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January 21, 1994 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-21

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about provisions including
coverage for infertility pro-
grams.
In addition, said Abba
Cohen, Washington repre-
sentative for the fervently
Orthodox organization
Agudath Israel, questions
surrounding funding and
possible rationing of health
care are raising concerns in
the Orthodox community.
Another proposed reform
causing a stir in the Jewish
community is the president's
plan to revamp foreign aid
based on broad foreign policy
goals rather than specific
areas of the world. Congress
is to consider the plan this
year.
Last year, many in the
Jewish community were
worried that in a tight
budget climate, the peren-
nially unpopular issue of
foreign aid would fare badly
in Congress.
Jewish groups, including
the American Israel Public
Affairs Committee, worked
hard to ensure a favorable
outcome for Israel, and plan
to do the same this time
around.
The Religious Action
Center of Reform Judaism
said it plans to mount an
effort this year to gather
various ethnic and other
groups into a coalition that
would argue for a larger for-
eign aid budget.
Jewish groups are also
keeping an eye on Congres-
sional efforts to end the Arab
economic boycott of Israel,
and on waivers approved by
Congress that would allow
increased contacts between
the United States and the
Palestine Liberation Organ-
ization.
Immigration reform is an-
other pending issue spark-
ing discussion.
Richard Foltin, legislative
director for the American
Jewish Committee, said that
his group felt some proposed
changes to the current
system would pose "undue
obstacles" to those who come
to the United States, and
make it more difficult for
them to have their claims
heard.
Jewish groups have tradi-
tionally been concerned
about immigration issues,
because of the Jewish immi-
grant history in this country
and continuing concerns
over the fate of Jews in the
unstable former Soviet
Union.
Other legislation of con-
cern to Jewish groups this
upcoming session includes
bills dealing with crime, ter-
rorism, housing, education
and a mandatory balanced
budget. 0

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Sherwood Studios welcomes to the
design staff Carol J. Cousineau, ASID

A professional member
of the American Society of
Interior Designers, Carol
studied interior design at
Marygrove College in
Detroit where she received
her BA degree.
Her previous experience
as an interior designer
includes 15 years with
Englanders in Birmingham
and 5 years with Wiggs in
Bloomfield Hills.
Carol's work has appeared in the Eccentric, Monthly
Detroit magazine, The Detroit News daily issues. Her
home, which she designed, was featured on the cover
of The Detroit News special Home Edition. She has also
designed rooms for The Detroit Symphony Showhouse.
A versatile designer, she enjoys both
contemporary and period design, herself
possessing several fine antiques collected
here and on trips throughout Europe.
Mixing is a special area of expertise.

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