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Case Name Wyatt v. Stickney MH-AL-0001
Docket / Court 3195 ( M.D. Ala. )
State/Territory Alabama
Case Type(s) Mental Health (Facility)
Case Summary
On October 23, 1970, patients involuntarily confined for mental treatment purposes at Bryce Hospital in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, filed a class action lawsuit under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 against the Alabama Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation (DMH/MR) in the U.S. District Court for the ... read more >
On October 23, 1970, patients involuntarily confined for mental treatment purposes at Bryce Hospital in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, filed a class action lawsuit under 42 U.S.C. § 1983 against the Alabama Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation (DMH/MR) in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Alabama, Northern Division. The plaintiffs, represented by the American Civil Liberties Union and private counsel, asked the court for declaratory and injunctive relief, alleging that conditions at facilities operated by DMH/MR violated residents' rights under state and federal law.

In the 33-year span of this litigation, this case became one of the most celebrated mental health cases.

On March 12, 1971, the District Court (Judge Frank M. Johnson, Jr.) held that the patients were being denied their right to treatment and granted the defendants six months in which to raise the level of care at Bryce. Wyatt v. Stickney, 325 F. Supp. 781 (M.D. Ala. 1971). Judge Johnson reasoned that involuntarily committed patients "unquestionably have a constitutional right to receive such individual treatment as will give each of them a realistic opportunity to be cured or in to improve his or her mental condition." On August 12, 1971, Judge Johnson enlarged the plaintiff class to include patients involuntarily confined at Searcy Hospital and at Partlow State School and Hospital. After the defendants filed their final report, on December 10, 1971, Judge Johnson concluded that the treatment program was deficient for failing to provide (a) a humane psychological and physical environment, (b) qualified staff in number sufficient to administer adequate treatment, and (c) individualized treatment plans. Wyatt v. Stickney, 334 F. Supp. 1341 (M.D. Ala. 1971).

On April 13, 1972, the District Court (Judge Johnson) filed two opinions. In the first, Judge Johnson concluded that the plaintiffs had been denied the right of habilitation, and ordered that minimum standards had to be effectuated at the institutions immediately. Wyatt v. Stickney, 344 F. Supp. 387 (M.D. Ala. 1972). In the second, Judge Johnson issued orders establishing minimal constitutional standards for treatment of persons with mental illness and persons with mental retardation. Wyatt v. Stickney, 344 F. Supp. 373 (M.D. Ala. 1972). The defendants appealed.

On November 8, 1974, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals (Judge John Minor Wisdom) affirmed in relevant part the District Court's April 13, 1972, decisions. Wyatt v. Aderholt, 503 F.2d 1305 (5th Cir. 1974).

In June 1977, the plaintiffs succeeded in obtaining a federal court office to monitor compliance with the Wyatt standards. And on January 15, 1980, the District Court (Judge unknown) entered an order placing DMH/MR in receivership.

The parties engaged in extended negotiations and, in 1986, the parties entered into a consent decree requiring all state facilities to achieve JCAHO accreditation and Title XIX certification. On September 22, 1986, the District Court (Judge Myron H. Thompson) approved the consent decree. Wyatt v. Wallis, No. 3195-N, 1986 WL 69194 (M.D. Ala. Sept. 22, 1986). Under the consent decree, DMH/MR was required to make substantial progress in outplacing persons from state facilities, as well as to develop a system of internal advocacy and quality assurance of care.

Judge Thompson subsequently approved further consent decrees that clarified the licensing requirements, development of treatment plans, supervision of treatment at state mental health facilities, creation and modification of an expert panel, and allowed further plaintiffs to intervene. Wyatt v. Horsley, No. 3195-N (M.D. Ala. July 2, 1991); Wyatt v. King, No. 3195-N (M.D. Ala. Oct. 25, 1991); Wyatt v. King, 793 F. Supp. 1058 (M.D. Ala. 1992).

On July 22, 1991, the District Court found that Alabama's indefinite institutionalization of the involuntarily civilly committed was unconstitutional and ordered the defendants to conduct periodic post-commitment judicial reviews under certain standards. Wyatt v. King, 773 F. Supp. 1508 (M.D. Ala. 1991).

