Sex ed programs need private donors

  • 1999-02-25
  • Sandra L. Medearis
THE HAGUE - Her husband is asking the U. S. Congress to put a chunk of U.N. funding back into its year 2000 budget, Hillary Rodham Clinton told a sex and reproductive health forum on population meeting in The Hague, Netherlands Feb. 8 to 12.Mrs. Clinton noted that while President Bill Clinton could make the funding request, the U. S. Congress did not have to approve it. Last year, despite the administration's support for population funding, Congress blocked a contribution to the United Nations Population Fund with Republicans' objections centering on U.N. population work in China, where a o...
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