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Title Harris County Women's Political Caucus, February 1974
Publisher Harris County Women's Political Caucus
Date February 1974
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  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Women--Political activity--Texas--Harris County--Periodicals.
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Transcript page 3 WOMEN'S ADVOCATE A delegation from the HCWPC met with Mayor Fred Hofheinz recently to discuss the status of the Office of the Women's Advocate. The Caucus members emphasized the importance to women of establishing the office as soon as possible. Mayor Hofheinz explained that some of the details needed to be worked out but that resumes were being reviewed and interviews would be set up within two weeks. Watch for an announcement of our new Women's Advocate. CONSTITUTIONAL REVISION The Legislative Committee of the TWPC is lobbying on four issues: removal of the welfare ceiling, re-wording of the homestead provision to include single persons, opposition to an anti-abortion amendment, and support of the Constitutional Commission's language regarding appointments to insure that they be equitable with regard to sex, race, and economic status, as well as geographic distribution within the state. Chairperson Jane Hickey was testifying last week concerning the language regarding appointments. Jane and other members will also be testifying in the future as the subjects come up. CONSCIOUSNESS RAISING Cilia Estrada and Olga Soliz met with Luis Cano of Channel 13 to discuss with him the need for greater visibility of Mexican- American women on his program "Mexican-American Viewpoint." Our members stressed the important impact on the community, especially women, of the appearance of active women on television. HCWPC MEETING TUESDAY MARCH 12 7:30 P.M. HTA II4.15 S0UTHM0RE Billie Carr, Democratic Committeewoman from Texas, will tell us how to do it at our next meeting. Billie will be fresh from a meeting in Washington, D.C. and will fill us in on the new rules of the Democratic party. These are the rules that will be used in the precinct conventions held after the upcoming May primaries. We need to be familiar with these rules and precinct convention