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April 16, 1993 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-04-16

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W EORE
OLWOIS
BUYING

Mr. Baum said the propos-
• ed deletions are "particular-
/ ly puzzling" because Vice
President Al Gore and State
Department counsel Tim
) Wirth co-sponsored the pro-
visions when they served in
the Senate.
The Bush administration
/- also called for the deletion of
the provisions, AJCongress
officials said, but Congress
• retained them last year.
Other sources, however,
said that the deletions would
not have much practical
- effect and did not represent a
change in policy, because the
provisions are already
written into law for the
Defense Department, at
least.
On the domestic side, refu-
gee assistance, which was
cut back this past year to
approximately $380 million,
was increased to approx-
imately $420 million for
1994. Some of that money
will go to federation agen-
cies around the country that
are involved in resettling
Jews from Russia and the
other former Soviet repub-
) lies.
Another program pro-
viding for emergency refu-
gee funding will remain con-
stant at around $49 million.
The emergency program can
be used to help refugees from
turbulent places like Bosnia-
Herzegovina.
The United States Holo-
caust Memorial Museum,
which will open later this
month, had its funding for
operations increased from
$11 million to $21 million.
Funding for the National
Endowment for the Arts and
the National Endowment for
the Humanities remained
almost constant, at approx-
imately $175 million each.
Jewish groups were also
pleased by increased funding
for the Head Start education
program and the Women, In-
fants and Children food pro-
gram. These increases had
been announced in
February, when Mr. Clinton
first presented some of his
economic priorities in his
State of the Union address.
A program providing
emergency food and shelter,
which is important to Jewish
federations across the coun-
try, saw its funding increas-
ed from $100 million in the
1993 budget to $123 million.
Other programs were cut
back in the 1994 budget,
such as programs for hous-
ing for the elderly.
One elderly housing pro-
gram was cut from approx-
) imately $809 million to $775
million, and another was cut
from about $21 million to $6
million.

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