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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Friday, May 26, 1972

PaeTwle H ICIANDIL.rdaMa.6,17

Willow Run refuses to run: A
morass of legislative confusion

(Continued from Page 1)
wouldn't let the anti-research
protesters run them over. The
gutless wonders backed off."
However, Sen. Jack Faxon
(D-Detroit) defines the state role
differently. "I think it is dis-
honest ecause it is a subter-
fuge using state funds, and it's
immoral for -state funds to sup-
port war (research) activities."
A legislative "jam-up"' may
be the cause of the delay, ac-
cording to Glen Allen, an aide to-
the governor. He also felt that
the issue would not e dealt
with before the summer recess.
Yet, Sen. Gary Byker (R-Hud-
sonville), vice-chairman of the
Senate Appropriations Commit-
tee, which will handle the Wil-
low Run affair said, "They (the
University) haven't come up with
anything concrete."
The plan now being consider-
ed, however, would not actually
need legislative approval. Ac-
cording to Allen, the funds would
come from the state's pension
fund which is often used for in-
vestment purposes. However,
Allen said, "We would like to
have the legislature's approval
first."
President R o b b e n Fleming
however, says, "We can't wait
forever. We've given the state
every evidence of good faith in
our discussions. We haven't talk-
ed to any others sout arrange-
ments until we got a final wrd
from the state. But, we can't
wait much longer."
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President Fleming said, "There
shouldn't be any confusion.
We've had plenty of discussion."
Nevertheless, there is confu-
sion. Rep. Smit explained the
delay as "a budget hangup" in
the appropriations committee. In
addition, House Majority Leader
Marvin Stempien (D-Livonia)
said, "It is a matter of fitting
the request i n t o the total

budget." Neither, however, men-
tioned any loan.
The Regents in their resolu-
tions and statements have clear-
ly indicated that they want to
resolve the classified research
controversy by the end of the
year.
But for Willow Run Director
Brown, "Time is not the funda-
mental issue. We can wait."

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