Michael H. Moscow

Remarks by Michael H. Moskow Before The National Association of Manufacturers Industrial Relations Council

by Michael H. Moscow September 30, 2009 Uncategorized
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Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability: Before the Food and Drug Administration: Drained Weights for Processed Fruits and Vegetables

by Michael H. Moscow May 12, 1976 Food and Drug Administration

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (“Council”) hereby submits its comments on the proposal of the Commissioner of Food and Drugs {“FDA”} to adopt regulations to require label declarations of the drained weight of all canned fruit and vegetable products. In addition, minimum average drained weight requirements are being proposed for almost four-fifths of […]

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Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability Before the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System: Interest on Deposits Pooling of Funds

by Michael H. Moscow May 10, 1976 Board of Governers of the Federal Reserve System

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (“Council “) hereby submits its comments on the proposals made by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (“FDIC”) and the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System (“FRB”) which would restrict payment of negotiated rates of interest on pooled time deposits of $100,000 or more. (See 41 FR […]

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Memorandum: Steel Symposium on December 16, 1975

by Michael H. Moscow April 26, 1976 Uncategorized

In September 1975, the Council released a Staff Report on Steel Prices which aroused considerable interest and controversy. Because the conclusions of this report, especially in regard to future capacity needs as well as industry pricing behavior and import policy, were questioned by several representatives of the steel industry, the Council staff scheduled a symposium […]

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Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability: Before the Department of Interior: Proposed Procedures Competitive Coal Leasing

by Michael H. Moscow April 16, 1976 Department of Interior

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (“Council “) hereby submits its comments to the Department of the Interior (“DOI”) about certain proposed DOI regulations. Those regulations concern procedures for competitive coal leasing; they were published in a Federal Register notice of March 16, 1976 (41 FR 11035)…

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Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability: Beofore the Interstate Commerce Commission: Findings of Market Dominance

by Michael H. Moscow April 15, 1976 Interstate Commerce Commission

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (“Council”) hereby submits its comments to the Interstate Commerce Commission (“Commission”) concerning criteria for a finding of “market dominance” under the Railroad Revitalization and Regulatory Reform Act of 1976 (“RRRR Act”)…

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Council on Wage and Price Stability: Data Needs for State and Local Government Employees Compensation

by Michael H. Moscow April 4, 1976 Federal Register Document

On March 31, 1976, the Council on Wage and Price Stability announced that it would conduct a study of data on state and local government employee compensation with the dual purpose of identifying what data are available and recommending what more are needed to provide an accurate picture of compensation trends in the public sector […]

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Ophthalmic Comment of the Council on Wage and Price Stability: Before the Federal Trade Commission: Proposed Trade Regulation Rule Regarding Avertising of Ophthalmic Goods and Services

by Michael H. Moscow April 2, 1976 Federal Trade Commission

On January 16, 1976 and April 2, 1976, the Federal Trade Commission (“Commission”) issued proposed regulations concerning the advertising of ophthalmic goods and services (41 ~ 2399 and 41 FR 14194). The proposed regulations are intended to eliminate certain restrictions that now prevent providers of eye care (ophthalmologists, optometrists, and opticians) from advertising their goods […]

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Council on Wage and Price Stability: Impact of Government Regulation on the Steel Industry

by Michael H. Moscow March 31, 1976 Federal Register Document

On February 25, 1976, the Council on Ware and Price Stability announced its intention to study- the total impact of federal regulation upon the domestic steel manufacturing industry. This FEDERAL REGISTER notice is to announced the date, time and place of a public meeting where interested parties are invited to present their views…

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Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability: Before the Civil Aeronautics Board: Advance Booking Charters

by Michael H. Moscow March 19, 1976 Civil Aeronautics Board

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (“Council”) hereby submits its comments on the proposal by the Civil Aeronautics Board (“Board”) to adopt a new Part 371 of its Special Regulations establishing a class of domestic and international charter service designated as “Advance Booking Charters” (ABCs). The Board has also proposed implementing necessary conforming amendments […]

