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October 30, 1992 The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana I I I I II II Continued from page 10 agricultural ownership? Support: McCloskey, Mourdock, Coats No Position: Oppose: No Response: Bailey, Hamilton, Hogsett X. HEALTH Do you support comprehensive health care reform to guarantee every person in the United States access to affordable health care and to pro- tect human life and human dignity? Support: McCloskey, Mourdock, Coats No Position: Oppose: No Response: Bailey, Hamilton, Hogsett XI. HOUSING i-Do you support renewed federal leadership and resources to provide ncreased new housing opportunities for low- and moderate-income families, the elderly, and others in need; and to increase the supply of decent and affordable housing? Support: McCloskey, Mourdock, Coats No Position: Oppose No Response: Bailey, Hamilton, Hogsett XII. HUMAN RIGHTS r_l.. Do you support making the defense of human rights -- including uuglous hbe era of US form n ohc es emallv , ' rty--acentralconc . . /g p "'y, p " u places where human rights are most at risk (e.., China, Guatemala, OUthern Africa, Vietnam,and Haiti)? "" Support: McCloskey, Mourdock, Coats No Position: Oppose: No Response: Bailey, Hamilton, Hogsett o2. Do you support efforts to link other policies (e.g., trade preferences r military aid) to a country's performance on human rights? Support: McCloskey, Mourdock No Position: Oppose: No Response: Bailey, Hamilton, Hogsett, Coats Xlll. IMMIGRATION 1. Do you support legislation which would repeal sanctions against employers who hire undocumented people? Support: No Position: Mourdock Oppose: McCloskey No Response: Coats w 2. Do you support temporary safe haven for persons displaced by or, .civil disturbances, or natural calamities in accordance with the ration Act of 1990? (e.g., for Haitians, Salvadorans, and residents vA L[e- mrmerstate of Yugoslavial? Support: McCloskey, Mourdock No Position: Oppose: No Response: Bailey, Hamilton. Hogsett, Coats 3 Do OUsu vedue rocessn htsto ,. ', Y_ pport legislation that would gi p "g %cr!udab!e aliens' in (he United States (e,g. Haitian boat people and nei Uuban detainees)? Support: McCloskey No Position: Mourdock Oppose: No Response: Bailey, Hamilton. Hogsett. Coats XIV. INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC POLICY Do you support: 1. Increase in U.S. development assistance to poor countries? Support: McCloskey No Position: Mourdock Oppose: Coats No Response: Bailey, Hamilton, Hogsett 2. Reduction of U.S. military and security-related assistance to devel- Oping countries? ,..SUpport: McCloskey, Coat, I ............ No Position: Mourdock Oppose No Response: Bailey, Hamilton, Hogsett 3. U.S. government efforts to relieve the debt burden of poor develop- ing nations? Support: McCloskey No Position: Mourdock, Coats Oppose: No Response: Bailey, Hamilton, Hogsett 4. Increase of multilateral assistance to the poorest nations? Support: McCloskey No Position: Mourdock Oppose: Coats No Response: Bailey, Hamilton, Hogsett XV. LABOR RELATIONS Do you support collective bargaining including legislation that pro- hibits the permanent replacement of striking workers Support: McCloskey, Mourdock No Position: Oppose: Coats No Response: Bailey, Hamilton, Hogsett XVI. MASS MEDIA 1. Do )ou support the principle that the airwaves are owned by the American public as a whole, and that those who are granted a license to use a portion of the airwaves act as trustees on behalf of the public? Support: McCloskey, Mourdock, Coats No Position: Oppose: No Response: Bailey. Hamilton, Hogsett 2. Do vou support the "Fairness Doctrine" which requires broadcast- ers to present a diversity of views on issues of public interest? Support: McCloskey, Mourdock No Position: Oppose: Coats No Response: Bailey, Hamilton, Hogsett XVII. REFUGEES Would you support the admission of refugees at current levels, and continued funding of federal refugee programs that facilitate the entry of refugees into the economic, social and civil life of American society? Support: McCloskey, Coats No Position: Mourdock Oppose: No Response: Bailey, Hamilton, Hogsett 11 XVIII. REGIONAL CONFLICT IN THE WORLD 1. Do you support continued political and economic pressure on the government of South Africa to dismantle apartheid? Support: McCloskey, Mourdock, Coats No Position: Oppose: No Response: Bailey, Hamilton. Hogsett 2. Do you support new U.S. efforts to curb the arms' trade, reduce vi- olence, and combat hunger in Africa? Support: McCloskey, Mourdock, Coats No Position: Oppose: No Response: Bailey, Hamilton. Hogsett 3. Do you support policies to ensure security and survival for Israel, to provide self-determination and to provide a homeland for Pdlestini- ans, and to pursue peace and justice in the Middle East as a whole? i Support: McCloskey, Mourdock No Position: Oppose: No Response: Bailey, Hamilton, Hogsett. Coats 4. Do you support new efforts to advance human rights, demnemcy, and peace in newly emerging democracies or nations recovering from violence {e.g., the nations of Eastern Europe and Central America}? Support: McCloskey, Mourdock, Coats No Position: Oppo00