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NOW News Bay Area Chapter, October 1981 - Page 10. October 1981. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 5, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/5887/show/5884.

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, October 1981
Publisher National Organization for Women, Bay Area Chapter
Date October 1981
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Transcript Page12 1. INFANT FORMULA: Zabiocki (D-Wis.) motion to pass a resolution expressing displeasure at the U.S. vote against a marketing code for infant formulas which was adopted by the World Health Organization. In addition, the motion would urge the Reagan administration to inform the WHO of the U.S.'s willingness to comply with the code. Passed 301-100 on June 16, 1981. A vote for is a +; a vote against is a -. 2. LESBIAN AND GAY RIGHTS: McDonald (D- Ga.) amendment to the Legal Services Corporation Reauthorization (HR 3480) that would prohibit the bS€ from funding any cases that "promote, defend or pro- tectM homosexuals. Passed 281-124 on June 18,1981. A vote for is a—; a vote against is a +. WOMEN'S POLITICAL TIMES August 1981 3l ABORTION. Sensenorenner (R-Wis.) amendment to the Legal Services Corporation Reauthorization (HR 3480) that would prohibit the LSC from giving legal advice on abortion laws. Rejected 160-242 on June 18, 1981. A vote for is a -; a vote against is a +. 4. ABORTION: Ashbrook (R-Ohio) amendment to the Fiscal Year 1981 Supplemental Appropriations bill (HR 3512) that would prohibit any funds appropriated by the Act to pay for abortions under Federal employees health plans. Passed 242-155 on May 13, 1981. A vote for is a —; a vote against is a +., 5. FY82 BUDGET: Rules vote, a procedural vote that would have divided the budget-cutting proposal, thus TEXAS 1. Hall.S.(D) 2. Wilson (D) 3. Collins (R) 4. Hall, R. ID) 5. Mattox(D) 6. Gramm(D) ' 7. Archer (R) 8. Fields (R) 9. Brooks (D) 10. Pickle (D) U 11- Leath(D) 12. Wright (D) 13. Hightower (D) 14.'Patman(D) 15. de la Garza (D) 16. White (D) 17. Stenholm(D) 18. Leland(D) , 19. Hance(D) 20. Gonzalez (D) 21. Loeffler(R) 22. Paul(R) 23. Kazen(D) 24. Frost (D) forcing House members to vote on specific spending I cuts rather than voting only once on the entire spending I cut* package. The motion lost 210-217. A vote for is a ( a vote against is a -. ! 6. FY82 BUDGET: Latta (R-Ohio) amendment to ' , substitute Administration-backed spending cuts packages, proposed by the Democratic controlled committees. Passed 217-211. A vote for a vote against is a +. Roll Call votes were compiled from the Congressional Record and the Congressional Quarterly: Weekly Report. 1. ABORTION: Helms (R-NQ amendment to the Fiscal Year 1981 Supplemental Appropriations bill (HR 3512) to prohibit federal \\m<\% for abortions under Medicaid, except in cases of life fcfrdattgeffftetit. Previously, Medicaid funded abortions were permitted in cases of life endangerment, promptly reported rape and incest. Passed 52-43 on May 21, 1981. A vote for is a -; a vote against is a +. 2. INFANT FORMULA: fcurenburger (R-MN) amendment to the State Department Authorization bill (S. 1193) expressing displeasure over the U.S. vote against an international code-for marketing infant formulas which was adopted by the World Health Organization. Passed 89-2 en June 18, 1981. A vote for is a +; a vote against is a -. Roll call votes were compiled from the Congressional Record and the Congressional Quarterly: Weekly Report. TEXAS Tower (R) Bentston (D) A +