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June 09, 1995 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-09

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RESIDENTIAL—COMMERCIAL

Groups Rebuffed
On Aid Items

Jewish and African-American
members of the House got to-
gether last week to deal a sting-
ing blow to the Republican plan
for cutting foreign aid — and to
the American Israel Public Af-
fairs Committee (AIPAC). The
pro-Israel lobby had supported
the GOP scheme because it re-
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The furious round of activity
involved the foreign aid autho-
rization bill, sponsored by Rep.
Ben Gilman, R-N.Y., the power-
ful head of the House Interna-
tional Relations Committee.
The plan called for a drastic
overhaul of the entire foreign aid
bureaucracy, along with signifi-
cant cuts in aid to developing na-
tions around the world, and
especially to Africa, provisions
that enraged African-American
legislators.
At an urgent meeting last
week, Jewish lawmakers decid-
ed to support their traditional po-
sition that the overall aid
program, and not just aid to Is-
rael, is a matter of vital national
interest. When all was said and
done, most of the Jewish mem-
bers decided to go along with their
black colleagues, not with AIPAC
and the Republicans.
And that meant that the GOP
leadership did not have enough
votes to pass the measure. The
vote, scheduled for just before leg-
islators left for their Memorial
Day holiday, was postponed.
"There are some good things in
it, including aid to Israel," said
Rep. Eliot Engel, D-N.Y. "But the
bill itself shrinks foreign aid to an
unprecedented level. I'm con-
vinced it's part and parcel of the
new Republican isolationism."
`They did what they had to do,"
he said. "Gingrich probably
toldthem that the bill contained
full funding for Israel — and that
he expected them to support it as
they have in the past. But some
of us took a longer term perspec-
tive."

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