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Transcript STATE COUNCIL MEETING REPORT San Antonio The first order of business was election of officer* to fill VHonnl powtrt until the state conference in May* Tsrry Chandler U now State t'oonlinatot (Suzanne stepped down due to health problems) and Bath Hudman tw Oowwumioa- tions Coordinator. Area II and Area III membership coordinators and the task force coordinator were also chosen. As a fundraiser, we can have a raffle at the state conference—but because of Texas law, the gift items must be donated (ticket purchases are donations, also, from the state view). If you would like to donate an item, contact Gail Wise (San Antonio chapter). The State Conference will be 16-18 May in Huntsville. Early registration will not only help Huntsville coordinate; it will save you money, too. For NOW members, registration is $20 in advance or $25 at the door. Non-members pay $25 in advance or $30 at the door. This may seem expensive, but it's not bad compared with some other organizations' conference fees and Huntsville NOW is doing its best to keep other expenses low for attendees. A three-meal plan may be available for $8.25 (you can't eat at McDonald's on that any more) bat ovity i^ cut loxut 100 paopld &iqn up and pay {>ok tkiA in advance,. Dorm rooms will be available for $5.60 per night, linens provided. There will be more about all of this in the call to conference later. The agenda and workshop list for the state conference will be approved at the next state council meeting, which will be hoAC Saturday 29 March. Come and bring input1 Or volunteer shelter for council members from other cities. This is a good chance to get involved. A full page of changes to the state bylaws were considered, For details, call me—we passed all but one (another was accepted in modified form). We also discussed reimbursement of state officers and settled on a system like National's (phone, postage, printing, some travel, etc.). There was much discussion of nuclear power. National wants input about whether this is a feminist issue. State council voted a statement of opposition to nuclear power and weapons after some debate about whether to "spread ourselves thin.11 One of the attendees, however, came prepared with the statement and the offer of her services as coordinator of a Task Force on nuclear power. The task force was created and voted $200 from the budget (something else we approved at the meeting). Announcements: The White House Conference on the Family: the nearest forum will be in Houston 22-23 February. There should be details elsewhere in the newsletter. This can effect Pro Family, Pro Choice March: Corpus Christi Saturday 22 March. Lodging for that night is possible. Contact 512/992-6266. Take Back the Working Day: Dallas 6 May. Also Take Back the Night on 2 August. For more info, call Pam Tatum at 214/826-7246. Title IX: Denton County NOW is suing the county school district. Also note that there is action underway to change a portion of the Texas Education Code that violates Title IX by allowing students to be assigned a school on the basis of sex. It was a long day, worthwhile. Hope to see some of the rest of the chapter at the next meeting. Respectfully submitted. Bonnie Huval