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March 26, 1982 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-03-26

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Friday, Mach 26, 1982

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Jewish Members of Congress Fail on 'Christiari Voice' Report

(Continued from Page 1)
were defeated.
Following were the
Christian Voice records of
Jewish Senators: Carl
Levin (D-Mich.) eight per-
cent; Rudy Boschwitz (R-
Minn.) 42 percent; Edward

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Zorinsky (D-Neb.), 75 per- , under the Medicaid prog- plementation of voluntary
cent; Warren Rudman (R- ram; greater local control prayer. and 'meditation in
N.H.) 58 percent; Howard over the Legal Services public schools"; "abortion
Metzenbaum (D-Ohio) nine Corp. which., Christian funding"; 'bar on "legal aid
percent; and Arlen Specter Voice. says illegally. lobbies for homosexuals"; bar on
"on behalf of left-wing, hu- the Internal . Revenue Ser-
(R-Pa.) 33 percent.
The 26 Jewish Con- manist causes"; 'fbrced , vice or the courts from using
greSsmen were rated as fol.- school busing"; "less strin- funds to enforce_ IRS rules to
, lows: California: Tom Lan- gent conditions" on the remove tax-exempt status
tos (D) 50 percent; -Bobbi President's determination from • "private Christian
Fiedler (R) 58; 'Anthony to provide military aid to El schools, many of which are
Beilenson (D) zero;'. Henry Salvador; and a ban On U.S: innocent of discrimination
yet not in compliance with
Waxman (D) 18; Colorado: aid to Zimbabwe.
House• issues included race quotas established by
Ken Kramer (R) 100; Con-
necticut: Sam Gejdenson barring use of Justice De - the IRS.". .
Christian Voice ratings
(D) zero; Florida: William partment funds "for the
Lehman (D) zero; Georgia: purpose of blocking the im- for other members of the.
Elliot. Levitas (D) 58; Il-
linois: Sidney Yates (D)
zero; Kansas: Dan
Glickman (D) 58; Mas-
sachusetts: Barney Frank
• (D) zero; Michigan: Howard
Wolpe (D) eight; New York:
Benjamin Rosenthal (D)
zero; Jim Scheuer (D) eight;
Stephen Solarz (D) nine;
Frederick Richmond (D)1 -
ten; .(Charles Schumer (D)
nine; William Green (R) 17;
Benjamin Gilman (R) 33;
Ted Weiss (D) zero; Rithard
Ottinger (D) eight; Ohio:
Willis Gradison (R) 50; Bob
Shamansky (D) 17; Oregon:
-Ron Wyden (D) 17;
Pennsylvania: Marc Marks
(R) 50; Texag: Martin Frobt
(D) 42.
According to the:
Voice, 200 received
passing scores in the
House in 1981 compared
to 166 in 1980, and 33 paS-
sed in the Senate last year
compared with 22in 1980.
Grant said, "These rat-
ings are hot intended nor
should be interpreted as
judgment of any Con-
gressman's personal
morality or spiiitual rela-
tionship with God:" He
said they are only in-
tended "to analyze how
often a member of Con-
gress agrees or disagrees
with our viewpoint on
important moral issues."
As stated by the Christ-
ian Voice statement, Senate
issues included use of U.S.
funds to "foster behavioral
humanist research which
Elec.
Glass,
lilt,
contradicts the moral/
t.ocks, 1/
spiritual Christian view-
Pwr.
R/Defog., Cruise, AtsA/
point"; abortion funding

EXa p le:

Michigan Congressional de-
legation include Sen.
Donald Riegel (D) nine; and
Congressmen John Conyei-s
(D) zero, Carl Pilsen (R) 50,
Mark. Siljander (R) 100,
Harold Sawyer (R) 67, Jim
Dunn (R) 42, Dale Kildee
(D) 42, Bob Traxler (D) 67,
Guy VanderJagt (R) 100,
Donald Albosta (D.) 8'0,
Robert Davis (R) 83, David
Bonior (D) 27, 'George Croc-
kett (D) zero, Dennis Hertel
(D) 50, William Ford (p) 25,
John .Dingell (D) 30, Wil-
liam Brodhead (I)) eight,

James Blanchard (D) 38 and
William Broomfield (R) 100.
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the controversial exhibit,
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