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Finding Aid for the Anthony C. Beilenson Papers, 1963-1997
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Description
Anthony Charles Beilenson was born on Oct. 26, 1932 in New Rochelle, NY; BA, Harvard Univ., 1954; LL.B, Harvard Univ. Law School, 1957; admitted to CA bar in 1957, and began practice in Beverly Hills; worked as counsel, CA State Assembly Committee on Finance and Insurance, 1960; served in CA State Assembly, 1963-66; served in CA State Senate, 1967-76, where he chaired the Senate Committee on Health and Welfare (1968-74) and the Senate Finance Committee (1975-76); authored more than 200 state laws, including the Therapeutic Abortion Act of 1967, the Auto Repair Fraud Act of 1971, and the Funeral Reform Act of 1971; served as a Democrat in the US House of Representatives, 1977-97; became chair of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (1989-90), and served on the House Budget Committee (1988-94), and the House Rules Committee; did not stand as a candidate for re-election in 1996.
Background
Anthony Charles Beilenson was born on Oct. 26, 1932 in New Rochelle, NY; BA, Harvard Univ., 1954; LL.B, Harvard Univ. Law School, 1957; admitted to CA bar in 1957, and began practice in Beverly Hills; worked as counsel, CA State Assembly Committee on Finance and Insurance, 1960; served in CA State Assembly, 1963-66; served in CA State Senate, 1967-76, where he chaired the Senate Committee on Health and Welfare (1968-74) and the Senate Finance Committee (1975-76); authored more than 200 state laws, including the Therapeutic Abortion Act of 1967, the Auto Repair Fraud Act of 1971, and the Funeral Reform Act of 1971; served as a Democrat in the US House of Representatives, 1977-97; became chair of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (1989-90), and served on the House Budget Committee (1988-94), and the House Rules Committee; did not stand as a candidate for re-election in 1996.
Extent
296 boxes (84 linear ft.) 39 cartons (39 linear ft.) 4 oversize boxes.
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