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Harris County Women's Political Caucus, February 1974 - page 6. February 1974. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 7, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1601/show/1594.

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Date February 1974
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  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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Transcript page 6 A REMINDER ABOUT LAST MONTH'S REMINDER Please pay your dues. Or waive your dues. Or half-waive your dues. But get your name on our membership list. A new membership list of 197U members is being compiled to determine our representation on the TWPC Policy Council. The new list will also be the mailing list for this newsletter, beginning with the May issue. Fill out the form at the end of this newsletter. THE LETTER BAG The well-financed, intense lobbying efforts of the so-called "right-to-life" forces must be met by everyone dedicated to freedom of choice. The hard-fought right to control our own bodies that was won through the January 1973 Supreme Court decision is in danger of being lost, bit by bit. Did you know that a new amendment to the Public Health Services Act allows federally funded hospitals to refuse to perform abortions? That 16 legislatures have already passed resolutions calling for a constitutional amendment banning abortion, and that I4.3 states are considering legislation against unrestricted abortions? The anti-abortion forces appear to be making headway in Congress as well, which makes it imperative that everyone write his/her senators and representatives. The following is as sample letter by Sarah Weddington, which gives the three main issues that your representatives will be voting on soon. Please write your own letter, in your own words; identical letters are often ignored. Correct forms of address: Senators: The Honorable United States Senate Washington, D.C. 20510 Members of the House of Representatives: The Honorable House of Representatives Washington, D.C. 20515 Dear Senator (or Representative ) I am writing to you urging that you take several actions with regard to family planning, sterilization, and abortion.