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December 08, 1995 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-08

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HELP FEED THE JEWISH
HUNGRY.

functions, will be a bureaucratic
pain-in-the-neck for many.
The measure, which cleared
the House last week by a 421-0
vote, requires all lobbyists to reg-
ister with the government and
disclose information about their
employers and their fees.
The legislation will primarily
affect groups that include lobby-
ing among their other activities
— including a long list of Jewish
groups.
"As far as I can see, the disclo-
sure requirements don't seem
more onerous than current law,"
said Richard Foltin, legislative
director of the American Jewish
Committee. Foltin, unlike many
of his colleagues in multi-issue
Jewish groups, is already regis-
tered as a lobbyist. "And this law
should clarify some of the ambi-
guity in current law about the de-
finition of exactly who is a
lobbyist."
Groups like the American Is-
rael Public Affairs Committee
(AIPAC), which emphasize lob-
bying above all other activities,
are already subject to reporting
requirements.
The House rejected a number
of amendments that threatened
to stall the legislation, including
a controversial proposal by Rep.
Ernest Jim Istook, R-Okla., that
would bar federal funding to
groups that include Capitol Hill
advocacy among their activities.
That proposal would have a
major impact on groups like the
Council of Jewish Federations,
which use federal money for a va-
riety of social service programs
— but also maintain political ad-
vocacy operations in Washington
and in state capitals.
But the Istook amendment is
far from dead.
"There are tremendous pres-
sures driving this proposal," said
Diana Aviv, Washington direc-
tor for CJ F. "There are people in
the congressional leadership who
still regard this as a top priority.
So it would be a major mistake
to assume that we've heard the
last from Istook."

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