On January 23, 1993, the plaintiffs moved to enforce the 1986 consent decree, claiming that DMH/MR had failed to comply with the 1986 decree and was violating the recently enacted Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. And on December 22, 1994, the District Court (Judge Thompson) recertified the plaintiff class.

After a 35-day summary proceeding, on July 11, 1995, the District Court (Judge Thompson) granted the plaintiffs' motion for a preliminary injunction and denied the defendants' motions to disqualify the judge and to decertify the class. Wyatt v. Rogers, 892 F. Supp. 1410 (M.D. Ala. 1995). The defendants appealed. Judge Thompson held that the injunction was warranted to correct DMH/MR's failure to deal the gang activity, physical and sexual abuse on the part of staff, as well as use of improper methods to restrain children. The defendants appealed.

On August 8, 1996, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals (Judge Gerald Bald Tjoflat) dismissed the appeal. Wyatt v. Rogers, 92 F.3d 1074 (11th Cir. 1996). The Court held that the appeal was rendered moot since the facility was closed during the pendency of the appeal, negating the court's jurisdiction. The Court also set forth procedures the plaintiffs had to follow in order to obtain DMH/MR's compliance with the decree.

On October 8, 1996, the District Court (Judge Thompson) denied the plaintiffs' motion for enforcement of the consent decree. Wyatt v. Rogers, 942 F. Supp. 518 (M.D. Ala. 1996). Judge Thompson found that the plaintiffs failed to follow the procedures set forth by the Eleventh Circuit, and that plaintiffs' procedural failures precluded enforcement under the consent decree.

Subsequently, DMH/MR moved for a finding that DMH/MR had sufficiently complied with the consent decree, allowing the lawsuit to be terminated. On December 15, 1997, the District Court (Judge Thompson) granted the defendants partial release from those provisions of the consent decree with which DMH/MR had complied, and denied the plaintiffs' motion for relief other than under the 1986 consent decree. Wyatt v. Rogers, 985 F. Supp. 1356 (M.D. Ala. 1997). Analyzing the case as a whole, Judge Thompson broke the Wyatt litigation up into four phases: (1) the establishment and extension of the Wyatt standards in the early 1970's; (2) the resumption of litigation in 1975, subsequent receivership and plan of compliance; (3) the resumption of litigation in 1981 resulting in the negotiation of the consent decree, establishment the Wyatt Consultant Committee and subsequent termination of the Consultant Committee; and, (4) the resumption of litigation in 1991, intervention of further plaintiffs, defendants' motions to dismiss and plaintiffs' motions to enforce. Judge Thompson recognized 31 current Wyatt mental-illness standards, organized and addressed them by category: (1) physical living environment and custodial care; (2) personal liberties; (3) treatment and record keeping; (4) medical care; (5) use and administration of psychotropic medications; (6) protection from harm and physical safety; (7) adequate staffing and staff supervision; (8) high risk or unusually restrictive treatment; (9) seclusion and restraint; (10) treatment in the least restrictive environment appropriate and transitional services; and (11) children's services. Judge Thompson found that DMH/MR was not in compliance with Wyatt standards concerning privacy and dignity, least restrictive conditions, visitation rights, freedom from unnecessary medication, freedom from seclusion/physical restraint, physical exercise, outdoors at regular intervals, religion, human environment facilities, supervision of staff, patient treatment, individualized treatment plans, confidentiality of records, transitional treatment post-release and written notice. And Judge Thompson continued the Court's oversight of DMH/MR's compliance with those standards.

In line with the District Court's request that the parties narrow the issues still in contention, on December 9, 1998, the District Court (Judge Thompson) granted the parties' joint motion to release a list of facilities from the consent decree. Wyatt v. Rogers, No. Civ.A. 3195-N, 1998 WL 862920 (M.D. Ala. Dec. 9, 1998).

On October 1, 2000, the parties entered into a three-year settlement agreement. Under the settlement agreement, the Commissioner established work groups to develop compliance plans. And after a fairness hearing to consider a joint motion of compliance with the settlement agreement, on December 5, 2003, the District Court (Judge Thompson) terminated the lawsuit.

