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Scope and Content
FOIA 2014-0138-F contains materials related to Elizabeth Ann Warren.
This FOIA primarily contains invitations, reports, testimony, lists, announcements, requests, articles, letters, fact sheets, fax cover sheets, printed emails, and press releases. The textual materials consist of background information, published reports, and articles regarding Presidential Libraries; a letter regarding a book written by Elizabeth Warren; and a letter to Senators Specter and Leahy from professors of bankruptcy and commercial law regarding the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005. Electronic records include upcoming hearing lists for which Elizabeth Warren provided testimony, such as the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Bankruptcy Reform, the Senate Banking Committee hearing on Credit Cards, the Senate Finance Committee hearing on the Economy, the Joint Economic Committee hearing on Middle Class Families’ Economic Issues, the House Judiciary Committee hearing on the Mortgage Crisis and the Economy, and the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Credit Cards and Bankruptcy. In addition, one will find invitations to events that Elizabeth Warren spoke at, including events and conferences put on by the Center for American Progress. Also covered in this request are articles with general commentary, Senate amendments regarding bankruptcy reform, an invitation to speak at the Advisory Committee on Economic Inclusion, requests to furnish witnesses for Congressional hearings, and the announcement of the appointments to the Congressional Oversight Panel on the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), of which Elizabeth Warren was the chair person. Lastly, invitations to a Harvard panel discussion entitled "Understanding the Crisis in the Markets: A Panel of Harvard Experts" are present.
8 folders, approximately 608 pages / 906 assets
Official records of George W. Bush’s presidency are housed at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum and administered by the National Archives and Records Administration under the provisions of the Presidential Records Act.