Morris King Udall

Morris King "Mo" Udall was an American politician who served as a U.S. Representative from Arizona from May 2, 1961 to May 4, 1991. A former professional basketball player with the Denver Nuggets during their National Basketball League period, noted for his liberal views, Udall was a tall , Lincolnesque figure with a self-deprecating wit and easy manner. Because of his wit, columnist James J. Kilpatrick deemed him "too funny to be president", which also ended up being the title of his autobiography in the 1980s. Udall earned a law degree from the University of Arizona in 1949. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Wikipedia*

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Morris King Udall has 40 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1973 Broadcast. The year with the most videos was 1988 with 18 videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 1983 with an average of 201 views per program.

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U.S. Representative, D-AZ 2nd May 2, 1961 - May 4, 1991 Videos: 39

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  • House Session

    House Session

    The House voted to suspend the rules and pass fifteen measures: H.R. 4611, to amend the National Cooperative Research Act of…

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    House Session

    The House agreed to H.Res. 338, providing for the consideration of H.R. 2570, to provide for the designation of certain…

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    House Session

    The House passed H.R. 2190, to establish national voter registration procedures for elections for federal office. The House…

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    House Session

    The House passed six bills while under suspension of the rules. One of the bills passed was H.R. 3318 which authorized the…

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    House Session

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    House Session

    The House failed to suspend the rules and pass H.R. 4646, amended, to require the Federal Savings and Loan Corporation to…

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