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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-25

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Exceptional Senior Living
means an
exceptional lifestyle

are uninsured and underinsured."
Another issue of concern for him is
the quality of the Great Lakes, which
make up 20 percent of the world's
freshwater supply.
"The [Gov. John] Engler adminis-
tration has turned over our govern-
ment to the polluters. Our incredible
resource is going to be compromised,"
he said, adding that he would like to
see more initiatives for waste reduction
as well.
Sanford, Meisner's Republican
opponent in the race, said he entered
the race in the traditionally
Democratic area because he wanted to
stand up against those "who support
special rights for homosexuals, those
who support the abortion agenda,
those who oppose our right to keep
and bear arms. I could not allow them
to run unopposed."
Sanford's platform includes ideas to
reduce damage to roads by enforcing
truck-weight limits and increasing
expenditure on the National Guard to
aid in the enforcement of border
issues, implying that Canada's immi-
gration laws are too lax and allow a
potential portal for terrorists.
"I would go so far as to say that
[immigration laws] are a joke in
Canada," he said.
On education, Sanford is adamant
on protecting Proposal A, a law that
was approved by residents that, in
part, provides funding for education
but protects property taxes. He said
that per-pupil spending is too high as
it is.
"This was approved by the voters as
a property tax stop for seniors.
[Tinkering with the law] is absolute
nonsense," he said. ❑

`Lily's Crossing'
At Oak Park JCC

Tickets are available for the presenta-
tion of Lily's Crossing, the ArtsPower
National Touring Theatre's play based
on the Newberry Honor Book by
Patricia Reilly Giff.
Geared for families with children
ages 6 and up, the play will be per-
formed at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10, at
the Jewish Community Center in
Oak Park.
At 1:45 p.m., local entertainer
Elaine Serling will sing children's
songs.
Admission is $5 for JCC members
and $8 for non-members. The play is
sponsored by Target Stores.
For tickets and information, call
Andy Roisman, (248) 967-4030.

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