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Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability: Before the Consumer Product Safety Commission: Architectural Glazing Materials

by Michael H. Moscow March 12, 1976 Consumer Product Safety Commission

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (“Council”) hereby submits its comments to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (“CPSC”) on CPSC’s proposed Architectural Glazing Materials Safety Standard. This proposed standard was published in the February 11, 1976 issue of the Federal Register (41 FR 617B), with an invitation for interested parties to submit comments by […]

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Statement by Michael H. Moskow Before the Senate Budget Committee

by Michael H. Moscow February 26, 1976 COWPS (inflation matters)

Traditionally inflation has been viewed as a problem that occurs in the advanced stage of an economic expansion. This belief sprang from a notion that the primary cause of inflation was excessive demands for goods and services relative to the existing productive capacity of the economy. In other words. inflation was a reflection of labor […]

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Remarks By Michael H. Moskow Before the National Conference on EEE Issues of the National Environmental Development Associaiton: “Environmental Regulatoin: Costs and Benefits”

by Michael H. Moscow February 24, 1976 Environmental Protection Agency

The interest of the Council on Wage and Price Stability in environmental and other regulation is directly related to the three “E’s” of· this conference, economic, environmental and energy matters. Both the Council and your organization are dedicated to a common cause — the proper balance of key issues in determining public policy. Putting the […]

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Remarks by Michael H. Moskow Before the Conference Board: “Environmental Regulation: At What Cost”

by Michael H. Moscow February 5, 1976 Environmental Protection Agency

The question I have been asked to address today is, “what ought we be willing to pay for environmental protection?” I am tempted to answer by saying that what we should pay depends on what environmental protection is worth to us. I don’t mean that to be flippant, I mean simply that environmental protection has […]

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Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability: Before the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Price Support Program For Milk

by Michael H. Moscow February 4, 1976 U.S. Department of Agriculture

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (“Council”) hereby submits its comments to the Department of Agriculture (“USDA”) on the price support program for milk. The Secretary of Agriculture is currently considering the terms and conditions of the price support program for milk for the 1976-1977 marketing year beginning April 1, 1976. Under the Agricultural […]

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Council Designates Consumer Liaison

by Michael H. Moscow February 2, 1976 Council on Wage and Price Stability

Michael H. Moskow, Director of the Council on Wage and Price Stability (COWPS), announced today that William Lilley III, Deputy Director of COWPS, has been designated as the Council’s consumer liaison. Mr. Lilley’s role is in accordance with the President’s directive for each agency to have a consumer representative and liaison…

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Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability Concerning the Private Express Statutes

by Michael H. Moscow January 16, 1976 United States Postal Service

By Notice of Inquiry dated OCtober 22, 1975, the Postal Rate Commission (“Commission”) initiated a proceeding concerning the regulations implementing the Private Express Statutes.  This notice appeared in the Federal Register on October 29, 1975 …

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Memorandum to Correspondents: Interim Report on Baked Goods and Cereals

by Michael H. Moscow January 13, 1976 Uncategorized

In April 1975 the Council on Wage and Price Stability initiated a study of the breakfast cereals and bakery products industries in order to determine if competitive forces were operating with sufficient vigor to translate reductions in basic commodities prices — wheat, corn, and sugar in particular — into reduced prices for bread, cookies, crackers, cakes, rolls, and breakfast cereals. […]

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Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability: Before the Food and Drug Administration: Whole Blood and Red Blood Cells

by Michael H. Moscow January 13, 1976 Federal Drug Administration

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (the “Council”) hereby submits its comments on the proposal of the Commissioner of Food and Drugs (FDA) to adopt regulations to require that whole blood and red blood cells bear: (l) a statement distinguishing blood from volunteer donors and blood from paid donors. and (2) a warning that blood collected from paid donor’s […]

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Council on Wage and Price Stability: Final Rulemaking- Inflationary Activities in Public and Private Sectors

by Michael H. Moscow December 23, 1975 COWPS (inflation matters)

Attached is a copy of the Council’s final rulemaking regarding the procedures for issuance of subpoenas and of orders requiring periodic reports.  The regulations also set for the procedures for requesting data from other government agencies and for confidential treatment of data submitted to the Council… On October 10, 1975, the Council on Wage and Price […]

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