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Transcript BANOW LEGISLATIVE TASK FORCE LAUNCHES MAJOR LETTER-WRITING DRIVE IN APRIL 9 members working for/with you Fran Kelley 945-7238 Deborah Hill 988-4421, (o) 221-5224 Martha Skeeters 996-0237 Victoria Franchetti 480-3317 Judy Blanchard 488-1718 - Bonnie Huval 331-0444 Nora Mertz 554-6738 Sandra DeVasier 948-0836 Jeanne Saletan 471-2862 Each of our BANOW members has been "assigned" to one of the people above who will be your contact person on legislative action. Do not hesitate to call them or offer your assistance. Right now we need to generate a large amount of mail to legislators in Texas and in Washington on reproductive freedom. We are in danger of losing it. Every pen is needed this month. Issue Bill # Timeliness We must do with pen and paper and xerox machines what the "m & m's" can do with computers. How come the mail on Reproductive Rights is running 4 to 1 against us when the polls are 4 to 1 in our favor? What can YOU do? Write a personal letter on the issue. Duplicate it "x" times and send it to each of your own legislators (U.S. and Texas) plus each member of the Texas committees which are controlling these bills. Refer to your March newsletter for names or to the blue guide you received in the mail. The person who sent your mailing is your contact person. Call me if you did not receive the mailing or are unassigned. Please sign up others to join our network. Non- members are asked to subscribe to our newsletter at $5 per year to receive legislative information. We need and welcome the support and money of men so include friends, spouses, co-workers. Egg-generators, UNITE.1 You have nothing to lose but your yolks! Jeanne S. Description Domestic SB 220 violence and Displ. Homemakers Dom. Viol. ' SB 65 in Human Resources Committee $4.00 increase in marr. license funds shelters for victims of fam. violence and DH centers $4.00 to domestic violence fund Displaced Homemakers SB HB 516/ 1113 Hearin^ March 4 Human Services Comm. Increase in filing fee for divorce $3.00 funds multi-purpose DH Cen Wiretapping SB HB 120/ still in 360 in Jurisprudence Comm part of Gov.'s crime package, invades privacy and is unconstitut. has been used against feminists and gays/lesbians. Discrimination SB 2 floor vote March 4 in employment in house, passed senate passed both houses, awaiting gov.'s sign. excludes pregnant women from unemployment comp., also women who follow spouse to job location^ Craig Washington will offer amend Discrimination HB 283 in employment Mandatory check for sexual arrests' and convictions on potential em plyees working with children,.. problem is false arrest record. Abortion HB 578/ SB 248 Hearing March 9> 9 AM parental consent required for abortions on minors, 2nd degree felony offense .on doctors, aids Abortion HB 1245 Hearing March 9 9 AM Informed consent requires doctor to advise on alternatives to abortion and stage of fetal develop Abortion HB 782 Informed consent Abortion HB 455 SB 249 Prohibits publically funded hospitals from doing abortions. ERA SCR 39&40 Voids ratification; exemptions Const. Conv. HGR 27 State Affairs Comm. call Con. Con for HLA