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Transcript LEGISLATIVE ACTION - Jeanne Saletan SJR 110 - a vote is expected any time after the senate reconvenes following the Easter recess. Have you sent this message to your U.S. senators yet? OPPOSE SJR 110 AND ANY AMENDMENT OR BILL WHICH COMPROMISES THE CHOICES THAT WOMEN NOW HAVE UNDER THE 1973 SUPREME COURT RULING ON ABORTION. WE KNOW, BETTER THAN GOVERNMENT CAN, WHAT IS BEST FOR OURSELVES AND OUR FAMILIES. THIS IS A PARAMOUNT ISSUE TO ME. (Sometimes our senators think they can ignore pro-choice voters because WE won't hold them accountable on just that one issue. We want them to understand that reproductive choice IS a paramount issue with us, just as it is with the anti-choice people who are feared because they vote on a single issue.) Senator Lloyd Bentsen /John Tower U.S. Senate Washington, D.C. 20510 The public comment period on parental notification for minors receiving birth control prescription services in family planning clinics ends on April 23rd. Thanks to all BANOW members who sent in public comments to Marjory Mecklenburg at Health and Human Services with copies to Representative Henry Waxman. Eighty pre-printed letters on this issue and SJR 110 were purchased at cost by you who attended the April chapter meeting. 1 will continue to bring letters which make it easyTor"you to respond quickly to legislative alerts. DEMOCRAT AND REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES MAY 1ST #1« Study the voting records provided in this issue. 2. Consider the endorsements in this issue. 3. VOTE 4. Attend your party precinct convention after the polls close on May 1st preferably WITH OTHER FEMINISTS WHO LIVE IN YOUR PRECINCT AND BELONG TO YOUR PARTY. To find other feminists, see the grouping by precincts 5. Elect feminist delegates to the next level of party politics, the state senatorial conventions. PRECINCT 415 Eleanor Aldrich 474-2200 Roberta Blackburn 474-4065 Susan Keene 334-1645 Jane Markley 334-5057 Gretcnen Mieszkowski 474-3826 Constance Smith 334-5323 PRECINCT 416 Judy Blanchard 488-1718 Rema Lou Brown 488-1896 Bob Doughty 488-5688 Lynn McGregor 488-1901 Charlotte Smith 488-0010 Fran Studdard 488-2342 PRECINCT 306 Nell Bly 488-3205 Sonia Carmean 488-1431 Dorothy Howard 486-0751 Pat Kuhlmann 488-3278 Sandra Linton 486-5827 Caroline Perez 488-4086 Delores Smith 488-7805 Evie Whitsett 488-1777 YOUR NEW ORANGE VOTER REGISTRATION CARD. MAY REVEAL A CHANGE IN YOUR PRECINCT NUMBER.TO FIND YOUR NEW COLLEAGUES/FEMINISTS .CALL THE LEGISLATIVE CHAIR 471-2862. PRECINCT 391 Debbie Arnold 480-4763 Sharon Lowes 486-5084 Rusty Richards 488-5546 Mary Skinner 48G-7254 PRECINCT 090 S. Lindelsee 334-7442 Betty Polifka 474-3442 PRECINCT 092 Judy Snyder 280-8440 Colette Roberts 280-8440 Deborah Teasley 480-5579 PRECINCT 290 Peggy Cook 471-6353 Louise Peck 471-5757 TO OTHER BANOW MEMBERS NOT LISTED ABOVE: CALL JEANNE SALETAN 471-2862 or 521-0439. SHE CAN CONNECT WITH FEMINISTS IN AAUW AND LWV WITH WHOM YOU CAN CAUCUS IN ADVANCE OF MAY 1ST PRECINCT CONVENTION. RULES AND SAMPLE RESOLUTIONS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE TO YOU. TAKE SOME ACTION WRITE LETTERS Write to an advertiser in care of the magazine (Pretty Feet c/o Glamour). 6r write directly to the advertiser or its apent. Addresses may be found in The Standard Directory of Advertisers, or Dunn and Bradstreet. (Call the library-) Tell them that you won't buy the product or the magazine until the offensive ad is removed. Call or write television and radio stations. Phone numbers will be listed in the white papes by the stations call letters. NBC 30 Rockefeller Plaza New York, N.Y. 10020 CBS 51 w. 52nd St. New York, N.Y. 10019 ABC 1330 Ave. of Americas New York, N.Y. 10010 KEEP WATCH-sometimes it takes only one letter or call to stop &n ad which is offensive to women. Information provided by Mary Austin