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Harris County Women's Political Caucus, February 1974 - page 8. 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/1596.

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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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  • Newsletters
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Transcript page 8 and retirement benefits. As Rep. Jordan told guests at the recent HCWPC fundraiser, the woman who cares for children, who irons, who cleans house, is entitled to the same benefits held by other working people. Write your congresspersons to urge favorable action on this bill. FLEXIBLE HOURS EMPLOYMENT ACT The Flexible Hours Employment Act (S2022) introduced by Sen. John Tunney would define part-time work as a permanent, responsible position with standard civil service protections and prorated fringe benefits. The bill would further require the Secretary of Labor to promote the expansion of flexible hours employment practices by all public and private employers. This bill should be of particular interest to families, where both parents wish to work outside the home and share family responsibilities. For action on this legislation, write to Sen. Gale McGee, Chairman of the Senate Post Office and Civil Service Committee, with copies to Texas senators. AGE DISCRIMINATION Sen. Lloyd Bentsen of Texas is reported to be working for extension of the 1967 Age Discrimination Act to cover federal, state, and local governments. Employees of public service agencies are not now covered by the Act. Age discrimination is an added burden to women already suffering from sex discrimination. Write to Sen. Bentsen to encourage his efforts in this important legislation. WOMEN'S ACTIVIST LOBBY RATES TEXANS The Women's Activist lobby gave our elected officials the following ratings based on their votes on such women's issues as the extension of the minimum wage to household domestics and the support of child development programs: Lloyd Bentsen, Jr. (D)--IOO^, John Tower (R)--O%, Bill Archer--0$, Bob Casey (D)~2$%, Bob Eckhardt (D)--IOO%, Barbara Jordan (D)--100#, Jack Brooks (D)--75$. A VICTORY FOR FARAH STRIKERS The Women's Political Caucus has been supporting the Farah strikers