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Title Broadside, Vol. 6, No. 8, August 1975
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date August 1975
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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  • Houston, Texas
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Transcript the debate on this bill was whether or not child care centers operated by religious groups should be exempt from licensing by the State. We have roll call votes on this issue also. Finally, another bill which became law and had roll call votes in both houses was the bill which established standards and procedures in rape cases that should help rape victims and make it easier to convict rapists. By the standards listed below, the only Harris County Representative to respond correctly on all these issues was RON WATERS. No Harris County legislator voted wrong on every issue, although some were not right very often. In the following chart "R" means a "Right" vote (or an expressed attitude in the case of the ERA), "W" means a "Wrong" vote, and "A" means "Absent". The question marks in the ERA column indicate a refusal to commit oneself for or against the ERA. In the Texas Legislature a bill must be voted on twice by the House and twice by the Senate in order to become law. Where possible, I have recorded the roll call votes for both times a bill was on the floor. Such votes are called "second reading" and "third reading" and are votes on the passage of the entire bill. A vote for HB 284, the rape bill, is considered to be a "Right" vote. During the debate on SB 965, the child care bill, there were two very clear votes on exempting religious-oriented child care centers from licensing by the State. There was one such key vote in the Senate. A vote against such exemptions is a "Right" vote. On passage of the entire bill, a vote for the bill is a "Right" vote. Concerning the vote on Penal Code section 21.06, a vote for repeal is a a "Right" vote. Legislators who indicated by letter or personal contact that they favored rescission of Texas' ratification of the ERA get a "W", while those who wanted to retain Texas' ratification get an "R". Betty Barnes 14