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Title Broadside, Vol. 7, No. 12, December 1976
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date December 1976
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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 this & that CAPITOL HILL Here are some excerpts from a recent report by Elaine Latourell, National NOW Legislative Vice-President: Legislative Priorities for the coming sessions of Congress will include, but not be limited to: Full Employment, Food Stamp Reform, Gay Rights, Rape (prevention, research, and prosecution), Child Care, Welfare, Displaced Homemakers, Battered Wives, Education, Abortion, Housing, Title IX, and any and all legislation that attempts to amend the Civil Rights Act. ERA News— the tide is turning on the ERA front, with the state referendurr wins in Colorado and Massachusetts by large margins. Send contributions for the continuing fight to the Victory NOW ERA Fund, PO Box 7183, Washington DC 20044. Abortion—The "Human Life" amendment sponsors have been mustering support in State Houses for their Memorials to Congress calling for a Constitutional Convention. Ordinarily, Memorials to Congress are innocuous, but if enough State Legislatures pass this particular one, Congress is mandated to hold a Constitutional Convention, which will involve action on the proposed amendment. Presidential Appointments—The new administration will shortly appoint people to fill over 2000 jobs. Some are major, such as cabinet officers, but some are for regional administrative level positions. Send resumes of women in your area so that we may promote them to the Carter talent bank. Send them to the NOW Action Center, 425-13th St. NW, Suite 1001, Washington DC 20004. PROGRAM MEETING Our December 1 program meeting will feature an ERA debate between Helen Cassidy and Wanda Wonderful. Join us at 7:30 PM at the Clayton Library for a mo;' enjoyable and lively debate. BUSINESS MEETING The December 8 business meeting will be held at the home of Jo Stewart. Her address is 2207 Bissonnet. The meeting begins at 8 PM. Come and bring a friend. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO BERT CLAPP FROM JAN P. & NANCY K.