William Lilley

Comments of the Council on Wage and Price Stability Before the Occupational Safety and Health Administration: Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Agriculture

by William Lilley October 4, 2009 Occupational Safety and Health Administration

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (“Council”) hereby submits its comments to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) concerning a proposed rulemaking which would require certain sanitary facilities for employees engaged in agricultural work in the field…

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Answer of the Council on Wage and Price Stability in Support of Motion for an Expedited Hearing

by William Lilley November 22, 1978 Civil Aeronautics Board

  Pursuant to Rule 18 (a-2) of the Civil Aeronautics Board’s (CAB’s or Board’s) Rules of Practice, the Council on Wage and Price Stability (Council) hereby submits its answer in support of the motion of Midway Airlines, Inc. (Midway) for an expedited hearing on its application for a certificate of public convenience and necessity authorizing […]

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Letter to the Director, Commodity Operations Division

by William Lilley March 4, 1977 Department of Agriculture

Dear Sir: This is 1n response to the call for comments published in the May 14, 1976 1ssue of the Federal Register concerning the terms and conditions of the Department’s price support programs for milk, for the second quarter (July l – September 30) of the 1976-77 marketing year.

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Council’s Analysis of the Collective Bargaining Agreement Between the UAW and GM, Ford and Chrysler

by William Lilley January 13, 1977 Uncategorized

  Attached is the Council’s analysis of the collective bargaining agreement between the United Auto Workers and General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler. The important points to notice in this report are:     1) The Council’s estimate of the total cost of the agreement, based on all analysis of the cost to all three companies, […]

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Testimony Before the Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs – US Senate

by William Lilley December 14, 1976 Senate Committee in Banking Housing and Urban Affairs

Good morning. My name is William Lilley III. I am Acting Director of the Council on Wage and Price Stability and I· am pleased to have the opportunity to participate in this inquiry into the activities of The Council and, more generally, the effectiveness of various approaches to wage and price stabilization. With me today are Robert […]

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Preliminary Staff Report on the December 1 Steel Price Increase

by William Lilley December 2, 1976 Uncategorized

Between November 24 and November 29, 1976 the nine largest U.S. steel producers announced 6-7 percent increases in the list prices of sheet steel products, to become effective on December 1,1976. These products are an important ingredient in such major consumer purchases as new automobiles and household appliances. The Council on Wage and Price Stability has […]

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Before the Interstate Commerce Commission: SEPARATE RATES FOR DISTINCT RAIL SERVICES

by William Lilley November 24, 1976 Interstate Commerce Commission

  The Council on Wage and Price Stability (Council) hereby submits its comments to the Interstate Commerce Commission (Commission) concerning the establishment of expeditious procedures for permitting the publication of separate rates for “distinct rail services.” The establishment of such expeditious procedures is required by the Railroad Revitalization and Regulatory Reform Act of 1976 [4R […]

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Interim Regulations on the Acquisition, Alteration or Renovation of Facilities for Multipurpose Senior Centers

by William Lilley November 9, 1976 Department of Health Education and Welfare

On September 19, 1976, the Administration on Aging of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) announced interim regulations for implementing certain provisions of Sections 501-505 of Title V of the Older Americans Comprehensive Services Amendment of 1973 (Public Law 93-29, 41, 38612). These interim rules will be in effect until final rules are promulgated on […]

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Proposed Regulations Governing State Underground Injection Control Programs

by William Lilley October 27, 1976 Environmental Protection Agency

  On August 31, 1976, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed regulations to assure that underground drinking water sources used now or in the future by public water systems are not endangered as a result of underground injection of contaminants (41 FR 36730). These regulations, governing State underground injection control (UIC) programs, were proposed pursuant […]

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TO THE MEMBERS AND ADVISER MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL ON WAGE AND PRICE STABILITY: 1977 AUTOMOBILE PRICES

by William Lilley October 27, 1976 Uncategorized

  In an effort to help the public understand better how the market is operating with regard to the prices of key consumer items, the Council has prepared an in-depth comparative analysis of the prices of 1977 model-year passenger cars. The report analyzes the following critical issues: *how factor cost increases announced by the four […]

