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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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or dcv, June 16, 977 THE MICHIGAN DAiLY Page Nine

Daily Classif ieds

Byrd asks compromise
on -water projects bill

Continued from Page 8)
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WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen-
ate Majority Leader Robert
Byrd, admitting that Congress
could not override a veto on the
water projects bill, urged law-
makers yesterday to compro-
mise on the 17 projects that
President Carter wants to scrap.
Byrd, citing the House's nar-
row 218-194 vote Tuesday to keep
nearly $170 million for the proj-
ects is a major public works
appropriations bill, declared, "a
veto cannot be overriden."
"IT SEEMS to me the effort
ought to go forward to, work
out a compromise between the
executive and the Congress," he
said. Otherwise, he said, "we
would have to do our work all
over again" in the event of a
veto.
Carter has said he might veto
the $10.2 billion public works
appropriations bill if money is
left in the dams and canals he
feels are economically and en-
vironmentally unjustified.
As Byrd spoke, the Senate
subcommittee on . public works
appropriations grappled behind
closed doors with the bill, which
contains funds for 506 projects.
SEN. JOHN STENNIS, (b-
Miss., the committee chairman,
said when asked for his reaction
to the House vote, "I don't
react to anything, I'm just try-
ing to get a bill."
Stennis said at least one of
the waler projects was discuss-
ed, along with what he said
were "highly sensitive" nuclear
power issues.
The subcommittee invited
James Schlesinger, Carter's en-
ergy adviser, to sit in on its
closed-door meeting to discuss
the breeder reactor program.
Carter wants the program dis-
continued to check the spread
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can be used in bombs.
In an open meeting last Fri-
day, Sen. o James Sasser (D-
Tenn.) moved to recommend an
appropriation of $150 million for
the Clinch River Breeder Reac-
tor in Tennessee. Stennis ad-
journed that meeting without
putting Sasser's motion to a
Vote.
In a closed meeting last Wed-
nesday, Sen. Mark Hatfield (R-
Ore.) moved to delete funds for
production of the "enhanced ra-
diation" neutron warhead for
the short-range Lance missile.
Opponents say the warhead is
an antipersonnel weapon com-
parable to biological and chem-
ical weapons that the United
States has condemned. Its sup-

porters o'y it wouild confine kill-
ing to h ' t70tlefiekl and cause
little dertLtion elsewhere. No
actionl Swa, taken list week on
latfiel:o Hmotion.
Tuesdav's House vote was on
an aine dment to %the public
works bill to delete 16 of the 17
projects opposed by the Presi-
dent. Although the amendment
failed, the vote was far short
of the two-thirds majority need-
ed to override a veto.
Byrd was asked why Carter
would be willing to compromise
if, as it appeared, the vote
s-trengthened his position.
"I can't speak for him, but
over the long term it seems to
me there is room for compro-
mise," the West Virginia Demo-
crat said.

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