly Kathy Kiely, USA Today __________ RULES GOVERNING PRESS GALLERIES 1. Administration of the press galleries shall be vested in a Standing Committee of Correspondents elected by accredited members of the galleries. The Committee shall consist of five persons elected to serve for terms of two years. Provided, however, that at the election in January 1951, the three candidates receiving the highest number of votes shall serve for two years and the remaining two for one year. Thereafter, three members shall be elected in odd-numbered years and two in even-numbered years. Elections shall be held in January. The Committee shall elect its own chairman and secretary. Vacancies on the Committee shall be filled by special election to be called by the Standing Committee. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- *Information is based on data furnished and edited by each respective gallery. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2. Persons desiring admission to the press galleries of Congress shall make application in accordance with Rule 34 of the House of Representatives, subject to the direction and control of the Speaker and Rule 33 of the Senate, which rules shall be interpreted and administered by the Standing Committee of Correspondents, subject to the review and an approval by the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration. 3. The Standing Committee of Correspondents shall limit membership in the press galleries to bona fide correspondents of repute in their profession, under such rules as the Standing Committee of Correspondents shall prescribe. 4. Provided, however, that the Standing Committee of Correspondents shall admit to the galleries no person who does not establish to the satisfaction of the Standing Committee all of the following: (a) That his or her principal income is obtained from news correspondence intended for publication in newspapers entitled to second-class mailing privileges. [[Page 952]] (b) That he or she is not engaged in paid publicity or promotion work or in prosecuting any claim before Congress or before any department of the government, and will not become so engaged while a member of the galleries. (c) That he or she is not engaged in any lobbying activity and will not become so engaged while a member of the galleries. 5. Members of the families of correspondents are not entitled to the privileges of the galleries. 6. The Standing Committee of Correspondents shall propose no change or changes in these rules except upon petition in writing signed by not less than 100 accredited members of the galleries. The above rules have been approved by the Committee on Rules and Administration. J. Dennis Hastert, Speaker of the House of Representatives. Mitch McConnell, Chairman, Senate Committee on Rules and Administration. [[Page 953]] MEMBERS ENTITLED TO ADMISSION PRESS GALLERIES Abbott, Charles J.: Reuters Abrahms, Doug: Bridge News Abramowitz, Michael: Washington Post Abrams, James R.: Associated Press Abramson, Jill: New York Times Abse, Nathan: Washington Post Abu-Nasr, Donna: Associated Press Achenbach, Joel: Washington Post Adair, William R.: St. Petersburg Times Adams, Lorraine: Washington Post Adams, Rebecca: CQ Daily Monitor Adcock, Beryl L.: Knight-Ridder Newspapers Agres, Theodore J.: Washington Times Al-Sowayel, Naila: Saudi Press Agency Albright-Hanna, Kate: Yomiuri Shimbun Aldinger, Charles: Reuters Alexander, Andrew: Cox Newspapers Alexander, Annie: Bridge News Alfroy, Philippe: Agence France-Presse Allen, Henry: Washington Post Allen, Victoria L.: Reuters Alonso-Zaldivar, Ricardo: Los Angeles Times Alpert, Bruce S.: New Orleans Times-Picayune Alvarez, Indalecio: Agence France-Presse Alvarez, Lizette: New York Times Alzaid, Faisal: Kuwait News Agency Ambrose, Jay: Scripps Howard News Service Anason, Dean C.: American Banker Anderson, Curt L.: Associated Press Anderson, David E.: Newhouse News Service Anderson, James P.: German Press Agency - DPA Anderson, Mark: Dow Jones News Services Anderson, Nick: Los Angeles Times Anderson, Paul L.: Congressional Quarterly Anderson, Roger D.: Scripps Howard News Service Ando, Kiyoshi: Nikkei Andrejczak, Matt: American Banker Andrews, Caesar: Gannett News Service Angle, Martha: CQ Daily Monitor Anklam, Jr., Fred: USA Today Anthan, George P.: Des Moines Register Aoki, Masaaki: Kyodo News Service Archer, Kim: Dow Jones News Services Archibald, George H.: Washington Times Armijo, Patrick: Albuquerque Journal Arnett, Elsa C.: Knight-Ridder Newspapers Arnold, John J.: Associated Press Arnold, Laurence: Associated Press Arora, C.K.: United News of India Arthur, William: Bloomberg News Asch, Kim: Washington Times Asher, Julie L.: Catholic News Service Asher, Robert L.: Washington Post Aslam, Abid H.: Inter Press Service Aslan, Ali: Zaman Asseo, Laurie: Associated Press Atallah, Ayda: London Financial Times Atkinson, David: Defense Daily Atkinson, Lawrence R.: Washington Post Atlas, Terry: Chicago Tribune Aukofer, Frank A.: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Aulston, Von: New York Times Austin, Janet: Congressional Quarterly Aversa, Jeannine: Associated Press Azoulay-Katz, Orly: Yedioth-Ahronoth Azpiazu, Maria L.: EFE News Service Babcock, Charles R.: Washington Post Babic, Marco S.: Market News Service Babington, Charles: Washington Post Bacon, John: USA Today Baer, Susan: Baltimore Sun Baker, Donald P.: Washington Post Baker, Gerard: London Financial Times Baker, Peter: Washington Post Baldor, Lolita: New Haven Register Balman, Jr., Sid: United Press International Balog, Kathleen: Bridge News Balz, Daniel J.: Washington Post Banales, Jorge: EFE News Service Banks, Adelle M.: Newhouse News Service Barancik, Scott: American Banker Barber, Ben: Washington Times Barfield, Deborah: Newsday Barkdoll, Clinton: Federal Filings Business News Barker, Jeffrey N.: Arizona Republic Barnes, Esmeralda: Education Daily Barnett, James C.: Oregonian Barr, Gary S.: Washington Post Barrett, Greg: Gannett News Service Barrett, Terrence A.: Bloomberg News Barrett-Stokes, Jeanette: Gannett News Service Barron, Walter J.: CQ Daily Monitor Bart, Aaron: Yomiuri Shimbun Bartash, Jeffry: CBS MarketWatch Barton, Paul C.: Gannett News Service Bashir, Mustafa A.: Saudi Press Agency
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