There is an interesting video about the suit available here: http://www.mncdd.org/parallels2/one/video/wyatt.html

Josh Altman - 06/15/2006


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Issues and Causes of Action
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Issues
General
Individualized planning
Record-keeping
Restraints : physical
Sex w/ staff; sexual harassment by staff
Staff (number, training, qualifications, wages)
Totality of conditions
Visiting
Medical/Mental Health
Medication, administration of
Mental health care, unspecified
Mental Disability
Intellectual/developmental disability, unspecified
Type of Facility
Government-run
Causes of Action 42 U.S.C. 1983
Defendant(s) Alabama Mental Health System
Plaintiff Description Patients involuntarily confined for mental treatment at Bryce Hospital in Tuscaloosa, Alabama; class was later enlarged to include patients involuntarily confined at Searcy Hospital and at Partlow State School and Hospital
Indexed Lawyer Organizations Bazelon Center
NDRN/Protection & Advocacy Organizations
Class action status sought Yes
Class action status granted Yes
Prevailing Party Plaintiff
Public Int. Lawyer Yes
Nature of Relief Injunction / Injunctive-like Private Settlement
Source of Relief Litigation
Form of Settlement Court Approved Settlement or Consent Decree
Order Duration 1972 - 2003
Case Closing Year 2003
Case Ongoing No
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Case Studies Hard Judicial Choices: Federal District Court Judges and State and Local Officials
By: Phillip J. Cooper (State University of New York: Albany)
Citation: (1988)
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  Judicial Implementation and Wyatt v. Stickney
By: Jack Drake
Citation: 32 Ala. L. Rev. 299 (1981)
[ Detail ] [ External Link ]

