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The Detroit Jewish News, 1982-05-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

He who expects much will disappointment seldom
be often disappointed; yet cures us of expectation.

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Friday, May 21, 1982 37

Jewish Groups Opposed to Constitutional Convention

WASHINGTON (JTA) —
Jewish organizations on the
national, state and local
level have been in the foref-
_ ront of the opposition to the
efforts to force Congress to
call a convention to amend
the United States Constitu-
tion.
Thirty one state legisla-
tures have adopted bills cal-
ling on Congress to set up a
convention to adopt a con-
stitutional amendment re-
quiring a balanced federal
budget. Only three more
states have to pass such a
bill to force Congress to act.
Earlier this year this was
thought to be a foregone
conclusion after Alaska be-
came the 31st state to adopt
the necessary legislation.
But now the drive seems
stalled, partly because of
the informational program
by Jewish groups and
others.

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The drive for a con-
stitutional convention
may be halted by the Re-
agan Administration's
decision to back a con-
stitutional amendment
requiring a balanced

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