A congressional leader who has contributed to such laws as the Clean Air Act, nutritional labels on food, and smoking bans on airplanes describes how landmark legislation is created while offering insight into the process through which Congress operates.
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Introduction 1. The early years The art of making laws 2. California State Assembly to Congressional Subcommittee Chairman 3. HIV/AIDS and the Ryan White Act 4. The Orphan Drug Act 5. The Clean Air Act 6. Nutrition labeling and dietary supplements 7. Pesticides and food The art of oversight 8. Fraud, waste, and abuse 9. The Tobacco Wars 10. Steroids and Major League Baseball Conclusion Acknowledgements - Index.