  Problems in Implementing the Right to Treatment in Alabama: The Wyatt v. Stickney Case
By: Stonewall B. Stickney
Citation: Hospital and Community Psychiatry, July 1974, at 453
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Docket(s)
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General Documents
Order 03/12/1971 (325 F.Supp. 781) (M.D. Ala.)
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Order 12/10/1971 (334 F.Supp. 1341) (M.D. Ala.)
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Order and Decree 04/13/1972 (344 F.Supp. 373) (M.D. Ala.)
MH-AL-0001-0005 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Order and Decree 04/13/1972 (344 F.Supp. 387) (M.D. Ala.)
MH-AL-0001-0006 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Opinion 11/08/1974 (503 F.2d 1305)
MH-AL-0001-0007 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Order 09/22/1986 (1986 WL 69194) (M.D. Ala.)
MH-AL-0001-7509 WESTLAW | LEXIS | Detail
Judgment 07/22/1991 (773 F.Supp. 1508) (M.D. Ala.)
MH-AL-0001-0011 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Memorandum Opinion and Order 05/14/1992 (793 F.Supp. 1058) (M.D. Ala.)
MH-AL-0001-0008 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Order and Preliminary Injunction 07/11/1995 (892 F.Supp. 1410) (M.D. Ala.)
MH-AL-0001-0004 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Order 10/13/1995 (169 F.R.D. 155) (M.D. Ala.)
MH-AL-0001-0013 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Order 03/22/1996 (941 F.Supp. 1100) (M.D. Ala.)
MH-AL-0001-0012 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Opinion 08/08/1996 (92 F.3d 1074)
MH-AL-0001-0002 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Order 10/08/1996 (942 F.Supp. 518) (M.D. Ala.)
MH-AL-0001-0003 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Memorandum Opinion 12/15/1997 (985 F.Supp. 1356) (M.D. Ala.)
MH-AL-0001-0001 PDF | WESTLAW| LEXIS | Detail
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Order 12/09/1998 (1998 WL 862920 / 1998 U.S.Dist.LEXIS 19347) (M.D. Ala.)
MH-AL-0001-7503 WESTLAW | LEXIS | Detail
Judges Bell, Griffin Boyette (Fifth Circuit)
MH-AL-0001-0007
Campbell, Levin Hicks (D. Mass., First Circuit)
MH-AL-0001-0002
Coleman, James Plemon (Fifth Circuit)
MH-AL-0001-0007
Johnson, Frank Minis Jr. (M.D. Ala., Fifth Circuit, Eleventh Circuit)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0009 | MH-AL-0001-0010
Roney, Paul Hitch (Eleventh Circuit)
MH-AL-0001-0002
Thompson, Myron Herbert (N.D. Ala.)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7503 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Tjoflat, Gerald Bard (M.D. Fla., Fifth Circuit, Eleventh Circuit)
MH-AL-0001-0002
Wisdom, John Minor (Fifth Circuit)
MH-AL-0001-0007
Monitors/Masters None on record
Plaintiff's Lawyers Baker, Drew P. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0002 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013
Birnbaum, Morton (New York)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0007
Boult, Reber F. Jr. (Georgia)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006
Bridge, Andrew (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013
Burnim, Ira Abraham (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0002 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7503 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Cook, Reuben Wright (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Dean, George W. (Florida)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0007 | MH-AL-0001-0009 | MH-AL-0001-0010
Drake, Jack (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0007 | MH-AL-0001-0010
Farr, Victoria Ann (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Ferleger, David (Pennsylvania)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0002 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Giliberti, Mary (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0004
Harris, Ellen (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0004
Jackson, Shelley (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0002 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013
Lichtman, James M. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7503
Lord, Sandra (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Scheier, Michael S. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003
Schlosberg, Claudia (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0002 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013
Singer, Fern (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7503
Stevens, Edward (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Sumrall, Kathryn H. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7503
Thompson, Peter G. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Tipper, Donald (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Tucker, James A. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7503
Defendant's Lawyers Agricola, Algert Swanson Jr. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-7503 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Baxley, William J. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0007 | MH-AL-0001-0010
Beck, George (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0007
Byrne, David Bryson Jr. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Campbell, Charles B. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0002 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-7503
Cerf, Christopher (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011
Christy, R. David (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Coleman, John J. III (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006
Crook, Charles M. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0007
Crosslin, Gregory Dale (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0002 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7503
Culberson, Mary Elizabeth (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013
Davidson, Patrick C. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0004
Hamlett, James Darrington (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-7503
Klein, Joel I. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Lynn, June E. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-7503
Madison, Gordon (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0010
McKinney, Ricky J. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-7503
Montiel, Mark (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Northcutt, Robert F. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0001
Phelps, Joseph D. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0009
Poundstone, R. Emmett III (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Robinson, Mindi C. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-7503
Sasser, Robert E. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013
Slaten, Clifton E. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7503
Smith, Paul M. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013
Trawick, Gary R. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-0012 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7503 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Westry, Milton J. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0004
Wood, J. Jerry (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0009 | MH-AL-0001-0010
Other Lawyers Barrick, Andrew J. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Bauman, Jeffrey D. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0007 | MH-AL-0001-0010
Bowman, Robert C. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-7503
Chen, Pamela K. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Dale, Mitchell W. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Davis, Tawana E. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0002 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7503
De Ment, Ira (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0007 | MH-AL-0001-0010
Ennis, Bruce J. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0007 | MH-AL-0001-0010
Fitzpatrick, James F. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0007 | MH-AL-0001-0010
Friedman, Paul L. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0007
Frohboese, Robinsue (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7503
Halpern, Charles R. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0007 | MH-AL-0001-0010
Herr, Stanley (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0007
Johnson, Robert H. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0007
Latham, Byrd R. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0008 | MH-AL-0001-0011 | MH-AL-0001-7509
Lee, Bill Lann (California)
MH-AL-0001-7503
Lynch, Edward (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0007
Magee, Warren E. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0007
Mercer, Shelley (California)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0007
Neimark, Sheridan (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0007
Norman, David L. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0010
Patrick, Deval L. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0013
Preston, Judith C. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0002 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7503
Sacks, Stephen M. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006 | MH-AL-0001-0010
Thornton, Cleveland (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006
Thrasher, Louis M. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0007
Troth, Rebecca K. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0002
Vanderhoof, David J.W. (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0005 | MH-AL-0001-0006
Vines, Kenneth E. (Alabama)
MH-AL-0001-0001 | MH-AL-0001-0003 | MH-AL-0001-0004 | MH-AL-0001-0007 | MH-AL-0001-0013 | MH-AL-0001-7503
Wald, Patricia McGowan (District of Columbia)
MH-AL-0001-0007

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