Re: Fwd: NPR Funding -Forwarded

pmeans (pmeans@austinc.edu)
Tue, 13 Feb 96 10:28:30 EST

for all interested parties....

rhonda rosen
loyola marymount university
rrosen@lmumail.lmu.edu


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Subject: Fwd: NPR Funding -Forwarded
Author: Rhonda Rosen at lmu-acad1
Date: 2/12/96 3:27 PM





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Subject: Fwd: NPR Funding -Forwarded
Author: Michael A Heumann <Michael_A_HEUMANN@ohdmail.hr.state.or.us> at
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Date: 2/12/96 8:38 AM


The attached is a forwarded message regarding Public
Broadcasting and National Public Radio. Please read it, add
you name and forward a copy to others.
Date: 02/09/1996 11:44 pm (Friday)
From: "Waller, Patti"
To: DHR-PRIMARY-DOMAIN.ORGOVT("O=lion-gw;P=or.gov;A=
;C=US;DDA.rfc-822=dianab(a)igc.apc.org", . . .
Subject: Fwd: NPR Funding

Subject: NPR



Hi, Please add your name to the list and forward to all you know. Please


follow instructions if you are the 50th ,100th, or 150th person signing.

Thanks



PBS, NPR (National Public Radio), and the arts are facing major

cutbacks in funding. In spite of the efforts of each station to reduce

spending costs and streamline their services, the government officials

believe that the funding currently going to these programs is too large a


portion of funding for something which is seen as "unworthwhile".

Currently, taxes from the general public for PBS equal $1.12 per person

peryear, and the National Endowment for the Arts equals $.64 a year in

total.



A January 1995 CNN/USA Today/Gallup poll indicated that 76% of

Americans wish to keep funding for PBS, third only to national defense

and law enforcement as the most valuable programs for federal funding.

Each year, the Senate and House Appropriations commitees each have

13 subcommitees with jurisdiction over many programs and agencies.

Each subcommitee passes its own appropriation bill. The goal each year

is to have each bill signed by the beginning of the fiscal year, which is

October 1. In the instance of the Corporation of Public Broadcasting,
the

bill determines the funding for the next three years. When this issue

comes up in 1996, the funding will be determined for fiscal years

1996-1998. The only way that our representatives can be aware of the

base of support for PBS and funding for these types of programs is by

making our voices heard. Please add your name to this list if you
believe

in what we stand for. This list will be forwarded to the

President of the United States, the Vice President of the United States,

and Representative Newt Gingrich, who is the instigator of the action to

cut funding to these worthwhile programs. If you happen to be the 50th,

100th, 150th, etc. signer of this petition, please forward a copy to

ein2688@blue.univnorthco.edu. If that address is inoperative, please send


it to kubi7975@blue.univnorthco.edu. This way we can keep track

of the lists and organize them. Forward this to everyone you know, and

help us to keep these programs alive. Thank you.



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