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January 5, 1978
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Approved For Release 2007/03/03 1981 M00980R002700020072-2 Journal - Office of Legislative Counsel Page 7 Thursday - 5 January 1978 I LEGISLATION Received a call from Elliot Maxwell, on the staff of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, who informed me he expected to provide us the Committee's redraft of Title I of the charter legislation late Monday and that he would like to meet with us to discuss the new draft on Wednesday afternoon, 11 January. I told Mr. Maxwell I would get back to him to confirm the Wednesday meeting. Mr. Maxwell then went on to reiterate that next week would be "our last chance" to provide comments on the SSCI draft charter material since he would be meeting with Senator Walter Huddleston (D., Ky.) the following week to finalize preparation of the drafts for introduction later this month. In this regard, Mr. Maxwell indicated that, absent further comment from us, Senator Huddleston, on introducing the legislation, would make a statement to the effect either that by virtue of our silence on certain provisions of the legislation we presumably supported these, or that the Agency had been provided drafts of the legislation but failed to comment on them. I told Mr. Maxwell that our failure to address any particular provision or provisions of the draft legislation should not and does not represent either acceptance or rejection of such provisions. Mr. Maxwell then said he would be discussing with Senator Huddleston the nature of any remarks which might be made when the legislation is introduced. 22. LEGISLATION Received a call from in a ice o eneral Counsel at NSA, who wanted to know our position on S. 1845, the polygraph bill. 23. HEARING Attended a briefing of Chairman John Culver, senate rme Services Subcommittee on Legislation, on Soviet civil defense.. (See Memo for the Record) 24. I 1 LIAISON Took a call from Mike Glennon, Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on:International Operations staff, who inquired as to the whereabouts of his notes on Chile, the Phillipines, and Taiwan. The notes were located and Mr. Glennon was informed that they would be delivered by courier tomorrow morning. 25. I LIAISON Dan Hardway; staff of the House Select Committee on Assassinations, reviewed a folder provided by Russ Holmes, CI Staff, and requested originals of a number of documents. Mr. Holmes has been tasked with this action. Z1. Approved For Release 2007/03/03: CIA-RDP81 M00980R002700020072-2