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Before the Federal Trade Commission: Used Motor Vehicle Comments

by William Lilley October 21, 1976 Federal Trade Commission

  Regulations proposed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) concerning the sale of used motor vehicles were largely supported today by the Council on Wage and Price Stability. The proposed regulations would require used car dealers to supply a disclosure statement containing information about: (a) the make, model, and year of manufacture of the vehicle; […]

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OPENING STATEMENT BY COUNCIL ON WAGE AND PRICE STABILITY, PUBLIC HEARING ON HEALTH CARE COSTS

by William Lilley October 14, 1976 Uncategorized

  Welcome to the hearings on Health Care Costs of the Council on Wage and Price Stability. Rising health care costs are a vital public policy issue facing our nation today. A first series of public hearings on this subject was held during the summer in New York, Chicago and San Francisco. Due to the […]

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OPENING STATEMENT BY WILLIAM LILLEY III, ACTING DIRECTOR COUNCIL ON WAGE AND PRICE STABILITY AT THE COUNCIL’S PUBLIC HEARING ON HEALTH CARE COSTS PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA

by William Lilley October 14, 1976 Uncategorized

Good Morning: Welcome to the hearings on Health Care Costs of the Council on Wage and Price Stability. Rising health care costs are a vital public policy issue facing our nation today. A first series of public hearings on this subject was held during the summer in New York, Chicago and San Francisco. Due to […]

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Before the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare: Infant and Junior Foods Establishment of Common or Usual Name

by William Lilley October 13, 1976 Food and Drug Administration

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (Council) hereby submits its comments on two regulations proposed by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regarding ingredient labeling of infant food: (1) Infant and Junior Foods, Establishment of Common or Usual Name (41 FR 37593, September 7, 1976), and (2) Infant Food, Percentage Declaration of Ingredients (41 […]

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Council Reacts to FDA Baby Food Label Requirements

by William Lilley October 13, 1976 Food and Drug Administration

Proposed regulations by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requiring percentage ingredient labeling of baby food were the subject of a filing today by the Council on Wage and Price Stability (Council). Supporting the concept of improved information for consumers, the Council called attention to several difficulties in FDA’s rules and urged that evidence of […]

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

by William Lilley October 7, 1976 Civil Aeronautics Board

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (Council) hereby submits its comments on the request of Eastern Air Lines, Inc. (Eastern) to hold discussions of future commercial aircraft. The Council has examined this proposal and has concluded that its effects would be anticompetitive, inflationary, and not in the public interest. Thus, the Council recommends that […]

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Before the Civil Aeronautics Board, Comments of the Council on Wage and Stability

by William Lilley October 7, 1976 Civil Aeronautics Board

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (Council) hereby submits its comments on the request of Eastern Air Lines, Inc.  (Eastern) to hold discussions with other air carriers regarding joint procurement of future commercial aircraft. The Council has examined this proposal and has concluded that its effects would be anticompetitive, inflationary, and not in the […]

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Tentative Witness List for Philadelphia Hearings on Health Care Costs

by William Lilley October 7, 1976 Uncategorized

Hearings on rising health care costs to be held by the Council on Wage and Price Stability in Philadelphia on October 14 and 15 will feature testimony on why these costs have risen and what is being done by companies, unions, and health care providers to find innovative ways to stem these increases. Among those […]

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BEFORE THE SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION : ELIGIBLE SECURITIES DISSEMINATION OF QUOTATIONS

by William Lilley October 6, 1976 Securities and Exchange Commission

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (Council) hereby submits its comments on regulations proposed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC or Commission) which would require national securities exchanges to collect from their specialists, and national securities associations to collect from third market makers, quotations in eligible securities for dissemination to quotation vendors (see […]

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PROCEDURES IN MOTOR CARRIER APPLICATION PROCEEDINGS WHERE FOR-HIRE CARRIAGE IS SUBSTITUTED FOR PROPRIETARY OPERATIONS

by William Lilley September 29, 1976 Interstate Commerce Commission

The Council on Wage and Price Stability (Council) hereby submits its comments to the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC or Commission) concerning the petition of Herman Brothers, Inc. (H-B Petition), a motor common carrier of bulk commodities which seeks the establishment of an expedited procedure for the granting of motor carrier operating authority in instances where […]

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