Skip to comments.Louisianans, Why Vote Saturday, 12/7?
Posted on 11/21/2002 5:55:47 PM PST by unspun
Louisianans, Why Vote Saturday, December 7th?
Need a reason to vote? Consider protecting the very
slight majority that should now allow Trent Lott (R-MS)
to lead the Senate (currently 51 of 100 senators).
By contrast, in these last two years under Tom Daschle
(D-SD) the Senate has obstructed the progress we have
elected our officials to make.
Along with the Homeland Security Act of 2002 and the
Economic Security and Worker Assistance Act of 2001,
which languished for many months and were brought to a
vote only after the public declared its will in the
November 5th general elections, the examples below are
critical bills which have been held up by the Daschle
Most of these proposals passed the House with broad,
bipartisan support and the President has been waiting
month after month, to put them to use for us.
The election of Suzanne Terrell would help to assure
that new Senate leadership brings our important
legislation to a vote. Please consider this and please
pass this notice along to your friends and neighbors.
If you do, it will get to many voters who would like to
see the facts. And that could make a life and death
H.R. 4598 - HOMELAND SECURITY INFORMATION SHARING ACT
(establishes the methods of federal coordination of
homeland security, intelligence, and investigation)
H.R. 3178 - WATER INFRASTRUCTURE SECURITY ACT
(anti-terrorism act directing the EPA to secure the
nations water supply against contamination by
research, development and demonstrable actions)
H.R. 3231 - IMMIGRATION REFORM AND ACCOUNTABILITY ACT
(also called the Barbara Jordan Immigration Reform and
Accountability Act of 2002, allows immigration and
naturalization services to be coordinated with
homeland security by placing them under the charge of
an office of the Attorney General, instead of the INS)
H.R. 3209 - ANTI-HOAX TERRORISM
(establishes criminal and civil penalties for unfounded
threats of biological, chemical, nuclear attack)
H.R. 3210 - TERRORISM RISK PROTECTION ACT
(to ensure the continued financial capacity of insurers
to provide coverage for risks from terrorism.)
H.R. 4965 - PARTIAL-BIRTH ABORTION BAN ACT OF 2002
(prohibits partial birth abortion except when the life
of the mother is endangered --while exempting any
mother whose child is killed in this fashion from
H.R. 2505 - HUMAN CLONING PROHIBITION ACT OF 2001
(bans human cloning)
H.R. 476 - THE CHILD CUSTODY PROTECTION ACT
(allows states to enforce their parental notification
or parental consent laws regarding pregnant minors, by
prohibiting the transportation of the minor across
state lines in order to skirt these laws and abort the
minors child; does not penalize the minors)
H.Con.Res. 353 - FISCAL YEAR 2003 BUDGET RESOLUTION
(would be the first time since the Watergate polemics
of 1974 that the Senate failed or refused to pass the
annual Budget Resolution; passed by the House on
H.R. 7 - COMMUNITY SOLUTIONS ACT OF 2001
(enhances incentives for charitable contributions,
including greater credit to low-income non-itemizers,
tightens enforcement against tax evasion, etc.;
passage may be seen as opening the door for President
Bushs innovations in non-intrusive government
cooperation with private charitable action.)
o The Library of Congress - http://thomas.loc.gov
o The Washington Post http://www.washingtonpost.com
o The Washington Times - http://www.washtimes.com
This notice is distributed as of Thursday, 11/21/2002.
Dates and margins of these bills' House passage, plus
updates through voting day, Tuesday, December 7th may
be found at http://www.unspun.info an independent Web
site not associated with any political party.
For a fresh copy: http://www.unspun.info/senate.html
Permission granted to copy and forward.
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This is written to catch the attention of thinking people in the Hot Sauce State and give them a reason to forward it to others -then to vote for authentic social conservative, Suzanne Terrell for Senate on Saturday December 7th.
A fine question. http://www.suzieterrell.com/donations.html
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