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May 27, 1976
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Approved For Release 2006/10/12 : CIA-RDP78MO266OR000300040003-9 (DEN I A L Journal - Office of .Legislative Counsel Thursday - 27 May 1976 Page 3 10. I I LEGISLATION Called at NSA, to alert him to H. R. 214. asked if we could send him a copy of the bill so he could review it. 11. I LEGISLATION I called the Administrative Practice and Procedure Subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary Committee and ascertained that no action was planned in the near future on. S. 1210, a bill. which amends the Freedom of Information Act. 12. I (LIAISON I called Cliff Hackett, House International Relations Committee staff, to advise him that on 26 May I had left the paper on Italy with Jack Brady, on the Committee staff, who said that he would notify Representatives Stephen J. Solarz (R. , N. Y.) and Leo J. Ryan (D., Calif.) that the paper was available for them to read since Hackett had been out of the office that day. I also told Hackett that we had no objection to his reading the paper. 13. 1 1 LIAISON I called Jack Brady, House International Relations Committee staff, and told him that I had reviewed the transcripts of the briefings of the Subcommittee on Oversight and that none of them mentioned the country which Representative Michael Harrington (D. , Mass.) was interested in. He indicated that he would refer the matter to Marian Czarnecki, Chief of Staff of the Committee, upon Czarnecki's return 1 June. 14. 1 LIAISON I called George Kroloff, on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee staff, and told him that we had 200 25X1 made a brief check but were unable to determine if we had any information with. respect to Algerian communications /computer law without making a complete check which would take considerable work and time. I suggested that he might want to check with the State Department. I also told him that we would be happy to take an informal look at his paper on international communications when he had it ready if he so desired. 15.1 LIAISON I delivered to the Administrative 25X .q C. 1-1 . , Ala. ) an Agency response to an Assistant to Senator arr. inquiry by a constituent, and orally briefed hirn. on some 25X additional back ground on who was mentioned in the inquiry. 25X