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NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 8, No. 5, May 1980 - Page 9. May 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 28, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/2721/show/2715.

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(May 1980). NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 8, No. 5, May 1980 - Page 9. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/2721/show/2715

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 8, No. 5, May 1980
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Date May 1980
Publisher National Organization for Women. Bay Area Chapter
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  • Feminism
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Transcript PRECINCT 090 Lillian Graves Susan Lab Sally Stewart PRECINCT 092 Cynthia Sutton Carolyn Waddell PRECINCT 306 Sonia Carmean Frances Hicks Dorothy Howard Patricia Kuhlmann Sandra Linton Ann Pine Juanita Price Jeannene Ramon Karjorie Randal Jo Shannahan Evie Whitsett PRECINCT 307 Martha Boggess Twiss Butler Vicki Carr M. Dale Shaw Terri Sherwin Nancy Whitecotton) PRECINCT 377 Jeanne Saletan Jenny Seltzer PRECINCT 415 Roberta Blackburn] Susan Keene Jane Markley PRECINCT 416 Judy Blanchard Rema Lou Brown Robert Doughty Lillian Johnson Lynn McGregor Avis Nettles Charlotte Smith MEMBER Eleanor Aldrich Peggy Cook Sonia Doty Jackie Duke Ruth Fruland Dorothy Griffin Christina Haight Sharon Lowes Martha McKinley Pamela Rossman Wendy Rudnicki Phyllis Tucker Adele Wallace Melissa Weiksnar Kay Whyburn Gail Anderson PRECINCT 615 290 333 267 474 346 378 391 475 027 473 289 378 227 148 139 KNOW THE OTHER NOW MEMBERS IN YOUR PRECINCT. PLAN TO GO THERE TOGETHER. PLAN AHEAD WHAT YOU WILL DO. HELP AVAILABLE BY CALLING JEANNE SALETAN 471-2862 POLITICS IS PART OF FEMINISM MAKE POLICY ONE GOOD REASON FOR BEING AT YOUR PRECINCT CONVENTION. SENATOR WALTER MENGDEN DOESN'T WANT YOU THERE! Mengden, State Senator District 13, has sent mailings to those who agree with him in opposing abortion rights, urging them to: * Vote in the primary election on Saturday, May 3 * Attend the precinct convention of their party * At this precinct convention, introduce and work for passage of resolutions on pro-life issues (read ANTI-CHOICE on ABORTION) He states: "If your resolutions pass, they will be sent to the District Co vent ion of your party. If they pass there, they will then be sent to the State Convention for possible inclusion in the state and national party platforms .You... .and as many of your friends as possible should try to get elected as delegates to BOTH the District Convention and the State Convention so that you can be active in working for your resolutions at these levels." Mengden encloses sample copies of resolutions for his side and offers his services. Thank you, Senator, now we know what our task is. We WILL be there with our counter-resolutions. It is no secret that your ultimate aim is to eliminate the abortion alternative for everyone by means of a constitutional amendment. WE SUPPORT THE SUPREME COURT 1973 RULING THAT ABORTION IS PART OF THE CONSTITUTIONALLY GUARANTEED RIGHT OF PRIVACY AND THAT THE ABORTION DECISION IS A PRIVATE, MEDICAL DETERMINATION TO BE MADE BY A WOMAN IN CONSULTATION WITH HER PHYSICIAN. WE ALSO ASSERT THAT A RIGHT WITHOUT ACCESS IS NO RIGHT AT ALL, AND THUS THE DENIAL OF FEDERAL FUNDING FOR ABORTION SERVICES IS CONTRA TO THE CONSTITUTIONALLY PROTECTED RIGHTS OF INDIVIDUALS. ( counter-resolution by NARAL) Precinct conventions take place at your polling place, after the polls close at 7 PM. Local information from League of Women Voters. Take this resolution with you. Use if needed. Discuss at chapter meeting on Thursday, May! ST